By The Numbers

Ncaa Tournament

March 13, 2006

Bids by conference

Conf. Bids Conf. Bids

Big East 8 Missouri Valley 4

Big Ten 6 Conference USA 2

Southeastern 6 Atlantic 10 2

Atlantic Coast 4 Colonial Athletic 2

Pacific-10 4 Mountain West 2

Big 12 4 Western Athletic 2

One bid: America East; Atlantic Sun; Big Sky; Big South; Big West; Horizon League; Ivy League; Metro Atlantic Athletic; Mid-American; Mid-Continent; Mid-Eastern Athletic; Northeast; Ohio Valley; Patriot League; Southern; Southland; Southwestern Athletic; Sun Belt; West Coast.

Top 16 seeds by conference

Conf. Bids Conf. Bids

ACC 3 Big 12 2 Big Ten 3 Pacific-10 1 Southeastern 3 West Coast 1 Big East 2 Conference USA 1

Highest RPI out

School RPI School RPI

Missouri State 21 Saint Joseph's 43 Hofstra 30 Michigan 47 Creighton 39 Maryland 49 Cincinnati 40 Houston 53

Lowest RPI in

School RPI School RPI

Davidson 94 Oral Roberts 130 Penn 98 Southern 132 Belmont 114 Monmouth 144 Albany 120 Hampton 284

21 and out

Teams with 21 or more wins that didn't make the the tournament:

School W-L School W-L Hofstra 24-6 Sam Hou. State 22-9 Western Ky. 23-7 Old Dominion 21-9 Akron 22-9 Northern Ariz. 21-10

Records

Most appearances

47: Kentucky 33: Indiana 38: North Carolina 32: Louisville 38: UCLA 31: Syracuse 35: Kansas 30: Duke

Most consecutive (all time)

27: North Carolina, 1975-2001 22: Arizona, 1985-2006 18: Indiana, 1986-2003 17: Kansas, 1990-2006 15: Kentucky, 1992-2006

Most consecutive (current)

22: Arizona, 1985-2006 17: Kansas, 1990-2006 15: Kentucky, 1992-2006 9: Michigan State, 1998-2006

Tournament wins

96: Kentucky 73: Kansas 88: North Carolina 58: Indiana 83: Duke 53: Louisville 80: UCLA

Most Final Four appearances

16: North Carolina 12: Kansas 14: Duke 9: Ohio State 14: UCLA 8: Indiana 13: Kentucky 8: Louisville

Most coaching wins

66: Mike Krzyzewski, Duke

65: Dean Smith, North Carolina

47: John Wooden, UCLA

45: Bob Knight, Indiana and Texas Tech

45: Lute Olson, Iowa and Arizona

42: Denny Crum, Louisville

41: Roy Williams, Kansas and North Carolina

40: Jim Boeheim, Syracuse

37: Eddie Sutton, Creighton, Arkansas, Kentucky and Oklahoma State

36: Jim Calhoun, Northeastern and Connecticut

Highest coaching winning percentage(Minimum 20 games) .825: John Wooden, UCLA (47-10) .786: Mike Krzyzewski, Duke(66-18)

.767: Tom Izzo, Michigan State (23-7)

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