NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships


NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships

The NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships are college championship events in the USA. The event is held annually, and the NCAA hosts Swimming & Diving Championships in each of its three Divisions (Division I, II and III).

The meets take place in a 25 yard pool, except for the Division I meets in 2000 and 2004 which were swum in a 25 meter competition course.

Contents

Winning teams

Division I

From inception in 1924 through 1936 [1], three schools won unofficial national team championships, which were proclaimed in the newspapers of the time. [2]

  • 1924 - Northwestern
  • 1925 - Naval Academy
  • 1926 - Naval Academy [3]
  • 1927 - Michigan [4]
  • 1928 - Michigan
  • 1929 - Northwestern
  • 1930 - Northwestern [5]
  • 1931 - Michigan
  • 1932 - Michigan
  • 1933 - Northwestern [6][7]
  • 1934 - Michigan
  • 1935 - Michigan
  • 1936 - Michigan
  • 1937 - Michigan *
  • 1938 - Michigan
  • 1939 - Michigan
  • 1940 - Michigan
  • 1941 - Michigan
  • 1942 - Yale
  • 1943 - Ohio State
  • 1944 - Yale
  • 1945 - Ohio State
  • 1946 - Ohio State
  • 1947 - Ohio State
  • 1948 - Michigan
  • 1949 - Ohio State
  • 1950 - Ohio State
  • 1951 - Yale
  • 1952 - Ohio State
  • 1953 - Yale
  • 1954 - Ohio State
  • 1955 - Ohio State
  • 1956 - Ohio State
  • 1957 - Michigan
  • 1958 - Michigan
  • 1959 - Michigan
  • 1960 - Southern California
  • 1961 - Michigan
  • 1962 - Ohio State
  • 1963 - Southern California
  • 1964 - Southern California
  • 1965 - Southern California
  • 1966 - Southern California
  • 1967 - Stanford
  • 1968 - Indiana
  • 1969 - Indiana
  • 1970 - Indiana
  • 1971 - Indiana
  • 1972 - Indiana
  • 1973 - Indiana
  • 1974 - Southern California
  • 1975 - Southern California
  • 1976 - Southern California
  • 1977 - Southern California
  • 1978 - Tennessee
  • 1979 - California
  • 1980 - California
  • 1981 - Texas
  • 1982 - UCLA
  • 1983 - Florida
  • 1984 - Florida
  • 1985 - Stanford
  • 1986 - Stanford
  • 1987 - Stanford
  • 1988 - Texas
  • 1989 - Texas
  • 1990 - Texas
  • 1991 - Texas
  • 1992 - Stanford
  • 1993 - Stanford
  • 1994 - Stanford
  • 1995 - Michigan
  • 1996 - Texas
  • 1997 - Auburn
  • 1998 - Stanford
  • 1999 - Auburn
  • 2000 - Texas
  • 2001 - Texas
  • 2002 - Texas
  • 2003 - Auburn
  • 2004 - Auburn
  • 2005 - Auburn
  • 2006 - Auburn
  • 2007 - Auburn
  • 2008 - Arizona
  • 2009 - Auburn
  • 2010 - Texas
  • 2011 - California

* First official NCAA team championship

Division II

  • 1964 - Bucknell (PA)
  • 1965 - San Diego State
  • 1966 - San Diego State
  • 1967 - UC Santa Barbara
  • 1968 - Long Beach State
  • 1969 - UC Irvine
  • 1970 - UC Irvine
  • 1971 - UC Irvine
  • 1972 - Eastern Michigan
  • 1973 - Cal State Chico
  • 1974 - Cal State, Chico
  • 1975 - Cal State Northridge
  • 1976 - Cal State Chico
  • 1977 - Cal State Northridge
  • 1978 - Cal State Northridge
  • 1979 - Cal State Northridge
  • 1980 - Oakland (MI)
  • 1981 - Cal State Northridge
  • 1982 - Cal State Northridge
  • 1983 - Cal State Northridge
  • 1984 - Cal State Northridge
  • 1985 - Cal State Northridge
  • 1986 - Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1987 - Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1988 - Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1989 - Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1990 - Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1991 - Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1992 - Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1993 - Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1994 - Oakland
  • 1995 - Oakland
  • 1996 - Oakland
  • 1997 - Oakland
  • 1998 - Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1999 - Drury
  • 2000 - Cal State Bakersfield
  • 2001 - Cal State Bakersfield
  • 2002 - Cal State Bakersfield
  • 2003 - Drury
  • 2004 - Cal State Bakersfield
  • 2005 - Drury
  • 2006 - Drury
  • 2007 - Drury
  • 2008 - Drury
  • 2009 - Drury
  • 2010 - Drury
  • 2011 - Drury

Division III

  • 1975 - Cal State Chico
  • 1976 - St. Lawrence
  • 1977 - Johns Hopkins
  • 1978 - Johns Hopkins
  • 1979 - Johns Hopkins
  • 1980 - Kenyon
  • 1981 - Kenyon
  • 1982 - Kenyon
  • 1983 - Kenyon
  • 1984 - Kenyon
  • 1985 - Kenyon
  • 1986 - Kenyon
  • 1987 - Kenyon
  • 1988 - Kenyon
  • 1989 - Kenyon
  • 1990 - Kenyon
  • 1991 - Kenyon
  • 1992 - Kenyon
  • 1993 - Kenyon
  • 1994 - Kenyon
  • 1995 - Kenyon
  • 1996 - Kenyon
  • 1997 - Kenyon
  • 1998 - Kenyon
  • 1999 - Kenyon
  • 2000 - Kenyon
  • 2001 - Kenyon
  • 2002 - Kenyon
  • 2003 - Kenyon
  • 2004 - Kenyon
  • 2005 - Kenyon
  • 2006 - Kenyon
  • 2007 - Kenyon
  • 2008 - Kenyon
  • 2009 - Kenyon
  • 2010 - Kenyon
  • 2011 - Denison

NCAA team titles

Division I

Titles Institution
11 Ohio State
11 Michigan
10 Texas
9 Southern California
8 Auburn
8 Stanford
6 Indiana
4 Yale
3 California
2 Florida
1 Arizona
1 UCLA
1 Tennessee

Division II

Titles Institution
13 Cal State Bakersfield
9 Cal State Northridge
9 Drury
5 Oakland
3 Cal State Chico
2 San Diego State
1 Bucknell
1 Eastern Michigan
1 Long Beach State
1 UC Santa Barbara

Division III

Titles Institution
31 Kenyon
3 Johns Hopkins
1 Cal State Chico
1 Denison
1 St. Lawrence

Venues

Division I

# Year Location Venue
1 1924 Maryland Annapolis, Maryland
2 1925 Illinois Evanston, Illinois
3 1926 Maryland Annapolis, Maryland
4 1927 Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Field House Pool
5 1928 Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
6 1929 Missouri Washington, Missouri
7 1930 Massachusetts Cambridge, Massachusetts
8 1931 Illinois Evanston, Illinois
9 1932 Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan
10 1933 Connecticut New Haven, Connecticut
11 1934 Ohio Columbus, Ohio
12 1935 Massachusetts Cambridge, Massachusetts
13 1936 Connecticut New Haven, Connecticut
14 1937 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota
15 1938 Rutgers
16 1939 Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan
17 1940 Connecticut New Haven, Connecticut
18 1941 Michigan East Lansing, Michigan
19 1942 Massachusetts Cambridge, Massachusetts
20 1943 Ohio Columbus, Ohio
21 1944 Connecticut New Haven, Connecticut
22 1945 Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan
23 1946 Connecticut New Haven, Connecticut
24 1947 Washington (state) Seattle, Washington
25 1948 Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan
26 1949 University of North Carolina
27 1950 Ohio Columbus, Ohio
28 1951 Texas Austin, Texas
29 1952 New Jersey Princeton, New Jersey
30 1953 Ohio Columbus, Ohio
31 1954 New York Syracuse, New York
32 1955 Ohio Oxford, Ohio
33 1956 Connecticut New Haven, Connecticut
34 1957 University of North Carolina
35 1958 Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan
36 1959 New York Ithaca, New York
37 1960 Texas University Park, Texas
38 1961 Washington (state) Seattle, Washington
39 1962 Ohio Columbus, Ohio
40 1963 North Carolina Raleigh, North Carolina Willis Casey Natatorium
41 1964 Connecticut New Haven, Connecticut
42 1965 Iowa Ames, Iowa Beyer Hall Pool
43 1966 Colorado Colorado Springs, Colorado
44 1967 Michigan East Lansing, Michigan
45 1968 New Hampshire Hanover, New Hampshire
46 1969 Indiana Bloomington, Indiana
47 1970 Utah Salt Lake City, Utah
48 1971 Iowa Ames, Iowa Beyer Hall Pool
49 1972 New York West Point, New York Crandall Pool
50 1973 Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee UT Student Aquatic Center
51 1974 California Long Beach, California
52 1975 Ohio Cleveland, Ohio CSU Natatorium
53 1976 Rhode Island Providence, Rhode Island Smith Swimming Center
54 1977 Ohio Cleveland, Ohio CSU Natatorium
55 1978 California Long Beach, California
56 1979 Ohio Cleveland, Ohio CSU Natatorium
57 1980 Massachusetts Cambridge, Massachusetts Blodgett Pool
58 1981 Texas Austin, Texas Texas Swimming Center
59 1982 Wisconsin Brown Deer, Wisconsin Schroeder Swimming Center
60 1983 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
61 1984 Ohio Cleveland, Ohio CSU Natatorium
62 1985 Texas Austin, Texas Texas Swimming Center
63 1986 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
64 1987 Texas Austin, Texas Texas Swimming Center
65 1988 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
66 1989 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
67 1990 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
68 1991 Texas Austin, Texas Texas Swimming Center
69 1992 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
70 1993 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
71 1994 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University Aquatic Center
72 1995 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
73 1996 Texas Austin, Texas Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center
74 1997 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University Aquatic Center
75 1998 Alabama Auburn, Alabama James E. Martin Aquatics Center
76 1999 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
77 2000 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University Aquatic Center
78 2001 Texas College Station, Texas Student Recreation Center Natatorium
79 2002 Georgia (U.S. state) Athens, Georgia Gabrielsen Natatorium
80 2003 Texas Austin, Texas Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center
81 2004 New York East Meadow, New York Nassau County Aquatic Center
82 2005 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University Aquatic Center
83 2006 Georgia (U.S. state) Atlanta, Georgia Georgia Tech Campus Recreation Center
84 2007 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University Aquatic Center
85 2008 Washington (state) Federal Way, Washington Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center
86 2009 Texas College Station, Texas Student Recreation Center Natatorium
87 2010 Ohio Columbus, Ohio McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion
88 2011 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University of Minnesota Aquatic Center

Division II

# Year Location Arena
1 1964 Pennsylvania Grove City, Pennsylvania
2 1965 Illinois Normal, Illinois
3 1966 Illinois Normal, Illinois
4 1967 California Commerce, California
5 1968 Georgia (U.S. state) Atlanta, Georgia
6 1969 Massachusetts Springfield, Massachusetts
7 1970 Michigan Rochester, Michigan
8 1971 Massachusetts Springfield, Massachusetts
9 1972 Virginia Lexington, Virginia
10 1973 Michigan Detroit, Michigan
11 1974 California Long Beach, California
12 1975 Ohio Cleveland, Ohio CSU Natatorium
13 1976 Massachusetts Springfield, Massachusetts
14 1977 Ohio Youngstown, Ohio
15 1978 Massachusetts Springfield, Massachusetts
16 1979 Michigan Marquette, Michigan
17 1980 Ohio Youngstown, Ohio
18 1981 Ohio Youngstown, Ohio
19 1982 Pennsylvania Clarion, Pennsylvania
20 1983 California Long Beach, California
21 1984 New York Hempstead, New York
22 1985 Florida Orlando, Florida
23 1986 Florida Orlando, Florida
24 1987 California Long Beach, California
25 1988 New York Buffalo, New York
26 1989 New York Buffalo, New York
27 1990 New York Buffalo, New York
28 1991 Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin
29 1992 North Dakota Grand Forks, North Dakota
30 1993 Ohio Canton, Ohio
31 1994 Ohio Canton, Ohio
32 1995 Ohio Canton, Ohio
33 1996 North Dakota Grand Forks, North Dakota
34 1997 Texas San Antonio, Texas
35 1998 Ohio Ashland, Ohio
36 1999 New York Buffalo, New York Flickinger Aquatic Center
37 2000 New York Buffalo, New York Flickinger Aquatic Center
38 2001 Ohio Canton, Ohio Branin Natatorium
39 2002 Florida Orlando, Florida YMCA Aquatic Center
40 2003 North Dakota Grand Forks, North Dakota
41 2004 New York Buffalo, New York Flickinger Aquatic Center
42 2005 Florida Orlando, Florida YMCA Aquatic Center
43 2006 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
44 2007 New York Buffalo, New York Flickinger Aquatic Center
45 2008 Missouri Columbia, Missouri Mizzou Aquatic Center
46 2009 Texas Houston, Texas University of Houston Aquatic Center
47 2010 Ohio Canton, Ohio Branin Natatorium
48 2011 Texas San Antonio, Texas

Division III

# Year Location Arena
1 1975 Pennsylvania Meadville, Pennsylvania Allegheny College, Richard King Mellon Recreation Center
2 1976 Pennsylvania Washington, Pennsylvania Washington & Jefferson College, Henry Memorial Center
3 1977 Ohio Oberlin, Ohio Oberlin College Recreation Center
4 1978 Iowa Grinnell, Iowa Grinnell College Physical Education Complex
5 1979 New York Geneseo, New York State University of New York Geneseo, Myrtle A. Merritt Athletic Center
6 1980 Pennsylvania Washington, Pennsylvania Washington & Jefferson College, Henry Memorial Center
7 1981 Ohio Oberlin, Ohio Oberlin College Recreation Center
8 1982 Virginia Lexington, Virginia Washington and Lee University, Cy Twombly Pool (swimming) and Virginia Military Institute (diving)
9 1983 Ohio Canton, Ohio Canton McKinley High School, C.T. Branin Natatorium
10 1984 Georgia (U.S. state) Atlanta, Georgia Emory University, George W. Woodruff Physical Education Center
11 1985 Georgia (U.S. state) Atlanta, Georgia Emory University, George W. Woodruff Physical Education Center
12 1986 Ohio Canton, Ohio Canton McKinley High School, C.T. Branin Natatorium
13 1987 Ohio Canton, Ohio Canton McKinley High School, C.T. Branin Natatorium
14 1988 Georgia (U.S. state) Atlanta, Georgia Emory University, George W. Woodruff Physical Education Center
15 1989 Maine Brunswick, Maine Bowdoin College, A. LeRoy Greason Swimming Pool
16 1990 Illinois Wheaton, Illinois Wheaton College, Chrouser Aquatics Center
17 1991 Georgia (U.S. state) Atlanta, Georgia Emory University, George W. Woodruff Physical Education Center
18 1992 New York Buffalo, New York Erie Community College, Flickinger Aquatic Center
19 1993 Georgia (U.S. state) Atlanta, Georgia Emory University, George W. Woodruff Physical Education Center
20 1994 Massachusetts Williamstown, Massachusetts Williams College, John Wesley Chandler Athletic Center
21 1995 Ohio Oxford, Ohio Miami University, Corwin M. Nixon Aquatic Center
22 1996 Georgia (U.S. state) Atlanta, Georgia Emory University, George W. Woodruff Physical Education Center
23 1997 Ohio Oxford, Ohio Miami University, Corwin M. Nixon Aquatic Center
24 1998 Missouri St. Peters, Missouri St. Peters Rec-Plex
25 1999 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University of Minnesota Aquatic Center
26 2000 Georgia (U.S. state) Atlanta, Georgia Emory University, George W. Woodruff Physical Education Center
27 2001 New York Buffalo, New York Erie Community College, Flickinger Aquatic Center
28 2002 Ohio Oxford, Ohio Miami University, Corwin M. Nixon Aquatic Center
29 2003 Georgia (U.S. state) Atlanta, Georgia Emory University, George W. Woodruff Physical Education Center
30 2004 Missouri St. Peters, Missouri St. Peters Rec-Plex
31 2005 Michigan Holland, Michigan Holland Community Aquatic Center
32 2006 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University of Minnesota Aquatic Center
33 2007 Texas Houston, Texas University of Houston, Campus Recreation and Wellness Center Natatorium
34 2008 Ohio Oxford, Ohio Miami University, Corwin M. Nixon Aquatic Center
35 2009 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University of Minnesota Aquatic Center
36 2010 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University of Minnesota Aquatic Center
37 2011 Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee

See also

References

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