Quick Answer: Who was on the 2003 Syracuse basketball team?

Who was in the Final Four in 2003?

2003 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament

Season 2002–03
Champions Syracuse Orangemen (1st title, 3rd title game, 4th Final Four)
Runner-up Kansas Jayhawks (7th title game, 12th Final Four)
Semifinalists Marquette Golden Eagles (3rd Final Four) Texas Longhorns (3rd Final Four)
Winning coach Jim Boeheim (1st title)

Who did the Syracuse men’s basketball team beat to win the 2003 national championship?

In an upset of then-No. 24 Syracuse over then-No. 2 Pittsburgh, McNeil, a career 49.1% free throw shooter, hit two key free throws, and added a game-winning tip in a 67–65 upset.

What seed was Syracuse when they won?

The Syracuse Orange have made the NCAA tournament, this time as an 11-seed after a final week of the season that saw them defeat N.C. State, almost defeat Virginia, and watched many other bubble teams drop off to make room for ‘Cuse outside the First Four.

Who played in the 2005 national championship?

The 2005 Texas Longhorns football team represented the University of Texas at Austin during the 2005 NCAA Division I-A football season, winning the Big 12 Conference championship and the national championship.

2005 Texas Longhorns football team.

2005 Texas Longhorns football
Ranking
Coaches No. 1
AP No. 1
2005 record 13–0 (8–0 Big 12)
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Who played with Carmelo Anthony at Syracuse?

The team had just one senior, guard Kueth Duany. He was joined in the starting lineup by forwards Hakim Warrick (sophomore), Carmelo Anthony (freshman), center Craig Forth (sophomore), and guard Gerry McNamara (freshman).

Has Syracuse ever won a national championship?

Syracuse has had 2 undefeated seasons, 5 conference championships since 1991, and has produced a Heisman Trophy winner, over 60 first team All-Americans, 18 Academic All-Americans and over 240 NFL players.

Syracuse Orange football
Claimed national titles 1 (1959)
Conference titles 5 (1996, 1997, 1998, 2004, 2012)