20. Glen Rice, Michigan
The record still stands after 24 years. In 1989, Glen Rice carried Michigan to an NCAA championship by scoring 184 points in six games, still a mark that has not been close to touched in the years since. His 75 field goals made and 27 3-pointers made are still NCAA records. The Most Outstanding Player in the 1989 Final Four, he scored 31 points in the national championship game, an 80-79 win over Seton Hall. Rice, Michigan's career scoring leader with 2,442 points, had 308 points in 13 NCAA tournament games, the sixth-most in NCAA history.
-- Mike Rothstein