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Kansas State's NCAA Tournament history

March Madness

POSTED March 21, 2013 11:45 p.m.

• NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY

KANSAS STATE (33-30)

JACK GARDNER
1948 — beat Wyoming 58-48; lost to Baylor 60-52; lost to Holy Cross 60-54.
1951 — beat Arizona 61-59; beat BYU 64-54; beat Oklahoma A&M 68-44; lost to Kentucky 68-58. NCAA runnerup.

TEX WINTER
1956 — lost to Oklahoma City 97-81; beat Houston 89-70.
1958 — beat Cincinnati 83-80, OT; beat Oklahoma State 69-57; lost to Seattle 73-51; lost to Temple 67-57. Final Four.
1959 — beat DePaul 102-70; lost to Cincinnati 85-75.
1961 — beat Houston 75-64; lost to Cincinnati 69-64.
1964 — beat Texas Western 64-60; beat Wichita State 94-86; lost to UCLA 90-84; lost to Michigan 100-90. Final Four.
1968 — lost to TCU 77-72; lost to Louisville 93-63.

COTTON FITZSIMMONS
1970 — lost to New Mexico State 70-66; beat Houston 107-98.

JACK HARTMAN
1972 — beat Texas 66-55; lost to Louisville 72-65.
1973 — beat Southwestern Louisiana 66-63; lost to Memphis State 92-72.
1975 — beat Pennsylvania 69-62; beat Boston College 74-65; lost to Syracuse 95-87, OT.
1977 — beat Providence 87-80; lost to Marquette 67-66.
1980 — beat Arkansas 71-53; lost to Louisville 71-69, OT.
1981 — beat San Francisco 64-60; beat Oregon State 50-48; beat Illinois 57-52; lost to North Carolina 82-68.
1982 — beat Northern Illinois 77-68; beat Arkansas 65-64; lost to Boston College 69-65.

LON KRUGER
1987 — beat Georgia 82-79, OT; lost to UNLV 80-61.
1988 — beat La Salle 66-53; beat DePaul 66-58; beat Purdue 73-70; lost to Kansas 71-58.
1989 — lost to Minnesota 86-75.
1990 — lost to Xavier 87-79.

DANA ALTMAN
1993 — lost to Tulane 55-53.

TOM ASBURY
1996 — lost to New Mexico 69-48.

BOB HUGGINS
2008 — beat Southern Cal 80-67; lost to Wisconsin 72-55.

FRANK MARTIN
2010 — beat North Texas 82-62; beat BYU 84-72; beat Xavier 101-96, 2OT; lost to Butler 63-56.
2011 — beat Utah State 73-68; lost to Wisconsin 70-65.
2012 — beat Southern Mississippi 70-64; lost to Syracuse 75-59.

      

                           — The Associated Press

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