The 2013 NCAA tournament marked the 10th time in history that a school had both it's men's and women's teams in the Final Four. Louisville's men went on to win the title while its women lost in the championship game to Connecticut. Here's a look at what happened in the other nine instances.
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The men upset a Michael Jordan-led North Carolina squad in the Elite Eight, but fell in the national semifinals to eventual champion North Carolina State. The women's team, led by freshman and future five-time Olympian Teresa Edwards, beat conference rival Tennessee in the regional final, but fell to USC in a national semifinal.
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Duke's men's team featured four future first-round picks, including Player of the Year Elton Brand, but the Blue Devils fell 77-74 to UConn in the championship game after Huskies point guard Khalid El-Amin scored the game's final four points. The women's team, a No.3 seed, made its first trip to the Final Four by knocking off three-time defending champion Tennessee in the regional final, but top-ranked Purdue ended Duke's run with a 62-45 win in the title game.
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The Oklahoma women's team blitzed its way to the title game, beating opponents by 21 points per game in the first five rounds. But powerhouse UConn, led by Player of the Year Sue Bird, beat the Sooners 86-72 in the championship game. The men's team relied on the backcourt of Hollis Price and Quannas White to advance to the Final Four, but the duo had a rough game in Oklahoma's 73-64 semifinal loss to Indiana. The pair combined for only six points on 1-for-16 shooting.
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Both Longhorn teams lost to the eventual national champions in the semifinal round. Led by Wooden Award-winning point guard T.J. Ford, the men fell to Carmelo Anthony and Syracuse. The women lost to Diana Taurasi-led UConn.
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The Huskies became the first Division I program to capture both titles in the same season. The men struck first as Emeka Okafor and Ben Gordon carried the Huskies to an 82-73 win over Georgia Tech. A day later, the women's team followed Taurasi to its fourth title in five seasons.
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The top-seeded women beat traditional power Tennessee in the semifinals before a red-hot Baylor beat the Spartans 84-62 in the championship game. The fifth-seeded men upset top-ranked Duke and second-seeded Kentucky to reach the Final Four. But eventual champion North Carolina eliminated Michigan State with an 87-71 win in the semifinals.
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The athletic, shot-blocking men's team, led by Glen "Big Baby" Davis and Tyrus Thomas, made it to the Final Four as a No. 4 seed. But the magic ran out in a 59-45 loss to UCLA in a semifinal. The women's team, led by Wooden Award winner Seimone Augustus, also loss in the semis, 64-45 to Duke.
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UConn was back at it in 2009, as the women's team followed Renee Montgomery, Tina Charles and Maya Moore to an undefeated season. Defensive Player of the Year Hasheem Thabeet led the men's team through a tight game with Missouri to reach the Final Four, where they fell to runner-up Michigan State in the semis.
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Kemba Walker scored a team-high 16 points as the men won the school's third national championship, 53-41 over Butler. The top-seeded women were knocked off by Notre Dame in a national semifinal, 72-63.
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