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Pat Summitt, the legendary Tennessee women's basketball coach, (Credit: AP )

Pat Summitt, the legendary Tennessee women's basketball coach, won eight national titles. Summitt is also the winningest coach in NCAA history with 1,098 wins.

All-time winningest Division I basketball coaches

Pat Summitt is college basketball's all-time winningest coach with 1,098 victories at Tennessee. A look at the all-time winningest coaches in Division I men's and women's basketball history.

Pat Summitt

1098 wins Tennessee (1974-2012)
(Credit: AP)

1098 wins
Tennessee (1974-2012)

Mike Krzyzewski

1,043 wins Army (1975-80), Duke (1980-present)
(Credit: AP)

1,043 wins
Army (1975-80), Duke (1980-present)

Tara VanDerveer

980 wins Idaho (1979-80), Ohio State (1981-85), Stanford
(Credit: AP)

980 wins
Idaho (1979-80), Ohio State (1981-85), Stanford (1986-present)

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Sylvia Hatchell

975 wins North Carolina (1986-present)
(Credit: AP)

975 wins
North Carolina (1986-present)

C. Vivian Stringer

971 wins Cheyney (1971-83), Iowa (1983-95), Rutgers (1995-present)
(Credit: Getty Mike Stobe)

971 wins
Cheyney (1971-83), Iowa (1983-95), Rutgers (1995-present)

Geno Auriemma

955 wins Connecticut (1986-present)
(Credit: AP)

955 wins
Connecticut (1986-present)

Bob Knight

902 wins Army (1965-71), Indiana (1971-2000), Texas Tech
(Credit: UPI)

902 wins
Army (1965-71), Indiana (1971-2000), Texas Tech (2001-08)

Jody Conradt

900 wins Sam Houston State (1970-73), Texas-Arlington (1974-76),
(Credit: AP)

900 wins
Sam Houston State (1970-73), Texas-Arlington (1974-76), Texas (1977-2007)

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Jim Boeheim

888 wins Syracuse (1976-present)
(Credit: Getty Images)

888 wins
Syracuse (1976-present)

Dean Smith

879 wins North Carolina (1961-97)
(Credit: AP)

879 wins
North Carolina (1961-97)

Adolph Rupp

876 wins Kentucky (1930-52, 53-72)
(Credit: AP)

876 wins
Kentucky (1930-52, 53-72)

Jim Calhoun

873 wins Northeastern (1972-86), Connecitcut (1986-2012)
(Credit: Newsday/David L. Pokress)

873 wins
Northeastern (1972-86), Connecitcut (1986-2012)

Jim Foster

865 wins St. Joseph's (1979-91), Vanderbilt (1992-2002), Ohio
(Credit: AP)

865 wins
St. Joseph's (1979-91), Vanderbilt (1992-2002), Ohio State (2003-2012), Chattanooga (2013-present)

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Andy Landers

862 wins Georgia (1980-2015)
(Credit: AP)

862 wins
Georgia (1980-2015)

Robin Selvig

865 wins Montana (1979-present)
(Credit: AP)

865 wins
Montana (1979-present)

Jim Phelan

830 wins Mount St. Mary's (1954-2003)
(Credit: AP)

830 wins
Mount St. Mary's (1954-2003)

Muffet McGraw

820 wins Lehigh (1982-87), Notre Dame (1987-present)
(Credit: AP / Brynn Anderson)

820 wins
Lehigh (1982-87), Notre Dame (1987-present)

Eddie Sutton

806 wins Creighton (1969-74), Arkansas (1974-85), Kentucky (1985-89),
(Credit: AP)

806 wins
Creighton (1969-74), Arkansas (1974-85), Kentucky (1985-89), Oklahoma State (1990-2006), San Francisco (2007-08)

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Bob Huggins

791 wins Walsh (1980-1983), Akron (1984-1989), Cincinnati (1989-2005),
(Credit: AP / Orlin Wagner)

791 wins
Walsh (1980-1983), Akron (1984-1989), Cincinnati (1989-2005), Kansas State (2006-2007), West Virginia (2007-present)

Lefty Driesell

786 wins Davidson (1960-69), Maryland (1969-86), James Madison
(Credit: AP)

786 wins
Davidson (1960-69), Maryland (1969-86), James Madison (1988-97), Georgia State (1997-2003)

Roy Williams

783 wins Kansas (1988-2003) North Carolina (2003-present)
(Credit: Getty Images/ Streeter Lecka)

783 wins
Kansas (1988-2003) North Carolina (2003-present)

Lute Olson

780 wins Long Beach State (1973-74), Iowa (1974-83),
(Credit: AP)

780 wins
Long Beach State (1973-74), Iowa (1974-83), Arizona (1983-2007)

Edgar Diddle

759 wins Western Kentucky (1922-64) *Shown is the

759 wins
Western Kentucky (1922-64)
*Shown is the Western Kentucky logo

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Kay Yow

737 wins Elon (1972-75), North Carolina State (1976-2009)
(Credit: AP)

737 wins
Elon (1972-75), North Carolina State (1976-2009)

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