List of Southeastern Conference National Championships

List Of Southeastern Conference National Championships

The list of SEC national champions begins in the Southeastern Conference's first full academic year of competition in 1933 and totals 168 NCAA-sanctioned team national championships (as of June 24, 2009). In the 2006-2007 academic year, SEC members won a total of eight national championships including football (Florida), men's basketball (Florida), women's basketball (Tennessee), men's swimming and diving (Auburn), women's swimming and diving (Auburn), gymnastics (Georgia), men's tennis (Georgia) and bowling (Vanderbilt). The SEC has averaged almost seven national championships per year since 1990.

Listed below are all championship teams of NCAA sponsored events, as well as the titles won in football and equestrian, which are not official NCAA sanctioned championships. Conference members have won at least one title in every sponsored events in which the SEC participates except for women's volleyball. Up to 1982, teams representing member schools also claimed three AIAW Championships.

Read more about List Of Southeastern Conference National Championships:  Football (38 Claimed), Men's Basketball (11 Official, 3 More Claimed), Women's Basketball (8), Baseball (9), Softball (1), Women's Soccer (1), Men's Indoor Track and Field (16), Women's Indoor Track and Field (14), Men's Outdoor Track and Field (17), Women's Outdoor Track and Field (17), Men's Cross Country (8), Women's Cross Country (1), Men's Swimming and Diving (11), Women's Swimming and Diving (12), Men's Tennis (7), Women's Tennis (8), Men's Golf (10), Women's Golf (4), Women's Gymnastics (17), Men's Boxing (1), Women's Bowling (1), Equestrian (9), Rifle (1), Totals By School

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List Of Southeastern Conference National Championships - Totals By School
... SEC schools by the number of NCAA recognized national championships each school has won ... This does not include Division I-A/FBS football championships, equestrian championships, or unofficial championships in other sports such as men's basketball ... titles, which the NCAA has retroactively recognized as equivalent to its own national championships ...

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