Sites Of The NCAA Track & Field Championships

29 different schools have hosted the 97 editions of the NCAA Championships staged through ’18. With its latest staging, Oregon increased its record as the school with the most hosting to 16. Here are the all-time hosts, which are numbered for the men/women meets (the number in parentheses is number of hostings, * = the most recent actual hosting):
1920s Host School City Date
  1 Chicago (1) Chicago June 18, 1921
  2 Chicago (2) Chicago June 16–17, 1922
  3 Chicago (3) Chicago June 15–16, 1923
(no meet in 1924 because of the Olympic Trials)
  4 Chicago (4) Chicago June 12–13, 1925
  5 Chicago (5) Chicago June 11–12, 1926
  6 Chicago (6) Chicago June 10–11, 1927
  7 Chicago (7) Chicago June 08–09, 1928
  8 Chicago (8) Chicago June 07–08, 1929
1930s
  9 Chicago (9) Chicago June 06–07, 1930
10 Chicago (10) Chicago June 05–06, 1931
11 Chicago (11) Chicago June 10–11, 1932
12 Chicago (12) Chicago June 16–17, 1933
13 USC (1) Los Angeles June 22–23, 1934
14 Cal (1) Berkeley June 21–22, 1935
15 Chicago (13*) Chicago June 19–20, 1936
16 Cal (2) Berkeley June 18–19, 1937
17 Minnesota (1) Minneapolis June 17–18, 1938
18 USC (2) Los Angeles June 16–17, 1939
1940s
19 Minnesota (2) Minneapolis June 21–22, 1940
20 Stanford (1*) Stanford June 20–21, 1941
21 Nebraska (1) Lincoln June 12–13, 1942
22 Northwestern (1*) Evanston June 11–12, 1943
23 Marquette (1) Milwaukee June 10, 1944
24 Marquette (2*) Milwaukee June 09, 1945
(’44 & ’45 meets shortened because of WWII restrictions)
25 Minnesota (3) Minneapolis June 21–22, 1946
26 Utah (1*) Salt Lake City June 20–21, 1947
27 Minnesota (4) Minneapolis June 18–19, 1948
28 USC (3) Los Angeles June 17–18, 1949
1950s
29 Minnesota (5*) Minneapolis June 16–17, 1950
30 Washington (1) Seattle June 15–16, 1951
31 Cal (3) Berkeley June 13–14, 1952
32 Nebraska (2) Lincoln June 19–20, 1953
33 Michigan (1*) Ann Arbor June 11–12, 1954
34 USC (4*) Los Angeles June 17–18, 1955
35 Cal (4) Berkeley June 15–16, 1956
36 Texas (1) Austin June 14–15, 1957
37 Cal (5) Berkeley June 13–14, 1958
38 Nebraska (3*) Lincoln June 12–13, 1959
1960s
39 Cal (6) Berkeley June 17–18, 1960
40 Penn (1) Philadelphia June 16–17, 1961
41 Oregon (1) Eugene June 15–16, 1962
42 New Mexico (1*) Albuquerque June 13–15, 1963
(first 3-day meet)
43 Oregon (2) Eugene June 18–20, 1964
44 Cal (7) Berkeley June 17–19, 1965
45 Indiana (1) Bloomington June 16–18, 1966
46 BYU (1) Provo June 15–17, 1967
47 Cal (8*) Berkeley June 13–15, 1968
48 Tennessee (1) Knoxville June 19–21, 1969
1970s
49 Drake (1) Des Moines June 16–18, 1970
50 Washington (2*) Seattle June 17–19, 1971
51 Oregon (3) Eugene June 01–03, 1972
52 LSU (1) Baton Rouge June 05–09, 1973
(first 5-day meet; decathlon separate)
53 Texas (2) Austin June 04–08, 1974
54 BYU (2) Provo June 03–07, 1975
55 Penn (2*) Philadelphia June 01–05, 1976
56 Illinois (1) Champaign May 31–June 04, 1977
57 Oregon (4) Eugene June 01–03, 1978
(decathlon folded back into main meet)
58 Illinois (2*) Champaign May 29–June 02, 1979
(5-day meet with split decathlon)
1980s
59 Texas (3) Austin June 03–07, 1980
60 LSU (2) Baton Rouge June 02–06, 1981
61/1 BYU (3) Provo May 31–June 05, 1982
(6-day meet with split multis; women added to meet)
62/2 Houston (1*) Houston May 30–June0 4, 1983
63/3 Oregon (5) Eugene May 28–June 02, 1984
64/4 Texas (4) Austin May 27–June 01, 1985
65/5 IUPUI (1*) Indianapolis June 04–07, 1986
(back to 4-day meet)
66/6 LSU (3) Baton Rouge June 03–06, 1987
67/7 Oregon (6) Eugene June 01–04, 1988
68/8 BYU (4*) Provo May 31–June 03, 1989
1990s
69/9 Duke (1) Durham May 30–June 02, 1990
70/10 Oregon (7) Eugene May 29–June 01, 1991
71/11 Texas (5) Austin June 03–06, 1992
72/12 Tulane (1*) New Orleans June 02–05, 1993
73/13 Boise State (1) Boise June 01–04, 1994
74/14 Tennessee (2*) Knoxville May 31–June0 3, 1995
75/15 Oregon (8) Eugene May 29–June 01, 1996
76/16 Indiana (2*) Bloomington June 04–07, 1997
77/17 Buffalo (1*) Amherst June 03­–06, 1998
78/18 Boise State (2*) Boise June 02–05, 1999
2000s
79/19 Duke (2*) Durham May 31–June 3, 2000
80/20 Oregon (9) Eugene May 30–June 2, 2001
81/21 LSU (4*) Baton Rouge May 29–June 1, 2002
82/22 Sac State (1) Sacramento June 11–14, 2003
83/23 Texas (6*) Austin June 09–12, 2004
84/24 Sac State (2) Sacramento June 08–11, 2005
85/25 Sac State (3) Sacramento June 07–10, 2006
86/26 Sac State (4*) Sacramento June 06–09, 2007
87/27 Drake (2) Des Moines June 11–14, 2008
88/28 Arkansas (1*) Fayetteville June 10–13, 2009
2010s
89/29 Oregon (10) Eugene June 09–12, 2010
90/30 Drake (3) Des Moines June 08–11, 2011
91/31 Drake (4*) Des Moines June 07–10, 2012
92/32 Oregon (11) Eugene June 05–08, 2013
93/33 Oregon (12) Eugene June 11–14, 2014
94/34 Oregon (13) Eugene June 10–13, 2015
95/35 Oregon (14) Eugene June 08–11, 2016
96/36 Oregon (15) Eugene June 07-10, 2017
97/37 Oregon (16*) Eugene June 06-09, 2018
98/38 Texas (7) Austin June 05-08, 2019
2020s
99/39 Texas (8) Austin June 10-13, 2020
100/40 Oregon (17) Eugene June 09-12, 2021
101/41 Oregon (18) Eugene June 08-11, 2022