When was the last time UCLA won an NCAA Tournament?

UCLA Bruins is one of the oldest programs in college basketball history.

Mick Cronin’s Bruins are part of a program with a rich history, winning the most NCAA national tournament championships with 11, but it’s been a while since UCLA cut the net.

Now that the team is in the Sweet Round 16 for a second consecutive season after appearing in the 2021 Finals, let’s see when they last won it all.

UCLA may have won a record 11 titles, but the team hasn’t won them all since 1995 when it beat Arkansas, 89-78 in the National Championship.

The team reached three consecutive Finals between 2006 and 2008, but only made it to the 2006 National Championship match. In 2021, the team reached the Finals as the 11th seed. , but lost to Gonzaga in extra time.

WynnBET Sportsbook Currently, the Bruins are listed at +1200 to win as the 4th seed of the East Region. They are set to face North Carolina Tar Heels at Sweet 16. As of this writing, UCLA is the two-point favorite as the team awaits news about striker Jaime Jacquez, who was injured in the game against St. Mary’s on Saturday night.

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Cronin’s team is one of the most balanced in the country with point guard Tyger Campbell and sweet shooter Johnny Juzang. They have the majority of the 2021 Final Four back, and are ripe for another run, especially as the top two seeds in Baylor and Kentucky are eliminated in the first weekend.

UCLA ranks 12th in KenPom’s overall rating, 12th for adjusted offensive effectiveness and 14th for ball defense.

If the Bruins can beat UNC, they will face the winner in St. Peter’s and Purdue/Texas.

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