1Kentucky2052- 647.7602Kansas2038- 799.7183North Carolina2033- 729.7364Duke1944- 827.7025Syracuse1800- 819.6876Temple1766- 974.6457St. John's1724- 896.6588UCLA1709- 755.6949Notre Dame1701- 927.64710Pennsylvania1677- 986.630
The schools with the most NCAA championships, as of the end of the 2011 season, are as follows:
1) UCLA - 11
2) Kentucky - 7
3) Indiana -5
3) UNC - 5
5) Duke - 4
6) Kansas - 3
6) UCONN - 3
The schools with the most national championships (NCAA+Helms) as of 2011:
1) UCLA - 11
2) Kentucky - 8
3) UNC - 6
4) Kansas - 5
4) Indiana - 5
6) Duke - 4
Texas had the most this year
NORTH CAROLINA TARHEELS - 100
What college basketball team has the most losses?
the University of Kentucky has the NCAA record for most wins in college basketball history
UCLA with 11.
With 11 national titles, UCLA holds the record for the most NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championships.
The Alabama Crimson Tide have won the most NCAA Football Titles The UCLA Bruins have won the most NCAA Basketball Titles The USC Trojans have won the most NCAA Baseball Titles In Women's NCAA Basketball the Connecticut Lady Huskies have the most NCAA Basketball Titles
As of the end of the 2008 season, Bob Knight has the most wins in men's NCAA basketball and Pat Summitt has the most wins in women's NCAA basketball.
UCLA with 11
The record is 11 teams. The Big East conference sent 11 teams to the NCAA Tournament in 2011.
UCLA with 13!
Kentucky, North Carolina & Kansas
what college did James Naismith go to? in which facility did basketball get invented? in which state was basketball invented? what does NCAA,CBA and NBA stand for? what was the first college basketball league called? name two teams which were in this league. what was the most interesting fact you learned about history of basketball? thank you!
Because they have one of the most dominant teams in the NCAA(no matter what people think, UK basketball is a team of legend)
The University of Kentucky has the most wins of any team in the NCAA. The next most successful teams are the University of Kansas, the University of North Carolina, and Duke.
The Kentucky Wildcats.