NCAA Women's Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships

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NCAA Women's Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships
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Sport College track and field
Founded 1982
Most recent
champion(s)
Wisconsin–La Crosse (3)
TV partner(s) ESPNU
Official website NCAA.com

The NCAA Women's Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships are the annual collegiate track and field competitions for women athletes representing Division III institutions organised by the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Athletes' performances in individual championships earn points for their institutions and the team with the most points receives the NCAA team title in track and field. A separate NCAA Division III men's competition is also held. These two events are separate from the NCAA Women's Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships and NCAA Men's Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships held during the winter.[1]

The first edition of the championship was held in 1982. The current team champions are the Wartburg Knights, and the most successful team, with 9 titles, are the Wisconsin–Oshkosh Titans.

Summary[edit]

NCAA Women's Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships
Year Site
(Host Team)
Championship Results
Winner Points Runners-Up Points
1982
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Central)
Central (IA) 151 Frostburg State 96
1983
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Wisconsin–La Crosse 156 St. Thomas (MN) 126
1984
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Northfield, MN
(Carleton)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 185½ Central (IA) 102
1985
Details
Granville, OH
(Denison)
Cortland State 62 Southern–New Orleans 61
1986
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La Crosse, WI
(UW–La Crosse)
UMass Boston 52 Wisconsin–La Crosse 49½
1987
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Naperville, IL
(North Central)
Christopher Newport 80 UMass Boston 58
1988
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Northfield, MN
(Carleton)
Christopher Newport 95 UMass Boston 66
1989
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Central)
Christopher Newport 58 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 51½
1990
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Wisconsin–Oshkosh 75 Cortland State 48
1991
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Berea, OH
(Baldwin Wallace)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 66½ Cortland State 56
1992
Details
Waterville, ME
(Colby)
Christopher Newport 61 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 47
1993
Details
Berea, OH
(Baldwin Wallace)
Lincoln (PA) 57 Wisconsin–La Crosse 52
1994
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Central)
Christopher Newport 73 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 53
1995
Details
Northfield, MN
(Carleton)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 58 St. Thomas (MN) 52
1996
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Central)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 69½ Lincoln (PA) 62
1997
Details
La Crosse, WI
(UW–La Crosse)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 59 Wisconsin–La Crosse 38¾
1998
Details
St. Paul, MN
(Macalester)
Christopher Newport 59 Wheaton (MA) 50
1999
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Berea, OH
(Baldwin Wallace)
Lincoln (PA) 54 Wheaton (MA) 48
2000
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Central)
Lincoln (PA) 65 Christopher Newport 50
2001
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Decatur, IL
(Millikin)
Wheaton (MA) 83½ Calvin 49
2002
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St. Paul, MN
(Macalester)
Wheaton (MA) 67 McMurry 49
2003
Details
Canton, NY
(St. Lawrence)
Wheaton (MA) 72 Lehman 52
2004
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Decatur, IL
(Millikin)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 57 Calvin 42¼
2005
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Waverly, IA
(Wartburg)
Wartburg 43 Wisconsin–Oshkosh
Calvin
42
2006
Details
Lisle, IL
(Benedictine)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 52 Williams 42
2007
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Oshkosh, WI
(UW–Oshkosh)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 57 Calvin 44½
2008
Details
Illinois Wesleyan
Wisconsin–River Falls
35 Wartburg 34
2009
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Marietta, OH
(Marietta)
Wartburg 52 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 50
2010
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Berea, OH
(Baldwin Wallace)
Illinois Wesleyan 54 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 53
2011
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Delaware, OH
(Ohio Wesleyan)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 80 Wartburg 59
2012
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Claremont, CA
(Claremont–MS)
Wartburg 129 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 52
2013
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La Crosse, WI
(UW–La Crosse)
Wartburg 46 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 43
2014
Details
Delaware, OH
(Ohio Wesleyan)
Wartburg 65 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 63

Champions[edit]

Individual titles[edit]

Rank Team Titles
1 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 47
2 Christopher Newport 29
3 Lincoln (PA)
Wartburg
Wisconsin–La Crosse
24
4 SUNY Cortland 22
5 St. Thomas (MN) 18
6 Calvin 17
7 Wheaton (MA) 16
8 Williams 14
9 TCNJ 13
10 Central (IA)
UMass Boston
Occidental
10

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