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NCAA MEN’S DI NOTES OVERALL RECORDS © 2012, by Sports Publications International

Individual Championships:

Championships Records: MOST POINTS 634 – Auburn – 2004 632 – Stanford – 1992 609.5 – Auburn – 2003 599 – Stanford – 1998 597.5 – Texas - 2001

TEAM 11 – Michigan 11 - Ohio State 10 – Texas 9 - Southern California 8 – Stanford 8 – Auburn 6 – Indiana 4 – Yale 3 – California 2 – Florida 1– Arizona 1 – Tennessee 1 - UCLA

4 – Robert J.H. Kiphuth 4 – Gus Stager 2 – Randy Reese 2 – Nort Thornton 1 – Ron Ballatore 1 – Frank Busch 1 – Ray Bussard 1—Dave Durden 1 – Jim Gaughran 1 – Jon Urbanchek 1—Richard Quick

COACHES 11 – Mike Peppe 10 – Eddie Reese 9 – Peter Daland 7 – Skip Kenney 7 – David Marsh 6 – James Counsilman 6 – Matt Mann

Most Single-Year Event Championships: 3 - Al Schwartz, Northwestern, 1930 (50 free, 100 free, 220 free) 3 - Jack Medica, Washington, 1934-35-36 (220 free, 440 free, 1,500-meter free) 3 – Alan Ford, Yale, 1944 (50 free, 100 free, 150 back) 3 - John Marshall, Yale, 1951 (220 free, 440 free, 1,500-meter free) 3 - Timothy Jecko, Yale, 1957 (100 fly, 200 fly, 200 IM) 3 - Murray Rose, Southern California, 1961 (220 free, 440 free, 1,500-meter free) 3 - Roy Saari, Southern California, 1964 (500 free, 1,650 free, 200 IM) and 1965-66 (200 free, 500 free, 1,650 free), also swam on two winning relay teams 3 - Charlie Hickcox, Indiana, 1968 (100 back, 200 back, 200 IM) 3 - Mark Spitz, Indiana, 1969 (200 free, 500 free, 100 fly) 3 - Mike Burton, UCLA, 1970 (500 free, 1,650 free, 200 fly) 3 – Gary Hall, Indiana, 1971 (200 back, 200 IM, 400 IM) 3 - John Trembley, Tennessee, 1973 (50 free, 100 free, 100 fly), also swam on one winning relay team 3 - John Naber, Southern California, 1974-75 (500 free, 100 back, 200 back), also swam on one winning relay team 3 - Brian Goodell, UCLA, 1978-79-80 (500 free, 1,650 free, 400 IM) 3 - D. Graham Smith, California, 1979 (100 breast, 200 breast, 200 IM), also swam on one winning relay team 3 – Pablo Morales, Stanford, 1985-86-87 (100 fly, 200 fly, 200 IM), also swam on three winning relay teams 3 - Matt Biondi, California, 1986-87 (50 free, 100 free, 200 free), also swam on three winning relay teams 3 - Artur Wojdat, Iowa, 1991 (200 free, 500 free, 1,650 free) 3 - Jeff Rouse, Stanford, 1992 (100 back, 200 back, 200 IM), also swam on three winning relay teams 3 - Tom Dolan, Michigan, 1995-96 (500 free, 1,650 free, 400 IM), also swam on two winning relay teams 3 - Ryan Berube, SMU, 1996 (100 back, 200 back, 200 IM)

160 – Michigan

4 - North Carolina

142 – Stanford

4 – Virginia

118 - Ohio State

3 – Cincinnati

112 - Southern California

3 - Texas-Arlington

97 – Texas

3 - Wayne State

80 – Indiana

3 – Williams

66 – California

2 – Arkansas

60 – Yale

2 - Dartmouth

57 – Auburn

2—Duke

42 – Tennessee

2 – LSU

41 – Arizona

2 – Oklahoma

41 – UCLA

2 – Wisconsin

40 – Florida

1 - Air Force

31 – Northwestern

1 - Amherst

28 – SMU

1 – Army

27 - Miami (Fla.)

1 – Brown

22 - Michigan State

1 – UC Santa Barbara

22 – Princeton

1 – Cornell

21 – Iowa

1 - Cortland State

16 – Minnesota

1 – Denver

15 – Georgia

1 - Florida Atlantic

13 – Rutgers

1 - Franklin & Marshall

12 – Washington

1 - Georgia Tech

11 – Alabama

1 – Houston

10 - Arizona State

1 - Miami (Ohio)

10 – Harvard

1 – Nebraska

9 - Long Beach State

1 – Oregon

8 – Columbia

1 – Penn State

8 – Navy

1 – Utah

7 – Illinois

1 – Villanova

7 - North Carolina State

1 - Wesleyan

7 – Purdue 6 - Florida State

(Note: Totals include co-

4 - Brigham Young

championships. Relay victories

4 - La Salle

count one for each event.)

Most Repeat Championships:

3 - Ryk Neethling, Arizona, 1998-99 (200 free, 500 free, 1,650 free) 3 - Tom Wilkens, Stanford, 1998 (200 breast, 200 IM, 400 IM), also swam on one winning relay team

4 - Bill Smith, Ohio State (220 free 1943-47-48-49) 4 - Yoshi Oyakawa, Ohio State (200 back 1952-53-54-55) 4 - Mark Spitz, Indiana (100 fly 1969-70-71-72)

3 - Ryan Lochte, Florida, 2006 (200 back, 200 IM, 400 IM).

Most Career Individual Titles: 11 - Pablo Morales, Stanford (100 fly 1984-85-86-87, 200 fly 1984-85-86-87, 200 IM 1985-86-87), also swam on three winning relay teams. 10 - John Naber, Southern California (500 free 1974-75, 100 back 1974-75-76-77, 200 back 1974-75-76-77), also swam on five winning relay teams. 9 - Jack Medica, Washington (220 free 1934-35-36, 440 free 1934-35-36, 1,500-meter free 1934-35- 36) 9 - Roy Saari, Southern California (200 free 1965-66, 500 free 1964-65-66, 1,650 free 1964-65-66, 200 IM 1964), also swam

4 - John Naber, Southern California (100 back 1974-75-76-77, 200 back 1974-75-76-77) 4 – Steve Lundquist, SMU (100 breast 1980-81-82-83) 4 – Pablo Morales, Stanford (100 fly 1984-85-86-87, 200 fly 1984-85-8687) 4 - David Wharton, Southern California (400 IM 1988-89-90-91) 4 - Artur Wojdat, Iowa (500 free 1989-90-91-92) 4 - Gustavo Borges, Michigan (100 free 1992-93-94-95) 4 - Troy Dumais, Texas (three-meter diving 1999-2000-01-02) 4 – Ian Crocker, Texas (100 butterfly 2001-02-03-04)

on two winning relay teams 9 - Brian Goodell, UCLA (500 free 1978-79-80, 1,650 free 1978-79-80, 400 IM 1978-79 80)

4 - Brendan Hansen, Texas (100 and 200 breaststroke 2001-02-03-04).

9 – Artur Wojdat, Iowa (200 free 1989-91, 500 free 1989- 90-91-92, 1,650 free 1990-91-92) 9 - Ryk Neethling, Arizona (200 free 98-99-2000, 400 free 2000, 500 free 98-99, 1,650 free 97-98-99).

Most Event Titles in a Year:

Margins of Victory:

11 – Texas - 2001

8 – Indiana – 1971

9 - Ohio State -1954

8 – Stanford - 1985-94-95-98

BIGGEST

SMALLEST

276

1

9 – Indiana – 1969

Stanford (632) over Texas (356)

Southern California (339) over Indiana (338) –

9 – Stanford – 1992

1992

1974

8 – Michigan – 1937

Yale (39) over Michigan (38) – 1944

8 - Ohio State – 1955

Michigan (46) over Ohio State (45) – 1938

8 – Southern California - 1964-77

2012 NCAA Division I Men's Historical Guide  

2012 NCAA Division I Men's Historical Guide

2012 NCAA Division I Men's Historical Guide  

2012 NCAA Division I Men's Historical Guide