1975 NCAA Division II Basketball Tournament

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1975 NCAA Division II
Basketball Tournament
Teams 32
Finals Site Evansville, Indiana
Champions Old Dominion (1st title)
Runner-Up New Orleans (1st title game)
Winning coach Sonny Allen (1st title)
MOP Wilson Washington Old Dominion
Attendance 12,909
  • 1974 
  • NCAA Division II
    Basketball Tournament
  • 1976

The 1975 NCAA 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 1974–75 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


New England - Waltham, Massachusetts[edit]

Location: Dana Center

Regional Semifinals Regional Final
Assumption 111
Sacred Heart 95
Assumption 87
Bentley 82
Bentley 99
Hartford 82
  • Third Place - Hartford 102, Sacred Heart 91

East - Erie, Pennsylvania[edit]

Location: Hammermill Center

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

South Central - New Orleans, Louisiana[edit]

Location: Human Performance Center

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

West - Irvine, California[edit]

Location: Crawford Hall

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

North Central - Grand Forks, North Dakota[edit]

Location: Hyslop Sports Center

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

South Atlantic - Norfolk, Virginia[edit]

Location: Norfolk Scope

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

South - Chattanooga, Tennessee[edit]

Location: Maclellan Gymnasium

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

Great Lakes - Charleston, Illinois[edit]

Location: Lantz Arena

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 - Evansville, Indiana[edit]

Location: Roberts Municipal Stadium

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

All-tournament team[edit]

  • Paul Brennan (Assumption)
  • Joey Caruthers (Old Dominion)
  • John Grochowalski (Assumption)
  • Wilbur Holland (New Orleans)
  • Wilson Washington (Old Dominion)

See also[edit]