Oklahoma state not sure how many but they have the most
Type your answer here... North Carolina
There are around 1000 NCAA basketball schools in total, with 351 schools in 32 Division I basketball conferences. There are also other divisions, but only Division I gets shown on TV, and contains most of the players that go into the NBA.
Florida State with 26 straight.
NCAA Division I -- 73, Wichita State 1982 (14 losses) NCAA Division II -- 61, Kennesaw (Ga.) State 1998 (5 losses) NCAA Division III -- 59, Marietta (Ohio) College 1981 (5 losses) NAIA -- 73, Oklahoma City, 2007 (7 losses)
I think that the University of Michigan has the most NCAA championships
North Carolina, Kentucky, Kansas, UCLA, Indiana, Duke
Travis Grant of Kentucky State (div 2) holds the NCAA all-division record with 4045 points.
UPenn and Drexel in Philadelphia. They are at most a block away from each other.
The University of Tennessee's women's basketball team has the most Womens Division 1 NCAA National Titles.
The UCLA Bruins have the most NCAA Championships, with 11 total titles, among all schools.
Kentucky has won over 2000 games in its legendary NCAA history. 2052 as of 11-7-11, The most of any NCAA team in any division. They also lead all schools in winning percentage at 76%. Their all time record is 2052-647
St. Louis University, a jesuit college in St. Louis holds the record with 10
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With 11 national titles, UCLA holds the record for the most NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championships.
UCLA with 11.
The NCAA record for most touchdown receptions in a single season belongs to David Kircus. In 2002, Kircus had 35 receiving touchdowns for Division II Grand Valley State.
most top schools like Texas, USC, and Alabama, but also some other schools like Virginia, Florida State, and Ohio State
Last year UCLA was the first to reach 100 NCAA chanpionships.
The Mount Union Purple Raiders with 11. Note that Division 1-A does not have "NCAA titles".