NCAA Men's Division I Swimming and Diving Championships

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NCAA Men's Division I Swimming and Diving Championships
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Founded 1924
Number of teams 42
Current champions California (5)
Most successful club(s) Michigan (12)
Television broadcasters ESPNU
Website NCAA.com

The NCAA Men's Division I Swimming and Diving Championships are annual college championship events in the USA.

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.

Events[edit]

Individual swimming events[edit]

  • Freestyle events
    • 50-yard Freestyle
    • 100-yard Freestyle
    • 200-yard Freestyle
    • 500-yard Freestyle
    • 1,650-yard Freestyle
  • Backstroke events
    • 100-yard Backstroke
    • 200-yard Backstroke
  • Breaststroke events
    • 100-yard Breaststroke
    • 200-yard Breaststroke
  • Butterfly events
    • 100-yard Butterfly
    • 200-yard Butterfly
  • Medley events
    • 200-yard individual medley
    • 400-yard individual medley

Relay swimming events[edit]

  • Freestyle relay events
    • 200-yard freestyle relay
    • 400-yard freestyle relay
    • 800-yard freestyle relay
  • Medley relay events
    • 200-yard medley relay
    • 400-yard medley relay

Diving events[edit]

  • Diving events
    • One-meter diving
    • Three-meter diving
    • Platform diving

Champions[edit]

  • From inception in 1924 through 1936,[1] three schools won unofficial national team championships, which were proclaimed in the newspapers of the time.[2] [3]
Year Team Champion Score Team Runner-Up Score Location Venue
1924 Northwestern Maryland Annapolis, Maryland
1925 Navy Illinois Evanston, Illinois
1926[4] Navy Maryland Annapolis, Maryland
1927[5] Michigan Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Field House Pool
1928 Michigan Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1929 Northwestern Missouri Washington, Missouri
1930[6] Northwestern Massachusetts Cambridge, Massachusetts
1931 Michigan Illinois Evanston, Illinois
1932 Michigan Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan
1933[7][8] Northwestern Connecticut New Haven, Connecticut
1934 Michigan Ohio Columbus, Ohio
1935 Michigan Massachusetts Cambridge, Massachusetts
1936 Michigan Connecticut New Haven, Connecticut
1937 Michigan 75 Ohio State 39 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota
1938 Michigan 46 Ohio State 45 New Jersey New Brunswick, New Jersey
1939 Michigan 65 Ohio State 58 Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan
1940 Michigan 45 Yale 42 Connecticut New Haven, Connecticut
1941 Michigan 61 Yale 58 Michigan East Lansing, Michigan
1942 Yale 71 Michigan 39 Massachusetts Cambridge, Massachusetts
1943 Ohio State 81 Michigan 47 Ohio Columbus, Ohio
1944 Yale 39 Michigan 38 Connecticut New Haven, Connecticut
1945 Ohio State 56 Michigan 48 Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan
1946 Ohio State 61 Michigan 37 Connecticut New Haven, Connecticut
1947 Ohio State 66 Michigan 39 Washington (state) Seattle, Washington
1948 Michigan 44 Ohio State 41 Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan
1949 Ohio State 49 Iowa 35 North Carolina Chapel Hill, North Carolina Bowman Gray Pool
1950 Ohio State 64 Yale 43 Ohio Columbus, Ohio
1951 Yale 81 Michigan State 60 Texas Austin, Texas
1952 Ohio State 94 Yale 81 New Jersey Princeton, New Jersey
1953 Yale 96½ Ohio State 73½ Ohio Columbus, Ohio
1954 Ohio State 94 Michigan 67 New York Syracuse, New York
1955 Ohio State 90 Michigan
Yale
51 Ohio Oxford, Ohio
1956 Ohio State 68 Yale 54 Connecticut New Haven, Connecticut
1957 Michigan 69 Yale 61 North Carolina Chapel Hill, North Carolina Bowman Gray Pool
1958 Michigan 72 Yale 63 Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan
1959 Michigan 137½ Ohio State 44 New York Ithaca, New York
1960 USC 87 Michigan 73 Texas University Park, Texas
1961 Michigan 85 USC 62 Washington (state) Seattle, Washington
1962 Ohio State 92 USC 46 Ohio Columbus, Ohio
1963 USC 81 Yale 77 North Carolina Raleigh, North Carolina Willis Casey Natatorium
1964 USC 96 Indiana 91 Connecticut New Haven, Connecticut
1965 USC 285 Indiana 278½ Iowa Ames, Iowa Beyer Hall Pool
1966 USC 302 Indiana 286 Colorado Colorado Springs, Colorado
1967 Stanford 275 USC 260 Michigan East Lansing, Michigan
1968 Indiana 346 Yale 253 New Hampshire Hanover, New Hampshire
1969 Indiana 427 USC 306 Indiana Bloomington, Indiana
1970 Indiana 332 USC 235 Utah Salt Lake City, Utah
1971 Indiana 351 USC 260 Iowa Ames, Iowa Beyer Hall Pool
1972 Indiana 390 USC 371 New York West Point, New York Crandall Pool
1973 Indiana 358 Tennessee 294 Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee UT Student Aquatic Center
1974 USC 339 Indiana 338 California Long Beach, California Belmont Plaza Pool
1975 USC 344 Indiana 274 Ohio Cleveland, Ohio CSU Natatorium
1976 USC 398 Tennessee 237 Rhode Island Providence, Rhode Island Smith Swimming Center
1977 USC 385 Alabama 204 Ohio Cleveland, Ohio CSU Natatorium
1978 Tennessee 307 Auburn 185 California Long Beach, California Belmont Plaza Pool
1979 California 287 USC 227 Ohio Cleveland, Ohio CSU Natatorium
1980 California 234 Texas 220 Massachusetts Cambridge, Massachusetts Blodgett Pool
1981 Texas 259 UCLA 189 Texas Austin, Texas Texas Swimming Center
1982 UCLA 219 Texas 210 Wisconsin Brown Deer, Wisconsin Schroeder Swimming Center
1983 Florida 238 SMU 227 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
1984 Florida 287½ Texas 277 Ohio Cleveland, Ohio CSU Natatorium
1985 Stanford 403½ Florida 329 Texas Austin, Texas Texas Swimming Center
1986 Stanford 404 California 335 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
1987 Stanford 374 USC 296 Texas Austin, Texas Texas Swimming Center
1988 Texas 424 USC 369½ Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
1989 Texas 475 Stanford 396 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
1990 Texas 506 USC 423 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
1991 Texas 476 Stanford 420 Texas Austin, Texas Texas Swimming Center
1992 Stanford 632 Texas 356 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
1993 Stanford 520½ Michigan 396 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
1994 Stanford 566½ Texas 445 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University Aquatic Center
1995 Michigan 561 Stanford 475 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
1996 Texas 479 Auburn 443½ Texas Austin, Texas Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center
1997 Auburn 496½ Stanford 340 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University Aquatic Center
1998 Stanford 599 Auburn 394½ Alabama Auburn, Alabama James E. Martin Aquatics Center
1999 Auburn 467½ Stanford 414½ Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
2000 Texas 538 Auburn 385 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University Aquatic Center
2001 Texas 597½ Stanford 457½ Texas College Station, Texas Student Recreation Center Natatorium
2002 Texas 512 Stanford 501 Georgia (U.S. state) Athens, Georgia Gabrielsen Natatorium
2003 Auburn 609½ Texas 413 Texas Austin, Texas Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center
2004 Auburn 634 Stanford 377½ New York East Meadow, New York Nassau County Aquatic Center
2005 Auburn 491 Stanford 414 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University Aquatic Center
2006 Auburn 480½ Arizona 440½ Georgia (U.S. state) Atlanta, Georgia Georgia Tech Campus Recreation Center
2007 Auburn 566 Stanford 397 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University Aquatic Center
2008 Arizona 500½ Texas 406 Washington (state) Federal Way, Washington Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center
2009 Auburn 526 Texas 487 Texas College Station, Texas Student Recreation Center Natatorium
2010 Texas 500 California 469½ Ohio Columbus, Ohio McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion
2011 California 493 Texas 470½ Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota University of Minnesota Aquatic Center
2012 California 535½ Texas 491 Washington (state) Federal Way, Washington Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center
2013 Michigan 480 California 406½ Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
2014 California 468½ Texas 417½ Texas Austin, Texas Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center
  • † First team championship sponsored by the NCAA.

NCAA team titles[edit]

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

Championship records[edit]

Event Time Name Club Date Location Ref
50y freestyle  18.47  r
Cielo , Cesar Cesar Cielo Auburn March 27, 2008 Federal Way, Washington (state) [9]
100y freestyle  40.76  Morozov , Vlad Vlad Morozov Southern Cal March 30, 2013 Indianapolis, Indiana [10]
200y freestyle  1:31.20  Burnett , Simon Simon Burnett Arizona March 24, 2006 Atlanta, Georgia (U.S. state)
500y freestyle  4:08.60  Vanderkaay , Peter Peter Vanderkaay Michigan March 23, 2006 Atlanta, Georgia (U.S. state)
1650y freestyle  14:24.08  Grodzki , Martin Martin Grodzki Georgia March 24, 2012 Federal Way, Washington (state) [11]
100y backstroke  44.60  Lochte , Ryan Ryan Lochte Florida March 24, 2006 Atlanta, Georgia (U.S. state)
200y backstroke  1:37.35  Murphy , Ryan Ryan Murphy California March 29, 2014 Austin, Texas [12]
100y breaststroke  50.04  Cordes , Kevin Kevin Cordes Arizona March 28, 2014 Austin, Texas [13]
200y breaststroke  1:48.66  Cordes , Kevin Kevin Cordes Arizona March 29, 2014 Austin, Texas [14]
100y butterfly  44.18  Stabb , Austin Austin Stabb Stanford March 27, 2009 College Station, Texas
200y butterfly  1:39.33  Bosch , Dylan Dylan Bosch Michigan March 29, 2014 Austin, Texas [15]
200y I.M.  1:40.49  Ally , Bradley Bradley Ally Florida March 26, 2009 College Station, Texas
400y I.M.  3:34.50  Kalisz , Chase Chase Kalisz Georgia March 28, 2014 Austin, Texas [16]
200y freestyle relay  1:14.08 
 (18.89)
Jakob Andkjær
 (18.33)
Gideon Louw
 (18.67)
Kohlton Norys
 (18.19)
Matt Targett
Auburn March 26, 2009 Texas College Station, Texas
400y freestyle relay  2:46.56  Jakob Andkjær
Cesar Cielo
Matt Targett
Bryan Lundquist
Auburn March 17, 2007 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota
800y freestyle relay  6:10.16  David Walters
Ricky Berens
Scott Jostes
Michael Klueh
Texas March 27, 2009 Texas College Station, Texas
200y medley relay  1:22.27 
 (20.83)
Miguel Ortiz
 (23.07)
Bruno Ortiz
 (19.92)
Sean Fletcher
 (18.45)
Zack Turk
Michigan March 29, 2013 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana [17]
400y medley relay  3:01.39  P Wollach
A Klein
Tyler McGill
Matt Targett
Auburn March 26, 2009 Texas College Station, Texas
1m Springboard  473.75  Ipsen , Kristian Kristian Ipsen Stanford March 28, 2013 Indianapolis, Indiana
3m Springboard  494.90  Boudia , David David Boudia Purdue March 28, 2010 Columbus, Ohio
Platform  548.90  McCrory , Nick Nick McCrory Duke March 26, 2011 Minneapolis, Minnesota
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by NCAA;
Records not set in finals: h – heat; sf – semifinal; r – relay 1st leg; rh – relay heat 1st leg; b – B final; – en route to final mark; tt – time trial

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Division I Men's Swimming and Diving History". Retrieved 2010-05-03. 
  2. ^ "College Swim Title Is Won by Michigan, Chicago Daily Tribune, Mar 29, 1931, p. A1". Chicago Daily Tribune. 1931-03-29. Retrieved 2010-05-03. 
  3. ^ http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/swimming_champs_records/2012-13/2012md1_swim.pdf
  4. ^ "Navy took honors in several sports, but bowed to Army in four of their five clashes – boxers had a fine year. New York Times, July 11, 1926". The New York Times. 1926-07-11. Retrieved 2010-05-03. 
  5. ^ "University of Michigan Athletics National Championships". Retrieved 2010-05-03. 
  6. ^ "Northwestern Wins National Tank Laurels, Michigan Second--Kojac's Great Work Gives Rutgers Third Place, The Hartford Courant, Mar 30, 1930., p. C1". The Hartford Courant. 1930-03-30. Retrieved 2010-05-03. 
  7. ^ Daley, Arthur J. (1933-03-27). "Western Swimmers and Wrestlers Dominated N.C.A.A. Title Meets; Captured All Eight Mat Crowns and Took Five of Nine Tank Championships -- Wiget, Stanford, Only Double Winner in New Haven Pool -- Thompson, Navy, Ended Brilliant Season, New York Times, March 27, 1933". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-05-04. 
  8. ^ "Michigan Men's Swimming and Diving Year-by-Year Results". Retrieved 2010-05-04. 
  9. ^ "Cielo Breaks 50 Free Record, Auburn In Fourth After First Day Of NCAA Championships". www.m.auburntigers.com. March 27, 2008. Retrieved June 5, 2014. 
  10. ^ "Sizzling Siberian Vlad Morozov Sweeps Sprint Frees With NCAA Mark". Swimming World Magazine. 30 March 2013. Retrieved 1 April 2013. 
  11. ^ "NCAA Division I Men's Swimming and Diving Championships: Georgia's Martin Grodzki, Stanford's Chad La Tourette Better NCAA Record; La Tourette Gets American Mark". Swimming World Magazine. 24 March 2012. Retrieved 25 March 2012. 
  12. ^ "California's Ryan Murphy Sweeps Backstrokes With 200 Back NCAA Record". Swimming World Magazine. March 29, 2014. Retrieved March 30, 2014. 
  13. ^ "Kevin Cordes Scares 50-Point Barrier With Scorching 100 Breast American, NCAA Record". Swimming World Magazine. March 28, 2014. Retrieved March 29, 2014. 
  14. ^ "Arizona's Kevin Cordes Clips American Record in 200 Breast". Swimming World Magazine. March 29, 2014. Retrieved March 30, 2014. 
  15. ^ "Michigan's Dylan Bosch Breaks Michael Phelps/Tom Shields Shared U.S. Open Record in 200 Fly". Swimming World Magazine. March 29, 2014. Retrieved March 30, 2014. 
  16. ^ "Chase Kalisz Destroys NCAA, American Record in 400 IM". Swimming World Magazine. March 28, 2014. Retrieved March 30, 2014. 
  17. ^ "Michigan Wins First Ever 200 Medley Relay Title With NCAA Record; Cal Takes American Mark". Swimming World Magazine. 29 March 2013. Retrieved 1 April 2013. 

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