NCAA General Championship
The National Collegiate Athletic Association General Championship is awarded to the school with the most points garnered in an academic year in the NCAA. It is split into the Juniors' division (for male high school students) and to the Seniors' division (for college students).
The champion school in a given sport receives 30 points, with the runner-up receiving 20, and the last place receiving one point. All of the points from the different sports are then tabulated, and the school with the most points is the General Champion. Only sports that are official are included (cheerleading is excluded).
The awarded school is judged as the best athletic program in the NCAA for the given academic year.
NCAA General Champions
|Denotes school won both juniors' and seniors' championship in the same year.|
The NCAA was founded by Ateneo, La Salle, FEU, NU, San Beda, UM, UP and UST in 1924. Only in 1960 the NCAA started the general championship race during the time of Ateneo, Letran, La Salle, JRC, Mapua and San Beda also known as the old-timer six.
|1960–61||Mapua Institute of Technology||Colegio de San Juan de Letran|
|1964–65||Mapua Institute of Technology||Mapua Institute of Technology||De La Salle College|
|1965–66||De La Salle College||Mapua Institute of Technology||Ateneo de Manila University|
|1966–67||De La Salle College||Mapua Institute of Technology||Colegio de San Juan de Letran|
|1967–68||Ateneo de Manila University||Mapua Institute of Technology||Jose Rizal College|
|1968–69||Mapua Institute of Technology||Ateneo de Manila University||Mapua Institute of Technology|
San Sebastian was added. Trinity was also added as a full member in 1974; it left the league in 1986.
Ateneo left in 1978 followed by La Salle in 1980.
|1978–79||La Salle Greenhills||Mapua Institute of Technology||Jose Rizal College|
|1979–80||La Salle Greenhills||Colegio de San Juan de Letran||Mapua Institute of Technology|
|1980–81||La Salle Greenhills|| De La Salle University
Mapua Institute of Technology
|San Beda College|
|1982–83||San Beda College||Mapua Institute of Technology||Trinity College of Quezon City|
|1983–84||Colegio de San Juan de Letran||Mapua Institute of Technology||Colegio de San Juan de Letran|
Perpetual Help College of Rizal was added in 1984, the same year San Beda left which rejoined in 1986.
In 1996, PCU became a member and followed by CSB in 1998. PCU was suspended in 2007 and had an indefinite leave in 2009.
NOTE *In the 2005-06 season, San Sebastian College - Recoletos had more championships (4) than La Salle Green Hills (3), San Sebastian won the General Championship, despite being tied for first place.
In 2009, AUF, Arellano and EAC were added as guest members. Only Arellano and EAC were accepted as probationary members. Lyceum was added as a guest member in 2011. In 2013, Arellano was granted full membership, followed by EAC and Lyceum in 2015.
Number of General Championships per School
The school left the league
|Mapua Institute of Technology||8||21||29|
|San Beda College||13||5||18|
|Colegio de San Juan de Letran||8||9||17|
|La Salle Greenhills||12||0||12|
|San Sebastian College-Recoletos||6||4||10|
|De La Salle University||2||5||7|
|Ateneo de Manila University||2||1||3|
|De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde||0||5||5|
|University of Perpetual Help System DALTA||0||2||2|
|Philippine Christian University||0||2||2|
- LSGH, an NCAA juniors team, won eight (8) general championships as the DLSU juniors team and four (4) as the DLS-CSB juniors team.
Total NCAA Championships per school
Demonstration sports are not included.
The school left the league
|School||Athletics||Basketball||Beach Volleyball||Chess||Football||Lawn Tennis||Softball||Swimming||Table Tennis||Taekwondo||Volleyball||Total|
|Mapua Institute of Technology||38||23||0||17||19||35||12||62||5||0||11||222|
|San Beda College||9||42||0||7||37||30||5||48||17||10||4||207|
|Colegio de San Juan de Letran||12||26||4||15||12||13||1||4||27||9||26||149|
|San Sebastian College-Recoletos||14||17||4||18||0||10||2||2||9||0||45||121|
|De La Salle University||14||10||0||0||37||15||10||4||0||0||5||97|
|La Salle Greenhills||7||0||0||4||18||5||6||14||1||9||3||67|
|Ateneo de Manila University||19||25||0||0||8||0||3||0||0||0||0||55|
|University of Perpetual Help System DALTA||3||0||5||0||2||3||0||4||3||0||14||34|
|De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde||0||1||6||4||1||1||0||2||9||4||0||28|
|Jose Rizal University||4||11||0||0||0||12||0||0||0||0||0||27|
|Philippine Christian University||3||1||3||2||3||0||0||3||3||0||4||22|
|University of the Philippines||6||7||0||0||0||1||0||3||0||0||0||17|
|University of Santo Tomas||0||2||0||0||4||4||0||0||1||0||0||11|
|Trinity College of Quezon City||1||1||0||1||0||1||0||0||0||0||2||6|
|Emilio Aguinaldo College||0||0||1||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||1|
|Saint Vincent de Paul||0||0||0||0||1||0||0||0||0||0||0||1|
- LSGH, a juniors team, has been playing in the NCAA as a junior to both DLSU and DLS-CSB, but has never been directly under either institution.