In 2014 UConn won both the men's and women's NCAA Tournaments when Shabazz Napier and Breanna Stewart led their respective Huskies squads through the March Madness gauntlet and cut down the nets in victory.
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They were the first school to win both the men's and women's tournament in the same year since…UConn did it in 2004 behind the play of Emeka Okafor on the men's side and Diana Taurasi on the women's side.
UConn remains the only D1 school to produce the winner of the men's and women's tournaments in the same season. (Central Missouri State — now the University of Central Missouri — accomplished the feat in 1984 in D2 competition).
The Huskies won't make it a third time this season as the men's team failed to make the field, but 20 schools still have the opportunity to bring home both trophies.
Here are the 20 teams who have both their women's and men's programs represented in their respective tournament fields:
*represents teams in the field for play-in games