NCAA Men's Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships

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NCAA Men's Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships
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Founded 1921
Current champions Oregon (6)
Most successful club(s) Team: USC (26)
Television broadcasters ESPNU
Website NCAA.com
2013 Championships

The NCAA Men's Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championship is an annual collegiate outdoor track and field competition for men organised by the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Athlete's individual performances earn points for their institution and the team with the most points receives the NCAA team title in track and field. A separate NCAA Division I women's competition is also held. These two events are separate from the NCAA Men's Division I Indoor Track and Field Championships and NCAA Women's Division I Indoor Track and Field Championships held during the winter.[1]

Decathlete competitors pose at the 2009 NCAA Track & Field Championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA.

The first edition of the championship was held in 1921 and the competition expanded to two divisions in 1963, then three divisions in 1974. Teams and their athletes must abide by NCAA rules in order to compete – the Arkansas Razorbacks were stripped of their 2004 and 2005 titles for recruitment violations, while Florida State University lost its 2007 NCAA Division I title because one of its athletes had not met the academic requirements.

Events[edit]

Track Events[edit]

Field events[edit]

Discontinued events[edit]

Champions[edit]

Year Team Champion Score Team Runner-Up Score Location Venue
1921 Illinois 20¼ Notre Dame 16¾ Stagg Field Chicago, IL
1922 California 28½ Penn State 19½ Stagg Field Chicago, IL
1923 Michigan 29½ Mississippi State 16 Stagg Field Chicago, IL
No championship held in 1924
1925 Stanford1 31 Soldier Field Chicago, IL
1926 USC1 27 Soldier Field Chicago, IL
1927 Illinois1 35 Soldier Field Chicago, IL
1928 Stanford 72 Ohio State 31 Soldier Field Chicago, IL
1929 Ohio State 50 Washington 42 Stagg Field Chicago, IL
1930 USC 55720 Washington 40 Stagg Field Chicago, IL
1931 USC 7717 Ohio State 3117 Stagg Field Chicago, IL
1932 Indiana 56 Ohio State 49¾ Stagg Field Chicago, IL
1933 LSU 58 USC 54 Stagg Field Chicago, IL
1934 Stanford 63 USC 57720 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles, CA
1935 USC 7415 Ohio State 4015 Edwards Stadium Berkeley, CA
1936 USC 10313 Ohio State 73 Stagg Field Chicago, IL
1937 USC 62 Stanford 50 Edwards Stadium Berkeley, CA
1938 USC 6734 Stanford 38 Memorial Stadium Minneapolis, MN
1939 USC 86 Stanford 4434 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles, CA
1940 USC 47 Stanford 2823 Memorial Stadium Minneapolis, MN
1941 USC 8112 Indiana 50 Stanford Stadium Palo Alto, CA
1942 USC 8512 Ohio State 4415 Memorial Stadium Lincoln, NE
1943 USC 46 California 39 Ryan Field Evanston, IL
1944 Illinois 79 Notre Dame 43 Marquette Stadium Milwaukee, WI
1945 Navy 62 Michigan 5235 Marquette Stadium Milwaukee, WI
1946 Illinois 78 USC 421720 Memorial Stadium Minneapolis, MN
1947 Illinois 5923 USC 3414 Rice Stadium Salt Lake City, UT
1948 Minnesota 46 USC 4112 Memorial Stadium Minneapolis, MN
1949 USC 5525 UCLA 31 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles, CA
1950 USC 4915 Stanford 28 Memorial Stadium Minneapolis, MN
1951 USC 56 Cornell 40 Husky Stadium Seattle, WA
1952 USC 66712 San Jose State 2413 Edwards Stadium Berkeley, CA
1953 USC 80 Illinois 41 Memorial Stadium Lincoln, NE
1954 USC 661720 Illinois 311720 Ferry Field Ann Arbor, MI
1955 USC 42 UCLA 34 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles, CA
1956 UCLA 55710 Kansas 51 Edwards Stadium Berkeley, CA
1957 Villanova 47 California 32 Mike A. Myers Stadium Austin, TX
1958 USC 4867 Kansas 4034 Edwards Stadium Berkeley, CA
1959 Kansas 73 San Jose State 48710 Memorial Stadium Lincoln, NE
1960 Kansas 50 USC 37 Edwards Stadium Berkeley, CA
1961 USC 65 Oregon 47 Franklin Field Philadelphia, PA
1962 Oregon 85 Villanova 40 Hayward Field Eugene, OR
1963 USC 61 Stanford 42 University Stadium Albuquerque, NM
1964 Oregon 70 San Jose State 40 Hayward Field Eugene, OR
1965 Oregon
USC
32 Edwards Stadium Berkeley, CA
1966 UCLA 81 BYU 33 Billy Hayes Track Bloomington, IN
1967 USC 86 Oregon 40 Clarence F. Robison Track Provo, UT
1968 USC 58 Washington State 57 Edwards Stadium Berkeley, CA
1969 San Jose State 48 Kansas 45 LaPorte Stadium Knoxville, TN
1970 BYU
Kansas
Oregon
35 Drake Stadium Des Moines, IA
1971 UCLA 52 USC 41 Husky Stadium Seattle, WA
1972 UCLA 82 USC 49 Hayward Field Eugene, OR
1973 UCLA 52 Oregon 31 Bernie Moore Track Stadium Baton Rouge, LA
1974 Tennessee 60 UCLA 56 Mike A. Myers Stadium Austin, TX
1975 UTEP 55 UCLA 42 Clarence F. Robison Track Provo, UT
1976 USC 64 UTEP 44 Franklin Field Philadelphia, PA
1977 Arizona State 64 UTEP 50 Memorial Stadium Champagne, IL
1978 UCLA
UTEP
35 Hayward Field Eugene, OR
1979 UTEP 64 Villanova 48 Memorial Stadium Champagne, IL
1980 UTEP 69 UCLA 46 Mike A. Myers Stadium Austin, TX
1981 UTEP 70 SMU 57 Bernie Moore Track Stadium Baton Rouge, LA
1982 UTEP 105 Tennessee 94 Clarence F. Robison Track Provo, UT
1983 SMU 104 Tennessee 102 Robertson Stadium Houston, TX
1984 Oregon 113 Washington State 9412 Hayward Field Eugene, OR
1985 Arkansas 61 Washington State 46 Mike A. Myers Stadium Austin, TX
1986 SMU 53 Washington State 52 IU Michael A. Carroll Track & Soccer Stadium Indianapolis, IN
1987 UCLA 81 Texas 28 Bernie Moore Track Stadium Baton Rouge, LA
1988 UCLA 82 Texas 41 Hayward Field Eugene, OR
1989 LSU 53 Texas A&M 51 Clarence F. Robison Track Provo, UT
1990 LSU 44 Arkansas 36 Wallace Wade Stadium Durham, NC
1991 Tennessee 51 Washington State 42 Hayward Field Eugene, OR
1992 Arkansas 60 Tennessee 4612 Mike A. Myers Stadium Austin, TX
1993 Arkansas 69 LSU
Ohio State
45 Tad Gormley Stadium New Orleans, LA
1994 Arkansas 83 UTEP 45 Bronco Stadium Boise, ID
1995 Arkansas 6112 UCLA 55 LaPorte Stadium Knoxville, TN
1996 Arkansas 55 George Mason 40 Hayward Field Eugene, OR
1997 Arkansas 55 Texas 4212 Billy Hayes Track Bloomington, IN
1998 Arkansas 82 Stanford 41 University at Buffalo Stadium Buffalo, NY
1999 Arkansas 59 Stanford 52 Bronco Stadium Boise, ID
2000 Stanford 72 Arkansas 59 Wallace Wade Stadium Durham, NC
2001 Tennessee 50 TCU 49 Hayward Field Eugene, OR
2002 LSU 64 Tennessee 57 Bernie Moore Track Stadium Baton Rouge, LA
2003 Arkansas 59 Auburn 50 Hornet Stadium Sacramento, CA
2004 Arkansas2 6512 Florida 49 Mike A. Myers Stadium Austin, TX
2005 Arkansas2 60 Florida 49 Hornet Stadium Sacramento, CA
2006 Florida State 67 LSU 51 Hornet Stadium Sacramento, CA
2007 Florida State3 54 LSU 48 Hornet Stadium Sacramento, CA
2008 Florida State 52 LSU
Auburn
44 Drake Stadium Des Moines, IA
2009 Texas A&M 48 Florida
Florida State
Oregon
46 John McDonnell Field Fayetteville, AR
2010 Texas A&M 55 Florida 54 Hayward Field Eugene, OR
2011 Texas A&M 55 Florida State 54 Drake Stadium Des Moines, IA
2012 Florida 50 LSU 48 Drake Stadium Des Moines, IA
2013 Florida
Texas A&M
53 Arkansas 4612 Hayward Field Eugene, OR
2014 Oregon 88 Florida 70 Hayward Field Eugene, OR
  1. ^ The 1925, 1926, and 1927 championships were all awarded unofficially.
  2. ^ 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.[2][3]
  3. ^ Florida State was forced to vacate the 2007 NCAA title due to academic violations by one of its athletes.[4][5][6]

Titles[edit]

Team titles[edit]

Titles Institution
26 USC
12 Arkansas
8 UCLA
6 Oregon
6 UTEP
5 Illinois
4 LSU
4 Stanford
4 Texas A&M
3 Kansas
3 Tennessee
2 Florida
2 Florida State
2 SMU

Individual titles[edit]

Titles Institution
111 USC
61 UCLA
60 Oregon
48 Arkansas
46 LSU
44 Stanford, UTEP
43 Ohio State
42 Illinois
41 Texas
38 Washington State
34 Villanova
33 Michigan
32 Kansas, Tennessee
30 BYU
29 California

Championships records[edit]

Event records[edit]

Event Record Athlete University Date Place Ref
Track events, yards
100 yard dash 9.1 Charlie Greene Nebraska 15 June 1967 Provo, Utah
220 yard dash – Straightaway 20.4 Ralph Metcalfe
Mel Patton
Marquette
USC
June 1933
June 1949
Chicago, Illinois
Los Angeles, California
220 yard dash – One turn 20.2 Tommie Smith
John Carlos
San Jose State
San Jose State
15 June 1967
21 June 1967
Provo, Utah
440 yard dash – Two turns 44.7 Curtis Mills Texas A&M 21 June 1969 Knoxville, Tennessee
880 yard run 1:45.9 Jamaica Byron Dyce New York 21 June 1969 Knoxville, Tennessee
Mile 3:57.1 Dave Wottle Bowling Green 9 June 1973 Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Two-mile run 8:46.3 Alex Henderson Arizona State June 1958 Berkeley, California
Three-mile run 13:05.3 Steve Prefontaine Oregon 9 June 1973 Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Six-mile run 27:43.1 Garry Bjorklund Minnesota 18 June 1971 Seattle, Washington
120 yard hurdles 13.1 Rod Milburn Southern 8 June 1973 Baton Rouge, Louisiana
220 yard hurdles – Straightaway 22.2 Ancel Robinson Fresno State June 1957 Austin, Texas
220 yard hurdles – One turn 22.7 Charlie Tidwell Kansas June 1968 Berkeley, California
440 yard hurdles 48.8 Ralph Mann BYU 20 June 1970 Des Moines, Iowa
440 yard relay 38.6 Earl McCullouch
Fred Kuller
O.J. Simpson
Jamaica Lennox Miller
USC 17 June 1967 Provo, Utah
Mile relay 3:03.06 Aubrey Jones
Fonnie Kemp
Dannie Carter
Don Bly
Oklahoma 2 June 1984 Eugene, Oregon
Track events, meters
100 m 9.89 Zimbabwe Ngonidzashe Makusha Florida State 10 June 2011
200 m – Straightaway 20.3 Ralph Metcalfe Marquette 1932
200 m 19.87 Lorenzo Daniel
John Capel
Mississippi State
Florida
6 June 1988
5 June 1999
400 m 44.00 Quincy Watts USC 6 June 1992
800 m 1:44.70 Mark Everett Florida 1 June 1990
1500 m 3:35.30 South Africa Sydney Maree Villanova 6 June 1981
5000 m 13:18.36 Kenya Lawi Lalang Arizona 13 June 2014 Eugene, Oregon [7]
10000 m 28:01.30 Tanzania Suleiman Nyambui UTEP 1 June 1979
110 m hurdles 13.16 (+1.3 m/s) Devon Allen Oregon 14 June 2014 Eugene, Oregon [8]
400 m hurdles 47.56 Kerron Clement Florida 11 June 2005 Sacramento, California
3000 m steeplechase 8:12.39 Kenya Henry Rono Washington State 1 June 1978
4×100 m relay 38.04 Bryan Howard
Jarmiene Holloway
Syan Williams
Percy Spencer
TCU 5 June 1998
4×400 m relay 2:59.59 Reginald Dardar
Bennie Brazell
Xavier Carter
Kelly Willie
LSU 28 May 2005
Field events
High jump 2.38 m (7-9¾) Hollis Conway Louisiana–Lafayette 3 June 1989
Pole vault 5.82 m (19-1) Lawrence Johnson Tennessee 29 May 1996
Long jump 8.53 m (28-0) Erick Walder Arkansas 3 June 1993
Triple jump 17.57 m (57-7¾) United Kingdom Keith Connor SMU 5 June 1982
Shot put 22.00 m (72-2¼) John Godina UCLA 3 June 1995
Discus throw 67.06 m (220-0) Kamy Keshmiri Nevada 5 June 1992
Hammer throw 80.86 m (265-3) Hungary Balázs Kiss USC 31 May 1996
Javelin throw 89.98 m (295-2) Iceland Einar Vilhjalmsson Texas 2 June 1983
Javelin throw – New javelin 81.86 m (268-7) Finland Esko Mikkola Arizona 3 June 1998
Decathlon 8279 pts Argentina Tito Steiner BYU 2–3 June 1981
Decathlon – New javelin 8457 pts Ashton Eaton Oregon 10–11 June 2010

Career Records[edit]

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