NCAA Men's Division II Swimming and Diving Championships

The NCAA Men's Division II Swimming and Diving Championships are annual college championship events in the United States.[1]

NCAA Men's Division II Swimming and Diving Championships
NCAA logo
Founded1964
Number of teams32 (2015)
Current championsQueens (4)
Most successful club(s)Cal State Bakersfield (13)
Television broadcastersESPNU
WebsiteNCAA.com

Events

The NCAA Men's Division II Swimming and Diving Championships consist of 14 individual, 5 relay, and 2 diving events. Three relays and one individual event have been added since the first Championships in 1964. The 800-yard freestyle relay was introduced in 1966 and the 200-yard freestyle relay and the 200-yard medley relay were both introduced in 1989. The 1,000-yard freestyle was introduced in 2001 and Division II is the only NCAA division to offer it at their Championships.[2]

Individual swimming events

  • Freestyle events
    • 50-yard freestyle
    • 100-yard freestyle
    • 200-yard freestyle
    • 500-yard freestyle
    • 1,000-yard freestyle
    • 1,650-yard freestyle
  • Backstroke events
    • 100-yard backstroke
    • 200-yard Backstroke
  • Breaststroke events
    • 100-yard breaststroke
    • 200-yard breaststroke
  • Butterfly events
    • 100-yard butterfly
    • 200-yard butterfly
  • Medley events
    • 200-yard individual medley
    • 400-yard individual medley

Team swimming events

  • Team freestyle events
    • 200-yard freestyle relay
    • 400-yard freestyle relay
    • 800-yard freestyle relay
  • Team medley events
    • 200-yard medley relay
    • 400-yard medley relay

Diving events

  • Diving events
    • One-meter diving
    • Three-meter diving

Champions

Year Team Champion Score Team Runner-Up Score Location Venue
1964
Details
Bucknell 83 East Carolina 50 Pennsylvania Grove City, Pennsylvania
1965 San Diego State 168½ Long Beach State 147 Illinois Normal, Illinois Horton Pool
1966 San Diego State 243½ San Jose State 213 Illinois Normal, Illinois Horton Pool
1967 UC Santa Barbara 255½ UC Irvine 246 California Commerce, California
1968 Long Beach State 349 Texas–Arlington 216 Georgia (U.S. state) Atlanta
1969 UC Irvine 248 Kenyon 190 Massachusetts Springfield, Massachusetts
1970 UC Irvine 230 Springfield 166 Michigan Rochester, Michigan
1971 UC Irvine 242 South Florida 176 Massachusetts Springfield, Massachusetts
1972 Eastern Michigan 222 UC Irvine
Cal State Northridge
164 Virginia Lexington, Virginia
1973 Cal State Chico 262 UC Irvine 212 Michigan Detroit, Michigan
1974 Cal State Chico 285 UC Davis 227 California Long Beach, California Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool
1975 Cal State Northridge 277 UC Irvine 210 Ohio Cleveland, Ohio CSU Natatorium
1976 Cal State Chico 428 Cal State Northridge 283 Massachusetts Springfield, Massachusetts
1977 Cal State Northridge 326 UC Irvine 305 Ohio Youngstown, Ohio Beeghly Natatorium
1978 Cal State Northridge 304 Cal State Chico 282 Massachusetts Springfield, Massachusetts
1979 Cal State Northridge 384 Oakland 170 Michigan Marquette, Michigan PEIF Pool
1980 Oakland 312 Cal State Northridge 263 Ohio Youngstown, Ohio Beeghly Natatorium
1981 Cal State Northridge 349 Oakland 338 Ohio Youngstown, Ohio Beeghly Natatorium
1982 Cal State Northridge 444 Puget Sound 244½ Pennsylvania Clarion, Pennsylvania Waldo S. Tippin Natatorium
1983 Cal State Northridge 352½ Oakland 347½ California Long Beach, California Belmont Plaza Pool
1984 Cal State Northridge 319½ Oakland 226 New York (state) Hempstead, New York Hofstra University Swim Center
1985 Cal State Northridge 488 Cal State Bakersfield 417½ Florida Orlando, Florida YMCA Aquatic Center
1986 Cal State Bakersfield 549 Cal State Northridge 438 Florida Orlando, Florida YMCA Aquatic Center
1987 Cal State Bakersfield 479½ Oakland 246 California Long Beach, California Belmont Plaza Pool
1988 Cal State Bakersfield 397 Oakland 344½ New York (state) Buffalo, New York
1989 Cal State Bakersfield 571 Oakland 406 New York (state) Buffalo, New York
1990 Cal State Bakersfield 830 Oakland 686 New York (state) Buffalo, New York
1991 Cal State Bakersfield 853 Oakland 652 Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1992 Cal State Bakersfield 910 Clarion 481 North Dakota Grand Forks, North Dakota Hyslop Sports Center Pool
1993 Cal State Bakersfield 951 Oakland 549½ Ohio Canton, Ohio C.T. Branin Natatorium
1994 Oakland 791 Cal State Bakersfield 718½ Ohio Canton, Ohio C.T. Branin Natatorium
1995 Oakland 890 Cal State Bakersfield 573 Ohio Canton, Ohio C.T. Branin Natatorium
1996 Oakland 869½ Cal State Bakersfield 640 North Dakota Grand Forks, North Dakota Hyslop Sports Center Pool
1997 Oakland 767 Drury 623 Texas San Antonio, Texas
1998 Cal State Bakersfield 730 Drury 637 Ohio Ashland, Ohio
1999 Drury 829 Cal State Bakersfield 557 New York (state) Buffalo, New York Flickinger Aquatic Center
2000 Cal State Bakersfield 687 Drury 630 New York (state) Buffalo, New York Flickinger Aquatic Center
2001 Cal State Bakersfield 621 Drury 562½ Ohio Canton, Ohio C.T. Branin Natatorium
2002 Cal State Bakersfield 529 North Dakota 507 Florida Orlando, Florida YMCA Aquatic Center
2003 Drury 612 Cal State Bakersfield 535 North Dakota Grand Forks, North Dakota Hyslop Sports Center Pool
2004 Cal State Bakersfield 718½ Drury 586 New York (state) Buffalo, New York Flickinger Aquatic Center
2005 Drury 726 Cal State Bakersfield 480 Florida Orlando, Florida YMCA Aquatic Center
2006 Drury 649 Cal State Bakersfield 543½ Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
2007 Drury 521½ North Dakota 500 New York (state) Buffalo, New York Flickinger Aquatic Center
2008 Drury 523½ Missouri S&T 336 Missouri Columbia, Missouri Mizzou Aquatic Center
2009 Drury 543 Wayne State 504½ Texas Houston, Texas CRWC Natatorium
2010 Drury 538 Incarnate Word 403 Ohio Canton, Ohio C.T. Branin Natatorium
2011 Drury 600½ UC San Diego 345 Texas San Antonio, Texas Palo Alto Natatorium
2012 Drury 473 UC San Diego 400 Texas Mansfield, Texas Mansfield ISD Natatorium
2013 Drury 546 Florida Southern 397 Alabama Birmingham, Alabama CrossPlex Natatorium
2014 Drury 569½ Florida Southern 361 Ohio Geneva, Ohio SPIRE Institute
2015 Queens 433½ Drury 417.5 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
2016 Queens 449 Lindenwood 382.5 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium
2017 Queens 563.5 Drury 350 Alabama Birmingham, Alabama CrossPlex Natatorium
2018 Queens 558 Cal Baptist 307 North Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina Greensboro Aquatic Center
2019 Queens 606 Delta State 364.5 Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Natatorium

Source:[2][3][4][5]

NCAA team titles

Titles Institution
13 Cal State Bakersfield
12 Drury
9 Cal State Northridge
5 Queens
5 Oakland
3 Chico State
3 UC Irvine
2 San Diego State
1 Eastern Michigan
1 Long Beach State
1 UC Santa Barbara
1 Bucknell

Championship records

Event Time Name Club Date Location Ref
50y freestyle 19.18 r Serghei Golban Lindenwood March 10, 2016 Indianapolis, Indiana [6]
100y freestyle 41.73 Marius Kusch Queens March 16, 2019 Indianapolis, Indiana [7]
200y freestyle 1:32.46 Dion Dreesens Queens March 10, 2016 Indianapolis, Indiana [8]
500y freestyle 4:17.09 Dion Dreesens Queens March 11, 2016 Indianapolis, Indiana [9]
1000y freestyle 8:56.76 Alex Kunert Queens March 13, 2019 Indianapolis, Indiana [10]
1650y freestyle 15:00.51 Mitch Snyder Drury March 14, 2009 Houston, Texas
100y backstroke 45.09 Marius Kusch Queens March 15, 2019 Indianapolis, Indiana [11]
200y backstroke 1:40.74 Matthew Josa Queens March 15, 2014 Geneva, Ohio
100y breaststroke 51.63 Anton Lobanov Nova Southeastern March 13, 2015 Indianapolis, Indiana [12]
200y breaststroke 1:51.71 Anton Lobanov Nova Southeastern March 14, 2015 Indianapolis, Indiana [13]
100y butterfly 44.32 Marius Kusch Queens March 14, 2019 Indianapolis, Indiana [14]
200y butterfly 1:41.19 Alex Kunert Queens March 15, 2019 Indianapolis, Indiana [15]
200y individual medley 1:41.61 Marius Kusch Queens March 14, 2018 Greensboro, North Carolina [16]
400y individual medley 3:43.84 Nick Arakelian Queens March 12, 2015 Indianapolis, Indiana [17]
200y
  freestyle relay
1:17.27
  •  (19.71)
    NorwayMartin Hammer
  •  (19.15)
    Saint Lucia Jordan Augier
  •  (19.23)
    NorwayRunar Borgen
  •  (19.18)
    Jeremy Parker
Tampa March 10, 2016 Indianapolis, Indiana [6]
400y
  freestyle relay
2:49.98
  •  (42.01)
    Germany Marius Kusch
  •  (42.32)
    Alex Kunert
  •  (42.84)
    Croatia Alen Mosic
  •  (42.81)
    Brody Heck
Queens March 16, 2019 Indianapolis, Indiana [18]
800y
  freestyle relay
6:18.46
Queens March 10, 2017 Birmingham, Alabama [19]
200y
  medley relay
1:24.83
  •  (21.41)
    FrancePaul Pijulet
  •  (23.79)
    Nicholas Arakelian
  •  (20.26)
    Germany Marius Kusch
  •  (19.37)
    UkraineDmytro Sydorchenko
Queens March 14, 2018 Greensboro, North Carolina [20]
400y
  medley relay
3:07.38
Queens March 9, 2017 Birmingham, Alabama [21]
1m Springboard 618.70 Dario Di Fazio Oakland March 10, 1994 Canton, Ohio
3m Springboard 624.80 Ammar Hassan Colorado Mesa March 17, 2018 Greensboro, North Carolina [22]

See also

References

  1. ^ "NCAA Division II Men's Swimming and Diving Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved January 16, 2016.
  2. ^ a b "Division II All-Time Championship Records and Results" (pdf). NCAA. 2013. Retrieved 17 December 2013.
  3. ^ "Future NCAA Championships". NCAA.com. NCAA. 23 November 2011. Retrieved 19 December 2013.
  4. ^ "2014-18 NCAA Championship Sites". NCAA.com. NCAA. 11 December 2013. Retrieved 19 December 2013.
  5. ^ "Men's Swimming & Diving Championship History". ncaa.com. March 17, 2016. Retrieved March 17, 2016.
  6. ^ a b "Tampa Clips NCAA D2 Record in Men's 200 Free Relay Again; Serghei Golban Downs 50 Free Record". Swimming World Magazine. March 10, 2016. Retrieved March 15, 2016.
  7. ^ "Men 100 Free Finals". "NCAA". March 16, 2019. Retrieved March 16, 2019.
  8. ^ "Dion Dreesens Crushes NCAA D2 200 Free Record". Swimming World Magazine. March 12, 2016. Retrieved March 15, 2016.
  9. ^ "Queens' Dion Dreesens Smokes NCAA D2 Record in 500 Free". Swimming World Magazine. March 11, 2016. Retrieved March 15, 2016.
  10. ^ "Men 1000 Yard Freestyle Finals". "NCAA". March 14, 2019. Retrieved March 14, 2019.
  11. ^ "Men 100 Yard Backstroke Finals". "NCAA". March 15, 2019. Retrieved March 15, 2019.
  12. ^ "2015 NCAA Division II Championships: Queens Takes Lead in Both Men's, Women's Races". Swimming World Magazine. March 13, 2015. Retrieved March 14, 2015.
  13. ^ "2015 NCAA Division II Championships: Queens Reigns Supreme With Team-Title Sweep". Swimming World Magazine. March 14, 2015. Retrieved March 15, 2015.
  14. ^ "Women 100 Yard Butterfly Finals". "NCAA". March 14, 2019. Retrieved March 14, 2019.
  15. ^ "Men 200 Yard Butterfly Finals". "NCAA". March 15, 2019. Retrieved March 15, 2019.
  16. ^ "Men's 200 IM Results". greensboroaquaticcenter.com. March 14, 2018. Retrieved March 15, 2018.
  17. ^ "2015 NCAA Division II Championships: Drury, Queens Duking It Out For Team Titles". Swimming World Magazine. March 12, 2015. Retrieved March 13, 2015.
  18. ^ "Men 400 Free Relay Finals". "NCAA". March 17, 2019. Retrieved March 17, 2019.
  19. ^ "2017 NCAA Division II Nationals Day 3: Queens Blows Away Relay Record As Both Teams Take Lead". Swimming World. March 10, 2017. Retrieved March 11, 2017.
  20. ^ "Men's 200y Medley Relay Results". greensboroaquaticcenter.com. March 14, 2018. Retrieved March 15, 2018.
  21. ^ "2017 NCAA Division II Nationals Day Two Finals: Queens Extends Lead As Records Fall". Swimming World. March 9, 2017. Retrieved March 10, 2017.
  22. ^ "Men's 3m Diving Results". greensboroaquaticcenter.com. March 17, 2018. Retrieved March 18, 2018.

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