258. Courtesy of the college of Troy.
Wilt Chamberlain 100 points in the 1960's
258 points by Troy University in a 258 − 141 win over Devry in 1992.
Pete Maravich set the NCAA Division I scoring record with 3,667 points scored.
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pete maravich, who also holds the scoring record pete maravich, who also holds the scoring record
He played basketball for the University of Michigan from 1940 to 1943. He was the team's leading scorer for two consecutive years and set the school's single season scoring record with 230 points during the 1941-42 season.
That would be Clarence "Bevo" Francis, who scored 113 points for Rio Grande College back on February 2, 1954. He holds many scoring records, although with much uproar due to the lack of competition.
The highest scoring record in 2012 was 98-86 against the team St. John's. Their best overall performance counted 94-71 against the basketball team Rosement.
Of course Lebron James on the Cleveland cavaliers. He was second in scoring, among the leaders in rebounds, 6th in assists, and the a leader of the rest of the categories. He also lead his team to the best record in the NBA.
Pete Maravich of LSU holds the all-time NCAA Division I record for career scoring with an average of 44.2 points. He scored a total of 3667 over 3 years. As a sophomore he averaged 43.8 points, as a junior he averaged 44.2 points and as a senior he averaged 44.5 points per game.
Wilt Chamberlain scoring 100 points in one game in 1962
On December 14, 2005 the Princeton Tigers lost to the Monmouth Hawks. The final score was Monmouth 41 - Princeton 21, and it set a record for the lowest scoring college basketball game in the modern era. (Source:www.sportsrecords.us/lowest-scoring-college-basketball-game) I remember another score that is very less than 41 - 21. In 1970 or 71 a game finished 7 - 4. ( What is intended for modern era?) I don't remember the teams but they were small college teams. If modern era is after 1970, then Tennessee vs Temple 11 - 6 on December 15, 1973 could qualify for second lowest.