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How many NCAA Division I championships has your school won?

  • Through winter 2006
  • Schools not listed have not won any NCAA championships.
  • The NCAA does not conduct a championship for Division I-A football. Instead, these teams participate in a national championship system developed by the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) organization.
           Past Division I-A national champions.
  • Coed championships include rifle; skiing; and since 1990, fencing.
  • Each school involved in a tie is credited with one championship.
  • The boxing championships were discontinued after the 1960 championships.
  • * Division II school competing in a Division I,II or Division I, II, III national collegiate championship.
  • ** Division III school competing in a Division I,II,III national collegiate championship.

Division I Championship Leaders
Total Men's Sports Women's Sports Coed Sports
  1. UCLA: 97
  2. Stanford: 91
  3. Southern California: 84
  4. Oklahoma State: 47
  5. Arkansas: 43
  6. LSU: 40
  7. Texas: 39
  8. Michigan: 32
  9. North Carolina: 31
  10. Penn State: 30
  1. Southern California: 73
  2. UCLA: 69
  3. Stanford: 57
  4. Oklahoma State: 47
  5. Arkansas: 43
  6. Michigan: 30
  7. Yale: 25
  8. Indiana: 23
  9. California: 22
  10. Iowa: 21
  11. UTEP: 21
  1. Stanford: 34
  2. UCLA: 28
  3. LSU: 24
  4. North Carolina: 22
  5. Texas: 22
  6. Georgia: 15
  7. Maryland: 14
  8. Southern California: 11
  9. Old Dominion: 10
  10. Arizona: 9
  11. Florida: 9
  12. Utah: 9
  1. Denver: 18
  2. Colorado: 16
  3. West Virginia: 13
  4. Utah: 10
  5. Penn State: 9
  6. Alaska Fairbanks *: 8
  7. Vermont: 5
  8. Notre Dame: 3
  9. Tennessee Tech: 3
  10. Columbia-Barnard: 2
  11. Dartmouth: 2
  12. Murray State: 2
  13. Wyoming: 2