Division I NCAA Basketball Interconference Winning Percentages (11/18/2013)

1. West Coast              (30-3)                    0.909

Undefeated Teams:  Brigham Young, St. Mary’s, San Diego, Loyola Marymount, Pepperdine, Gonzaga, Pacific

2.Big Ten                    (35-4)                     0.897

Undefeated Teams:  Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan State, Illinois, Ohio State, Wisconsin, Purdue, Nebraska

3. American Athletic (25-4)                     0.862

Undefeated Teams:  Louisville, Connecticut, South Florida, Houston, Cincinnati, SMU, Memphis

4. Pacific Twelve        (29-5)                   0.853

Undefeated Teams:  Arizona, Arizona State, California, Utah, Oregon, UCLA, Washington State

5.Atlantic Ten             (32-7)                   0.821

Undefeated Teams:  George Washington, Virginia Commonwealth, Saint Louis, Saint Bonaventure, Dayton, George Mason, Massachusetts

5. Big Twelve             (23-5)                   0.821

Undefeated Teams:  Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Texas, Iowa State, Kansas, Baylor

7.Big East                  (22-5)                    0.815

Undefeated Teams:  Creighton, Providence, Xavier, Villanova, Butler

8. Atlantic Coast        (34-12)                   0.739

Undefeated Teams: Wake Forest, Syracuse, Georgia Tech, Florida State, Pittsburgh, Clemson

9. Southeastern         (25-9)                  0.735

Undefeated Teams:  Missouri, Texas A&M, Arkansas, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State, Mississippi

10. Conference USA    (31-17)                 0.645

Undefeated Teams:  East Carolina, UAB, Middle Tennessee, Tulane, Southern Mississippi

11. Missouri Valley      (19-11)                0.633

Undefeated Teams:  Wichita State, Missouri State, Evansville

12.Mountain West     (20-12)                 0.625

Undefeated Teams:  Utah State, Boise State, New Mexico

13. Mid-American       (19-16)                 0.543

Undefeated Teams:  Eastern Michigan, Toledo

14. Southland              (21-19)                 0.526

Undefeated Teams:   Sam Houston State, Incarnate Word, New Orleans

15.Horizon League      (16-16)                0.500

15.Western Athletic    (16-16)               0.500

15. Independents        (2-2)                     0.500

18. Big South                (18-20)                0.474

19.Southern                  (17-19)                0.472

20. Ivy League              (11-13)                0.458

Undefeated Teams:  Harvard

21. America East         (14-17)                  0.452

22. Patriot League      (13-16)                 0.448

Undefeated Teams:  Loyola (MD)

22. Colonial Athletic    (13-16)                0.448

24. Ohio Valley            (20-25)                 0.444

25. Big Sky                    (10-13)                 0.435

Undefeated Teams:  Northern Colorado, North Dakota

26.Big West                  (12-17)                 0.414

27.  Sun Belt                   (10-16)               0.385

28.Mid-Eastern            (15-25)                 0.375

29. Southwestern Atl. (12-21)                 0.364

30. Northeast              (10-22)                 0.313

31. Metro Atl. Athl.     (9-20)                    0.310

32. Atlantic Sun           (9-24)                   0.273

33. Summit                   (6-18)                  0.250

Undefeated Team Count:   81 teams as of 11/17/2013

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One thought on “Division I NCAA Basketball Interconference Winning Percentages (11/18/2013)

  1. Shayn Roby Post author

    Reblogged this on shaynroby and commented:

    Shayn Roby’s Take: Top Five leagues by percentage in college basketball right now as of 11/18/13: 1.WCC ,2.Big 10, 3. AAC 4. Pac-12, 5. Atlantic 10 and Big Twelve

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