|Dates 15 Mar 1984 – 2 Apr 1984|
Finals site Kingdome
|Champions Georgetown (1st title, 3rd title game,
3rd Final Four)|
Runner-up Houston (2nd title game, 5th Final Four)
Semifinalists Kentucky (9th Final Four) Virginia (2nd Final Four)
Winning coach John Thompson (1st title)
MOP Patrick Ewing Georgetown
Top scorer Roosevelt Chapman Dayton (105 points)
Champion Georgetown Hoyas Men's Basketball
Similar 1985 NCAA Division I, 1983 NCAA Division I, 1981 NCAA Men's Div, 1982 NCAA Division I, 1975 NCAA Men's Div
The 1984 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament involved 53 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of men's NCAA Division I college basketball. It began on March 13, 1984, and ended with the championship game on April 2 in Seattle, Washington. A total of 52 games were played. This was the last tournament in which some teams earned first round byes as the field expanded to 64 teams beginning in the 1985 tournament when each team played in the first round.
Georgetown University, coached by John Thompson, won the national title with an 84–75 victory in the final game over Houston, coached by Guy Lewis. Patrick Ewing of Georgetown was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. Thompson became the first African-American head coach to lead his team to any NCAA Division I title.
First and second rounds
* – Denotes overtime period