2019

BellFusion March Madness Challenge

2019 Brackets (18th year):

Archives:

2018:

2018 Men's NCAA Bracket - Results
- 5 of 22 people picked the champion, Villanova.
- No one got all four Final Four teams correct.

2016:

2016 Men's NCAA Bracket - Results
- 2 of 23 people picked the champion, Villanova.
- No one got all four Final Four teams correct.

2014:

2014 Men's NCAA Bracket - Results
- 0 of 18 people picked the champion, Connecticut.
- No one got all four Final Four teams correct.

2013:

2013 Men's NCAA Bracket - Results
- 3 of 28 people picked the champion, Louisville (who had the championship taken away in 2018)
- No one got all four Final Four teams correct.

2012:

2012 Men's NCAA Bracket - Results
- 13 of 33 people picked the champion, Kentucky.
- No one got all four Final Four teams correct.

2011:

2011 Men's NCAA Bracket - Results
- 1 of 30 people picked the champion, Connecticut.
- No one got all four Final Four teams correct.

2010:

2010 Men's NCAA Bracket - Results
- 3 of 30 people picked the champion, Duke.
- No one got all four Final Four teams correct.

2009:

2009 Men's NCAA Bracket - Results
- 5 of 32 people picked the champion, North Carolina.
- No one got all four Final Four teams correct.

2008:

2008 Men's NCAA Bracket - Results
- 1 of 22 people (Pete Bell) picked the champion, Kansas.
- One person (Kev Monko) got all 4 Final Four teams correct (but did not win overall)

2007:

2007 Men's NCAA Bracket - Results
- 4 of 27 people picked the champion, Florida.
- No one got all 4 Final Four teams correct
2007 Women's NCAA Bracket - Results
- 1 of 12 people picked the champion, Rutgers, correctly
- No one got all of the Final Four correct

2006:

Men's NCAA Bracket
- 0 of 30 people picked the champion, Florida.
- No one got all 4 Final Four teams correct -- 2 people got 2 of the 4
Women's NCAA Bracket
- 6 of 17 people picked the champion, Maryland, correctly
- One person got all of the Final Four correct, Paul Siegmund (and he also picked the Championship teams and the Champion correctly)

2005:

Men's NCAA Bracket
- 6 of 30 people picked the champion, North Carolina.
- No one got all 4 Final Four teams correct -- 6 people got 3 of the 4
Women's NCAA Bracket
- 1 of 12 people picked the champion, Baylor, correctly
- One person got all of the Final Four correct, Brian Funk (he did not get either Championship team)

2004:

Men's NCAA Bracket Results
- 5 of 48 people picked the champion, Connecticut.
- One person picked all of the Final Four teams correctly -- and got the championship and winner correctly (Paul Siegmund)
Women's NCAA Bracket Results
- 5 of 22 people picked the champion, Connecticut, correctly
- No one got all of the Final Four teams correctly.

2003:

Men's NCAA Bracket Results
- No one of 34 people picked the champion, Syracuse.
- No one picked all the Final Four teams -- One person picked 3 of the 4 correctly.
Women's NCAA Bracket Results
- 5 of 17 people picked the champion, Connecticut, correctly
- One person got all of the Final Four teams correctly (and correctly predicted the championship and champion)
2002:
Men's NCAA Bracket Results
- 16 of 30 people picked the Champion, Maryland
- No one picked all of the Final Four teams, but 6 people picked 3 correct.
Women's NCAA Bracket Results
- 6 of 15 people picked the Champion, Connecticut
- 2 people picked all of the Final Four teams correctly.

2001:
Men's NCAA Bracket Results
- 1 of 18 people picked the Champion, Duke
- 2 people picked all of the Final Four teams correctly.
Women's NCAA Bracket Results
- 2 of 13 people picked the Champion, Notre Dame
- No one picked all of the Final Four teams correctly, but one person did pick 3 correctly.
- Bill & Kathy Noonan picked one of the regions perfectly -- never been done before or since in either the men's or women's bracket.

2000:
Men's NCAA Bracket Results
- 7 of 15 people picked the Champion, Michigan St.
- No one picked all of the Final Four teams correctly -- in fact, no one got more than one team correct (12 of 15 people got one team, and it was the same team, Michigan St.).

2018 Men's Bracket: Brian Funk

790 points points
Picked the championship game and winner correctly and picked three final four teams correctly.
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2016 Men's Bracket: Spencer Bell

1050 points points
Picked the championship game and winner correctly and picked two final four teams correctly.
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2014 Men's Bracket: Rodney Urand & Rick Bell

870 points points
Rodney got the runner-up correct, and Rick got three final four teams correct.
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2013 Men's Bracket: Steve Graziano

1050 points points
Got the champion and runner-up correct, and two final four teams.
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2012 Men's Bracket: Mike Crino

1270 points points
Got the champion correct, and three final four teams.
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2011 Men's Bracket: Andy Bell

870 points points
Got the champion correct, and one final four team.
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2010 Men's Bracket: Shawn McCoy

920 points points
Got the champion correct, and one final four team.
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2009 Men's Bracket: Pete Bell

1180 points
Got the champion correct, and two final four teams.
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2008 Men's Bracket: Pete Bell

1060 points
Got the champion correct, and only 2 final four teams.
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2007 Men's Bracket: Bob Smock

1190 points
Got the championship game correct, but not the winner.
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2007 Women's Bracket: Kev Monko

1100 Points
Picked the champion correctly.
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2006 Men's Bracket: Steve Johanson

1020 points
Got the championship game correct, but not the winner.
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2006 Women's Bracket: Paul Siegmund

1380 points
Picked the Final Four, Championship game, and Champion correctly.
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2005 Men's Bracket: William Rea

1130 points
Got the championship game correct, but not the winner.
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2005 Women's Bracket: Aaron Russell

1140 points
Only person to pick Baylor to win.
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2004 Men's Bracket: Paul Siegmund

1290 points
Picked all of the Final Four teams, the championship game and the champion correctly
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2004 Women's Bracket: Michael Crino

1290 points
Won by 10 points -- as close as you can be without tying.
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2003 Men's Bracket: Ann Rea

1130 points
Won for the second year in a row -- got 3 of the final four teams correctly.
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2003 Women's Bracket: Rick Bell

1430 points
Set the women's bracket points record (and highest score between men's and women's brackets) by picking all of the Final Four teams, the championship game and the champion correctly
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2002 Men's Bracket: Ann Rea

1260 points
Set the men's bracket points record by being one of the very few people in the U.S. to predict a Maryland vs. Indiana Championship
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2002 Women's Bracket: Bob Smock

1310 points
Set the women's bracket points record by picking all of the Final Four teams correctly (and predicted the champion, Connecticut, correctly)
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2001 Men's Bracket: Grant Martin

1250 points
Only person in the pool of 18 to pick #1 ranked Duke to win it all -- got three of the Final Four teams, picked the championship game, and champion correctly.
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2001 Women's Bracket: Bill & Kathy Noonan

1140 points
Picked 3 of the Final Four teams and picked the championship game correctly. Picked a perfect region -- only time anyone has accomplished this.
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2000 Men's Bracket: Andy Bell

850 points
Early round picks won it -- no one got more than one Final Four team (Michigan St. won)
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