There are about 119 ncaa division 1 football schools.
1,000 schools participate at the NCAA division 2
There are 347 schools in 32 Division I basketball conferences.
86 of them
There are 346 mens basketball teams in the NCAA Division I.
There are 238 Division 1 AA schools that have baseball teams. Also known as Division 2, these schools tend to be smaller than Division 1 schools.
There are 240 NCAA division 3 schools with softball programs.
Currently there are 282 either full or provisional members of Division II.
According to Yahoo Sports, there are 199 schools playing Division III football. Click on the 'NCAA Division III Schools' link on this page to see a list of those schools.
Within FBS there is 128 schools and within FCS there is 124 schools. So as a whole, division 1 has 152 football programs.
Eight teams took part in the 1939 NCAA Men's Division I basketball tournament. Oregon won the title and Ohio State was the runner-up. It was the first title game for both schools.
The NCAA has about 1,200 member schools.
NCAA Division III is made up of 444 member institutions. It is the largest NCAA division. It has more participants (about 170,000 student-athletes) and number of schools than any other NCAA division. There are 413 NCAA Division III Men's Basketball teams and 434 Women's teams.
As of the 2007 season, there are 111 Division 1-AA schools playing football. Click on the 'Division 1-AA' link on this page to see a list of those schools.
2 Boston College and Notre Dame
There are about 216 d1 schools so about 2,500.
There are 119 NCAA Division 1-A football schools and 109 Division 1-AA football schools. There about 200 Division II and 200 Division III football schools and about 75 NAIA football schools. That makes around 700 and that doesn't include junior college football.
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Because there were too many teams to all be in one division.
346 teams in 32 conferences plus 4 independent schools.
There are 303 Division I schools sponsoring Men's Golf as of the 2009-2010 School Year See related links for a list.
as of the early 2000's there are none. It is only division I and III. This was done because the schools that had a D2 program were primarialy ivy and private schools, and there simply werent enough teams to make money. When the NCAA closed down the D2 programs, schools had the option of going to D1 or D3.