1 time 1974-75 bob knights Indiana hoosiers
Actually, UNLV did it in 1990-91 (for the regular season). There stil could be others, I haven't researched it.
Actually UCLA did it at least 4 times: 1963-64, 1966-67, 1971-72, and 1997-73. I say "at least" 4 times since my reference only lists undefeated seasons that include the tournament, so I'm not 100% sure that there were no additional undefeated regular seasons.
Actually, North Carolina did it in 1924 and 1957, winning national championships in both seasons (the '24 one is sometimes disputed due to how it was received...the Helms Foundation at that time voted a team to be the national champion).
UNLV was undefeated in the regular season during the 1991 season, eventually losing to Duke in the NCAA tournament.
Indiana University was the last team to go undefeated during the regular and post season. They were 32-0 in 1976.
These schools finished their Basketball seasons without losing a single game: 1. 1956 San Francisco men(29-0) 2. 1957 North Carolina men(32-0) 3. 1964 UCLA men(30-0) 4. 1972 UCLA men (30-0) 5. 1973 UCLA men (30-0) 6. 1976 Indiana men (32-0) 7. 1986 Texas women (34-0) 8. 1995 Connecticut women (35-0) 9. 1998 Tennessee women (39-0) 10. 2002 Connecticut women (39-0) 11. 2009 Connecticut women (39-0)
I don't know the actual number but I'll start off the discussion with the fact that the most recent undefeated teams were the 1975 and 1976 Indiana Hoosiers. They lost in the tourney in '75 and gave Bob Knight his first championship by going undefeated in both season and tourney in '76.
1 The Baylor Lady Bears
University of Memphis Basketball Team is undefeated.
Division 2, Gannon University in Erie, PA.
Syracuse, Baylor, Missouri, Murry St.
Ohio State, kansas, and san Diego state
D1 Basketball is Division 1 with all of the Major NCAA Teams.
There are 338 teams within 37 conferences
There are many division 1 NCAA women's basketball teams. Some of these include the University of Florida, the University of California Berkley, and the University of Illinois.
12 What are their names?
a lot of teams. In fact, about 100!