List of college men's basketball coaches with 600 wins

This is a list of college men's basketball coaches by number of career wins across all three divisions of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and both divisions of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).[1][2][3][4] Mike Krzyzewski has the most total victories (men's or women's) with 1,157. Exhibition games and games vacated by the NCAA are not included on this list.

College basketball coaches with 600 winsEdit

KeyEdit

* Expected to be active for the 2019–20 season
Elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a coach
600 wins with a NCAA Division I program (or historic equivalent)

CoachesEdit

  1. Statistics correct through the end of the 2019–20 season.
Rank Name Years Wins Losses Pct. Teams
1* Mike Krzyzewski 45 1,157 350 .768 Army (1975–1980), Duke (1980–present)
2* Herb Magee 53 1,123 444 .717 Philadelphia/Jefferson (1967–present)
3 Harry Statham 52 1,122 513 .686 McKendree (1967–2018)
4 Danny Miles 45 1,040 437 .704 Oregon Tech (1971–2016)
5* Dave Holmquist 41 992 406 .710 Fresno Pacific (1974–1977), Biola (1978–present)
6 Glenn Robinson 48 967 360 .729 Franklin & Marshall (1971–2019)
7* Jim Boeheim[n 1] 44 964 399 .707 Syracuse (1976–present)
8 Don Meyer 38 923 324 .740 Hamline (1972–1975), Lipscomb (1975–1999), Northern State (1999–2010)
9 Larry Holley 48 919 579 .613 Central Methodist (1969–1975), Northwest Missouri State (1977–1979), William Jewell (1979–2019)
10* Jim Calhoun 43 915 395 .698 Northeastern (1972–1986), Connecticut (1986–2012), Saint Joseph (CT) (2018–present)
11 Bob Knight 42 902 371 .709 Army (1965–1971), Indiana (1971–2000), Texas Tech (2001–2008)
12* Roy Williams 32 885 253 .777 Kansas (1988–2003), North Carolina (2003–present)
13* Bob Huggins 38 881 372 .703 Walsh (1980–1983), Akron (1984–1989), Cincinnati (1989–2005), Kansas State (2006–2007), West Virginia (2007–present)
14 Dean Smith 36 879 254 .776 North Carolina (1961–1997)
15 Adolph Rupp 41 876 190 .822 Kentucky (1930–1972)
16* Steve Moore 39 867 251 .775 Muhlenberg (1981–1987), Wooster (1987–2020)
17* Cliff Ellis 45 858 527 .619 South Alabama (1975–1984), Clemson (1984–1994), Auburn (1994–2004), Coastal Carolina (2007–present)
18 Jim Phelan 49 830 524 .613 Mount St. Mary's (1954–2003)
19 Clarence Gaines 47 828 447 .649 Winston-Salem State (1946–1993)
20 David Hixon 42 826 293 .738 Amherst (1977–2019) (hiatus for 2019–2020 season)
21 Jerry Johnson 47 821 447 .647 LeMoyne–Owen (1958–2005)
22 Rollie Massimino 40 816 462 .638 Stony Brook (1969–1971), Villanova (1973–1992), UNLV (1992–1994), Cleveland State (1996–2003), Northwood (FL)/Keiser (2006–2017)
23 Willie Holley 42 813 527 .607 Mid-American Christian (1974–2015)
24 Bob Chipman 38 808 353 .696 Washburn (1979–2017)
25 Eddie Sutton 37 806 326 .712 Creighton (1969–1974), Arkansas (1974–1985), Kentucky (1985–1989), Oklahoma State (1990–2006), San Francisco (2007–2008)
26 Rick Byrd 37 805 402 .667 Maryville (TN) (1978–1980), Lincoln Memorial (1983–1986), Belmont (1986–2019)
27 Mike Lightfoot 30 794 285 .736 Bethel (IN) (1987–2017)
28 Bob Burchard 31 788 269 .746 Columbia (MO) (1988–2019)
28 Jim Kessler 42 788 582 .575 Grace (1977–2019)
30 Lefty Driesell 41 786 394 .666 Davidson (1960–1969), Maryland (1969–1986), James Madison (1988–1997), Georgia State (1997–2003)
31 Jim Smith 51 786 556 .586 Saint John's (MN) (1964–2015)
32 Lute Olson 34 780 280 .736 Long Beach State (1973–1974), Iowa (1974–1983), Arizona (1983–2007)
33 Lou Henson 41 779 412 .654 Hardin–Simmons (1962–1966), New Mexico State (1966–1975, 1998–2005), Illinois (1975–1996)
34 Ralph Hodge 39 775 487 .614 Olivet Nazarene (1978–2018)
35 Edgar Diddle 42 759 302 .715 Western Kentucky (1922–1964)
36 Henry Iba 41 755 340 .689 Northwest Missouri State (1929–1933), Colorado (1933–1934), Oklahoma State (1934–1970)
37 John Beilein 37 754 425 .640 Nazareth (1982–1983), Le Moyne (1983–1992), Canisius (1992–1997), Richmond (1997–2002), West Virginia (2002–2007), Michigan (2007–2019)
38* Rocky Lamar 33 754 398 .656 MidAmerica Nazarene (1986–present)
39 Bo Ryan 31 747 233 .762 Wisconsin–Platteville (1984–1999), Milwaukee (1999–2001), Wisconsin (2001–2015)
40 Phog Allen 50 746 264 .739 Baker (1905–1908), Kansas (1907–1909, 1919–1956), Haskell (1908–1909), Central Missouri State (1912–1919)
41 John Chaney 34 741 312 .704 Cheyney (1972–1982), Temple (1982–2006)
42 Paul Patterson 34 734 375 .662 Taylor (1978–2013)
43 Jerry Tarkanian[n 2] 31 729 201 .784 Long Beach State (1968–1973), UNLV (1973–1992), Fresno State (1995–2002)
44 Norm Stewart 38 729 373 .662 Northern Iowa (1961–1967), Missouri (1967–1999)
45 Ray Meyer 42 724 354 .672 DePaul (1942–1984)
45 Dan Hays 38 724 470 .606 Northwestern Oklahoma State (1978–1983), Oklahoma Christian (1983–2016)
47 Jerry Slocum 41 723 556 .565 Nyack (1975–1987), Geneva (1987–1996), Gannon (1996–2005), Youngstown State (2005–2017)
48 Don Haskins 38 719 353 .671 UTEP (1961–1999)
49* Steve Ridder 31 716 296 .708 Embry–Riddle (1989–present)
50 Larry Chapman 40 714 495 .591 Georgia Southern (1974–1977), Auburn–Montgomery (1977–2014)
51 Dave Robbins 30 713 194 .786 Virginia Union (1978–2008)
52* Randy Lambert 39 710 335 .679 Maryville (1980–present)
53* Richard Schmidt 38 709 396 .642 Vanderbilt (1979–1981), Tampa (1983–present)
54* John Calipari [n 3] 26 705 208 .772 UMass (1988–1996), Memphis (2000–2009), Kentucky (2009-present)
55* Tom Klusman 39 703 425 .623 Rollins (1980–present)
56* Steve Knight 37 702 478 .595 William Carey (1982–present)
56 Larry Hunter 37 702 453 .608 Wittenberg (1976–1989), Ohio (1989–2001), Western Carolina (2005–2018)
56 Doc Sauers 41 702 330 .680 Albany (1955–1987, 1988–1997)
59* Rick Barnes 31 700 367 .656 George Mason (1987–1988), Providence (1988–1994), Clemson (1994–1998), Texas (1998–2015), Tennessee (2015–present)
59* Bill Self 26 700 210 .764 ORU (1993–1997), Tulsa (1997–2000), Illinois (2000–2003), Kansas (2003–present)
61 Mark Edwards 37 685 293 .700 Washington (MO) (1981–2018)
62* Kim Elders 26 678 242 .737 Cornerstone (1993–present)
63 Mike Montgomery 32 677 317 .681 Montana (1978–1986), Stanford (1986–2004), California (2008–2014)
64 Denny Crum 30 675 295 .696 Louisville (1971–2001)
65 Dana Altman 30 669 346 .655 Marshall (1989–1990), Kansas State (1990–1994), Creighton (1994–2010), Oregon (2010–present)
66 Gary Williams 33 668 380 .637 American (1978–1982), Boston College (1982–1986), Ohio State (1986–1989), Maryland (1989–2011)
67 Dennis Bridges 36 666 320 .675 Illinois Wesleyan (1965–2001)
68* Steve Jenkins 34 665 514 .564 Evangel (1982–present)
69 John Wooden[n 4] 29 664 162 .804 Indiana State (1946–1948), UCLA (1948–1975)
70 Roger Kaiser 28 663 233 .740 West Georgia (1970-90), Life (1991-2000)
71 Glenn Van Wieren 33 660 219 .751 Hope (1977–2010)
72* Ray Shovlain 36 657 500 .568 St. Ambrose (1983–present)
72 Ralph Miller 38 657 382 .632 Wichita State (1951–1964), Iowa (1964–1970), Oregon State (1970–1989)
74 Lonn Reisman 30 654 261 .715 Tarleton State (1988–2018)
75 Dick Reynolds 40 653 426 .605 Otterbein (1972–2012)
76 Tom Penders 36 649 437 .598 Tufts (1971–1974), Columbia (1974–1978), Fordham (1978–1986), Rhode Island (1986–1988), Texas (1988–1998), George Washington (1998–2001), Houston (2004–2010)
77 Gene Bartow 34 647 353 .647 Central Missouri State (1961–1964), Valparaiso (1964–1970), Memphis State (1970–1974), Illinois (1974–1975), UCLA (1975–1977), UAB (1978–1996)
78 Rick Pitino[n 5] 31 646 269 .706 Hawaii (1976), Boston University (1978–1983), Providence (1985–1987), Kentucky (1989–1997), Louisville (2001–2017), Iona (2020-present)
78* Jim Larrañaga 35 646 431 .599 American International (1977–1979), Bowling Green (1986–1997), George Mason (1997–2011), Miami (FL) (2011–present)
80 Brian Beaury 31 643 326 .664 Saint Rose (1986–2018)
81 Billy Tubbs 31 641 340 .653 Southwestern (TX) (1971–1973), Lamar (1976–1980, 2003–2006), Oklahoma (1980–1994), TCU (1994–2002)
82* Homer Drew 34 640 427 .600 Bethel (IN) (1976–1987), Indiana–South Bend (1987–1988), Valparaiso (1988–2002, 2004–2011)
82* Stan Spirou 33 640 341 .652 Southern New Hampshire (1985–2018)
84* Lon Kruger 31 639 409 .610 UTPA (1982–1986), Kansas State (1986–1990), Florida (1990–1996), Illinois (1996–2000), UNLV (2004–2011), Oklahoma (2011–present)
84* Dick Whitmore 41 639 344 .650 Colby (1970–2011), Thomas (2014)
86 Marv Harshman 40 637 444 .589 Pacific Lutheran (1944–1958), Washington State (1958–1971), Washington (1971–1985)
87 Hugh Durham 37 633 429 .596 Florida State (1966–1978), Georgia (1978–1995), Jacksonville (1997–2005)
88 John Lance 44 632 340 .650 Southwestern Oklahoma (1918–1922), Pittsburg State (1922–1934, 1935–1963)
89 Ken Anderson 27 631 152 .806 Wisconsin–Eau Claire (1968–1995)
89 Cam Henderson 36 631 242 .723 Muskingum (1919–1923), Davis & Elkins (1923–1935), Marshall (1935–1955)
91 Ed Messbarger 41 630 518 .549 Benedictine Heights (1957–1960), Dallas (1960–1963), St. Mary's (TX) (1963–1998), Angelo State (1978–1998)
92 Mike Neer 37 629 346 .645 Rochester (1976–2010), Hobart (2011–2014)
92 Bill Nelson 37 629 367 .632 Rochester Institute of Technology (1980-1983), Nazareth (1983-1986), Johns Hopkins (1986-2017)
94 Norm Sloan 37 624 393 .614 Presbyterian (1951–1955), The Citadel (1956–1960), Florida (1960–1966, 1980–1989), NC State (1966–1980)
95 Jeff Sherman 34 623 480 .565 Central Methodist (1985–present)
96 Dean Nicholson 26 620 199 .757 Central Washington (1964–1990)
96 Stew Morrill 29 620 294 .678 Montana (1986–1991), Colorado State (1991–1998), Utah State (1998–2015)
98* Greg Kampe 35 618 454 .576 Oakland (1984–present)
98 Tom Murphy 35 618 274 .693 Hamilton (1970–2004), SUNY Poly (2005–2006)
98 Tom Smith 38 618 463 .572 Central Missouri (1975–1980), Valparaiso (1980–1988), Missouri Western (1988–2013)
101 Ben Braun 37 615 517 .543 Siena Heights (1977–1985), Eastern Michigan (1985–1996), California (1996–2008), Rice (2008–2014)
102* Kelvin Sampson 30 614 324 .655 Montana Tech (1981–1985), Washington State (1987–1994), Oklahoma (1994–2006), Indiana, (2006–2008), Houston (2014–present)
103* Tubby Smith 28 613 318 .659 Tulsa (1991–1995), Georgia (1995–1997), Kentucky (1997–2007), Minnesota (2007–2013), Texas Tech (2013–2016), Memphis (2016–2018), High Point (2018–present)
104 Jerry Steele 39 609 486 .556 Guilford (1962–1970), High Point (1972–2003)
104 Al Bruehl 20 609 202 .751 Robert Morris (IL) (1997–2017)
106* Tom Izzo 24 607 231 .724 Michigan State (1995–present)
107 Steve Alford 29 606 310 .662 Manchester (1991–1995), Missouri State (1995–1999), Iowa (1999–2007), New Mexico (2007–2013), UCLA (2013–2018), Nevada (2019–present)
108 Gerry Matthews 30 603 243 .713 Stockton (1985–2016)
108 Dave Boots 31 603 291 .674 Augsburg (1982–1988), South Dakota (1988–2013)

Active coaches with 550 to 599 career winsEdit

Name Years Wins Losses Pct. Teams
Mark A. Corino 35 580 457 .559 Bloomfield (1982–1987), Caldwell (1988–present)
Bob McKillop 30 578 349 .624 Davidson (1989–present)
Tony Shaver 33 576 380 .603 Hampden–Sydney (1986–2003), William & Mary (2003–2019)
Jay Wright 26 593 267 .690 Hofstra (1994-2001), Villanova (2001–present)
Mark Few 21 587 123 .827 Gonzaga (1999–present)
Bosko Djurickovic 34 567 326 .635 North Park (IL) (1985–1994), Carthage (WI) (1996-present)
Leonard Hamilton 31 554 425 .566 Oklahoma State (1986–1990), Miami (1990-2000), FSU (2002–present)
Todd Raridon 31 559 270 .674 Nebraska Wesleyan (1989-2004), North Central College (IL) (2004–present)
Bruce Pearl 25 584 219 .727 Southern Indiana (1992-2001), Milwaukee (2001-2005), Tennessee (2005-2011), Auburn (2014-present)

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Jim Boeheim's total does not include 101 wins vacated by the NCAA.
  2. ^ Jerry Tarkanian's total does not include 55 wins vacated by the NCAA.
  3. ^ John Calipari's total does not include 42 wins and 2 losses vacated by the NCAA.
  4. ^ Wooden is also a member of the Naismith Hall as a player.
  5. ^ Rick Pitino's record does not include 123 wins vacated by NCAA.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "NCAA Career Statistics Database". NCAA. Retrieved June 14, 2012.(The NCAA Career Statistics database allows the viewer to obtain coaching records for all NCAA coaches by inputting the individual's name in the linked window.)
  2. ^ "Men's Basketball Winningest Active Coaches (By Wins): Currently," (PDF). NAIA. Retrieved May 19, 2014.
  3. ^ NAIA Division II Winningest Active Coaches after 2014-2015 season. Accessed April 4, 2015.
  4. ^ "NCAA Basketball Coaching Records, as of 2011" (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved March 10, 2016.
  5. ^ http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/22513517/ncaa-denies-louisville-appeal-rules-cardinals-vacate-2013-national-title