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NJCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship

NJCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championships (hosted annually by Hutchinson (KS) Community College) it usually consists of 16 invited teams (usually the 16 teams in Division 1 with the best record). As of 2009 the tournament field is made up of 16 teams, region and district champions.

List of Division 1 NJCAA Schools

Year Winner Runner Up Score
1945 Pasadena City College; Calif. N/A N/A
1946 Sacramento Junior College; Calif. N/A N/A
1947 Compton College, Calif. N/A N/A
1948 College of Marin, Calif. Murray Aggies, Okla. 48-34
1949 Tyler Junior College Hutchinson Community College 66-64
1950 Los Angelos College, Calif. Northeast Mississippi Junior College 67-63
1951 Tyler Junior College Ventura College, Calif. 93-75
1952 Wharton County Junior College Hibbing Community College 78-76
1953 El Dorado Junior College, Kan. Arkansas City Junior College, Kan. 80-64
1954 Moberly Area Community College Snow College 54-49 (OT)
1955 Moberly Area Community College Hannibal-LaGrange College, Mo. 71-64 (2 OT)
1956 Kilgore College Hannibal-LaGrange College, Mo. 68-65
1957 San Angelo, Texas Eastern Arizona College 63-51
1958 Kilgore College Weber College, Utah 68-57
1959 Weber College, Utah Bethany Lutheran, Minn. 57-47
1960 Parsons Junior College, Kan. Tyler Junior College 73-71
1961 Pueblo Junior College, Colo. Tyler Junior College 79-66
1962 Coffeyville Community College Lon Morris College 74-49
1963 Independence Community College Moberly Area Community College 73-68 (OT)
1964 Dodge City Community College Casper College 73-68
1965 Vincennes University Burlington, Iowa 80-76
1966 Moberly Area Community College Cameron College, Okla. 90-66
1967 Moberly Area Community College San Jacinto College-Central 56-55
1968 San Jacinto College, Texas Mercer County Community College 66-64
1969 Paducah Community College, Ky. Robert Morris, Pa. 79-76
1970 Vincennes University Moberly Area Community College 85-67
1971 Ellsworth College, Iowa College of Southern Idaho 80-71
1972 Vincennes University Ferrum College, Va. 73-61
1973 Mercer County Community College Vacated 80-61
1974 Mercer County Community College Chipola Junior College, Fla. 60-58
1975 Western Texas Junior College College of Southern Idaho 65-57
1976 College of Southern Idaho Mercer County Community College 62-50
1977 Independence Community College San Jacinto College-Central 75-72
1978 Independence Community College Niagara County Community College 62-61
1979 Three Rivers Community College (MO) Mercer County Community College 60-59 (OT)
1980 Western Texas Junior College Jefferson State Community College 85-72
1981 Westark Community College, Ark. Lincoln College 67-50
1982 Midland College Miami-Dade-North, Fla. 93-88 (OT)
1983 San Jacinto College-Central Seminole State College 73-68
1984 San Jacinto College-Central Independence Community College 86-82
1985 Dixie State College of Utah Kankakee Community College 57-55
1986 San Jacinto College-Central Vincennes University 84-78
1987 College of Southern Idaho Midland College 69-68
1988 Hutchinson Community College Kankakee Community College 76-74
1989 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Northeast Mississippi Community College 83-76
1990 Connors State College College of Southern Idaho 103-87
1991 Aquinas Junior College, Tenn. Arizona Western College 74-68
1992 Three Rivers Community College (MO) Butler Community College - Kansas 78-77
1993 Pensacola Junior College Butler Community College - Kansas 79-74
1994 Hutchinson Community College Three Rivers Community College (MO) 78-74
1995 Okaloosa-Walton College Spartanburg Methodist College 79-63
1996 Sullivan College, Ky. Allegany Community College, Md. 104-98 (OT)
1997 Indian Hills Community College, Iowa San Jacinto College-Central 89-80
1998 Indian Hills Community College, Iowa Shelby State Community College, Tenn. 83-68
1999 Indian Hills Community College, Iowa Barton County Community College 100-86
2000 Southeastern Community College, Iowa Calhoun Community College 84-70
2001 Wabash Valley College Allegany College of Maryland 89-83
2002 Dixie State College of Utah Coffeyville Community College 82-81
2003 Southeastern Community College, Iowa San Jacinto College-Central 76-68
2004 Southeastern Community College, Iowa Redlands Community College 58-43
2005 Paris Junior College Moberly Area Community College 70-61
2006 University of Arkansas - Fort Smith Tallahassee Community College 68-59
2007 Midland College, Texas Chipola College, FL 94-75
2008 South Plains, Texas Salt Lake Community College, UT 67-56
2009 Salt Lake Community College, UT Midland College, TX 67-60
2010 Howard College, TX Three Rivers Community College, MO 85-80
2011 College of Southern Idaho Midland College 72-64
2012 South Plains College Northwest Florida State College 81-68
2013 College of Central Florida Northwest Florida State College 74-69
2014 Jones County Junior College Indian Hills Community College 87-77

Championship Leaders

Team Championships Winning year(s)
San Jacinto College-Central 4 1968, 1983, 1984, 1986
Moberly Area Community College 4 1954, 1955, 1966, 1967
Indian Hills Community College 3 1997, 1998, 1999
Southeastern Community College 3 2000, 2003, 2004
Independence Community College 3 1963, 1977, 1978
Vincennes University 3 1965, 1970, 1972
College of Southern Idaho 3 1976, 1987, 2011
Tyler Junior College 2 1949, 1951
Kilgore College 2 1956, 1958
Mercer County Community College 2 1973, 1974
Hutchinson Community College 2 1988, 1994
Midland College 2 1982, 2007
Dixie State College of Utah 2 1985, 2002
Three Rivers Community College 2 1979, 1992
Western Texas Junior College 2 1975, 1980
University of Arkansas - Fort Smith 2 1981, 2006

See also

External links

  • NJCAA DI tournament page
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