Conference of Champions

526 NCAA titles
and counting

Pac-12 Men's Outdoor Track and Field National Championships

Pac-12 men’s track and field teams have won by far the most NCAA team titles dating back to 1921, demonstrating the Conference's legacy in the sport. No other conference comes close. USC has the most NCAA titles in the sport, more than double the next team. It won nine in a row from 1935-1943, then seven in a row from 1949-1955. Oregon won back-to-back crowns in 2014 and 2015, snapping a streak that dated back to 2000. The Pac-12 has a history of producing some of the all-time greats of the sport, including Steve Prefontaine (Oregon), Dick Fosbury (Oregon State) and Meb Keflezighi (UCLA). The sport’s future stars continue to grace the league’s tracks, including two-time Olympic gold medalist and world record holder Ashton Eaton (Oregon) and Andre De Grasse (USC).

Year School Coach
2015 Oregon Robert Johnson
2014 Oregon Robert Johnson
2000 Stanford Vin Lananna
1988 UCLA Bob Larsen
1987 UCLA Bob Larsen
1984 Oregon Bill Dellinger
1978 UCLA^ Jim Bush
1977 Arizona State Senon Castillo
1976 USC Vern Wolfe
1973 UCLA Jim Bush
1972 UCLA Jim Bush
1971 UCLA Jim Bush
1970 Oregon^ William Bowerman
1968 USC Vern Folfe
1967 USC Vern Wolfe
1966 UCLA Jim Bush
1965 Oregon William Bowerman
  USC Vern Wolfe
1964 Oregon William Bowerman
1963 USC Vern Wolfe
1962 Oregon William Bowerman
1961 USC Jess Mortenson
1958 USC Jess Mortensen
1956 UCLA Elvin Drake
1955 USC Jess Mortensen
1954 USC Jess Mortensen
1953 USC Jess Mortensen
1952 USC Jess Mortensen
1951 USC Jess Mortensen
1950 USC Jess Hill
1949 USC Jess Hill
1943 USC Dean Cromwell
1942 USC Dean Cromwell
1941 USC Dean Dromwel
1940 USC Dean Cromwell
1939 USC Dean Cromwell
1938 USC Dean Cromwell
1937 USC Dean Cromwell
1936 USC Dean Cromwell
1935 USC Dean Cromwell
1934 Stanford R.L. Templeton
1931 USC Dean Cromwell
1930 USC Dean Cromwell
1928 Stanford R.L. Templeton
1926 USC Dean Cromwell
1925 Stanford R.L. Templeton
1922 California Walter Christie