Villanova became the fourth team to win the national championship with six double-digit victories, and the first since North Carolina in 2009. Along the way, the Wildcats set NCAA records for most three-pointers in a tournament (76) and most in a tournament game (18). Their season total of 464 also is a record. A look at their run to the title:

No. 16 seed Radford: Won by 26 (87-61), shot 14-for-27 (51.9%) from three-point range

No. 9 Alabama: Won by 23 (81-58), shot 17-for-41 (41.5%) from three-point range

No. 5 West Virginia: Won by 12 (90-78), shot 13-for-24 (54.2%) from three-point range

No. 3 Texas Tech: Won by 12 (71-59), shot 4-for-24 (16.7%) from three-point range

No. 1 Kansas: Won by 16 (95-79), shot 18-for- 40 (45.0%) from three-point range

No. 3 Michigan: Won by 17 (79-62), shot 10-for-27 (37.0%) from three-point range