NCAA Basketball: Best Statistical Performances – Single Tournament

Michigan's Glen Rice Holds The Single Tournament Record For Points, Field Goals And Three Pointers. The Wolverines Won It All In 1988-89, Too.

Michigan’s Glen Rice Holds The Single Tournament Record For Points, Field Goals And Three Pointers. The Wolverines Won It All In 1988-89, Too.

Let’s take a look at some NCAA Tournament records, team and individual.

Yesterday, Sports List of the Day laid out single game school records. We’ve also checked out which 10 players scored the most points in a single game. Not long before that, all-time individual career records was posted.

How about offensive (and blocks and rebounds) records for one whole tournament?

And how about Glen Rice, who holds three of them, below.

CATEGORY RECORD # GAMES PLAYER SCHOOL SEASON
MOST POINTS 184 6 Glen Rice Michigan 1988-89
HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE 52.7 3 Austin Carr Notre Dame 1969-70
MOST FIELD GOALS 75 6 Glen Rice Michigan 1988-89
HIGHEST FG PERCENTAGE 78.9% (15-19) 3 Arinze Onuaku Syracuse 2008-09
MOST 3-POINTERS 27 6 Glen Rice Michigan 1988-89
HIGHEST 3P PERCENTAGE 100% (6-6) 4 Ranzino Smith North Carolina 1986-87
MOST FREE THROWS MADE 55 5 Bob Carney Bradley 1953-54
MOST FREE THROWS MADE IN A ROW 35 5 Arthur Lee Stanford 1997-98
MOST REBOUNDS 97 5 Elvin Hayes Houston 1967-68
MOST ASSISTS 61 5 Mark Wade UNLV 1986-87
MOST BLOCKS 29 6 Joakim Noah Florida 2005-06
MOST STEALS 23 6 Mookie Blaylock Oklahoma 1987-88

Photo: mlive.com

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