There have been many great defensive players in college basketball history. However, the NCAA all-time steals leader is a guy named John Linehan who had 385 steals in 1997 with Providence.
NCAA leader is Jackie Stiles of SW Missouri State.
In one NCAA tournament game, Shaquille O'Neal blocked 11 shots.Single Game: Mickell Gladness, a 6-11 junior from Alabama A&M University blocked 16 shots against Texas Southern in a 79-73 victory in 2007.Career: The all-time leader in NCAA basketball is Jarvis Varnado. He played at Mississippi State and over a four year career (141 games) swatted 564 shots. Blocks records for NCAA ball technically started in 1986.Number 2 is Wojciech Mydra with 535.
the University of Kentucky has the NCAA record for most wins in college basketball history
Because she is the all-time strikeouts leader in NCAA softball history, she broke Cat Osterman's record (who is also on the team)
wilt chamberlain Tom Gola LaSalle '55 with 2201 rebounds is the D1 all-time leader.
Norte dame has more consecutive wins and overall championships in NCAA history.
The Kentucky Wildcats are the winningest team in NCAA Basketball history.
In the NCAA David Robinson at 207, in all levels of college Robert Joseph at 242 (NAIA, Union University)
Clement,of Grinnell (Div 3), has the most three-pointers in NCAA history. Jeff sunk 516 treys in 91 games for a per-game average of 5.67! Those Grinnell boys in the 1990's really shot those rainbows. Clement, Steve Diekmann and Ed Brands must have put on quite a show ! ...of Duke University has now surpassed Curtis Staples as the all-time NCAA leader in number of made 3 point field goals. 412...and counting (he is still active as of Feb 2006) * ...while playing for the U of Virginia. 411 made 3 pointers. * Previous answer was incorrect. Curtis Staples of UVA held the record but was 413 of 1079 shooting 3 pointers, both FG made and ATTEMPTS are NCAA records for 3 point FG. * JEFF CLEMENT is still the ALL-TIME NCAA leader. ** JJ REDICK is the DIVISION-I leader. John Grotberg Grinnell '09 just set a new record with 526 career treys.
In 2008 this was the first time in the history og Men's NCAA basketball tournment were all four number seeds have had it to the final four. In 2008 for the first time in history of the Men's NCAA basketball tournament all four number one seeds reached the NCAA final four.
Kenneth Faried Tom Gola of LaSalle '55 grabbed 2201 rebounds to be the all-time D1 leader.
Joakim Noah with 19