Head coach Rick Majerus and All-America point guard Andre Miller led Utah to the 1998 NCAA title game.
NCAA Tournament History
The 1943-44 Utes won the NCAA Championship, the first of two national titles in four seasons.
One of seven teams that reached the NCAA Sweet 16 in every decade from 1950-2010 (joining Indiana, Kentucky, Kansas, Louisville, North Carolina and Syracuse)
29 appearances rank top 30 in tournament history
Round of 32 – 22 times
Sweet 16 – 11 times
Elite Eight – 6 times
Final Four – 4 times
36 Conference Championships
5th most in NCAA Division I
All-American Keith Van Horn led Utah to three WAC titles in the mid-1990s.
Runnin' Ute Honors
1 Consensus National Player of the Year
2 National Players of the Year
7 Wooden Award top 10 finalists
2 NABC Big Man of the Year Award winners
1 Bob Cousy Award winner
1 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar winner
7 Academic All-America citations
37 NBA Draft picks
6 USA Basketball team members
Jakob Poeltl won the 2015-16 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Award as the nation’s best center.Delon Wright won the 2014-15 Bob Cousy Award as the nation’s best point guard.
12 NBA Draft First Round Picks All-time
Two No. 1 overall picks Andrew Bogut (2005) and Billy McGill (1962)
Eight Top 10 picks
Utah was the only school in the Pac-12 to have produced a first round NBA Draft pick three consecutive years from 2015-17.
10 NBA Draft Picks Since 1993
Delon Wright (No. 20 in 2015), Jakob Poeltl (No. 9 in 2016) and Kyle Kuzma (No. 27 in 2017) went in the first round in successive years.
Five lottery selections, all coming since 1997.
Three Consensus All-Americans Since 1995
Andrew Bogut – 2005
Andre Miller – 1999
Keith Van Horn – 1997
Andrew Bogut was the Consensus National Player of the Year in 2004-05.
Three Academic All-Americans Since 1995
Michael Doleac – 1998 (1st Team)
Drew Hansen – 1998 (3rd Team)
Hanno Möttölä – 1999 (2nd Team), 2000 (3rd Team)
Utah became the first Final Four team with two Academic All-Americans in its starting lineup in 1998 with Drew Hansen (left) and Michael Doleac (right). Hanno Möttölä (center) played off the bench in ’98 and earned Academic All-America honors the next two years.