NCAA Men's Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships

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NCAA Men's Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships
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Sport College indoor track and field
Founded 1985
Most recent champion(s) Wisconsin–Eau Claire (1)
TV partner(s) ESPNU
Official website NCAA.com

The NCAA Men's Division III Indoor Track and Field Championship is an annual collegiate indoor 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.[1]

Events[edit]

Track events[edit]

Field events[edit]

Discontinued events[edit]

Results[edit]

NCAA Men's Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships
Year Site
(Host)
Championship Results
Winner Points Runners-Up Points
1985
Details
Lewiston, ME
(Bates)
St. Thomas (MN) 38 Lincoln (PA) 34
1986
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St. Paul, MN
(Saint Thomas)
Frostburg State 38 Mount Union 34
1987
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Chicago, IL
(Chicago)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 44½ St. Lawrence 43
1988
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Northampton, MA
(Smith)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 36 St. Lawrence 30
1989
Details
Lewiston, ME
(Bates)
North Central (IL) 66½ Lincoln (PA) 38
1990
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Northampton, MA
(Smith)
Lincoln (PA) 36 MIT 30½
1991
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Middletown, CT
(Wesleyan)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 58 Lincoln (PA) 47½
1992
Details
Stevens Point, WI
(UW–Stevens Point)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 57 Lincoln (PA) 49
1993
Details
Lewiston, ME
(Bates)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 70 Lincoln (PA) 48
1994
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Oshkosh, WI
(UW–Oshkosh)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 50 Nebraska Wesleyan 42
1995
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Ada, OH
(Ohio Northern)
Lincoln (PA) 56 Albany 32
1996
Details
Northampton, MA
(Smith)
Lincoln (PA) 58 Mount Union 42
1997
Details
Oshkosh, WI
(UW–Oshkosh)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 44 Lincoln (PA) 41
1998
Details
Waltham, MA
(Brandeis)
Lincoln (PA) 53 Mount Union 48
1999
Details
Ada, OH
(Ohio Northern)
Lincoln (PA) 60 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 37
2000
Details
Bloomington, IL
(Illinois Wesleyan)
Lincoln (PA) 59 North Central (IL) 40
2001
Details
Oshkosh, WI
(UW–Oshkosh)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 58 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 44
2002
Details
Ada, OH
(Ohio Northern)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 54 Lincoln (PA) 48
2003
Details
Greencastle, IN
(DePauw)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 71 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 34
2004
Details
Whitewater, WI
(UW–Whitewater)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 70 Lincoln (PA)
Wisconsin–Whitewater
29
2005
Details
Bloomington, IL
(Illinois Wesleyan)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 53 Lincoln (PA) 38
2006
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Northfield, MN
(St. Olaf)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 78 Lincoln (PA) 31
2007
Details
Terre Haute, IN
(Rose–Hulman)
Lincoln (PA) 59 Wisconsin–La Crosse 48
2008
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Ada, OH
(Ohio Northern)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 43 Monmouth (IL) 33
2009
Details
Terre Haute, IN
(Rose–Hulman)
Wisconsin–La Crosse
Wisconsin–Oshkosh
32 Whitworth 24
2010
Details
Greencastle, IN
(DePauw)
North Central (IL) 52⅓ Wisconsin–Stevens Point 34
2011
Details
Bexley, OH
(Capital)
North Central (IL) 45 Central (IA) 44
2012
Details
Grinnell, IA
(Grinnell)
North Central (IL) 48 Wisconsin–Eau Claire 37
2013
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Central)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 74 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 40
2014
Details
Lincoln, NE Wisconsin–La Crosse 63½ Wisconsin–Eau Claire 48
2015
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Winston-Salem, NC
(Roanoke)
2016
Details
Grinnell, IA
(Grinnell)
2017
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Centra])
2018
Details
Birmingham, AL
(Birmingham–Southern)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Division III Men's Indoor Track and Field Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved January 18, 2016. 

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