NCAA Division I Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championships

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NCAA Division I Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championships
NCAA logo.svg
Founded1921
Current championsTexas Tech (1)
Most successful club(s)Team: USC (26)
Television broadcastersESPNU
WebsiteNCAA.com
2019 Championships

The NCAA Division I Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championship is an annual collegiate outdoor track and field competition for men organised by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). 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. A separate NCAA Division I women's competition is also held. These two events are separate from the NCAA Division I Men's Indoor Track and Field Championships and NCAA Division I Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships held during the winter.[1]

Decathlete competitors pose at the 2009 NCAA Track & Field Championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States.

The first edition of the championship was held in 1921 and the competition expanded to two divisions in 1963, then three divisions in 1974. Teams and their athletes must abide by NCAA rules in order to compete – the Arkansas Razorbacks were stripped of their 2004 and 2005 titles for recruitment violations, while Florida State University lost its 2007 NCAA Division I title because one of its athletes had not met the academic requirements.

Events[edit]

Track events[edit]

Field events[edit]

Discontinued events[edit]

Team Champions[edit]

NCAA Division I Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championships
Year Site Venue Team Championship
Winner Points Runner-up Points
1921
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Chicago Stagg Field Illinois 20¼ Notre Dame 16¾
1922
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California 28½ Penn State 19½
1923
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Michigan 29½ Mississippi State 16
1924 Not held
1925
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Chicago Soldier Field Stanford1 31
1926
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USC1 27
1927
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Illinois1 35
1928
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Stanford 72 Ohio State 31
1929
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Stagg Field Ohio State 50 Washington 42
1930
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USC 55​720 Washington 40
1931
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USC 77​17 Ohio State 31​17
1932
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Indiana 56 Ohio State 49¾
1933
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LSU 58 USC 54
1934
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Los Angeles Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Stanford 63 USC 57​720
1935
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Berkeley, California Edwards Stadium USC 74​15 Ohio State 40​15
1936
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Chicago Stagg Field USC 103​13 Ohio State 73
1937
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Berkeley, California Edwards Stadium USC 62 Stanford 50
1938
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Minneapolis Memorial Stadium USC 67​34 Stanford 38
1939
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Los Angeles Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum USC 86 Stanford 44​34
1940
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Minneapolis Memorial Stadium USC 47 Stanford 28​23
1941
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Palo Alto, California Stanford Stadium USC 81​12 Indiana 50
1942
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Lincoln, Nebraska Memorial Stadium USC 85​12 Ohio State 44​15
1943
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Evanston, Illinois Dyche Stadium USC 46 California 39
1944
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Milwaukee Marquette Stadium Illinois 79 Notre Dame 43
1945
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Navy 62 Michigan 52​35
1946
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Minneapolis Memorial Stadium Illinois 78 USC 42​1720
1947
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Salt Lake City Rice Stadium Illinois 59​23 USC 34​14
1948
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Minneapolis Memorial Stadium Minnesota 46 USC 41​12
1949
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Los Angeles Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum USC 55​25 UCLA 31
1950
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Minneapolis Memorial Stadium USC 49​15 Stanford 28
1951
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Seattle, WA Husky Stadium USC 56 Cornell 40
1952
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Berkeley, California Edwards Stadium USC 66​712 San José State 24​13
1953
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Lincoln, Nebraska Memorial Stadium USC 80 Illinois 41
1954
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Ann Arbor, Michigan Ferry Field USC 66​1720 Illinois 31​1720
1955
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Los Angeles Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum USC 42 UCLA 34
1956
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Berkeley, California Edwards Stadium UCLA 55​710 Kansas 51
1957
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Austin, Texas Memorial Stadium Villanova 47 California 32
1958
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Berkeley, California Edwards Stadium USC 48​67 Kansas 40​34
1959
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Lincoln, Nebraska Memorial Stadium Kansas 73 San José State 48​710
1960
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Berkeley, California Edwards Stadium Kansas 50 USC 37
1961
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Philadelphia Franklin Field USC 65 Oregon 47
1962
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Eugene, Oregon Hayward Field Oregon 85 Villanova 40
1963
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Albuquerque, New Mexico University Stadium USC 61 Stanford 42
1964
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Eugene, Oregon Hayward Field Oregon 70 San Jose State 40
1965
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Berkeley, California Edwards Stadium Oregon
USC
32
1966
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Bloomington, Indiana Billy Hayes Track UCLA 81 BYU 33
1967
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Provo, Utah Cougar Stadium USC 86 Oregon 40
1968
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Berkeley, California Edwards Stadium USC 58 Washington State 57
1969
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Knoxville, Tennessee Tom Black Track San Jose State 48 Kansas 45
1970
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Des Moines, Iowa Drake Stadium BYU
Kansas
Oregon
35
1971
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Seattle, WA Husky Stadium UCLA 52 USC 41
1972
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Eugene, Oregon Hayward Field UCLA 82 USC 49
1973
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Baton Rouge, Louisiana Bernie Moore Track Stadium UCLA 52 Oregon 31
1974
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Austin, Texas Memorial Stadium Tennessee 60 UCLA 56
1975
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Provo, Utah Cougar Stadium UTEP 55 UCLA 42
1976
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Philadelphia Franklin Field USC 64 UTEP 44
1977
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Champaign, Illinois Memorial Stadium Arizona State 64 UTEP 50
1978
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Eugene, Oregon Hayward Field UCLA
UTEP
35
1979
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Champaign, Illinois Memorial Stadium UTEP 64 Villanova 48
1980
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Austin, Texas Memorial Stadium UTEP 69 UCLA 46
1981
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Baton Rouge, Louisiana Bernie Moore Track Stadium UTEP 70 SMU 57
1982
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Provo, Utah Clarence F. Robison Track UTEP 105 Tennessee 94
1983
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Houston Robertson Stadium SMU 104 Tennessee 102
1984
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Eugene, Oregon Hayward Field Oregon 113 Washington State 94​12
1985
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Austin, Texas Memorial Stadium Arkansas 61 Washington State 46
1986
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Indianapolis Carroll Stadium SMU 53 Washington State 52
1987
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Baton Rouge, Louisiana Bernie Moore Track Stadium UCLA 81 Texas 28
1988
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Eugene, Oregon Hayward Field UCLA 82 Texas 41
1989
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Provo, Utah Clarence F. Robison Track LSU 53 Texas A&M 51
1990
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Durham, North Carolina Wallace Wade Stadium LSU 44 Arkansas 36
1991
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Eugene, Oregon Hayward Field Tennessee 51 Washington State 42
1992
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Austin, Texas Memorial Stadium Arkansas 60 Tennessee 46​12
1993
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New Orleans Tad Gormley Stadium Arkansas 69 LSU
Ohio State
45
1994
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Boise, Idaho Bronco Stadium Arkansas 83 UTEP 45
1995
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Knoxville, Tennessee Tom Black Track Arkansas 61​12 UCLA 55
1996
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Eugene, Oregon Hayward Field Arkansas 55 George Mason 40
1997
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Bloomington, Indiana Billy Hayes Track Arkansas 55 Texas 42​12
1998
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Buffalo, New York University at Buffalo Stadium Arkansas 82 Stanford 41
1999
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Boise, Idaho Bronco Stadium Arkansas 59 Stanford 52
2000
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Durham, North Carolina Wallace Wade Stadium Stanford 72 Arkansas 59
2001
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Eugene, Oregon Hayward Field Tennessee 50 TCU 49
2002
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Baton Rouge, Louisiana Bernie Moore Track Stadium LSU 64 Tennessee 57
2003
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Sacramento, California Hornet Stadium Arkansas 59 Auburn 50
2004
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Austin, Texas Mike A. Myers Stadium Arkansas2 Florida 49
2005
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Sacramento, California Hornet Stadium Arkansas2 Florida 49
2006
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Florida State 67 LSU 51
2007
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Florida State3 54 LSU 48
2008
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Des Moines, Iowa Drake Stadium Florida State 52 LSU
Auburn
44
2009
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Fayetteville, Arkansas John McDonnell Field Texas A&M 48 Florida
Florida State
Oregon
46
2010
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Eugene, Oregon Hayward Field Texas A&M 55 Florida 54
2011
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Des Moines, Iowa Drake Stadium Texas A&M 55 Florida State 54
2012
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Florida 50 LSU 48
2013
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Eugene, Oregon Hayward Field Florida
Texas A&M
53
2014
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Oregon 88 Florida 70
2015
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Oregon 85 Florida 56
2016
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Florida 62 Arkansas 56
2017
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Florida 61.5 Texas A&M 59.5
2018
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Georgia 52 Florida 42
2019
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Austin, Texas Mike A. Myers Stadium Texas Tech 60 Florida 50
2020
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  1. ^ The 1925, 1926, and 1927 championships were all awarded unofficially.
  2. ^ Arkansas was forced to vacate the NCAA titles in 2004 and 2005 because of recruiting violations. The titles have not been awarded to any other school.[2][3]
  3. ^ Florida State was forced to vacate the 2007 NCAA title due to academic violations by one of its athletes.[4][5][6]

Appearances[edit]

This list consists of the top twenty-five men's college outdoor track and field teams in terms of appearances in the NCAA Men's Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championship.

Top 25 rankings as of 9 June 2018[7]
Rank Logo Team Appearances
1 USC Trojans logo.svg USC 85
2 Oregon Ducks logo.svg Oregon 81
3 California Golden Bears logo.svg California 76
4 Texas Longhorns logo.svg Texas 75
4 UCLA Bruins script.svg UCLA 75
6 University of Kansas athletics (logo).svg Kansas 73
6 Michigan Wolverines logo.svg Michigan 73
8 Illinois Fighting Illini logo.svg Illinois 72
8 Stanford Cardinal logo.svg Stanford 72
8 Washington State Cougars wordmark.svg Washington State 72
11 Wisconsin Badgers logo.svg Wisconsin 70
12 Nebraska Cornhuskers logo.svg Nebraska 66
13 Rice Owls logo.svg Rice 65
14 BYU Cougars logo.svg BYU 64
14 Minnesota Golden Gophers logo.svg Minnesota 64
16 Washington Huskies logo.svg Washington 63
17 Indiana Hoosiers logo.svg Indiana 62
18 Kansas State Wildcats wordmark.svg Kansas State 61
18 Oklahoma Sooners logo.svg Oklahoma 61
20 Arizona Wildcats logo.svg Arizona 60
20 Ohio State Buckeyes logo.svg Ohio State 60
22 Mizzou Athletics wordmark.svg Missouri 59
22 Texas A&M University logo.svg Texas A&M 59
24 Arizona State Athletics wordmark.svg Arizona State 58
25 LSU Athletics logo.svg LSU 57

Titles[edit]

Team titles[edit]

Team Titles Year Won
USC 26 1926, 1930, 1931, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1958, 1961, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1976
Arkansas 10 1985, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2003
UCLA 8 1956, 1966, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1978, 1987, 1988
Oregon 7 1962, 1964, 1965, 1970, 1984, 2014, 2015
UTEP 6 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982
Illinois 5 1921, 1927, 1944, 1946, 1947
Florida 4 2012, 2013, 2016, 2017
LSU 4 1933, 1989, 1990, 2002
Stanford 4 1925, 1928, 1934, 2000
Texas A&M 4 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013
Kansas 3 1959, 1960, 1970
Tennessee 3 1974, 1991, 2001
Florida State 2 2006, 2008
SMU 2 1983, 1986
Arizona State 1 1977
BYU 1 1970
California 1 1922
Georgia 1 2018
Indiana 1 1932
Michigan 1 1923
Minnesota 1 1948
Navy 1 1945
Ohio State 1 1929
San Jose State 1 1969
Villanova 1 1957
Texas Tech 1 2019

Individual titles[edit]

Titles Institution
111 USC
61 UCLA
60 Oregon
48 Arkansas
46 LSU
44 Stanford, UTEP
43 Ohio State
42 Illinois
41 Texas
38 Washington State
34 Villanova
33 Michigan
32 Kansas, Tennessee
30 BYU
29 California

Championships records[edit]

Event records[edit]

Event Record Athlete University Date Meet Place Ref
Track events
100 m 9.82 (+1.3 m/s) Christian Coleman Tennessee 7 June 2017 2017 Championships Eugene, Oregon [8]
200 m 19.73 (+0.8 m/s) Nigeria Divine Oduduru Texas Tech 7 June 2019 2019 Championships Austin, Texas [9]
400 m 43.61 Michael Norman USC 8 June 2018 2018 Championships Eugene, Oregon [10]
800 m 1:43.55 Donavan Brazier Texas A&M 10 June 2016 2016 Championships Eugene, Oregon [11]
1500 m 3:35.30 South Africa Sydney Maree Villanova 6 June 1981 1981 Championships Baton Rouge, Louisiana
5000 m 13:18.36 Kenya Lawi Lalang Arizona 13 June 2014 2014 Championships Eugene, Oregon [12]
10000 m 28:01.30 Tanzania Suleiman Nyambui UTEP 1 June 1979 1979 Championships Champaign, Illinois
110 m hurdles 12.98 Grant Holloway Florida 7 June 2019 2019 Championships Austin, Texas [13]
400 m hurdles 47.02 Rai Benjamin USC 8 June 2018 2018 Championships Eugene, Oregon [14]
3000 m steeplechase 8:12.39 Kenya Henry Rono Washington State 1 June 1978 1978 Championships Eugene, Oregon
4 × 100 m relay 37.97 Raymond Ekevwo
Abdul Hakim Sani Brown
Grant Holloway
Ryan Clark
Florida 7 June 2019 2019 Championships Austin, Texas [15]
4 × 400 m relay 2:59.00 Ricky Morgan Jr.
Rai Benjamin
Zach Shinnick
Michael Norman
USC 8 June 2018 2018 Championships Eugene, Oregon [16]
Field events
High jump 2.38 m (7-9¾) Hollis Conway University of Southwestern Louisiana 3 June 1989 1989 Championships Provo, Utah
Pole vault 5.95 m (19-6) Chris Nilsen South Dakota 5 June 2019 2019 Championships Austin, Texas [17]
Long jump 8.53 m (28-0) Erick Walder Arkansas 3 June 1993 1993 Championships New Orleans, Louisiana
Triple jump 17.57 m (57-7¾) United Kingdom Keith Connor SMU 5 June 1982 1982 Championships Provo, Utah
Shot put 22.00 m (72-2¼) John Godina UCLA 3 June 1995 1995 Championships Knoxville, Tennessee
Discus throw 67.06 m (220-0) Kamy Keshmiri Nevada 5 June 1992 1992 Championships Austin, Texas
Hammer throw 80.86 m (265-3) Hungary Balázs Kiss USC 31 May 1996 1996 Championships Eugene, Oregon
Javelin throw – New javelin 86.62 m (284 ft 2 in) Grenada Anderson Peters Mississippi State 7 June 2019 2019 Championships Austin, Texas [18]
Decathlon – New javelin 8457 pts Ashton Eaton Oregon 10–11 June 2010 2010 Championships Eugene, Oregon
Defunct track events
100 yard dash 9.1 Charlie Greene Nebraska 15 June 1967 1967 Championships Provo, Utah
200 meter dash – Straightaway 20.3 Ralph Metcalfe Marquette June 1933 1933 Championships Chicago, Illinois
220 yard dash – Straightaway 20.4 Ralph Metcalfe
Mel Patton
Marquette
USC
June 1933
June 1949
1933 Championships
1949 Championships
Chicago, Illinois
Los Angeles, California
220 yard dash – One turn 20.2 Tommie Smith
John Carlos
San Jose State
San Jose State
15 June 1967
21 June 1967
1967 Championships Provo, Utah
440 yard dash – Two turns 44.7 Curtis Mills Texas A&M 21 June 1969 1969 Championships Knoxville, Tennessee
880 yard run 1:45.9 Jamaica Byron Dyce New York 21 June 1969 1969 Championships Knoxville, Tennessee
Mile 3:57.1 Dave Wottle Bowling Green 9 June 1973 1973 Championships Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Two-mile run 8:46.3 Alex Henderson Arizona State June 1958 1958 Championships Berkeley, California
Three-mile run 13:05.3 Steve Prefontaine Oregon 9 June 1973 1973 Championships Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Six-mile run 27:43.1 Garry Bjorklund Minnesota 18 June 1971 1971 Championships Seattle, Washington
120 yard hurdles 13.1 Rod Milburn Southern 8 June 1973 1973 Championships Baton Rouge, Louisiana
220 yard hurdles – Straightaway 22.2 Ancel Robinson Fresno State June 1957 1957 Championships Austin, Texas
220 yard hurdles – One turn 22.7 Charlie Tidwell Kansas June 1968 1968 Championships Berkeley, California
440 yard hurdles 48.8 Ralph Mann BYU 20 June 1970 1970 Championships Des Moines, Iowa
440 yard relay 38.6 Earl McCullouch
Fred Kuller
O.J. Simpson
Jamaica Lennox Miller
USC 17 June 1967 1967 Championships Provo, Utah
Mile relay 3:03.06 Aubrey Jones
Fonnie Kemp
Dannie Carter
Don Bly
Oklahoma 2 June 1984 1984 Championships Eugene, Oregon
Defunct field events
Javelin throw (old javelin) 89.98 m (295-2) Iceland Einar Vilhjalmsson Texas 2 June 1983 1983 Championships Houston, Texas
Decathlon (old javelin) 8279 pts Argentina Tito Steiner BYU 2–3 June 1981 1981 Championships Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Career records[edit]

Notes[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/track_outdoor_champs_records/2012-13/2012_d1_motf.pdf
  2. ^ USA Today: Arkansas vacates track titles over NCAA violations
  3. ^ NCAA: Division I Outdoor Track & Field - Team Champions
  4. ^ NCAA: NCAA penalizes Florida State
  5. ^ NCAA: NCAA appeals committee upholds Florida State penalties Archived 2011-06-02 at WebCite
  6. ^ Tallahassee.com: FSU complies with sanctions, will vacate 12 football wins, track national title
  7. ^ "Division I Men's Outdoor Track Championships Records Book" (PDF). National Collegiate Athletic Association. Retrieved 9 January 2019.
  8. ^ "100m Semifinal Results". ncaa.com. 7 June 2017. Retrieved 8 June 2017.
  9. ^ "200m Results". cloudfront.net. 7 June 2019. Retrieved 10 June 2019.
  10. ^ Roy Jordan (9 June 2018). "Benjamin and Norman break collegiate records at NCAA Championships". IAAF. Retrieved 13 June 2018.
  11. ^ "800m Results". ncaa.com. 10 June 2016. Retrieved 11 June 2016.
  12. ^ "5000m Results". flashresults.com. 13 June 2014. Archived from the original on 14 June 2014. Retrieved 14 June 2014.
  13. ^ Roy Jordan (8 June 2019). "Oduduru blasts to 100/200 double at NCAA Championships, Holloway sizzles 12.98". IAAF. Retrieved 10 June 2019.
  14. ^ Roy Jordan (9 June 2018). "Benjamin and Norman break collegiate records at NCAA Championships". IAAF. Retrieved 13 June 2018.
  15. ^ Jennifer Zahn (7 June 2019). "Florida DESTROYS NCAA 4x100m Relay Record In 37.97!". FloTrack. Retrieved 7 June 2019.
  16. ^ Roy Jordan (9 June 2018). "Benjamin and Norman break collegiate records at NCAA Championships". IAAF. Retrieved 13 June 2018.
  17. ^ Roy Jordan (8 June 2019). "Oduduru blasts to 100/200 double at NCAA Championships, Holloway sizzles 12.98". IAAF. Retrieved 10 June 2019.
  18. ^ Roy Jordan (8 June 2019). "Oduduru blasts to 100/200 double at NCAA Championships, Holloway sizzles 12.98". IAAF. Retrieved 10 June 2019.

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