Wall Street Journal ranks winningest religious basketball programs
The Brigham Young University men's basketball team ranks second in winning percentage among universities with religious affliations, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
"The top winning percentage belongs to the Vincentians (.611), a Catholic order, which includes Big East programs St. Johns and DePaul. The Augustinians, another Catholic order, have a winning percentage of .641, but they are represented only by Villanova," wrote WSJ reporter Jared Diamond.
BYU, owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has a winning percentage of .620.
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