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Men's Attendance Leaders
May 19th, 2009 8AM

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UC Santa Barbara led the nation in average attendance in 2008 for NCAA Division I men's programs, beating out Connecticut, Big West rival Cal Poly, Creighton and Maryland. For the top 50 men's programs in average attendance ...

1. UC Santa Barbara 3,444
2. Connecticut 3,011
3. Cal Poly 2,839
4. Creighton 2,604
5. Maryland 2,545
6. Wake Forest 2,173
7. Portland 2,093
8. Virginia 1,859
9. St. Louis 1,815
10. Indiana 1,737
11. North Carolina 1,639
12. New Mexico 1,632
13. Clemson 1,452
14. UCLA 1,308
15. South Florida 1,305
16. Brown 1,191
17. South Carolina 1,185
18. Washington 1,164
19. Louisville 1,145
20. Binghamton 1,115
21. St. John's 1,094
22. Ohio St. 1,084
23. Michigan St. 1,079
24. Furman 1,052
25. Kentucky 1,001
26. West Virginia 996
27. Seton Hall 988
28. Notre Dame 959
29. Dartmouth 941
30. Bradley 933
31. Charlotte .919
32. Davidson 911
33. UIC 898
34. Akron 866
35. Penn St. 854
36. Virginia Tech 834
37. George Mason 826
38. UC Irvine 821
39. Hartford 814
40. Syracuse 812
41. Evansville 805
42. North Carolina St. 778
43. Princeton 775
44. UC Davis 747
45. Duke 728
46. Northwestern 725
47. Rutgers  724
48. Boston Univ. 722
49. Elon 697
50. Santa Clara 696



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