With 11 national titles, UCLA holds the record for the most NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championships.
The University of Kentucky holds the record for the most Division 1 Men's College Basketball wins with 2,052 as of 11/2/2011.
Pete Maravich set the NCAA Division I scoring record with 3,667 points scored.
Go to the NCAA website->Statistics->Record Books->2011-2012->Division I.
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St. Louis University, a jesuit college in St. Louis holds the record with 10
For Division 1, Virginia Tech has the highest raking in Virginia for college softball and is currently ranked number 52nd in the nation. Their record last season was 37-20. The University of Virginia is ranked 65th in the nation with a losing record of 24-31 last season. In West Virginia, West Virginia Wesleyan is ranked 20th in the nation for Division II schools, with a 48-8 record, dominating their region with a 38-3 in-region record. West Virginia State, another Division II school, had a winning record on the season and was ranked 10th in the Atlantic region. Christopher Newport University, a Division III public liberal arts college in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia, was ranked 3rd in the nation for Division III schools last season with a 38-12 record. Virginia Wesleyan is ranked 25th in the nation for Division III schools with a 29-11 record last season.
Sandora Irvin TCU
a division record is the win-loss total within a teams conference/division (sec, acc, big ten, etc.) overall record is the win-loss total for all games a team plays, including those not in their conference/division
the University of Kentucky has the NCAA record for most wins in college basketball history
Dante Brown for any division LaDainian Tomlinson for Division I
John Hensen from UNC
Travis Grant played at Kentucky State in the 70s. They were an NCAA school at that time. Division One: Pete Maravich, LSU, 3667 points. Division Two: Travis Grant, Kentucky State, 4045 points. Division Three: John Pierce, David Lipscomb College, 4230 points. David Lipscomb College was not an NCAA-recognized school when Pierce played. The all-time NCAA division 3 record is held by Andre Foreman of Salisbury College with 2940 points in 109 games...(27.0 ppg). Travis Grant's record is an NAIA record as well. Kentucky State and Lipscomb were both NAIA schools during each player's era. While Grant was at KSU, it was, as were other schools, NCAA Division II, but had the option of playing in the NAIA Tournament. Since the Division II Tourney was played on individual courts, much like the NIT, and the NAIA was on a neutral court, they decided to play there and won three consecutive championships while he starred.
David Robinson holds the record with 207 blocks in a season.