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1970 NCAA College Division Men's Basketball Tournament

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Teams  32
Winning coach  Herb Magee (1st title)
Finals Site  Evansville, Indiana
Champions  Philadelphia Textile (1st title)
Runner-Up  Tennessee State (1st title game)
Semifinalists  UC Riverside(1st Final Four) Buffalo State(1st Final Four)

The 1970 NCAA College Division Men's Basketball Tournament involved 32 schools playing in a single-elimination tournament to determine the national champion of men's NCAA College Division college basketball as a culmination of the 1969-70 NCAA College Division men's basketball season. It was won by the Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science (then-known colloquially as "Philadelphia Textile" and currently known as Philadelphia University) and Tennessee State's Ted McClain was the Most Outstanding Player.

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American International College's tournament appearance was later vacated due to NCAA rules violations.

Regional participants

*tournament appearance vacated

Regionals

  • Third Place - Cheyney 94, Youngstown State 91
  • Third Place - Springfield 109, St. Anselm 103
  • Third Place -Boise State 63, Sacramento State 61
  • Third Place - Capital 83, Wayne State 80
  • Third Place - Hartwick 78, Stony Brook 70
  • Third Place - Old Dominion 93, Mount St. Mary's 90
  • Third Place - Bellarmine 114, Transylvania 72
  • Third Place - SW Missouri State 76, Cornell 65
  • *denotes each overtime played

    National Finals

  • Third Place - UC Riverside 94, Buffalo State 83
  • *denotes each overtime played

    References

    1970 NCAA College Division Men's Basketball Tournament Wikipedia


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