Just when you thought that the NCAA’s signature event is relatively orderly and predicable, along comes the tournament in which every bracket worldwide got demolished in the first round. What appeared at first glance as a safe pick based on seeding ended up being anything but. This was a year of haymakers featuring many smaller schools seemingly doing the impossible.
Despite all the chatter, William Frater successfully navigated through this year’s turmoil and correctly crowned UConn as the national champs. He ran the gambit with both the most points along with the most correct picks. Both the Huskies and William’s victories will be celebrated for years to come.
Congratulations to Tavia Lundquist for winning the second annual IMA Minneapolis Chapter NCAA Bracket Pool! She cruised to the top of the ranks correctly crowning Kansas as this year’s champion. Two-thirds of the pool had either Arizona or Gonzaga penciled in to win the championship. Both the Jayhawks and Tavia’s victories will be celebrated for years to come