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2003-2004 Kentucky Basketball Roster

Front Row (l to r): Associate Coach David Hobbs, Head Coach Tubby Smith, Patrick Sparks, Brandon Stockton, Ravi Moss, Matt Heissenbuttel, Gerald Fitch, Cliff Hawkins, Josh Carrier, Kelenna Azubuike, Preston LeMaster, Assistant Coach Reggie Hanson, Assistant Coach Scott Rigot

Back Row: Equipment Manager Bill Keightley, Saul Smith, Athletic Trainer David Kindy, Chuck Hayes, Bobby Perry, Erik Daniels, Lukasz Obrzut, Shagari Alleyne, Bernard Cote, Sheray Thomas, Antwain Barbour, Cameron Hill, Allen Edwards, Strength and Conditioning Coach Tom Boyd

#PlayerHometown (Last School)HtWt
1Cliff HawkinsDumfries, VA (Potomac) 6'1"187
1Brandon StocktonGlasgow, KY (High)5'9"167
2Ravi MossHopkinsville, KY (University Heights)6'2"190
4Gerald FitchMacon, GA (Westside)6'3"188
5Josh CarrierBowling Green, KY (High)6'4"205
10Lukasz ObrzutGliwice, PO (Bridgton (Maine) Academy)7'1"265
12Bernard CoteSt. Lambert, QB (Champlain-St. Lambert)6'9"217
12Preston LeMasterParis, KY (Bourbon County)6'2"188
13Bobby PerryDurham, NC (Hillside)6'8"215
14Erik DanielsCincinnati, OH (Princeton)6'8"214
15Matt HeissenbuttelLexington, KY (Catholic)6'4"194
21Shagari AlleyneShagari AlleyneNew York, NY (Rice)7'3"271
22Patrick SparksCentral City, KY (Muhlenberg North)6'0"180
23Sheray ThomasMontreal, QB (Riverdale Baptist, Marlboro MD)6'8"236
24Kelenna AzubuikeTulsa, OK (Victory Christian)6'5"220
33Antwain BarbourElizabethtown, KY (High)6'5"195
44Chuck HayesModesto, CA (Modesto Christian)6'6"242

2004-2005 Kentucky Basketball Roster

Front Row (L to R): Associate Head Coach David Hobbs, Head Coach Tubby Smith, Patrick Sparks, Ramel Bradley, Ravi Moss, Chuck Hayes, Josh Carrier, Preston LeMaster, Rajon Rondo, Brandon Stockton, Assistant Coach Scott Rigot, Assistant Coach Reggie Hanson.
Back Row: Director of Basketball Operations Leon Smith, Equipment Manager Bill Keightley, Athletic Trainer David Kindy, Kelenna Azubuike, Bobby Perry, Lukasz Obrzut, Shagari Alleyne, Randolph Morris, Sheray Thomas, Joe Crawford, Director of Player Development Cameron Hill, Manager Chris Briggs, Strength Coach Tom Boyd.
#PlayerHometown (Last School)HtWt
1Brandon StocktonGlasgow, KY (High)5'9"167
2Ravi MossHopkinsville, KY (University Heights)6'2"190
3Ramel BradleyRamel BradleyNew York, NY (Park West)6'2"176
4Rajon RondoRajon RondoLouisville, KY (Eastern)6'1"171
5Josh CarrierBowling Green, KY (High)6'4"205
10Lukasz ObrzutGliwice, PO (Bridgton (Maine) Academy)7'1"265
12Preston LeMasterParis, KY (Bourbon County)6'2"188
13Bobby PerryDurham, NC (Hillside)6'8"215
21Shagari AlleyneShagari AlleyneNew York, NY (Rice)7'3"271
22Patrick SparksCentral City, KY (Muhlenberg North)6'0"180
23Sheray ThomasMontreal, QB (Riverdale Baptist, Marlboro MD)6'8"236
24Kelenna AzubuikeTulsa, OK (Victory Christian)6'5"220
32Joe CrawfordDetroit, MI (Renaissance)6'5"211
33Randolph MorrisRandolph MorrisPalmetto, GA (Landmark Christian)6'11"259
44Chuck HayesModesto, CA (Modesto Christian)6'6"242

2005-2006 Kentucky Basketball Roster

Front Row (l to r): Associate Head Coach David Hobbs, Head Coach Tubby Smith, Adam Williams, Ramel Bradley, Brandon Stockton, Ravi Moss, Patrick Sparks, Preston LeMaster, Rajon Rondo, Joe Crawford, Assistant Coach Scott Rigot, Assistant Coach Reggie Hanson

Back Row: Director of Basketball Operations Leon Smith, Equipment Manager Bill Keightley, Athletic Trainer David Kindy, Rekalin Sims, Randolph Morris, Lukasz Obrzut, Shagari Alleyne, Jared Carter, Sheray Thomas, Bobby Perry, Director of Player Development Cameron Hill, Manager Chris Briggs, Strength Coach Tom Boyd

#PlayerClassHometown (Last School)HtWt
1Brandon StocktonSRGlasgow, KY (High)5'9"167
2Ravi MossSRHopkinsville, KY (University Heights)6'2"190
3Ramel BradleyRamel BradleySRNew York, NY (Park West)6'2"176
4Rajon RondoRajon RondoSOLouisville, KY (Eastern)6'1"171
10Lukasz ObrzutSRGliwice, PO (Bridgton (Maine) Academy)7'1"265
12Preston LeMasterSRParis, KY (Bourbon County)6'2"188
13Bobby PerrySRDurham, NC (Hillside)6'8"215
21Shagari AlleyneShagari AlleyneJRNew York, NY (Rice)7'3"271
22Patrick SparksSRCentral City, KY (Muhlenberg North)6'0"180
23Sheray ThomasSRMontreal, QB (Riverdale Baptist, Marlboro MD)6'8"236
25Adam WilliamsFRSt. Albans, WV (High)6'4"190
32Joe CrawfordSRDetroit, MI (Renaissance)6'5"211
33Randolph MorrisRandolph MorrisJRPalmetto, GA (Landmark Christian)6'11"259
42Rekalin SimsSOVallejo, CA (De La Salle)6'8"200
43Jared CarterSRGeorgetown, KY (Scott County)7'2"277

3-point Field Goal Records

CAREER LEADERS
 
3-point Field Goals Made 
  Player Seasons           Pct 3FGA 3FG
1 Tony Delk 1993-96 0.398 712 283
2 Keith Bogans 2000-03 0.342 743 254
3 Tayshaun Prince 1999-02 0.329 621 204
4 Gerald Fitch 2001-04 0.396 502 199
5 Derrick Miller 1986-90 0.358 533 191
6 Travis Ford 1992-94 0.445 427 190
7 Joe Crawford 2004-08 0.35 532 186
8 Jodie Meeks 2007-09 0.386 459 177
  Ramel Bradley 2004-08 0.355 499 177
10 Darius Miller 2008-12 0.379 462 175
           
3-point Field Goals Attempted 
  Player Seasons Pct 3FG 3FGA
1 Keith Bogans 2000-03 0.342 254 743
2 Tony Delk 1993-96 0.398 283 712
3 Tayshaun Prince 1999-02 0.329 204 621
4 Derrick Miller 1986-90 0.358 191 533
5 Joe Crawford 2004-08 0.35 186 532
6 Gerald Fitch 2001-04 0.396 199 502
7 Ramel Bradley 2004-08 0.355 177 499
8 Darius Miller 2008-12 0.379 175 462
9 Jodie Meeks 2007-09 0.386 177 459
10 John Pelphrey 1989-92 0.37 160 433
           
3-point Field Goals Percentage (min. 150 attempts) 
  Player Seasons 3FG 3FGA Pct
1 Doron Lamb 2010-12 144 303 0.4752
2 Cameron Mills 1995-98 81 171 0.4737
3 Jamal Murray 2015-16 113 277 0.4079
4 Walter McCarty 1994-96 75 187 0.4011
5 Travis Ford 1992-94 190 427 0.445
6 Rex Chapman 1987-88 134 335 0.4
7 Derek Anderson 1994-96 61 153 0.3987
8 Derek Willis 2014-17 108 271 0.3985
9 Tony Delk 1993-96 283 712 0.3975
10 Malik Monk 2016-17 104 262 0.3969
           
SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS
           
3-point Field Goals Made 
  Player Season Pct 3FGA 3FG
1 Jodie Meeks 2008-09 0.406 288 117
2 Jamal Murray 2015-16 0.408 277 113
3 Malik Monk 2016-17 0.397 262 104
4 Travis Ford 1992-93 0.529 191 101
5 Derrick Miller 1989-90 0.332 298 99
6 Tony Delk 1993-94 0.374 254 95
7 Tony Delk 1995-96 0.443 210 93
8 Brandon Knight 2010-11 0.377 231 87
9 James Young 2013-14 0.349 235 82
  Patrick Sparks 2004-05 0.376 218 82
11 Keith Bogans 2002-03 0.383 209 80
12 Gerald Fitch 2003-04 0.401 197 79
13 Tony Delk 1994-95 0.391 197 77
14 Doron Lamb 2011-12 0.466 163 76
15 Keith Bogans 2000-01 0.361 205 74
16 Jeff Sheppard 1997-98 0.376 189 71
17 Ramel Bradley 2006-07 0.367 188 69
  Patrick Sparks 2005-06 0.385 179 69
  Anthony Epps 1996-97 0.388 178 69
20 Doron Lamb 2010-11 0.486 140 68
  Rex Chapman 1986-87 0.386 176 68
           
3-point Field Goals Attempted 
  Player Season Pct 3FG 3FGA
1 Derrick Miller 1989-90 0.332 99 298
2 Jodie Meeks 2008-09 0.406 117 288
3 Jamal Murray 2015-16 0.408 113 277
4 Malik Monk 2016-17 0.397 104 262
5 Tony Delk 1993-94 0.374 95 254
6 James Young 2013-14 0.349 82 235
7 Brandon Knight 2010-11 0.377 87 231
8 Patrick Sparks 2004-05 0.376 82 218
9 Tony Delk 1995-96 0.443 93 210
10 Keith Bogans 2002-03 0.383 80 209
11 Keith Bogans 2000-01 0.361 74 205
12 Gerald Fitch 2003-04 0.401 79 197
13 Tony Delk 1994-95 0.391 77 197
14 Tayshaun Prince 2001-02 0.34 65 191
  Travis Ford 1992-93 0.529 101 191
16 Jeff Sheppard 1997-98 0.376 71 189
17 Ramel Bradley 2006-07 0.367 69 188
  Dale Brown 1992-93 0.34 64 188
19 Aaron Harrison 2014-15 0.316 59 187
20 Joe Crawford 2006-07 0.35 63 180
  Jamal Mashburn 1992-93 0.439 66 180
           
Highest 3-point Field-Goal Percentage (min. 100 att.) 
  Player Season 3FG 3FGA Pct
1 Travis Ford 1992-93 101 191 0.529
2 Doron Lamb 2010-11 68 140 0.486
3 Doron Lamb 2011-12 76 163 0.466
4 Darius Miller 2010-11 58 131 0.443
  Tony Delk 1995-96 93 210 0.443
6 Derek Willis 2015-16 53 120 0.442
7 Jamal Mashburn 1991-92 58 132 0.439
8 Rex Chapman 1987-88 66 159 0.415
9 Devin Booker 2014-15 58 141 0.411
  Jeff Brassow 1993-94 46 112 0.411
           
SINGLE-GAME LEADERS
           
3-point Field Goals Made 
  Player, Opponent (Date)     3FGA 3FG
1 Jodie Meeks, at Tennessee (1-13-2009)      15 10
2 Eric Bledsoe, East Tennessee St (3-18-2010)     11 9
  Jodie Meeks, Appalachian State (12-20-2008)     14 9
  Tony Delk, TCU (1-20-1996)      12 9
4 Malik Monk, North Carolina (12/17/2017)     12 8
  Jamal Murray, Florida (2-6-2016)      10 8
  Cameron Mills, Florida (2-1-1998)     14 8
  Derrick Miller, Tennessee (1-20-1990)      13 8
  Derrick Miller. North Carolina (12-27-1989)     16 8
  Derrick Miller, Kansas (12-9-1989)      19 8
           
3-point Field Goals Attempted 
  Player, Opponent (Date)     3FGA 3FG
1 Derrick Miller, Kansas (12-9-1989)     8 19
2 Derrick Miller, Tennessee Tech (12-6-1989)     7 18
3 Derrick Miller, LSU (2-15-1990)     7 16
  Derrick Miller, North Carolina (12-27-1989)     7 16
  Derrick Miller, UL Lafayette (12-23-1989)     7 16
6 Jodie Meeks, at Tennessee (1-13-2009)     10 15
  Jodie Meeks, Tennessee State (12-22-2009)     8 15
  Jamal Mashburn, South Carolina (1-4-1992)     5 15
  Derrick Miller, Vanderbilt (2-7-1990)     6 15
  Derrick Miller, Ole Miss (1-27-1990)     4 15
           
Consecutive Games with 3-point Field Goal 
Player
Jamal Murray 36 (36 in 2015-16) 
Tony Delk 34 (32 in 1993-94, 2 in 1994-95)
Travis Ford 32 (27 in 1992-93, 5 in 1993-94)
Keith Bogans 29 (3 in 2001-02, 27 in 2002-03)
Jodie Meeks 27 (1 in 2007-08, 26 in 2008-09)

Kentucky In The NCAA Record Book

Kentucky’s NCAA Tournament Tradition
Kentucky has made *58 appearances in the NCAA Tournament — more than any other school. Kentucky has captured the NCAA title eight times. Through the years, the Wildcats have racked up an impressive 129-52 NCAA Tournament record.


Totals:

  • 52 appearances
  • Won 129
  • Lost 52
  • Eight NCAA Championships
  • Runner-up four times
  • 17 Final Four appearances
  • 34 Elite Eight appearances.

Years in NCAA Tourney:
1942-45-48-49-51-52-55-56-57-58-59-61-62-64-66-68-69-70-71-72-73-75-77-78-80-81-82-83-84-85-86-87-*-92-93-94-95-96-97-98-99-00-01-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-10-11-12-14-15-16-17-18-19.

*1988 appearance vacated as part of NCAA sanctions.


Kentucky in the NCAA Record Books
The Wildcats hold numerous records in NCAA play, both as a team and individually. Here are the NCAA records held by the Wildcats:


Fewest Points Allowed (single game, since 1938):
6 — Kentucky (75) vs. Arkansas State, Jan. 8, 1945; and Tennessee (11) vs. Temple, Dec. 15, 1973


Fewest Field Goals (single game, since 1938):
2 — Arkansas State vs. Kentucky, Jan. 8, 1945; Duke vs. N.C. State, March 8, 1968


Most Rebounds (single game):
108 — Kentucky vs. Ole Miss, Feb. 8, 1964


Most Consecutive Homecourt Victories:
129 — Kentucky, from Jan. 4, 1943, to Jan. 8, 1955 (ended by Georgia Tech, 59-58)


Unbeaten Teams (since 1938, UK is one of 12 schools):
1954 — Kentucky (25-0)


30-Game Winners (UK has registered more 30-game winning seasons than any other school in the NCAA):
15; breakdown of 30-game winning seasons below:

38 Kentucky, 2012 NCAA record
  Kentucky, 2015 NCAA record
36 Kentucky, 1948
35 Kentucky, 1997
  Kentucky, 1998
  Kentucky, 2010
34 Kentucky, 1947
32 Kentucky, 1949
  Kentucky, 1951
  Kentucky, 1986
  Kentucky, 2003
  Kentucky, 2017
30 Kentucky, 1978
  Kentucky, 1993
  Kentucky, 1996
  Kentucky, 2019

Most Wins by a Coach in his First Year at a School:
35 — Tubby Smith, Kentucky, 1998 & John Calipari, Kentucky, 2010


NCAA Championships

1 UCLA 11
2 Kentucky 8
3 North Carolina 6
4 Duke 5
  Indiana 5

 


NCAA Final Fours

1 North Carolina 20
2 Kentucky 17
  UCLA 17
4 Duke 16
5 Kansas 14

NCAA Final Four Wins

1 UCLA 25
2 Kentucky 20
3 North Carolina 18
4 Duke 17
5 Indiana 12
  Kansas 12

 


NCAA Tournament Appearances

1 Kentucky 58
2 North Carolina 50
3 Kansas 48
4 UCLA 47
5 Duke 43

 


Tournament Games

1 Kentucky 181
2 North Carolina 173
3 Kansas 155
4 Duke 152
5 UCLA 141

Tournament Wins

1 Kentucky 129
2 North Carolina 126
3 Duke 114
4 Kansas 108
5 UCLA 101

Tournament Winning Percentage

1 Duke .750 (114-38)
2 North Carolina .728 (126-47)
3 UCLA .716 (101-40)
4 Kentucky .713 (129-52)
5 Florida .710 (44-18)

All-Time
Most Tournament Appearances: 58 – Kentucky
Most Tournament Games: 181 – Kentucky
Most Tournament Wins: 129 – Kentucky


Series
Most Assists in a Tournament: 143 – Kentucky, 1996 (6 games)
Most Blocks in a Tournament: 48 – Kentucky, 1998 (6 games)


Team
Fewest Points in a Final Four Game: 28 – Kentucky vs. Dartmouth (47), 1942
Fewest Field Goals Allowed in a Final Four Game: 9 – Kentucky vs Oklahoma State (9), 1949
Most Blocks in a Tournament Game: 15 – Kentucky vs. Stony Brook, 2016
Most Blocks in a Tournament Game (Two Teams): 20 – Kentucky (14) vs. UCLA (6), 1998
Most FGs Attempted in a Tournament Game (Two Teams): 196 – Austin Peay (97) vs Kentucky (96), 1973 (OT)
Most Personal Fouls by Two Final Four Teams: 61 – Syracuse (30) vs. Kentucky (31), 1975
Highest FT% (Tied):  100% – (18-18) Kentucky vs. Utah, 2003 and (17-17) Kentucky vs. Villanova, 1988


Individual
Highest FG%: 100.0% (Tied) – Kenny Walker (11-11) vs.Western Kentucky, 1986
Highest 3-Point FG% (Min, Five 3-Point FGs): 100% (Tied) – Jamal Mashburn (5-5) vs. Wake Forest, 1993


Team – Championship Game
Largest Halftime Deficit Overcome: 10 – Kentucky (31) vs. Utah (41), 1998
Most Points Scored by Two Teams: 182 – Kentucky (94) vs. Duke (88), 1978
Most FG Made by Two Teams: 71 – UCLA (38) vs. Kentucky (33), 1975
Most 3FG: 12 – Kentucky vs. Syracuse, 1996 (12-27)
Most Disqualifications: 4 – Kentucky vs. Arizona, 1997
Most Blocks: 11 – Kentucky vs. Kansas, 2012


Individual – Championship Game
Blocks: 6 (Tied) – Anthony Davis vs. Kansas, 2012
Most 3FG: 7 (Tied) – Tony Delk (7-12) vs. Syracuse, 1996


NCAA Tournament Team Game Highs


Team Points
113, Mount Saint Mary’s (1995, 1st Round)
110, San Jose State (1996, 1st Round)
109, Notre Dame (1970, Sweet 16)
106, Florida State (1993, Elite 8)
106, Iowa State (1992, 2nd Round)
106, Austin Peay (1973, Sweet 16) [OT]
by Opponent
107 by Western Kentucky (1971, Sweet 16)
106 by Jacksonville (1970, Elite 8)
104 by Duke (1992, Elite 8) [OT]


Fewest Points
28, Dartmouth (1942, Elite 8)
37, Ohio State (1945, Sweet 16)
40, Georgetown (1984, Final Four)
44, Middle Tennessee (1982, 1st Round)
by Opponent
36, Oklahoma State (1949, Championship)
39, West Virginia (2015, Sweet 16)
40, Miami, Ohio (1999, Sweet 16)
42, Baylor (1948, Championship)


Field Goals
50, Austin Peay (1973, Sweet 16)
43, Notre Dame (1970, Sweet 16)
43, Marquette (1968, Sweet 16)
43, Marquette (1959, Regional Consolation)
42, San Jose State (1996, 1st Round)
by Opponent
46 by Austin Peay (1973, Sweet 16)
42 by Western Kentucky (1971, Sweet 16)


Field Goals Attempted
99, Miami, Ohio (1958, Sweet 16)
97, Austin Peay (1973, Sweet 16)
89, Jacksonville (1970, Elite 8)
86, UCLA (1975, Championship)
84, Loyola (1964, Regional Consolation)
by Opponent
99 by Austin Peay (1973, Sweet 16)
87 by Michigan State (1957, Elite 8)
85 by Michigan (1966, Elite 8)


Highest Field-Goal Percentage
.667, Southern (1988, 1st Round) [38 of 57]
.621, Miami, Ohio (1978, Sweet 16) [41of66]
.619, Wake Forest (1993, Sweet 16) [3 of 63]
.615, Utah (2005, Sweet 16) [24 of 39]
.615, IUPUI (2003, 1st Round) [40 of 65]
by Opponent
.660 by Ohio State (1987, 1st Round) [3of 50]
.654 by Duke (1992, Elite 8) [34 of 52]
.605 by North Carolina (1977, Elite 8) [23 of 38]


Lowest Field-Goal Percentage
.245, Georgetown (1984, Final Four) [13 of 53]
.280, North Carolina (1995, Elite 8) [21 of 75]
.302, Temple (1958, Final Four) [19 of 63]
.311, UAB (2006, 1st Round) [19 of 61]
.316, Marquette (1994, 2nd Round) [24 of 76]
by Opponent
.241 by West Virginia (2015, Sweet 16) [13 of 54]
.263 by Stony Brook (2016, First Round) [20 of 76]
.282 by Notre Dame (1958, Elite 8) [22 of 78]
.288 by Hampton (2015, 2nd Round) [17 of 59]


3-Point Field Goals
16, Wake Forest (1993, Sweet 16)
15, East Tennessee State (2010, 1st Round)
13, Iowa (2001, 2nd Round)
13, Mount Saint Mary’s (1995, 1st Round)
12, North Carolina (2011, Elite 8)
12, Syracuse (1996, Championship)
by Opponent
13 by Arizona State (1995, Sweet 16)
12 by Kansas (1999, 2nd Round)


3-Point Field Goals Attempted
38, Marquette (1994, 2nd Round)
36, North Carolina (1995, Elite 8)
33, East Tennessee State (2010, 1st Round)
32, West Virginia (2010, Elite 8)
30, Arizona (1997, Championship)
by Opponent
33 by Davidson (2018, 1st Round)
32 by Northern Kentucky (2017, 1st Round)
32 by St. Bonaventure (2000, 1st Round)


3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 attempts)
.667, Wake Forest (1993, Sweet 16) [16 of 24]
.636, Wake Forest (1996, Elite 8) [7 of 11]
.583, Cincinnati (2005, 2nd Round) [7 of 12]
.571, New Mexico State (1999, 1st Round) [8 of 14]
.545, North Carolina (2011, Elite 8) [12 of 22]
.545, Duke (1992, Elite 8) [12 of 22]
by Opponent
.625 by Kansas (2007, 2nd Round) [10 of 16]
.571 by USC (2001, Sweet 16) [8 of 14]
.556 by Holy Cross (2001, Sweet 16) [10 of 18]


Free Throws
35, Indiana (2012, Sweet 16)
33, Tennessee State (1994, 1st Round)
30, Washington (1985, 1st Round)
30, Ohio State (1961, Elite 8)
30, Pittsburgh (1957, Sweet 16)
BY OPPONENT
38 by Loyola (1964, Regional Consolation)
34 by Arizona (1997, Championship)
34 by Iowa State (1992, 2nd Round)


Free Throws Attempted
48, Tennessee State (1994, 1st Round)
41, Pittsburgh (1957, Sweet 16)
40, Washington (1985, 1st Round)
39, Ohio State (1961, Elite 8)
38, Syracuse (1975, Final Four)
by Opponent
44 by Loyola (1964, Regional Consolation)
41 by Arizona (1997, Championship)
40 by UAB (1981, 2nd Round)


Free Throw Percentage (min. 10 attempts)
1.000, Utah (2003, Sweet 16) [18 of 18]
.946, Indiana (2012, Sweet 16) [35 of 37]
.944, Connecticut (2006, 2nd Round) [17 of 18]
.900, Dayton (1966, Sweet 16) [18 of 20]
.900, Wisconsin (2015, Final Four) [9 of 10]
by Opponent
1.000 by Villanova (1988, Sweet 16) [17 of 17]
.950 by Wisconsin (2014, Final Four) [19 of 20]
.917 by Utah (1997, Elite 8) [11 of 12]
.917 by North Carolina (1977, Elite 8) [33 of 36]


Rebound Margin
+27, Abilene Christina (2019, 1st Round)
+26, Florida State (1993, Sweet 16)
+23, Florida State (1980, 2nd Round)
+20, Hampton (2105, 2nd Round)
+20, Davidson (1986, 1st Round)
by Opponent
+25 by Marquette (1971, Regional Consolation)
+24 by Ohio State (1961, Elite 8)
+15 by Utah (1998, Championship)


Assists
35, San Jose State (1996, 1st Round)
33, Mount St. Mary’s (1995, 1st Round)
27, East Tennessee State (2010, 1st Round)
27, Arizona State (1995, Sweet 16)
26, Iowa State (1992, 2nd Round)
by Opponent
23 by Duke (1992, Elite 8)
23 by UCLA (1975, Championship)
21 by Marquette (2003, Elite 8)


Most Turnovers
25, Southern (1988, 1st Round)
23, Florida State (1978, 1st Round)
21, Syracuse (2000, 2nd Round)
20, Florida State (1993, Elite 8)
20, Louisville (1984, Sweet 16)
by Opponent
30 by Old Dominion (1992, 1st Round)
28 by Tennessee State (1994, 1st Round)
26 by Minnesota (1997, Final Four)
26 by San Jose State (1996, 1st Round)


Fewest Turnovers
4, Wisconsin (2014, Final Four)
6, UCLA (2017, Sweet 16)
6, Wisconsin (2015, Final Four)
6, Indiana (2012, Sweet 16)
6, Stanford (1998, Final Four)
6, Utah (1996, Sweet 16)
by Opponent
4 by Florida State (1978, 1st Round)
5 by St. John’s (1995, Sweet 16)
6 by Duke (1998, Elite 8)


Blocks
15, Stony Brook (2016, 1st Round)
14, UCLA (1998, Sweet 16)
11, Kansas (2012, National Championship)
11, Ohio State (2011, Sweet 16)
11, East Tennessee State (2010, 1st Round)
11, South Carolina State (1998, 1st Round)
11, Montana (1997, 1st Round)
by Opponent
9 by North Carolina (2017, Elite Eight)
9 by Florida State (1978, 1st Round)
8 by Massachusetts (1996, Final Four)
8 by Middle Tennessee (1982, 1st Round)


Steals
17, San Jose State (1996, 1st Round)
17, Tennessee State (1994, 1st Round)
16, Marquette (1994, 2nd Round)
16, Old Dominion (1992, 1st Round)
14, Minnesota (1997, Final Four)
14, Montana (1997, 1st Round)
by Opponent
13 by Florida A&M (2004, 1st Round)
11 by Kansas State (2018, Sweet 16)
11 by East Tennessee State (2010, 1st Round)
11 by USC (2001, Sweet 16)
11 by Louisville (1983, Elite 8)


Winning Margin
+46, Mount St. Mary’s, 1995 (1st Round) [113-67]
+44, Rider, 1993 (1st Round) [96-52]
+39, West Virginia, (2015, Sweet 16) [78-39]
+38, Montana, 1997 (1st Round) [92-54]
+38, San Jose State, 1996 (1st Round) [110-72]


NCAA Tournament Individual Game Highs


Individual Points
44, Dan Issel vs. Notre Dame (1970, Sweet 16)
41, Tayshaun Prince vs. Tulsa (2002, 2nd Round)
41, Jack Givens vs. Duke (1978, Finals)
36, Dan Issel vs. Miami, Ohio (1969, Reg. Cons.)
36, Dan Issel vs. Marquette (1968, Sweet 16)
by Opponent
52 by Austin Carr, Notre Dame (1970, Sweet 16)
36 by Henry Finkel, Dayton (1966, Sweet 16)
35 by Jim McDaniels, Western Kentucky (1971, Sweet 16)
34 by Carl Cain, Iowa (1956, Elite 8)
33 by Kent Benson, Indiana (1975, Elite 8)
33 by Jerry Lucas, Ohio State (1962, Elite 8)
33 by Jerry Lucas, Ohio State (1961, Elite 8)


Field Goals
18, Jack Givens vs. Duke (1978 Championship) [27 attempts]
17, Dan Issel vs. Notre Dame (1970 Sweet 16) [28 attempts]
15, Jim Andrews vs. Austin Peay (1973 Sweet 16) [19 attempts]
14, Tayshaun Prince vs. Tulsa (2002 2nd Round) [21 attempts]
14, Dan Issel vs. Marquette (1968 Sweet 16) [18 attempts]
14, Louie Dampier vs. Dayton (1966 Sweet 16) [23 attempts]
14, Bob Burrow vs. Wayne State (1956 Sweet 16)
by Opponent
22 by Austin Carr, Notre Dame (1970, 1st Round) [35 attempts]
15 by Henry Finkel, Dayton (1966, Sweet 16) [26 attempts]


Field Goal Attempts
30, Kevin Grevey vs. UCLA (1975 Championship) [13 made]
29, Bill Spivey vs. Kansas State (1951 Championship) [9 made
28, Dan Issel vs. Notre Dame (1970 Sweet 16) [17 made]
27, Jack Givens vs. Duke (1978 Championship) [18 made]
27, Pat Riley vs. Michigan (1966 Elite 8) [13 made]
27, Cotton Nash vs. Loyola (1964 Reg. Cons.) [11 made]
by Opponent
35 by Austin Carr, Notre Dame (1970, 1st Round) [22 made]
32 by Elgin Baylor, Seattle (1958, Nat. Championship) [9 made]
31 by James Williams, Austin Peay (1973, Sweet 16) [13 made]
29 by Don Hennon, Pittsburgh (1957, Sweet 16) [11 made]
26 by Ron Carter, VMI (1977, Sweet 16) [13 made]
26 by Henry Finkel, Dayton (1966, Sweet 16) [15 made]
26 by Bob Brown, Louisville (1951, 1st Round) [7 made]


Field Goal Percentage (min. 8 attempts)
1.000, Kenny Walker vs. W. Kentucky (1986, 2nd Round) [11-11]
.909, Travis Ford vs. Wake Forest (1993, Sweet 16) [10-11]
.900, DeMarcus Cousins vs. Wake Forest (2010, 2nd Rd.) [9-10]
.900, Patrick Patterson vs. E. Tenn. State (2010, 1st Rd.) [9-10]
.875, Three times last Anthony Davis vs. Louisville (2012, Final Four) [7-8]
by Opponent
1.000 by Christian Laettner, Duke (1992, Elite 8) [10-of-10]
.900 by Ben Caton, Utah (1996, Sweet 16) [9-of-10]
.875 by Ric Cobb, Marqutte (1969, Sweet 16) [7-of-8]
.818 by Randy Ayers, Miami, Ohio (1978, Sweet 16) [9-of-11]

3-Point Field Goals
8, Eric Bledsoe vs. E. Tenn. State (2010, 1st Rd.) [9 attempts]
7, Tony Delk vs. Syracuse (1996 Championship) [12 attempts]
6, Tayshaun Prince vs. Tulsa (2002 2nd Round) [8 attempts]
6, Tayshaun Prince vs. Iowa (2001 2nd Round) [8 attempts]
5, 15 times last by Doron Lamb (2012 3rd Round) [7 attempts]
by Opponent
6, 8 times last by Armoni Brooks, Houston (2019, Sweet 16)


3-Point Field Goals Attempts
14, Tony Delk vs. North Carolina (1995 Elite 8) [5 made]
12, Scott Padgett vs. Arizona (1997 Championship) [3 made]
12, Tony Delk vs. Syracuse (1996 Championship) [7 made]
12, Tony Delk vs. Marquette (1994 2nd Round) [5 made]
11, Brandon Knight vs. UConn (2011, Final Four)
11, Brandon Knight vs. North Carolina (2011, Elite 8)
by Opponent
18 by Jeff Boschee, Kansas (1999, 2nd Round) [6 made]
14, Terrence Woods, Florida A&M (2004, 1st Round)
12, Armoni Brooks, Houston (2019, Sweet 16)
12, Fletcher Magee, Wofford, (2019, 2nd Round)


3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 5 attempts)
1.000, Jamal Mashburn vs. Wake Forest (1993, Sweet 16) [5-5]
.889, Eric Bledsoe vs. E. Tenn. State (2010 1st Rd.) [8-9]
.833, Cameron Mills vs. St. Joseph’s (1997, Sweet 16) [5-6]
.833, Travis Ford vs. Wake Forest (1993, Sweet 16) [5-6]
.800, John Pelphrey vs. Iowa State (1992, 2nd Round) [4-5]
by Opponent
.857, Brandon Rush, Kansas (2007, 2nd Round) [6 of 7]
.833 by Shannon Brown, Michigan State (2005, Elite 8) [5-of-6]
.800, Nathan Hoover, Wofford (2019, 2nd Round) [4 of 5]
.800, Isaac Hamilton, UCLA (2017, Sweet 16) [4 of 5]


Free Throws
17, Roger Newman vs. Ohio State (1961 Elite 8) [22 attempts]
14, Randolph Morris vs. Kansas (2007, 2nd Round)
13, Five times, last by De’Aaron Fox vs. UCLA (2017, Sweet 16)
by Opponent
16 by John Riser, Pittsburgh (1957, Sweet 16) [17 attempts]
15 by Ron Bayless, Iowa State (1992, 2nd Round) [16 attempts]
14 by Miles Simon, Arizona (1997 Championship) [17 attempts]
14 by Dean Meminger, Marquette (1971, Reg. Consol.) [17 att.]
14 by Jim Coleman, Loyola (1964, Elite 8) [17 attempts]


Free Throw Attempts
22, Roger Newman vs. Ohio State (1961 Elite 8) [17 made]
20, PJ Washington vs. Kansas State (2018, Sweet 16)
19, Rodrick Rhodes vs. Tenn. St. (1994 1st Round) [13 made]
17, Scott Padgett vs. Kansas (1999 2nd Round) [13 made]
by Opponent
18 by Robert Kendrick, Wayne State (1956 Sweet 16) [10 made]
17 by Miles Simon, Arizona (1997 Championship) [14 made]
17 by Dean Meminger, Marquette (1971, Reg. Consolation) [14 made]
17 by Jim Coleman, Loyola (1964, Elite 8) [14 made]
17 by John Riser, Pittsburgh (1957, Sweet 16) [16 made]


Free Throw Percentage (min. 8 attempts)
1.000, 11 times, last by Michael Kidd-Gilchrist vs. Indiana (2012, Sweet 16) [10 of 10]
by Opponent
1.000, 14 times last by Jared Harper, Auburn (2019, Elite 8) [11 of 11]


Rebounds
24, Jerry Bird vs. Iowa (1956, Elite 8)
21, Bill Spivey vs. Kansas State (1951, Championship)
18, Bam Adebayo vs. NKU (2017, 1st Round)
16, Six times, last Anthony Davis vs. Kansas (2012, Championship)
by Opponent
30, Jerry Lucas, Ohio State (1961, Elite 8)
23, Kent Benson, Indiana (1975, Elite 8)
20, Artis Gilmore, Jacksonville (1970, Elite 8)
19, Elgin Baylor, Seattle (1958, Championship)


Assists
14, Dicky Beal vs. BYU (1984, 2nd Round)
11, John Wall vs. E. Tennessee State (2010, 1st Round)
9, Seven times, last by Ramel Bradley vs. Kansas (2007, 2nd Round)
by Opponent
14 by Andre McCarter, UCLA (1975, National Championship)
12 by Edgar Padilla, Massachusetts (1996, Final Four)
11 by Dwayne Wade, Marquette (2003, Elite 8)
11 by Mateen Cleaves, Michigan State (1999, Elite 8)
11 by Bruce Douglass, Illinois (1984, Elite 8)


Blocks
7, Anthony Davis vs. Western Kentucky (2012, 2nd Round)
6, Skal Labissiere vs. Stony Brook (2016, 1st Round)
6, Anthony Davis vs. Kansas (2012, Championship)
6, Anthony Davis vs. Baylor (2012, Elite 8)
6, Jamaal Magloire vs. UCLA (1998, Sweet 16)
6, Nazr Mohammed vs. UCLA (1998, Sweet 16)
by Opponent
6, Marcus Camby, Massachusetts (1996, Final Four)
5, Buck Hailey, Middle Tennessee (1982, 1st Round)
5, Bo Ellis, Marquette (1975, 1st Round)
4, Eight times, last by Kennedy Meeks, North Carolina (2017, Elite 8)


Steals
6, Anthony Epps vs. San Jose State (1996, 1st Round)
6, Antoine Walker vs. San Jose State (1996, 1st Round)
6, Dicky Beal vs. Louisville (1984, Sweet 16)
5, Nine times, last Shai Gilgeous-Alexander vs. Davidson (2018, 1st Round)
by Opponent
5, Terrence Woods, Florida A&M (2004, 1st Round)
5, Tim Horton, Tennessee State (1994, 1st Round)
4, 16 times, last by Reginald Johnson, Hampton (2015, 1st Round)