NCAA Basketball: Top 10 Longest Winning Streaks in College Basketball History (Division I)
Here are the top 10 longest winning streaks in men’s college basketball history.
John Wooden‘s UCLA Bruins of the late 1960s and early 1970s dominate. They appear three times and hold the all-time, and probably unbreakable, record – 88 games won in a row! No one even comes close to that today.
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|2.||San Francisco||60||1955-57||Phil Woolpert|
|5.||Texas||44||1913-17||Theo Bellmont, Roy Henderson, Eugene Van Gent|
|6.||LIU Brooklyn||43||1935-37||Clair Bee|
|6.||Seton Hall||43||1939-41||Honey Russell|
|10.||North Carolina||37||1957-58||Frank McGuire|
Source data courtesy NCAA.org.
Posted on January 22, 2013, in NCAA Basketball and tagged college basketball, history, john wooden, List, longest, ncaa basketball, school, sports list of the day, streaks, team, top, ucla, winning. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.