NIT championships and semifinal appearances

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This is a list of NIT champions and semifinal appearances by school. Schools whose names are italized are no longer in Division I, and can no longer be included in the tournament.

Total NIT championships[edit]

Championships School
5 St. John's*
4 Bradley
3 Dayton, Stanford
2 BYU, Kentucky, Michigan*, Minnesota*, Long Island, Ohio State, Providence, South Carolina, Temple, Tulsa, Virginia, Virginia Tech, West Virginia
1 Baylor, California, CCNY, Colorado, Connecticut, DePaul, Duquesne, Fresno State, Holy Cross, Indiana, La Salle, Louisville, Marquette, Maryland, Memphis, Nebraska, North Carolina, Penn State, Princeton, Purdue, Saint Louis, San Francisco, Seton Hall, Southern Illinois, Southern Miss, St. Bonaventure, Texas, UCLA, Utah, Vanderbilt, Villanova, Wake Forest, Wichita State, Xavier

*Vacated title not included in total

Total NIT semifinal appearances[edit]

App. School
15 St. John's*
8 Bradley, Dayton
7 Duquesne, Providence
6 Alabama, Minnesota*, Notre Dame, NYU, St. Bonaventure
5 Army, DePaul, Minnesota*, Penn State, Temple, Villanova, West Virginia
4 Colorado, Kentucky, Marquette, Memphis, N.C. State, Ohio State, Purdue, Saint Louis
3 Boston College, BYU, Clemson, Florida, Georgetown, Louisville, Loyola-Chicago, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan*, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Rutgers, Seton Hall, South Carolina, Stanford, St. Joseph's, Utah, Virginia Tech, Western Kentucky
2 Baylor, Bowling Green, Canisius, CCNY, Connecticut, Florida State, Fresno State, Georgia, Holy Cross, Indiana, Jacksonville, La Salle, Long Island, Mississippi, New Mexico, Niagara, Oklahoma, Old Dominion, Rhode Island, Syracuse, Tennessee, Toledo, Tulsa, UAB, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Wake Forest, Xavier
1 Air Force, Arkansas, Arkansas-Little Rock, California, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Colorado State, Creighton, Detroit, Duke, Fordham, Georgia Tech, Houston, Illinois, Iowa State, Iowa, Kansas, Kansas State, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana Tech, LSU, Manhattan, Marshall, Miami (FL), Michigan State, Mississippi State, Muhlenberg, Ohio, Princeton, San Diego State, San Francisco, Siena, Southern Illinois, Southern Methodist, Southern Miss, St. Francis (NY), Saint Francis (PA), Saint Peter's, Texas, Texas Tech, Tulane, UCLA, UNLV, Utah State, Washington, Washington State, Washington & Jefferson, Wichita State, Wyoming

*Vacated appearance not included in total

Most NIT appearances without a semifinal appearance[edit]

App. School
12 Arizona State, Illinois State
9 Kent State, Missouri State, UTEP
8 Butler, Hawaii, Murray State, Oral Roberts, Pittsburgh, South Florida
7 Long Beach State, Colorado State, Missouri, Northwestern, Richmond
6 Auburn, Drexel, Fairfield, Miami (OH), New Orleans, Pepperdine, TCU, Texas A&M
5 Akron, Boston University, Davidson, James Madison, Lafayette, Rice, UC Santa Barbara, VCU

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