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Southwood (LA) High School has won the most state titles in girls basketball with 10
UCLA 11 Titles Kentucky 7 Titles North Carolina 5 Titles Indiana 5 Titles Duke 4 Titles Kansas 3 Titles Cincinnati, Connecticut, Florida, Louisville, Michigan State, North Carolina State, Oklahoma State (Oklahoma A&M), & San Francisco All have 2 Titles each. No other team has more than 1 Title.
Brownwood High School. They hold 7 state titles.
Purdue and Indiana for sure Notre Dame, Indiana State, Ball State, Butler
UCLA Men's basketball Not even close. UCLA men's basketball has 11 titles. Oklahama State Wrestling has 34 - most of any college in any single sport.
In the state of Indiana
South Oak Cliff Girl's Basketball Team won State titles in 1977, 1980, 1985.
The Indiana State men's basketball center is #5 Justin Crant a junior from Terra Haute.
Bloomsburg, PA has the most state titles with 23 consecutive state titles in a row. led by Matt tombasco
Indiana Purdue Butler Notre Dame Valpo Ball State Evansville IUPUI IPFW Indiana State
indiana leads 102-11
In the 2010-2011 school year, Jesuit High School in Portland, Oregon. As of March 28, 2011, Jesuit currently has 8 state titles. They have titles in Men's and Women's Basketball, Men's and Women's Soccer, Women's Ski Team, Overall Ski, Womens XC, Womens Swimming. They are favored to win at least 2 more. 3 Peat in basketball. Grodahl's Hungry...
One of the best wrestlers in Indiana won numerous tournaments and a few national titles. Wrestling at 119 this year and is destined to win high school state.
Indiana State and Larry Bird.
Michigan State defeated Indiana State, 75-64, to win the 1979 NCAA basketball tournament.
The NCAA men's basketball tournament was won by Ohio State University (OSU) in 1960. No other school with the letters "OSU" representing it has won the basketball championship, so if you're referring to Oregon State University or Oklahoma State University or some other OSU, then the answer would be none.
Larry Bird first went to Indiana, then dropped out. He then went to Indiana State where he played basketball at.
Michigan State defeated Indiana State, 75 to 64