What state has produced the most division 1 college basketball players?
Maryland is number one, producing 58 players per 100,000 college-age males, followed by Louisiana (52 per 100,000), Delaware (47), Tennessee (46), and Georgia (44)
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Alaska Does Not have A division 1 school but just a few years ago South Dakota State University, University of South Dakota and North Dakota State University made the jump to Division 1. Only NDSU out of the three teams has made it to the Big dance.
Answer The answer is 1, Alaska. Previously, neither South Dakota or North Dakota had Division I teams, but now South Dakota State and North Dakota State are Division I Independents. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_NCAA_Division_I_institutions
Answer . John Pierce of David Lipscomb College class of '94 scored 4230 points in his career..
UCLA has won the most NCAA championships with 11 wins Second is Kentucky with 7 Third is Indiana with 5 Fourth is UNC with 4 Noth Carolina is tied with Indiana with 5 get it right or dont put it please
Duke and North Carolina Answer Kentucky and North Carolina Answer Kentucky and North Carolina are #1 and #2. with kansas #3, duke #4, st john's #5
has to be Texas Not always true, as it has been California, Texas and Florida as the leader and they are always the top 3. Texas is not always the leader but it was the leader in 2010 with 408, Florida was second with 355 and California was third with 323. Texas is usually the leader but it does …change every now and then but not often. The top 3 are by far the leaders in number of players, but by percentage of population Alabama and Louisiana would be probably tops as both had about 90 each this year and both state have small populations of around 4 million. Update for 2011 For the 2011 Recruiting year Texas had one more recruit than Florida 345 to 344. By Population it was 1.Florida, 2. Georgia (170),3. Louisiana and 4. Alabama. Louisiana and Alabama with 87 for La. and 86 for Alabama and both states have about 4 million residents. Alabama has more state high school players listed but La. has more private schools and their numbers are not available. (MORE)
2% make it.....get an education . \nI do not know the totals for 2005 alone, but did read recently that Miami (FL) leads all schools with 42 players currently in the NFL. FSU was second with 41.
Answer . \nby going to BASA, now BSA, and asking about joining the district competition. BSA may not agree, as you need a home ground, a uniform, and be willing to pay rent for your stadium, as well as fees. You will not become division 1 immediately. As a new club you need to start in the lowes…t division in your age group and work your way up. If you are blitzing the lower teams, you may be able to get a special request to be moved to a higher division. (MORE)
Answer Pete Maravich scored 1381 points in 1970 in 31 games for an average of 44.5 ppg. That is the NCAA Division One record for a single season.
UCLA with 100 official NCAA Championships. I suspect they also lead with total national championships in sports like men's rugby and volleyball, and women's basketball before those sports offered official NCAA championships, but I'd like to know the total number. USC, when their favorite athletes ar…en't commiting double murders (not an official NCAA sport, but they're working on it), claims 107. My guess is UCLA has 115 or so at least. (MORE)
If this site is right: http://www.vaporia.com/sports/wcpage.html The answer is that there are roughly 335 NCAA Div I Women's Basketball teams.
As OS 10/21/08 Joe Paterno has 380, Bobby Bowden has 378, Bear Bryant 323 Pop Warner 319 Amos Alonzo Stagg 314
USC recently surpassed Notre Dame as the school with the all-time most players picked up in the NFL draft. Schools with over 300 players drafted: USC - 477 Notre Dame - 467 Ohio State - 399 Oklahoma - 350 Nebraska - 341 Michigan - 337 Tennessee - 329 Texas - 326 Penn State - 325 Miami (FL) - 307 Fl…orida - 302 source: http://drafthistory.com/n_college/college_n.html (MORE)
Sorry Boyd. But the state of California produces the most NFL players. Nice try don't question "Big M" True but California is large. Per capita, which is more relevant, the answer is - 1st Louisiana, 2nd Mississippi --- "Big M"
Texas: 10. Baylor Bears. Houston Cougars. North Texas Mean Green. Rice Owls. SMU Mustangs. TCU Horned Frogs. Texas Longhorns. Texas Tech Red Raiders. Texas A&M Aggies. UTEP Miners
Loyola Marymount University in 1990 They also hold the numbers two, three, four, five spots
Clarence 'Bevo' Francis of Rio Grande (NAIA/Division Two) scored 113 points against Hillsdale College on 02/02/54.
Kentucky 1 Kentucky............... 2004 2 North Carolina....... 1995 3 Kansas.................. 1984 4 Duke..................... 1885 5 Syracuse............... 1765 6 Temple.................. 1724 7 St. John's.............. 1695 8 UCLA..................... 1676 9 Notre Dame......…..... 1662 10 Pennsylvania........ 1657 (MORE)
All-time team records . NCAA Championships . 1 UCLA 11 2 Kentucky 7 3 Indiana 5 4 North Carolina 4 5 Duke 3 6 Cincinnati 2 6 Connecticut 2 6 Florida 2 6 Kansas 2 6 Louisville 2 6 Michigan State 2 6 NC State 2 6 Oklahoma State 2 6 San Francisco 2.
This school may not produce the most each year, but I understand that over the years, the University of Minneosta has produced 158 players to get drafted by the NHL.... But most belive that the University of Michigan is NHL U..
Going into the 2007-2008 season, here's the list for Div. I:. All-Time Division I . Coaches by Wins . Coach Schools Wins . 1. Bob Knight Army, Indiana, Texas Tech 890 (Knight retired with 902) . 2. Dean Smith North Carolina 879. 3. Adolph Rupp Kentucky 876. 4. Jim Phelan Mt. St. Mary's 830. …5. Eddie Sutton Creighton, Arkansas, Kentucky, Oklahoma State, San Francisco 798 ( he now has over 800) 6. Lefty Driesell Davidson, Maryland, James Madison, Georgia State 786 7. Lute Olson Long Beach State, Iowa, Arizona 780 . 8. Lou Henson Hardin-Simmons, Illinois, N. Mexico State 779 9. Mike Krzyzewski Army, Duke 775 . 10. Henry Iba NW Missouri State, Colorado, Oklahoma State 764 11. Ed Diddle W. Kentucky 759. 12. Jim Boeheim Syracuse 750 . Jim Calhoun Northeastern, Connecticut 750 . 14. Phog Allen Baker, Kansas, Haskell, Central Missouri 746 . 15. John Chaney Cheyney, Temple 741. 16. Jerry Tarkanian Long Beach State, UNLV, Fresno State 729 17. Norm Stewart N. Iowa, Missouri 728. 18. Ray Meyer DePaul 724. 19. Don Haskins UTEP 719. 20. Denny Crum Louisville 675. BOLD LETTERS MEANS ACTIVE: . Active Division I . Coaches by Wins . Coach School Wins . 1. Bob Knight Army, Indiana, Texas Tech 890 (Knight retired with 902) . 2. Eddie Sutton Creighton, Arkansas, Kentucky, Oklahoma State, San Francisco 798 ( he now has over 800) . 3. Lute Olson Long Beach State, Iowa, Arizona 780. 4. Mike Krzyzewski Army, Duke 775. 5. Jim Boeheim Syracuse 750. Jim Calhoun Northeastern, Connecticut 750. 7. Bob Huggins Walsh, Akron, Cincinnati, Kansas State 590 . 8. Gary Williams American, Boston College, Ohio State, Maryland 585 9. Tom Penders Tufts, Columbia, Fordham, Rhode Island, Texas, George Washington, Houston 584 10. Homer Drew Valparaiso 571. 11. Ben Braun California 539. 12. Cliff Ellis Auburn, Coastal Carolina 534. 13. Larry Hunter Ohio, Western Carolina 533. 14. Pat Douglass Montana State-Billings, Cal-Bakersfield, Cal-Irvine 529 . 15. Bo Ryan Wisc.-Platteville, Wisc.-Milwaukee, Wisconsin 525 . 16. Roy Williams Kansas, North Carolina 524. 17. Rick Byrd Belmont 516. 18. Rick Pitino Boston U., Providence, Kentucky, Louisville 494 . 19. Kelvin Sampson Montana Tech, Washington State, Oklahoma, Indiana 477 20. John Beilein Nazareth, LeMoyne, Canisius, Richmond, West Virginia 476 Bobby Cremins Georigia Tech, C. of Charleston 476. 22. Pat Kennedy Iona, Florida State, DePaul, (MORE)
The University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA) has a current win streak of 88 games. . However,on December 21,2010 , The University of Connecticut women's basketball,with an 88 game win streak, team beat Florida State University to get the record of the longest Division 1 win streak,89 games..
UCLA has the longest overall winning streak. However the Butler Bulldogs have the longest CURRENT winning streak in men's division 1 college basketball. As of 3/26/2010 Butler has 23 consecutive wins.
UCLA has won the most, with 11 national championships, mostly in the 70's. at one point, they had an 88 game win strek, broken by digger phelps and notre dame. the 11th national chamionship was won in 1995. the coach was Jim harrick, and the stars of the team were the o'bannon brothers, and tynus ed…ney. UCLA will win the 12th this April. (MORE)
The answer is KENTUCKY with 27 titles. CALIFORNIA 26 University of Kentucky 8 NCAA Div I University of Louisville 2 NCAA Div I University of Kentucky 2 NIT titles University of Louisville 1 NIT title Kentucky Wesleyan College 8 NCAA Div II Bellarmine 1 NCAA Div II Kentucky State Un…iversity 3 NAIA titles University of Louisville 1 NAIA title Georgetown 1 NAIA title JUCO??? Total 25 UCLA 11 NCAA Div I University of Kentucky 2 NIT titles University of Louisville 2 NCAA Div I University of Louisville 1 NIT title Kentucky State University 3 NAIA titles Kentucky Wesleyan College 8 NCAA Div II Bellarmine 1 NCAA Div II Total 25 (MORE)
The difference is not always talent as some may say. There are many talented athletes that play DIII because of several reasons. One reason is academics and that most DIII schools are liberal arts schools that focus more on academics more than powerhouse DI programs. But one major difference between… the two is that DIII cannot give out athletic scholarships. They can recruit but any scholarship given has to be based on academics. This is one reason why an athlete may choose to go to the school because the DIII schools usually have far better financial aid packages. But as far as talent goes DI is obviously better but DIII is not an extension of highschool. Its simply a lower form of Division I across all sports, kind of like the different sports classes in most high school state athletics. (MORE)
The exact number of Division 1 college football players is unknown.However there are a total of 80,000 college football players acrossall divisions.
Texas Update: From what I can find, looking at the D1 institutions (colleges anduniversities) per state, California has 24, New York has 22 andTexas has 21..
they are division 1 but they are division 1-AA which means they do not compete in the same pool of conferences as your typical division 1 school. although they may play a d-1 school, they would not qualify for the NCAA tourney like a georgia, lsu, or oklahoma.
Just a guess but I would say Cal, Fl, Tx, and the great states of Georgia and Ohio
Florida, California, and Texas produce a lot of good NBA players, but I'm not for sure what state produces the MOST NBA players.. duke has the most nba players in the nba now.
Wynford high school is in division 6 in Ohio there qb Tyler Brause is going to play for Kentucky next year and is a division 1 college. So yes.
I'm don't know that many of them, but i know Texas a&m, Texas university, Texas tech, university of Texas el paso (UTEP), Texas state, baylor, Texas-Arlington, Texas-san antonio, and the university of Houston.
That would be The Ohio State Universiry.. They have 18 boys and 19 girls sports for a total of 37.. Stanford would be second with 36 (17 boys and 19 girls).. Penn State (27) and Michigan( 26) would follow.
Alaska, Maine and South Dakota are the only states to not send a team to the big dance.
I would say Kansas University because that is where James Naismith is originally from.. James Naismith created the game of basketball and that is why the trophy is named. after him. The award is for the best basketball player in college basketball every year.. I might be wrong so don't take my wo…rd for it about the Kansas University thing. It is. just an educated guess.. I would say Kansas University because that is where James Naismith is originally from.. James Naismith created the game of basketball and that is why the trophy is named. after him. The award is for the best basketball player in college basketball every year.. I might be wrong so don't take my word for it about the Kansas University thing. It is. just an educated guess. (MORE)
Joe Mamma from College of Buhtfucherre has played in 178 game. Joe's total is two more than the previous total of 176 set by Jimbo Ackbar from Panein Ahss college in 1947.
$500 to $1,000/game plus expenses (travel, hotel & meals), depending on the conference, experience and their rank.
I would say no. I say no because usually Division 1 girls are tall (I've seen a team on an airplane and they are big) and have a more refined game than the average high school boy's team. Although to be fair, a good high school boy's team could beat a Division 1 girl's team. Teams from big cities …or private Catholic schools can recruit and most of them go on to play college ball anyways. These teams include Detroit Country Day, Montrose Christian, St. Benedict's... etc. There are a few "high school" teams that in my opinion are not high school teams at all. There is a school called Findlay Prep that recruits players from all over the world and have them live in million dollar condos and attend a private school for a few hours a day. Then they practice and do whatever they want. All expenses paid for. They finished their season 33-0 (they have gone 71-1 over the last two years) and won the ESPN National High School Tournament. This is not a high school team, but a high school professional team. I'm a high school boy and my basketball team played college girls once, and they wiped up the court with us. They were faster, taller and anything we did, they could do better. By the end they were just teasing us by not letting us touch the ball, it was more like keep-away than basketball. Grrr. I'd really warn high school boys not to try this, as it was the most frustrating game ever and it really ruined our confidence. (MORE)
most top schools like Texas, USC, and Alabama, but also some other schools like Virginia, Florida State, and Ohio State
Minnesota does, and it really isn't all that close. Minnesota has the most registered youth hockey players (53,450 in 2010. Next closest was Michigan with 51,404 registered youth players), produces the most Division 1 hockey players (currently 326 players, or 20.36% of all D1 players. Next closest i…s Massachusetts with 14.81%), and produces the most pro hockey players (Minnesota has produced 216 players all-time. Massachusetts is next closest with 168). This is why Minnesota is known as the "State of Hockey". (MORE)
Schools in the big east, big 12, and the acc have produced the most. North Carolina, Duke and UConn have produced pretty good players but these days NBA players are coming from everywhere.
Freshman Anthony Davis in one season has the most blocks for a freshman in the sec ( South Eastern Conference ) for a single season at the university of Kentucky.
O - H - I - O G O B U C K E Y E S - per WSJ........ ErnieGs
Division I 98, Long Island University vs. Medgar Evers, Nov. 26, 1997. Division II 135, Troy vs. DeVry (Ga.), Jan. 12, 1992. Division III 104, Lincoln, Pa. vs. Ohio State-Marion, Dec. 2, 2006.
You MUST be amazing! It takes size athleticism and skill to play d1 basketball you must also have looks from recruiters or coaches for a better chance.
University of Washington and Washington State and Eastern Washington for football + Gonzaga for BBall
That is a matter of opinion. UCLA has the most national titles but dropped of the map after their amazing run for 10 NCAA titles in 12 years. Kentucky Wildcats have 7 national titles coming in second but they have been a top level team for the past 60 plus years
The University Of Kentucky Wildcats with 2,090 wins. They also have the most NCAA tournament wins with 111.
Pete Maravich of LSU holds the all-time NCAA Division I record for career scoring with an average of 44.2 points. He scored a total of 3667 over 3 years. As a sophomore he averaged 43.8 points, as a junior he averaged 44.2 points and as a senior he averaged 44.5 points per game.