NCAA Men's Golf Championship Team Winners

The men's college golf championship today is awarded at the NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship tournament. That event takes place in May or June every year following a series of regional tournaments that whittle the field.

The tournament was stroke play through 2008, but beginning in 2009 switched to a stroke play/match play format. Now, the NCAA Division Men's Golf Championship tournament begins with stroke-play qualifying rounds (which also serve to crown the NCAA golf championship's individual winner), after which eight schools advance into a match-play bracket.

Which schools have won the most titles? Overall, Yale holds the record with 21 titles. But only one of Yale's wins was an NCAA championship. The NCAA took over the tournament beginning in 1939. Prior to that, an organization known as NIGA ran the tournament. Twenty of Yale's wins were in the pre-NCAA years. Counting only NCAA titles, the record is 16 wins by the University of Houston, followed by Oklahoma State's 11 and Stanford's eight.

Related: Women's college team golf champions

The List: NCAA Men's Golf Team Champions

These are the schools that have won the NCAA Men's Division I Golf Championship tournament. It has used a match-play format since 2009, and in those years the scores of the championship match are included.

2022 — Texas (def. Arizona State, 3-2)
2021 — Pepperdine (def. Oklahoma, 3-2)
2020 — Not played
2019 — Stanford (def. Texas, 3-2)
2018 — Oklahoma State (def. Alabama, 5-0)
2017 — Oklahoma (def. Oregon, 3.5-1.5)
2016 — Oregon (def. Texas, 3-2)
2015 — LSU (def. Southern Cal, 4-1)
2014 — Alabama (def. Oklahoma State, 4-1)
2013 — Alabama (def. Illinois, 4-1)
2012 — Texas (def. Alabama, 3-2)
2011 — Augusta State (def. Georgia, 3-2)
2010 — Augusta State (def. Oklahoma State, 3.5-1.5)
2009 — Texas A&M (def. Arkansas, 3-2)
2008 — UCLA
2007 — Stanford
2006 — Oklahoma State
2005 — Georgia
2004 — California
2003 — Clemson
2002 — Minnesota
2001 — Florida
2000 — Oklahoma State
1999 — Georgia
1998 — UNLV
1997 — Pepperdine
1996 — Arizona State
1995 — Oklahoma State
1994 — Stanford
1993 — Florida
1992 — Arizona
1991 — Oklahoma State
1990 — Arizona State
1989 — Oklahoma
1988 — UCLA
1987 — Oklahoma State
1986 — Wake Forest
1985 — Houston
1984 — Houston
1983 — Oklahoma State
1982 — Houston
1981 — Brigham Young
1980 — Oklahoma State
1979 — Ohio State
1978 — Oklahoma State
1977 — Houston
1976 — Oklahoma State
1975 — Wake Forest
1974 — Wake Forest
1973 — Florida
1972 — Texas
1971 — Texas
1970 — Houston
1969 — Houston
1968 — Florida
1967 — Houston
1966 — Houston
1965 — Houston
1964 — Houston
1963 — Oklahoma State
1962 — Houston
1961 — Purdue
1960 — Houston
1959 — Houston
1958 — Houston
1957 — Houston
1956 — Houston
1955 — LSU
1954 — Southern Methodist
1953 — Stanford
1952 — North Texas
1951 — North Texas
1950 — North Texas
1949 — North Texas
1948 — San Jose State
1947 — LSU
1946 — Stanford
1945 — Ohio State
1944 — Notre Dame
1943 — Yale
1942 — (tie) LSU, Stanford
1941 — Stanford
1940 — (tie) Princeton, LSU
1939 — Stanford
1938 — Stanford
1937 — Princeton
1936 — Yale
1935 — Michigan
1934 — Michigan
1933 — Yale
1932 — Yale
1931 — Yale
1930 — Princeton
1929 — Princeton
1928 — Princeton
1927 — Princeton
1926 — Yale
1925 — Yale
1924 — Yale
1923 — Princeton
1922 — Princeton
1921 — Dartmouth
1920 — Princeton
1919 — Princeton
1918 — Not played
1917 — Not played
1916 — Princeton
1915 — Yale
1914 — Princeton
1913 — Yale
1912 — Yale
1911 — Yale
1910 — Yale
1909 — Yale
1908 — Yale
1907 — Yale
1906 — Yale
1905 — Yale
1904 — Harvard
1903 — Harvard 1902 — Yale (summer) and Harvard (fall)
1901 — Harvard
1900 — Not played
1899 — Harvard
1898 — Harvard (summer) and Yale (fall)
1897 — Yale

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