Austin Carr, 61 points for Notre Dame vs. Ohio University in 1970.
Kevin Bradshaw, US International (Alliant Intl), scored 72 points against Loyola Marymount on 01/05/91 which is the record for most points scored by a D1 player against a D1 school. Frank Selvy of Furman scored 100 points against Newberry College (D2) on 02/13/54.
The highest point total by a team in the national championship game is 103 by UNLV when they defeated Duke 103-73 in 1990. UNLV is the only team to have scored 100+ points in a national championship game.
Troy State (div 2), 258 points ! Troy State (div 2) scored 258 points in one game in 1992.
She scored 47 points
John Pierce of David Lipscomb College: 4230 points. According to the NCAA record book, David Lipscomb College was not a recognized NCAA school when Hutcheson and Pierce played. I believe Lipscomb is now an NCAA recognized division 3 school. The all-time NCAA-recognized points leader is Travis Grant of Kentucky State (div 2) with 4045 points.
Frank Selvy is the only person to score 100 points in an NCAA Division I game. He scored exactly 100 for Furman University against Newberry College in a 149-95 rout on February 13, 1954. (41-66 FG, 18-22 FT Clarence "Bevo" Francis has the NCAA all-Division record of 113 points while playing for Rio Grande College (now the University of Rio Grande) against Hillsdale College on February 2, 1954. Francis also holds the NAIA mark of 116 points for Rio against Ashland College on January 19, 1953, but this is not recognized by the NCAA because it did not occur in a game against a four-year institution
The Curry brothers-- Steph (Davidson) and Seth (currently at Duke) just passed the Hansbroughs for the all-time lead for brother scoring in NCAA history.
Frank Selvy scored 1209 points for Furman in 1954 to lead division one with a 41.7 average. Bevo Francis of Rio Grande also scored 1255 points in 1954 to lead division three with a 46.5 average.ANSWERIt was actually Johnny O'Brien, one half of the famous O'Brien twins in the 1951-52 season. During that season O'Brien scored 1,051 points for Seattle University giving them a berth into The National Invitational Tournament that season. The following year in the 1952-53 season he scored 916 points to finish his collegiate career with 2,733 points and leading Seattle University to their first NCAA Tournament berth. Following his successful collegiate basketball and baseball career, he along with his brother Eddie, were drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1953.
"Pistol" Pete Maravich scored 3,667 career points for LSU. He ended his college career in 1970. In that era, freshman were not allowed to play on the varsity team, so Pete achieved his scoring total in only 3 college seasons. He averaged around 44 points a game each season for 3 years. And there was no 3 point line back then.
Bevo Francis, #32 for Rio Grande College, scored 113 pts in an NCAA Division II games against Hillsdale College.