NCAA Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championship


NCAA Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championship
Decathlete competitors pose at the 2009 NCAA Track & Field Championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA.

The NCAA Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championship is an annual collegiate outdoor track and field competition for men organised by the National Collegiate Athletic Association. It has three divisions: Division I, II, and III. Athlete's individual performances earn points for their institution and the team with the most points receives the NCAA team title in track and field. A separate NCAA women's competition is also held.

The first edition of the championship was held in 1921 and the competition expanded to two divisions in 1963, then three divisions in 1974. Teams and their athletes must abide by NCAA rules in order to compete – the Arkansas Razorbacks were stripped of their 2004 and 2005 titles for recruitment violations, while Florida State University lost its 2007 NCAA Division I title because one of its athletes had not met the academic requirements.

Contents

Champions

Division I

  • 1921 Illinois
  • 1922 California
  • 1923 Michigan
  • 1924
  • 1925 Stanford*
  • 1926 Southern California*
  • 1927 Illinois*
  • 1928 Stanford
  • 1929 Ohio State
  • 1930 Southern California
  • 1931 Southern California
  • 1932 Indiana
  • 1933 LSU
  • 1934 Stanford
  • 1935 Southern California
  • 1936 Southern California
  • 1937 Southern California
  • 1938 Southern California
  • 1939 Southern California
  • 1940 Southern California
  • 1941 Southern California
  • 1942 Southern California
  • 1943 Southern California
  • 1944 Illinois
  • 1945 Navy
  • 1946 Illinois
  • 1947 Illinois
  • 1948 Minnesota
  • 1949 Southern California
  • 1950 Southern California
  • 1951 Southern California
  • 1952 Southern California
  • 1953 Southern California
  • 1954 Southern California
  • 1955 Southern California
  • 1956 UCLA
  • 1957 Villanova
  • 1958 Southern California
  • 1959 Kansas
  • 1960 Kansas
  • 1961 Southern California
  • 1962 Oregon
  • 1963 Southern California
  • 1964 Oregon
  • 1965 Oregon, Southern California
  • 1966 UCLA
  • 1967 Southern California
  • 1968 Southern California
  • 1969 San Jose State
  • 1970 Brigham Young, Kansas, Oregon
  • 1971 UCLA
  • 1972 UCLA
  • 1973 UCLA
  • 1974 Tennessee
  • 1975 UTEP
  • 1976 Southern California
  • 1977 Arizona State
  • 1978 UCLA, UTEP
  • 1979 UTEP
  • 1980 UTEP
  • 1981 UTEP
  • 1982 UTEP
  • 1983 Southern Methodist
  • 1984 Oregon
  • 1985 Arkansas
  • 1986 Southern Methodist
  • 1987 UCLA
  • 1988 UCLA
  • 1989 LSU
  • 1990 LSU
  • 1991 Tennessee
  • 1992 Arkansas
  • 1993 Arkansas
  • 1994 Arkansas
  • 1995 Arkansas
  • 1996 Arkansas
  • 1997 Arkansas
  • 1998 Arkansas
  • 1999 Arkansas
  • 2000 Stanford
  • 2001 Tennessee
  • 2002 LSU
  • 2003 Arkansas
  • 2004 vacated^
  • 2005 vacated^
  • 2006 Florida State
  • 2007 vacated^^
  • 2008 Florida State
  • 2009 Texas A&M
  • 2010 Texas A&M
  • 2011 Texas A&M

^ Arkansas was forced to vacate the NCAA titles in 2004 and 2005 because of recruiting violations. The titles have not been awarded to any other school.[1][2]

^^Florida State was forced to vacate the 2007 NCAA title due to academic violations by one of its athletes.[3][4][5]

*unofficial champions

Division II

Division III

  • 1974 Ashland
  • 1975 Southern–New Orleans
  • 1976 Southern–New Orleans
  • 1977 Southern–New Orleans
  • 1978 Occidental
  • 1979 Slippery Rock
  • 1980 Rowan
  • 1981 Rowan
  • 1982 Rowan
  • 1983 Rowan
  • 1984 Rowan
  • 1985 Lincoln (PA)
  • 1986 Frostburg State
  • 1987 Frostburg State
  • 1988 Wisconsin–La Crosse
  • 1989 North Central (IL)
  • 1990 Lincoln (PA)
  • 1991 Wisconsin–La Crosse
  • 1992 Wisconsin–La Crosse
  • 1993 Wisconsin–La Crosse
  • 1994 North Central (IL)
  • 1995 Lincoln (PA)
  • 1996 Lincoln (PA)
  • 1997 Wisconsin–La Crosse
  • 1998 North Central (IL)
  • 1999 Lincoln (PA)
  • 2000 Lincoln (PA), North Central (IL)
  • 2001 Wisconsin–La Crosse
  • 2002 Wisconsin–La Crosse
  • 2003 Wisconsin–La Crosse
  • 2004 Wisconsin–La Crosse
  • 2005 Lincoln (PA)
  • 2006 Wisconsin–La Crosse
  • 2007 Wisconsin–La Crosse
  • 2008 McMurry
  • 2009 Wisconsin–Oshkosh
  • 2010 North Central (IL)

See also

References

External links


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