NCAA Men's Division I Swimming and Diving Championships

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NCAA Men's Division I Swimming and Diving Championships
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Founded 1924
Number of teams 35 (2015)
Current champions Texas (12)
Most successful club(s) Michigan (12), Texas (12)
Television broadcasters ESPNU
Website NCAA.com

The NCAA Men's Division I Swimming and Diving Championships are annual college championship events in the United States.

The meets take place in a 25-yard pool, except for the Division I meets in 2000 and 2004 which were swum in a 25-meter competition course.

Events[edit]

Individual swimming events[edit]

  • Freestyle events
    • 50-yard Freestyle (1925−present)
    • 100-yard Freestyle (1925−present)
    • 200-yard Freestyle (1963−present)
    • 500-yard Freestyle (1963−present)
    • 1,650-yard Freestyle (1963−present)
  • Backstroke events
    • 100-yard Backstroke (1950−present)
    • 200-yard Backstroke (1951−present)
  • Breaststroke events
    • 100-yard Breaststroke (1958−present)
    • 200-yard Breaststroke (1958−present)
  • Butterfly events
    • 100-yard Butterfly (1950−present)
    • 200-yard Butterfly (1935−present)
  • Medley events
    • 200-yard individual medley (1956−present)
    • 400-yard individual medley (1963−present)

Relay swimming events[edit]

  • Freestyle relay events
    • 200-yard freestyle relay (1927−1930, 1989−present)
    • 400-yard freestyle relay (1931−present)
    • 800-yard freestyle relay (1966−present)
  • Medley relay events
    • 200-yard medley relay (1989−present)
    • 400-yard medley relay (1957−present)

Diving events[edit]

  • Diving events
    • One-meter diving (1924−present)
    • Three-meter diving (1931−present)
    • Platform diving (1990−present)

Short-course events[edit]

Individual swimming events[edit]

  • Freestyle events
    • 50-meter Freestyle (2000, 2004)
    • 100-meter Freestyle (1924, 2000, 2004)
    • 200-meter Freestyle (1924, 2000, 2004)
    • 400-meter Freestyle (1924, 2000, 2004)
    • 1,500-meter Freestyle (1924, 1932−1962, 2000, 2004)
  • Backstroke events
    • 100-meter Backstroke (1924, 2000, 2004)
    • 200-meter Backstroke (2000, 2004)
  • Breaststroke events
    • 100-meter Breaststroke (2000, 2004)
    • 200-meter Breaststroke (1924, 2000, 2004)
  • Butterfly events
    • 100-meter Butterfly (2000, 2004)
    • 200-meter Butterfly (2000, 2004)
  • Medley events
    • 200-meter individual medley (2000, 2004)
    • 400-meter individual medley (2000, 2004)

Relay swimming events[edit]

  • Freestyle relay events
    • 200-meter freestyle relay (2000, 2004)
    • 400-meter freestyle relay (2000, 2004)
    • 800-meter freestyle relay (2000, 2004)
  • Medley relay events
    • 200-meter medley relay (2000, 2004)
    • 400-meter medley relay (2000, 2004)

Discontinued events[edit]

Individual swimming events[edit]

  • Freestyle events
    • 220-yard Freestyle (1925–1962)
    • 440-yard Freestyle (1925–1962)
  • Backstroke events
    • 150-yard Backstroke (1925–1950)
  • Breaststroke events
    • 100-yard Breaststroke (1957)
    • 200-yard Breaststroke (1925–1934, 1955–1957)
  • Medley events
    • 150-yard individual medley (1930, 1949–1955)

Relay swimming events[edit]

  • Medley relay events
    • 300-yard medley relay (1927–1956)

Results[edit]

  • From inception in 1924 through 1936,[1] three schools won all of the NCAA unofficial team championships, which were proclaimed in the newspapers of the time.[2][3]

Pre-Team Championship (1924−1936)[edit]

NCAA Collegiate Swimming Championship Meets
Year Site Venue Winner
1924
Details
Annapolis, MD Scott Natatorium Northwestern
1925
Details
Evanston, IL Patten Gymnasium Navy
1926
Details
Annapolis, MD Scott Natatorium Navy[4]
1927
Details
Iowa City, IA Field House Pool Michigan [5]
1928
Details
Philadelphia, PA Hutchinson Gymnasium Michigan[3]
1929
Details
St. Louis, MO Francis Gymnasium Northwestern
1930
Details
Cambridge, MA Malkin Athletic Center Northwestern[6]
1931
Details
Evanston, IL Patten Gymnasium Michigan[7]
1932
Details
Ann Arbor, MI Intramural Sports Building Michigan[3]
1933
Details
New Haven, CT Payne Whitney Gymnasium Northwestern[8]
1934
Details
Columbus, OH Ohio State Natatorium Michigan[3]
1935
Details
Cambridge, MA Malkin Athletic Center Michigan[3]
1936
Details
New Haven, CT Payne Whitney Gymnasium Michigan[3]

Team Championship (1937−present)[edit]

NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships[9]
Year Site Venue Team Championship
Winner Points Runner-up Points
1937
Details
Minneapolis, MN University of Minnesota Armory Michigan 75 Ohio State 39
1938
Details
New Brunswick, NJ College Avenue Gym Michigan 46 Ohio State 45
1939
Details
Ann Arbor, MI Intramural Sports Building Michigan 65 Ohio State 58
1940
Details
New Haven, CT Kiphuth Pool Michigan 45 Yale 42
1941
Details
East Lansing, MI Jenison Pool Michigan 61 Yale 58
1942
Details
Cambridge, MA Indoor Athletic Building Yale 71 Michigan 39
1943
Details
Columbus, OH Ohio State Natatorium Ohio State 81 Michigan 47
1944
Details
New Haven, CT Kiphuth Pool Yale 39 Michigan 38
1945
Details
Ann Arbor, MI Intramural Sports Building Ohio State 56 Michigan 48
1946
Details
New Haven, CT Kiphuth Pool Ohio State 61 Michigan 37
1947
Details
Seattle, WA Pavilion Pool Ohio State 66 Michigan 39
1948
Details
Ann Arbor, MI Intramural Sports Building Michigan 44 Ohio State 41
1949
Details
Chapel Hill, NC Bowman Gray Pool Ohio State 49 Iowa 35
1950
Details
Columbus, OH Ohio State Natatorium Ohio State 64 Yale 43
1951
Details
Austin, TX Gregory Gymnasium Pool Yale 81 Michigan State 60
1952
Details
Princeton, NJ Dillon Pool Ohio State 94 Yale 81
1953
Details
Columbus, OH Ohio State Natatorium Yale 96½ Ohio State 73½
1954
Details
Syracuse, NY Webster Pool Ohio State 94 Michigan 67
1955
Details
Oxford, OH Billings Natatorium Ohio State 90 Michigan
Yale
51
1956
Details
New Haven, CT Kiphuth Pool Ohio State 68 Yale 54
1957
Details
Chapel Hill, NC Bowman Gray Pool Michigan 69 Yale 61
1958
Details
Ann Arbor, MI Intramural Sports Building Michigan 72 Yale 63
1959
Details
Ithaca, NY Teagle Pool Michigan 137½ Ohio State 44
1960
Details
University Park, TX Perkins Natatorium USC 87 Michigan 73
1961
Details
Seattle, WA Pavilion Pool Michigan 85 USC 62
1962
Details
Columbus, OH Ohio State Natatorium Ohio State 92 USC 46
1963
Details
Raleigh, NC Willis Casey Natatorium USC 81 Yale 77
1964
Details
New Haven, CT Kiphuth Pool USC 96 Indiana 91
1965
Details
Ames, IA Beyer Hall Pool USC 285 Indiana 278½
1966
Details
Colorado Springs, CO Cadet Gymnasium USC 302 Indiana 286
1967
Details
East Lansing, MI McCaffree Pool Stanford 275 USC 260
1968
Details
Hanover, NH Karl Michael Pool Indiana 346 Yale 253
1969
Details
Bloomington, IN Royer Pool Indiana 427 USC 306
1970
Details
Salt Lake City, UT Ute Natatorium Indiana 332 USC 235
1971
Details
Ames, IA Beyer Hall Pool Indiana 351 USC 260
1972
Details
West Point, NY Crandall Pool Indiana 390 USC 371
1973
Details
Knoxville, TN UT Student Aquatic Center Indiana 358 Tennessee 294
1974
Details
Long Beach, CA Belmont Plaza Pool USC 339 Indiana 338
1975
Details
Cleveland, OH CSU Natatorium USC 344 Indiana 274
1976
Details
Providence, RI Smith Swimming Center USC 398 Tennessee 237
1977
Details
Cleveland, OH CSU Natatorium USC 385 Alabama 204
1978
Details
Long Beach, CA Belmont Plaza Pool Tennessee 307 Auburn 185
1979
Details
Cleveland, OH CSU Natatorium California 287 USC 227
1980
Details
Cambridge, MA Blodgett Pool California 234 Texas 220
1981
Details
Austin, TX Texas Swimming Center Texas 259 UCLA 189
1982 Brown Deer, WI Schroeder Swimming Center UCLA 219 Texas 210
1983 Indianapolis, IN Indiana University Natatorium Florida 238 SMU 227
1984 Cleveland, OH CSU Natatorium Florida 287½ Texas 277
1985 Austin, TX Texas Swimming Center Stanford 403½ Florida 329
1986 Indianapolis, IN Indiana University Natatorium Stanford 404 California 335
1987 Austin, TX Texas Swimming Center Stanford 374 USC 296
1988 Indianapolis, IN Indiana University Natatorium Texas 424 USC 369½
1989 Texas 424 Stanford 396
1990 Texas 506 USC 423
1991 Austin, TX Texas Swimming Center Texas 476 Stanford 420
1992 Indianapolis, IN Indiana University Natatorium Stanford 632 Texas 356
1993 Stanford 520½ Michigan 396
1994 Minneapolis, MN University Aquatic Center Stanford 566½ Texas 445
1995 Indianapolis, IN Indiana University Natatorium Michigan 561 Stanford 475
1996 Austin, TX Texas Swimming Center Texas 479 Auburn 443½
1997 Minneapolis, MN University Aquatic Center Auburn 496½ Stanford 340
1998 Auburn, AL James E. Martin Aquatics Center Stanford 599 Auburn 394½
1999 Indianapolis, IN Indiana University Natatorium Auburn 467½ Stanford 414½
2000 Minneapolis, MN University Aquatic Center Texas 538 Auburn 385
2001 College Station, TX Student Recreation Center Natatorium Texas 597½ Stanford 457½
2002 Athens, GA Gabrielsen Natatorium Texas 512 Stanford 501
2003 Austin, TX Texas Swimming Center Auburn 609½ Texas 413
2004
Details
East Meadow, NY Nassau County Aquatic Center Auburn 634 Stanford 377½
2005 Minneapolis, MN University Aquatic Center Auburn 491 Stanford 414
2006 Atlanta, GA Georgia Tech Aquatic Center Auburn 480 Arizona 440½
2007 Minneapolis, MN University Aquatic Center Auburn 566 Stanford 397
2008 Federal Way, WA Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center Arizona 500½ Texas 406
2009 College Station, TX Student Recreation Center Natatorium Auburn 526 Texas 487
2010 Columbus, OH McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion Texas 500 California 469½
2011 Minneapolis, MN University Aquatic Center California 493 Texas 470½
2012 Federal Way, WA Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center California 535½ Texas 491
2013 Indianapolis, IN Indiana University Natatorium Michigan 480 California 406½
2014 Austin, TX Texas Swimming Center California 468½ Texas 417½
2015
Details
Iowa City, IA Iowa Natatorium Texas 528 California 399
2016 Atlanta, GA Georgia Tech Aquatic Center Texas 541½ California 351

Team titles[edit]

Team Number Years won (official)
Michigan 12 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1948, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1995, 2013
Texas 12 1981, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2010, 2015, 2016
Ohio State 11 1943, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1952, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1962
USC 9 1960, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977
Auburn 8 1997, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009
Stanford 8 1967, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1998
Indiana 6 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973
California 5 1979, 1980, 2011, 2012, 2014
Yale 4 1942, 1944, 1951, 1953
Florida 2 1983, 1984
Arizona 1 2008
UCLA 1 1981
Tennessee 1 1978

Championship records[edit]

Event Time Name Club Date Location Ref
50y freestyle 18.20 Dressel, CaelebCaeleb Dressel University of Florida March 24, 2016 Atlanta, Georgia (U.S. state) [10]
100y freestyle 40.46 Dressel, CaelebCaeleb Dressel University of Florida March 26, 2016 Atlanta, Georgia (U.S. state) [11]
200y freestyle 1:30.46 Haas, TownleyTownley Haas Texas Longhorns March 25, 2016 Atlanta, Georgia (U.S. state) [12]
500y freestyle 4:08.60 Vanderkaay, PeterPeter Vanderkaay Michigan Wolverines March 23, 2006 Atlanta, Georgia (U.S. state)
1650y freestyle 14:24.08 Grodzki, MartinMartin Grodzki Georgia Bulldogs March 24, 2012 Federal Way, Washington (state) [13]
100y backstroke 43.49 Murphy, RyanRyan Murphy California Golden Bears March 25, 2016 Atlanta, Georgia (U.S. state) [14]
200y backstroke 1:35.73 Murphy, RyanRyan Murphy California Golden Bears March 26, 2016 Atlanta, Georgia (U.S. state) [15]
100y breaststroke 50.04 Cordes, KevinKevin Cordes Arizona Wildcats March 28, 2014 Austin, Texas [16]
200y breaststroke 1:48.12 Licon, WillWill Licon Texas Longhorns March 26, 2016 Atlanta, Georgia (U.S. state) [17]
100y butterfly 44.01 Schooling, JosephJoseph Schooling Texas Longhorns March 25, 2016 Atlanta, Georgia (U.S. state) [18]
200y butterfly 1:37.97 Schooling, JosephJoseph Schooling Texas Longhorns March 26, 2016 Atlanta, Georgia (U.S. state) [19]
200y individual medley 1:39.38 Nolan, DavidDavid Nolan Stanford Cardinal March 26, 2015 Iowa City, Iowa [20]
400y individual medley 3:34.50 Kalisz, ChaseChase Kalisz Georgia Bulldogs March 28, 2014 Austin, Texas [21]
4×50y freestyle relay 1:14.08
Auburn Tigers March 26, 2009 College Station, Texas
4×100y freestyle relay 2:46.56 Auburn Tigers March 17, 2007 Minneapolis, Minnesota
4×200y freestyle relay 6:08.03
Texas Longhorns March 23, 2016 Atlanta, Georgia [22]
4×50y medley relay 1:22.27
Michigan Wolverines March 29, 2013 Indianapolis, Indiana [23]
4×100y medley relay 3:00.68
Texas Longhorns March 24, 2016 Atlanta, Georgia [24]
1m Springboard 473.75 Ipsen, KristianKristian Ipsen Stanford Cardinal March 28, 2013 Indianapolis, Indiana
3m Springboard 529.10 Dorman, SamuelSamuel Dorman Miami March 27, 2015 Iowa City, Iowa [25]
Platform 548.90 McCrory, NickNick McCrory Duke Blue Devils March 26, 2011 Minneapolis, Minnesota
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by NCAA;
Records not set in finals: h – heat; sf – semifinal; r – relay 1st leg; rh – relay heat 1st leg; b – B final; – en route to final mark; tt – time trial

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Division I Men's Swimming and Diving History". Retrieved 2010-05-03. 
  2. ^ http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/swimming_champs_records/2012-13/2012md1_swim.pdf
  3. ^ a b c d e f "Michigan Men's Swimming and Diving Year-by-Year Results". Retrieved 2010-05-04. 
  4. ^ "Navy took honors in several sports, but bowed to Army in four of their five clashes – boxers had a fine year. New York Times, July 11, 1926". The New York Times. 1926-07-11. Retrieved 2010-05-03. 
  5. ^ "University of Michigan Athletics National Championships". Retrieved 2010-05-03. 
  6. ^ "Northwestern Wins National Tank Laurels, Michigan Second--Kojac's Great Work Gives Rutgers Third Place, The Hartford Courant, Mar 30, 1930., p. C1". The Hartford Courant. 1930-03-30. Retrieved 2010-05-03. 
  7. ^ "College Swim Title Is Won by Michigan, Chicago Daily Tribune, Mar 29, 1931, p. A1". Chicago Daily Tribune. 1931-03-29. Retrieved 2010-05-03. 
  8. ^ Daley, Arthur J. (1933-03-27). "Western Swimmers and Wrestlers Dominated N.C.A.A. Title Meets; Captured All Eight Mat Crowns and Took Five of Nine Tank Championships -- Wiget, Stanford, Only Double Winner in New Haven Pool -- Thompson, Navy, Ended Brilliant Season, New York Times, March 27, 1933". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-05-04. 
  9. ^ http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/swimming_champs_records/2013-14/2013wd1_swim.pdf
  10. ^ "(Race Video) Caeleb Dressel Scorches 18.20 For American, NCAA Mark in 50 Free". Swimming World Magazine. March 24, 2016. Retrieved March 25, 2016. 
  11. ^ "(Race Video) Caeleb Dressel Unleashes 40.46 NCAA, American Record to Win 100 Free". Swimming World Magazine. March 26, 2016. Retrieved March 27, 2016. 
  12. ^ "(Race Video) Texas' Townley Haas Crushes 200 Free NCAA, American Record With 1:30.46". Swimming World Magazine. March 25, 2016. Retrieved March 26, 2016. 
  13. ^ "NCAA Division I Men's Swimming and Diving Championships: Georgia's Martin Grodzki, Stanford's Chad La Tourette Better NCAA Record; La Tourette Gets American Mark". Swimming World Magazine. 24 March 2012. Retrieved 25 March 2012. 
  14. ^ "(Race Video) 43.49 From Ryan Murphy To Break NCAA, American Record in 100 Back". Swimming World Magazine. March 25, 2016. Retrieved March 26, 2016. 
  15. ^ "(Race Video) Ryan Murphy Crashes 1:36 Barrier With 1:35.73 NCAA, American Record in 200 Back". Swimming World Magazine. March 26, 2016. Retrieved March 27, 2016. 
  16. ^ "Kevin Cordes Scares 50-Point Barrier With Scorching 100 Breast American, NCAA Record". Swimming World Magazine. March 28, 2014. Retrieved March 29, 2014. 
  17. ^ "(Race Video) Will Licon Scorches 200 Breast in 1:48.12 For NCAA, American Record". Swimming World Magazine. March 26, 2016. Retrieved March 27, 2016. 
  18. ^ "Joseph Schooling Nearly Cracks 44 With 44.01 NCAA Record in 100 Fly". Swimming World Magazine. March 25, 2016. Retrieved March 26, 2016. 
  19. ^ "(Race Video) 1:37.97!! Joseph Schooling Breaks 1:38 Barrier in 200 Fly For NCAA Record". Swimming World Magazine. March 26, 2016. Retrieved March 27, 2016. 
  20. ^ "NCAA Division I Men's Championships: David Nolan Smashes Through 1:40 With NCAA, American Record in 200 IM". Swimming World Magazine. March 26, 2015. Retrieved March 27, 2015. 
  21. ^ "Chase Kalisz Destroys NCAA, American Record in 400 IM". Swimming World Magazine. March 28, 2014. Retrieved March 30, 2014. 
  22. ^ "Texas Demolishes NCAA, U.S. Open Record in 800 Free Relay With a 6:08". Swimming World Magazine. March 23, 2016. Retrieved March 24, 2016. 
  23. ^ "Michigan Wins First Ever 200 Medley Relay Title With NCAA Record; Cal Takes American Mark". Swimming World Magazine. 29 March 2013. Retrieved 1 April 2013. 
  24. ^ "Ryan Murphy Crushes 100 Back American, NCAA Record With 43.51; Texas Breaks 400 Medley Relay Record With 3:00.68". Swimming World Magazine. March 24, 2016. Retrieved March 25, 2016. 
  25. ^ "NCAA Division I Men's Championships: Miami's Samuel Dorman Sets NCAA Meet Record to Win 3-Meter". Swimming World Magazine. March 27, 2015. Retrieved March 28, 2015. 

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