Take a quick look back at this week in NCAA stats history ...

March 19

1952

Baseball

Colorado set the Division I record for errors in a game (15) against Arizona.

1952

Baseball

Colorado (15) and Arizona (4) set the Division I record for errors in a game (19), by both teams.

1970

Men's Basketball

Jacksonville set the Final Four record for free throws attempted in a game (45) against St. Bonaventure.

1994

Wrestling

Oklahoma State's Pat Smith became the first Division I wrestler to win four national championships.

1998

Men's Swimming

Claremont's Gary Simon set the Division III Championships record in the 200-yard individual medley (1:46.97).

2005

Men's Swimming

Kenyon's Elliot Rushton set the Division III Championships record in the 1,650-yard freestyle (15:15.64).

2010

Men's Swimming

Middlebury's John Dillon set the Division III Championships record in the 200-yard butterfly (1:45.01).

2009

Men's Swimming

Washington-St. Louis' Alex Beyer set the Division III Championships record in the 400-yard individual medley (3:51.45).

2009

Women's Swimming

Arizona's Lara Jackson set the Division I Championships record in the 50-yard freestyle (21.27).

2010

Women's Swimming

Arizona's Ann Chandler set the Division I Championships record in the 100-yard breaststroke (58.06).

2009

Women's Swimming

Stanford's Julia Smit set the Division I Championships record in the 200-yard individual medley (1:52.79).

2009

 Men's Ice Hockey

Minnesota's John Mayasich set the Division I record for points (7) in a Frozen Four game.

2009

Women's Swimming

Arizona's Ana Agy, Annie Chandler, Lara Jackson and Justine Schluntz set the Division I Championships record in the 400-yard medley relay (3:28.41).

2004

Women's Swimming

Auburn's Margaret Hoelzer set the Division I Championships record in the 200-meter freestyle (1:56.16).

2004

Women's Swimming

California's Natalie Coughlin set the Division I Championships record in the 100-meter backstroke (57.51).

2004

Women's Swimming

Stanford's Tara Kirk set the Division I Championships record in the 100-meter breaststroke (1:04.79).

2004

Women's Swimming

California's Natalie Coughlin set the Division I Championships record in the 100-meter butterfly (56.88).

2004

Women's Swimming

Southern California's Kaitlin Sandeno set the Division I Championships record in the 400-meter individual medley (4:30.44).

2004

Women's Swimming

California's Natalie Coughlin, Erin Reilly, Ashley Chandley and Lauren Medina set the Division I Championships record in the 800-meter freestyle relay (7:50.94).

2004

Women's Swimming

Auburn's Jenni Anderson, Laura Swander, Margaret Hoelzer and Eileen Coparropa set the Division I Championships record in the 200-meter medley relay (1:49.02).

2010

Women's Swimming

Williams' Logan Todhunter set the Division III Championships record in the 200-yard butterfly (1:57.46).

2009

Women's Swimming

Emory's Liz Horvat set the Division III Championships record in the 400-yard individual medley (4:16.17).

2009

Women's Swimming

Denison's Olivia Zaleski, Ksenia Golovkina, Kate Rich and Kristen Hohl set the Division III Championships record in the 400-yard medley relay (3:43.42).

2005

Women's Ice Hockey

Mercyhurst's Desi Clark set the Division  I record for saves in a game (78) against Harvard.

2005

Women's Ice Hockey

Middlebury set the Division III  Championship record for fastest consecutive goals in a championship game (1:17).


March 20

1965

Men's Basketball

Princeton's Bill Bradley set the Final Four record for points in a game (58) against Wichita State.

1965

Men's Basketball

Princeton's Bill Bradley set the Final Four record for field goals in a game (22) against Wichita State.

1965

Men's Basketball

UCLA's Gail Goodrich set the Final Four record for free throws made in a game (18) against Michigan.

1959

Men's Basketball

West Virginia's Jerry West set the Final Four record for free throws attempted in a game (20) against Louisville.

1965

Men's Basketball

Princeton (118) and Wichita State (82) set the Final Four record for winning margin in a game (36).

1965

Men's Basketball

UCLA's Gail Goodrich set the Division I record for free throws made in the championship game (18) against Michigan.

1965

Men's Basketball

UCLA's Gail Goodrich set the Division I record for free throws attempted in the championship game (20) against Michigan.

1954

Men's Basketball

Bradley set the Division I record for free throws attempted in the championship game (44) against La Salle.

2010

Men's Swimming

Johns Hopkins' John Thomas set the Division III Championships record in the 200-yard backstroke (1:46.62).

2009

Men's Swimming

Staten Island's Pavel Buyanov set the Division III Championships record in the 100-yard breaststroke (54.27).

2010

Men's Swimming

Kenyon's Ian Stewart-Bates, Zach Turk, David Somers and Blair Withington set the Division III Championships record in the 400-yard freestyle relay (2:55.56).

2009

Men's Swimming

Denison's David Curtis, John Geissinger, Callen Hetterich and Dan Thurston set the Division III Championships record in the 800-yard freestyle relay (6:32.91).

2009

Women's Swimming

Stanford's Julia Smit set the Division I Championships record in the 400-yard individual medley (4:00.56).

2009

Women's Swimming

Indiana's Christina Loukas set the Division I Championships record in three-meter diving (437.75).

2009

Women's Swimming

California's Sara Isakovic, Hannah Wilson, Liv Jensen and Dana Vollmer set the Division I Championships record in the 800-yard freestyle relay (6:52.69).

2004

Women's Swimming

Georgia's Kara Lynn Joyce set the Division I Championships record in the 100-meter freestyle (53.15).

2004

Women's Swimming

Southern California's Kalyn Keller set the Division I Championships record in the 1,500-meter freestyle (15:49.14).

2004

Women's Swimming

Auburn's Kirsty Coventry set the Division I Championships record in the 200-meter backstroke (2:03.86).

2004

Women's Swimming

Stanford's Tara Kirk set the Division I Championships record in the 200-meter breaststroke (2:20.70).

2004

Women's Swimming

Georgia's Mary DeScenza set the Division I Championships record in the 200-meter butterfly (2:06.02).

2004

Women's Swimming

Georgia's Kara Lynn Joyce, Neka Mabry, Andrea Georoff and Mary DeScenza set the Division I Championships record in the 400-meter freestsyle relay (3:35.14).

2010

Women's Swimming

Amherst's Kendra Stern set the Division III Championships record in the 100-yard freestyle (48.98).

2010

Women's Swimming

Williams' Caroline Wilson set the Division III Championships record in the 1,650-yard freestyle (16:25.21).

2009

Women's Swimming

Calvin's Erica Deur set the Division III Championships record in one-meter diving (496.05).

2010

Women's Swimming

Trinity's (Texas) Hayley Emerick set the Division III Championships record in three-meter diving (517.10).

2009

Women's Swimming

Emory's Ruth Westby, Katie Mroz, Mary Tripp and Liz Horvat set the Division III Championships record in the 800-yard freestyle relay (7:21.05).

1948

Men's Ice Hockey

Michigan set the Frozen Four record for fastest consecutive goals in a game (:05) against Dartmouth.

2004

Women's Ice Hockey

Wisconsin-Stevens Point's Ashley Howe set the Division III Championship record for fastest game-opening goal in a championship game (2:36).

2009

Women's Ice Hockey

Elmira (10) and Wisconsin-River Falls (8) set the Division III Championship record for penalties in a game (18), by both teams.

2004

Women's Ice Hockey

Middlebury set the Division III Championship record for fewest penalties in a game (0) against Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

2004

Women's Ice Hockey

Middlebury set the Division III Championship record for fewest penalties in a championship game (0).

2004

Women's Ice Hockey

Wisconsin-Stevens Point set the Division III Championship record for fewest shots on goal (15) in a championship game.

March 21

1942

Men's Basketball

Kentucky set the Final Four record for fewest points in a game (28) against Dartmouth who downed the Wildcats, scoring 47.

2009

Men's Swimming

Grove City's Caleb Courage set the Division III Championships record in the 100-yard freestyle (43.60).

2003

Men's Swimming

Kenyon's Marc Courtney-Brooks set the Division III Championships record in the 200-yard freestyle (1:36.98).

2009

Women's Swimming

Florida's Gemma Spofforth set the Division I Championships record in the 200-yard backstroke (1:49.11).

2009

Women's Swimming

Drury's Yuan Qing Li set the Division II Championships record in the 200-yard butterfly (1:59.69).

2009

Women's Swimming

Southern California's Rebecca Soni set the Division I Championships record in the 200-yard breaststroke (2:05.48).

2009

Women's Swimming

Stanford's Elaine Breeden set the Division I Championships record in the 200-yard butterfly (1:50.98).

2009

Women's Swimming

California's Hannah Wilson, Liv Jensen, Erica Dagg and Dana Vollmer set the Division I Championships record in the 400-yard freestyle relay (3:09.88).

2008

Women's Swimming

Arizona's Hailey DeGolia, Annie Chandler, Lara Jackson and Anna Turner set the Division I Championships record in the 200-yard medley relay (1:35.29).

2009

Women's Swimming

Denison's Olivia Zaleski, Annamarie Novinger, Kate Rich and Kristen Hohl set the Division III Championships record in the 400-yard freestyle relay (3:21.97).

1970

Men's Ice Hockey

Wisconsin's Bob Poffenroth set the Division I record for assists (5) in a Frozen Four game.

2009

Baseball

Dowling's Frank Intagliata set the Division II baseball record for putouts in a game (29) against C.W. Post in 16 innings.

March 22

1957

Men's Basketball

North Carolina's Lennie Rosenbluth set the Final Four record for field goals attempted in a game (42) against Michigan State.

1969

Men's Basketball

Purdue's Rick Mount set the Division  I record for field goals attempted in the championship game (36) against UCLA.

1969

Men's Basketball

Purdue set the Division I record for field goals attempted in the championship game (92) against UCLA.

1969

Men's Basketball

UCLA set the Division I record for rebounds in the championship game (61) against Purdue.

1980

Men's Swimming

Kenyon wins its first Division III championship (ending Johns Hopkins' string of three consecutive national titles). It's the first in a run of 31 consecutive national titles.

2003

Women's Swimming

California's Natalie Coughlin set the Division I Championships record in the 100-yard freestyle (47.00)

2003

Women's Ice Hockey

Elmira's Edith Racine set the Division III Championship record for saves in a championship game (38).

2008

Women's Ice Hockey

Manhattanville's Karine Turmel set the Division III Championship record for saves in a period of a championship game (17).

2003

Women's Ice Hockey

Elmira set the Division III Championship record for goals in a championship game (5).

2003

Women's Ice Hockey

Elmira (5) and Manhattanville (1) set the Division III Championship record for winning margin in the championship game (4).

2003

Women's Ice Hockey

Elmira set the Division III Championship record for assists in a championship game (9).

2003

Women's Ice Hockey

Elmira (9) and Manhattanville (1) set the Division III Championship record for assists in a championship game (10), by both teams.

2003

Women's Ice Hockey

Elmira set the Division III Championship record for points in a game (14) on five goals and nine assists.

2003

Women's Ice Hockey

Manhattanville set the Division III Championship record for shots on goal (39) in a championship game.

2003

Women's Ice Hockey

Manhattanville (39) and Elmira (29) set the Division III Championship record for shots on goal (68), by both teams in a championship game.

2008

Women's Ice Hockey

Plattsburgh State set the Division III Championship record for shots on  goal in a period (20) of a championship game.

2008

Women's Ice Hockey

Plattsburgh State (20) and Manhattanville (9) set the Division III Championship record for shots on goal in a period (29) by both teams in a championship game.

1988

Men's Lacrosse

Plattsburgh State (20) and Manhattanville (9) set the Division III Championship record for shots on goal in a period (29) by both teams in a championship game.

March 23

1956

Men's Basketball

San Francisco's Bill Russell set the Final Four record for rebounds in a game (27) against Iowa.

1957

Men's Basketball

Michigan State (60) and San Francisco (35) set the Final Four record for rebound margin in a game (25).

1956

Men's Basketball

San Francisco's Bill Russell set the Division I record for rebounds in the championship game (27) against Iowa.

2006

Men's Swimming

Michigan's Peter Vanderkaay set the Division I Championship record in the 500-yard freestyle (4:08.60).

2006

Men's Swimming

Florida's Ryan Lochte set the Division I Championship record in the 100-yard backstroke (44.60).

2000

Men's Swimming

Arizona's Ryk Neethling set the Division I Championship record in the 400-meter freestyle (3:40.47).

2002

Women's Swimming

California's Natalie Coughlin set the Division I Championships record in the 100-yard backstroke (49.97).

2002

Women's Swimming

California's Natalie Coughlin set the Division I Championships record in the 100-yard butterfly (50.01).

2001

Women's Ice Hockey

Minnesota-Duluth's Maria Rooth set the Women's Frozen Four record for fastest hat trick in a game (16:07).

2003

Women's Ice Hockey

Harvard's Angela Ruggiero set the Women's Frozen Four record for penalties in a game (5).

2001

Women's Ice Hockey

Minnesota-Duluth (9) and Harvard (4) set the Women's Frozen Four record for assists in a game (13), by both teams.

2001

Women's Ice Hockey

Minnesota-Duluth (6 goals, 9 assists) and Harvard (3 goals, 4 assists) set the Women's Frozen Four record for points in a game (22), by both teams.

2003

Women's Ice Hockey

Harvard (44) and Minnesota-Duluth (41) set the Women's Frozen Four record for shots on goal (85), by both teams.

2001

Women's Ice Hockey

Harvard (2) and Minnesota-Duluth (1) set the Women's Frozen Four record for fewest penalties in a game (3), by both teams.

2002

Wrestling

Iowa State's Cael Sanderson captured his fourth consecutive Division I title as he perfected his 159-0 career record.

1948

Men's Basketball

The Kentucky Wildcats, coached by Adolph Rupp, win their first basketball championship, defeatiang Baylor 58-42.

1991

Baseball

Louisville (68) and Western Illinois (42) set the Division  I record for total bases in a game (110), by both teams.

1999

Baseball

Missouri-St. Louis set the Division II baseball record for doubles in a game (16).

1988

Men's Lacrosse

Syracuse set the Division I record for faceoffs won in a game (35) against SUNY Cortland.

March 24

2006

Men's Swimming

Arizona's Simon Burnett set the Division I Championship record in the 200-yard freestyle (1:31.20).

2001

Men's Swimming

Michigan's Chris Thompson set the Division I Championship record in the 1,650-yard freestyle (14:26.62).

2000

Men's Swimming

Arizona's Ryk Neethling set the Division I Championship record in the 200-meter freestyle (1:43.90).

2000

Men's Swimming

Virginia's Ed Moses set the Division I Championship record in the 100-meter breaststroke (57.66).

2006

Women's Ice Hockey

Minnesota's Bobbi Ross set the Women's Frozen Four record for goals in a game (4).

2006

Women's Ice Hockey

Wisconsin (1) and St. Lawrence (0) set the Women's Frozen Four record for fewest goals in a game (1), by both teams.

1976

Baseball

Wisconsin (1) and St. Lawrence (0) set the Women's Frozen Four record for fewest goals in a game (1), by both teams.

2007

Women's Ice Hockey

Plattsburgh State (28) and Amherst (8) set the Division III Championship record for shots on goal in a period (36), by both teams.

1976

Baseball

Louisville's Jim LaFountain set the Division I record for grand slams in a game (3).

2001

Baseball

Hendrix set the Division III record for stolen bases in an inning (11) vs. Rust.

2001

Baseball

Hendrix set the Division III record for stolen bases in a game (24) against Rust.

March 25

1978

Men's Basketball

Duke's Jim Spanarkel set the Final Four record for free-throw percentage in a game (100 percent) against Notre Dame on 12 of 12 shooting.

1961

Men's Basketball

Utah set the Final Four record for points by a losing team (120) against St. Joseph's, which scored 127.

1961

Men's Basketball

Utah set the Final Four record for field goals in a game (50) against St. Joseph's.

1961

Men's Basketball

Ohio State set the Final Four record for free-throw percentage in a game (93.8 percentage) on 15 of 16 shooting against Cincinnati.

1967

Men's Basketball

Houston set the Final Four record for rebounds in a game (76) against North Carolina.

1961

Men's Basketball

Ohio State set the Division I record for free-throw percentage in the championship game (93.8 percent) against Cincinnati on 15-16 shooting.

2004

Men's Swimming

Auburn's Fred Bousquet set the Division I Championship record in the 50-meter freestyle (21.10).

2000

Men's Swimming

Southern California's Erik Vendt set the Division I Championship record in the 1,500-meter freestyle (14:31.02).

2004

Men's Swimming

Auburn's George Bovell set the Division I Championship record in the 200-meter individual medley (1:53.93).

2004

Men's Swimming

Auburn (George Bovell, Ryan Wochomurka, Derek Gibb, Fred Bousquet) set the Division I Championship record in the 200-meter freestyle relay (1:23.75).

2004

Men's Swimming

Texas (Aaron Peirsol, Brendan Hansen, Ian Crocker, Garrett Weber-Gale) set the Division I Championship record in the 400-meter medley relay (3:25.38).

2005

Women's Ice Hockey

Minnesota's Natalie Darwitz set the Women's Frozen Four record for fastest game-opening goal (:13).

2005

Women's Ice Hockey

Minnesota's Natalie Darwitz set the Women's Frozen Four record for fastest consecutive goals in a game (1:59).

2005

Women's Ice Hockey

Minnesota set the Women's Frozen Four record for goals in a game (7).

2005

Women's Ice Hockey

Minnesota set the Women's Frozen Four record for assists in a game (10).

2005

Women's Ice Hockey

Minnesota set the Women's Frozen Four record for points in a game (17).

2005

Women's Ice Hockey

Dartmouth set the Women's Frozen Four record for fewest shots on goal in a game (10).

2005

Women's Ice Hockey

Harvard set the Women's Frozen Four record for penalties in a game (12).

2005

Women's Ice Hockey

St. Lawrence (10) and Harvard (12) set the Women's Frozen Four record for penalties in a game by both teams (22).