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Undefeated college basketball teams: How many national champions went unbeaten in NCAA Tournament era?

Mark Few's 2020-21 Gonzaga team team fell just short of becoming the first team since Bob Knight's 1975-76 Indiana Hoosiers to go undefeated on Monday.

The Bulldogs lost 86-70 to Baylor in the NCAA Tournament championship game, keeping intact for another year the stretch of no unbeaten teams in college basketball. They are the fifth teams to have entered the tournament unbeaten since '76, and each failed to reach that lofty height — including two teams that lost in the Final Four and two that lost in the national championship.

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Curiously, the team Gonzaga faced first in its bid for perfection is the only program in college basketball history with more than one undefeated season: UCLA. The Bruins have four such campaigns to their name, all under legendary coach John Wooden. Following his final undefeated team in 1972-73, only Knights' Hoosiers have remained unbeaten and won the national title.

The team Gonzaga lost to in the final was also considered a potential team to go unbeaten. But the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the Bears' season, contributing to two losses in their otherwise spotless season.

Here are the only teams to go undefeated in NCAA Tournament history:

What was the last team to go undefeated?

The last college basketball team to go undefeated and win the national title was Bob Knight's 1975-76 Hoosiers team. That squad, led by such talents as Scott May, Kent Benson, Tom Abernathy, Quinn Buckner, Bob Wilkerson and Wayne Radford — all future NBA players — went 32-0. They capped their season with five wins in the NCAA Tournament, which included only 25 teams at the time.

How many teams have been undefeated national champions?

A total of seven teams have gone undefeated and won the national championship. (Another team, the 1972-73 N.C State Wolfpack, went undefeated but did not compete for the national title). The first unbeaten team was San Francisco, which went 29-0 in 1955-56; the second such season came a year later, when North Carolina went 32-0.

The next four undefeated teams came from UCLA, all under Wooden. The teams finished with undefeated national titles in 1964, '67, '72 and '73. Following that, the last undefeated team — Indiana — completed its run in 1976.

Undefeated college basketball teams

1955-56 San Francisco (29-0)

Coach: Phil Woolpert

Key players:

  • Bill Russell: 20.6 ppg, 21.0 rpg
  • K.C. Jones: 9.8 ppg, 5.2 rpg

1956-57 North Carolina (32-0)

Coach: Frank McGuire

Key players:

  • Lennie Rosenbluth: 28.0 ppg, 8.0 rpg
  • Pete Brennan: 14.7 ppg, 10.4 rpg
  • Tommy Kearns: 12.8 ppg, 3.1 rpg
  • Joe Quig: 10. 3 ppg, 8.6 rpg

1963-64 UCLA (30-0)

Coach: John Wooden

Key players:

  • Gail Goodrich: 21.5 ppg, 5.2 rpg
  • Walt Hazzard: 18.6 ppg, 4.7 rpg
  • Jack Hirsch: 14.0 ppg, 7.6 rpg
  • Keith Ericson: 10.7 ppg, 9.1 rpg

1966-67 UCLA (30-0)

Coach: John Wooden

Key players:

  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: 29.0 ppg, 15.5 rpg
  • Lucius Allen: 15.5 ppg, 5.8 rpg
  • Mike Warren: 12.7 ppg, 4.5 rpg
  • Lynn Shackeflord: 11.4 ppg, 5.9 rpg

1971-72 UCLA (30-0)

Coach: John Wooden

Key players:

  • Bill Walton: 21.1 ppg, 15.5 rpg
  • Henry Bibby: 15.7 ppg, 3.5 rpg
  • Jamaal Wilkes: 13. 5 ppg, 8.2 rpg
  • Larry Farmer: 10.7 ppg, 5.5 rpg

1972-73 UCLA (30-0)

Coach: John Wooden

Key players:

  • Bill Walton: 20.4 ppg, 16.9 rpg
  • Jamaal Wilkes: 14.8 ppg, 7.3 rpg
  • Larry Farmer: 12.2 ppg, 5.0 rpg
  • Larry Hollyfield: 10.7 ppg, 2.9 rpg

1975-76 Indiana (32-0)

Coach: Bob Knight

Key players:

  • Scott May: 23.5 ppg, 7.7 rpg, 2.1 apg
  • Kent Benson: 17.3 ppg, 8.8 rpg, 1.6 apg
  • Tom Abernathy: 10.0 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 2.0 apg
  • Quinn Buckner: 8.9 ppg, 2.8 rpg, 4.2 apg
  • Bob Wilkerson: 7.8 ppg, 4.9 rpg, 5.3 apg
  • Wayne Radford: 4.7 ppg, 2.7 rpg, 1.3 apg

One-loss national champions

1954-55 San Francisco (28-1)

Coach: Phil Woolpert
Loss: 47-40 loss to No. 13 UCLA

1965-66 UTEP (28-1)

Coach: Don Haskins
Loss: 74-72 loss to Seattle

1967-68 UCLA (29-1)

Coach: John Wooden
Loss: 71-69 loss to No. 2 Houston

1968-69 UCLA (29-1)

Coach: John Wooden
Loss: 46-44 loss to USC

1970-71 UCLA (29-1)

Coach: John Wooden
Loss: 89-82 loss to No. 9 Notre Dame

1973-74 N.C. State (30-1)

Coach: Norm Sloan
Loss: 84-66 loss to No. 1 UCLA

Undefeated teams that lost in NCAA Tournament

1978-79 Indiana State (33-1)

Coach: Bill Hodges
Loss: 75-64 loss to No. 3 Michigan State (NCAA Tournament championship game)

1990-91 UNLV (30-1)

Coach: Jerry Tarkanian
Loss: 79-77 loss to No. 6 Duke (Final Four)

2013-14 Wichita State (35-1)

Coach: Gregg Marshall
Loss: 78-76 loss to Kentucky (Round 2)

2014-15 Kentucky (38-1)

Coach: John Calipari
Loss: 71-64 loss to No. 3 Wisconsin (Final Four)

2020-21 Gonzaga (31-1)

Coach: Mark Few
Loss: 80-76 loss to No. 1 Baylor (NCAA Tournament championship game)

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    With conference play looming in a few weeks for the 2012-13 college basketball season, schedules begin to get tougher as teams are more familiar with each other. 

    And with the turn of the calendar to the new year the question begins to get asked: Which team can run the table and be the next 1976 Indiana undefeated national championship team? 

    With this year's version of Indiana losing to Butler on Saturday there are six undefeated teams in BCS conferences in college basketball.

    Who do I think will be the last remaining undefeated team this year? Read on to find out in order of when I think the six teams will suffer their first loss. 

Cincinnati

1 of 6

    Game they will lose: vs. Xavier on December 19

    Cincinnati is currently 10-0 and leads the country in rebounds per game; however, they will lose to their city rival Xavier in the Crosstown Classic this week at U.S. Bank Arena. 

    It wouldn't be something uncommon for the Bearcats as Xavier has defeated them seven of the last 10 years, including a 76-53 loss last year that will be remembered more for the brawl at the end of the game than the actual outcome.

    Cincinnati's weak schedule so far will also come to hurt them in this game. They have only been challenged once so far, a 77-66 win on a neutral court against Oregon. They won't be prepared for an intense, defense-oriented team like Xavier, and that will lead to another loss in the Crosstown Classic.  

Illinois

2 of 6

    Game they will lose: December 22 at Missouri

    Another rivalry game that will end the chance for an undefeated season. Illinois has been impressive so far winning the Maui Invitational with a win over Butler and then going to Spokane, Wash., to defeat Gonzaga.

    However, Brandon Paul and the Illini will fall at Missouri due to Phil Pressey and Missouri needing a signature win on the season. 

Duke

3 of 6

    Game they will lose: January 12 at North Carolina State

    It's hard to say the expected new No. 1 team in the nation won't make a longer run at being undefeated, but North Carolina State will be a team looking to prove a point.

    The Wolfpack were picked before the season to win the ACC, but a couple of early-season losses have dropped North Carolina State out of the limelight. 

    However, when the Blue Devils come to Raleigh in January, C.J. Leslie and his teammates will use this game as a measuring stick of where they are.  

    While Duke has experience with the likes of Ryan Kelly, Seth Curry and Mason Plumlee and has registered wins over Kentucky, Louisville and Ohio State, none of the wins were on the road. In fact, Duke's next six games before the North Carolina State game are all at Cameron Indoor Stadium. 

    Duke may be the new No. 1 team in college basketball, but don't expect that title to last past mid-January. 

Michigan

4 of 6

    Game they will lose: January 17 at Minnesota

    While Michigan might be the most deep and balanced team of all the undefeated teams that are left with nine players averaging over eight minutes a game and four plays averaging double digits in scoring, the fact is their schedule is just too brutal for them to run the table.

    The Big Ten this year has five teams in the top 15 of the Associated Press poll this week. While I think Michigan is the best team in the league and country, the fact of the matter is there are too many tough games for the Wolverines to win them all.

    They will lose to Minnesota because of a mental letdown. The game before, Michigan travels to Columbus to face bitter rival Ohio State. After the Wolverines' emotional, hard-fought victory, I expect the Golden Gophers to jump at the chance to take out Michigan. 

    Rest easy, Michigan fans. I still think you're going to win the NCAA Championship this year come April. 

Syracuse

5 of 6

    Game they will lose: January 19 at Louisville

    Syracuse is a very, very good team this year. However, they are doing what Syracuse does every year. 

    They've played one road game so far this season and that came at Arkansas. They only have two more road games before they travel to Louisville to take on the Cardinals.

    When you have a younger team like the Orange have this year, they need challenges on the road before conference play, as you can expect struggles with early away games. 

    Syracuse is currently third in the nation in points per game, rebounds per game and assists per game, but when they travel to a packed KFC Yum! Center in a month, expect Peyton Siva and company to defeat the Orange by a large margin.  

Arizona

6 of 6

    Game they will lose: January 24 vs. UCLA

    Bob Knight, Scott May and the rest of the 1976 Indiana basketball team can pop the champagne. There will be another season without an undefeated team when Arizona becomes the last team to lose when the Bruins defeat them in Tucson.

    Arizona is starting to hit a stride with Xavier transfer Mark Lyons beginning to emerge as a scoring threat and team leader as well as the team as a whole beginning to develop confidence with their win over Florida this weekend.

    Heading into the UCLA game, Arizona will have five of the seven games at home, with a trip to Oregon and Oregon State beforehand. 

    Arizona shouldn't be challenged in any of the games at home either, allowing the Wildcats to continue to become a more dangerous team. However, UCLA is talented and arguably more talented than the Wildcats with star freshmen Shabazz Muhammad and Kyle Anderson in the lineup.

    While I don't think Arizona is the best team in the country at all, they have the tools and talent to be the last team to lose.

    Do you agree? Disagree? Let me know in the comments section.  

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College basketball teams

Have you had sleepless nights and wondered how you can do well in any of the college basketball teams?

Today is your lucky day because I've laid out everything you need to know to start your dream of becoming a basketball player.

Why should I choose basketball?

Basketball is an exciting sport suitable for people of all skill levels and ages as it is popular all over the world.

A standard basketball team consists of five players per side. You can also play 2v2 or 3v3 games, or you can play by yourself. You can play basketball on the indoor court all year round.

The main goal of the game is to score points by shooting the ball through the hoop. Use defensive strategies to prevent other teams from scoring.

You can play basketball in a playful and competitive way. Either way, it's a great way to build strength, coordination, and muscle endurance. In addition, you have the opportunity to become part of a team or a larger community.

Before we talk about college basketball teams, read on to learn more about how the physical, emotional, and social benefits of playing basketball can improve your overall health and well-being.

You will also learn how to start if you want to start the game.

Health benefits of basketball

Basketball has many starts and stops. Although it is not very popular in aerobics, it is still a great exercise that can help you.

1. Strengthening muscular endurance.

Playing basketball requires agility, strength and endurance. You must use high-intensity, short-term muscle contractions to move quickly and change direction.

You also need muscular endurance, that is, the ability of a muscle to apply force repeatedly over a long period of time. You can increase your muscular endurance by playing basketball and exercising to increase the strength of your lower and upper limbs.

You can also focus on strengthening your core and back muscles. This will positively affect your stamina, energy, level and performance.

2. Strong bones.

Participation in team sports such as basketball can bring unique physical and mental health benefits. A 2018 study from reliable sources showed that team sports have a positive effect on bone strength.
Compared to sedentary people, people who play handball and football have higher bone mineral density.

3. Improved balance and coordination.

Playing basketball requires you to develop hand-eye-foot coordination while maintaining balance as you move. During the game, you need to move your body quickly when jumping, panning or changing direction.

Basketball requires motor skills such as shooting, passing and dribbling. You also practice rebounding and defense. Maintaining a strong body makes all of these movements easier to perform.

4. Develop basic motor skills.

Playing basketball gives teenagers the opportunity to develop the motor skills they need to develop. A 2018 study points to the effectiveness of basketball in improving the basic motor skills children need to master.

Playing basketball helps improve coordination, flexibility and endurance. It also promotes speed, agility and strength.

These skills have been shown to positively influence healthy body weight and more exercise. It can improve cardiorespiratory health and increase self-esteem.

5. Improve body composition.

In a 2018 study, researchers found that playing basketball had a positive effect on overall body composition. In this study, untrained men trained in street basketball for 3 months, which had a positive effect on overall health and body composition.

After training, these people increased their muscle mass and decreased their percentage of body fat.

6. Keep your heart healthy.

Regular exercise can help improve heart health and overall health. According to a 2019 study, basketball increases resting heart rate, which has a positive effect on cardiovascular health.

This is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease.

7. Burn calories.

Regular exercise can help improve heart health and overall health. According to 2019 studyyear, basketball increases resting heart rate, which has a positive effect on cardiopulmonary function.

This is associated with a lower chance of developing cardiovascular disease.

8. Improves spatial and bodily perception.

Basketball is a game that requires spatial awareness. You need to know where you need to make the perfect shot or play defensively.

When you have space and body awareness, you will know exactly where you need to be when your teammate or opponent shoots or passes the ball. As your spatial awareness improves, it also helps to maintain balance.

9. Boosts confidence

One of the best things about playing basketball is that it really boosts your confidence. As your confidence grows, so does your confidence in your skills.

Self-confidence allows you to face life with an improved attitude towards life and has a positive effect on all aspects of your life.

10. Promotes cardiovascular health.

Basketball is good for heart health! As you keep moving, your heart rate increases. It also helps build endurance, which is important when you want to make sure your heart is healthy. This will help reduce the risk of stroke and heart disease later in life.

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➢ Develop a strong sense of community

➢ Prevent drug abuse

➢ Improving communication skills

➢ Improving decision skills

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National Student Sports Association (NCAA), National Student Sports Association (NCAA), National the Collegiate Athletic Association (NAIA) and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) govern collegiate basketball in the United States.

Each of these organizations is classified by the number and amount of scholarships for athletes. They hold different meetings to divide the top basketball teams into groups based on location.

Below are results, ideas, and information about the top men's and women's college basketball teams.

Best Men's College Basketball Teams

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1. Gonzag

first in the first Gonzaga the bulldog is on the list. The Gonzaga Bulldogs is an intercollegiate men's basketball program representing Gonzaga University as one of the colleges with basketball teams.

The Gonzaga Bulldogs play home basketball on campus at the McCarthy Sports Center in Spokane, Washington. Gonzaga received the WCC Player of the Year award with 15 players.

With the addition of senior point guard Andrew Nembhard, the Bulldogs' Mark Foer will top the list for most of this year, as they did last season.

2. ULCA

Second, the ULCA Bruins men's basketball team is on the list. The UCLA Bruins men's basketball program represents UCLA men's basketball as one of the colleges with basketball teams, Los Angeles as a member of the Pac12 Conference.

The team was founded in 1919 and has won a record 11 NCAA championships.

Last year, the Bruins were the second team to reach the semi-finals out of the top four, but this time the championship foundation should be stronger, which means they are the second-best college basketball team.

3- Kansas

Third on the list is the Kansas-Jayhawks men's basketball program, the University of Kansas intercollegiate men's basketball program in Division I of the NCAA, and the team competes in the Big 12 Conference.

KS is the most prestigious varsity basketball program in the nation, with a total of five national championships, six national silver titles, and the most conference titles in the nation. counts as one

4 - Michigan

Michigan Slot Machine The Wolverine basketball team is an intercollegiate basketball program representing the University of Michigan.

The school participates in the NCAA Division I Big Ten conference. The Wolverines will play a home basketball game at the Chrysler Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Michigan won an NCAA championship plus 2 National Invitational (NIT) Championships, 15 Big Ten Conference titles, and 2 Big Ten Championship titles, as well as NIT titles.

Top ten leagues left vacant due to NCAA sanctions. The team is coached by former Michigan star Joanne Howard.

5. Texas

The Texas Longhorns represented the University of Texas at Austin in NCAA Division I. The Longhorns finished 17th in all NCAA I college basketball programs.

However, Texas is second only to Kansas in the Big 12 conference basketball program.

The Longhorns have won a total of 28 conference championships in men's basketball, have played in the NCAA Tournament a total of 35 times, and have made three Final Four appearances. NCAA (1943, 1947, 2003).

Texas ranks 6th in all Division I men's basketball programs in total NCAA tournament games won without winning a national championship.

6. Vilanova

The Villanova Wildcats basketball program represents Villanova University as one of the colleges with men's basketball teams. The Wildcats have won three national championships in 1985, 2016 and 2018.

They were still the worst seed to win the title as the No. 8 seed in the 1985 NCAA Tournament. Villanova reached the semi-finals in 1939, 1971, 1985, 2009, 2016 and 2018.

Their last four out of six appearances is the thirteenth in history. As of 2019year their NCAA tournament record is 65-37.

Villanova defeated six No. 1 seeds in the NCAA Tournament. It is the sixth most common in history. Villanova also reached the semi-finals in 1939, 1971, 1985, 2009, 2016 and 2018.

Their last four appearances are their thirteenth in history. As of 2019, they have an NCAA tournament record of 65-37.

Villanova became the sixth player in history to win six No. 1 seeds in the NCAA Tournament.

They also won the Big East Regular Season Championship eight times, but recently won four times in a row from 2014 to 2017.

They have also won the Big East Tournament four times (1995, 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2019), and by 2021 Villanova has won 1,817 and finished 19th on the Division I men's basketball team.

7.
Purdue

Purdue Boilermakers Basketball is one of the colleges with draft basketball teams, participated in the NCAA Division 1 and is a member of the Big Ten League. Purdue Basketball has 24 of the top ten championships.

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Boilermakers hosted the NCAA Tournament Semifinals twice but still won the NCAA Championship despite being retrospectively named the Helms Sports Foundation and PremoPorretta Power Poll National Champion between 1931 to 1932.

Purdue University sent over 30 players to the NBA, including two first picks in the draft.

8. Duke

Duke Blue The Devils basketball team represents NCAA Division I College Basketball Duke University and competes in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).

Team won the NCAA Men's Basketball Program for the fourth time in history, now coached by Mike Krzyzewski.

Duke has won 5 NCAA championships, appeared in 11 championship games and has 16 final strengths. Duke has the highest NCAA tournament winning percentage of . 755 NCAA.

Duke became the 21st Atlantic Coast Conference record holder and won 19 regular season ACC titles.
Prior to joining the ACC, Duke won the Southern Conference championship five times.

Duke has also finished season 1 in AP voting seven times and is the top all-week leader, ranking first in the nation in 1-week AP rankings.

In addition, Duke is the third longest-running series in AP Top 25 history, having appeared 200 times in a row from 1996 to 2007 and voted 231 times in Kansas since 2009to 2021 and 1966. At the bottom.

9. Baylor

The Baylor Bears men's basketball team represents Baylor University in Waco, Texas in Division I. They are also known as the "Bears".

Baylor competes in the Big 12 League. The team plays at home at the Ferrer Center. He is currently coached by American college basketball coach Scott Drew.

10. Illinois

Illini is considered one of the best colleges with a basketball team in men's basketball. basketball team is an NCAA level 1 college basketball team that plays in ten major league games.

The home game will be played at the University of Illinois State Farm Center at Urbana-Champaign.

Illinois hosted pre-match national and non-NCAA national championships awarded by the PremoPorretta Power Poll in 1915 and 1943.

Illinois has made 31 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship appearances, has appeared in 5 semi-finals and 9 elite quarter-finals, and has won 17 top regular season championships.

The team is currently led by Brad Underwood, appointed March 18, 2017. By the end of the 2017/18 season, Illinois had its 12th basketball program.

11. Memphis

The Memphis Tigers men's basketball team is the team that represents the University of Memphis in the NCAA basketball league, founded in 1912.

They are also called "tigers". The Tigers have been attending the American Athletic Conference since 2013.

In 2020, the Tigers had their 26th arena, Elma Roane Field House, and the team has played off-campus home games since the mid-1960s. In 2004, both teams moved to a new downtown location, the FedEx Forum.

The ESPN Department of Statistics and Information ranked Memphis as the 19th most successful basketball program on its list of 50 games, 50 goals in 50 games annually from 1962 to 2012. Team coach - Ryan Silverfield.

12. Oregon

The Oregon Ducks men's basketball team is an intercollegiate basketball program that competes in the NCAA Division I, is a member of the Pac-12 Conference, and represents the University of Oregon.

The Ducks play their home games at the Matthew Knight Arena, which can seat 12,364 people.

In 1939, under Howard Hobson, Oregon State won the first NCAA men's national basketball championship.

In 2017, under head coach Dana Altman, they again reached the semi-finals, the longest time between appearances in NCAA history (78 years).

The Ducks have competed 17 times in the NCAA Tournament and won 8 division championships.

13. Kentucky Wildcats

The Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball team is an American college basketball team representing the University of Kentucky. In terms of two wins, Kentucky is the most successful NCAA Division I basketball program in history.

Kentucky leads all schools in total NCAA tournament appearances (59), NCAA tournament wins (131), NCAA tournament games played (184), NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearances (45), NCAA Elite Eight appearances (38) , total postseason tournament appearances (68) and regular season conference championships (53, of which 51 are Southeastern Conference (SEC) regular season championships).

In addition, Kentucky has played in 17 NCAA Finals (third all-time behind North Carolina and UCLA), 12 NCAA championship games (tied with UCLA for the first time), and won eight NCAA championships (only 11 behind UCLA). ).

14. Alabama

The Alabama Crimson Tide men's basketball team represents NCAA Division I men's basketball at the University of Alabama.

The program will be played at the Southeast Conference (SEC).

In the conference tournament title, the SEC only tracks longtime basketball team Kentucky, in total wins behind Kentucky and Arkansas.

This is also the SEC's fourth regular season conference title behind Kentucky, LSU and Tennessee.
In the Premo-Porretta Power Poll, Alabama was retroactively named National Champion ahead of the NCAA Tournament in the 1929-30 season.

15. Houston

The Houston Cougars men's basketball team represents the University of Houston in Houston, Texas, in the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament.

The university is a member of the American Athletic Conference. The program has made the NCAA Tournament Final Four six times. It is the 10th largest Thailand in history.

Top Women's College Basketball Teams

Slot Machine The best women's college basketball teams in the country, everything is changing for the national championship and the right to showcase their talents on the big stage.

For aspiring colleges with basketball teams, attending one of the best women's basketball schools greatly increases your chances of making it to the WNBA.

In addition, other students attending these schools enjoy watching and cheering for the best team.

1. Baylor University

With three national titles, including the 2005, 2012 and 2019 championships, Baylor University has been ranked among the top women's college basketball teams.

In addition to 10 conference championships, the school boasts a win rate of 661 and has reached the final four times.

Eight Bears were selected in the first round of the WNBA Draft. This is the seventh highest rate among all universities.

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2. University of Notre Dame

The University of Notre Dame boasts one of the top women's college basketball teams with a win rate of 750 and approximately 1,000 wins.

The school also has titles in two countries. From 2011 to 2019, the school has appeared in all but two of the finals, in a total of nine matches.

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3. Duke University

Although Duke has never won an NCAA title, it ranks the top women's college basketball teams because of the program's consistency over the years.

Duke has reached the final four times since 1999. The Blue Devils reached the final at 1999 and 2006 (where they lost in overtime).

This college basketball center produced 11 first-round picks, which rank fourth on the all-time list.

4. Mississippi State University

A relative newcomer to the ranks of the top women's college basketball teams, Mississippi State University recently made a splash on the national stage, reaching back-to-back NCAA Finals in 2017 and 2018 (losing both games).

Michigan State University is looking to return to the Final Four for the third time in team history in the 2020-2021 season, finishing fifth in the nation before entering the season.

In the WNBA Draft, they selected five Bulldogs in the first round, including the third pick in 2019.

5. University of Louisville

The University of Louisville was named one of the top women's college basketball teams based on three trips to the NCAA Final Four in 2009, 2013 and 2018. 90,003 90,002 The Cardinals finished sixth in the reduced national rankings in 2019-20 and retained that spot in 2020-21.

The WofL also performed well in the WNBA draft, seeing four players selected in the first round, including the first overall selection in 2009year.

6. University of Maryland College

In 2006, the University of Maryland at College Park won a thrilling overtime game to win the team's first NCAA title.

UMD will return to the Final Four twice more in 2014 and 2015, bringing their total number of national semi-final appearances to five.

Terrapins is also ranked among the best women's colleges. basketball teams with over 1,000 program wins, a win rate of 701, and development of eight first-round picks.

7. Stanford University

In addition to winning the 1990 and 1992 NCAA championships, Stanford University boasts the best college basketball teams with a win rate of 0.766.

Stanford, ranked among the top three women's college basketball teams in the 2020-21 season, is looking to return to the Final Four for the 14th time in team history - in third place all-time.

The school made 12 first-round picks in the WNBA Draft, which also finished third overall.

8. University of Connecticut

The University of Connecticut prides itself on being one of the best college basketball and women's college basketball teams in the past two decades.

Although the team won their first national title in 1995, their 2000 league title earned them 10 notable titles in 16 seasons. From 2014 to 2017, the team won 111 matches in a row.

The UConn Huskies also eliminated 25 WNBA players in the first round, 10 more than the next best team.

9.
University of South Carolina

Recently won the NCAA Championship in 2017, making them one of the top women's college basketball teams in the country.

Although the March Madness was canceled in 2020, the school had to enter the tournament as the best team.

The University of South Carolina also made seven first-round picks in the WNBA Draft, placing first among all women's college basketball teams.

10. University of Tennessee

Knoxville is one of the nation's college basketball teams with more wins than any other school and a winning percentage of 801.

The Volunteers have won eight NCAA championships, including back-to-back wins in 2007 and 2008.

University of Tennessee Knoxville players have been selected in the first round of the WNBA draft 15 times, surpassed only by the University of Connecticut.

Best Men's Basketball Colleges in the US

Student-athletes have many options for men's college basketball teams, but not all of them are good.

Our mission at College Factual is to provide you with as much information as possible to help you make that decision. Our ranking of the best colleges for men's basketball is one of the tools we have developed to help in this regard.

1. University of Kentucky

2. Duke University

3. Northwestern University

4. University of Kansas

5. University of Louisville

6. Villanova University

7. University of Vanderbilt

8. Southern Methodist University

9. University of Northern Carolina in Chapel Hill

10. University Arizona

11. Miami University

12. University Baylor

13. University of Gonzaga

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15 Syracuse University

16 University of Florida

17 University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

18 University of Notre Dame

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20. Visconsin University - Madison

21. Southern California University

22. University of Rice

24. University Wayke Forest

25. University of Michigan

26. University of Florida Florida

27 University of Virginia

28 University of South Carolina

29 University of Illinois Urbana

30 Creighton University

31 University of Cincinnati

Best women's colleges with basketball teams in the USA

1. Baylor University

2. Department University

3. University DUKA

4. University Elon

5. University of Florida

6. University of George Washington

7. Gonzaga University

8. Iowa State University

9. Marquette University

10. Mississippi State University

11. North Carolina State University

12. North-Western University

13. University of Ohio

14. Kuinnipak University

15. University of Rice

16. Standford University

17. Syracuse University

18. University of Connecticut

19. Women basketball in Iowa.

20 University of Louisville

21 University of Maryland

22 University of Miami

23 University of Michigan

24 University of Notre Dame

25. Oregon University

26. South Carolina University

27. Tennessi University

28. Texas University in Austin

29. Virginia University

30. Vanderbillet

How much costs to go to basketball college?

Now you know the entire list of colleges with basketball teams in the US, and now you will be thinking about how much it costs to get into them. College.

Well, you don't have to worry because I've got your back, and below I'll explain the average college basketball tuition.

Our researchers found that the average cost of college education in the 2017-2018 school year was $90,005 for public schools (in-state) $90,770 and $46,950 for nonprofit private schools, including tuition, fees, room, and board only.

School expenses continue to grow every year, even taking into account inflation.

Statistics and main results of the average cost of basketball colleges

➢Average total cost of public colleges: $ 25.290 (in a condition) $ 40.940 (outside)

➢ Media total cost of private colleges: $ 50,900

➢ more than 19.9 million according to forecasts, in the fall of 2018, students will enter American colleges and universities, with about 6.7 million people enrolled in two-year institutions and ➢13.3 million in four-year institutions.

➢ Most students pay between $6,000 and $15,000 for both public and private US schools.

➢ New England has the highest tuition fees in both two-year and four-year public schools, averaging $5,370 and $12,990 Respectively

How to get a basketball scholarship

at any school of your choice.

1. Start the process as soon as possible

2. Practice talking to college coaches.

4. Make a great video to share.

5. Visit as many schools as possible.

6. Find the schools you want to attend.

7. Improve your grades

8. Provide some links.

9. Don't miss deadlines

What is the minimum height required for a basketball dunk?

Now let's look at a few things.

The hoop is 10 feet above the ground, but you need your hand to be above the hoop to dip the ball. In fact, your fingers should be at least 10 feet 6 inches high.

Now one more thing to consider is consistent coverage. On average, a 6 foot tall guy has 8 feet of standing reach. However, this is also affected by things like shoulder width and construction.

Another thing to consider is your weight. While weight won't determine how high you need to jump, it will determine how much force you need to apply.

The NBA now has great dunkers up to 5ft 6in, but they had exceptional vertical jumps.

What you need to do is calculate your height, standing reach and weight and enter them into the website below.

How many basketball scholarships are given each year?

If you'd like a college basketball recruiter to offer you a scholarship to play NCAA Division 1 basketball, you're not alone.

Nearly 4,500 players receive scholarships at the Division 1 men's level, while over 5,000 female basketball players have the opportunity to play in college basketball hoops.

NCAA Division 2 Basketball Scholarships are a little more difficult to understand because these university programs allow full or partial student-athlete scholarships to be offered.

If you are one of the top players being hired to play D2 basketball, a college recruiter may offer you a "full" scholarship to cover all college expenses. If not, you may be offered any options (for example, semi-education with meals).

The NCAA requires that total stipends for the basketball program not exceed the equivalent of 10 full stipends for men or 10 full stipends for women.

College recruiters follow the same rules when they offer you scholarships from NAIA schools. The better athlete you are, the higher offer you can get.

The athletic scholarships offered for the D1, D2, and NAIA programs for women and men combined total over $2 billion.

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Do you get paid for college basketball?

As of November 10, 2021, the median annual salary for colleges with basketball teams in the US is $33,487 per year.

Just in case you need a simple payroll calculator, it's about $16.10 an hour. This is equivalent to $644 per week or $2,791 per month.

While Zip Recruiter sees an annual salary of $59,000 to $15,000.

Most college basketball salaries currently range from $21,000 (40,000th percentile) to $75,90 (50,500th percentile), with the highest paid workers (50,500th percentile) earning $25,000 annually at United States.

The average college basketball salary range varies (up to $19,000), which suggests that there can be many opportunities for promotions and salary increases depending on skill level, location, and years of experience.

Judging from the recent ZipRecruiter job posting activity, the College Basketball job market in both Uyo, NG and the state is not very active with a few companies currently hiring.

College basketball in your area earns an average of $33,487 per year, or the same as the national median annual salary of $33,487.

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To estimate the most accurate annual salary range for college basketball jobs, Zip Recruiter constantly scans its database of millions of active jobs posted locally across America.

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46 movies about basketball

As we all know, basketball is one of the most popular and colorful sports. On the site you can observe sports aggression, and a fervent spirit of rivalry, and true friendship, and an incredible understanding of each other's team members from the floor of the word. That's why basketball movies are so exciting.

To while away the long and cold autumn evenings at home, we invite you to get acquainted with the 46 best films about basketball.

  1. Space Jam (1996). A family-friendly and entertaining film starring basketball star Michael Jordan. Events tell about cartoon villains who arrived from another planet in the hope of taking possession of the characters of "Looney Toons". Bunny Bugs Bunny invites aliens to play 1 basketball game, the winner of which will get everything.

  1. His game (1998). The plot is tied to a family drama and conflict between father and son. Not surprising, because 6 years ago a murder was committed - mom dies at the hands of dad. In order to get out of prison before the required 15 years, the father needs to persuade his talented son, a basketball player, to enter a certain university.
  1. Sixth player (1997). The film is about two brothers who achieved great success in the basketball team while still at school. But suddenly a terrible thing happens - one of them suddenly dies. It seems that everything is already lost, and it is no longer possible to win the school cup. But something strange happens during the first game...
  1. Dear Basketball (2017). This is an animated short film made with the active participation of the legendary, recently retired basketball player Kobe Bryant. The short film "Dear Basketball" is based on a poem that was written by Kobe himself.
  1. Coach Carter (2005). The film is based on real events and tells about the main problem of school administration in America. Usually young basketball guys from the street after training are waiting for either a successful career in the NBA or a life of crime outside the home. That is why school leaders have always waved their hand at the future of the new generation. But not Coach Ken Carter. This man single-handedly pulled guys off the street and made them NBA stars. The film will tell about such human qualities as will, fortitude and faith not only in yourself, but also in the people around you.
  1. Above the ring (1994). Another film about basketball with world legend Tupac Shakur. The plot tells about the high school basketball star, who, like many teenagers, gets into trouble with the law. The adaptation of Jeff Pollack's "Above the Ring" is recognized as one of the best old-school films of our time.
  1. Find Forrester (2000). The film tells the story of two talented individuals: a young basketball player who has a wonderful and bright future, and a writer who lost his taste for life after the triumph of the book of the same name. A 16-year-old boy is trying to return the meaning of existence to a lost person, and does not notice how his life is changing dramatically. The main idea of ​​the film is to break the stereotype that a talented basketball player is always an illiterate guy from the street.
  1. Moving up (2017). The plot tells about the events taking place at the 1972 Olympics in Munich. It was then that for the first time the USSR national team won against the invincible Americans. The film is completely based on real events and shows the true stories of basketball players faced with the most important choice in their lives.
  1. White people can't jump (1992). The action of the film tells about basketball games for money taking place on the streets of a hot Los Angeles. Fate will bring two basketball cheaters who will want to compete in what they know best - the art of deception and the ball game. This picture is as close as possible to the atmosphere of the streets of Los Angeles and conveys realistic events that took place on the sites of the metropolis.
  1. Game by someone else's rules (2006). The story is about a young coach who recruited black boys for the first time in a basketball team and led them to victory in the Championship. The events are based on a true story and touch on the racial dislike of some Americans towards black people of that time. Even 50 years ago it was believed that only white people know how to play basketball. But the coach of the Texas team proved the opposite to everyone and brought the world sport to a new level.
  1. Rebound (2005). College basketball coach Roy McCormick is like a fish thrown out of the water onto dry land. He allowed himself a flash of anger during the game and flew out of work. Now he is forced to coach the school team, and his wards are all losers and losers. But Roy is not discouraged - he plans to create a truly great team.
  1. Love and Basketball (2000). Monica and Quincy have known each other since childhood. Even when they were 11, Quincy was shocked that some girl could play basketball better than most guys. But as time went on, they got older. And in place of friendship came another feeling - love. Unfortunately, this did not last long - Quincy, dreaming of being a famous NBA player like his father, leaves Monica and goes into professional basketball. Basketball, which brought them together, cruelly separated them. But life is not so bad, and it gives them a chance meeting that can make them close and happy again or ... alien and very distant.
  1. Indiana team (1986). The film is based on the true story of an Indiana Provincial High School basketball team that made it to the state finals in 1954 thanks to an independent-minded coach.
  1. Lover (2018). Basketball player Terron gets a chance to shine. He is given a place in a prestigious team, where there is everything for development: an excellent coach, training rooms, equipment. But what will Terron have to do to become a professional player?
  1. Gamble (1994). The coach of a basketball team finds himself in a dilemma: playing his team in the same composition leads to a loss, and attracting new players is impossible without violating existing rules.
  1. Invincible Savage (1994). To salvage his precarious position, basketball coach Jimmy Dolan must take desperate measures. And while other mentors are looking for new players in America, he goes to the very heart of Africa, to a real wild tribe.
  1. Throw, or it all started on Saturday (1976). Soviet feature film directed by Serik Raibaev, based on the story "The Ability to Throw a Ball" by Kir Bulychev. The protagonist receives as a gift from a mysterious professor the ability to accurately throw objects at a target, from great distances and almost without aiming. The coach of the local Arman basketball club finds out about this and invites him to try his hand at the game.
  1. Lucky Irish (2001). Kylie Johnson dreamed that he was short and that he and his mother were little elves. Kylie grows pointy ears. To regain his former human form, he must challenge and defeat an evil leprechaun in order to become normal again. Otherwise, he will remain forever a small green creature.
  1. Like Mike (2002). Fourteen-year-old Calvin Cambridge lives in an orphanage and dreams of becoming a famous basketball player. But there is one problem - Calvin, as they say, "didn't come out tall." However, the boy continues to hope that his dream will come true. One day, a pair of old sneakers falls into his hands, on which the almost erased initials “M.J.” are still visible. Calvin decides that these shoes belonged to the famous player and basketball legend Michael Jordan, and soon he has a chance to see that this old pair is truly magical. Wearing sneakers on his feet, Kevin can make huge thirty-foot jumps.
  1. Like Mike 2: Streetball (2006). Basketball fan who dreams of becoming a famous professional player. But his tiny stature and very limited abilities make this dream impossible.
  1. The Eighth Wonder of the World (1981). The heroines of the film are Soviet basketball players taking part in international competitions for the Gera Cup. Exciting basketball fights, the nobility of a Soviet athlete who saved the life of a Greek basketball player, the anxieties of first love - all these and other events make up the plot of the film.
  1. Air King (1997). Norm was a clown, but he couldn't make anyone laugh. From the complete failure of his performance was saved by the dog Buddy, who did tricks in tandem with a clown. In anger, Norm hit Buddy, and the smart dog ran away from him. Josh, an 11-year-old boy, becomes Buddy's new friend. They meet on the basketball court, where Josh goes to practice in the hope of being accepted into the school team. When Josh saw how Buddy could shoot the ball into the basket, his delight knew no bounds! Training together, friends achieve success: Josh is taken to the team, and Buddy becomes her mascot and favorite of the public. Buddy's former owner finds out about his basketball talent and, dreaming of making money on it, demands the return of the dog...
  1. Basketball fever (1996). What can you decide on for the victory of your favorite team? For all! - decide Mike and Jimmy on the eve of the final match between their beloved Boston Celtic and Utah Jazz. They take a desperate step and kidnap the best player of the rivals, Lewis Scott, having drunk him half to death in a bar. But things don't go the way they planned...
  1. Basketball dreams (1994). The true story of two inner-city Chicago teenagers Arthur Edge and William Gates and their quest for NBA glory. Immediately after leaving school, the boys fall into a group of athlete scouts, isolated from the streets, where mostly white teenagers study. Following in the footsteps of their basketball idol Isaiah Thomas, both boys go through a rigorous course of growing up, mastering academics and athletics.
  1. Semi-professional (2008). In the mid-70s, the National Basketball Association did not leave any chance to the American Basketball Association, and it was decided to abolish the latter. Only the top four teams in the defunct ABA have made it to the NBA, and the Flint Tropics are certainly not one of them. However, the owner of the worst team in the league (as well as its playing coach) Jackie Moon does not lose hope: he plans to take his team from last place in the standings to fourth, giving a pass to the NBA.
  1. The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh (1979). An American sports comedy about a professional basketball team whose new players are recruited according to their zodiac signs to save them. The film stars professional basketball stars Dr. Jay (Julius Irving), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Meadowlark Lemon.
  1. Hurricane season (2009). A year after Hurricane Katrina, Al Collins, head basketball coach at a high school in Marrero, Louisiana, assembles a team of players who were on different teams from five schools before the disaster and leads them on the path to the state championship.
  1. Shashlik (2004). The picture tells about the life of basketball player Todd Anderson and his family, just in time for a family holiday. It all starts with the fact that he is offered to become a member of a prestigious basketball team. He buys a beautiful mansion in an expensive area and acquires a girlfriend. According to family custom, you need to arrange a holiday - barbecue (barbecue). And, of course, the whole cheerful family is together, which leads to a lot of fun not only for themselves, but also for their neighbors.
  1. Dad is 17 again (2009). Would you like to start life over? Father of two Mike O'Donnell would like to. And then suddenly he gets a magical chance to return to his native school, Hayden High. Now Mike is the star of the basketball team, the dream of girls and a classmate of his own children, who has turned from a negligent dad into a great friend.
  1. As struck by thunder (2012). Clumsy teenager Brian miraculously acquires Kevin Durant's celebrity basketball talent and quickly becomes the star of his high school team, while Kevin can't hit the rim anymore. The playoffs are approaching, and Brian understands that in order to be a real winner, you need to make a lot of effort and effort, and he does everything possible to prevent the tragic end of his idol's career.
  1. Eddie (1996). Eddie, a black basketball fan who has loved the Knicks since she was a child and coaches the kids in her neighborhood, is terribly upset that her team is losing all the time. And the fault, as she believes, is the coach. A chance encounter with the new owner who bought the team, Eddie's eccentric behavior, plus an incredible set of circumstances, and ... she becomes the new coach of these NBA professionals.
  1. Survivor's Remorse (2014-2017). The series tells about the life adventures of Cam Calloway - a successful basketball player, whose journey began in one of the most disadvantaged areas of Philadelphia.
  1. Diary of a basketball player (1995). The film is based on a true story told in Jim Carroll's autobiographical novel. The story is told from the point of view of the protagonist and author of The Basketball Diaries, a sixteen-year-old teenager who plays the game and writes good poetry. He and his friends are addicted to drugs, which leads to their gradual decline and degradation.
  1. Mighty Max (2009). In the early 1970s, Katie Rush becomes head coach of the women's basketball team at a small Catholic college. And although her team has nowhere to train and they don't have uniforms, and the college may soon be sold, Katie Rush is leading her team to the national championship.
  1. Victory season (2009). The film tells the story of a loser who coaches the women's basketball team.
  1. Max Minsky and me (2007). 13-year-old Berlin schoolgirl Nelly Sue is an excellent student in all subjects, but absolutely helpless in sports. When she falls in love with Prince Edward of Luxembourg, who coincidentally is the organizer of an international junior basketball tournament, she is willing to do anything to get on the school basketball team and thus meet the object of her adoration.
  1. Just Wright (2010). NBA star Scott McKnight should return to the game as soon as possible after recovering from his injury. Enlisting the help of physical therapist Leslie Wright, a sympathetic basketball fan, he had no idea how difficult it would be for them to stay in a professional relationship.
  1. House of Giants (2007). Robert is actively interested in basketball and more than anything he wants to meet his idol, a player on the local basketball team. Together with their best friend, they fulfill their dream, but in life, the basketball star turns out to be completely different from who the teenagers took him for.
  1. Double team (2002). Heather Burge is sure that her sister Heidi will forever be in her shadow. However, Heidi does not agree with this state of affairs. In order to somehow change the situation, she tries her hand at the school drama studio, while her sister shines on the basketball court. Meanwhile, the girls' father insists that Heidi also join the basketball team - because this is a real chance to get a scholarship to college. Under pressure from her father and coach, Heidi agrees. It soon turns out that the eternal "No. 2" brings more benefits to the team, and the sisters' rivalry flares up with renewed vigor.
  1. Walk the line (2002). The film takes place around the women's basketball team of one of the universities. When coach Tommy Holiday suffers a heart attack, his assistant Laura Mosbach comes to replace him. However, she is more interested not in the results, but in the sport itself, because of which she comes into conflict with the parents of many students who want winning above all. One of the few who support Laura is the father of one of the team's stars, Eric Harrison.
  1. Sunset Park (1996). A sports melodrama tells about an elderly teacher who decides to go to coach a school basketball team in order to earn money for retirement and open her own restaurant. What she did not expect was that she would become attached to black, not at all perfect guys, learn the rules of basketball, and even take her team to the final.
  1. Teen Wolf (1985). Do you know the legends about werewolves? Fear and horror! Of course, Scotty was frightened when one day he saw something shaggy and hairy instead of his pretty face in the mirror.

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