Championships

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UIndy achieves its lofty goal

The University of Indianapolis won the Division II Women’s Golf Championships, ending a string of 15 consecutive titles for Florida-based schools.

Methodist’s comeback is a winner

Methodist University was five shots behind as it opened the final round of the Division III Men’s Golf Championships. But the Monarchs, a perennial contender, knew what to do. They narrowed their focus, concerning themselves only with details within their control, and captured the 11th national title in program history.

Adelphi earns seventh national championship

Adelphi knocked off Lock Haven in the Division II Women’s Lacrosse Championship final for the third time in seven seasons.

Nebraska is back on top

On April 11 in St. Louis, Nebraska captured its fifth NCAA national bowling title since the championship’s 2004 inception.

Williams College captures first title

Bill Kangas, who has been Williams College’s men’s ice hockey coach for 26 seasons, took on duties as the school’s interim head coach for women’s golf and led the team to its first national championship.

Stanford meets lofty expectations

The Cardinal captured its fourth women’s water polo national championship in the past five seasons.

Loyola Chicago, Lewis make rivalry even more memorable

In a rivalry already fueled by tight competition and close proximity, Loyola Chicago’s 3-2 win over Lewis in the men’s volleyball national championship game assumed a special place in the series’ history.

Florida breaks the tie

Last year, Florida shared a national title with Oklahoma. This year’s championship once again came down to the final event. Rather than sharing the podium, though, Florida stood alone at the top.

Stevens snaps the streak

The Stevens Institute of Technology captured its first national volleyball title when it knocked off three-time defending national champion Springfield College.

A perfect 26 for Oklahoma

Oklahoma’s national championship-clinching victory capped a record-breaking 26-0 season.

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