NCAA Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championship


NCAA Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championship

NCAA team champions for Women's Outdoor Track and Field

Contents

Division I

By school

School Championships
LSU 14
Texas 4
Texas A&M 3
UCLA 3
Arizona State 1
Auburn 1
Florida State 1
Oregon 1
South Carolina 1
USC 1

Division II

  • 1982 Cal Poly
  • 1983 Cal Poly
  • 1984 Cal Poly
  • 1985 Abilene Christian
  • 1986 Abilene Christian
  • 1987 Abilene Christian
  • 1988 Abilene Christian
  • 1989 Cal Poly
  • 1990 Cal Poly
  • 1991 Cal Poly
  • 1992 Alabama A&M
  • 1993 Alabama A&M
  • 1994 Abilene Christian
  • 1995 Abilene Christian
  • 1996 Abilene Christian
  • 1997 St. Augustine's
  • 1998 Abilene Christian
  • 1999 Abilene Christian
  • 2000 St. Augustine's
  • 2001 St. Augustine's
  • 2002 St. Augustine's
  • 2003 Lincoln (MO)
  • 2004 Lincoln (MO)
  • 2005 Lincoln (MO)
  • 2006 Lincoln (MO)
  • 2007 Lincoln (MO)
  • 2008 Abilene Christian
  • 2009 Lincoln (MO)
  • 2010 Angelo State
  • 2011 Grand Valley State

Division III

  • 1982 Central (Iowa)
  • 1983 Wisconsin–La Crosse
  • 1984 Wisconsin–La Crosse
  • 1985 Cortland State
  • 1986 UMass Boston
  • 1987 Christopher Newport
  • 1988 Christopher Newport
  • 1989 Christopher Newport
  • 1990 Wisconsin–Oshkosh
  • 1991 Wisconsin–Oshkosh
  • 1992 Christopher Newport
  • 1993 Lincoln (PA)
  • 1994 Christopher Newport
  • 1995 Wisconsin–Oshkosh
  • 1996 Wisconsin–Oshkosh
  • 1997 Wisconsin–Oshkosh
  • 1998 Christopher Newport
  • 1999 Lincoln (PA)
  • 2000 Lincoln (PA)
  • 2001 Wheaton (MA)
  • 2002 Wheaton (MA)
  • 2003 Wheaton (MA)
  • 2004 Wisconsin–Oshkosh
  • 2005 Wartburg
  • 2006 Wisconsin–Oshkosh
  • 2007 Wisconsin–Oshkosh
  • 2008 Illinois Wesleyan and Wisconsin–River Falls
  • 2009 Wartburg
  • 2010 Illinois Wesleyan
  • 2011 Wisconsin-Oshkosh

See also

External links


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