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Arkansas women, Oregon men win 2021 DI indoor track and field championships

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1:58 am, March 14, 2021

Oregon, Arkansas have big weekends at the 2021 men’s and women’s indoor track and field championships

Kemba Nelson set a collegiate record in the women's 60M

The 2021 DI men’s and women’s indoor track and field championships have come to a close. Let’s take a look at the most notable things that happened over the three days. 

  • Oregon put up crazy numbers in the men’s championship, going on to win the team title with 79 points — the second-most points in meet history. 
  • Arkansas went on to win the women’s team title with 68 points. It’s the Razorbacks' second consecutive team title. 
  • Oregon's Charlie Hunter won the men’s 800M by a hundredth of a second. Watch it here
  • Oregon's Kemba Nelson set a collegiate record in the women’s 60M with a time of 7.05.
  • Tyra Gittens of Texas A&M won the pentathlon with 4,746 points, setting a collegiate record. She was one of the weekend’s standouts. 
  • Karel Tilga of Georgia won the heptathlon with 6,264 points.
  • JuVaughn Harrison of LSU became the first man ever in NCAA indoor track & field history to sweep the long jump and high jump at the same meet. Watch his historic long jump here

SEE FULL RESULTS: Team Results | Men’s Results | Women’s Results

1:52 am, March 14, 2021

Arkansas wins women’s indoor team title

Arkansas wins the women's indoor team title

Arkansas impressed at home even without ever coming in first place, winning the women’s team title with a total of 68 points. The Razorbacks still scored in 10 of the 11 events Saturday. 

Here’s the events the Razorbacks placed in the top 3 in: 

  • 1 mile 
  • 60M hurdles 
  • 800M 
  • 3000M 
  • DMR 

This is the second consecutive team indoor track and field title won by the Arkansas women's crew. 

1:40 am, March 14, 2021

Texas A&M wins women's 4x400M relay

Texas A&M wins the women's 4x400M relay

Texas A&M wrapped up the women's 4x400 relay Saturday night with a win at 3:26.68.

USC finished in second place at 3:27.91. Arkansas placed third at 3:28.07. 

Click here for the full results

1:13 am, March 14, 2021

BYU's Courtney Wayment wins women's 3000M

Courtney Wayment wins women's 3000M

Courtney Wayment of BYU won the women's 3000M with a time of 9:01.47. 

Lauren Gregory of Arkansas came in second at 9:01.67. Joyce Kimeli of Auburn followed with a time of 9:02.79. 

Click here for the full results

12:55 am, March 14, 2021

Kentucky's Abby Steiner wins women's 200M

Abby Steiner wins women's 200M

Abby Steiner of Kentucky tied a collegiate record with her time of 22.38 in the women's 200M. That was more than enough for first place.

Alabama's Tamara Clark placed second at 22.45 and Kynnedy Flannel of Texas finished third at 22.64. 

Click here for the full results

12:47 am, March 14, 2021

Baylor's Aaliyah Miller wins women's 800M

Aaliyah Miller won the women's 800M

Aaliyah Miller of Baylor won the women's 800M at 2:00.69.

Clemson's Laurie Barton finished second at 2:01.21 while third place went to Shafiqua Maloney of Arkansas at 2:01.22. 

Click here for the full results

12:32 am, March 14, 2021

Ackera Nugent of Baylor wins women's 60M hurdles

Ackera Nugent wins the women's 60M hurdles

Baylor's Ackera Nugent won the women's 60M hurdles Saturday night, coming away with a time of 7.92.

The race saw second place go to Daszay Freeman of Arkansas at 7.99 and Chanel Brissett of Texas in third place at 8.01. 

Click here for the full results

12:27 am, March 14, 2021

Kaelin Roberts of USC wins women's 400M

Kaelin Roberts wins the women's 400M

USC's Kaelin Roberts won the women's 400M with a time of 50.84.

Athing Mu of Texas A&M, who tried to pass Roberts late in the race, placed second at 51.03 while Talitha Diggs of Florida finished third at 51.26. 

Click here for the full results

12:19 am, March 14, 2021

Oregon's Kemba Nelson wins women's 60M

Oregon's Kemba Nelson set a collegiate record with her performance in the women's 60M. The junior won the event in a time of 7.05.

Twanisha Terry of USC placed second at 7.14 while Norfolk State's Kiara Grant finished third at 7.16. 

Click here for the full results

12:13 am, March 14, 2021

Ruth Usoro of Texas Tech wins the women's triple jump

Texas Tech's Ruth Usoro won the women's triple jump at 14.27M.

Deborah Acquah of Texas A&M placed right behind Usoro in second also at 14.27M. Florida State's Ruta Lasmane placed third at 14.15M. 

Click here for the full results

12:07 am, March 14, 2021

Sage Hurta of Colorado wins the women's 1 mile

Colorado's Sage Hurta took home first place in the women's 1 mile Saturday with a time of 4:30.58. 

Krissy Gear of Arkansas placed second at 4:32.37. Kennedy Thomson, her teammate, finished third at 4:33.95. 

Click here for the full results

9:42 pm, March 13, 2021

Oregon wins men's indoor team title with impressive performance

Oregon wins men's team title

Oregon had a men's championship to remember, finishing with 79 points and running away with the title.

Here's all the events the Ducks won: 

  • Cole Hocker in the 3000M 
  • Charlie Hunter in the 800M 
  • Micah Williams in the 60M 
  • Cole Hocker in the 1 mile 
  • Emmanuel Ihemeje in the triple jump 
  • DMR 

It's the fifth indoor team title for Oregon and fourth under head coach Robert Johnson. 

9:36 pm, March 13, 2021

North Carolina A&T wins men's 4x400M relay

North Carolina A&T wins men's 4x400 relay

North Carolina A&T won the men's 4x400M relay with a time of 3:03.16.

Click here to watch the full event

Kentucky came in second (3:03.61) and Tennessee finished third (3:04.10). 

Click here for the full results

9:28 pm, March 13, 2021

Baylor's KC Lightfoot wins men's pole vault

KC Lightfoot wins men's pole vault

KC Lightfoot placed No. 1 in men's pole vault at 5.93M.

BYU's Zach McWhorter finished second at 5.80M and Kansas' Zach Bradford came in third at 5.70M. 

Click here for the full results

9:20 pm, March 13, 2021

Cole Hocker wins men's 3000M to clinch team title for Oregon

Oregon continued its dominance Saturday, with Cole Hocker (7:46.15) and Cooper Teare (7:46.23) coming in first and second in the men's 3000M. 

Click here to watch the full event

Mario Garcia Romo of Ole Miss placed third at 7:48.59. 

Click here for the full results

9:12 pm, March 13, 2021

Georgia's Matthew Boling takes men's 200M

Matthew Boling wins the men's 200M

Matthew Boling of Georgia won the men's 200M at 20.19.

Click here to watch the full event

LSU's Terrance Laird finished right behind him at 20.20 while Florida's Joseph Fahnbulleh came in third at 20.38. 

Click here for full results

8:51 pm, March 13, 2021

Oregon's Charlie Hunter edges out win in men's 800M

Charlie Hunter barely edged out Finley McLear

A hundredth of a second. 

That's how close the finish was between Oregon's Charlie Hunter and Miami of Ohio's Finley McLear. Hunter (1:45.90) barely edged out McLear (1:45.91) for the win. 

Click here to watch the crazy finish

Texas Tech's Takieddine Hedeilli finished third at 1:46.84. 

Click here for the full results

8:26 pm, March 13, 2021

LSU's Noah Williams wins men's 400M

Noah Williams wins the men's 400M

Noah Williams of LSU finds himself a national champion after winning the men's 400M with a time of 44.71.

Click here to watch the full event

North Carolina A&T's Randolph Ross finished No. 2 at 44.99 while Jacory Patterson placed third at 45.14. 

Click here for the full results

8:20 pm, March 13, 2021

Oregon's Micah Williams wins men's 60M

In the first three men's events scored on Saturday afternoon, Oregon found themselves as the winners in all of them. Micah Williams rounded out the trio, finishing in first place at 6.49 in the men's 60M.

Click here to watch Williams' winning run

Florida's Raymond Ekevwo finished No. 2 at 6.54 while Rikkoi Brathwaite placed third at 6.56. 

Click here for the full results

8:18 pm, March 13, 2021

Cole Hocker of Oregon wins men's 1 mile

Cole Hocker of Oregon became a national champion by winning the men's 1 mile with a time of 3:53.71. 

Click here to watch the winning performance

Alabama's Eluid Kipsang finished in second at 3:55.93 while Waleed Suliman of Ole Miss placed third at 3:57.26. 

Click here for full results.  

8:06 pm, March 13, 2021

Oregon's Emmanuel Ihemeje wins men's triple jump

Emmanuel Ihemeje won the men's triple jump

Emmanuel Ihemeje of Oregon won the men's triple jump Saturday afternoon at 17.26M. 

The event saw Chengetayi Mapaya of TCU take second place at 16.95M and Tennessee's Carey McLeod finish third at 16.93M. 

Click here for full results

6:52 pm, March 13, 2021

Day 3: DI Indoor Track & Field championship continues

Day 3 of the DI Indoor Track & Field Championship

It's the final day of the DI indoor track & field championship in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The photo above displays the full schedule of events. Here are more ways to follow along:

After two days, Texas A&M leads the women's side with 26 points. LSU and Georgia are tied for second with 23 points apiece. On the men's side, LSU and Georgia are tied for first place with 20 points each. Florida State rounds out the top three with 17 points. 

3:07 am, March 13, 2021

Results, standings from Day 2 of the 2021 men’s and women’s indoor track and field championships

JuVaughn Harrison had memorable performances on Day 2

Day 2 of the 2021 men’s and women’s indoor track and field championships has come to a close. Let's take a look at what happened. 

Oregon won the men’s DMR with a time of 9:19.98 — good for No. 2 in NCAA track & field history.

  • Here's how the field events broke down: 
    • Men's shot put: Turner Washington of Arizona State (21.36M) 
    • Men's high jump: JuVaughn Harrison of LSU (2.30M) 
    • Men’s long jump: JuVaughn Harrison of LSU (8.45M) 
    • Women’s shot put: Adelaide Aquilla of Ohio State (18.12M) 
    • Women’s high jump: Tyra Gittens of Texas A&M (1.90M) 
    • Women’s long jump: Tara Davis of Texas (6.93M) 
    • Women’s pole vault: Lisa Gunnarsson of LSU (4.56M) 
  • JuVaughn Harrison became the first man ever in NCAA indoor track & field history to sweep the long jump and high jump national titles at the same meet. Here's his historic long jump
  • Tara Davis set the new collegiate record with her winning performance in the long jump. 
  • Wesley Kiptoo of Iowa State ran the men’s 5000M with gloves on…and won the race with a time of 13:23.77. 
  • Oregon won the men’s DMR with a time of 9:19.98.
  • Joyce Kimeli of Auburn took home first place in the women’s 5000M with a time of 15:48.98.  
  • BYU won the women's DMR with a time of 10:52.96 
  • After two days and seven out of 17 events scored, LSU and Georgia are tied for the lead on the men’s side with 20 points. Florida State sits in third with 17 points. 
  • Texas A&M sits in first place with 26 points on the women's side. LSU and Georgia are tied for second place with 23 points apiece. 

SEE FULL RESULTS: Team Results | Men’s Results | Women’s Results 

3:02 am, March 13, 2021

BYU wins women's DMR final

BYU wins the women's DMR final

BYU came out of the women's DMR final victorious Friday night, putting up a time of 10:52.96.

Arkansas (10:57.19) and Florida State (10:59.16) came in second and third place behind BYU.

Click here for the full results.

2:44 am, March 13, 2021

Lisa Gunnarsson of LSU wins women's pole vault final

Lisa Gunnarsson wins the women's pole vault final

LSU's Lisa Gunnarsson came away from the women's pole vault final victorious with a 4.56M. 

Kayla Smith of Georgia finished in second place at 4.41M while High Point's Sydney Horn ended in third with a 4.41M. 

Click here for the full results

2:39 am, March 13, 2021

Auburn's Joyce Kimeli wins women's 5000M final

Joyce Kimeli wins the women's 5000M final

Joyce Kimeli of Auburn took home first place in the women's 5000M final with a time of 15:48.98.

The race saw second place go to Minnesota's Bethany Hasz (15:49.62) and third place to Elly Henes of NC State.

Click here for the full results.

1:50 am, March 13, 2021

Tara Davis of Texas wins women's long jump final

Texas' Tara Davis posted an incredible performance in the women's long jump, coming in first place at 6.93M. That mark was good for a collegiate record.

Florida's Claire Bryant came in second at 6.70M while Tyra Gittens of Texas A&M placed third at 6.68M.

Click here for the full results.

12:09 am, March 13, 2021

Texas A&M's Tyra Gittens wins women's high jump final

Tyra Gittens won the women's high jump Friday

Tyra Gittens of Texas A&M built on her strong Thursday by winning the women's high jump final at 1.90M. Gittens won the pentathlon on Thursday, setting a collegiate record with 4,746 points.

South Carolina's Rachel Glenn finished second in the high jump at 1.87M while Anna Hall of Georgia finished just a tiny bit behind her for third place.

Click here for the full results.

10:04 pm, March 12, 2021

Oregon wins men's DMR final

Oregon wins the men's DMR final

Oregon took home first place in the men's DMR final Friday afternoon with a time of 9:19.98.

Watch Oregon's impressive win after falling behind early. 

Ole Miss finished second at 9:20.75 while Texas placed third at 9:32.73.

Click here for full results.

9:53 pm, March 12, 2021

LSU's JuVaughn Harrison wins men's long jump final

LSU's JuVaughn Harrison impressed in the men's long jump final

JuVaughn Harrison of LSU put up an impressive performance in the men's long jump final, winning at 8.45M. 

Watch Harrison's incredible jump, which even shocked the announcers. 

Florida State's Isaac Grimes finished in second at 8.35M while Carey McLeod of Tennessee placed third at 8.26M. 

Click here for the full results.  

9:25 pm, March 12, 2021

Iowa State's Wesley Kiptoo wins men's 5000M final

Iowa State's Wesley Kiptoo is the National Champion in the men's 5000M, winning with a time of 13:23.77.

Watch Kiptoo's impressive performance here. And yes, the gloves are included. 

In second place was Colorado State's Eric Hamer at 13:29.60 while Michigan State's Morgan Beadlescomb finished third at 13:29.96.

Click here for the full results.

8:33 pm, March 12, 2021

Ohio State's Adelaide Aquilla takes women's shot put

Ohio State's Adelaide Aquilla wins the women's shot put.

Ohio State's Adelaide Aquilla won the women's shot put with a score of 18.12 m.

Coming in second was Arizona's Samantha Noennig (17.69 m) and Arizona State's Jorinde Van Klinken finished third (17.56 m).

Click here for a complete look at the scoring.

7:19 pm, March 12, 2021

LSU's JuVaughn Harrison takes men's high jump

LSU's JuVaughn Harrison finished first in men's high jump.

LSU's JuVaughn Harrison finished first in men's high jump at 2.30 m. 

USC's Earnie Sears came in second at 2.24 m and Kansas State's Tejaswin Shankar came in third at 2.24 m.

Click here to see the full results.

7:04 pm, March 12, 2021

Arizona State's Turner Washington wins men's shot put

Arizona State's Turner Washington wins men's shot put.

Turner Washington (above, in 2021) of Arizona State won the men's shot put with a score of 21.36 m.

USC's McKay Johnson (20.19 m) and North Dakota State's Alex Talley (19.85 m) finished behind him.

Click here for the full results.

5:42 pm, March 12, 2021

Day 2: DI Indoor Track and Field championship continues

Follow along for Day 2 of the DI indoor track and field championships.
Follow along for Day 2 of the DI indoor track and field championships.
Follow along for Day 2 of the DI indoor track and field championships.

It's day two of the DI indoor track and field championship in Fayetteville, Arkansas. You can see the full schedule for today's events in the screenshot above. Here's more ways to follow:

At the end of day one, Notre Dame led the women's side with 13 points. Ole Miss was second with 11. Texas A&M's Tyra Gittens broke a collegiate record to win the pentathlon and Georgia's Kyle Garland leads the men's heptathlon. 

11:56 pm, March 11, 2021

Results, standings from Day 1 of the 2021 men’s and women’s indoor track and field championships

Tyra Gittens won the women's pentathlon Thursday

Day 1 of the 2021 DI men's and women's indoor track and field championships has come to a close, and it's time to take a look at what went down.

  • Texas A&M's Tyra Gittens posted a collegiate record with 4,746 points to win the pentathlon.
  • The record Gittens broke was set exactly 5 years ago to the day by Georgia's Kendell Williams when she put up 4,703.
  • Georgia's Kyle Garland leads the men's heptathlon through one day. There are still three events left on Friday, but the sophomore finished first in the high jump and third in the shot put. He has 3,555 points.
  • Through one day and only two of 17 events scored, Notre Dame leads the women’s side with 13 points. Ole Miss sits in second with 11 followed by Louisville and Texas A&M in third with 10 points. 
  • Louisville's Makenli Forrest won the women's weight throw. Florida's Thomas Mardal won the men's weight throw. 

SEE FULL RESULTS: Team Results | Men's Results | Women's Results 

1:32 am, March 12, 2021

Mardal of Florida, Forrest of Louisville win men's and women's weight throw titles

Thomas Mardal won the men's weight throw on Thursday.

In the men's weight throw, Thomas Mardal came in first place with a 24.46M.

Israel Oloyede of Arizona placed second (23.79M) while Manning Plater of Illinois finished third (22.73M).

On the women's side, things were extremely close. Louisville's Makenli Forrest took home first place with a 23.26M.

Rachel Tanczos of Notre Dame barely came in second (23.24M) while Shey Taiwo of Ole Miss placed third (22.94M).

FULL RESULTS: Men's Results | Women's Results 

11:11 pm, March 11, 2021

Texas A&M's Gittens sets collegiate record, wins pentathlon

Tyra Gittens had an incredible day en route to winning the women's pentathlon

Tyra Gittens of Texas A&M posted a performance to remember on Thursday.

The junior earned a collegiate record 4,746 points, which guided her to a first place finish in the women's pentathlon. The previous record was held by Georgia's Kendall Williams when she scored 4,703 on the same date in 2016. 

Anna Hall of Georgia and Erin Marsh of Duke finished second and third.

Click here for a complete look at the scoring.

9:56 pm, March 11, 2021

Georgia's Kyle Garland leads men's heptathlon through Thursday

Kyle Garland wins the men's heptathlon

Kyle Garland of Georgia finished Thursday's men's heptathlon events in first place with a score of 3,555.

Leo Neugebauer of Texas, who carried the lead for most of the day, sits in second while Georgia's Karel Tilga ended up in third place.

There are still three more events in the heptathlon to complete on Friday: 

  • 60M hurdles 
  • Pole vault 
  • 1000M  

Click here for a complete look at the scores from Thursday.

7:56 pm, March 11, 2021

Full heptathlon standings after men's shot put

Leo Neugebauer leads the men's heptathlon after the shot put

In the heptathlon men's shot put, Georgia's Karel Tilga finished first at 16.04M.

Oregon's Max Vollmer (15.82M) and Georgia's Kyle Garland (15.41M) finished second and third.

Click here for complete results from the heptathlon men's shot put.

7:46 pm, March 11, 2021

Full pentathlon standings after women's high jump

Texas A&M's Tyra Gittens leads the women's pentathlon standings

In the pentathlon women's high jump, Texas A&M's Tyra Gittens strengthened her lead atop the day's standings at 1.93M, which was good for first place.

Georgia's Anna Hall (1.87M) and Kentucky's Annika Williams (1.81M) finished second and third.

Click here for the complete results of the event.

6:47 pm, March 11, 2021

Texas' Leo Neugebauer wins heptathlon men's long jump

Leo Neugebauer won the men's long jump

Leo Neugebauer of Texas won the heptathlon men's long jump at 7.87M.

Georgia's Karel Tilga (7.62M) and Pittsburgh's Felix Wolter (7.58) finished behind him.

Click here for the full results.

6:40 pm, March 11, 2021

Duke's Erin Marsh takes the pentathlon women's 60M hurdles

Erin Marsh wins the women's 60M hurdles

Erin Marsh of Duke finished first in the pentathlon women's 60M hurdles at 8.13.

Tyra Gittens of Texas A&M came in second at 8.27. Shayla Broughton of Mississippi State finished third at 8.37.

Click here for the complete results.

5:25 pm, March 11, 2021

Michigan's Ayden Owens takes the heptathlon men's 60M

Ayden Owens wins the men's 60M heptathlon

Ayden Owens of Michigan won the first event of the day, which was the heptathlon men's 60M. He did it with a time of 6.82.

Etamar Bhastekar from Arkansas came in second in 6.91. Peyton Haack of Iowa finished third in 6.96

3:15 pm, March 11, 2021

Day 1: DI Indoor Track and Field championship begins today

Day 1 schedule

Today is day one of the DI indoor track and field championship in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The championship continues until March 13.

Today's schedule includes events in the men's heptathlon and women's pentathlon. You can see the full schedule in the screenshot above. Here's more ways to follow:

1:43 am, March 3, 2021

2021 NCAA Division I men's and women's indoor track and field championship selections revealed

INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Track and Field and Cross Country Committee has announced the participants who will compete in the 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships.

The championships, hosted by the University of Arkansas, will be held March 11-13 at the Randal Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas.  This is a closed event and fans will not be allowed in attendance.

The complete list of participants is available here.

Live championship coverage will be streamed on ESPN3. Additional details on times of the live ESPN3 coverage will be forthcoming. A re-air of the championship will take place starting at 9 p.m. Eastern time Sunday, March 14 on ESPNU. 

For more information regarding the Division I indoor track and field championships, click or tap here.

7:21 pm, February 19, 2021

Everything you need to know for Tuesday's selections

When: The 2021 DI indoor track and field championship selections will be on Tuesday, March 2.
Where: The selections will be released here on NCAA.com.

The 2021 men's and women's individual and team championships will be decided over three days — Thursday through Saturday, March 11-13. University of Arkansas will play host at Randal Tyson Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas. 

7:21 pm, February 19, 2021

DI indoor track and field championship history

2019's indoor track and field championships were swept by the SEC, with Florida men and Arkansas women clinching the national titles in Birmingham, Alabama. Click or tap here for the full results, team and individual, from the 2019 championships.

The 2020 championships were canceled amid COVID-19 concerns. Here is the complete team national championship history for Division I men's and women's indoor track and field:

DI MEN

YEAR CHAMPION COACH POINTS RUNNER-UP POINTS HOST OR SITE
2019 Florida Mike Holloway 55 Houston 44 Birmingham, Alabama
2018 Florida Mike Holloway 40 USC 37 College Station, Texas
2017 Texas A&M Pat Henry 46 Florida 45.5 College Station, Texas
2016 Oregon Robert Johnson 62 Arkansas 39 Birmingham, Alabama
2015 Oregon Robert Johnson 74 Florida 50 Fayetteville, Ark.
2014 Oregon Robert Johnson 62 Arkansas 54 New Mexico
2013 Arkansas Chris Bucknam 74 Florida 59 Arkansas
2012 Florida Mike Holloway 52 Arkansas 47 Boise State
2011 Florida Mike Holloway 52 Texas A&M 40 College Station, Texas
2010 Florida Mike Holloway 57 Oregon/Texas A&M 44 Arkansas
2009 Oregon Vin Lananna 54 Florida 36 Texas A&M
2008 Arizona State Greg Kraft 44 Florida State 41 Arkansas
2007 Wisconsin Ed Nuttycombe 40 Florida State 35 Arkansas
2006 Arkansas John McDonnell 53 LSU 41 Arkansas
2005 Arkansas John McDonnell 56 Florida 46 Arkansas
2004 LSU Pat Henry 44 *Arkansas/Florida 38 Arkansas
2003 Arkansas John McDonnell 54 Auburn 30 Arkansas
2002 Tennessee Bill Webb 62.5 Alabama 47 Arkansas
2001 LSU Pat Henry 34 TCU 33 Arkansas
2000 Arkansas John McDonnell 69.5 Stanford 52 Arkansas
1999 Arkansas John McDonnell 65 Stanford 42.5 Indianapolis
1998 Arkansas John McDonnell 56 Stanford 36.5 Indianapolis
1997 Arkansas John McDonnell 59 Auburn 27 Indianapolis
1996 George Mason John Cook 39 Nebraska 31.5 Indianapolis
1995 Arkansas John McDonnell 59 George Mason/Tennessee 26 Indianapolis
1994 Arkansas John McDonnell 94 Tennessee 40 Indianapolis
1993 Arkansas John McDonnell 66 Clemson 30 Indianapolis
1992 Arkansas John McDonnell 53 Clemson 46 Indianapolis
1991 Arkansas John McDonnell 34 Georgetown 27 Indianapolis
1990 Arkansas John McDonnell 44 Florida 29 Indianapolis
1989 Arkansas John McDonnell 34 Florida 31 Indianapolis
1988 Arkansas John McDonnell 34 Illinois 29 Oklahoma City
1987 Arkansas John McDonnell 39 SMU 31 Oklahoma City
1986 Arkansas John McDonnell 49 Villanova 22 Oklahoma City
1985 Arkansas John McDonnell 70 Tennessee 29 Syracuse, N.Y.
1984 Arkansas John McDonnell 38 Washington State 28 Syracuse, N.Y.
1983 SMU Ted McLaughlin 43 Villanova 32 Pontiac, Mich.
1982 UTEP John Wedel 67 Arkansas 30 Pontiac, Mich.
1981 UTEP Ted Banks 76 SMU 51 Detroit
1980 UTEP Ted Banks 76 Villanova 42 Detroit
1979 Villanova Jim Elliott 52 UTEP 51 Detroit
1978 UTEP Ted Banks 44 Auburn 38 Detroit
1977 Washington State John Chaplin 25.5 UTEP 25 Detroit
1976 UTEP Ted Banks 23 Villanova 15 Detroit
1975 UTEP Ted Banks 36 Kansas 17.5 Detroit
1974 UTEP Ted Banks 19 Colorado 18 Detroit
1973 Manhattan Fred Dwyer 18 Kansas/Kent State/UTEP 12 Detroit
1972 Southern California Vern Wolfe 19 Bowling Green/Michigan State 18 Detroit
1971 Villanova Jim Elliott 22 UTEP 19.25 Detroit
1970 Kansas Bob Timmons 27.5 Villanova 26 Detroit
1969 Kansas Bob Timmons 41.5 Villanova 33 Detroit
1968 Villanova Jim Elliott 35.3 Southern California 25 Detroit
1967 Southern California Vern Wolfe 26 Oklahoma 17 Detroit
1966 Kansas Bob Timmons 14 Southern California 13 Detroit
1965 Missouri Tom Botts 14 Oklahoma State 12 Detroit

*Second-place finish vacated by the NCAA Committee on Infractions.

DI WOMEN

YEAR CHAMPION COACH POINTS RUNNER-UP POINTS SITE
2019 Arkansas Lance Harter 62 Southern California 51 Birmingham, Alabama
2018 Georgia Petros Kyprianou 61 Arkansas 49 Texas A&M
2017 Oregon Robert Johnson 84 Georgia 51 Texas A&M
2016 Oregon Robert Johnson 53 Arkansas 50 Birmingham, Alabama
2015 Arkansas Lance Harter 63 Oregon 46 1/2  Fayetteville, Arkansas
2014 Oregon Robert Johnson 44 Texas 43 1/2 New Mexico
2013 Oregon Robert Johnson 56 Kansas 44 Arkansas
2012 Oregon Vin Lananna 49 Kansas 30 Boise State
2011 Oregon Vin Lananna 67 Texas 38 Texas A&M
2010 Oregon Vin Lananna 61 Tennessee 36 Arkansas
2009 Tennessee J.J. Clark 42 Texas A&M 37 Texas A&M
2008 Arizona State Greg Kraft 51 LSU 43 Arkansas
2007 Arizona State Greg Kraft 38 LSU 33 Arkansas
2006 Texas Bev Kearney 51 Stanford 36 Arkansas
2005 Tennessee J.J. Clark 46 Florida 36 Arkansas
2004 LSU Pat Henry 52 Florida 51 Arkansas
2003 LSU Pat Henry 62 Florida, South Carolina 44 Arkansas
2002 LSU Pat Henry 57 UCLA 43 Arkansas
2001 UCLA Jeanette Bolden 53 1/2 South Carolina 40 Arkansas
2000 UCLA Jeanette Bolden 51 South Carolina 41 Arkansas
1999 Texas Bev Kearney 61 LSU 57 Indianapolis
1998 Texas Bev Kearney 60 LSU 30 Indianapolis
1997 LSU Pat Henry 49 Texas, Wisconsin 39 Indianapolis
1996 LSU Pat Henry 52 Georgia 34 Indianapolis
1995 LSU Pat Henry 40 UCLA 37 Indianapolis
1994 LSU Pat Henry 48 Alabama 29 Indianapolis
1993 LSU Pat Henry 49 Wisconsin 44 Indianapolis
1992 Florida Bev Kearney 50 Stanford 26 Indianapolis
1991 LSU Pat Henry 48 Texas 39 Indianapolis
1990 Texas Terry Crawford 50 Wisconsin 26 Indianapolis
1989 LSU Pat Henry 61 Villanova 34 Indianapolis
1988 Texas Terry Crawford 71 Villanova 52 Oklahoma City
1987 LSU Billy Maxwell 49 Tennessee 30 Oklahoma City
1986 Texas Terry Crawford 31 Southern California, Tennesee 26 Oklahoma City
1985 Florida State Gary Winckler 34 Texas 32 Syracuse, N.Y.
1984 Nebraska Gary Pepin 59 Tennessee 48 Syracuse, N.Y.
1983 Nebraska Gary Pepin 47 Tennessee 44 Pontiac, Mich.

 

TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS  
LSU  11
Oregon  7
Texas  6
Arizona State  2
Nebraska 2
Tenneessee  2
UCLA  2
Arkansas  1
Florida  1
Florida State 
Georgia 1