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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar(Lew Alcindor) - UCLA During Kareem's years at UCLA, they won three consecutive NCAA championships, 1967 through 1969, and he was named the tournament's most valuable player, as well as an All-American, all three years. He scored a total of 2,325 points, averaging 26.4 a game with game high of 61, at UCLA. Won the Naismith Award in 1969 Bill Walton – UCLA Bill Walton 3-time College Player of Year 1972, 1973, and 1974. He led UCLA to 2 national titles - 1972 and 1973. UCLA had a 88 game winning streak while Walton was at center. Bill Russell - San Francisco Russell led San Francisco to NCAA championships in 1955 and 1956. While playing, USF won 55 straight wins and had two straight undefeated seasons. 1956 - USA Player of the Year. In 1956, he was a member of the gold medal-winning U.S. Olympic Team. Oscar Robertson - Cincinnati Oscar was Sporting News College Player of the Year in 1958, 1959, and 1960. He led the nation in scoring three years in a row with 35.1, 32.6, and 33.7 ppg. Member of the gold medal-winning U.S. Olympic Team in 1960. Pete Maravich – LSU Pistol Pete holds NCAA career record for highest points per game average with 44.2 ppg. and in 1970, his 44.5 David Thompson – North Carolina State Led North Carolina State to the 1974 NCAA championship with a 30-1 record. 1975 Naismith Award Winner. First-Team All-America in 1973, 1974, and 1975. Larry Bird - Indiana State Bird was name All-America First Team in 1978 and 1979, and he led Indiana State to the 1979 NCAA championship game against Michigan State. 1979 Naismith Award Winner. Christian Laettner - Duke Mr. Clutch. Best known for his game-winning last-second shot in Duke's dramatic 104-103 victory over Kentucky in the East regional final of the 1992 NCAA Tournament. Only player in NCAA tournament history to start in four consecutive Final Fours. Naismith National Player of the Year: 1992. Member of the gold medal-winning U.S. Olympic Team in 1992. Elvin Hayes - Houston Scored 39 points in the classic 71-69 win over UCLA, breaking the Bruins' 47-game winning streak. The Sporting News College Player of the Year in 1968. All-America First Team in 1967 and 1968. Magic Johnson – Michigan State Led Michigan State to NCAA Championship over Larry Bird's Indiana State Team in 1979. All-America 1978 and 1979. Would be higher on the list except he left college early to play for the Lakers. Jerry Lucas - Ohio State Led Ohio State to the 1961 and 1962 NCAA championship games. Lost both to Cincinnati. The Sporting News Player of the Year in 1961 and 1962. Member of the gold medal-winning U.S. Olympic Team in 1960. Wilt Chamberlain - Kansas Wilt led Kansas to the 1957 championship game, a 54-53 triple overtime loss to North Carolina. First Team All-America in 1957 and 1958. Left college early to play for the Harlem Globetrotters. Bill Bradley – Princeton Anyone who leads an Ivy League team to the final four has to be on this list. 1965 AP Player of the Year. First Team All-America in 1964 and 1965. Member of the gold medal-winning U.S. Olympic Team in 1964. Tyler Hansbrough - North Carolina 2009 Sporting News College Basketball Athlete of the Decade. Only player in ACC history to be named unanimous first-team All-ACC four times. Lead North Carolina to the NCAA 2009 National Championship. Danny Manning – Kansas Led the Jayhawks to the 1988 NCAA championship. First Team All-America in 1987 and 1988. The consensus College Player of the Year in 1988. Jerry West – West Virginia Led West Virginia to NCAA Finals in1959. All-America First Team in 1959 and 1960. Co-captain, Olympic gold medal-winning team in 1960. George Mikan - DePaul Led DePaul to the 1945 NIT championship. National Player of the Year in 1946. First Team All-America in 1944 and 1945. Ralph Sampson - Virginia At the University of Virginia he was voted National Player of the Year in three of his four seasons.He was one of only two male players in the history of college basketball to receive the Naismith Award as the National Player of the Year three times (Bill Walton of UCLA was the other male). Michael Jordan – North Carolina He scored the game-winning basket in the 1982 NCAA championship game against the Georgetown. College player of the year in 1984. Member of the gold medal-winning U.S. Olympic Team in 1984. Tom Gola - La Salle College Sixth person in history to be four-time All-America selection (1952-55), Led La Salle to NIT Championship in 1952 and the NCAA championship in 1954. 1955 NCAA runner-up to San Francisco and Bill Russell. Patrick Ewing – Georgetown Led Georgetown to the 1984 NCAA championship. All-America in 1983, 1984, and 1985. 1985 Naismith Award. Member of the gold medal-winning U.S. Olympic Team in 1984. Isiah Thomas – Indiana Elgin Baylor - Seattle University Darrell Griffith - University of Louisville Phil Ford - North Carolina Rick Mount - Purdue Rick Barry - University of Miami Cazzie Russell - University of Michigan Austin Carr - Notre Dame Bob Cousy - Holy Cross College Bobby Hurley - Duke Larry Johnson - UNLV Bob Lanier - St. Bonaventure Chris Mullin - St. John's University Scott May - Indiana University Sidney Wicks - UCLA Shane Battier - Duke Tim Duncan - Wake Forrest Bob Kurland - Oklahoma State Steve Alford - Indiana University Bob Pettit - LSU Akeem Olajuwon - University of Houston Walt Hazzard - UCLA Clyde Lovellette - Kansas Ralph Beard - Kentucky John Wooden - Purdue David Robinson - Navy Butch Lee - Marquette Cliff Hagan - Kentucky James Worthy - North Carolina Hank Luisetti - Stanford Artis Gilmore - Jacksonville University Calvin Murphy - Niagara University Sihugo Green - Duquesne University Mark Aguirre - DePaul Danny Ferry - Duke Wayman Tisdale - Oklahoma Marques Johnson - UCLA Alex Groza - Kentucky Dan Issel - Kentucky Shaquille O’Neal - LSU Gail Goodrich - UCLA Wes Unseld - University of Louisville Teresa Edwards - Georgia Lennie Rosenbluth - North Carolina Glenn Robinson - Purdue Paul Arizin - Villanova Cheryl Miller - USC Adrian Dantley - Notre Dame Sean Elliot - University of Arizona Antawn Jamison - North Carolina Len Bias - Maryland Johnny Dawkins - Duke Keith Lee - Memphis State Grant Hill - Duke Sidney Moncrief - Arkansas Sheryl Swoopes - Texas Tech Jim McDaniels - Western Kentucky Terry Dischinger - Purdue Mike Bibby - Arizona Jason Williams - Duke Jameer Nelson - Saint Joseph’s Diana Taurasi - Connecticut Bailey Howell - Mississippi State Bo Lamar - University of Louisiana at Lafayette Dean Meminger - Marquette University T.J. Ford - Texas Julius Erving - University of Massachusetts John Lucas - Maryland Kenyon Martin - University of Cincinnati Jamal Mashburn - Kentucky Chamique Holdsclaw - Tennessee Chet Walker - Bradley Juan Dixon - Maryland Dave Bing - Syracuse Matteen Cleaves - Michigan State Andrew Bogut - Utah Richard Hamilton - Connecticut Marcus Camby - Massachusetts Billy Cunningham - North Carolina Other Top Ten College Sport Lists College Sport Towns College Stadiums College Mascots College Mascots(Live) Top Ten College Football Fantastic Finishes Best College Football Rivalries Top 100 College Football Players Greatest College Football Dynasties Heisman Award Winners Highest Paid College Football Coaches March Madness Magical Moments Top 100 College Basketball Players Top 10 College Basketball Teams of All Time Naismith Award Winners - Most Valuable College Basketball Player College Top Ten List Best Stadiums Toughest Stadiums Best College Mascots Top 10 Live College Mascots Top 100 College Football Players Top 25 College Football Rivalries Fantastic Football Final Moments - Football Videos Top 10 College Football Dynasties Highest Paid College Football Coaches Heisman Award Winners from 1934-2010 March Madness The Final Four Greatest College Basketball Players of All-Time Greatest College Basketball Teams of All-Time
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