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Q: How many division one catholic schools have basketball teams?
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How many division one basketball schools are there?

There are 346 mens basketball teams in the NCAA Division I.


How many division 2 Womens basketball teams are there?

282 schools are in DIVISION 2.


How many division 1 schools exist?

Division 1 schools can have varying numbers depending on the sport. Currently, basketball has the most with 344 teams in Division I.


How many Division 1 NCAA basketball teams are there?

346 teams in 32 conferences plus 4 independent schools.


How many div 3 basketball teams are there?

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.


How many division one catholic schools have football teams?

2, Boston college and notre dame


How many Division 2 basketball teams are there?

There are 265 teams in Division II of college basketball. In comparison, there are 325 in Division I, and 325 in Division III.


How many NCAA division 1A basketball teams are there in US?

There are currently 347 teams in NCAA Division 1 Basketball.


How many D1 basketball teams are there?

343 total Division I basketball teams.


How many NCAA division 1 AA schools are there with baseball teams?

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.


How many Division 1 NCAA women basketball teams are there?

== == In Division I, there are 347 teams.


How many division 2 and 3 NCAA basketball teams are there?

According the website USBasket.com, there are 325 teams in Division I, 265 teams in Division II, 325 teams in Division III and 259 teams in NAIA.


How many d2 college basketball teams are there?

Currently there are 265 Division II college basketball teams.


Which Division 1 NCAA basketball team has a live mascot?

NCAA Division 1 Basketball teams


Why did the catholic colleges kick everybody else out of the big east?

In short, they didn't. (The upshot answer is in boldface type in the last paragraph.) The fuller story is this.The original Big East teams were schools that were seeking a competitive NCAA Division I basketball conference. Almost all of the original (1979) member schools were Catholic institutions located in Eastern seaboard states and Washington, DC: Boston College (MA), Providence (RI), St. John's (NY), Seton Hall (NJ) and Georgetown (DC). The other two original members were Syracuse (NY) and Connecticut, both non-Catholicschools. Villanova(PA), a Catholic school joined in the conference's second year. Pittsburgh (PA), a non-Catholicschool joined in the conference's fourth season. Other schools were added through the years, both Catholic and not.By the turn of the century, the economics of college athletics had brought about the need to provide a competitive program for those schools also fielding Division I football teams. This led to the inclusion of other schools, some Catholic and some not. The additional schools often were not even in the Eastern seaboard states. Some of the member schools opted to leave the Big East for conferences that were already competitive in both basketball and football (e.g.,Boston College to the Atlantic Coast Conference)In 2012, as the few remaining schools in the Big East with Division I football teams began accepting offers from other established conferences, the conference was left with a defactodispersal. Since original Catholicmembers Providence, St. John's, Seton Hall and Georgetownwere among those not leaving for another conference and fellow Catholic member schools Marquette, DePauland Villanovawere in the same situation, they opted to return to the conference's original concept as a Division I basketballconference and reasonably claimed title to the name of that conference. To bolster the conference's strength, those schools have invited a few other similar schools to join-- and for the most part, Catholic colleges don't field Division I NCAA teams.


How many Division 1 men's basketball conferences are there?

There are 32 different division 1 men's basketball conferences with 346 division 1 basketball teams with all conferences combined.


When was the last time division I lost to a division II?

In football, Division II programs rarely, if ever, play Division I-FBS programs. Each year, a handful of Division I-FCS (I-AA) schools lose to a Division II opponent. In basketball, Division II schools beat Division I schools annually, but most of the Division I programs are "low major" programs, meaning they are weak teams in weak conferences. The last "shocking" loss in basketball was in November, 2007 when #8 Michigan State lost at home to Division II Grand Valley State, 85-82 in double overtime.


What d1 basketball?

D1 Basketball is Division 1 with all of the Major NCAA Teams.


How many Division I men's basketball teams are there?

344


How many division 1a basketball teams?

296


How many division 1 basketball teams in the nit?

there are 32 teams in the NIT tournament


How college basketball teams are there?

345 Division 1 teams as of 2010-2011 season.


How many basketball teams are there?

There are 345 division 1 teams as of the 2010-2011 season.


What is the average arena capacity for Division I basketball?

While some schools (Kentucky and Syracuse, among others) play in arenas that house over 20,000 spectators, most Division 1 teams play in arenas that seat 5,000-10,000 fans. Some smaller Division 1 schools may have home courts that barely hold 2,000.


How much money do schools usually generate through their basketball teams?

Schools earn about a quarter of what it costs to run a basketball program.