School Win Records

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These are the schools that have won the most total games at tournaments meeting the above criteria. When the school entered multiple teams in a tournament, all teams’ games are considered.

Rank School Location Tournaments Played Teams Entered Games Played Overall Record W%
1 Chicago Chicago, Illinois 49 173 2158 1435–723 66.5%
2 Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan 55 162 2016 1304–712 64.7%
3 Carleton College Northfield, Minnesota 59 168 1977 1203–769–5 61.0%
4 UC Berkeley Berkeley, California 45 126 1515 930–584–1 61.4%
5 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota 61 134 1560 872–684–4 56.0%
6 Harvard Cambridge, Massachusetts 48 100 1255 859–396 68.4%
7 Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Illinois 50 100 1243 810–432–1 65.2%
8 Stanford Stanford, California 48 97 1269 772–497 60.8%
9 Maryland College Park, Maryland 48 103 1273 755–518 59.3%
10 Florida Gainesville, Florida 47 99 1190 743–447 62.4%
11 Yale New Haven, Connecticut 42 88 1095 678–417 61.9%
12 Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia 42 77 984 639–345 64.9%
13 WUSTL St. Louis, Missouri 50 99 1150 632–518 55.0%
14 Princeton Princeton, New Jersey 36 76 903 569–334 63.0%
15 Northwestern Evanston, Illinois 47 83 1032 472–556–4 45.9%
16 MIT Cambridge, Massachusetts 40 76 856 468–388 54.7%
17 Toronto Toronto, Ontario, Canada 30 62 747 454–293 60.8%
18 Oklahoma Norman, Oklahoma 39 70 798 443–355 55.5%
18 Louisville Louisville, Kentucky 39 75 699 443–256 63.4%
20 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 38 80 921 440–481 47.8%
21 Columbia New York 35 65 762 434–328 57.0%
22 Georgia Athens, Georgia 35 63 751 423–328 56.3%
23 Cornell Ithaca, New York 37 60 705 410–295 58.2%
24 Penn Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 38 60 727 408–319 56.1%
25 Alabama Tuscaloosa, Alabama 30 67 763 390–373 51.1%
26 Oxford Oxford, UK 34 78 624 387–236–1 62.1%
27 Ohio State Columbus, Ohio 33 60 718 386–332 53.8%
28 Iowa State Ames, Iowa 36 61 710 378–330–2 53.4%
29 Wisconsin Madison, Wisconsin 39 64 753 358–391–4 47.8%
30 Texas Austin, Texas 31 57 641 356–284–1 55.6%
31 Caltech Pasadena, California 28 49 643 351–292 54.6%
32 McGill Montreal, Quebec, Canada 26 54 657 347–310 52.8%
33 Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Virginia 35 64 724 340–384 47.0%
34 U of Rochester Rochester, New York 37 61 668 326–342 48.8%
34 Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 38 56 648 326–322 50.3%
36 Texas A&M College Station, Texas 30 55 651 322–329 49.5%
37 Truman State Kirksville, Missouri 31 56 652 313–339 48.0%
38 Michigan State East Lansing, Michigan 27 50 589 302–287 51.3%
39 Vanderbilt Nashville, Tennessee 29 45 547 300–247 54.8%
40 Dartmouth Hanover, New Hampshire 32 56 647 284–363 43.9%
40 St. Olaf Northfield, Minnesota 29 52 621 284–335–2 45.9%
42 Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky 24 43 473 280–193 59.2%
43 Georgia Tech Atlanta, Georgia 27 38 461 271–190 58.8%
44 Case Western Cleveland, Ohio 32 46 562 269–293 47.9%
45 UCLA Los Angeles, California 30 40 511 268–242–1 52.5%
46 Grinnell Grinnell, Iowa 26 45 557 262–294–1 47.1%
47 Iowa Iowa City, Iowa 29 53 541 256–285 47.3%
48 Missouri S&T Rolla, Missouri 28 41 487 248–239 50.9%
49 Penn State University Park, Pennsylvania 23 42 481 240–241 49.9%
50 Tulsa Tulsa, Oklahoma 25 44 459 229–229–1 50.0%
51 UC San Diego La Jolla, California 18 38 414 228–186 55.1%
51 Florida State Tallahassee, Florida 22 33 420 228–192 54.3%
53 South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina 24 33 400 222–178 55.5%
54 NYU New York 23 41 480 217–263 45.2%
55 VCU Richmond, Virginia 25 29 370 214–156 57.8%
55 North Carolina Chapel Hill, North Carolina 22 33 372 214–158 57.5%
55 Swarthmore Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 23 32 401 214–187 53.4%
58 Brown Providence, Rhode Island 18 25 317 207–110 65.3%
59 Johns Hopkins Baltimore, Maryland 21 36 421 203–218 48.2%
60 McMaster Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 26 46 552 202–350 36.6%
60 Ottawa Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 24 36 441 202–239 45.8%
62 Arkansas Fayetteville, Arkansas 19 27 325 199–126 61.2%
63 Arizona State Tempe, Arizona 20 32 425 193–232 45.4%
64 Missouri Columbia, Missouri 23 30 363 188–175 51.8%
65 Williams Williamstown, Massachusetts 24 35 395 184–211 46.6%
65 Rice Houston, Texas 20 28 325 184–141 56.6%
67 UCF Orlando, Florida 19 36 412 183–229 44.4%
68 Duke Durham, North Carolina 21 26 311 178–133 57.2%
69 Liberty Lynchburg, Virginia 28 46 435 177–258 40.7%
70 Cambridge Cambridge, UK 24 55 359 175–184 48.7%
71 UW Seattle, Washington 15 28 298 170–128 57.0%
72 Emory Atlanta, Georgia 14 20 254 166–88 65.4%
73 Harding Searcy, Arkansas 18 29 321 164–157 51.1%
73 St. Thomas St. Paul, Minnesota 25 35 400 164–236 41.0%
73 Lawrence Appleton, Wisconsin 17 27 324 164–160 50.6%
76 Drake Des Moines, Iowa 23 36 411 161–250 39.2%
77 Queen's Kingston, Ontario, Canada 20 29 322 160–162 49.7%
78 UC Irvine Irvine, California 23 31 378 159–219 42.1%
79 Rutgers New Brunswick, New Jersey 23 29 362 153–209 42.3%
80 George Washington Washington, District of Columbia 20 25 300 151–149 50.3%
81 Oklahoma State Stillwater, Oklahoma 19 35 398 150–248 37.7%
82 Macalester St. Paul, Minnesota 18 28 335 148–187 44.2%
82 Notre Dame Notre Dame, Indiana 17 31 357 148–209 41.5%
84 Kansas State Manhattan, Kansas 19 31 334 146–188 43.7%
85 Delaware Newark, Delaware 23 27 344 142–202 41.3%
85 Waterloo Waterloo, Ontario, Canada 23 34 394 142–252 36.0%
87 UT-Dallas Richardson, Texas 17 28 318 140–178 44.0%
87 Berry Mount Berry, Georgia 20 23 268 140–128 52.2%
89 RPI Troy, New York 19 30 303 139–163–1 46.0%
90 South Florida Tampa, Florida 15 20 259 138–121 53.3%
91 LSU Baton Rouge, Louisiana 14 26 253 137–116 54.2%
92 Louisiana-Lafayette Lafayette, Louisiana 29 40 332 136–196 41.0%
93 Brandeis Waltham, Massachusetts 22 29 336 135–201 40.2%
94 Georgetown Washington, District of Columbia 18 24 269 128–141 47.6%
95 Miami-Ohio Oxford, Ohio 18 37 332 126–206 38.0%
96 British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 9 16 197 121–76 61.4%
97 Amherst Amherst, Massachusetts 16 23 271 118–153 43.5%
98 Mississippi State Mississippi State, Mississippi 11 21 233 117–116 50.2%
99 Northern Michigan Marquette, Michigan 13 32 341 116–225 34.0%
100 Bowling Green Bowling Green, Ohio 21 30 338 114–224 33.7%