NCAA Wrestling Team Championship

NCAA Wrestling Team Championship

The NCAA Wrestling Team Championship was first officially awarded in 1929 and began to be continuously awarded on an annual basis in 1934 except during World War II 1943-1945. In 1928 and from 1931 to 1933, there was only an unofficial title. Oklahoma A&M, now Oklahoma State, won the 1928, 1931 unofficial titles. Indiana University won the 1932 unofficial title. In 1933, Iowa State and Oklahoma A&M were unofficial co-champions.

At the NCAA Wrestling Championships, which also crown individual champions, a points system is used to determine the team champion. Oklahoma State University has won more NCAA team championships than any other school, having won the title 34 times (includes 3 unofficial titles), most recently in 2006. The school with the second most championships is Iowa with 23 NCAA titles.

Contents

Division I Team Champions

  • 1928 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1929 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1930 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1931 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1932 Indiana
  • 1933 Iowa State
Oklahoma A&M
  • 1934 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1935 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1936 Oklahoma
  • 1937 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1938 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1939 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1940 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1941 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1942 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1943-45 not held
  • 1946 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1947 Cornell College
  • 1948 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1949 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1950 Northern Iowa
  • 1951 Oklahoma
  • 1952 Oklahoma
  • 1953 Penn State
  • 1954 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1955 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1956 Oklahoma A&M
  • 1957 Oklahoma
  • 1958 Oklahoma State
  • 1959 Oklahoma State
  • 1960 Oklahoma
  • 1961 Oklahoma State
  • 1962 Oklahoma State
  • 1963 Oklahoma
  • 1964 Oklahoma State
  • 1965 Iowa State
  • 1966 Oklahoma State
  • 1967 Michigan State
  • 1968 Oklahoma State
  • 1969 Iowa State
  • 1970 Iowa State
  • 1971 Oklahoma State
  • 1972 Iowa State
  • 1973 Iowa State
  • 1974 Oklahoma
  • 1975 Iowa
  • 1976 Iowa
  • 1977 Iowa State
  • 1978 Iowa
  • 1979 Iowa
  • 1980 Iowa
  • 1981 Iowa
  • 1982 Iowa
  • 1983 Iowa
  • 1984 Iowa
  • 1985 Iowa
  • 1986 Iowa
  • 1987 Iowa State
  • 1988 Arizona State
  • 1989 Oklahoma State
  • 1990 Oklahoma State
  • 1991 Iowa
  • 1992 Iowa
  • 1993 Iowa
  • 1994 Oklahoma State
  • 1995 Iowa
  • 1996 Iowa
  • 1997 Iowa
  • 1998 Iowa
  • 1999 Iowa
  • 2000 Iowa
  • 2001 Minnesota
  • 2002 Minnesota
  • 2003 Oklahoma State
  • 2004 Oklahoma State
  • 2005 Oklahoma State
  • 2006 Oklahoma State
  • 2007 Minnesota
  • 2008 Iowa
  • 2009 Iowa
  • 2010 Iowa
  • 2011 Penn State

Rank of teams by total number of Division I team titles

School Team Titles Last Championship
Oklahoma State* 34 2006
Iowa 23 2010
Iowa State 8 1987
Oklahoma 7 1974
Minnesota 3 2007
Penn State 2 2011
Arizona State 1 1988
Michigan State 1 1967
Northern Iowa 1 1950
Cornell College 1 1947
Indiana 1 1932

∗formerly Oklahoma A&M

Winning streaks greater than 2 of Division I team titles

School Team Titles Years
Iowa 9 1978-1986
Oklahoma State 7 1937-1942,1946
Iowa 6 1995-2000
Oklahoma State 4 1928-1931
Oklahoma State 4 2003-2006
Oklahoma State 3 1933-1935
Oklahoma State 3 1954-1956
Iowa 3 1991-1993
Iowa 3 2008-2010

Division II Team Champions

  • 1963 Western State
  • 1964 Western State
  • 1965 Mankato State
  • 1966 Cal Poly-SLO
  • 1967 Portland State
  • 1968 Cal Poly-SLO
  • 1969 Cal Poly-SLO
  • 1970 Cal Poly-SLO
  • 1971 Cal Poly-SLO
  • 1972 Cal Poly-SLO
  • 1973 Cal Poly-SLO
  • 1974 Cal Poly-SLO
  • 1975 Northern Iowa
  • 1976 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1977 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1978 Northern Iowa
  • 1979 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1980 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1981 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1982 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1983 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1984 SIU Edwardsville
  • 1985 SIU Edwardsville
  • 1986 SIU Edwardsville
  • 1987 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1988 North Dakota State
  • 1989 Portland State
  • 1990 Portland State
  • 1991 Nebraska-Omaha
  • 1992 Central Oklahoma
  • 1993 Central Oklahoma
  • 1994 Central Oklahoma
  • 1995 Central Oklahoma
  • 1996 Pitt-Johnstown
  • 1997 San Francisco State
  • 1998 North Dakota State
  • 1999 Pitt-Johnstown
  • 2000 North Dakota State
  • 2001 North Dakota State
  • 2002 Central Oklahoma
  • 2003 Central Oklahoma
  • 2004 Nebraska-Omaha
  • 2005 Nebraska-Omaha
  • 2006 Nebraska-Omaha
  • 2007 Central Oklahoma
  • 2008 Nebraska-Kearney
  • 2009 Nebraska-Omaha
  • 2010 Nebraska-Omaha
  • 2011 Nebraska-Omaha

Division III Team Champions

  • 1984 Trenton State
  • 1985 Trenton State
  • 1986 Montclair State
  • 1987 Trenton State
  • 1988 St. Lawrence
  • 1989 Ithaca
  • 1990 Ithaca
  • 1991 Augsburg
  • 1992 Brockport State
  • 1993 Augsburg
  • 1994 Ithaca
  • 1995 Augsburg
  • 1996 Wartburg
  • 1997 Augsburg
  • 1998 Augsburg
  • 1999 Wartburg
  • 2000 Augsburg
  • 2001 Augsburg
  • 2002 Augsburg
  • 2003 Wartburg
  • 2004 Wartburg
  • 2005 Augsburg
  • 2006 Wartburg
  • 2007 Augsburg
  • 2008 Wartburg
  • 2009 Wartburg
  • 2010 Augsburg
  • 2011 Wartburg

See also

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