NCAA Women's Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships

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NCAA Women's Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships
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Sport College indoor track and field
Founded 1983
Most recent
champion(s)
Wisconsin–La Crosse (1)
TV partner(s) ESPNU
Official website NCAA.com

The NCAA Women's Division III Indoor Track and Field Championship is an annual collegiate indoor track and field competition for women from 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 Outdoor Track and Field Championships and NCAA Men's Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships held during the spring. The first edition of the championship was held in 1983.[1]

The current team champions are the Wisconsin–Oshkosh Titans; the Titans are also the most successful team, with 9 titles.

Events[edit]

Track events[edit]

Field events[edit]

Discontinued events[edit]

Women[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)
UMass Boston 50 Cortland State 41
1986
Details
St. Paul, MN
(Saint Thomas)
UMass Boston 47 Springfield 36
1987
Details
Chicago, IL
(Chicago)
UMass Boston 56 Christopher Newport 52
1988
Details
Northampton, MA
(Smith)
Christopher Newport 66 UMass Boston 39
1989
Details
Lewiston, ME
(Bates)
Christopher Newport 50 Rochester (NY) 31
1990
Details
Northampton, MA
(Smith)
Christopher Newport 59 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 43
1991
Details
Middletown, CT
(Wesleyan)
Cortland State 50 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 44½
1992
Details
Stevens Point, WI
(UW–Stevens Point)
Christopher Newport 46 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 41
1993
Details
Lewiston, ME
(Bates)
Lincoln (PA) 36 Wisconsin–La Crosse 27
1994
Details
Oshkosh, WI
(UW–Oshkosh)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 41 Christopher Newport 36
1995
Details
Ada, OH
(Ohio Northern)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 42 Cortland State 26
1996
Details
Northampton, MA
(Smith)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 41 Lincoln (PA) 29
1997
Details
Oshkosh, WI
(UW–Oshkosh)
Christopher Newport 47 CCNY 36
1998
Details
Waltham, MA
(Brandeis)
Christopher Newport 31 Wheaton (MA) 28
1999
Details
Ada, OH
(Ohio Northern)
Wheaton (MA) 43 Wisconsin–La Crosse 38
2000
Details
Bloomington, IL
(Illinois Wesleyan)
Wheaton (MA) 47 Lincoln (PA) 41
2001
Details
Oshkosh, WI
(UW–Oshkosh)
Wheaton (MA) 63 Wisconsin–La Crosse 35
2002
Details
Ada, OH
(Ohio Northern)
Wheaton (MA) 65½ Wisconsin–Oshkosh 37
2003
Details
Greencastle, IN
(DePauw)
Wheaton (MA) 54 Lehman 48
2004
Details
Whitewater, WI
(UW–Whitewater)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 56½ Wheaton (MA) 28
2005
Details
Bloomington, IL
(Illinois Wesleyan)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 36 Wartburg 32
2006
Details
Northfield, MN
(St. Olaf)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 44 Williams 38
2007
Details
Terre Haute, IN
(Rose–Hulman)
Williams 42 CCNY 35
2008
Details
Ada, OH
(Ohio Northern)
Illinois Wesleyan 30 Wartburg 27
2009
Details
Terre Haute, IN
(Rose–Hulman)
Wartburg 51 Wisconsin–La Crosse 41½
2010
Details
Greencastle, IN
(DePauw)
Wartburg 33 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 29
2011
Details
Bexley, OH
(Capital)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 46½ Wartburg 44
2012
Details
Grinnell, IA
(Grinnell)
Wartburg 99 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 48
2013
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Central)
Wisconsin–Oshkosh 56 Illinois College 32
2014
Details
Lincoln, NE Wisconsin–Oshkosh 67 Wisconsin–La Crosse 65
2015
Details
Winston-Salem, NC
(Roanoke)
Wisconsin–La Crosse 55 Wisconsin–Oshkosh 49
2016
Details
Grinnell, IA
(Grinnell)
Baldwin Wallace 42.2 Illinois Wesleyan 36
2017
Details
Naperville, IL
(North Centra])
2018
Details
Birmingham, AL
(Birmingham–Southern)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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

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