|Dates 17 Mar 1994 – 4 Apr 1994|
Finals site Charlotte Coliseum
|Champions Arkansas (1st title, 1st title game,
5th Final Four)|
Runner-up Duke (7th title game, 11th Final Four)
Semifinalists Arizona (2nd Final Four) Florida (1st Final Four)
Winning coach Nolan Richardson (1st title)
MOP Corliss Williamson Arkansas
Top scorer Khalid Reeves Arizona (137 points)
Champion Arkansas Razorbacks men's basketball
Similar 1995 NCAA Division I, 1997 NCAA Division I, 1992 NCAA Division I, 1996 NCAA Division I, 1999 NCAA Division I
The 1994 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament involved 64 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of men's NCAA Division I college basketball. It began on March 17, 1994, and ended with the championship game on April 4 in Charlotte, North Carolina, played at Charlotte Coliseum. A total of 63 games were played.
- First and Second rounds
- Final Four
- Broadcast information
- CBS announcers
- CBS Radio Sports announcers
- Local announcers
The Final Four consisted of Arkansas, making their fifth trip and first since 1990, Arizona, making their second ever trip and first since 1988, Florida, making their first ever trip, and Duke, making their sixth trip in the last seven tournaments.
In the national championship game, Arkansas defeated Duke by a score of 76–72 and won their first ever national championship.
Corliss Williamson of Arkansas was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player.
Bill Clinton, President of the United States and former governor of Arkansas, was in attendance for the Final Four, as well as the regionals that were held in Dallas the previous week. (Clinton was already scheduled to be in Dallas for the wedding of his brother Roger and added the basketball games to his plans.)
First and Second rounds
On television, CBS Sports covered all 63 games of the tournament, with regional splits until the Regional Finals followed by national telecasts.
Exclusive national radio coverage was provided by CBS Radio Sports.