1975 NCAA Men's Division II Basketball Tournament

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1975 NCAA Men's Division II
Basketball Tournament
Teams 32
Finals Site Evansville, Indiana
Champions Old Dominion (1st title)
Runner-Up New Orleans (1st title game)
Semifinalists Assumption (3rd Final Four)
Tennessee State (4th Final Four)
Winning Coach Sonny Allen (Old Dominion (1st title))
Most Outstanding Player Wilson Washington Old Dominion
Attendance 12,909
NCAA Men's Division II Basketball Tournaments
«1974  1976»

The 1975 NCAA Men's Division II Basketball Tournament involved 32 schools playing in a single-elimination tournament to determine the national champion of men's NCAA Division II college basketball as a culmination of the 1974-5 NCAA Division II men's basketball season. It was won by Old Dominion University and Old Dominion's Wilson Washington was the Most Outstanding Player.

Regional participants[edit]

School Outcome
Assumption Regional Champion
Bentley Runner-up
Hartford Third Place
Sacred Heart Fourth Place
School Outcome
C. W. Post Runner-up
Gannon Regional Champion
Hartwick Fourth Place
Philadelphia U Third Place
School Outcome
Lincoln (MO) Runner-up
New Orleans Regional Champion
Southern Third Place
West Georgia Fourth Place
School Outcome
Puget Sound Runner-up
UC Davis Third Place
UC Irvine Fourth Place
UC Riverside Regional Champion
School Outcome
Augustana (SD) Third Place
Missouri-Rolla Fourth Place
Nebraska-Omaha Runner-up
North Dakota Regional Champion
School Outcome
Baltimore Third Place
Morgan State Fourth Place
Old Dominion Regional Champion
Randolph-Macon Runner-up
School Outcome
Alabama State Fourth Place
Armstrong Atlantic Third Place
Chattanooga Runner-up
Tennessee State Regional Champion
School Outcome
Akron Regional Champion
Eastern Illinois Third Place
St. Joseph's (IN) Runner-up
Youngstown State Fourth Place

*denotes tie

Regionals[edit]

Regional Semifinals Regional Final
           
Assumption 111
Sacred Heart 95
Assumption 87
Bentley 82
Bentley 99
Hartford 82
  • Third Place - Hartford 102, Sacred Heart 91
Regional Semifinals Regional Final
           
C. W. Post 72
Philadelphia U 68
C. W. Post 60
Gannon 67
Gannon 65*
Hartwick 64
  • Third Place - Philadelphia U 80, Hartwick 75
Regional Semifinals Regional Final
           
New Orleans 90
West Georgia 89
New Orleans 84
Lincoln 83
Lincoln (MO) 93
Southern 87
  • Third Place - Southern 103, West Georgia 98
Regional Semifinals Regional Final
           
UC Riverside 78
UC Davis 77
UC Riverside 59
Puget Sound 58
Puget Sound 76*
UC Irvine 74
  • Third Place - UC Davis 84, UC Irvine 70
Regional Semifinals Regional Final
           
North Dakota 72
Missouri-Rolla 61
North Dakota 84
Nebraska-Omaha 71
Nebraska-Omaha 69
Augustana (SD) 61
  • Third Place - Augustana 71, Missouri-Rolla 64
Regional Semifinals Regional Final
           
Old Dominion 95
Baltimore 72
Old Dominion 83
Randolph-Macon 76
Randolph-Macon 64
Morgan State 60
  • Third Place - Baltimore 77, Morgan State 76
Regional Semifinals Regional Final
           
Chattanooga 107
Alabama State 83
Chattanooga 81
Tennessee State 82
Tennessee State 63
Armstrong Atlantic 53
  • Third Place - Armstrong Atlantic 110, Alabama State 78
Regional Semifinals Regional Final
           
St. Joseph's (IN) 96
Youngstown State 78
St. Joseph's 52
Akron 58
Akron 76
Eastern Illinois 62
  • Third Place - Eastern Illinois 86, Youngstown State 80

*denotes each overtime played

National Finals[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                 
Assumption 81
Gannon 69
Assumption 73
New Orleans 84*
New Orleans 73
UC Riverside 59
New Orleans 74
Old Dominion 76
North Dakota 62
Old Dominion 78
Old Dominion 77
Tennessee State 60
Tennessee State 72
Akron 69
  • Third Place - Assumption 88, Tennessee State 80

*denotes each overtime played

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