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NCAA Division I Tournament -- Coaches Records
(Complete through 2013 Tournament)
Coach, InstitutionYearsWonLostChampionships
Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 29 82 25 3 (1991-92, 2001
Dean Smith, North Carolina 27 65 27 2 (1982, 93)
Roy Williams, Kansas, North Carolina 23 62 21 2 (2005, 2009)
Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 30 52 30 1 (2003)
Jim Calhoun, Northeastern, Connecticut 23 51 20 3 (1999, 2004, 2
Rick Pitino, Boston U, Providence, Kentucky, Louisville 18 48 16 1 (1996, 2013)
John Wooden, UCLA 16 47 10 10 (1964-65,67-73
Lute Olson, Iowa, Arizona 28 46 28 1 (1997)
Bob Knight, Indiana, Texas Tech 28 45 25 3 (1976, 81, 87)
Denny Crum, Louisville 23 42 23 2 (1980, 86)
Tom Izzo, Michigan State 16 39 15 1 (2000)
Eddie Sutton, Oklahoma St, Arkansas, Kentucky, Creighton 26 39 26
John Calipari, Massachusetts, Memphis, Kentucky 14 38 13 1 (2012)
Jerry Tarkanian, Long Beach St, UNLV, Fresno State 18 38 18 1 (1990)
Bill Self, Tulsa, Illinois, Kansas 15 35 14 1 (2008)
John Thompson, Georgetown 20 34 19 1 (1984)
Billy Donovan, Florida 13 31 11 2 (2006-07)
Tubby Smith, Tulsa, Georgia, Kentucky,Minnesota 17 30 16 1 (1998)
Adolph Rupp, Kentucky 20 30 18 4 (1948-49, 51,
Gary Williams, Ohio State, Maryland, Boston College 17 29 16 1 (2002)
Bob Huggins, Akron, Cincinnati, West Virginia 20 27 20
Nolan Richardson, Tulsa, Arkansas 16 26 15 1 (1994)
Guy Lewis, Houston 14 26 18
Thad Matta, Butler, Xavier, Ohio State 11 23 11
Steve Fisher, Michigan, San Diego St 13 23 12 1 (1989)
John Chaney, Temple 17 23 17
Joe B. Hall, Kentucky 10 20 9 1 (1978)
Al McGuire, Marquette 9 20 9 1 (1977)
Rollie Massimino, Villanova 11 20 10 1 (1985)
Rick Barnes, Providence, Clemson,Texas 20 20 20
Larry Brown, Kansas, UCLA, Kansas 7 19 6 1 (1988)
Ben Howland, Northern Arizona, Pitt, UCLA 10 19 10
Rick Majerus, Ball State, Utah, Saint Louis 12 19 12
Gene Keady, Western Kentucky, Purdue 18 19 18
Lou Henson, New Mexico St, Illinois 19 19 20
Tom Davis, Boston College, Iowa 11 18 11
Billy Tubbs, Lamar, Oklahoma, TCU 12 18 12
Jim Harrick, Pepperdine, UCLA, Rhode Island, Georgia 16 18 15 1 (1995)
Mike Montgomery, Stanford 16 18 16
Digger Phelps, Fordham, Notre Dame 15 17 17
Lou Carnesecca, St. John's 18 17 20
Bo Ryan, Wisconsin 12 16 12
Lefty Driesell, Maryland, Davidson, James Madison, Ga St 13 16 14
Henry Iba, Oklahoma State 8 15 7 2 (1945-46)
Jim Valvano, Iona, NC State 9 15 8 1 (1983)
Terry Holland, Davidson, Virginia 10 15 10
Jud Heathcote, Montana, Michigan St 10 15 10 1 (1979)
Bobby Cremins, App St, Georgia Tech 11 15 11
Dale Brown, LSU 13 15 14
Mark Few, Gonzaga 14 15 14
Fred Taylor, Ohio State 5 14 4 1 (1960)
Frank McGuire, So Carolina, St Johns, North Carolina 8 14 8 1 (1957)
Gene Bartow, Memphis, UAB 12 14 12
Don Haskins, Texas-El Paso 14 14 13 1 (1966)
Lon Kruger, Kansas State, Florida, Illinois, UNLV, Oklahoma 14 14 14
Ray Meyer, DePaul 13 14 16
Phil Woolpert, San Francisco 4 13 2 2 (1955-56)
John Beilein, Canisius, Richmond, West Virginia, Michigan 8 13 8
Brad Stevens, Butler 5 12 5
P.J. Carlesimo, Seton Hall 6 12 6
Wimp Sanderson, Alabama 10 12 10
Jay Wright, Hofstra, Villanova 10 12 10
Tom Penders, Rhode Island, Texas, George Wash, Houston 11 12 11
Jack Gardner, Kansas State, Utah 8 12 12
Kelvin Sampson, Wash State, Oklahoma, Indiana 13 12 13
Norm Stewart, Missouri 16 12 16
Ed Jucker, Cincinnati 3 11 1 2 (1961-62)
Vic Bubas, Duke 4 11 4
Sean Miller, Xavier, Arizona 6 11 6
Steve Lavin, UCLA, St. John's 7 11 7
Jack Hartman, Kansas State 7 11 7
Jim O'Brien, Boston College, Ohio St 7 11 7
Clem Haskins, Western Ky, Minnesota 8 11 8
Jamie Dixon, Pittsburgh 8 11 8
Jack Kraft, Villanova, Rhode Island 7 11 8
Jamie Dixon, Pittsburgh 9 11 9
Bruce Weber, Southern Ill, Illinois 9 11 9
Don Donoher, Dayton 8 11 10