Pete Maravich (aka 'Pistol Pete') of LSU still holds the record for All-Time Leading Scorer in NCAA Division I Men's Basketball! What you might also want to know is that he set this record in only THREE seasons, not FOUR. His record still holds at 3,667 points. His closest competitor was Freeman Williams of Portland State, who still fell short by 418 points after FOUR Seasons of play.
Tony Kline, Texas Longhorns, 1986 Travis Grant of Kentucky State (div 2) scored 4045 points in his career, an all-time NCAA record. Travis Grant played at Kentucky state when it was an NAIA school. Pete Maravich still holds the NCAA record. John Pierce of David Lipscomb holds the NAIA and ALL of College B ball record
Pete Maravich is the all time scoring leader. He averaged 44.2 points a game during his 4 year college career. According to Dale Brown, his coach at LSU, who conducted research to adjust his points total if the 3 point shot had been around he would have averaged 13 three pointers per game. That would have made his career average 57 points per game.
Christian Laettner, Duke, 407 points
Jimmer Fredette. BYU. 26.7 PPG
REGGIE WILLIAMS VIRGINIA MILITARY
Pete Maravich, with 3667 points.
The first NCAA Basketball Tournament was held in 1939.
The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament went to 64 teams in 1985.
UNC was a number 1 seed in the 2009 NCAA basketball tournament.
No, Illinois has never won the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.