Saturday, October 28, 2017

The list of Southeastern Conference national championships begins in 1933, the first year of competition for the Southeastern Conference (SEC), and includes 203 team national championships sanctioned by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and four additional national championships sanctioned by the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW), won by current conference members through the end of the 2016âˆ'17 academic year. During 2016âˆ'17, SEC members won six national championshipsâ€"women's basketball (South Carolina), men's indoor track & field (Texas A&M), women's equestrian (Texas A&M), men's outdoor track & field (Florida), women's tennis (Florida), and baseball (Florida). The SEC has averaged almost seven national championships per year since 1990.

Listed below are all championship teams of NCAA-sponsored events, as well as the titles won in football and equestrian, which are not official NCAA-sanctioned championships. Conference members have won at least one title in every sponsored sport in which the SEC participates except for women's volleyball. Between 1979 and 1982, teams representing current member universities also claimed four AIAW Championships. Logan Durham claims a mascot national championship at the University of Tennessee.

Fall sports



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Football (38 claimed)

Schools don't necessarily claim each of the championships listed.

Pre-SEC

  • Prior to 1932, Vanderbilt was named national champion in football in 1921 and 1922 by Berryman.
  • Prior to 1932, LSU was named national champion in football in 1908 by the National Championship Foundation.
  • Prior to 1932, Auburn was named national champion in football in 1913 by Billingsley and 1914 by Howell.
  • Prior to 1932, Alabama claimed national championships in football in 1925, 1926, and 1930.
  • Prior to 1932, Georgia was named national champion in football in 1920 by Berryman and 1927 by the Boand and Poling polls.
  • Prior to 1932, former member Georgia Tech claimed football national titles in 1917 and 1928.
  • Prior to joining the SEC in 1992, Arkansas claimed the 1964 football championship.
  • Prior to joining the SEC in 2012, Texas A&M claimed national titles in 1919, 1927, and 1939, all awarded by multiple selectors.
  • Bold type indicates title is officially claimed by the university.

Men's cross country (8)

  • Prior to joining the SEC in 1992, Arkansas won four titles in men's cross country.

Women's cross country (1)

Women's soccer (1)

Winter sports



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Men's basketball (11 official, 1 more claimed)

Prior to 1939 the NCAA did not sanction a post-season tournament to determine a national champion. Some schools claim basketball national championships based on polls from this era.

Women's basketball (9)

  • Prior to joining the SEC in 2012, Texas A&M won one women's basketball title (in 2011).

Women's gymnastics (20)

* Florida shared the 2014 national title with Oklahoma.

Note before 1981, the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) was the sole governing body for women's intercollegiate athletics and sponsored national championships in women's sports. Starting in 1981, the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) began to sponsor women's athletic championships as well as those for men's sports. During the 1981â€"82 school year, the AIAW and NCAA both sponsored championships in several women's sports. Starting in 1982â€"83, the NCAA became the sole sponsor of women's intercollegiate sports championships and national championships in those sports.

Men's indoor track and field (19)

  • Prior to joining the SEC in 1992, Arkansas won eight titles in men's indoor track.
  • Prior to joining the SEC in 2012, Missouri won one title in men's indoor track.

Women's indoor track and field (15)

Men's swimming and diving (11)

Women's swimming and diving (15)

Note before 1981, the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) was the sole governing body for women's intercollegiate athletics and sponsored national championships in women's sports. Starting in 1981, the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) began to sponsor women's athletic championships as well as those for men's sports. During the 1981â€"82 school year, the AIAW and NCAA both sponsored championships in several women's sports. Beginning in 1982â€"83, the NCAA became the sole sponsor of women's intercollegiate sports championships and national championships in those sports.

Women's bowling (1)

Note that the SEC does not sponsor bowling. When Vanderbilt won its title, it competed as an independent in bowling; it is now a member of the single-sport Southland Bowling League.

Rifle (1)

Note that the SEC does not sponsor rifle. Kentucky is a member of the single-sport Great America Rifle Conference.

Spring sports



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Baseball (12)

Prior to joining the SEC in 2012, Missouri won one national title (in 1954).

Softball (3)

  • Prior to joining the SEC in 2012, Texas A&M won one AIAW national title (1982) and two NCAA national titles (1983 and 1987).

Men's outdoor track and field (20*)

  • Prior to joining the SEC in 1992, Arkansas won one title in men's outdoor track.
  • Prior to joining the SEC in 2012, Texas A&M won three titles in men's outdoor track.
* Arkansas was forced to vacate the NCAA titles won in 2004 and 2005 because of recruiting violations with Tyson Gay. Florida finished second both years.
*** Texas A&M and Florida finished tied for the national title at the 2013 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship.

Women's outdoor track and field (17*)

  • Prior to joining the SEC in 2012, Texas A&M won three titles in women's outdoor track.
  • LSU was forced to vacate the 2012 Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championship due to positive testing for banned substances in one athlete.

Men's tennis (7)

Women's tennis (10)

Men's golf (13)

  • Prior to joining the SEC in 2012, Texas A&M won one national title (in 2009).

Women's golf (4)

Defunct NCAA championships



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Men's boxing (1)

NCAA emerging sports



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Equestrian (14)

  • The NCAA does not yet sanction a championship for Equestrian. The following is a list of non-NCAA championships won by SEC schools. The SEC began sponsoring equestrian as a conference sport during the 2012â€"13 school year, with Auburn, Georgia, South Carolina and Texas A&M participating.
  • Before joining the SEC in 2012, Texas A&M won two national titles (in 2002 and 2012).

NCAA team championships



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Through May 23, 2017

The table above ranks the current SEC schools by the number of NCAA recognized national championships each school has won. This does not include Division I-A/FBS football championships, equestrian championships, or unofficial championships in other sports such as men's basketball. However, it does include AIAW titles, which the NCAA has retroactively recognized as equivalent to its own national championships. The totals below include any championships that may have been won before the school was a member of the SEC.

In addition, some recognized national championships are in sports that are not (or were not) sponsored by the SEC:

  • Kentucky's total includes one championship in rifle, which the SEC has never sponsored.
  • Vanderbilt's total includes a national title in women's bowling, another sport yet to be sponsored by the SEC.

References



source : www.secsports.com



source : en.wikipedia.org

 
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