Has Miami Ever Won a March Madness National Championship? (What Was Their Best Tournament Run?)
A rising powerhouse in the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Miami Hurricanes are no strangers to participating in March Madness. The school has enjoyed plenty of early success in the men's NCAA Tournament, but is still in search of a coveted deep run.
With the team still alive in the 2023 competition, many are wondering if capturing the national championship would be a first for Miami. Here's what you need to know about the Hurricane's March Madness history.
Has Miami Ever Won March Madness?
The Miami men's basketball team has never won March Madness. The Hurricanes are one of 12 teams left in the 2023 tournament that has yet to win a National Championship.
Has Miami Ever Made the Final Four?
The Hurricanes have never made the men's NCAA Tournament Final Four. The furthest Miami has ever reached in March Madness is the Elite 8 (2022).
How Many Times Has Miami Made the Elite 8?
Miami's men's basketball team made the Elite 8 during the 2022 NCAA Tournament, which remains the school's only appearance in the quarterfinal round. That squad entered March Madness as the No. 10 seed in the Midwest Region.
They defeated 7-seed USC, 2-seed Auburn and 11-seed Iowa State before falling to No. 1 Kansas, who went on to win the championship.
How Many Times Has Miami Made the Sweet 16?
Miami has made the Sweet 16 on five occasions, four of which have come within the last decade. The full list of years in which the Hurricanes reached the Sweet 16 is as follows; 2000, 2013, 2016, 2022 and 2023. As can be seen, this marks the first time Miami has ever made back-to-back Sweet 16's.
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