NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships: Wikis

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The NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships, played in late May or early June, is the top annual competition in U.S. men's collegiate golf. It is a stroke play team competition, starting in 2009 the competition changed to a stroke play/match play competition with the top 8 teams after 72 holes of stroke play being seeded and concluding with an 8 team match play playoff. There is also an award for the lowest scoring individual competitor. Many individual winners have gone on to have successful careers on the PGA Tour, including 1961 champion Jack Nicklaus, 1967 champion Hale Irwin, 1996 champion Tiger Woods, and three-time champions Ben Crenshaw and Phil Mickelson.

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Winners

Note: The NCAA was founded in 1910.
Year Team champion Individual champion
1897 Yale Louis Bayard, Jr., Princeton
1898(s) Harvard John Reid, Jr., Yale
1898(f) Yale James Curtis, Harvard
1899 Harvard Percy Pyne, Princeton
1900 No tournament
1901 Harvard Halstead Lindsley, Harvard
1902(s) Yale Charles Hitchcock, Jr., Yale
1902(f) Harvard Chandler Egan, Harvard
1903 Harvard F. O. Reinhart, Princeton
1904 Harvard A. L. White, Harvard
1905 Yale Robert Abbott, Yale
1906 Yale W. E. Clow, Jr., Yale
1907 Yale Ellis Knowles, Yale
1908 Yale H. H. Wilder, Harvard
1909 Yale Albert Seckel, Princeton
1910 Yale Robert Hunter, Yale
1911 Yale George Stanley, Yale
1912 Yale F. C. Davison, Harvard
1913 Yale Nathaniel Wheeler, Yale
1914 Princeton Edward Allis, Harvard
1915 Yale Francis Blossom, Yale
1916 Princeton J. W. Hubbell, Harvard
1917-1918 No tournaments
1919 Princeton A. L. Walker, Jr., Columbia
1920 Princeton Jess Sweetser, Yale
1921 Dartmouth Simpson Dean, Princeton
1922 Princeton Pollack Boyd, Dartmouth
1923 Princeton Dexter Cummings, Yale
1924 Yale Dexter Cummings, Yale
1925 Yale Fred Lamprecht, Tulane
1926 Yale Fred Lamprecht, Tulane
1927 Princeton Watts Gunn, Georgia Tech
1928 Princeton Maurice McCarthy, Georgetown
1929 Princeton Tom Aycock, Yale
1930 Princeton George Dunlap, Princeton
1931 Yale George Dunlap, Princeton
1932 Yale John Fischer, Michigan
1933 Yale Walter Emery, Oklahoma
1934 Michigan Charles Yates, Georgia Tech
1935 Michigan Ed White, Texas
1936 Yale Chuck Kocsis, Michigan
1937 Princeton Fred Haas, LSU
1938 Stanford John Burke, Georgetown
1939 Stanford Vincent D'Antoni, Tulane
1940 Princeton, LSU (tie) Dixon Brooke, Virginia
1941 Stanford Earl Stewart, LSU
1942 LSU, Stanford (tie) Frank Tatum, Stanford
1943 Yale Wally Ulrich, Carleton
1944 Notre Dame Louis Lick, Minnesota
1945 Ohio State John Lorms, Ohio State
1946 Stanford George Hamer, Georgia
1947 LSU Dave Barclay, Michigan
1948 San Jose State Bob Harris, San Jose State
1949 North Texas State Harvie Ward, North Carolina
1950 North Texas State Fred Wampler, Purdue
1951 North Texas State Tom Nieporte, Ohio State
1952 North Texas State Jim Vickers, Oklahoma
1953 Stanford Earl Moeller, Oklahoma State
1954 Southern Methodist Hillman Robbins, Memphis
1955 LSU Joe Campbell, Purdue
1956 Houston Rick Jones, Ohio State
1957 Houston Rex Baxter, Houston
1958 Houston Phil Rodgers, Houston
1959 Houston Dick Crawford, Houston
1960 Houston Dick Crawford, Houston
1961 Purdue Jack Nicklaus, Ohio State
1962 Houston Kermit Zarley, Houston
1963 Oklahoma State R. H. Sikes, Arkansas
1964 Houston Terry Small, San Jose State
1965 Houston Marty Fleckman, Houston
1966 Houston Bob Murphy, Florida
1967 Houston Hale Irwin, Colorado
1968 Florida Grier Jones, Oklahoma State
1969 Houston Bob Clark, Cal State-Los Angeles
1970 Houston John Mahaffey, Houston
1971 Texas Ben Crenshaw, Texas
1972 Texas Ben Crenshaw and Tom Kite (tie), both Texas
1973 Florida Ben Crenshaw, Texas
1974 Wake Forest Curtis Strange, Wake Forest
1975 Wake Forest Jay Haas, Wake Forest
1976 Oklahoma State Scott Simpson, Southern California
1977 Houston Scott Simpson, Southern California
1978 Oklahoma State David Edwards, Oklahoma State
1979 Ohio State Gary Hallberg, Wake Forest
1980 Oklahoma State Jay Don Blake, Utah State
1981 Brigham Young Ron Commans, Southern California
1982 Houston Billy Ray Brown, Houston
1983 Oklahoma State Jim Carter, Arizona State
1984 Houston John Inman, North Carolina
1985 Houston Clark Burroughs, Ohio State
1986 Wake Forest Scott Verplank, Oklahoma State
1987 Oklahoma State Brian Watts, Oklahoma State
1988 UCLA E. J. Pfister, Oklahoma State
1989 Oklahoma Phil Mickelson, Arizona State
1990 Arizona State Phil Mickelson, Arizona State
1991 Oklahoma State Warren Schutte, UNLV
1992 Arizona Phil Mickelson, Arizona State
1993 Florida Todd Demsey, Arizona State
1994 Stanford Justin Leonard, Texas
1995 Oklahoma State (playoff) Chip Spratlin, Auburn
1996 Arizona State Tiger Woods, Stanford
1997 Pepperdine Charles Warren (playoff), Clemson
1998 UNLV James McLean, Minnesota
1999 Georgia Luke Donald, Northwestern
2000 Oklahoma State (playoff) Charles Howell III, Oklahoma State
2001 Florida Nick Gilliam, Florida
2002 Minnesota Troy Matteson, Georgia Tech
2003 Clemson Alejandro Cañizares, Arizona State
2004 California Ryan Moore, UNLV
2005 Georgia James Lepp (playoff), Washington
2006 Oklahoma State Jonathan Moore, Oklahoma State
2007 Stanford Jamie Lovemark, Southern California
2008 UCLA Kevin Chappell, UCLA
2009 Texas A&M Matt Hill, North Carolina State

Note: Match play, 1897-1964; (s) indicates spring tournament, (f) indicates fall tournament

Non-American winners

Americans had captured all of the titles from the tournament's inception, until Luke Donald of England won in 1999. Alejandro Cañizares of Spain won in 2003, followed by James Lepp (2005) and Matt Hill (2009), both from Canada.

Multiple winners

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Team

The following schools have won more than one team championship:

Individual champion

The following men have won more than one individual championship:

Individual champion's school

The following schools have produced more than one individual champion:

Winners of both NCAA and U.S. Amateur

The following men have won both the NCAA individual championship and the U.S. Amateur Championship. Only Jack Nicklaus (1961), Phil Mickelson (1990), Tiger Woods (1996), and Ryan Moore (2004) have managed the feat in the same year.

Player U.S. Amateur NCAA
George Dunlap 1933 1930, 1931
Chandler Egan 1904, 1905 1902
John Fischer 1936 1932
Justin Leonard 1992 1994
Phil Mickelson 1990 1989, 1990, 1992
Ryan Moore 2004 2004
Bob Murphy 1965 1966
Jack Nicklaus 1959, 1961 1961
Hillman Robbins 1957 1954
Jess Sweetser 1922 1920
Scott Verplank 1984 1986
Harvie Ward 1955, 1956 1949
Tiger Woods 1994, 1995, 1996 1996

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