NCAA Men's Gymnastics Championships

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NCAA Men's Gymnastics Championship
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Founded 1938
Number of teams 16
Current champions Michigan (5)
Most successful team(s) Penn State (12)
Website NCAA.com

This is a list of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Men's Gymnastics champions, by division and year. All schools currently compete in one division, because only 16 schools sponsor men's gymnastics teams.[1] Only one of the 16 teams is not in Division I: Springfield College (Division III).[1]

Regions[edit]

A map of NCAA teams for men's gymnastics. In red is the East region, in blue, the west.

The 17 teams are divided into two regions.[1]

The East Region has twelve teams: Illinois (Big Ten), Illinois-Chicago (Eastern Intercollegiate Gymnastics League),[2] Iowa (Big Ten), Michigan (Big Ten), Minnesota-Twin Cities (Big Ten), Ohio State (Big Ten), Penn State (Big Ten), Springfield (EIGL), U.S. Military Academy (EIGL), U.S. Naval Academy (EIGL), and William and Mary (EIGL).

The West Region has five teams: California, Berkeley (Mountain Pacific Sports Federation), Nebraska-Lincoln (Big Ten), Oklahoma (MPSF), Stanford (MPSF), and U.S. Air Force Academy (MPSF).

Events[edit]

Individual events[edit]

  • All-around
  • Floor exercise
  • Pommel horse (side horse)
  • Rings (still)
  • Vault (long horse)
  • Parallel bars
  • Horizontal bars (high bar)

Discontinued events[edit]

  • Trampoline (rebound tumbling)
  • Tumbling
  • Rope climb
  • Flying rings

Champions[edit]

NCAA Men's Gymnastics Championships[3]
Year Site Venue Team Championship All-Around Champion
Winner Points Runner-up Points Winner Score
1938 Chicago, IL Henry Crown Field House Chicago 22 Illinois 18 Joe Giallombardo
(Illinois)
2509
1939 Illinois 21 Army 17 Joe Giallombardo
(Illinois)
1940 Illinois (2) 20 Navy
Temple
17 Joe Giallombardo
(Illinois)
Paul Fina
(Illinois)
2331
1941 Illinois (3) 68.5 Minnesota 52.5 Courtney Shanken
(Chicago)
2832.50
1942 Annapolis, MD Dahlgren Hall Illinois (4) 39 Penn State 30 Newton Loken
(Minnesota)
1233.80
1943 Not held due to World War II
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948 Chicago, IL Henry Crown Field House Penn State 55 Temple 25 Ray Sorenson
(Penn State)
1949 Berkeley, CA Men's Gym Temple 28 Minnesota 18 Joe Kotys
(Kent State)
1950 West Point, NY Gillis Field House Illinois (5) 26 Temple 25 Joe Kotys
(Kent State)
1951 Ann Arbor, MI Yost Field House Florida State 26 Illinois
USC
23.5 Bill Roetzheim
(Florida State)
1605
1952 Boulder, CO Balch Fieldhouse Florida State (2) 89.5 USC 75 Jack Beckner
(USC)
1486
1953 Syracuse, NY Archbold Gymnasium Penn State (2) 91.5 Illinois 68 Jean Cronstedt
(Penn State)
1275
1954 Champaign, IL Huff Hall Penn State (3) 137 Illinois 68 Jean Cronstedt
(Penn State)
1557
1955 Los Angeles, CA Men's Gym Illinois (6) 82 Penn State 69 Karl Schwenzfeier
(Penn State)
1620
1956 Chapel Hill, NC Woollen Gymnasium Illinois (7) 123.5 Penn State 67.5 Don Tonry
(Illinois)
1493
1957 Annapolis, MD Halsey Field House Penn State (4) 88.5 Illinois 80 Armando Vega
(Penn State)
1601
1958 East Lansing, MI Jenison Fieldhouse Illinois (8)
Michigan State
79 Penn State 72.5 Abie Grossfeld
(Illinois)
511
1959 Berkeley, CA Haas Pavilion Penn State (5) 152 Illinois 87.5 Armando Vega
(Penn State)
551.25
1960 State College, PA Recreation Building Penn State (6) 112.5 USC 66.5 Jay Werner
(Penn State)
547.25
1961 Champaign, IL Huff Hall Penn State (7) 88.5 Southern Illinois 80.5 Gregor Weiss
(Penn State)
54.525
1962 Albuquerque, NM Johnson Gymnasium USC 95.5 Southern Illinois 75 Robert Lynn
(USC)
54.775
1963 Pittsburgh, PA Fitzgerald Field House Michigan 129 Southern Illinois 73 Gil Larose
(Michigan)
55.90
1964 Los Angeles, CA Southern Illinois 84.5 USC 69.5 Ron Barak
(USC)
54.85
1965 Carbondale, IL SIU Arena Penn State (8) 68.5 Washington 51.5 Mike Jacobson
(Penn State)
54.75
1966 State College, PA Recreation Building Southern Illinois (2) 187.200 California 185.100 Steve Cohen
(Penn State)
55.75
1967 Carbondale, IL SIU Arena Southern Illinois (3) 189.550 Michigan 187.400 Steve Cohen
(Penn State)
55.75
1968 Tucson, AZ Men's Gymnasium California 188.250 Southern Illinois 188.150 Makoto Sakamoto
(USC)
110.45
1969 Seattle, WA Hec Edmundson Pavilion Iowa 161.175 Penn State 160.450 Mauno Nissinen
(Washington)
108.200
1970 Philadelphia, PA McGonigle Hall Michigan (2) 164.150 Iowa State 164.050 Yoshi Hayasaki
(Washington)
108.25
1971 Ann Arbor, MI Yost Field House Iowa State 319.075 Southern Illinois 316.650 Yoshi Hayasaki
(Washington)
107.9
1972 Ames, IA Hilton Coliseum Southern Illinois (4) 315.925 Iowa State 312.325 Steve Hug
(Stanford)
107.75
1973 Eugene, OR McArthur Court Iowa State (2) 325.150 Penn State 323.025 Steve Hug
(Stanford)
Marshall Avener
(Penn State)
110.05
1974 State College, PA Recreation Building Iowa State (3) 328.675 Arizona State 324.900 Steve Hug
(Stanford)
108.95
1975 Terre Haute, IN Hulman Center California (2) 437.325 LSU 433.700 Wayne Young
(BYU)
109.65
1976 Philadelphia, PA McGonigle Hall Penn State (9) 432.075 LSU 425.125 Peter Kormann
(So. Conn. St.)
108.95
1977 Tempe, AZ ASU Activity Center Indiana State
Oklahoma
434.475 So. Connecticut St. 425.125 Kurt Thomas
(Indiana State)
111.15
1978 Eugene, OR McArthur Court Oklahoma (2) 439.350 Arizona State 437.075 Bart Conner
(Oklahoma)
112.65
1979 Baton Rouge, LA Pete Maravich Assembly Center Nebraska 448.275 Oklahoma 446.625 Kurt Thomas
(Indiana State)
111.15
1980 Lincoln, NE Bob Devaney Sports Center Nebraska (2) 563.300 Iowa State 557.650 Jim Hartung
(Nebraska)
115.02
1981 Nebraska (3) 284.600 Oklahoma 281.950 Jim Hartung
(Nebraska)
115.90
1982 Nebraska (4) 285.500 UCLA 281.050 Peter Vidmar
(UCLA)
116.30
1983 State College, PA Recreation Building Nebraska (5) 287.800 UCLA 283.900 Peter Vidmar
(UCLA)
116.95
1984 Los Angeles, CA Pauley Pavilion UCLA 287.300 Penn State 281.250 Mitch Gaylord
(UCLA)
116.95
1985 Lincoln, NE Bob Devaney Sports Center Ohio State 285.350 Nebraska 284.550 Wes Suter
(Nebraska)
58.27
1986 Arizona State 283.900 Nebraska 283.600 Jon Louis
(Stanford)
57.60
1987 Los Angeles, CA Pauley Pavilion UCLA (2) 285.300 Nebraska 284.750 Tom Schlesinger
(Nebraska)
113.25
1988 Lincoln, NE Bob Devaney Sports Center Nebraska (6) 288.150 Illinois 287.150 Miguel Rubio
(Houston Baptist)
114.150
1989 Illinois (9) 283.400 Nebraska 282.300 Patrick Kirksey
(Nebraska)
112.600
1990 Minneapolis, MN Sports Pavilion Nebraska (7) 287.400 Minnesota 287.300 Mike Racanelli
(Ohio State)
114.750
1991 State College, PA Recreation Building Oklahoma (3) 288.025 Penn State 285.500 John Roethlisberger
(Minnesota)
115.450
1992 Lincoln, NE Bob Devaney Sports Center Stanford 289.575 Nebraska 288.950 John Roethlisberger
(Minnesota)
116.075
1993 Albuquerque, NM The Pit Stanford (2) 276.500 Nebraska 275.500 John Roethlisberger
(Minnesota)
58.075
1994 Lincoln, NE Bob Devaney Sports Center Nebraska (8) 288.250 Stanford 285.925 Dennis Harrison
(Nebraska)
58.200
1995 Columbus, OH St. John Arena Stanford (3) 232.400 Nebraska 231.525 Richard Grace
(Nebraska)
58.325
1996 Stanford, CA Maples Pavilion Ohio State (2) 232.150 California 231.775 Blaine Wilson
(Ohio State)
58.625
1997 Iowa City, IA Carver–Hawkeye Arena California (3) 233.825 Oklahoma 232.725 Blaine Wilson
(Ohio State)
58.625
1998 State College, PA Bryce Jordan Center California (4) 231.200 Iowa 229.675 Travis Romagnoli
(Illinois)
58.225
1999 Lincoln, NE Bob Devaney Sports Center Michigan (3) 232.500 Ohio State 230.850 Jason Hardabura
(Nebraska)
58.050
2000 Iowa City, IA Carver–Hawkeye Arena Penn State (10) 231.975 Michigan 231.850 Jamie Natalie
(Ohio State)
58.375
2001 Columbus, OH St. John Arena Ohio State (3) 218.125 Oklahoma 217.775 Jamie Natalie
(Ohio State)
55.700
2002 Norman, OK Lloyd Noble Center Oklahoma (4) 219.300 Ohio State 218.650 Raj Bhavsar
(Ohio State)
55.875
2003 Philadelphia, PA Liacouras Center Oklahoma (5) 222.600 Ohio State 220.700 Daniel Furney
(Oklahoma)
56.100
2004 Champaign, IL Assembly Hall Penn State (11) 223.350 Oklahoma 222.300 Luis Vargas
(Penn State)
56.475
2005 West Point, NY Christl Arena Oklahoma (6) 225.675 Ohio State 225.450 Luis Vargas
(Penn State)
57.175
2006 Norman, OK Lloyd Noble Center Oklahoma (7) 221.400 Illinois 220.975 Jonathan Horton
(Oklahoma)
56.000
2007 State College, PA Bryce Jordan Center Penn State (12) 221.000 Oklahoma 220.200 Taqiy Abdullah-Simmons
(Oklahoma)
55.750
2008 Stanford, CA Maples Pavilion Oklahoma (8) 363.200 Stanford 362.750 Casey Sandy
(Penn State)
91.350
2009 Minneapolis, MN Sports Pavilion Stanford (4) 362.800 Michigan 361.500 Steven Legendre
(Oklahoma)
90.500
2010
Details
West Point, NY Christl Arena Michigan (4) 360.500 Stanford 359.800 Chris Cameron
(Michigan)
90.500
2011
Details
Columbus, OH St. John Arena Stanford (5) 363.450 Oklahoma 361.600 Sam Mikulak
(Michigan)
90.750
2012
Details
Norman, OK Lloyd Noble Center Illinois (10) 358.850 Oklahoma 357.450 Jacob Dalton
(Oklahoma)
91.000
2013
Details
State College, PA Bryce Jordan Center Michigan (5) 443.200 Oklahoma 440.100 Sam Mikulak
(Michigan)
91.150
2014
Details
Ann Arbor, MI Crisler Center Michigan (6) 445.050 Oklahoma 441.650 Sam Mikulak
(Michigan)
91.100
2015
Details
Norman, OK Lloyd Noble Center

Team Titles[edit]

Team Record Years won
Penn State 12 1948, 1953, 1954, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1965, 1976, 2000, 2004, 2007
Illinois 10 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1950, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1989, 2012
Nebraska 8 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1988, 1990, 1994
Oklahoma 8 1977, 1978, 1991, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008
Michigan 6 1963, 1970, 1999, 2010, 2013, 2014
Stanford 5 1992, 1993, 1995, 2009, 2011
California 4 1968, 1975, 1997, 1998
Southern Illinois 4 1964, 1966, 1967, 1972
Iowa State 3 1971, 1973, 1974
Ohio State 3 1985, 1996, 2001
Florida State 2 1951, 1952
UCLA 2 1984, 1987
Arizona State 1 1986
USC 1 1962
Indiana State 1 1977
Chicago 1 1938
Temple 1 1949

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c NCAA Sports Sponsorship: Men's Gymnastics - All Divisions. NCAA. Retrieved 2010-02-27.
  2. ^ On the NCAA website, six schools are listed as being members of the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC). They are actually members of the Eastern Intercollegiate Gymnastics League (EIGL), which sponsors men's gymnastics and is an affiliate of the ECAC. Affiliates. Eastern College Athletic Conference. Retrieved 2010-02-27.
  3. ^ "Division I All-Time Championship Records and Results" (pdf). NCAA. 2013. Retrieved 13 January 2015. 

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