61, Austin Carr, Notre Dame vs. Ohio, 1970
John Hensen from UNC
Pete Maravich set the NCAA Division I scoring record with 3,667 points scored.
Kemba Walker from UCONN.
UCLA has the record for winning by 49 points
As of the 2008 tournament, that record is held by UCLA with 38 consecutive wins in the NCAA tournament between 1964-1974. Duke is second with 13 between 1991-1993.
69 points1963, South Regional First RoundLoyola 111, Tennessee Tech 42
Notre Dame's AUSTIN CARR scored 61 points vs. Ohio in the 1970 to set the NCAA Tournament single-game scoring record. He also scored 52 points vs. Kentucky and 45 points vs. Iowa in the 1970 Tourney.
Kendra Wecker had 159 NCAA Tournament career points
Division One is Pete Maravich of LSU with 1381 points in 1970 and 3667 in his career.
The NCAA website says that the most career points record in NCAA basketball belongs to Travis Grant, Kentucky State (Div II) who last played in 1972. His career total is listed as 4,045 points. The site says that Pete Maravich, LSU, holds the career point record in Division I play, with 3,667 points.
Kentucky has been in the NCAA men's basketball tournament a record 52 times through 2013.
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.
i believe Syracuse just set a record crowd at 34,000 plus...
Kendra Wecker, 159 points
Wilt Chamberlion with 100 points in 1 game
Pete Maravich (aka 'Pistol Pete') of LSU still holds the record for All-Time Leading Scorer in NCAA Division I Men's Basketball! What you might also want to know is that he set this record in only THREE seasons, not FOUR. His record still holds at 3,667 points. His closest competitor was Freeman Williams of Portland State, who still fell short by 418 points after FOUR Seasons of play.
It depends upon the league/sport. In the NFL, for example, the team with the best overall record wins their division. In the event of a tie, the division record acts as the tiebreaker. I believe the best conference record wins the conference in NCAA Football, regardless of overall record. Then there are the league like the NHL, where a team earns 2 points for a win, 1 for a tie or post regulation loss--with the team accumulating the most points winning their division/conference.