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NCAA team championships for Men's Outdoor Track and Field

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Champions

Division I

  • 1921 Illinois
  • 1922 California
  • 1923 Michigan
  • 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 Florida State
  • 2008 Florida State
  • 2009 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]

*unofficial champions

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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

See also

External links

References


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