NCAA Men's Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships

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NCAA Men's Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships
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Founded 1974
Number of teams 84
Current champions University of Wisconsin-La Crosse (13)
Most successful club(s) Wisconsin–La Crosse (13)
Television broadcasters ESPNU
Website NCAA.com

The NCAA Men's Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championship are the annual collegiate outdoor track and field competitions for men organised by the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Athletes' individual performances earn points for their institution and individual national titles while the team with the most points receives the NCAA team title for outdoor track and field. [1]

Events[edit]

Track events[edit]

Field events[edit]

Discontinued events[edit]

Summary[edit]

NCAA Men's Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships
Year Site
(Host Team)
Championship Results
Winner Points Runners-Up Points
1974
Details
Charleston, IL
(Eastern Illinois)
Ashland 61 Southern–New Orleans 48
1975
Details
Berea, OH
(Baldwin Wallace)
Southern–New Orleans 66 Augustana (IL) 34
1976
Details
Chicago, IL
(Chicago)
Southern–New Orleans 46 Brandeis 44
1977
Details
Grand Rapids, MI
(Calvin)
Southern–New Orleans 50 Occidental 47
1978
Details
Occidental 45 Glassboro State 35
1979
Details
Berea, OH
(Baldwin Wallace)
Slippery Rock 48 Glassboro State 44
1980
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Central)
Glassboro State 61 Stanislaus State 56
1981
Details
Cleveland, OH
(Case)
Glassboro State 58 Augustana (IL) 42
1982
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Central)
Glassboro State 119 Hamline 111½
1983
Details
Glassboro State 97 Hamline 94
1984
Details
Northfield, MN
(Carleton)
Glassboro State 114 Mount Union 100
1985
Details
Granville, OH
(Denison)
Lincoln (PA) 61 Wisconsin–La Crosse 58
1986
Details
La Crosse, WI
(UW–La Crosse)
Frostburg State 61 Lincoln (PA)
Wisconsin–La Crosse
58
1987
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Central)
Frostburg State 66 Lincoln (PA) 56
1988
Details
Northfield, MN
(Carleton)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 54 Lincoln (PA) 47
1989
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Central)
North Central (IL) 66 Lincoln (PA) 58
1990
Details
Lincoln (PA) 49 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 45
1991
Details
Berea, OH
(Baldwin Wallace)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 73 Lincoln (PA) 64
1992
Details
Waterville, ME
(Colby)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 73½ Lincoln (PA) 51½
1993
Details
Berea, OH
(Baldwin Wallace)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 97 Lincoln (PA) 76
1994
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Central)
North Central (IL) 75 Wisconsin–La Crosse 74
1995
Details
Northfield, MN
(Carleton)
Lincoln (PA) 80 Williams 61
1996
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Central)
Lincoln (PA) 61 Williams 59
1997
Details
La Crosse, WI
(UW–La Crosse)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 69½ Lincoln (PA) 58⅓
1998
Details
St. Paul, MN
(Macalester)
North Central (IL) 91 Lincoln (PA) 73
1999
Details
Berea, OH
(Baldwin Wallace)
Lincoln (PA) 62 Pacific Lutheran 47
2000
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Central)
Lincoln (PA)
North Central (IL)
52 Central (IA) 38
2001
Details
Decatur, IL
(Millikin)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 80 Lincoln (PA) 60
2002
Details
St. Paul, MN
(Macalester)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 64 Calvin 41
2003
Details
Canton, NY
(St. Lawrence)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 88 Lincoln (PA) 64
2004
Details
Decatur, IL
(Millikin)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 88 Nebraska Wesleyan 64
2005
Details
Waverly, IA
(Wartburg)
Lincoln (PA) 70 Wisconsin–La Crosse 67½
2006
Details
Lisle, IL
(Benedictine)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 74½ Lincoln (PA) 54
2007
Details
Oshkosh, WI
(UW–Oshkosh)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 99 SUNY Cortland 34
2008
Details
McMurry 35 SUNY Cortland 33
2009
Details
Marietta, OH
(Marietta)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 46 McMurry 40
2010
Details
Berea, OH
(Baldwin Wallace)
North Central (IL) 53 Salisbury 36
2011
Details
Delaware, OH
(Ohio Wesleyan)
North Central (IL) 58 Wisconsin–La Crosse 56
2012
Details
Claremont, CA
(Claremont–MS)
McMurry 66 Wisconsin–La Crosse 47
2013
Details
La Crosse, WI
(UW–La Crosse)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 66 Wisconsin–Eau Claire 64
2014
Details
Delaware, OH
(Ohio Wesleyan)
Mount Union 47 Wisconsin–La Crosse 42

Champions[edit]

Team titles[edit]

Rank Team Titles
1 Wisconsin–La Crosse 12
2 Lincoln (PA) 7
3 North Central (IL) 6
4 Rowan (Glassboro State) 5
5 Southern–New Orleans 3
6 Frostburg State
McMurry
2
7 Ashland
Mount Union
Occidental
Slippery Rock
Wisconsin–Oshkosh
1

Individual titles[edit]

Rank Team Titles
1 Lincoln (PA) 57
2 Wisconsin–La Crosse 50
3 North Central (IL) 31
4 Mount Union 38
5 Rowan (Glassboro State) 25
6 Southern–New Orleans
Wisconsin–Oshkosh
19
7 St. Thomas (MN) 18
8 Pomona-Pitzer 17
9 Augustana (IL)
Frostburg State
16
10 Haverford
McMurry
15
11 Nebraska Wesleyan 14
12 Hamiline 12
13 Central (IA)
Occidental
11
14 Fisk
Wisconsin–Stevens Point
Wisconsin–Whitewater
10
15 Wheaton (MA)
Willamette
Williams
Wisconsin–Eau Claire
Wisconsin–Stout
9

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Division III Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved January 13, 2016. 

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