Division I NCAA College Basketball Inter-Conference Winning Percentages (11/20)

Conference            Record               Winning Percentage

1.Big Ten                (39-4)                          0.907

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

2.Pacific Twelve   (37-5)                         0.881

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

3.West Coast         (30-5)                         0.857

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

4.Big Twelve        (28-5)                          0.848

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

5.Big East           (27-5)                           0.844

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

6.Am. Athletic      (27-7)                          0.794

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

7.Atlantic Ten      (36-10)                        0.783

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

8. Southeastern   (35-10)                    0.778

Undefeated Teams:  Texas A&M, Arkansas, Missouri, Mississippi St., Mississippi

9.Atlantic Coast   (41-12)                      0.774

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

10.Conf. USA      (36-19)                        0.655

Undefeated Teams:  Middle Tennessee, Tulane, UAB, Southern Miss.

11.MO Valley      (21-12)                         0.636

Undefeated Teams:  Wichita State, Evansville, Missouri State

12.Independents     (3-2)                             0.600

(N.J.I.T)

13.Mtn. West    (22-15)                                0.594

Undefeated Teams:  Boise State, Utah State, New Mexico

14. Mid-Am.       (22-16)                              0.579

Undefeated Teams:  Eastern Michigan, Toledo

15.Horizon Lg.  (18-18)                              0.500

Undefeated Team:  Harvard

15.Ivy League  (13-13)                               0.500

17.Southland    (23-24)                             0.489

Undefeated Teams:  Incarnate Word, Sam Houston State

18.West. Atl.     (17-19)                             0.472

18.Col. Atl.         (17-19)                             0.472

20.Ohio Val.     (24-28)                               0.462

21.Big South    (21-26)                              0.447

22.Southern     (18-24)                              0.429

22.Big Sky         (12-16)                               0.429

Undefeated Team:  Northern Colorado

24.Sun Belt       (14-20)                              0.412

25.Patriot Lg.   (13-19)                               0.406

Undefeated Team:  Loyola (MD)

26.Am. East      (14-21)                              0.400

26.Big West      (12-18)                              0.400

28.Mid East.     (18-31)                              0.367

29.SW Atl.         (14-27)                              0.341

30.Met Atl Atl  (11-23)                                0.324

31.Summit       (9-19)                                  0.321

32.Atl. Sun        (13-29)                               0.310

33.Northeast   (11-27)                               0.289

Undefeated Team Count:  73 as of 11/20/13

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One thought on “Division I NCAA College Basketball Inter-Conference Winning Percentages (11/20)

  1. Shayn Roby Post author

    Reblogged this on shaynroby and commented:

    Shayn Roby’s Take: The Big Ten holds the current highest winning percentage among NCAA Division I Basketball Conference at a percentage of 90.7. 2.PAC-12, 3. WCC 4.Big 12 5. Big East

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