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    NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament records

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    Contents

    1 Champions, runners-up, and locations

    2 All-time coaching records

    2.1 Tournament Game Wins

    2.2 Final Four appearances by coach

    2.3 Multiple championship coaches

    3 All-time team records

    3.1 NCAA Championships

    3.2 NCAA Championship Game appearances

    3.3 NCAA Tournament Final Four appearances

    3.4 Consecutive NCAA Tournament Final Four appearances

    3.5 NCAA Tournament appearances

    3.6 Consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances

    3.7 NCAA Tournament victories

    4 Individual single-game records

    5 Team single-game records

    5.1 All tournament games

    5.2 National Championship game

    6 Final Four records

    7 References 8 External links

    Champions, runners-up, and locations[edit]

    Main article: List of NCAA Division I men's basketball champions

    Year Champion Runner-up Venue and city

    2001 Duke (3) 82 Arizona 72 Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome Minneapolis, Minnesota (3)

    2002 Maryland 64 Indiana 52 Georgia Dome Atlanta, Georgia (2)

    2003 Syracuse 81 Kansas 78 Louisiana Superdome New Orleans, Louisiana (4)

    2004 Connecticut (2) 82 Georgia Tech 73 Alamodome San Antonio, Texas (2)

    2005 North Carolina (4) 75 Illinois 70 Edward Jones Dome St. Louis, Missouri (3)

    2006 Florida 73 UCLA 57 RCA Dome Indianapolis, Indiana (5)

    2007 Florida (2) 84 Ohio State 75 Georgia Dome Atlanta, Georgia (3)

    2008† Kansas (3) 75 Memphis* 68 Alamodome San Antonio, Texas (3)

    2009 North Carolina (5) 89 Michigan State 72 Ford Field Detroit, Michigan

    2010 Duke (4) 61 Butler 59 Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis, Indiana (6)

    2011 Connecticut (3) 53 Butler 41 Reliant Stadium Houston, Texas (2)

    2012 Kentucky (8) 67 Kansas 59 Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans, Louisiana (5)

    2013 Louisville* (3) 82 Michigan 76 Georgia Dome Atlanta, Georgia (4)

    2014 Connecticut (4) 60 Kentucky 54 AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas

    2015 Duke (5) 68 Wisconsin 63 Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis, Indiana (7)

    2016 Villanova (2) 77 North Carolina 74 NRG Stadium Houston, Texas (3)

    2017 North Carolina (6) 71 Gonzaga 65 University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale, Arizona

    2018 Villanova (3) 79 Michigan 62 Alamodome San Antonio, Texas (4)

    2019† Virginia 85 Texas Tech 77 U.S. Bank Stadium Minneapolis, Minnesota (4)

    2021 Baylor 86 Gonzaga 70 Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis, Indiana (8)

    * Vacated by NCAA.

    † Overtime game. Multiple †'s indicate number of overtimes.

    All-time coaching records[edit]

    Tournament Game Wins[edit]

    Coach School Wins

    Mike Krzyzewski Duke 101[1]

    Roy Williams Kansas, North Carolina 77

    Dean Smith North Carolina 65

    Jim Boeheim Syracuse 57

    Tom Izzo Michigan State 52

    Jim Calhoun Connecticut 49

    John Wooden UCLA 47

    Bill Self Oral Roberts, Tulsa, Illinois, Kansas 47

    John Calipari UMass, Memphis, Kentucky 46

    Lute Olson Iowa, Arizona 46

    Bob Knight Indiana, Texas Tech 45

    Final Four appearances by coach[edit]

    Coach School Appearances

    Mike Krzyzewski Duke 13

    John Wooden UCLA 12

    Dean Smith North Carolina 11

    Roy Williams Kansas, North Carolina 9

    Tom Izzo Michigan State 8

    Rick Pitino Providence, Kentucky, Louisville* 7*

    Denny Crum Louisville 6

    Adolph Rupp Kentucky 6

    John Calipari Massachusetts*, Memphis*, Kentucky 6*

    Bob Knight Indiana 5

    Guy Lewis Houston 5

    Lute Olson Iowa, Arizona 5

    Jim Boeheim Syracuse 5

    * Vacated by NCAA.

    Multiple championship coaches[edit]

    Coach School Championships

    John Wooden UCLA 10

    Mike Krzyzewski Duke 5

    Adolph Rupp Kentucky 4

    Roy Williams North Carolina 3

    Jim Calhoun Connecticut 3

    Bob Knight Indiana 3

    Denny Crum Louisville 2

    Billy Donovan Florida 2

    Henry Iba Oklahoma State 2

    Ed Jucker Cincinnati 2

    Branch McCracken Indiana 2

    Dean Smith North Carolina 2

    Phil Woolpert San Francisco 2

    Jay Wright Villanova 2

    Rick Pitino Louisville* & Kentucky 2

    * Vacated by NCAA.

    All-time team records[edit]

    NCAA Championships[edit]

    Rank School # and Coach(es)

    1 UCLA 11 – John Wooden (10), Jim Harrick (1)

    2 Kentucky 8 – Adolph Rupp (4), Joe B. Hall (1), Rick Pitino (1), Tubby Smith (1), John Calipari (1)

    3 North Carolina 6 – Frank McGuire (1), Dean Smith (2), Roy Williams (3)

    4 Duke 5 – Mike Krzyzewski

    4 Indiana 5 – Branch McCracken (2), Bob Knight (3)

    6 Connecticut 4 – Jim Calhoun (3), Kevin Ollie (1)

    7 Kansas 3 – Phog Allen (1), Larry Brown (1), Bill Self (1)

    7 Villanova 3 – Jay Wright (2), Rollie Massimino (1)

    9 Louisville 2* – Denny Crum (2)

    10 Cincinnati 2 – Ed Jucker

    10 Florida 2 – Billy Donovan

    10 Michigan State 2 – Jud Heathcote (1), Tom Izzo (1)

    10 NC State 2 – Norm Sloan (1), Jim Valvano (1)

    10 Oklahoma State 2 – Henry Iba

    Source : en.wikipedia.org

    NCAA Tournament wins by coach: Most national championships in March Madness history

    Which coaches have performed best under the pressure of March? The list of those with multiple national championships may be shorter than you think.

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    Of course, coming out on top over the other 67 teams in the field is no easy task. Only three active coaches — MIke Krzyzewski, Roy Williams and Jay Wright — have won multiple national championships. They all remain far behind John Wooden, who is atop the leaderboard.

    The unpredictability of March hasn't treated other notable coaches as well as far as trophies go. Hall of Famers Bill Self, Tom Izzo, John Calipari and Jim Boeheim will aim to join the multiple national championships club this year.

    MORE: Most NCAA Tournament wins by school

    Here are the coaches who have soared above the rest in March.

    List of national championship wins by coach

    Coach National titles Most recent Runner-up finishes

    John Wooden 10 1975 0

    Mike Krzyzewski 5 2015 4

    Adolph Rupp 4 1958 1

    Roy Williams 3 2017 3

    Jim Calhoun 3 2011 0

    Bob Knight 3 1987 0 Denny Crum 2 1986 0

    Billy Donovan 2 2007 1

    Henry Iba 2 1946 1 Ed Jucker 2 1962 1

    Branch McCracken 2 1953 0

    Dean Smith 2 1993 3

    Phil Woolpert 2 1956 0

    Jay Wright 2 2018 0

    Rick Pitino 2 2013* 1

    Howard Hobson 1 1939 0

    Bud Foster 1 1941 0

    Everett Dean 1 1942 0

    Everett Shelton 1 1943 0

    Vadal Peterson 1 1944 0

    Doggie Julian 1 1947 0

    Nat Holman 1 1950 0 Phog Allen 1 1952 2

    Ken Loeffler 1 1954 1

    Frank McGuire 1 1957 1

    Pete Newell 1 1959 1

    Fred Taylor 1 1960 2

    George Ireland 1 1963 0

    Don Haskins 1 1966 0

    Norm Sloan 1 1974 0 Al McGuire 1 1977 1

    Joe B. Hall 1 1978 1

    Jud Heathcote 1 1979 0

    Jim Valvano 1 1983 0

    John Thompson 1 1984 2

    Rollie Massimino 1 1985 0

    Larry Brown 1 1988 1*

    Steve Fisher 1 1989 2*

    Nolan Richardson 1 1994 1

    Jim Harrick 1 1995 0

    Lute Olson 1 1997 1

    Tubby Smith 1 1998 0

    Tom Izzo 1 2000 1

    Gary Williams 1 2002 0

    Jim Boeheim 1 2003 2

    Bill Self 1 2008 1

    John Calipari 1 2012 2*

    Kevin Ollie 1 2014 0

    *Includes vacated championships/runner-up finishes

    Which coach has the most NCAA Tournament wins? 

    Coach Wins Losses Winning percentage

    Mike Krzyzewski 94 29 .764

    Roy Williams 77 25 .755

    Dean Smith 65 27 .707

    Jim Boeheim* 57 32 .640

    Rick Pitino* 54 19 .740

    Jim Calhoun* 49 20 .710

    Tom Izzo 48 20 .706

    John Wooden 47 10 .824

    Bill Self 47 19 .712

    Lute Olson 46 28 .622

    *Includes vacated wins

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    Men's DI college basketball coaches with the most wins

    In the history of Division I men’s college basketball, only 124 coaches have amassed at least 500 wins.

    DANIEL WILCO | NCAA.COM | MARCH 26, 2022

    Men's DI college basketball coaches with the most wins

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    Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski began the 2021-22 season with more than 1,000 victories to make him the all-time winningest coach in men's DI college basketball history. He's also the only DI men's coach — so far — to win more than 1,000 games.

    And only two other active coaches at the Division I level have picked up 800 wins in their careers prior to the start of this season:

    Syracuse’s Jim Boeheim is 982-409. Boeheim — a 1966 graduate of Syracuse — has coached every single one of his wins at his alma mater.

    West Virginia’s Bob Huggins is 900-382 in his career, which saw stops at Walsh, Karon, Cincinnati, and Kansas State.

    Here is the full list of the 124 Division I men's basketball coaches with 500 or more wins before the start of the 2021-22 season.

    (All stats were current through the start of the 2021-22 season and taken from the NCAA’s official records, which can be found here)

    RANK COACH SEASONS WINS LOSSES TIES WL% SCHOOL(S)

    1 Mike Krzyzewski 46 1170 361 0 0.764 Army West Point (1975-76 - 1979-80); Duke (1980-81 - 2019-21)

    2 Jim Boeheim 45 982 409 0 0.706 Syracuse (1976-77 - 2019-21)

    3 Jim Calhoun 43 918 397 0 0.698 Northeastern (1972-73 - 1985-86); UConn (1986-87 - 2011-12); St. Joseph (CT) (2018-19 - 2019-21)

    4 Roy Williams 33 903 264 0 0.774 Kansas (1988-89 - 2002-03); North Carolina (2003-04 - 2019-21)

    5 Bob Knight 42 902 371 0 0.709 Army West Point (1965-66 - 1970-71); Indiana (1971-72 - 1999-00); Texas Tech (2001-02 - 2007-08)

    6 Bob Huggins 39 900 382 0 0.702 Walsh (1980-81 - 1982-83); Akron (1984-85 - 1988-89); Cincinnati (1989-90 - 2004-05); Kansas St. (2006-07 - 2006-07); West Virginia (2007-08 - 2019-21)

    7 Dean Smith 36 879 254 0 0.776 North Carolina (1961-62 - 1996-97)

    8 Adolph Rupp 41 876 190 0 0.822 Kentucky (1930-31 - 1971-72)

    9 Jim Phelan 49 830 524 0 0.613 Mount St. Mary's (1954-55 - 2002-03)

    10 Rollie Massimino 41 816 462 0 0.638 Stony Brook (1969-70 - 1970-71); Villanova (1973-74 - 1991-92); UNLV (1992-93 - 1993-94); Cleveland St. (1996-97 - 2002-03); Keiser (2006-07 - 2016-17)

    11 Eddie Sutton 37 806 326 0 0.712 Arkansas (1974-75 - 1984-85); Creighton (1969-70 - 1973-74); Kentucky (1985-86 - 1988-89); Oklahoma St. (1990-91 - 2005-06); San Francisco (2007-08 - 2007-08)

    12 Rick Byrd 38 805 403 0 0.666 Maryville (TN) (1978-79 - 1979-80); Lincoln Memorial (1983-84 - 1985-86); Belmont (1986-87 - 2018-19)

    13 Cliff Ellis 43 798 526 0 0.603 South Alabama (1975-76 - 1983-84); Clemson (1984-85 - 1993-94); Auburn (1994-95 - 2003-04); Coastal Caro. (2007-08 - 2019-21)

    14 Lefty Driesell 41 786 394 0 0.666 Davidson (1960-61 - 1968-69); Georgia St. (1997-98 - 2002-03); James Madison (1988-89 - 1996-97); Maryland (1969-70 - 1985-86)

    15 Lute Olson 34 781 279 0 0.737 Long Beach St. (1973-74 - 1973-74); Iowa (1974-75 - 1982-83); Arizona (1983-84 - 2006-07)

    16 Lou Henson 41 779 412 0 0.654 Hardin-Simmons (1962-63 - 1965-66); Illinois (1975-76 - 1995-96); New Mexico St. (1966-67 - 2004-05)

    17 Ed Diddle 42 759 302 0 0.715 Western Ky. (1922-23 - 1963-64)

    18 Henry Iba 41 755 340 0 0.689 Colorado (1933-34 - 1933-34); Northwest Mo. St. (1929-30 - 1932-33); Oklahoma St. (1934-35 - 1969-70)

    19 John Beilein 37 754 425 0 0.640 Nazareth (1982-83 - 1982-83); Le Moyne (1983-84 - 1991-92); Canisius (1992-93 - 1996-97); Richmond (1997-98 - 2001-02); West Virginia (2002-03 - 2006-07); Michigan (2007-08 - 2018-19)

    20 Bo Ryan 32 747 233 0 0.762 Wis.-Platteville (1984-85 - 1998-99); Milwaukee (1999-00 - 2000-01); Wisconsin (2001-02 - 2015-16)

    21 Phog Allen 50 746 264 0 0.739 Baker (1905-06 - 1907-08); Central Mo. (1912-13 - 1918-19); Haskell (1908-09 - 1908-09); Kansas (1907-08 - 1955-56)

    22 John Calipari 29 742 231 0 0.763 Massachusetts (1988-89 - 1995-96); Memphis (2000-01 - 2008-09); Kentucky (2009-10 - 2019-21)

    23 John Chaney 34 741 312 0 0.704 Cheyney State (1972-73 - 1981-82); Temple (1982-83 - 2005-06)

    24 Bill Self* 28 729 223 0 0.766 Oral Roberts (1993-94 - 1996-97); Tulsa (1997-98 - 1999-00); Illinois (2000-01 - 2002-03); Kansas (2003-04 - 2019-21)

    25 Norm Stewart 38 729 373 0 0.662 Missouri (1967-68 - 1998-99); UNI (1961-62 - 1966-67)

    26 Rick Barnes 34 727 387 0 0.653 George Mason (1987-88 - 1987-88); Providence (1988-89 - 1993-94); Clemson (1994-95 - 1997-98); Texas (1998-99 - 2014-15); Tennessee (2015-16 - 2019-21)

    27 Jerry Tarkanian 31 729 201 0 0.784 Fresno St. (1995-96 - 2001-02); Long Beach St. (1968-69 - 1972-73); UNLV (1973-74 - 1991-92)

    28 Ray Meyer 42 724 354 0 0.672 DePaul (1942-43 - 1983-84)

    29 Jerry Slocum 42 723 556 0 0.565 Nyack (1975-76 - 1986-87); Geneva (1987-88 - 1995-96); Gannon (1996-97 - 2004-05); Youngstown St. (2005-06 - 2016-17)

    30 Don Haskins 38 719 353 0 0.671 UTEP (1961-62 - 1998-99)

    31 Richard Schmidt 38 711 400 0 0.640 Vanderbilt (1979-80 - 1980-81); Tampa (1983-84 - 2019-1)

    32 Larry Hunter 38 702 453 0 0.608 Wittenberg (1976-77 - 1988-89); Ohio (1989-90 - 2000-01); Western Caro. (2005-06 - 2017-18)

    33 Dana Altman 32 690 353 0 0.662 Marshall (1989-90 - 1989-90); Kansas St. (1990-91 - 1993-94); Creighton (1994-95 - 2009-10); Oregon (2010-11 - 2019-21)

    34 Mike Montgomery 32 677 317 0 0.681 California (2008-09 - 2013-14); Montana (1978-79 - 1985-86); Stanford (1986-87 - 2003-04)

    Source : www.ncaa.com

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