Men's Cross Country National Championships
Pac-12 men’s cross country is home to 16 NCAA titles since 1961, most the most recent coming in 2014 by Colorado. Men’s programs around the Conference particularly enjoyed a dominant decade in the 2000s as league teams won four-straight from 2001-2004 and seven in eight years from 2001-08. Additionally, the Conference has had 23 NCAA individual winners in its history with then-freshman phenom Oregon's Edward Cheserek claiming the 2014 crown.
|1961||Oregon State||Sam Bell|