SITES OF THE NCAA OUTDOOR
TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

(number in parentheses is number of hostings; * = most recent hosting)

 

1920s

Host School City Date
 

  1

Chicago (1)

Chicago

June 18, 1921

 

  2

Chicago (2)

Chicago

June 17, 1922

 

  3

Chicago (3)

Chicago

June 15–16, 1923

   

(first 2-day meet)

   
    (no meet in 1924 because of the Olympic Trials)
 

  4

Chicago (4)

Chicago

June 12–13, 1925

 

  5

Chicago (5)

Chicago

June 11–12, 1926

 

  6

Chicago (6)

Chicago

June 10–11, 1927

 

  7

Chicago (7)

Chicago

June 8–9, 1928

 

  8

Chicago (8)

Chicago

June 7–8, 1929

         
 

1930s

     
 

  9

Chicago (9)

Chicago

June 6–7, 1930

 

10

Chicago (10)

Chicago

June 5–6, 1931

 

11

Chicago (11)

Chicago

June 10–11, 1932

 

12

Chicago (12)

Chicago

June 16–17, 1933

 

13

USC (1)

Los Angeles

June 22–23, 1934

 

14

Cal (1)

Berkeley

June 21–22, 1935

 

15

Chicago (13*)

Chicago

June 19–20, 1936

 

16

Cal (2)

Berkeley

June 18–19, 1937

 

17

Minnesota (1)

Minneapolis

June 17–18, 1938

 

18

USC (2)

Los Angeles

June 16–17, 1939

         
 

1940s

     
 

19

Minnesota (2)

Minneapolis

June 21–22, 1940

 

20

Stanford (1*)

Stanford

June 20–21, 1941

 

21

Nebraska (1)

Lincoln

June 12–13, 1942

 

22

Northwestern (1*)

Evanston

June 11–12, 1943

 

23

Marquette (1)

Milwaukee

June 10, 1944

 

24

Marquette (2*)

Milwaukee

June 9, 1945

    (’44 & ’45 meets shortened because of WWII restrictions)
 

25

Minnesota (3)

Minneapolis

June 21–22, 1946

 

26

Utah (1*)

Salt Lake City

June 20–21, 1947

 

27

Minnesota (4)

Minneapolis

June 18–19, 1948

 

28

USC (3)

Los Angeles

June 17–18, 1949

         
 

1950s

     
 

29

Minnesota (5*)

Minneapolis

June 16–17, 1950

 

30

Washington (1)

Seattle

June 15–16, 1951

 

31

Cal (3)

Berkeley

June 13–14, 1952

 

32

Nebraska (2)

Lincoln

June 19–20, 1953

 

33

Michigan (1*)

Ann Arbor

June 11–12, 1954

 

34

USC (4*)

Los Angeles

June 17–18, 1955

 

35

Cal (4)

Berkeley

June 15–16, 1956

 

36

Texas (1)

Austin

June 14–15, 1957

 

37

Cal (5)

Berkeley

June 13–14, 1958

 

38

Nebraska (3*)

Lincoln

June 12–13, 1959

   
 

1960s

     
 

39

Cal (6)

Berkeley

June 17–18, 1960

 

40

Penn (1)

Philadelphia

June 16–17, 1961

 

41

Oregon (1)

Eugene

June 15–16, 1962

 

42

New Mexico (1*)

Albuquerque

June 13–15, 1963

    (first 3-day meet)
 

43

Oregon (2)

Eugene

June 18–20, 1964

 

44

Cal (7)

Berkeley

June 17–19, 1965

 

45

Indiana (1)

Bloomington

June 16–18, 1966

 

46

BYU (1)

Provo

June 15–17, 1967

 

47

Cal (8*)

Berkeley

June 13–15, 1968

 

48

Tennessee (1)

Knoxville

June 19–21, 1969

 
 

1970s

     
 

49

Drake (1)

Des Moines

June 16–18, 1970

 

50

Washington (2*)

Seattle

June 17–19, 1971

 

51

Oregon (3)

Eugene

June 1–3, 1972

 

52

LSU (1)

Baton Rouge

June 5–9, 1973

   

(first 5-day meet; decathlon separate)

 

53

Texas (2)

Austin

June 4–8, 1974

 

54

BYU (2)

Provo

June 3–7, 1975

 

55

Penn (2*)

Philadelphia

June 1–5, 1976

 

56

Illinois (1)

Champaign

May 31–June 4, 1977

 

57

Oregon (4)

Eugene

June 1–3, 1978

   

(decathlon folded back into main meet)

 

58

Illinois (2*)

Champaign

May 29–June 2, 1979

   

(5-day meet with split decathlon)

 
 

1980s

     
 

59

Texas (3)

Austin

June 3–7, 1980

 

60

LSU (2)

Baton Rouge

June 2–6, 1981

 

61/1

BYU (3)

Provo

May 31–June 5, 1982

   

(6-day meet with split multis; women added to meet)

 

62/2

Houston (1*)

Houston

May 30–June 4, 1983

 

63/3

Oregon (5)

Eugene

May 28–June 2, 1984

 

64/4

Texas (4)

Austin

May 27–June 1, 1985

 

65/5

IUPUI (1*)

Indianapolis

June 4–7, 1986

   

(back to 4-day meet)

 
 

66/6

LSU (3)

Baton Rouge

June 3–6, 1987

 

67/7

Oregon (6)

Eugene

June 1–4, 1988

 

68/8

BYU (4*)

Provo

May 31–June 3, 1989

 
 

1990s

     
 

69/9

Duke (1)

Durham

May 30–June 2, 1990

 

70/10

Oregon (7)

Eugene

May 29–June 1, 1991

 

71/11

Texas (5)

Austin

June 3–6, 1992

 

72/12

Tulane (1*)

New Orleans

June 2–5, 1993

 

73/13

Boise State (1)

Boise

June 1–4, 1994

 

74/14

Tennessee (2*)

Knoxville

May 31–June 3, 1995

 

75/15

Oregon (8)

Eugene

May 29–June 1, 1996

 

76/16

Indiana (2*)

Bloomington

June 4–7, 1997

 

77/17

Buffalo (1*)

Amherst

June 3­–6, 1998

 

78/18

Boise State (2*)

Boise

June 2–5, 1999

 
 

2000s

     
 

79/19

Duke (2*)

Durham

May 31–June 3, 2000

 

80/20

Oregon (9)

Eugene

May 30–June 2, 2001

 

81/21

LSU (4*)

Baton Rouge

May 29–June 1, 2002

 

82/22

Sac State (1)

Sacramento

June 11–14, 2003

 

83/23

Texas (6*)

Austin

June 9–12, 2004

 

84/24

Sac State (2)

Sacramento

June 8–11, 2005

 

85/25

Sac State (3)

Sacramento

June 7–10, 2006

 

86/26

Sac State (4*)

Sacramento

June 6–9, 2007

 

87/27

Drake (2)

Des Moines

June 11–14, 2008

 

88/28

Arkansas (1*)

Fayetteville

June 10–13, 2009

 
 

2010s

     
 

89/29

Oregon (10)

Eugene

June 9–12, 2010

 

90/30

Drake (3)

Des Moines

June 8–11, 2011

 

91/31

Drake (4*)

Des Moines

June 7–10, 2012

 

92/32

Oregon (11)

Eugene

June 5–8, 2013

 

93/33

Oregon (12*)

Eugene

June 11–14, 2014

 

94/34

tbd

tbd

June 10–13, 2015

 

95/35

tbd

tbd

June 08–11, 2016