NCAA Division II Wrestling Championships

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NCAA Division II Wrestling Championships
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Founded 1963
Number of teams 37 (2012)
Current champions Nebraska–Kearney (3)
Most successful club(s) Cal Poly–SLO (8)
Television broadcasters ESPNU
Website NCAA.com

The NCAA Division II Wrestling Championships for individual and team Wrestling were first officially awarded in 1963 and have been awarded annually since then. At the NCAA Wrestling Championships, which also crown individual champions, a points system is used to determine the team champion.[1]

Team champions[edit]

  • 1976 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1977 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1978 Northern Iowa
  • 1979 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1980 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1981 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1982 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1983 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1984 SIU Edwardsville
  • 1985 SIU Edwardsville
  • 1986 SIU Edwardsville
  • 1987 Cal State Bakersfield
  • 1988 North Dakota State
  • 1989 Portland State
  • 1990 Portland State
  • 1991 Nebraska-Omaha
  • 1992 Central Oklahoma
  • 1993 Central Oklahoma
  • 1994 Central Oklahoma
  • 1995 Central Oklahoma
  • 1996 Pitt-Johnstown
  • 1997 San Francisco State
  • 1998 North Dakota State
  • 1999 Pitt-Johnstown
  • 2000 North Dakota State
  • 2001 North Dakota State
  • 2002 Central Oklahoma
  • 2003 Central Oklahoma
  • 2004 Nebraska-Omaha
  • 2005 Nebraska-Omaha
  • 2006 Nebraska-Omaha
  • 2007 Central Oklahoma
  • 2008 Nebraska-Kearney
  • 2009 Nebraska-Omaha
  • 2010 Nebraska-Omaha
  • 2011 Nebraska-Omaha
  • 2012 Nebraska-Kearney
  • 2013 Nebraska-Kearney
  • 2014 Notre Dame College (Oh.)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wrestling : Division II : Highlights". Fs.ncaa.org. Retrieved 2014-02-14. 

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