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The Texas Longhorns are the 2021 DI men's swimming and diving champions

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Texas captures the 2021 men's swimming and diving championship
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12:59 am, March 28, 2021

πŸ†The Texas Longhorns are your 2021 DI men's swimming and diving champions

After four days of competition at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C, the University of Texas is the 2021 DI men's swimming and diving champion. Texas scored 595 team points beating second-place Cal by 27 points. The Longhorns' scoring was powered by first-place relay performances in the 800-yard freestyle relay and the 400-yard medley relay that set a United States record.  Texas diver Jordan Windle added to Texas' first-place finishes with a win in the one-meter diving event.

For full results of the 2021 DI men's swimming and diving championships, click or tap here.

12:53 am, March 28, 2021

Cal is your 400-yard freestyle champions

The California Golden Bears are your 400-yard freestyle champions!  The Golden Bears finished with a time of 2:46.60 to cap off the final event of 2021 championships.

You can click or tap here to see the full results.

12:13 am, March 28, 2021

Purdue's Brandon Loschiavo wins the 2021 men's platform diving championship

Purdue senior Brandon Loschiavo is your 2021 DI men's platform diving champion with a score of 469.05. Loschiavo's fellow Boilermaker, junior Ben Brambley, finished second in the event.

You can click or tap here to see the full results.

11:24 pm, March 27, 2021

Nicolas Albiero wins 200-yard butterfly final

University of Louisville senior Nicolas Albiero won the 200-yard butterfly championship with a time of 1:38.64. Albiero is Louisville's first individual winner since 2014 and just the third ever in program history.

You can click or tap here to see the full results.

11:04 pm, March 27, 2021

University of Minnesota's Max McHugh wins 200-yard breaststroke NCAA championship

Max McHugh became a two-time champion after swimming the 8th fastest time ever in the 200-yard breaststroke final.  McHugh broke Minnesota's individual title drought earlier in the weekend and added to it with a 1:49.02 swim in the 200-yard breaststroke.

You can click or tap here to see the full results.

10:50 pm, March 27, 2021

Cal's Ryan Hoffer wins 3rd 2021 Championship

Cal's Ryan Hoffer continued his dominant weekend with a first-place finish in the 100-yard freestyle, his third NCAA title of the weekend.  Hoffer's pool-record time of 40.89 helps keep Cal in the thick of the standings for team championship.

 

You can click or tap here to see the full results.

10:37 pm, March 27, 2021

Texas A&M's Shaine Casas wins 3rd NCAA championship of the weekend

Texas A&M junior Shaine Casas won his 3rd NCAA Championship in the 200-yard backstroke. Casas finished 0.03 seconds away from setting a new record in the event with a time of 1:35.75. The race came down to the wire as Cal's Destin Lasco finished in second place with the third fastest time in history.

 

You can click or tap here to see the full results.

10:26 pm, March 27, 2021

University of Florida junior Bobby Finke wins 2nd NCAA Title

University of Florida junior Bobby Finke is your new 1650-yard freestyle champion! Finke finished with a time of 14:12.52 and now owns the three fastest times in the event. It is Finke's second title of the 2021 DI men's swimming and diving championships.

 

You can click or tap here to see the full results.

6:46 pm, March 27, 2021

Day 4 preliminary results

The fourth day of the 2021 DI men's swimming and diving championships continued with preliminary events on Saturday, March 27. The morning featured five preliminary events as teams looked to catch Texas in the rankings.  In the morning's preliminary round, we saw the first swim-off of the championships with Florida senior Clark Beach and Virginia junior Justin Grender competed for a spot in the 200-yard backstroke finals. Beach would go on to advance finishing 0.94 seconds ahead of Grender.

Check out the top finisher in each prelim below and see the complete list of finalists here.

The Day 4 finals begin at 6 p.m. | Watch Live | Results|

12:54 pm, March 27, 2021

DI men's swimming and diving championship concludes today

The 2021 DI men's swimming and diving championship will conclude today. Below you can find the complete schedule for today's events at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C. By the conclusion of today's events a new national champion will be crowned. 

Order of events | Watch live | Results

  • 10 a.m. finals
  • 6 p.m. finals
  • 1,650-yard Freestyle
  • 200-yard Backstroke
  • 100-yard Freestyle
  • 200-yard Breaststroke
  • 200-yard Butterfly
  • 400-yard Freestyle Relay
  • Platform Diving

Texas was leading the team rankings after Day 3, with Cal and Florida behind them. 

Team rankings through day 3:

  1. Texas
  2. California
  3. Florida
  4. Georgia
  5. Indiana
  6. Louisville
  7. Texas A&M
  8. NC State
  9. Ohio State
  10. Virginia

You can view the full results from the first two days here.

12:48 am, March 27, 2021

Texas takes lead as 7 champions are named on day 3

Seven national champions were crowned on day three at the 2021 NCAA men's swimming and diving championships from Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C.

Minnesota junior Max McHugh set a Golden Gopher program record with his blistering 50.18 time in the 100-yard breaststroke. Texas A&M won their first ever NCAA championship with the 200-yard individual medley last night, but they weren't finished, or should I say he wasn't finished. Junior Shaine Casas secured the 200-yard IM win last night, then continued his run to take the 100-yard backstroke tonight. Two NCAA championships for Shaine Casas. Two NCAA championships for the Texas A&M Aggies. Andrew Capobianco went back-to-back in the three-meter dive competition, finishing with a score of 505.20 to win the NCAA championship for the second straight year.

Team rankings through day 3:

  1. Texas
  2. California
  3. Florida
  4. Georgia
  5. Indiana
  6. Louisville
  7. Texas A&M
  8. NC State
  9. Ohio State
  10. Virginia

You can view the full results from the first two days here.

The 2021 NCAA DI men's swimming and diving championships resume Saturday at 10 a.m. ET.

12:30 am, March 27, 2021

Louisville takes home last championship of the night with 200-yard medley

Louisville's relay team of junior Mitchell Whyte, senior Evgenii Somov, senior Nicolas Albiero, and sophomore Haridi Sameh set a U of L and ACC record with their time of 1:22.11 in the 200-yard medley relay.

The win was the first NCAA championship Louisville has won in a relay competition. This pushes the Cardinals. into sixth place in the team standings at the conclusion of day three.

Florida's Adam Chaney, Dillon Hillis, Eric Friese and Will Davis finished in second with a time of 1:22.41 and in third, with a time of 1:22.43, Cal's Daniel Carr, Reece Whitley, Ryan Hoffer, and Bjorn Seeliger. You can view the full results here.

12:10 am, March 27, 2021

Indiana's Andrew Copabianco goes back-to-back in 3 meter diving championships

Indiana junior Andrew Capobianco wins the three meter diving NCAA championship with a score of 505.20. It's Capobianco's second straight NCAA championship in this event.

Capobianco was followed by Texas senior Jordan Windle, winner of the one-meter dive competition Thursday night, and LSU's Juan Hernandez to round out the top three. You can view the full results here.

11:20 pm, March 26, 2021

Texas A&M's Shaine Casas wins 2nd NCAA championship of the weekend

Texas A&M junior Shaine Casas is having himself a weekend. Casas picked up his second NCAA championship this year with his 44.20 in the 100-yard backstroke. You can view the full results here.

Shaine Casas already made history this weekend. His win in the 200-yard individual medley Thursday night was Texas A&M's first ever NCAA champion in swimming.

11:04 pm, March 26, 2021

Minnesota junior Max McHugh wins 100-yard breaststroke NCAA championship

Minnesota makes their first impression on the NCAA championships with junior Max McHugh's strong victory in the 100-yard breaststroke. McHugh's 50.18 was a Golden Gopher record.

McHugh and Minnesota were followed by a pair of powerhouses in the results. Florida junior Dillon Hillis took second with a 50.96 and Cal junior Reece Whitley grabbed third with a time of 51.03. You can view the full results here. 

10:49 pm, March 26, 2021

Gators grab second championship of the night in 200-yard freestyle

Florida junior Kieran Smith secured the second national championship for the Gators on the night with his 1:30.10 in the 200-yard freestyle.

Smith came back late to steal the victory from Texas junior Drew Kibler. Both Cal and Texas picked up valuable points though. Cal senior Trenton Julian took third, while Texas senior Jake Sannem took fourth. Texas' strong performance on the night has them extending their lead in the points over Cal.

You can view the full results here.

10:40 pm, March 26, 2021

Cal senior Ryan Hoffer secures 100-yard butterfly championship

Seven tenths of a second is all that separated Cal senior Ryan Hoffer and Louisville senior Nicolas Albiero in the pursuit of the 100-yard butterfly championship. Hoffer's 44.25 was just enough to take first.

Georgia senior Camden Murphy and Texas senior Alvin Jiang rounded out the top four. You can view the full results here.

10:17 pm, March 26, 2021

Florida junior Bobby Finke takes the 400-yard IM championship

It turns out Gators might be long in the pool instead of the swamp! Florida junior Bobby Finke put out a blistering 23.83 on his last 50 yards to take the 400-yard individual medley crown. 

Texas freshman Carson Foster finished in second, the highest of four Longhorns finishing in the top eight. Texas accrued 55 points in the 400-yard IM finals to retake the lead from California. 

You can view the full results here.

9:54 pm, March 26, 2021

Follow along with live updates from the Day 3 finals

The day three finals have begun at the 2021 NCAA DI men's swimming and diving championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C. 

Order of events | Watch live | Results

  • 400-yard Individual Medley
  • 100-yard Butterfly
  • 200-yard Freestyle
  • 100-yard Breaststroke
  • 100-yard Backstroke
  • Three-meter Diving
  • 200-yard Medley Relay

Preliminary results from day three can be found here.

1:14 pm, March 26, 2021

Keep up with Day 3 of the 2021 DI men's swimming and diving championships

The 2021 DI men's swimming and diving championships picked back up on Friday, March 26. It's the third day of competition on the men's side, which features six events in morning preliminaries and seven finals this evening. California is atop the team leaderboard through the second night after picking up first and second-place finishes in Thursday's two team relays as well as a 1-2 individual finish in the 50-yard freestyle.

Here is the full schedule of events for March 26, along with the top finisher in each prelim:

Trials | 10 a.m. | Watch live | Results

Finals | 6 p.m. | Watch live | Results

  • 400-yard Individual Medley
  • 100-yard Butterfly
  • 200-yard Freestyle
  • 100-yard Breaststroke
  • 100-yard Backstroke
  • Three-meter Diving
  • 200-yard Medley Relay
1:04 am, March 26, 2021

Six champions named on day 2 of NCAA men's swimming and diving championships

Six national champions were crowned on day two at the 2021 NCAA men's swimming and diving championships from Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C.

Georgia freshman Jake Magahey set an NCAA championship meet record in the 500-yard freestyle. Texas A&M won the first national championship in program history as junior Shaine Casas took first in the 200-yard individual medley. The night concluded with another record breaker. The 400-yard medley relay team for Texas consisting of Chris Staka, Caspar Corbeau, Alvin Jiang, and Daniel Kruger set a United States record with a time of 3:00.23.

Team rankings through day 2:

  1. California
  2. Texas
  3. Florida
  4. Georgia
  5. Texas A&M
  6. NC State
  7. Indiana
  8. Louisville
  9. Michigan
  10. Virginia

You can view the full results from the first two days here.

The 2021 NCAA DI men's swimming and diving championships resume Friday at 10 a.m. ET.

12:56 am, March 26, 2021

Texas hoists trophy in 400-yard medley relay

The relay team of senior Chris Staka, sophomore Caspar Corbeau, senior Alvin Jiang, junior Daniel Kruger set a United States record en route to a championship in the 400-yard medley relay with their time of 3:00:23.

In the last event of the evening, the Longhorn relay team topped the combo of Destin Lasco, Reece Whitley, Ryan Hoffer, and Bjorn Seeliger for Cal (3:00.73) and Adam Chaney, Dillon Hillis, Eric Friese, Kieran Smith for Florida (3:01.51).

You can view the full results here.

12:18 am, March 26, 2021

Texas Longhorns goes one, two in one-meter diving finals

Texas senior Jordan Windle ran away with the crown in the one meter diving finals, finishing with a score of 435.60.

Have no fear Texas fans, it appears the next dominant force in diving for the Longhorns has arrived. Freshman Noah Duperre placed second, narrowly beating out LSU senior Juan Hernandez by a slim margin for silver.

You can view the full results here.

11:56 pm, March 25, 2021

Cal senior Ryan Hoffer wins 50-yard freestyle title

Cal senior Ryan Hoffer got his second taste of gold tonight. After pulling the second leg in the Golden Bears 200-yard freestyle relay win, Hoffer takes the 50-yard freestyle title with a time of 18.33.

Hoffer wasn't the only Golden Bear though, Freshman Bjorn Seeliger took the silver with a time of 18.71, while Florida freshman Adam Chaney took bronze with a 18.88. Both Seeliger and Chaney also placed with their respective school's 200-yard freestyle relay team.

You can view the full results here.

11:48 pm, March 25, 2021

Texas A&M earns first NCAA championship in program history

It's a historic evening for the Texas A&M men's swimming program as junior Shaine Casas becomes the first NCAA champion in program history. Casas posted a 1:39:53 in the 200-yard individual medley to hoist the trophy.

Golden Bears rounded out the top three. Two hundredths of a second separated second and third place for junior Hugo Gonzalez and freshman Destin Lasco. The strong finish continues Cal's strong run Thursday evening.

You can view the full results here.

11:35 pm, March 25, 2021

Georgia's Jake Magahey wins 500-yard freestlye championship

A tenth of a second is all that separated this year's champion and second place winner in the 500-yard freestyle.

Georgia freshman Jake Magahey set an NCAA championship meet record to take the championship with a time of 4:07:97. Florida junior Kieran Smith placed a crazy close second with a time of 4:08:07. Third place went to Arizona senior Brooks Fail.

You can view the full results here.

10:34 pm, March 25, 2021

Cal takes the crown in the 200-yard freestyle relay

Cal wins the NCAA championship in the 200-yard freestyle relay in a close contest. Freshman Bjorn Seeliger, Senior Ryan Hoffer, Senior Daniel Carr and Senior Nate Biondi take the crown with a time of 1:14:36. 

Cal was followed by the foursome from Florida with freshman Adam Chaney, junior Will Davis, junior Kieran Smith, and sophomore Eric Friese posting a 1:14:48. Alabama placed third to round things out.

You can view the full result here.

 

10:07 pm, March 25, 2021

Day two finals are underway

The day two finals have begun at the 2021 NCAA DI men's swimming and diving championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C. 

Order of events | Watch live | Results

  • 200-yard Freestyle Relay
  • 500-yard Freestyle
  • 200-yard Individual Medley
  • 50-yard Freestyle
  • 400-yard Medley Relay
  • One-meter Diving

Preliminary results from day two can be found below.

7:12 pm, March 25, 2021

Day 2 preliminary results

The final preliminary event of Day 2, one-meter diving, has concluded bringing an end to the day's preliminary round. LSU senior Juan Hernandez earned the top seed with a score of 380.55. He will compete in the finals against Purdue All-American Greg Duncan among others this evening.

Finalists (scores)

  1. Juan Hernandez, LSU (380.55)
  2. Conor Casey, Stanford (379.50)
  3. Jordan Windle, Texas (379.30)
  4. Noah Duperre, Texas (376.45)
  5. Andrew Capobianco, Indiana (369.80)
  6. Greg Duncan, Purdue (367.85)
  7. Brodie Scapens, Miami (339.60)
  8. Lyle Yost, Ohio State (338.90)

Click or tap here for the full results of the one-meter diving preliminary round.

Below are the previous Day 2 preliminary results:

50-yard freestyle finalists (times)

  1. Ryan Hoffer, Cal (18.43)
  2. Dillon Downing, Georgia (18.88)
  3. Bjorn Seeliger, Cal (18.91)
  4. Adam Chaney, Florida (18.98)
  5. Youssef Ramadan, Virginia Tech (19.08)
  6. Gus Borges, Michigan (19.12)
  7. Daniel Krueger, Texas (19.13)
  8. Blaise Vera, Pittsburgh (19.17)

200-yard individual medley finalists (times)

       1. Destin Lasco, Cal (1:40.61)
       2. Shaine Casas, Texas A&M (1:40.74)
       3. Hugo Gonzalez, Cal (1:40.94)
       T-4. Carson Foster, Texas (1:41.34)
       T-4. Caio Pumputis, Georgia Tech (1:41.34)
       6. Javi Acevedo, Georgia (1:41.72
       T-7. David Schlicht, Arizona (1:42.21)
       T-7. Danny Kovac, Missouri (1:42.21)

500-yard freestyle finalists (times)

  1. Jake Magahey, Georgia (4:09.36)
  2. Brooks Fail, Arizona (4:09.41)
  3. Kieran Smith, Florida (4:11.03)
  4. Sean Grieshop, Cal (4:11.12)
  5. Drew Kibler, Texas (4:11.52)
  6. Trenton Julian, Cal (4:11.60)
  7. Ross Dant, NC State (4:12.34)
  8. Bobby Finke, Florida (4:12.37)

The Day 2 finals begin at 6 p.m. | Watch Live | Results

3:28 pm, March 25, 2021

50-yard freestyle preliminary results

The preliminary round of the 50-yard freestyle has concluded.  University of California senior Ryan Hoffer earned the top seed finishing with a pool record time of 18.43.  Hoffer is one of three seniors to advance to the finals.

Finalists (times)

  1. Ryan Hoffer, Cal (18.43)
  2. Dillon Downing, Georgia (18.88)
  3. Bjorn Seeliger, Cal (18.91)
  4. Adam Chaney, Florida (18.98)
  5. Youssef Ramadan, Virginia Tech (19.08)
  6. Gus Borges, Michigan (19.12)
  7. Daniel Krueger, Texas (19.13)
  8. Blaise Vera, Pittsburgh (19.17)

Click or tap here for the full results of the 50-yard freestyle preliminary round.

 

3:14 pm, March 25, 2021

200-yard individual medley preliminary results

The preliminary round of the 200-yard individual medley has concluded.  University of California freshman Destin Lasco earned the top seed finishing with a pool record time of 1:40.61.  Lasco will compete in the finals against seven other swimmers including his teammate Hugo Gonzalez.

Finalists (times)

       1. Destin Lasco, Cal (1:40.61)
       2. Shaine Casas, Texas A&M (1:40.74)
       3. Hugo Gonzalez, Cal (1:40.94)
       T-4. Carson Foster, Texas (1:41.34)
       T-4. Caio Pumputis, Georgia Tech (1:41.34)
       6. Javi Acevedo, Georgia (1:41.72
       T-7. David Schlicht, Arizona (1:42.21)
       T-7. Danny Kovac, Missouri (1:42.21)

Click or tap here for the full results of the 200-yard individual medley preliminary round.

 

2:51 pm, March 25, 2021

500-yard freestyle preliminary results

The preliminary round of the 500-yard freestyle has concluded. University of Georgia freshman Jake Magahey earned the top seed finishing with a record time of 04:09.36.  In total, eight swimmers advanced to the finals , eight swimmers advanced to the consolation finals, and two swimmers will serve as alternates.

Finalists (times)

  1. Jake Magahey, Georgia (4:09.36)
  2. Brooks Fail, Arizona (4:09.41)
  3. Kieran Smith, Florida (4:11.03)
  4. Sean Grieshop, Cal (4:11.12)
  5. Drew Kibler, Texas (4:11.52)
  6. Trenton Julian, Cal (4:11.60)
  7. Ross Dant, NC State (4:12.34)
  8. Bobby Finke, Florida (4:12.37)

Click or tap here for the full results of the 500-yard freestyle preliminary round.

1:54 pm, March 25, 2021

Follow along with Day 2 of the 2021 DI men's swimming and diving championships

The 2021 DI men's swimming and diving championships continue with Day 2 events on Thursday, March 25. Texas grabbed an early lead after Day 1 with a win in the 800-yard freestyle relay. There are four events scheduled for today's morning preliminaries and six events for the evening session finals.

Here is the schedule of events for March 25:

Trials | 10 a.m. | Watch live | Results

  • 500-yard Freestyle
  • 200-yard Individual Medley
  • 50-yard Freestyle
  • One-meter Diving

Finals | 6 p.m. | Watch live | Results

  • 200-yard Freestyle Relay
  • 500-yard Freestyle
  • 200-yard Individual Medley
  • 50-yard Freestyle
  • 400-yard Medley Relay
  • One-meter Diving
12:11 pm, March 24, 2021

2021 DI men's swimming and diving championships Day 1 results

The 2021 DI men's swimming and diving championships started on Wednesday and run through March 27 at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C.

Texas won the first event, taking the 800-yard freestyle relay ahead of Cal and Texas A&M on Wednesday evening. Action continues Thursday at 10 a.m. with prelims.

See a full list of qualifiers here

All times Eastern

March 24 β€” 6 p.m. finals

  • 800-yard Freestyle Relay β€” Texas (6:07.25); Drew Kibler, Austin Katz, Carson Foster, Jake Sannem
6:41 pm, March 10, 2021

Men's qualifying swimmers announced

The NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Committee announced the 270 swimmers who qualified for the 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships.

See the list here

8:03 pm, March 3, 2021

The schedule for the 2021 DI men's swimming and diving championships

The 2021 DI men's swimming and diving championships are March 24-27 at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C. Swimming psych sheets for this year's championships were released on March 10. The diving psych sheets will be released on Sunday, March 14. The reveal will include qualifiers as well as alternates.

Below is the full event schedule. The championship will be broadcast live on ESPN3.

All times Eastern

March 25 β€” 10 a.m. trials | 6 p.m. finals

  • 200-yard Freestyle Relay
  • 500-yard Freestyle
  • 200-yard Individual Medley
  • 50-yard Freestyle
  • 400-yard Medley Relay
  • One-meter Diving

March 26 β€” 10 a.m. trials | 6 p.m. finals

  • 400-yard Individual Medley
  • 100-yard Butterfly
  • 200-yard Freestyle
  • 100-yard Breaststroke
  • 100-yard Backstroke
  • 200-yard Medley Relay
  • Three-meter Diving

March 27 β€” 10 a.m. trials | 6 p.m. finals

  • 1,650-yard Freestyle
  • 200-yard Backstroke
  • 100-yard Freestyle
  • 200-yard Breaststroke
  • 200-yard Butterfly
  • 400-yard Freestyle Relay
  • Platform Diving
8:27 pm, March 3, 2021

DI men's championship history

California (560) beat Texas (475) for the 2019 DI men's team championship, stunting the Longhorns' try at a fifth-straight national title. It was Cal's fourth team championship in 10 years and sixth in program history.

Click or tap here for the complete results, team and individual, from the 2019 championships. Below is a year-by-year national championship history since 1937.

YEAR CHAMPION COACH SCORE RUNNER-UP POINTS LOCATION
2019 California David Durden 560 Texas 475 Austin, Texas
2018 Texas Eddie Reese 449 California 437.5 Minneapolis, Minn.
2017 Texas Eddie Reese 542 California 349 Indianapolis
2016 Texas Eddie Reese 541.5 California 351 Atlanta
2015 Texas Eddie Reese 528 California 399 Iowa City, Iowa
2014 California David Durden 468.5 Texas 417.5 Austin, Texas
2013 Michigan Mike Bottom 480 California 406.5 Indianapolis
2012 California David Durden 535.5 Texas 491 Seattle
2011 California David Durden 493 Texas 470.5 Minneapolis
2010 Texas Eddie Reese 500 California 469.5 Columbus, Ohio
2009 Auburn Richard Quick 526 Texas 487 College Station, Texas
2008 Arizona Frank Busch 500.5 Texas 406 Seattle
2007 Auburn David Marsh 566 Stanford 397 Minneapolis
2006 Auburn David Marsh 480.5 Arizona 440.5 Atlanta
2005 Auburn David Marsh 491 Stanford 414 Minnesota
2004 Auburn David Marsh 634 Stanford 377.5 Long Island, N.Y.
2003 Auburn David Marsh 609.5 Texas 413 Austin, Texas
2002 Texas Eddie Reese 512 Stanford 501 Athens, Texas
2001 Texas Eddie Reese 597.5 Stanford 457.5 College Station, Texas
2000 Texas Eddie Reese 538 Auburn 385 Minneapolis
1999 Auburn David Marsh 467.5 Stanford 414.5 Indianapolis
1998 Stanford Skip Kenney 599 Auburn 394.5 Auburn
1997 Auburn David Marsh 496.5 Stanford 340 Minnesota
1996 Texas Eddie Reese 479 Auburn 443.5 Texas
1995 Michigan Jon Urbanchek 561 Stanford 475 Indianapolis
1994 Stanford Skip Kenney 566.5 Texas 445 Minnesota
1993 Stanford Skip Kenney 520.5 Michigan 396 Indianapolis
1992 Stanford Skip Kenney 632 Texas 356 Indianapolis
1991 Texas Eddie Reese 476 Stanford 420 Texas
1990 Texas Eddie Reese 506 Southern California 423 Indianapolis
1989 Texas Eddie Reese 475 Stanford 396 Indianapolis
1988 Texas Eddie Reese 424 Southern California 369.5 Indianapolis
1987 Stanford Skip Kenney 374 Southern California 296 Texas
1986 Stanford Skip Kenney 404 California 335 Indianapolis
1985 Stanford Skip Kenney 403.5 Florida 302 Texas
1984 Florida Randy Reese 287.5 Texas 277 Cleveland State
1983 Florida Randy Reese 238 SMU 227 Indianapolis
1982 UCLA Ron Ballatore 219 Texas 210 Wisconsin
1981 Texas Eddie Reese 259 UCLA 189 Texas
1980 California Nort Thornton 234 Texas 220 Harvard
1979 California Nort Thornton 287 Southern California 227 Cleveland State
1978 Tennessee Ray Bussard 307 Auburn 185 Long Beach State
1977 Southern California Peter Daland 385 Alabama 204 Cleveland State
1976 Southern California Peter Daland 398 Tennessee 237 Brown
1975 Southern California Peter Daland 344 Indiana 274 Cleveland State
1974 Southern California Peter Daland 339 Indiana 338 Long Beach State
1973 Indiana James Counsilman 358 Tennessee 294 Tennessee
1972 Indiana James Counsilman 390 Southern California 371 Army
1971 Indiana James Counsilman 351 Southern California 260 Iowa State
1970 Indiana James Counsilman 332 Southern California 235 Utah
1969 Indiana James Counsilman 427 Southern California 306 Indiana
1968 Indiana James Counsilman 346 Yale 253 Dartmouth
1967 Stanford Jim Gaughran 275 Southern California 260 Michigan State
1966 Southern California Peter Daland 302 Indiana 286 Air Force
1965 Southern California Peter Daland 285 Indiana 278.5 Iowa State
1964 Southern California Peter Daland 96 Indiana 91 Yale
1963 Southern California Peter Daland 81 Yale 77 North Carolina State
1962 Ohio State Mike Peppe 92 Southern California 46 Ohio State
1961 Michigan Gus Stager 85 Southern California 62 Washington
1960 Southern California Peter Daland 87 Michigan 73 SMU
1959 Michigan Gus Stager 137.5 Ohio State 44 Cornell
1958 Michigan Gus Stager 72 Yale 63 Michigan
1957 Michigan Gus Stager 69 Yale 61 North Carolina
1956 Ohio State Mike Peppe 68 Yale 54 Yale
1955 Ohio State Mike Peppe 90 Michigan/Yale 51 Miami (OH)
1954 Ohio State Mike Peppe 94 Michigan 67 Syracuse
1953 Yale Robert J.H. Kiphuth 96.5 Ohio State 73.5 Ohio State
1952 Ohio State Mike Peppe 94 Yale 81 Princeton
1951 Yale Robert J.H. Kiphuth 81 Michigan State 60 Texas
1950 Ohio State Mike Peppe 65 Yale 43 Ohio State
1949 Ohio State Mike Peppe 49 Iowa 35 North Carolina
1948 Michigan Matt Mann 44 Ohio State 41 Michigan
1947 Ohio State Mike Peppe 66 Michigan 39 Washington
1946 Ohio State Mike Peppe 61 Michigan 37 Yale
1945 Ohio State Mike Peppe 56 Michigan 48 Michigan
1944 Yale Robert J.H. Kiphuth 39 Michigan 38 Yale
1943 Ohio State Mike Peppe 81 Michigan 47 Ohio State
1942 Yale Robert J.H. Kiphuth 71 Michgan 39 Harvard
1941 Michigan Matt Mann 61 Yale 58 Michigan State
1940 Michigan Matt Mann 45 Yale 42 Yale
1939 Michigan Matt Mann 65 Ohio State 58 Michigan
1938 Michigan Matt Mann 46 Ohio State 45 Rutgers
1937 Michigan Matt Mann 75 Ohio State 39 Minnesota