Check out replays of every March Madness buzzer-beater shot since 2012, including unforgettable moments by Gonzaga’s Jalen Suggs and Villanova’s Kris Jenkins.

The beauty of March Madness is in the last-second finishes. College basketball fans have been spoiled over the years with incredible shots at the end of games, most notably Villanova’s Kris Jenkins in the 2016 national championship and Gonzaga’s Jalen Suggs in the 2021 national semifinal.

As we prepare for the 2022 NCAA Tournament, let’s turn the clock back and replay the March Madness buzzer-beating shots from the past 10 years.

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Gonzaga’s Jalen Suggs vs. UCLA (2021 Final Four)
Abilene Christian’s Joe Pleasant vs. Texas (2021 first round)
Virginia’s Kyle Guy vs. Auburn (2019 Final Four)
LSU’s Tremont Waters vs. Maryland (2019 second round)
Michigan’s Jordan Poole vs. Houston (2018 second round)
Loyola Chicago’s Donte Ingram vs. Miami FL (2018 first round)
Houston’s Rob Gray vs. San Diego State (2018 first round)

UNC’s Luke Maye vs. Kentucky (2017 Elite Eight)

Florida’s Chris Chiozza vs. Wisconsin (2017 Sweet 16)

Villanova’s Kris Jenkins vs. UNC (2016 national championship)

Notre Dame’s Rex Pflueger vs. Stephen F. Austin (2016 second round)
Wisconsin’s Bronson Koenig vs. Xavier (2016 second round)
Iowa’s Adam Woodbury vs. Temple (2016 first round)
Northern Iowa’s Paul Jesperson vs. Texas (2016 first round)
Providence’s Rodney Bullock vs. USC (2016 first round)
NC State’s BeeJay Anya vs. LSU (2015 first round)
Iowa State’s DeAndre Kane vs. UNC (2014 second round)

Texas’ Cameron Ridley vs. Arizona State (2014 first round)

Ohio State’s Aaron Craft vs. Iowa State (2013 second round)

Marquette’s Vander Blue vs. Davidson (2013 first round)