CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT RECORDS
NJCAA DIVISION ONE BASKETBALL
From 2012 National Tournament Program

MOST INDIVIDUAL POINTS SCORED IN A NATIONAL TOURNAMENT - 159
Ray Schumann of Hannibal LaGrange College, Hannibal, MO, in 1953.  He scored a total of 159 points in four games - 34 (15 FG, 4 FT) against Ft. Wayne, Indiana; 47 (21 FG, 5 FT) against Mt. Vernon, Georgia; 37 (15 FG, 7 FT) against El Dorado, Kansas); 41 (16 FG, 9 FT) against Big Spring, Texas.  An average of 39.7 points per contest. 
[Footnote:  Gene Bogash of Wilmington, North Carolina, scored 182 points in six games in 1963.]

MOST INDIVIDUAL POINTS SCORED IN ONE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT GAME - 63
Doug Pendygraft of Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, Kentucky, set a new scoring record in 1960 when he scored 63 points against Grandview College of Des Moines, Iowa. 
MOST FIELD GOALS SCORED BY AN INDIVIDUAL IN ONE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT GAME - 28
Doug Pendygraft of Lindsay Wilson College, Columbia, Kentucky, scored 28 field goals in 1960 against Grandview College of Des Moines in his record breaking performance.  He also scored seven free throws for his high point total.
MOST FREE THROWS MADE BY AN INDIVIDUAL IN ONE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT GAME - 29
Chris McMullin of Dixie College, St. George, Utah, was 29 for 29 against Mercer County in the 1982 tournament.  McMullin also has the record for most free throws made in a tournament with 43 in 1982.
MOST FREE THROWS MADE BY AN INDIVIDUAL IN A NATIONAL TOURNAMENT - 46
Pierre Jackson, College of Southern Idaho, made 46 free throws in the 2011 tournament.
MOST REBOUNDS FOR AN INDIVIDUAL IN ONE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT GAME - 28
Larry Dassie of Dodge City had 28 rebounds against Hill in 1974
MOST REBOUNDS FOR AN INDIVIDUAL IN A NATIONAL TOURNAMENT - 68
Shawn Marion of Vincennes had 68 rebounds in the 1998 tournament.
MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE BY AN INDIVIDUAL IN ONE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT GAME - 13
Chris Weakley of Southern Union made 13 against Vincennes in the 1998 tournament.
MOST THREE POINT FIELD GOALS MADE BY AN INDIVIDUAL IN A NATIONAL TOURNAMENT - 25
Chris Weakley of Southern Union made 25 in the 1998 tournament.
MOST ASSISTS FOR AN INDIVIDUAL IN ONE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT GAME - 16
Sammy West of Copiah-Lincoln had 16 assists against Niagara County in 1974, and Dan McCarthy from Anderson, South Carolina had 16 against Housatonic in 1975.
MOST TOTAL ASSISTS FOR AN INDIVIDUAL IN A NATONAL TOURNAMENT - 40
Detrick White of Connors State College had 40 assists in the 1996 tournament.
MOST TEAM POINTS SCORED IN FOUR GAMES OF NATIONAL TOURNAMENT PLAY - 450
In 1997, Lawson State CC of Birmingham, Alabama, set a new record of 450 points in four games.  They scored 137 against North Greenville, 113 against Normandale, 113 against Pensacola, and 87 points against Independence.  (In the 1976 and 1977 tournament, some teams played five games.  Lawson State also holds the five games scoring record of 526 points.
MOST TEAM POINTS SCORED IN FIVE GAMES OF NATIONAL TOURNAMENT PLAY - 526
Lawson State Community College of Birmingham, Alabama
MOST POINTS SCORED BY ONE TEAM IN ONE GAME OF A NATIONAL TOURNAMENT - 137
Lawson State CC of Birmingham, Alabama, set a new single game record in the 1977 tournament, scoring 137 points against North Greenville College of Tigerville, South Carolina.
COMBINED SCORE IN ONE GAME OF A NATIONAL TOURNAMENT - 237
237 points were scored by Tallahassee CC (121) against North Idaho College (116) in the 1997 tournament.
MOST THREE POINT FIELD GOALS MADE IN ONE GAME - 20
Community College of Rhode Island (1990) and Ricks College, Utah (1998)
MOST THREE POINT FIELD GOALS MADE BY A TEAM IN THE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT - 51
Lon Morris College, Texas (2007)
LEAST FOULS BY ONE TEAM IN ONE GAME OF A NATIONAL TOURNAMENT - 4
North Greenville College of Tigerville, South Carolina, committed only four team fouls in a game against Vincennes, Indiana.  This record was set in the 1997 tournament.
LEAST FOULS BY BOTH TEAMS IN ONE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT GAME - 10
In the same game that North Greenville established the one-team record of four fouls, Vincennes committed only six team fouls.  This record was established in the 1977 tournament.
MOST FOULS BY BOTH TEAMS IN ONE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT GAME - 68
Westchester, New York, committed 43 fouls against Ferrum, Virginia, which committed 25 in the 1985 tournament.
MOST TOURNAMENTS BY A COACH - 16
1. Gene Bess - Three Rivers Community College - 16
1. Dan Sparks - Vincennes University - 14
3.
Allen Bradfield, Vincennes - 12
4. Floyd Wagstaff - Tyler - 11
4. Bob Kirk - Allegany - 11
6. Ralph Arietta - Westchester - 10
7. Dick Baldwin - Broome Tech - 9
7. Swede Erickson - Casper - 9
7. Maury John - Moberly - 9
7. Howie Landa - Mercer - 9
7. Verties Sails - SW Tennessee - 9
MOST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS BY A COACH - 3
1. Ronnie Arrow - San Jacinto - 3
1.
Allen Bradfield - Vincennes - 3
1. Joe O'Brien - SE Iowa - 3
4. Gene Bess - Three Rivers - 2
4. Cotton Fitzsimmons - Moberly - 2
4. Maury John - Moberly - 2
4. Howie Landa - Mercer - 2
4. Joe Turner - Kilgore - 2
4. Floyd Wagstaff - Tyler - 2
4. Terry Carroll - Indian Hills - 2
MOST COACHING VICTORIES IN THE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT - 41
1. Gene Bess - Three Rivers Community College - Won 41, Lost 19
2. Floyd Wagstaff - Tyler - Won 29, Lost 14
3. Allen Bradfield - Vincennes - Won 27, Lost 16
4. Dan Sparks - Vincennes - Won 26, Lost 24
5. Howie Landa - Mercer - Won 23, Lost 12
MOST POINTS IN ONE GAME BY AN INDIVIDUAL PLAYER - 63
1.   Doug Pendygraft - Lindsey Wilson - 63 (1960)
2.   Denver Brackeen - East Central, Mississippi - 53 (1953)
3.   Ebi Ere - Barton County, Kansas - 52 (2001)
4.   Marvin Torrence - Grandview - 49 (1960)
4.   Jim Barnes - Cameron - 49 (1962)
4.   Sam Williams - Burlington - 49 (1966)
4.   Eric Gore - Western Nebraska - 49 (1990)
8.   James Mini - LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby - 48 (1959)
9.   Ray Schumann - Hannibal-LaGrange - 47 (1953)
9.   Ira Harge - Burlington - 47 (1961)
9.   Ron Cunningham - Eastern Utah - 47 (1965)
9.   Chris Weakley - Southern Union - 47 (1998)
MOST POINTS IN ONE TOURNAMENT BY AN INDIVIDUAL PLAYER - 182
1.   Gene Bogash - Wilmington, NC - 182 (1963)**
2.   Ray Schumann - Hannibal-LaGrange - 159 (1953)
3.   Doug Pendygraft - Lindsey-Wilson - 154 (1960)
4.   Sam Williams - Burlington - 149 (1966)
5.   Marvin Torrence - Grandview - 148 (1960)
6.   Aaron McGhee - Vincennes - 138 (2000)
7.   Willie Murrell - Eastern Oklahoma A & M - 135 (1961)
8.   Denver Brackeen - East Central, Mississippi - 134 (1953)
9.   Perry Johnson - Robert Morris, Pennsylvania - 133 (1969)
10. Kevin Houston - Seward County, Kansas - 130 (1998)
          ** Six Games

 

 

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