in 2000 raheim lamb and Raymond noiles led the team in scoring
Only 4 teams have won the NCAA Men's Basketball tournament at least 5 Times. UCLA led by John Wooten has far more than any, at 11. Kentucky is #2 with 7 wins, and both North Carolina and Indiana have 5 each. -RTancredi
the NCAA team with the best winning percentage ever is the current Adrian College Bulldogs, Led by coach Ron Fogarty....... They are also only a 3rd year team......
Larry Brown led seven NBA teams (Nuggets, Nets, Spurs, Clippers, Pacers, 76ers and Pistons) to the NBA Playoffs.
The New York Yankees led the majors with 51 come from behind wins in 2009. They also led the majors with 15 walk-off wins. Second was the LA Dodgers with 48.
Brandon Webb of the Arizona Diamondbacks and Cliff Lee of the Cleveland Indians led MLB in wins in 2008 with 22.
In 2009, Adam Wainwright of the St. Louis Cardinals led the National League with 19 wins.
In 1980, Steve Stone of the Baltimore Orioles, led the league with 25 wins. Please tell me if I misunderstood the question or if I am wrong
Purdue's Basketball team lead under coach Matt Painter. He led the team to a season finishing standard of 16-18. They were not able to participate in March madness as they did not qualify due to their wins to losses ratio.
Manager-Led Work teams Self-Managing Teams Self-Directing Teams Self-Governing Teams
C.C. SabathiaC.C. Sabathia led the New York Yankees with 19 wins for the 2009 season. Andy Pettitte was second with 14 wins, the A.J. Burnett with 13 wins, Alfredo Aceves had 10 wins, and Joba Chamberlain 9 wins.
In MLB between 1900-2009, I count 7. 1) Justin Verlander, Detroit Tigers - led the AL with 17 losses in 2008 and tied for the AL lead in wins with 19 in 2009. 2) Phil Niekro, Atlanta Braves - led the NL with 18 losses in 1978 and tied for the NL lead in wins with 21 in 1979. 3) Mickey Lolich, Detroit Tigers - led the AL with 19 losses in 1970 and led the AL with 25 wins in 1971. 4) Hal Newhouser, Detroit Tigers - led the AL with 17 losses in 1947 and led the AL with 21 wins in 1948. 5) Dolf Luque, Cincinnati Reds - led the NL with 23 losses in 1922 and led the NL with 27 wins in 1923. 6) Ed Rommel, Philadelphia Athletics - led the AL with 23 losses in 1921 and led the AL with 27 wins in 1922. 7) Ed Cicotte, Chicago White Sox - led the AL with 19 losses in 1918 and led the AL with 29 wins in 1919.