Mizzou’s history in the NCAA basketball tournament

by The Associated Press

This week Missouri will make its 26th appearance in the NCAA championship tournament. The Tigers have been there 25 other times under five different coaches, including 16 under Norm Stewart.

George Edwards

1944 – lost to Utah 45-35; beat Pepperdine 61-46.

Norm Stewart

1976 – beat Washington 69-67; beat Texas Tech 86-75; lost to Michigan 95-88.
1978 – lost to Utah 86-79, 2OT.
1980 – beat San Jose State 61-51; beat Notre Dame 87-84; lost to LSU 68-63.
1981 – lost to Lamar 71-67.
1982 – beat Marquette 73-69; lost to Houston 79-78.
1983 – lost to Iowa 77-63.
1986 – lost to UAB 66-64.
1987 – lost to Xavier, Ohio 70-69.
1988 – lost to Rhode Island 87-80.
1989 – beat Creighton 85-69; beat Texas 108-89; lost to Syracuse 83-80.
1990 – lost to Northern 74-71.
1992 – beat West Virginia 89-78; lost to Seton Hall 88-71.
1993 – lost to Temple 75-61.
1994 – beat Navy 76-53; beat Wisconsin 109-96; beat Syracuse 98-88, OT; lost to Arizona 92-72.
1995 – beat Indiana 65-60; lost to UCLA 75-74.
1999 – lost to New Mexico 61-59.

Quin Snyder

2000 – lost to North Carolina 84-70.
2001 – beat Georgia 70-68; lost to Duke 94-81.
2002 – beat Miami 93-80; beat Ohio State 83-67; beat UCLA 82-73; lost to Oklahoma 81-75.
2003 – beat Southern Illinois 72-71; lost to Marquette 101-92, OT.

Mike Anderson

2009 – beat Cornell 78-59; beat Marquette 83-79; beat Memphis 102-91; lost to Connecticut 82-75.
2010 – beat Clemson 86-78; lost to West Virginia 68-59.
2011 – lost to Cincinnati 78-63.

Frank Haith

2012 – lost to Norfolk State 86-84.

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