NCAA division 1 AA (or FCS) is a designation given only to College Football programs. The vast majority, if not all, of the schools with football teams that play in division 1 AA have athletic teams that compete in Division 1 for other sports. Because cross country is a mainstream sport at the high school and college level, it seems fair to assume that almost all of these schools have cross country programs.
The NCAA has about 1,200 member schools.
There are about 119 ncaa division 1 football schools.
1,000 schools participate at the NCAA division 2
42 Total 1 football 1 basketball, and 40 in Mens track and cross country.
86 of them
NCAA is typically bigger schools like Florida, Texas, UCLA, Tennessee. NAIA is smaller schools, many private schools, but still highly competitive. These include Lee University (NAIA College World Series 2 years in a row) and AUM (Auburn University of Montgomery). These schools are highly competitive, and many of them could compete in the NCAA.
There are 347 schools in 32 Division I basketball conferences.
The University of Houston has had 17 NCAA-recognized National Championship Teams comprised of 16 Golf National Championships and 1 Cross Country National Championship. The school has also had numerous individual NCAA National Champions and Olympic Gold Medalists.
There were no schools from New Jersey represented in the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament.
3 schools louisville, Kentucky and western Kentucky
There are 346 mens basketball teams in the NCAA Division I.
One - Texas Western in 1966.
There are 240 NCAA division 3 schools with softball programs.
2 Boston College and Notre Dame
There are about 216 d1 schools so about 2,500.
Within FBS there is 128 schools and within FCS there is 124 schools. So as a whole, division 1 has 152 football programs.