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College Champs
Brian Cazeneuve
December 27, 2004
California, with 25 Division I schools, rises above the rest in the alltime accumulation of collegiate laurels. Texas, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania have been big-time players; Mississippi and South Dakota are the only states whose schools haven't won an NCAA title
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December 27, 2004

College Champs

California, with 25 Division I schools, rises above the rest in the alltime accumulation of collegiate laurels. Texas, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania have been big-time players; Mississippi and South Dakota are the only states whose schools haven't won an NCAA title

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NCAA Division I Basketball Titles

These totals are for both men and women, so Tennesseans can thank Pat Summitt (right) for all six of its titles. If you can't recall Wyoming's cutting down the nets, you're not alone. The NIT was once the most prominent postseason tournament, and in 1943 the Cowboys beat Georgetown in the NCAAs while St. John's won the NIT.

Home of Champions

California again tops the list of schools with the most titles.

School Number
SPORT WITH THE MOST TITLES

1. UCLA 94
MEN'S VOLLEYBALL 18

2. Stanford 89
MEN'S TENNIS 17

3. USC 87
MEN'S OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD 26

4. Oklahoma State 45
WRESTLING 32

5. LSU 41
WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD 13

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