There are currently 353 schools in Division I basketball. Yet only 15 teams have won multiple national championships. UCLA, with 11, comes in first. But which schools are close behind?

There are seven teams tied for ninth place at two championships apiece. Cincinnati (1961, 1962), Florida (2006, 2007), Louisville (1980, 1986), Michigan State (1979, 2000), North Carolina State (1974, 1983), Oklahoma State (1945, 1946), and San Francisco (1955, 1956). Interestingly enough, four of those teams won their two championships in back to back years.

Here is the rest of the Top 10:

T7: Kansas — 3

Years: 1952, 1988, 2008

Kansas’ 2008 championship

While they have won thrice, the Jayhawks have the worst championship game win percentage of any team with more than three appearances, going 3-for-9 over the program’s history.

T7: Villanova — 3

Years: 1985, 2016, 2018

Villanova knows how to win a championship in style. The Wildcats’ first title still holds the record for the lowest-seeded team to win the NCAA tournament, as 8-seed Villanova upset mighty 1-seed Georgetown in 1985. In 2016, Kris Jenkins etched his name into March lore with a half-court buzzer-beater to down North Carolina. And in 2018, junior guard Donte DiVincenzo won the MOP after scoring 31 points off the bench as the Wildcats won their second in three years.

6: Connecticut — 4

Years: 1999, 2004, 2011, 2014