NCAA Men's Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships

The NCAA Men's Division II Indoor Track and Field Championship is an annual collegiate indoor track and field competition organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association to determine the Division II national champions of seventeen different events. Athlete's individual performances earn points for their institution and the team with the most points receives the NCAA team title in track and field. [1]

Adams State are the current champions, winning their second national title in 2015. Abilene Christian and St. Augustine's are the most successful Division II track and field programs, with 13 title each (ACU has since moved to Division I).

NCAA Men's Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships
NCAA logo
SportCollege indoor track and field
Founded1985
Most recent
champion(s)
Tiffin University (2)
TV partner(s)ESPNU
Official websiteNCAA.com

Events

Track events

  • Sprint events
    • 60 meter dash
    • 200 meter dash
    • 400 meter dash
  • Distance events
    • 800 meter run
    • Mile run
    • 3,000 meter run
    • 5,000 meter run
  • Hurdle Events
    • 60 meter high hurdles
  • Relay events
    • 1,600 meter relay
    • Distance medley relay

Field events

  • Jumping events
    • High jump
    • Pole vault
    • Long jump
    • Triple jump
  • Throwing events
    • Shot put
    • Weight throw
  • Multi-events
    • Heptathlon

Summary

NCAA Men's Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships
Year Site
(Host)
Host Arena Championship Results
Winner Points Runners-Up Points
1985 Fargo, ND
(North Dakota State)
Southeast Missouri State 80 St. Augustine's 48
1986 Not held
1987 Fargo, ND
(North Dakota State)
St. Augustine's 74 Mount St. Mary's 38
1988 Vermillion, SD
(South Dakota)
Dakota Dome St. Augustine's (2)
Abilene Christian
62 Mount St. Mary's 38
1989 St. Augustine's (3) 94 Mankato State 31
1990 St. Augustine's (4) 70 Abilene Christian 46
1991 St. Augustine's (5) 98 Southeast Missouri State 36
1992 Bay City, MI
(Saginaw Valley State)
St. Augustine's (6) 81 Abilene Christian
Norfolk State
24
1993 Vermillion, SD
(South Dakota)
Dakota Dome Abilene Christian (2) 69 St. Augustine's 61
1994 Fargo, ND
(North Dakota State)
Abilene Christian (3) 101 St. Augustine's 44
1995 Indianapolis, IN
(Indianapolis)
RCA Dome St. Augustine's (7) 90¾ Abilene Christian 84¾
1996 Abilene Christian (4) 86​56 St. Augustine's 46⅓
1997 Abilene Christian (5) 132 St. Augustine's 43
1998 Abilene Christian (6) 85 St. Augustine's 59
1999 Abilene Christian (7) 85 St. Augustine's 50
2000 Boston, MA Reggie Lewis Track Abilene Christian (8) 80 St. Augustine's 77
2001 St. Augustine's (8) 74 New York Tech 48
2002 Abilene Christian (9) 74 St. Augustine's
Western State
44
2003 Abilene Christian (10) 58 Western State 54
2004 Abilene Christian (11) 55 St. Augustine's 50
2005 Abilene Christian (12) 84 Adams State 46
2006 St. Augustine's (9) 66½ Abilene Christian 55
2007 St. Augustines 88 Abilene Christian 48½
2008 Mankato, MN
(Minnesota State)
Myers Fieldhouse St. Augustine's (10) 68 Abilene Christian 49
2009 Houston, TX Yeoman Field House St. Augustine's (11) 105 Adams State 80
2010 Albuquerque, NM Albuquerque Convention Center Adams State 89 St. Augustine's 72
2011 Abilene Christian (13) 49 Ashland 42
2012 Mankato, MN
(Minnesota State)
Myers Fieldhouse Grand Canyon 54 Adams State 47
2013 Birmingham, AL Birmingham CrossPlex St. Augustine's (12) 72 Ashland 59½
2014 Winston-Salem, NC JDL Fast Track St. Augustine's (13) 84½ Adams State 83
2015 Birmingham, AL Birmingham CrossPlex Adams State (2) 45 Findlay 40
2016 Pittsburg, KS Robert W. Plaster Center Tiffin University 49 Adams State 47
2017 Birmingham, AL Birmingham CrossPlex Tiffin University (2) 63 Ashland 52
  • Participation vacated by the NCAA Committee on Infractions.

Champions

Team titles

  • List updated through the 2017 Championships.
Rank Team Titles
1 Abilene Christian
St. Augustine's
13
2 Adams State 2
Tiffin 2
3 Grand Canyon
Southeast Missouri State
1

Individual titles

  • List updated through the 2015 Championships; top 10 teams only
Rank Team Titles
1 St. Augustine's 74
2 Abilene Christian 61
3 Ashland
Adams State
23
4 Lincoln (MO) 18
5 New York Tech 13
6 Central Missouri 11
7 Lewis
Morehouse
Texas A&M–Kingsville
Western State
8
8 Minnesota State
Southern Connecticut
7
9 Augustana (SD)
Southeast Missouri State
6
10 Cal State Bakersfield
Cal State Los Angeles
Mount St. Mary's
South Dakota
5

Championship Records

Event Record Athlete School Nationality Date Place Ref
3000 m 7:56.88 Sydney Gidabuday Adams State  United States March 2017 United States Birmingham, United States [2]
5000 m 13:42.42 Vincent Kiprop MO Southern  Kenya March 2017 United States Birmingham, United States [3]
Distance medley relay 9:40.15 Dustin Nading
AJ Holmberg
Josh Dempsey
David Ribich
Western Oregon  United States
 United States
 United States
 United States
March 2017 United States Birmingham, United States [4]

See also

References

  1. ^ http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/track_indoor_champs_records/2012-13/2012-13_mitfd2.pdf
  2. ^ "2017 NCAA Indoor Division II Championships – Men's Results" (PDF). leonetiming.com. 11 March 2017. Retrieved 20 March 2017.
  3. ^ "2017 NCAA Indoor Division II Championships – Men's Results" (PDF). leonetiming.com. 11 March 2017. Retrieved 20 March 2017.
  4. ^ "2017 NCAA Indoor Division II Championships – Men's Results" (PDF). leonetiming.com. 11 March 2017. Retrieved 20 March 2017.

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NCAA Men's Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships

NCAA Men's Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships

NCAA Men's Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships

NCAA Men's Indoor Track and Field Championship

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NCAA Men's Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships

NCAA Men's Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships

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NCAA Women's Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships

NCAA Women's Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships

NCAA Women's Indoor Track and Field Championship

NCAA Women's Division I Indoor Track and Field Championships

NCAA Women's Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships

NCAA Women's Division III Indoor Track and Field ChampionshipsIn the Philippines:

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NCAA Women's Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships

The NCAA Women's Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships are the annual collegiate track and field competitions for women athletes representing Division II 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 II men's competition is also held. These two events are separate from the NCAA Women's Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships and NCAA Men's Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships held during the winter. The first edition of the championship was held in 1982. The current team champions are Central Missouri, and the most successful team, with 9 titles, are the Abilene Christian Wildcats.

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