2023–24 Ncaa Division I Men's Basketball Season

The 2023–24 NCAA Division I men's basketball season began on November 6, 2023.

The regular season ended on March 17, 2024, with the 2024 NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament beginning with the First Four on March 19 and ending with the championship game at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on April 8.

Rule changes

On May 5, 2023, the NCAA Basketball Rules Committee proposed a suite of rule changes for the 2023–24 season. These changes were approved by the Playing Rules Oversight Panel during its June 8 conference call.

  • A defender near the basket must be in position to draw a charge before the offensive player plants his foot to jump during a field goal attempt. If the defender arrives after the shooter has planted his foot, the officials are to call a blocking foul if contact occurs.
  • Prerecorded or live video can be transmitted to the bench area during the game, on an optional basis. This had been an experimental rule since 2021–22, but is now permanent.
  • Officials will be able to review basket interference or goaltending calls during the next media timeout to ensure the call's accuracy, as long as they were made during play. Review is immediate if a foul is called on a shot that ended with basket interference or goaltending.
  • Non-student bench personnel will be allowed to serve as peacekeepers in any altercation.
  • If a coach requests a review of an out-of-bounds play in the last two minutes, that team will be charged a timeout if the challenge is unsuccessful.
  • The shot clock will reset to 20 seconds for all offensive rebounds when the original shot has touched the rim.
  • If a player is called for a foul, and replay officials see that the foul is the direct result of a flagrant foul against the player who was originally charged with the foul, officials can rescind the foul on the victim of the flagrant foul.
  • A timeout can be granted when a player has possession of the ball while airborne.
  • A player will be disqualified if he commits three flagrant 1 fouls in a game, regardless of his overall foul count.
  • Red and amber lights can now be placed on the backboard.
  • Schools will no longer have to apply for a waiver to allow players to use religious headwear that is safe for competition.
  • All jersey numbers from 0–99 will be allowed. Previously, player numbers could only include digits from 0 to 5.
  • Conferences will be allowed to continue using an experimental rule that allows for media timeouts to be taken at the first dead ball after the 17-, 14-, 11-, 8-, and 4-minute marks of the second half. This rule may also be used in the 2024 NIT, subject to approval by the NCAA's NIT board.
  • Also, subject to NIT board approval, the free-throw lane may be widened to 16 feet in the 2024 NIT.

Season headlines

Milestones and records

Conference membership changes

Nineteen schools joined new conferences, became independents, or dropped athletics.

School Former conference New conference
BYU WCC Big 12
Campbell Big South CAA
Charlotte CUSA American
Cincinnati American Big 12
Florida Atlantic CUSA American
Hartford Independent CCC (D-III)
Houston American Big 12
Jacksonville State ASUN CUSA
Le Moyne NE-10 (D-II) NEC
Liberty ASUN CUSA
New Mexico State WAC CUSA
North Texas CUSA American
Rice CUSA American
St. Francis Brooklyn NEC None (dropped athletics)
Sam Houston WAC CUSA
UAB CUSA American
UCF American Big 12
UTSA CUSA American
Western Illinois Summit OVC

The 2023–24 season was the last for 19 Division I schools in their then-current conferences and two Division II schools in their then-current conferences before reclassification to Division I. It was also Chicago State's last season as a Division I independent.

School 2023–24 conference Future conference
Arizona Pac-12 Big 12
Arizona State Pac-12 Big 12
California Pac-12 ACC
Chicago State Independent NEC
Colorado Pac-12 Big 12
Kennesaw State ASUN CUSA
Mercyhurst PSAC (D-II) NEC
Merrimack NEC MAAC
Oklahoma Big 12 SEC
Oregon Pac-12 Big Ten
Oregon State Pac-12 WCC
Sacred Heart NEC MAAC
SMU American ACC
Stanford Pac-12 ACC
Texas Big 12 SEC
UCLA Pac-12 Big Ten
USC Pac-12 Big Ten
Utah Pac-12 Big 12
UTRGV WAC Southland
Washington Pac-12 Big Ten
Washington State Pac-12 WCC
West Georgia Gulf South (D-II) ASUN

In addition to the above changes, the Indiana University and Purdue University systems will split IUPUI into separate IU- and Purdue-affiliated institutions at the end of the 2023–24 academic year, a move similar to the two systems' dissolution of their joint Fort Wayne campus in 2018. The IUPUI athletic program will be transferred to the new IU Indianapolis, maintaining IUPUI's memberships in Division I and the Horizon League.

Arenas

New arenas

  • Austin Peay left the on-campus Winfield Dunn Center for the new F&M Bank Arena in downtown Clarksville, Tennessee after 49 seasons. The new arena opened on July 15, 2023. The first basketball event in the new arena was a joint practice by the Peay men's and women's teams on October 26, 2023. This was followed by an 82–43 exhibition win against Tennessee Tech on November 1. The first official games were a men's and women's doubleheader on January 6, with the men defeating NAIA Life University 90–72 in the second game.
  • Baylor left the Ferrell Center for the new Foster Pavilion. The Bears defeated Cornell 98–79 in the arena opener on January 2, 2024.
  • Georgia Southern will leave the Hanner Fieldhouse for the new Jack and Ruth Ann Hill Convocation Center. The venue was scheduled to open in the early fall of 2023, but was delayed until the 2024–25 season. The team played its final game there on March 1 with a 92–75 win over Old Dominion.
  • Longwood left Willett Hall for the new Joan Perry Brock Center; the venue opened on August 25, 2023. The team played its first game there on November 11, 2023, with a 95–43 win against NCAA Division III St. Mary's of Maryland.
  • Vermont was originally slated to open the new Tarrant Event Center, the replacement for Patrick Gym, in 2021. However, the new arena has since been placed on indefinite hold. Construction was initially halted by COVID-19. With the Tarrant Center being part of a much larger upgrade of UVM's athletic and recreation facilities, UVM chose to prioritize a new student recreation center. Construction of the Tarrant Center is now being hampered by increased borrowing costs.

Arena of new D-I team

Le Moyne plays on campus on Ted Grant Court in the Le Moyne Events Center.

Arena name change

On January 18, the name of the Rothman Center, the home arena of Fairleigh Dickinson, was changed to the Bogota Savings Bank Center.

Season outlook

The Top 25 from the AP and USA Today Coaching Polls.

Pre-season polls

AP
Ranking Team
1 Kansas (46)
2 Duke (11)
3 Purdue (3)
4 Michigan State (1)
5 Marquette
6 UConn (2)
7 Houston
8 Creighton
9 Tennessee
10 Florida Atlantic
11 Gonzaga
12 Arizona
13 Miami (FL)
14 Arkansas
15 Texas A&M
16 Kentucky
17 San Diego State
18 Texas
19 North Carolina
20 Baylor
21 USC
22 Villanova
23 Saint Mary's
24 Alabama
25 Illinois
USA Today Coaches
Ranking Team
1 Kansas (23)
2 Purdue (5)
3 Duke (3)
4 Michigan State
5 UConn (1)
6 Houston
7 Marquette
8 Creighton
9 Florida Atlantic
10 Tennessee
11 Arizona
12 Gonzaga
13 Miami (FL)
14 Arkansas
15 San Diego State
16 Kentucky
17 Baylor
18 Texas
19 Texas A&M
20 Villanova
21 North Carolina
22 USC
23 Saint Mary's
24 Alabama
25 UCLA

Final polls

AP
Ranking Team
1 UConn (58)
2 Purdue
Alabama
Houston
5 Tennessee
6 Illinois
7 North Carolina
8 Iowa State
9 Duke
10 NC State
11 Arizona
12 Marquette
13 Creighton
14 Clemson
15 Gonzaga
16 Baylor
17 San Diego State
18 Auburn
19 Kansas
20 Kentucky
21 Saint Mary's
22 Utah State
23 Washington State
24 South Carolina
25 Dayton
USA Today Coaches
Ranking Team
1 UConn (31)
2 Purdue
3 Houston
4 Alabama
5 Tennessee
6 North Carolina
7 Illinois
8 Iowa State
9 Duke
10 Creighton
11 Marquette
12 Arizona
13 NC State
14 Baylor
15 Clemson
16 Gonzaga
17 Auburn
18 San Diego State
19 Kentucky
20 Utah State
21 Kansas
22 Saint Mary's
23 South Carolina
24 Washington State
25 Texas Tech

Top 10 matchups

Rankings reflect the AP poll Top 25.

Regular season

  • Nov. 22
    • No. 2 Purdue defeated No. 4 Marquette, 78–75 (Maui Invitational – Stan Sheriff Center, Honolulu, HI)
    • No. 1 Kansas defeated No. 7 Tennessee, 69–60 (Maui Invitational – Stan Sheriff Center, Honolulu, HI)
  • Jan. 13
    • No. 3 Kansas defeated No. 9 Oklahoma, 78–66 (Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence, KS)

Postseason

  • March 28
  • March 30
    • No. 1 UConn defeated No. 10 Illinois, 77–52 (Elite Eight, TD Garden, Boston, MA)

Regular season

Early season tournaments

Names Dates Location Teams Champion Runner-up 3rd-place winner
Asheville Championship November 10–12 Harrah's Cherokee Center
(Asheville, NC)
4 Clemson Davidson UAB
Legends Classic November 16–17 Barclays Center
(Brooklyn, NY)
4 Auburn St. Bonaventure Notre Dame
Charleston Classic November 16–19 TD Arena
(Charleston, SC)
8 Houston Dayton St. John’s
Myrtle Beach Invitational November 16–19 HTC Center
(Conway, SC)
8 Liberty Vermont Wichita State
Bahamas Championship November 17–19 Baha Mar Convention Center
(Nassau, Bahamas)
4 Miami (FL) Kansas State Providence
Continental Tire Main Event November 17–19 T-Mobile Arena
(Las Vegas, NV)
4 San Diego State Washington Xavier
Paradise Jam Tournament November 17–20 Sports and Fitness Center
(Saint Thomas, VI)
8 Missouri State Abilene Christian Kent State
Hall of Fame Tip Off November 18 & 19 Mohegan Sun Arena
(Uncasville, CT)
4 Mississippi State Northwestern Washington State
Empire Classic November 19 & 20 Barclays Center
(Brooklyn, NY)
4 UConn Texas Indiana
Jacksonville Classic November 19 & 20 Flagler Gymnasium
(St. Augustine, FL)
8 UCF (Coast)
Cornell (Bay)
Charlotte (Coast)
Utah Valley (Bay)
George Mason (Coast)
Cal State Fullerton (Bay)
Cayman Islands Classic November 19–21 John Gray Gymnasium
(George Town, Grand Cayman, CYM)
8 Utah State Stephen F. Austin Drake
Sunshine Slam November 20 & 21 Ocean Center
(Daytona Beach, FL)
8 Florida State (Beach)
Stetson (Ocean)
Colorado (Beach)
Central Michigan (Ocean)
Richmond (Beach)
Milwaukee (Ocean)
Fort Myers Tip-Off November 20–22 Suncoast Credit Union Arena
(Fort Myers, FL)
8 Wisconsin SMU Virginia
Gulf Coast Showcase November 20–22 Hertz Arena
(Estero, FL)
8 Hofstra High Point Wright State
Maui Invitational November 20–22 Stan Sheriff Center
(Honolulu, HI)
8 Purdue Marquette Kansas
SoCal Challenge November 20–22 The Pavilion at JSerra
(San Juan Capistrano, CA)
8 Tarleton State (Sand)
Bradley (Surf)
Cal State Bakersfield (Sand)
UTEP (Surf)
Austin Peay (Sand)
Tulane (Surf)
Cancún Challenge November 21 & 22 Hard Rock Hotel – Riviera Maya
(Cancún, MX)
8 James Madison (Riviera)
Radford (Mayan)
Fresno State (Riviera)
Northern Colorado (Mayan)
Southern Illinois (Riviera)
Chicago State (Mayan)
Acrisure Classic November 19–23 Acrisure Arena
(Palm Springs, CA)
4 Arizona Michigan State UT Arlington
Hall of Fame Classic November 22 & 23 T-Mobile Center
(Kansas City, MO)
4 Colorado State Creighton Loyola Chicago
Arizona Tip-Off November 17–24 Desert Diamond Arena
(Phoenix, AZ)
8 Purdue Fort Wayne (Desert)
South Carolina (Cactus)
South Dakota (Desert)
Grand Canyon (Cactus)
Northern Arizona (Desert)
San Francisco (Cactus)
Battle 4 Atlantis November 22–24 Imperial Arena
(Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas)
8 Villanova Memphis North Carolina
NIT Season Tip-Off November 22 & 24 Barclays Center
(Brooklyn, NY)
4 Baylor Florida Pittsburgh
Rady Children's Invitational November 23 & 24 LionTree Arena
(San Diego, CA)
4 Oklahoma USC Iowa
Vegas Showdown November 23 & 24 Michelob Ultra Arena
(Paradise, NV)
4 BYU NC State Arizona State
ESPN Events Invitational November 23, 24, & 26 State Farm Field House
(Lake Buena Vista, FL)
8 Florida Atlantic Virginia Tech Texas A&M
Emerald Coast Classic November 24 & 25 The Arena at NFSC
(Niceville, FL)
4 Ohio State
Western Michigan
Santa Clara
Mercer
Alabama
Tennessee State
Acrisure Invitational November 24 & 25 Acrisure Arena
(Palm Springs, CA)
4 Hawaii San Diego Arkansas State
Nassau Championship November 24–26 Baha Mar Convention Center
(Nassau, Bahamas)
8 UNC Greensboro UIC George Washington
Big 5 Classic November 7 – December 2 Wells Fargo Center (final rounds)
(Philadelphia, PA)
6 Saint Joseph's Temple La Salle
Sun Bowl Invitational December 20 & 21 Don Haskins Center
(El Paso, TX)
4 UTEP Wyoming Norfolk State
Diamond Head Classic December 21–24 Stan Sheriff Center
(Honolulu, HI)
8 Nevada Georgia Tech TCU

Head-to-head conference challenges

Conference Match Up Dates Conference Winner Conference Loser Record
MAC–SBC Challenge November 8–12; February 10–11 Sun Belt MAC 15–9
Gavitt Tipoff Games (Big East–Big Ten) November 13–17 Tied 4–4
ACC–SEC Challenge November 28–29 Tied 7–7
Big East–Big 12 Battle November 30 – December 6 Big 12 Big East 7–4
Pac−12/SWAC Legacy Series November 10 – December 19 Pac-12 SWAC 6–0
Big Sky–Summit Challenge January 3–6 Big Sky Summit 11–7

Upsets

An upset is a victory by an underdog team. In the context of NCAA Division I men's basketball, this generally constitutes an unranked team defeating a team currently ranked in the top 25. This list will highlight those upsets of ranked teams by unranked teams as well as upsets of No. 1 teams. Rankings are from the AP poll. Bold type indicates winning teams in "true road games"—i.e., those played on an opponent's home court (including secondary homes). Italics type indicates winning teams in an early season tournament (or event). Early season tournaments are tournaments played in the early season. Events are the tournaments with the same teams in it every year (even rivalry games).

Winner Score Loser Date Tournament/event Notes
James Madison 79–76OT No. 4 Michigan State November 6, 2023 Michigan State was the first AP preseason top-5 team to lose its home opener to an unranked team since Kentucky lost to Western Kentucky in 2001. In an aside, JMU assistant Matt Bucklin is the nephew of MSU head coach Tom Izzo.
BYU 74–65 No. 17 San Diego State November 10, 2023
Weber State 61–57 No. 23 Saint Mary's November 12, 2023
Penn 76–72 No. 21 Villanova November 13, 2023 Big 5 Classic
UC Irvine 70–60 No. 16 USC November 14, 2023 Irvine's win over USC made it their second consecutive year with an upset over a ranked Pac-12 team, having beat the Oregon Ducks in the previous season.
UNC Greensboro 78–72 No. 14 Arkansas November 17, 2023 UNCG's win over Arkansas is the first over an SEC opponent in program history.
Bryant 61–52 No. 10 Florida Atlantic November 18, 2023 Bryant's win over Florida Atlantic is the first over a ranked opponent in program history.
Wisconsin 65–41 No. 24 Virginia November 20, 2023 Fort Myers Tip-Off
Florida State 77–71OT No. 18 Colorado November 21, 2023 Sunshine Slam
No. 4 Marquette 73–59 No. 1 Kansas Maui Invitational
Villanova 83–81OT No. 14 North Carolina November 23, 2023 Battle 4 Atlantis
Colorado State 69–48 No. 8 Creighton Hall of Fame Classic
Memphis 84–79 No. 20 Arkansas Battle 4 Atlantis
Oklahoma 72–70 No. 23 USC November 24, 2023 Rady Children's Invitational
Ohio State 92–81 No. 17 Alabama Emerald Coast Classic
Georgia Tech 67–59 No. 21 Mississippi State November 28, 2023 ACC–SEC Challenge
Clemson 85–77 No. 23 Alabama
Saint Joseph's 78–65 No. 18 Villanova November 29, 2023 Big 5 Classic
Virginia 59–47 No. 14 Texas A&M ACC–SEC Challenge
Arkansas 80–75 No. 7 Duke
Northwestern 92–88 No. 1 Purdue December 1, 2023
Wisconsin 75–64 No. 3 Marquette December 2, 2023 Rivalry
Drexel 57–55 No. 18 Villanova Big 5 Classic
Georgia Tech 72–68 No. 7 Duke
UNC Wilmington 80–73 No. 12 Kentucky This was UNCW's first-ever win over a ranked team on the road. It was also Seahawks head coach Takayo Siddle's second win over a ranked Kentucky team at Rupp Arena; in 2007, he played in Gardner–Webb's early-season upset of the Wildcats.
Southern 60–59 No. 21 Mississippi State December 3, 2023
Grand Canyon 79–73 No. 25 San Diego State December 5, 2023 This was Grand Canyon's first win over a ranked opponent in school history.
Saint Mary's 64–61 No. 13 Colorado State December 9, 2023
Utah 73–69 No. 14 BYU Rivalry
Washington 78–73 No. 7 Gonzaga Rivalry
Colorado 90–63 No. 15 Miami (FL) December 10, 2023 NABC Brooklyn Showcase
Memphis 81–75 No. 21 Texas A&M
Chicago State 75–73 No. 25 Northwestern December 13, 2023 This was Chicago State's first win over a ranked opponent in school history.
UNLV 79–64 No. 8 Creighton Jack Jones Classic
Michigan State 88–64 No. 6 Baylor December 16, 2023 Motor City Invitational
Memphis 79–77 No. 13 Clemson
No. 3 Purdue 92–84 No. 1 Arizona Indy Classic
Providence 72–57 No. 6 Marquette December 19, 2023
Seton Hall 75–60 No. 5 UConn December 20, 2023
Villanova 68–66OT No. 12 Creighton
San Diego State 84–74 No. 13 Gonzaga December 29, 2023
Florida Gulf Coast 72–68 No. 7 Florida Atlantic December 30, 2023
Stanford 100–82 No. 4 Arizona December 31, 2023
Seton Hall 61–57 No. 23 Providence January 3, 2024
Miami (FL) 95–82 No. 16 Clemson
Seton Hall 78–75 No. 7 Marquette January 6, 2024 Seton Hall’s 2nd upset in three days and 3rd upset of the season.
Creighton 69–60 No. 23 Providence
Southern Miss 81–71 No. 19 James Madison
Charlotte 70–68 No. 17 Florida Atlantic Charlotte's first win over a ranked team since 2013.
Texas Tech 78–67 No. 20 Texas
Utah State 77–72 No. 13 Colorado State
Cincinnati 71–60 No. 12 BYU
Iowa State 57–53 No. 2 Houston January 9, 2024 Iowa State’s seventh win vs the AP top ten over the past two seasons, which is the most in D1.
Boise State 65–58 No. 17 Colorado State
Nebraska 88–72 No. 1 Purdue With Purdue’s loss it is only the eighth time No. 1 & No. 2 lost on the same night in AP poll history. Also, it is Nebraska's first win over a No. 1 team since 1982.
Virginia Tech 87–72 No. 21 Clemson January 10, 2024
Mississippi State 77–72 No. 5 Tennessee First win vs an AP top ten team since December 28, 2002.
UCF 65–60 No. 3 Kansas
Butler 69–62 No. 11 Marquette
TCU 80–71 No. 9 Oklahoma
Santa Clara 77–76 No. 23 Gonzaga January 11, 2024 This is Santa Clara’s first win over Gonzaga in 13 years which total 26 games.
New Mexico 88–70 No. 19 San Diego State January 13, 2024
Texas A&M 97–92OT No. 6 Kentucky 5th unranked team to defeat a top six AP ranked team during the week.
Washington State 73–70 No. 8 Arizona
West Virginia 76–73 No. 25 Texas
TCU 68–67 No. 2 Houston
Maryland 76–67 No. 10 Illinois January 14, 2024
Cincinnati 81–77OT No. 19 TCU January 16, 2024
Kansas State 68–64OT No. 9 Baylor
Penn State 87–83 No. 11 Wisconsin
New Mexico 99–86 No. 16 Utah State Second consecutive win against a ranked AP opponent.
LSU 89–80 No. 22 Ole Miss January 17, 2024
South Florida 74–73 No. 10 Memphis January 18, 2024
Texas 75–73 No. 9 Baylor January 20, 2024
West Virginia 91–85 No. 3 Kansas
Pittsburgh 80–76 No. 7 Duke Pittsburgh's first win at Cameron Indoor Stadium since 1979.
Tulane 81–79 No. 10 Memphis January 21, 2024 Tulane's first win over a top-10 opponent since 1983.
South Carolina 79–62 No. 6 Kentucky January 23, 2024
Texas 75–60 No. 11 Oklahoma
Alabama 79–75 No. 8 Auburn January 24, 2024 Rivalry
Northwestern 96–91OT No. 10 Illinois Rivalry
Nevada 77–64 No. 24 Colorado State
Oregon State 83–80 No. 9 Arizona January 25, 2024
Mississippi State 64–58 No. 8 Auburn January 27, 2024
Wyoming 79–76OT No. 24 Colorado State Rivalry
TCU 105–1023OT No. 15 Baylor
Richmond 69–64 No. 16 Dayton
UAB 97–88 No. 19 Memphis January 28, 2024 Rivalry
South Carolina 63–59 No. 5 Tennessee January 30, 2024
Georgia Tech 74–73 No. 3 North Carolina
Florida 94–91OT No. 10 Kentucky January 31, 2024 Rivalry
Boise State 86–78 No. 19 New Mexico
Nebraska 80–72OT No. 6 Wisconsin February 1, 2024
Butler 99–98 No. 13 Creighton February 2, 2024
Texas 77–66 No. 25 TCU February 3, 2024
San Diego State 81–67 No. 17 Utah State
UCF 74–63 No. 23 Oklahoma
Cincinnati 75–72 No. 15 Texas Tech
Kansas State 75–70OT No. 4 Kansas February 5, 2024 Sunflower Showdown
Clemson 80–76 No. 3 North Carolina February 6, 2024 Only Clemson’s second win at the Dean Smith Center all time.
Oklahoma 82–66 No. 21 BYU
Nevada 77–63 No. 22 Utah State
Michigan 72–68 No. 11 Wisconsin February 7, 2024
Providence 91–87OT No. 19 Creighton
UAB 76–73OT No. 20 Florida Atlantic February 8, 2024
VCU 49–47 No. 18 Dayton February 9, 2024
Nevada 70–66OT No. 24 San Diego State
Rutgers 78–56 No. 11 Wisconsin February 10, 2024
Michigan State 88–80 No. 10 Illinois
Florida 81–65 No. 12 Auburn
Gonzaga 89–85 No. 17 Kentucky This was Kentucky's third straight home loss—a first during the Wildcats' tenure at Rupp Arena (1976–present), and the first time for the program since 1966–67, when the Wildcats played at Memorial Coliseum.
UNLV 80–77 No. 25 New Mexico
Texas A&M 85–69 No. 6 Tennessee
Texas Tech 79–50 No. 6 Kansas February 12, 2024
Pittsburgh 74–63 No. 21 Virginia February 13, 2024
Illinois State 80–67 No. 23 Indiana State
Syracuse 86–79 No. 7 North Carolina First win against an AP Top 10 team since January 14, 2019
Oklahoma State 93–83 No. 19 BYU February 17, 2024
Iowa 88–86OT No. 20 Wisconsin
LSU 64–63 No. 11 South Carolina
Southern Illinois 74–69 No. 23 Indiana State
South Florida 90–86 No. 24 Florida Atlantic February 18, 2024
Ohio State 73–69 No. 2 Purdue
No. 15 Creighton 85–66 No. 1 UConn February 20, 2024 Creighton’s first win in program history against the AP No. 1 team. They were 0–6 entering the game.
Utah State 68–63 No. 19 San Diego State
Penn State 90–89 No. 12 Illinois February 21, 2024 First win at Rec Hall since 2015
George Mason 71–67 No. 16 Dayton
LSU 75–74 No. 17 Kentucky
New Mexico 68–66 No. 22 Colorado State
Wake Forest 83–79 No. 8 Duke February 24, 2024 Tobacco Road
Kansas State 84–74 No. 25 BYU
UCF 75–61 No. 23 Texas Tech
Arizona State 73–61 No. 21 Washington State
UNLV 66–60 No. 22 Colorado State
St. John's 80–66 No. 15 Creighton February 25, 2024
BYU 76–68 No. 7 Kansas February 27, 2024 This was BYU’s first game and win ever in Allen Fieldhouse. It also snapped the Jayhawks 67-game winning streak at home against unranked teams.
Loyola Chicago 77–72 No. 21 Dayton March 1, 2024 First win over a ranked opponent at home since 1986
Florida 105–87 No. 16 Alabama March 5, 2024
UNLV 62–58 No. 21 San Diego State
Washington 74–68 No. 18 Washington State March 7, 2024 Rivalry
Boise State 79–77 No. 21 San Diego State March 8, 2024
Kansas State 65–58 No. 6 Iowa State March 9, 2024
Tulsa 76–70 No. 24 South Florida
Texas Tech 78–68 No. 11 Baylor
USC 78–65 No. 5 Arizona
Cincinnati 72–52 No. 16 Kansas March 13, 2024 Big 12 Tournament
NC State 74–69 No. 11 Duke March 14, 2024 ACC Tournament
Providence 78–73 No. 8 Creighton Big East Tournament
Duquesne 65–57 No. 24 Dayton Atlantic 10 Tournament
Colorado State 85–78 No. 23 Nevada Mountain West Tournament
Mississippi State 73–56 No. 5 Tennessee March 15, 2024 SEC Tournament
Texas A&M 97–87 No. 9 Kentucky
Oregon 67–59 No. 6 Arizona Pac-12 Tournament
San Diego State 86–70 No. 18 Utah State Mountain West Tournament
Florida 102–88 No. 19 Alabama SEC Tournament
Colorado 58–52 No. 22 Washington State Pac-12 Tournament
Wisconsin 76–75 No. 3 Purdue March 16, 2024 Big Ten Tournament
No. 7 Iowa State 69–41 No. 1 Houston Big 12 Tournament
NC State 84–76 No. 4 North Carolina ACC Tournament/Rivalry

In addition to the above listed upsets in which an unranked team defeated a ranked team, there have been five non-Division I teams that defeated a Division I team so far this season. Bold type indicates winning teams in "true road games"—i.e., those played on an opponent's home court (including secondary homes).

Winner Score Loser Date
Clark Atlanta (Division II) 71–64 Mercer November 6, 2023
Mobile (NAIA) 83–74 South Alabama November 6, 2023
Albany State (Division II) 92–852OT Florida A&M November 29, 2023
Rocky Mountain (NAIA) 70–62 Montana State November 30, 2023
Anderson (SC) (Division II) 79–74 Furman December 30, 2023

Conference winners and tournaments

Each of the 32 Division I athletic conferences ended its regular season with a single-elimination tournament. The team with the best regular-season record in each conference receives the number one seed in each tournament, with tiebreakers used as needed in the case of ties for the top seeding. Unless otherwise noted, the winners of these tournaments received automatic invitations to the 2024 NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament.

Conference Regular
season first place
Conference
player of the year
Conference
coach of the year
Conference
tournament
Tournament
venue (city)
Tournament
winner
America East Conference Vermont Clarence Daniels, New Hampshire John Becker, Vermont 2024 America East men's basketball tournament Campus sites Vermont
American Athletic Conference South Florida Johnell Davis, Florida Atlantic
& Chris Youngblood, South Florida
Amir Abdur-Rahim, South Florida 2024 American Athletic Conference men's basketball tournament Dickies Arena
(Fort Worth, TX)
UAB
Atlantic Sun Conference Eastern Kentucky Isaiah Cozart, Eastern Kentucky A. W. Hamilton, Eastern Kentucky 2024 Atlantic Sun men's basketball tournament Campus sites Stetson
Atlantic 10 Conference Loyola Chicago &
Richmond
DaRon Holmes II, Dayton
& Jordan King, Richmond
Chris Mooney, Richmond 2024 Atlantic 10 men's basketball tournament Barclays Center
(Brooklyn, NY)
Duquesne
Atlantic Coast Conference North Carolina R. J. Davis, North Carolina Hubert Davis, North Carolina 2024 ACC men's basketball tournament Capital One Arena
(Washington, DC)
NC State
Big 12 Conference Houston Jamal Shead, Houston Kelvin Sampson, Houston 2024 Big 12 men's basketball tournament T-Mobile Center
(Kansas City, MO)
Iowa State
Big East Conference UConn Devin Carter, Providence Dan Hurley, UConn 2024 Big East men's basketball tournament Madison Square Garden
(New York, NY)
UConn
Big Sky Conference Eastern Washington Dillon Jones, Weber State David Riley, Eastern Washington & Steve Smiley, Northern Colorado 2024 Big Sky Conference men's basketball tournament Idaho Central Arena
(Boise, ID)
Montana State
Big South Conference High Point Drew Pember, UNC Asheville Alan Huss, High Point 2024 Big South Conference men's basketball tournament Qubein Center
(High Point, NC)
Longwood
Big Ten Conference Purdue Zach Edey, Purdue Fred Hoiberg, Nebraska & Matt Painter, Purdue 2024 Big Ten men's basketball tournament Target Center
(Minneapolis, MN)
Illinois
Big West Conference UC Irvine Elijah Pepper, UC Davis Eric Olen, UC San Diego 2024 Big West Conference men's basketball tournament Dollar Loan Center
(Henderson, NV)
Long Beach State
Coastal Athletic Association Charleston Tyler Thomas, Hofstra Pat Kelsey, Charleston 2024 CAA men's basketball tournament Entertainment and Sports Arena
(Washington, DC)
Charleston
Conference USA Sam Houston Isaiah Crawford, Louisiana Tech Chris Mudge, Sam Houston 2024 Conference USA men's basketball tournament Propst Arena
(Huntsville, AL)
Western Kentucky
Horizon League Oakland Trey Townsend, Oakland Sundance Wicks, Green Bay 2024 Horizon League men's basketball tournament Quarterfinals: Campus sites
Semifinals and final:
Indiana Farmers Coliseum (Indianapolis, IN)
Oakland
Ivy League Princeton Caden Pierce, Princeton Mitch Henderson, Princeton 2024 Ivy League men's basketball tournament Levien Gymnasium
(New York, NY)
Yale
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Quinnipiac Matt Balanc, Quinnipiac Tom Pecora, Quinnipiac 2024 MAAC men's basketball tournament Boardwalk Hall
(Atlantic City, NJ)
Saint Peter's
Mid-American Conference Toledo Enrique Freeman, Akron Tony Barbee, Central Michigan 2024 Mid-American Conference men's basketball tournament Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
(Cleveland, OH)
Akron
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Norfolk State Jamarii Thomas, Norfolk State Robert Jones, Norfolk State 2024 MEAC men's basketball tournament Norfolk Scope
(Norfolk, VA)
Howard
Missouri Valley Conference Indiana State Tucker DeVries, Drake Josh Schertz, Indiana State 2024 Missouri Valley Conference men's basketball tournament Enterprise Center
(St. Louis, MO)
Drake
Mountain West Conference Utah State Great Osobor, Utah State Danny Sprinkle, Utah State 2024 Mountain West Conference men's basketball tournament Thomas and Mack Center
(Paradise, NV)
New Mexico
Northeast Conference Central Connecticut
& Merrimack
Jordan Derkack, Merrimack Patrick Sellers, Central Connecticut 2024 Northeast Conference men's basketball tournament Campus sites Wagner
Ohio Valley Conference Little Rock &
Morehead State &
UT Martin
Riley Minix, Morehead State Darrell Walker, Little Rock 2024 Ohio Valley Conference men's basketball tournament Ford Center
(Evansville, IN)
Morehead State
Pac-12 Conference Arizona Caleb Love, Arizona Kyle Smith, Washington State 2024 Pac-12 Conference men's basketball tournament T-Mobile Arena
(Paradise, NV)
Oregon
Patriot League Colgate Braeden Smith, Colgate Matt Langel, Colgate 2024 Patriot League men's basketball tournament Campus sites Colgate
Southeastern Conference Tennessee Dalton Knecht, Tennessee Lamont Paris, South Carolina 2024 SEC men's basketball tournament Bridgestone Arena
(Nashville, TN)
Auburn
Southern Conference Samford Vonterius Woolbright, Western Carolina Bucky McMillan, Samford 2024 Southern Conference men's basketball tournament Harrah's Cherokee Center
(Asheville, NC)
Samford
Southland Conference McNeese Shahada Wells, McNeese Will Wade, McNeese 2024 Southland Conference men's basketball tournament The Legacy Center
(Lake Charles, LA)
McNeese
Southwestern Athletic Conference Grambling State Ken Evans Jr., Jackson State Donte Jackson, Grambling State 2024 SWAC men's basketball tournament Bartow Arena
(Birmingham, AL)
Grambling State
Summit League South Dakota State Zeke Mayo, South Dakota State Marvin Menzies, Kansas City 2024 Summit League men's basketball tournament Denny Sanford Premier Center
(Sioux Falls, SD)
South Dakota State
Sun Belt Conference Appalachian State Terrence Edwards Jr., James Madison Dustin Kerns, Appalachian State 2024 Sun Belt Conference men's basketball tournament Pensacola Bay Center
(Pensacola, FL)
James Madison
West Coast Conference Saint Mary's Augustas Marčiulionis, Saint Mary's Randy Bennett, Saint Mary's 2024 West Coast Conference men's basketball tournament Orleans Arena
(Paradise, NV)
Saint Mary's
Western Athletic Conference Grand Canyon Tyon Grant-Foster, Grand Canyon Joseph Jones, Tarleton State 2024 WAC men's basketball tournament Grand Canyon

Postseason tournaments

The NCAA Tournament tipped off on March 19, 2024 with the First Four in Dayton, Ohio, and will conclude on April 8 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. A total of 68 teams entered the tournament. Thirty-two of the teams earned automatic bids by winning their conference tournaments. The remaining 36 teams were granted "at-large" bids, which are extended by the NCAA Selection Committee.

Final Four – State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona

National Semifinals
Final Four
Saturday, April 6
National Championship Game
Monday, April 8
      
E1 UConn 86
W4 Alabama 72
E1 UConn 75
MW1 Purdue 60
S11 NC State 50
MW1 Purdue 63

Tournament upsets

Per the NCAA, an upset occurs "when the losing team in an NCAA tournament game was seeded at least five seed lines better than the winning team." The 2024 tournament had nine upsets, with seven in the first round, one in the Sweet Sixteen, and one in the Elite Eight.

Upsets in the 2024 NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament
Round West Midwest South East
Round of 64 No. 12 Grand Canyon defeated No. 5 Saint Mary's, 75–66 No. 11 Oregon defeated No. 6 South Carolina, 87–73 No. 14 Oakland defeated No. 3 Kentucky, 80–76
No. 11 NC State defeated No. 6 Texas Tech, 80–67
No. 12 James Madison defeated No. 5 Wisconsin, 72–61
No. 11 Duquesne defeated No. 6 BYU, 71–67
No. 13 Yale defeated No. 4 Auburn, 78–76
Round of 32 None None None None
Sweet 16 None None No. 11 NC State defeated No. 2 Marquette, 67–58 None
Elite 8 None None No. 11 NC State defeated No. 4 Duke, 76–64 None
Final 4 None
National Championship None

National Invitation Tournament

After the NCAA Tournament field is announced, the National Invitation Tournament invites 32 teams to participate, reducing the field's size from 40. For the first time in recent years, automatic bids will not be granted to regular-season conference champions that fail to reach the NCAA tournament. Instead, after the NCAA tournament bracket is filled, the NCAA will award NIT bids to the top two remaining teams in NET rating from each of the so-called "Power 6" conferences (ACC, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, and SEC). All games before the semifinals will be at campus sites, with the semifinals and final at Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

Semifinals and finals

Semifinals
April 2
Championship
April 4
      
1 Seton Hall 84
4 Georgia 67
1 Seton Hall 79
1 Indiana State 77
1 Indiana State 100
2 Utah 90

College Basketball Invitational

After the NCAA Tournament field was announced, the College Basketball Invitational invited 15 teams to participate.

Semifinals and finals

Semifinals
March 26
Championship
March 27
      
1 High Point 81
4 Arkansas State 80
1 High Point 67
3 Seattle 77
7 Fairfield 58
3 Seattle 75

CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament

After the NCAA Tournament field was announced, the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament invited 9 teams to participate.

Semifinals and finals

Semifinals
March 23–25
Championship
March 27
      
Norfolk State 81
Alabama A&M 66
Norfolk State 75
Purdue Fort Wayne 67
Tarleton State 72
Purdue Fort Wayne 73

Conference standings

2023–24 America East Conference men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Vermont 15 1   .938 28 7   .800
UMass Lowell 11 5   .688 22 10   .688
Bryant 11 5   .688 20 13   .606
New Hampshire 7 9   .438 16 15   .516
Binghamton 7 9   .438 15 15   .500
Maine 7 9   .438 15 17   .469
UMBC 6 10   .375 11 21   .344
Albany 5 11   .313 13 19   .406
NJIT 3 13   .188 7 21   .250
2024 AmEast tournament winner
2023–24 American Athletic Conference men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
South Florida 16 2   .889 25 8   .758
Florida Atlantic 14 4   .778 25 9   .735
Charlotte 13 5   .722 19 12   .613
UAB 12 6   .667 23 12   .657
Memphis 11 7   .611 22 10   .688
SMU 11 7   .611 20 13   .606
North Texas 10 8   .556 19 15   .559
East Carolina 7 11   .389 15 18   .455
Tulsa 7 11   .389 16 15   .516
Tulane 5 13   .278 14 17   .452
Temple 5 13   .278 16 20   .444
Wichita State 5 13   .278 15 19   .441
Rice 5 13   .278 11 21   .344
UTSA 5 13   .278 11 21   .344
2024 AAC tournament winner
2023–24 Atlantic 10 men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Richmond 15 3   .833 23 10   .697
Loyola Chicago 15 3   .833 23 10   .697
No. 24 Dayton 14 4   .778 25 8   .758
UMass 11 7   .611 20 11   .645
VCU 11 7   .611 24 14   .632
Duquesne 10 8   .556 25 12   .676
St. Bonaventure 9 9   .500 20 13   .606
George Mason 9 9   .500 20 12   .625
Saint Joseph's 9 9   .500 21 14   .600
La Salle 6 12   .333 16 17   .485
Rhode Island 6 12   .333 12 20   .375
Fordham 6 12   .333 13 20   .394
Davidson 5 13   .278 15 17   .469
Saint Louis 5 13   .278 13 20   .394
George Washington 4 14   .222 15 17   .469
2024 A-10 tournament winner
Rankings from AP poll
2023–24 ACC men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 7 North Carolina 17 3   .850 29 8   .784
No. 9 Duke 15 5   .750 27 9   .750
Virginia 13 7   .650 23 11   .676
Pittsburgh 12 8   .600 22 11   .667
Wake Forest 11 9   .550 21 14   .600
No. 14 Clemson 11 9   .550 24 12   .667
Syracuse 11 9   .550 20 12   .625
Virginia Tech 10 10   .500 19 15   .559
Florida State 10 10   .500 17 16   .515
No. 10 NC State 9 11   .450 26 15   .634
Boston College 8 12   .400 20 16   .556
Notre Dame 7 13   .350 13 20   .394
Georgia Tech 7 13   .350 14 18   .438
Miami (FL) 6 14   .300 15 17   .469
Louisville 3 17   .150 8 24   .250
2024 ACC tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll
2023–24 ASUN men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Eastern Kentucky 12 4   .750 17 14   .548
Stetson 11 5   .688 22 13   .629
Lipscomb 11 5   .688 20 12   .625
Austin Peay 10 6   .625 19 16   .543
North Florida 9 7   .563 16 16   .500
North Alabama 8 8   .500 15 17   .469
Florida Gulf Coast 8 8   .500 14 18   .438
Queens* 7 9   .438 14 19   .424
Kennesaw State 6 10   .375 15 16   .484
Jacksonville 5 11   .313 16 17   .485
Central Arkansas 5 11   .313 9 23   .281
Bellarmine* 4 12   .250 8 23   .258
* ineligible for the 2024 NCAA tournament due to transition from Division II
2024 ASUN tournament winner
2023–24 Big 12 men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No.Houston 15 3   .833 32 5   .865
No. 8 Iowa State 13 5   .722 29 8   .784
No. 16 Baylor 11 7   .611 24 11   .686
Texas Tech 11 7   .611 23 11   .676
BYU 10 8   .556 23 11   .676
No. 19 Kansas 10 8   .556 23 11   .676
Texas 9 9   .500 21 13   .618
TCU 9 9   .500 21 13   .618
Oklahoma 8 10   .444 20 12   .625
Kansas State 8 10   .444 19 15   .559
Cincinnati 7 11   .389 22 15   .595
UCF 7 11   .389 17 16   .515
Oklahoma State 4 14   .222 12 20   .375
West Virginia 4 14   .222 9 23   .281
2024 Big 12 tournament winner
Rankings from AP poll
2023–24 Big East men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 1 UConn 18 2   .900 37 3   .925
No. 13 Creighton 14 6   .700 25 10   .714
No. 12 Marquette 14 6   .700 27 10   .730
Seton Hall 13 7   .650 25 12   .676
St. John's 11 9   .550 20 13   .606
Villanova 10 10   .500 18 16   .529
Providence 10 10   .500 21 14   .600
Butler 9 11   .450 18 15   .545
Xavier 9 11   .450 16 18   .471
Georgetown 2 18   .100 9 23   .281
DePaul 0 20   .000 3 29   .094
2024 Big East tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll
2023–24 Big Sky men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Eastern Washington 15 3   .833 21 11   .656
Northern Colorado 12 6   .667 19 14   .576
Montana 12 6   .667 24 12   .667
Weber State 11 7   .611 20 12   .625
Montana State 9 9   .500 17 18   .486
Portland State 8 10   .444 17 15   .531
Northern Arizona 7 11   .389 14 19   .424
Idaho State 7 11   .389 14 20   .412
Idaho 5 13   .278 11 21   .344
Sacramento State 4 14   .222 10 24   .294
2024 Big Sky tournament winner
2023–24 Big South men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
High Point 13 3   .813 27 9   .750
UNC Asheville 12 4   .750 22 12   .647
Gardner–Webb 11 5   .688 17 16   .515
Winthrop 8 8   .500 17 15   .531
Longwood 6 10   .375 21 14   .600
Presbyterian 6 10   .375 14 19   .424
Charleston Southern 6 10   .375 10 20   .333
USC Upstate 5 11   .313 10 20   .333
Radford 5 11   .313 16 17   .485
2024 Big South tournament winner
2023–24 Big Ten Conference men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 2 Purdue 17 3   .850 34 5   .872
No. 6 Illinois 14 6   .700 29 9   .763
Nebraska 12 8   .600 23 11   .676
Northwestern 12 8   .600 22 12   .647
Wisconsin 11 9   .550 22 14   .611
Indiana 10 10   .500 19 14   .576
Iowa 10 10   .500 19 15   .559
Michigan State 10 10   .500 20 15   .571
Minnesota 9 11   .450 19 15   .559
Ohio State 9 11   .450 22 14   .611
Penn State 9 11   .450 16 17   .485
Maryland 7 13   .350 16 17   .485
Rutgers 7 13   .350 15 17   .469
Michigan 3 17   .150 8 24   .250
2024 Big Ten tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll
2023–24 Big West men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
UC Irvine 17 3   .850 24 10   .706
UC San Diego* 15 5   .750 21 12   .636
UC Davis 14 6   .700 20 13   .606
Hawai'i 11 9   .550 20 14   .588
Long Beach State 10 10   .500 21 15   .583
UC Riverside 10 10   .500 16 18   .471
UC Santa Barbara 9 11   .450 16 15   .516
Cal State Northridge 9 11   .450 19 15   .559
Cal State Bakersfield 8 12   .400 13 19   .406
Cal State Fullerton 7 13   .350 14 18   .438
Cal Poly 0 20   .000 4 28   .125
* ineligible for the 2024 NCAA tournament due to transition period
2024 Big West tournament winner
2023–24 CAA men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Charleston 15 3   .833 27 8   .771
Drexel 13 5   .722 20 12   .625
Hofstra 12 6   .667 20 13   .606
UNC Wilmington 12 6   .667 21 10   .677
Towson 11 7   .611 20 14   .588
Delaware 10 8   .556 19 14   .576
Stony Brook 10 8   .556 20 15   .571
Monmouth 10 8   .556 18 15   .545
Campbell 8 10   .444 14 18   .438
Northeastern 7 11   .389 12 20   .375
Elon 6 12   .333 13 19   .406
North Carolina A&T 5 13   .278 7 25   .219
William & Mary 4 14   .222 10 23   .303
Hampton 3 15   .167 9 24   .273
2024 CAA tournament winner
2023–24 Conference USA men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Sam Houston 13 3   .813 21 12   .636
Louisiana Tech 12 4   .750 22 10   .688
Western Kentucky 8 8   .500 22 12   .647
Liberty 7 9   .438 18 14   .563
UTEP 7 9   .438 18 16   .529
New Mexico State 7 9   .438 13 19   .406
Middle Tennessee 7 9   .438 14 19   .424
Jacksonville State 6 10   .375 14 18   .438
FIU 5 11   .313 11 22   .333
2024 CUSA tournament winner
2023–24 Horizon League men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Oakland 15 5   .750 24 12   .667
Youngstown State 14 6   .700 22 10   .688
Green Bay 13 7   .650 18 14   .563
Wright State 13 7   .650 18 14   .563
Northern Kentucky 12 8   .600 18 15   .545
Milwaukee 12 8   .600 20 15   .571
Cleveland State 11 9   .550 21 15   .583
Purdue Fort Wayne 11 9   .550 23 13   .639
Robert Morris 6 14   .300 10 22   .313
IUPUI 2 18   .100 6 26   .188
Detroit Mercy 1 19   .050 1 31   .031
2024 Horizon League tournament winner
2023–24 Ivy League men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Princeton 12 2   .857 24 5   .828
Yale 11 3   .786 23 10   .697
Cornell 11 3   .786 22 8   .733
Brown 8 6   .571 13 18   .419
Harvard 5 9   .357 14 13   .519
Columbia 4 10   .286 13 14   .481
Penn 3 11   .214 11 18   .379
Dartmouth 2 12   .143 6 21   .222
2024 Ivy League tournament winner
2023–24 MAAC men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Quinnipiac 15 5   .750 24 10   .706
Fairfield 14 6   .700 24 13   .649
Marist 12 8   .600 18 13   .581
Rider 12 8   .600 15 17   .469
Saint Peter's 12 8   .600 19 14   .576
Niagara 11 9   .550 16 16   .500
Iona 10 10   .500 16 17   .485
Mount St. Mary's 9 11   .450 13 19   .406
Canisius 8 12   .400 14 18   .438
Manhattan 4 16   .200 7 23   .233
Siena 3 17   .150 4 28   .125
2024 MAAC tournament winner
2023–24 Mid-American Conference men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Toledo 14 4   .778 20 12   .625
Akron 13 5   .722 24 11   .686
Ohio 13 5   .722 20 13   .606
Central Michigan 12 6   .667 18 14   .563
Bowling Green 10 8   .556 20 14   .588
Western Michigan 9 9   .500 12 20   .375
Miami (OH) 9 9   .500 15 17   .469
Kent State 8 10   .444 17 17   .500
Ball State 7 11   .389 15 16   .484
Eastern Michigan 6 12   .333 13 18   .419
Northern Illinois 5 13   .278 11 20   .355
Buffalo 2 16   .111 4 27   .129
2024 MAC tournament winner
2023–24 MEAC men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Norfolk State 11 3   .786 24 11   .686
North Carolina Central 9 5   .643 18 13   .581
South Carolina State 9 5   .643 14 18   .438
Howard 9 5   .643 18 17   .514
Morgan State 7 7   .500 11 20   .355
Delaware State 6 8   .429 15 19   .441
Maryland Eastern Shore 4 10   .286 9 20   .310
Coppin State 1 13   .071 2 27   .069
2024 MEAC tournament winner
2023–24 Missouri Valley Conference men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Indiana State 17 3   .850 32 7   .821
Drake 16 4   .800 28 7   .800
Bradley 13 7   .650 23 12   .657
Northern Iowa 12 8   .600 19 14   .576
Belmont 12 8   .600 20 13   .606
Southern Illinois 11 9   .550 19 13   .594
Illinois State 9 11   .450 15 17   .469
Murray State 9 11   .450 12 20   .375
Missouri State 8 12   .400 17 16   .515
Evansville 6 14   .300 17 18   .486
UIC 4 16   .200 12 21   .364
Valparaiso 3 17   .150 7 25   .219
2024 MVC tournament winner
2023–24 Mountain West Conference men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 22 Utah State 14 4   .778 28 7   .800
Nevada 13 5   .722 26 8   .765
Boise State 13 5   .722 22 11   .667
UNLV 12 6   .667 21 13   .618
No. 17 San Diego State 11 7   .611 26 11   .703
New Mexico 10 8   .556 26 10   .722
Colorado State 10 8   .556 25 11   .694
Wyoming 8 10   .444 15 17   .469
Fresno State 4 14   .222 12 21   .364
San Jose State 2 16   .111 9 23   .281
Air Force 2 16   .111 9 22   .290
2024 Mountain West tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll
2023–24 NCAA Division I men's basketball independents standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Chicago State   13 19   .406
2023–24 Northeast Conference men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Central Connecticut 13 3   .813 20 11   .645
Merrimack 13 3   .813 21 12   .636
Sacred Heart 10 6   .625 16 16   .500
Le Moyne* 9 7   .563 15 17   .469
Fairleigh Dickinson 9 7   .563 15 17   .469
Wagner 7 9   .438 17 16   .515
LIU 6 10   .375 7 22   .241
Saint Francis 3 13   .188 8 22   .267
Stonehill* 2 14   .125 4 27   .129
* ineligible for the 2024 NCAA tournament due to transition from Division II
2024 NEC tournament winner
2023–24 Ohio Valley Conference men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Little Rock 14 4   .778 21 13   .618
UT Martin 14 4   .778 21 11   .656
Morehead State 14 4   .778 26 9   .743
Western Illinois 13 5   .722 21 12   .636
Tennessee State 10 8   .556 18 15   .545
SIU Edwardsville 9 9   .500 17 16   .515
Eastern Illinois 8 10   .444 14 18   .438
Southern Indiana* 5 13   .278 8 24   .250
Tennessee Tech 5 13   .278 10 21   .323
Southeast Missouri State 4 14   .222 9 22   .290
Lindenwood* 3 15   .167 9 22   .290
* ineligible for the 2024 NCAA tournament due to transition period
2024 OVC tournament winner
2023–24 Pac-12 Conference men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 11 Arizona 15 5   .750 27 9   .750
No. 23 Washington State 14 6   .700 25 10   .714
Colorado 13 7   .650 26 11   .703
Oregon 12 8   .600 24 12   .667
UCLA 10 10   .500 16 17   .485
Utah 9 11   .450 22 15   .595
California 9 11   .450 13 19   .406
Washington 9 11   .450 17 15   .531
USC 8 12   .400 15 18   .455
Stanford 8 12   .400 14 18   .438
Arizona State 8 12   .400 14 18   .438
Oregon State 5 15   .250 13 19   .406
2024 Pac-12 tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll
2023–24 Patriot League men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Colgate 16 2   .889 25 10   .714
Boston University 10 8   .556 16 17   .485
Lafayette 10 8   .556 11 21   .344
American 10 8   .556 16 16   .500
Bucknell 10 8   .556 14 19   .424
Lehigh 9 9   .500 14 18   .438
Navy 8 10   .444 13 18   .419
Army 6 12   .333 10 22   .313
Holy Cross 6 12   .333 10 23   .303
Loyola 5 13   .278 7 25   .219
2024 Patriot League tournament winner
2023–24 Southeastern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 5 Tennessee 14 4   .778 27 9   .750
No. 20 Kentucky 13 5   .722 23 10   .697
No.Alabama 13 5   .722 25 12   .676
No. 18 Auburn 13 5   .722 27 8   .771
No. 24 South Carolina 13 5   .722 26 8   .765
Florida 11 7   .611 24 12   .667
Texas A&M 9 9   .500 21 15   .583
LSU 9 9   .500 17 16   .515
Mississippi State 8 10   .444 21 14   .600
Ole Miss 7 11   .389 20 12   .625
Georgia 6 12   .333 20 17   .541
Arkansas 6 12   .333 16 17   .485
Vanderbilt 4 14   .222 9 23   .281
Missouri 0 18   .000 8 24   .250
2024 SEC tournament winner
Rankings from AP poll
2023–24 SWAC men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Grambling State 14 4   .778 21 15   .583
Alcorn State 13 5   .722 14 18   .438
Texas Southern 12 6   .667 16 17   .485
Southern 12 6   .667 18 14   .563
Bethune–Cookman 11 7   .611 17 17   .500
Jackson State 11 7   .611 15 17   .469
Alabama A&M 9 9   .500 12 23   .343
Alabama State 8 10   .444 13 19   .406
Arkansas–Pine Bluff 8 10   .444 13 18   .419
Prairie View A&M 5 13   .278 10 21   .323
Florida A&M 4 14   .222 6 23   .207
Mississippi Valley State 1 17   .056 1 30   .032
2024 SWAC tournament winner
2023–24 Southern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Samford 15 3   .833 29 6   .829
UNC Greensboro 12 6   .667 21 11   .656
Chattanooga 12 6   .667 21 12   .636
Western Carolina 11 7   .611 22 10   .688
Furman 10 8   .556 17 16   .515
Wofford 10 8   .556 17 15   .531
East Tennessee State 8 10   .444 19 16   .543
Mercer 8 10   .444 16 17   .485
The Citadel 3 15   .167 11 21   .344
VMI 1 17   .056 4 28   .125
2024 SoCon tournament winner
2023–24 Southland Conference men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
McNeese 17 1   .944 30 4   .882
Texas A&M–Corpus Christi 14 4   .778 21 12   .636
Nicholls 13 5   .722 20 14   .588
Lamar 12 6   .667 19 14   .576
Southeastern Louisiana 10 8   .556 15 17   .469
Northwestern State 7 11   .389 9 23   .281
Texas A&M–Commerce* 6 12   .333 13 20   .394
New Orleans 4 14   .222 10 23   .303
Houston Christian 4 14   .222 6 23   .207
Incarnate Word 3 15   .167 8 23   .258
* ineligible for the 2024 NCAA tournament due to transition period
2024 Southland tournament winner
2023–24 Summit League men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
South Dakota State 12 4   .750 22 13   .629
Kansas City 10 6   .625 16 16   .500
North Dakota 10 6   .625 18 14   .563
St. Thomas* 9 7   .563 20 13   .606
North Dakota State 8 8   .500 15 17   .469
Omaha 7 9   .438 15 18   .455
Denver 6 10   .375 17 17   .500
Oral Roberts 5 11   .313 12 19   .387
South Dakota 5 11   .313 12 20   .375
* Ineligible for the 2024 NCAA tournament due to transition from Division III
2024 Summit League tournament winner
2023–24 Sun Belt Conference men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Appalachian State 16 2   .889 27 7   .794
James Madison 15 3   .833 32 4   .889
Troy 13 5   .722 20 12   .625
Arkansas State 11 7   .611 20 17   .541
Louisiana 10 8   .556 19 14   .576
Southern Miss 9 9   .500 16 16   .500
Georgia State 8 10   .444 14 17   .452
South Alabama 8 10   .444 16 16   .500
Georgia Southern 8 10   .444 9 24   .273
Marshall 7 11   .389 13 20   .394
Texas State 7 11   .389 17 18   .486
Louisiana–Monroe 6 12   .333 11 19   .367
Coastal Carolina 5 13   .278 9 22   .290
Old Dominion 3 15   .167 7 25   .219
2024 Sun Belt tournament winner
2023–24 WAC men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
Grand Canyon 17 3   .850 30 5   .857
Tarleton* 16 4   .800 25 10   .714
UT Arlington 13 7   .650 20 14   .588
Seattle 11 9   .550 23 14   .622
Utah Valley 11 9   .550 16 16   .500
Stephen F. Austin 10 10   .500 18 15   .545
Abilene Christian 10 10   .500 16 18   .471
California Baptist 8 12   .400 16 17   .485
Utah Tech* 7 13   .350 11 20   .355
Southern Utah 5 15   .250 10 21   .323
UT Rio Grande Valley 2 18   .100 6 25   .194
* Ineligible for the NCAA tournament due to transition from Division II
2024 WAC tournament winner
2023–24 West Coast Conference men's basketball standings
Conf Overall
Team W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
No. 21 Saint Mary's 15 1   .938 26 8   .765
No. 15 Gonzaga 14 2   .875 27 8   .771
San Francisco 11 5   .688 23 11   .676
Santa Clara 10 6   .625 20 13   .606
San Diego 7 9   .438 18 15   .545
Portland 5 11   .313 12 21   .364
Loyola Marymount 5 11   .313 12 19   .387
Pepperdine 5 11   .313 13 20   .394
Pacific 0 16   .000 6 26   .188
2024 WCC tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll

Award winners

2024 consensus All-Americans

Consensus First Team
Player Position Class Team
R. J. Davis SG Senior North Carolina
Zach Edey C Senior Purdue
Dalton Knecht SF Graduate Tennessee
Tristen Newton PG Graduate UConn
Jamal Shead PG Senior Houston
Consensus Second Team
Player Position Class Team
Hunter Dickinson C Senior Kansas
Kyle Filipowski PF/C Sophomore Duke
DaRon Holmes II PF Junior Dayton
Tyler Kolek PG Senior Marquette
Mark Sears PG Senior Alabama

Major player of the year awards

Major freshman of the year awards

Major coach of the year awards

Other major awards

Coaching changes

Many teams will change coaches during the season and after it ends.

Team Former
Interim
New
Reason
Arkansas Eric Musselman John Calipari Musselman left Arkansas after 5 seasons to take the USC job on April 4, 2024. On April 10, the Razorbacks announced that former Kentucky head coach and Hall-of-Famer John Calipari will take over as their next men's basketball coach.
Bryant Jared Grasso Phil Martelli Jr. Grasso, who had been on a leave of absence from Bryant since September, with the school providing no more information as to why, announced his resignation on November 13, 2023 after 5 seasons. Bulldogs associate head coach Phil Martelli Jr., who was named acting head coach during Grasso's initial leave, was set to continue in that role for the rest of the season until 2 days later when he was officially named the new head coach of the program.
BYU Mark Pope Kevin Young On April 12, 2024, Pope left BYU after 5 seasons with a 110–52 record to become the head coach at his alma mater, the University of Kentucky. Phoenix Suns associate head coach Young was hired by the Cougars on April 16.
Cal Poly John Smith Mike DeGeorge Cal Poly announced on March 1, 2024 that Smith would not return at the end of the season, ending his 5-year tenure at the school. Under Smith, the Mustangs were 30–117 overall, having lost at least 20 games in all seasons under Smith. On March 26, the school hired DeGeorge from Division II Colorado Mesa as his replacement.
Canisius Reggie Witherspoon Jim Christian Witherspoon and Canisius mutually agreed to part ways on March 16, 2024 after 8 seasons and a 108–130 record. Jim Christian, formerly the head coach at Kent State, TCU, Ohio, and most recently Boston College, was hired by the Golden Griffins on April 8.
Central Arkansas Anthony Boone John Shulman Central Arkansas relieved Boone of his duties on March 2, 2024 after a 43–96 record in 4+ seasons. Former Chattanooga head coach Shulman, head coach at NCAA D2 Alabama-Huntsville for the past 5 years, was hired by the Bears on March 18.
Charleston Pat Kelsey Chris Mack Kelsey left Charleston on March 28, 2024 after 3 seasons for the Louisville opening. The Cougars announced Chris Mack as their new head coach on April 2. Mack's most recent head coaching job had been at Louisville from 2018–2022, and previous Charleston head coach Kelsey had been an assistant under Mack at Xavier from 2009–2011.
Charleston Southern Barclay Radebaugh Saah Nimley Radebaugh announced his resignation from Charleston Southern on November 30, 2023 after 18+ seasons. He left as the school's longest tenured head coach as well as the program's winnigest coach with 228 wins. Buccaneers associate head coach and former star player Nimley was named interim head coach for the rest of the season. On March 4, 2024, Nimley was officially named the new head coach of Charleston Southern.
Chicago State Gerald Gillion Gillion resigned from Chicago State on April 13, 2024 after 3 seasons. He is expected to be the associate head coach at soon-to-be conference foe LIU.
Coastal Carolina Cliff Ellis Benny Moss Justin Gray Ellis announced his retirement from coaching on December 6, 2023 after 49 seasons, the last 17 spent at Coastal Carolina. The 78-year-old retired as the program's winningest head coach with 297 wins, and his 831 career NCAA D1 wins puts him in 9th all time. Longtime Chanticleers assistant coach Moss was named interim head coach for the remainder of the season. On March 11, 2024, the school hired Western Carolina head coach Gray for the position.
Cornell Brian Earl Jon Jaques Earl left Cornell on March 23, 2024 after 7 seasons for the William & Mary job. The Big Red promoted associate head coach and Cornell alum Jaques to the position on April 5.
DePaul Tony Stubblefield Matt Brady Chris Holtmann Stubblefield was fired on January 22, 2024 after a 3–15 start to the season. Stubblefield finished his career at DePaul with a 28–54 record and no NCAA tournament appearances in 2½ seasons. Former Marist and James Madison head coach Matt Brady, who was serving as Special Assistant to the Head Coach, was announced as the Blue Demons' interim head coach for the remainder of the season. On March 14, the school hired former Ohio State head coach Holtmann for the job.
Detroit Mercy Mike Davis Mark Montgomery Detroit Mercy and Davis mutually agreed to part ways on March 7, 2024, after 6 seasons, in which the Titans went 60–119 overall, including a 1–31 record this season. The Titans announced the hiring of Michigan State assistant and former Northern Illinois head coach Montgomery on April 3.
Drake Darian DeVries Ben McCollum DeVries left Drake on March 24, 2024 after 6 seasons for West Virginia. Ben McCollum, who won 4 Division II championships in 15 seasons at Northwest Missouri State, was hired by the Bulldogs on April 1.
Duquesne Keith Dambrot Dru Joyce III Less than 24 hours after leading Duquesne to their first NCAA tournament appearance since 1977 by virtue of winning the A10 tournament, Dambrot announced on March 18, 2024 that he will retire at the end of the season after 7 seasons with the Dukes and 26 seasons overall. It was announced on March 28 that associate head coach Dru Joyce III would be promoted to head coach.
Eastern Washington David Riley Dan Monson Riley left EWU on April 2, 2024 after 3 seasons for the head coaching job at Washington State. Monson, most recently head coach at Long Beach State and also head coach at nearby Gonzaga during its breakout 1998–99 season, was hired by the Eagles on April 12.
Fairfield Jay Young Chris Casey Young, who was set to begin his 5th season as Fairfield head coach, announced he was stepping down on October 16, 2023, just 3 weeks before the team's season opener at Boston College. Stags assistant coach Casey was initially named interim head coach for the season. On March 12, 2024, Fairfield removed the interim tag from Casey and officially named him head coach.
Florida A&M Robert McCullum Patrick Crarey II FAMU announced on March 20, 2024 that Mccullum's contract, set to expire on June 30, will not be renewed after 7 seasons and a 67–133 record. NAIA St. Thomas (FL) head coach Crarey was hired by the Rattlers on April 17.
Florida Atlantic Dusty May John Jakus ESPN reported on March 23, 2024 that May had agreed on a deal to become Michigan's new head coach after 6 seasons at FAU, and the university officially announced May's hiring hours later. The Owls hired Baylor assistant Jakus as his replacement on March 27.
Fresno State Justin Hutson Vance Walberg Hutson announced he was stepping down from his head coaching position on March 14, 2024 after 6 seasons and a 92–94 record at Fresno State. Vance Walberg, a former head coach at Pepperdine who was in his 2nd stint as head coach at Clovis West HS in suburban Fresno, was hired by the Bulldogs on April 6.
Gardner–Webb Tim Craft Jeremy Luther Craft left Gardner-Webb on March 13, 2024 after 11 seasons for the Western Carolina head coaching job. Runnin' Bulldogs associate head coach Luther was promoted to the position on March 27.
Hampton Edward Joyner Ivan Thomas Hampton parted ways with Joyner on March 11, 2024, after 15 seasons with a 223–257 record. Georgetown associate head coach Thomas was hired by the Pirates on March 15.
Houston Christian Ron Cottrell Craig Doty Houston Christian decided on March 7, 2024 to not renew Cottrell's contract after 33 seasons. The Huskies hired Doty from D–II Emporia State on March 15.
Indiana State Josh Schertz Matthew Graves Schertz left Indiana State on April 6, 2024 after 3 seasons for the Saint Louis job. Sycamores associate head coach Graves was promoted to fill the vacancy on April 11.
IUPUI Matt Crenshaw Paul Corsaro IUPUI, which will transition to IU Indianapolis (IUI) after this season, parted ways with Crenshaw on March 6, 2024 after a 14–79 record in 3 seasons. Paul Corsaro, head coach at nearby D2 University of Indianapolis, was hired by the Jaguars on March 25.
James Madison Mark Byington Preston Spradlin Byington was hired by Vanderbilt on March 25, 2024 after an 82–36 record in 4 seasons at JMU. The Dukes hired Morehead State head coach Spradlin on March 29.
Kentucky John Calipari Mark Pope On April 9, 2024, John Calipari announced he was stepping down at Kentucky. He finished with a record of 410–122 in 15 seaons with the program. BYU head coach Pope, a Kentucky alum and captain of the 1996 championship team, was hired by the Wildcats on April 12.
Long Beach State Dan Monson Chris Acker In one of the most unusual coaching changes this season, Long Beach State and Monson agreed on a mutual separation, effective after the season, on March 11, 2024 after 17 seasons. Almost a week after the announcement, LBSU won the Big West Tournament to make the NCAA tournament, which they lost in the first round to Arizona. Officially, the Beach finished 275–273 under Monson, making him the winningest head coach of the program. On April 2, the school hired San Diego State assistant coach Acker as his replacement.
Louisville Kenny Payne Pat Kelsey Following a disastrous 12–52 record in 2 seasons with his alma mater, Louisville fired Payne on March 13, 2024. The Cardinals announced the hiring of Charleston head coach Kelsey on March 28.
Loyola (MD) Tavaras Hardy Josh Loeffler Hardy resigned from Loyola on March 8, 2024 after 6 seasons and a 66–110 record. Cincinnati assistant coach Loeffler, an assistant with the Greyhounds from 2013–2017, was hired as his replacement on March 30.
Marshall Dan D'Antoni Cornelius Jackson Marshall parted ways with D'Antoni on March 25, 2024 after 10 seasons and named Thundering Herd associate head coach Jackson as his replacement.
Mercer Greg Gary Ryan Ridder Mercer announced on March 11, 2024, that Gary's contract would not be renewed after 5 seasons, in which the Bears went 81–79. UT Martin head coach Ridder was hired by the Bears on March 15.
Michigan Juwan Howard Dusty May Michigan announced on March 15, 2024, that Howard was relived of his coaching duties after 5 seasons. Howard finished with an 87–72 record, with one Elite Eight and one Sweet Sixteen appearance. The Wolverines would soon reach a deal with Florida Atlantic's May to replace Howard on March 23.
Missouri State Dana Ford Cuonzo Martin Missouri State fired Ford on March 10, 2024 after 6 seasons and a 106–82 record. On March 27, the Bears announced that Cuonzo Martin would return to Missouri State to be the Head Coach, having served there from 2008–2011.
Morehead State Preston Spradlin Jonathan Mattox Spradlin left Morehead State after 7½ seasons on March 29, 2024 for the James Madison opening. Murray State assistant Johnathan Mattox, who spent 9 seasons as an assistant with the Eagles, was named the school's 15th head coach on April 5,.
Mount St. Mary's Dan Engelstad Engelstad resigned from the Mount on April 10, 2024 after 6 seasons to join Adrian Autry's staff as assistant coach at Syracuse.
Ohio State Chris Holtmann Jake Diebler Holtmann was fired on February 14, 2024 in the middle of his 7th season as Ohio State head coach following a 14–11 start, a 4–10 start in conference play, and a streak of 15 consecutive losses in road games. His overall record with the Buckeyes was 137–85. Associate head coach Diebler was initially named interim head coach for the rest of the season. On March 17, the interim tag was removed from Diebler and he officially became the new head coach of the program.
Oklahoma State Mike Boynton Steve Lutz Boynton was fired on March 14, 2024 after his 7th season as Oklahoma State head coach after a 12–20 season. His overall record with the Cowboys was 119–109 with 1 NCAA tournament appearance. Western Kentucky head coach Lutz was hired as his replacement on April 1.
Old Dominion Jeff Jones Kieran Donohue Mike Jones After the first 9 games of his 11th season as Old Dominion head coach, Jeff Jones initially stepped away from the team for the rest of the season for health reasons after suffering a heart attack on December 20, 2023. Monarchs assistant coach Donohue was named interim head coach for the rest of the season after Jones had to take treatment for prostate cancer again. On February 26, 2024, Jones officially announced his retirement. On March 1, Maryland assistant and former ODU player Mike Jones was hired as the new head coach.
Pacific Leonard Perry Josh Newman Dave Smart Perry was reassigned as men's head basketball coach to other duties for the university on March 4, 2024 after 3 seasons. Tigers associate head coach Newman served as the interim head coach through the remainder of the season. The school would then hire Texas Tech assistant Smart on March 27.
Pepperdine Lorenzo Romar Ed Schilling Pepperdine announced on March 5, 2024, that Romar would not return after the season, ending his second stint with the school after 6 years. Grand Canyon assistant coach Schilling was hired by the Waves on April 2.
Rice Scott Pera Rob Lanier Rice announced on March 14, 2024 that Pera will not return to the program after 7 seasons and a 96–127 record. On March 24, the Owls hired former SMU head coach Lanier.
Saint Louis Travis Ford Josh Schertz Saint Louis parted ways with Ford on March 13, 2024 after a 146–109 record with only one NCAA tournament appearance in 8 seasons. The Billikens hired Indiana State head coach Schertz as his replacement on April 6.
Siena Carmen Maciariello Gerry McNamara Siena fired Maciariello on March 20, 2024, after a 68–72 record in 5 seasons, capped off by a 4–28 record this season. Longtime Syracuse assistant coach McNamara was hired by the Saints on March 29.
SMU Rob Lanier Andy Enfield Despite doubling their win total from last year, SMU fired Lanier on March 21, 2024 after 2 seasons ahead of their move to the ACC. USC head coach Enfield was hired by the Mustangs as his replacement on April 1.
Southern Illinois Bryan Mullins Scott Nagy Southern Illinois parted ways with Mullins on March 8, 2024 after 5 seasons, in which the Salukis went 86–68 with no postseason appearances. The school hired Wright State head coach Nagy as his replacement on March 28.
Stanford Jerod Haase Kyle Smith Stanford fired Haase on March 14, 2024 after 8 seasons, in which the Cardinal went 126–127 with no NCAA tournament appearances. Washington State head coach was hired as his replacement on March 25.
UIC Luke Yaklich Rob Ehsan UIC fired Yaklich on March 10, 2024 after a 47–70 record in 4 seasons. Stanford assistant coach and former UAB head coach Ehsan was hired by the Flames on April 1.
USC Andy Enfield Eric Musselman Enfield left USC on April 1, 2024 after 11 seasons for the SMU job. Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman was hired by the Trojans on April 4.
USC Upstate Dave Dickerson Marty Richter Dickerson resigned from USC Upstate on March 25, 2024 after 6 seasons and a 65–117 record to become associate head coach of Ohio State. Drake assistant coach Richter was hired by the Spartans on April 5.
UT Martin Ryan Ridder Jeremy Shulman Ridder left UT Martin on March 15, 2024, after 3 seasons for the Mercer job. Jeremy Shulman, head coach at NJCAA Eastern Florida State for the last 14 seasons, was hired by the Skyhawks on March 27.
UT Rio Grande Valley Matt Figger Kahil Fennell UTRGV and Figger mutually agreed to part ways on March 19, 2024, after 3 seasons and a 29–65 record. BYU assistant Fennell was hired by the Vaqueros on April 5.
UTSA Steve Henson Austin Claunch Henson's contract with UTSA was not renewed on March 14, 2024, ending his 8-year tenure with a 110–144 record. Alabama assistant and former Nicholls head coach Claunch was hired by the Roadrunners on March 17.
Utah State Danny Sprinkle Jerrod Calhoun Following their NCAA tournament exit, on March 25, 2024, Washington announced it was hiring Danny Sprinkle for their head coaching vacancy. He ended his only season at Utah State with a 27–6 record and NCAA tournament appearance. Youngstown State head coach Calhoun was hired by the Aggies on March 30.
Vanderbilt Jerry Stackhouse Mark Byington Vanderbilt and Stackhouse mutually agreed to part ways on March 14, 2024 after a 70–92 record in 5 seasons with no NCAA tournament appearances. On March 25, 2024, James Madison head coach Byington was hired by the Commodores.
Washington Mike Hopkins Danny Sprinkle Washington announced on March 8, 2024, that after the season concluded, Hopkins would be relieved of his duties after 7 seasons. Under Hopkins, the Huskies were 118–106 with one appearance in the NCAA tournament. Utah State head coach Danny Sprinkle was announced as the replacement on March 25.
Washington State Kyle Smith David Riley Smith left Washington State on March 25, 2024 after 5 seasons for the Stanford job. Eastern Washington head coach Riley was hired by the Cougars on April 2.
Western Carolina Justin Gray Tim Craft Gray left Western Carolina on March 11, 2024, after 3 seasons for the Coastal Carolina head coaching position. Gardner-Webb head coach Craft was hired by the Catamounts 2 days later.
Western Kentucky Steve Lutz Hank Plona Lutz left Western Kentucky on April 1, 2024, after 1 season for the Oklahoma State head coaching position. Hilltoppers assistant coach Plona was promoted to fill the vacancy the following day.
West Virginia Bob Huggins Josh Eilert Darian DeVries Huggins resigned on June 17, 2023, one day after being arrested in Pittsburgh on a DUI charge. The arrest came six weeks after he had used an anti-gay slur in an interview with a Cincinnati radio station, for which he had been suspended for the first three games of the 2023–24 season. Huggins finished his 16-year tenure at his alma mater with 345 wins, the most in program history, along with 11 NCAA tournament appearances. A week after Huggins' departure, the Mountaineers named assistant coach Eilert as interim head coach for the 2023–24 season. On March 24, 2024, the school hired Drake head coach Darian DeVries for the job.
William & Mary Dane Fischer Brian Earl Fischer was fired from William & Mary on March 10, 2024 after a 5-year record of 56–91. Cornell head coach Brian Earl was hired by the Tribe on March 23.
Wright State Scott Nagy Clint Sargent Nagy departed Wright State on March 28, 2024 after 8 seasons for the Southern Illinois opening. Raiders associate head coach Sargent was promoted to the open position the same day.
Youngstown State Jerrod Calhoun Ethan Faulkner Calhoun left Youngstown State on March 30, 2024 after 7 seasons for the Utah State job. Penguins associate head coach Faulkner was promoted to the position 2 days later.

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