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Head coach Roy Williams of the North Carolina (Credit: Getty Images / Streeter Lecka)

Head coach Roy Williams of the North Carolina Tar Heels watches on against the Syracuse Orange during their game at the Dean Smith Center on Jan. 16, 2017 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

All-time winningest Division I basketball coaches

Roy Williams earned his 800th career win as North Carolina beat Syracuse on Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. A look at the all-time winningest coaches in Division I men's and women's basketball history.

Note: Stats as of Jan. 16, 2017.

Pat Summitt

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

1098 wins
Tennessee (1974-2012)

Mike Krzyzewski

1,057 wins Army (1975-80), Duke (1980-present)
(Credit: AP)

1,057 wins
Army (1975-80), Duke (1980-present)

Tara VanDerveer

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

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

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Sylvia Hatchell

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

987 wins
North Carolina (1986-present)

C. Vivian Stringer

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

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

Geno Auriemma

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

971 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

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

895 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 Foster

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

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

Jim Calhoun

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

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

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Andy Landers

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

862 wins
Georgia (1980-2015)

Robin Selvig

865 wins Montana (1979-2016)
(Credit: AP)

865 wins
Montana (1979-2016)

Muffet McGraw

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

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

Jim Phelan

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

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

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)

Bob Huggins

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

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

Roy Williams

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

800 wins
Kansas (1988-2003) North Carolina (2003-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)

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

Rick Pitino

758 wins Boston University (1978-83), Providence (1985-87), Kentucky
(Credit: Getty Images / Andy Lyons)

758 wins
Boston University (1978-83), Providence (1985-87), Kentucky (1989-97), Louisville (2001-present)

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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