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Explore the winningest college basketball teams

Brian Pincus
·2-min read

Winning the NCAA Division I Men's or Women's basketball tournament is one of the most difficult feats in all sports. Because of the single-elimination format, teams must win seven consecutive games in under a month to be crowned champion. The taxing nature of the tournament adds a bit of randomness that makes predicting games hard and winning consecutive championships almost impossible.

That being said, colleges have gone on incredible runs. UCLA leads the way with an incredible 11 championship – fueled mostly by John Wooden’s illustrious 10-title run from 1965-1975. The Bruins haven’t won it all since 1995, though. Duke won all five of their titles with Mike Krzyzewski between 1991-2015. And of course, the UConn women's team has won 11 championships since 1995 under head coach Geno Auriemma, including four consecutive titles between 2013-2016 and six undefeated seasons.

Explore the championship history of the most winning colleges in men and women history in augmented reality. Click on the video at the top of this story and cycle through the two icons on the bottom of the experience to switch between the men and women teams. Make sure to turn on your device’s sound to get an analysis of what makes each of these franchises so dominant.

The 3D experience can be viewed on both desktop and mobile.

For desktop:

  • Click on “View in 3D” above

  • Use your mouse to zoom and rotate the object

For mobile (optimal experience):

  • Click on “View in 3D” above

  • Tap on the camera icon in the upper right-hand corner of the browser

  • Press “allow” (this prompt should come up multiple times)

  • Place the object in your space, use your fingers to resize and rotate in augmented reality

  • To take a photo of what you’re seeing, tap on the screen and a camera icon will appear