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NCAA Tournament Men

USA Basketball Well Represented in 2019 Men's NCAA Tournament

  • Date:
    Mar 18, 2019

No fewer than 30 teams that will compete in the 2019 Men's NCAA Tournament have athletes and/or coaches with USA Basketball ties. Who are they and how are they connected?

The complete list is below. Download the full listing (PDF) to find out who played on or coached for which USA Basketball team.

NCAA Schools Represented:

Arizona State
Auburn
Duke
Florida State
Georgia State
Gonzaga
Houston
Kansas
Kentucky
Liberty

Louisiana State
Louisville
Marquette
Maryland
Michigan
Michigan State
Mississippi State
Nevada
North Carolina
Oklahoma

Oregon
Purdue
St. John’s
Saint Louis
Saint Mary’s
Syracuse
Villanova
Virginia
Washington
Yale

Athletes

Tyus Battle (Syracuse)
Bol Bol (Oregon)
Marques Bolden (Duke)
Jordan Brown (Nevada)
Carsen Edwards (Purdue)
Carte’Are Gordon (St. Louis)
Quade Green (Kentucky)
Quentin Grimes (Kansas)
Tyler Herro (Kentucky)
Markus Howard (Marquette)
Keldon Johnson (Kentucky)

Tre Jones (Duke)
V.J. King (Louisville)
Louis King (Oregon)
Joshua Langford (Michigan State)
David McCormack (Kansas)
Jaylen Nowell (Washington)
Payton Pritchard (Oregon)
Immanuel Quickley (Kentucky)
Cameron Reddish (Duke)
Javonte Smart (LSU)

Cole Swider (Villanova)
Reid Travis (Kentucky)
M.J. Walker (Florida State)
P.J. Washington (Kentucky)
Coby White (North Carolina)
Austin Wiley (Auburn)
Zion Williamson (Duke)
Robert Woodard II (Mississippi State)
Seventh Woods (North Carolina)

Coaches

John Beilein (Michigan)
Randy Bennett (Saint Mary’s)
Tony Bennett (Virginia)
Jim Boeheim (Syracuse)
John Calipari (Kentucky)
Chris Carrawell (Duke)
Mark Few (Gonzaga)
Mike Hopkins (Washington)
Bobby Hurley (Arizona State)

Tom Izzo (Michigan State)
James Jones (Yale)
Lon Kruger (Oklahoma)
Mike Krzyzewski (Duke)
Ray McCallum (Georgia State)
Ritchie McKay (Liberty)
Gerry McNamara (Syracuse)
Chris Mullin (St. John’s)
Matt Painter (Purdue)

Mitch Richmond (St. John’s)
Kelvin Sampson (Houston)
Jon Scheyer (Duke)
Bill Self (Kansas)
Mark Turgeon (Maryland)
Roy Williams (North Carolina)
Steve Wojciechowski (Marquette)
Jay Wright (Villanova)

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