Jeff teague of wake forest (2009)
"Pistol" Pete Maravich
The most points ever scored by one team in college basketball was 258 scored by Troy University, who stomped Devry 258-141 on January 12, 1992.
Lynette Woodard scored 3,649 points for the University of Kansas Jayhawks from 1978-1981.
College Basketball 258 scored by Troy University
Jack Taylor of Grinell college scored 138 points.
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.
Bevo Francis holds the record for most points scored in an NCAA basketball game with 113, set in 1954.
the highest scoring college basketball team ever
Carmelo Anthony with 96 points
Wilt Chamberlion with 100 points in 1 game
Not in the NBA. Wilt CHmberlain still holds the record with 100 points.
wilt chamberlain scored 100 points in a game and steph curry scored 2492 3 pointer so far better then ray allen
Dan Issel in 1969-1970 scored 948 points in only 28 games for a season avg of 33.9 points per game, which is still the record for points per game avg for a season.
Cindy Brown of Long Beach State scored 60 points in one game against San Jose State in 1987.
115 Points - Bruce Vernon - Broward Community College
the most points scored in one basketball game was Division 2 team Lincoln beating Ohio State Marion 201-78
31 points...US men's record
Kemba Walker from UCONN.
Jimmy "Monk" Montgomery
John Pierce of David Lipscomb College class of '94 scored 4230 points in his career.
My Basketball team. We scored 296 points, they scored 4 points
Basketball who in the 2012 olympic games scored the most points
Pete Maravich set the NCAA Division I scoring record with 3,667 points scored.
== == 258. Courtesy of the college of Troy.
Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points in an NBA basketball game.
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