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Teams 36 - Finals SiteEvansville, Indiana - ChampionsKentucky Wesleyan(2nd title) - Runner-UpIndiana State(1st title game) - SemifinalistsTrinity (TX)(1st Final Four)
Ashland(1st Final Four) - Winning CoachBob Daniels (Kentucky Wesleyan (1st title)) - Most Outstanding PlayerJerry NewsomIndiana State - Attendance 33,899 -
1968 NCAA Men's Division II
Basketball Tournament
NCAA Men's Division II Basketball Tournaments
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The 1968 NCAA Men's Division II Basketball Tournament involved 36 schools playing in a single-elimination tournament to determine the national champion of men's NCAA Division II college basketball as a culmination of the 1967-8 NCAA Division II men's basketball season. It was won by the Kentucky Wesleyan College and Indiana State's Jerry Newsom was the Most Outstanding Player. Uniquely, Indiana State has finished as the National Runner-up in the NAIA (1946 and 1948), the NCAA Division I (1979) and the NCAA Division II (1968).


1968 NCAA College Division Men's Basketball Tournament sections
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