NAIA Men's Cross Country Championship

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NAIA Men's Cross Country Championship
NAIA logo.png
Sport Cross country running
Founded 1956
Country  United States
Most recent
champion(s)
Oklahoma City (3)
Official website NAIA.com

The NAIA Men's Cross Country Championship is the annual cross country meet to determine the national champions of NAIA men's cross country running. It has been held annually since 1956. A team and individual championship are contested each year.[1]

The most successful program are Adams State, with 12 national titles.

The current champions are Oklahoma City, who won their third national title in 2015.

Results[edit]

  • 1956 South Dakota State
  • 1957 Howard Payne (Texas)
  • 1958 Emporia State (Kan.)
  • 1959 Emporia State (Kan.)
  • 1960 Southern Illinois
  • 1961 Emporia State (Kan.)
  • 1962 Emporia State (Kan.)
  • 1963 Fort Hays State (Kan.)
  • 1964 Howard Payne (Texas)
  • 1965 Fort Hays State (Kan.)
  • 1966 Eastern Michigan
  • 1967 Eastern Michigan
  • 1968 Fort Hays State (Kan.)
  • 1969 Fort Hays State (Kan.)
  • 1970 Eastern Michigan
  • 1971 Adams State (Colo.)
  • 1972 Malone (Ohio)
  • 1973 Eastern New Mexico
  • 1974 Eastern New Mexico
  • 1975 Edinboro State (Pa.)
  • 1976 Edinboro State (Pa.)
  • 1977 Adams State (Colo.)
  • 1978 Pembroke State (N.C.)
  • 1979 Adams State (Colo.)
  • 1980 Adams State (Colo.)
  • 1981 Adams State (Colo.)
  • 1982 Simon Fraser (B.C.)
  • 1983 Adams State (Colo.)
  • 1984 Adams State (Colo.)
  • 1985 Adams State (Colo.)
  • 1986 Adams State (Colo.)
  • 1987 Adams State (Colo.)
  • 1988 Adams State (Colo.)
  • 1989 Adams State (Colo.)
  • 1990 Lubbock Christian (Texas)
  • 1991 Lubbock Christian (Texas)
  • 1992 Lubbock Christian (Texas)
  • 1993 Lubbock Christian (Texas)
  • 1994 Lubbock Christian (Texas)
  • 1995 Lubbock Christian (Texas)
  • 1996 Lubbock Christian (Texas)
  • 1997 Lubbock Christian (Texas)
  • 1998 Life (Ga.)
  • 1999 Life (Ga.)
  • 2000 Life (Ga.)
  • 2001 Life (Ga.)
  • 2002 Minot State (N.D.)
  • 2003 Minot State (N.D.)
  • 2004 Virginia Intermont
  • 2005 Virginia Intermont
  • 2006 Virginia Intermont
  • 2007 Malone (Ohio)
  • 2008 Malone (Ohio)
  • 2009 Malone (Ohio)
  • 2010 Southern Oregon
  • 2011 Oklahoma Christian
  • 2012 St. Francis (Illinois)
  • 2013 Oklahoma City
  • 2014 Oklahoma City

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NAIA Men's Cross Country Championship Results" (PDF). NAIA. NAIA Honors.com. Retrieved January 22, 2016. 

External links[edit]