syracuse vs nova 2012 34,161
Mens Basketball=UCLA has won 11 titles. Kentucky has won 7.==Kentucky has the most total wins in NCAA tournament games at 97. NCAA vacated 2-1 tournament record (1988). Actual number of wins is 99.=
Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan set the record on December 13, 2003 with a recorded attendance of 78,129. The game was held between the Michigan State University Spartans and the University of Kentucky Wildcats. The Wildcats won the game, dubbed "The Basketbowl" with a score of 79-74.
Kentucky has been in the NCAA men's basketball tournament a record 52 times through 2013.
Duke 1, Missouri 0 (2001 ncaa tournament won by Duke)
Kemba Walker from UCONN.
John Hensen from UNC
The world record attendance for any basketball game, indoor or outdoor, is believed to be the Cup Winners' Cup final between AEK Athens and Slavia Prague on April 4, 1968 at the ancient marble Kallimarmaro Stadium in Athens, Greece, where 80,000 were seated for the game as an estimated 40,000 more followed from outside.
UCLA has the record for winning by 49 points
Syracuse University Carrier Dome, on March 5, 2006, 33633. Syracuse vs Nova.
Meetings record time and attendance so that there is an accurate record of who was there and for how long.
Western Kentucky (automatic bid) with a record 0f 15-18 is the worst record by a team in the dance in over 10 years!
Seven 1n 1981
Absolutely. The winner of the Mountain West Tournament gets an automatic bid into the NCAA Basketball Tournament. Other teams can also gain entry, if selected by the NCAA Selection Committee. The committee bases their choices on regular season record and strength of schedule, amongst other factors.
Florida St. was selected as an at-large with a 6-10 conference record in 1998.
As of the 2008 tournament, that record is held by UCLA with 38 consecutive wins in the NCAA tournament between 1964-1974. Duke is second with 13 between 1991-1993.
the University of Kentucky has the NCAA record for most wins in college basketball history
No, because then it is going to be another school's attendance record.