Certainly, long, ago both the U of I and U of W fusor teams could have beat that record in their devices, but colleges no longer want to hazard using tritium in any, on campus, system. The new rule is NO RAD stuff on campus.
There was a time when colleges vied for their own reactors and made their own isotopes on site with small piles or swimming pool reactors. Nuclear engineering and nuclear physics departments and their respective curriculums blossomed. Almost all have withered on the vine since the 70's.
With litigious lawyers driving slighted students and frightened families, coupled with a modern day view of "everything is bad for you", no college is willing to introduce any suspect program or percieved hazard into their school. They realize that any student looking for a free ride or parents needing money will have a cadre of lawyers at the ready.
Many of those schools with nuclear programs in place since they first begged for them in the 50's, have, during the 80's, totally dropped the courses or so emasculated them that all work is now done on computers rather than in the radioisotope labs or reactor building on campus. The old labs are now normal class rooms and the reactor building is now an extra gymnasium.
Thus, Tritium is just not in the cards, even for high end acedemia in forward looking, physics research efforts. The rule is, "If you think you need tritium for your research, find something else to research."
Professors are not happy with the stuff either for they are would be the last guy in the finger pointing contest if something goes wrong and all of us have seen the modern day "cover you ass" mentality in acedemia.
I am the proud owner of an "in-house" created and printed nuclear program handbook for students at U of Pennsylvania in the late 60's. This was a lab type work book of about 100 pages.
The professor who wrote the manual glibbly notes that... "When the emergency nuclear alarm klaxon sounds in the reactor building, all students must immediately go outside to the designated nuclear emergency area and wait for the all clear siren."......" The alarm klaxon is loud, unmistakable and most offensive in nature. The "all clear" siren is a standard police siren."....."Do not just ask others if there is a real emergency or if this is a false alarm or test; all such alarms are always either tests or false alarms. Simply stop what you are doing and evacuate immediately"......"Our nuclear site licenses and AEC agreements for continued reactor use depend on all people immediately obeying the klaxon....just obey, get out, and wait"
Progress may have been a good thing once, but it just went on too long. - Yogi Berra
Fusion is the energy of the future....and it always will be
Retired now...Doing only what I want and not what I should...every day is a saturday.