Most Victories
12 — Villanova (1955-56-57-58-59-60-61-68-69-70-78-86)
10 — Penn (1906-08-10-15-17-19-20-31-32-33)
6 — Harvard (1895-97-02-14-16-30)
6 — Yale (1899-01-03-04-05-28)
6 — New York U. (1940-43-47-48-49-62)
5 — Chicago (1898-00-07-09-11)
5 — Syracuse (1912-21-22-23-27)
5 — Manhattan (1935-37-52-53-54)
5 — Morgan State (1950-63-64-80-82)

Most Consecutive Victories
7 — Villanova (1955-61)
3 — Yale (1903-05)
3 — Syracuse (1921-23)
3 — Penn (1931-33)
3 — New York U. (1947-49)
3 — Manhattan (1952-54)
3 — Villanova (1968-70)

Longest Stretch Between Championships
37 — Michigan (1936-73)
33 — Illinois (1913-46)

Event Record
3:01.10 — Florida (2004)
Sekou Clarke 46.4, Reggie Witherspoon 45.0,
Stefan Pastor 45.0, Kerron Clement 44.7

Franklin Field Record
2:56.60 — USA Red (2000)
Angelo Taylor 45.0, Antonio Pettigrew 44.2,
Tyree Washington 43.7, Michael Johnson 43.70

Relays’ Top 10
3:01.10—Florida (2004)
3:01.39—Louisiana State (2004)
3:01.54—Florida State (2009)
3:01.9—Arizona State (1977)
3:01.93—Southern Methodist (1986)
3:02.10—St. Augustine’s (2009)
3:02.21—Louisiana State (2006)
3:02.1—North Carolina Central (1972)*
3:02.66—Georgia Tech (1994)
3:02.78—Auburn (1985)
*heats

Record Progression
3:55 1/2—CCNY (1895)*
3:51 4/5—Rutgers (1895)*
3:46 – —Lafayette (1895)*
3:33.0—Harvard (1895)
3:28.6—Harvard (1896)
3:23.4—Harvard (1897)
3:21.4—Harvard (1902)
3:18.0—Penn (1915)
3:15.4—Penn (1932)
3:14.8—Pittsburgh (1939)
3:13.6—Morgan State (1950)
3:13.1—Cornell (1951)
3:11.9—Villanova (1956)
3:11.8—Villanova (1958)
3:11.8—Villanova (1959)
3:07.1—Rice (1967)*
3:06.9—Rice (1967)
3:06.1—Villanova (1968)
3:03.1—North Carolina Central (1972)
3:01.9—Arizona State (1977)
3:01.10—Florida (2004)
*heats

Longest Standing Record
26 years—Arizona State (1977-03)

Franklin Field Top 10
2:56.60—USA Red (Penn ‘00)
2:58.40—USA Blue (Penn ‘03)
2:58.52—adidas (Penn ‘99)
2:58.60—USA Red (Penn ‘01)
2:58.71—USA Blue (Penn ‘00)
2:58.92—Jamaica (Penn ‘00)
2:58.93—USA Red (Penn ‘04)
2:59.71—USA Blue (Penn ’08)
2:59.78—Jamaica (Penn ‘01)
2:59.78—USA Red (Penn ’09)

Three-time Champion Anchors
Allen Woodring (Syracuse) 1921,22,23; Reggie Pearman (New York U.) 1947,48,49; Charlie Jenkins (Villanova) 1955,56,57; Larry James (Villanova) 1968,69,70

Two-time Champion Anchors
Evan Hollister (Harvard) 1896,97; D.L. Boardman (Yale) 1899,1901; Jimmy Burgess (Georgetown) 1925,26; Jimmy Healey (Penn) 1931,33; John Woodruff (Pittsburgh) 1938,39; George Berger (Army) 1944,45; Lou Jones (Manhattan) 1953,54; Ed Collymore (Villanova) 1958,59; Paul Drayton (Villanova) 1960,61; Nick Lee (Morgan State) 1963,64; Larry Black (North Carolina Central) 1972,74; Herman Frazier (Arizona State) 1976,77; Patrick O’Connor (George Mason) 1989,90; Derek Mills (Georgia Tech) 1993,94; Kerron Clement (Florida), 2004, 05

Three-time Champions
W.H. Vincent (Harvard) 1895,96,97; Evan Hollister (Harvard) 1895,96,97; Edwin Clapp (Yale) 1901,03,04; Allan Monie (Syracuse) 1921,22,23; Allen Woodring (Syracuse) 1921,22,23; Jack Edwards (Penn) 1931,32,33; Jimmy Healey (Penn) 1931,32,33; Jim Gilhooley (New York U.) 1947,48,49; Reggie Pearman (New York U.) 1947,48,49; Lou Jones (Manhattan) 1952,53,54; Charlie Jenkins (Villanova) 1955,56,57; Ron Delany (Villanova) 1956,57,58; Ed Collymore (Villanova) 1957,58,59; Charley Stead (Villanova) 1957,58,59; Joe Manion (Villanova) 1959,60,61; Hardge Davis (Villanova) 1968,69,70; Larry James (Villanova) 1968,69,70

Past Champions
2009—Florida State (3:01.54)
2008—Texas Christian (3:07.83)
2007—Louisiana State (3:07.34)
2006—Louisiana State (3:02.21)
2005—Florida (3:03.34)
2004—Florida (3:01.10)
2003—Texas Christian (3:05.41)
2002—Louisiana State (3:05.14)
2001—Florida (3:04.22)
2000—Texas Christian (3:05.76)
1999—Mississippi (3:05.19)
1998—Georgia Tech (3:03.58)
1997—Oklahoma (3:03.15)
1996—Texas A&M (3:06.88)
1995—George Mason (3:03.94)
1994—Georgia Tech (3:02.66)
1993—Georgia Tech (3:04.26)
1992—Ohio State (3:04.68)
1991—Auburn (3:03.78)
1990—George Mason (3:04.51)
1989—George Mason (3:06.22)
1988—Florida (3:04.09)
1987—Arkansas (3:04.3)
1986—Villanova (3:03.84)
1985—Auburn (3:02.78)
1984—So. Methodist (3:03.49)
1983—Howard (3:03.91)
1982—Morgan State (3:06.04)
1981—Seton Hall (3:02.95)
1980—Morgan State (3:08.62)
1979—Maryland (3:07.12)
1978—Villanova (3:04.5)
1977—Arizona State (3:01.9)
1976—Arizona State (3:05.1)
Prior to 1976 all races were run at 4x440y
1975—Seton Hall (3:09.0)
1974—N.C. Central (3:05.3)
1973—Michigan (3:10.9)
1972—N.C. Central (3:03.1)
1971—Adelphi (3:07.9)
1970—Villanova (3:07.9)
1969—Villanova (3:07.2)
1968—Villanova (3:06.1)
1967—Rice (3:06.9)
Prior to 1967 all races were run on cinder track
1966—Maryland State (3:15.2)
1965—Maryland State (3:12.5)
1964—Morgan State (3:15.3)
1963—Morgan State (3:12.4)
1962—New York U. (3:12.9)
1961—Villanova (3:14.3)
1960—Villanova (3:12.2)
1959—Villanova (3:11.8)
1958—Villanova (3:11.8)
1957—Villanova (3:12.7)
1956—Villanova (3:11.9)
1955—Villanova (3:17.6)
1954—Manhattan (3:15.1)
1953—Manhattan (3:15.8)
1952—Manhattan (3:22.3)
1951—Cornell (3:13.1)
1950—Morgan State (3:13.6)
1949—New York U. (3:15.6)
1948—New York U. (3:15.5)
1947—New York U. (3:18.8)
1946—Illinois (3:18.4)
1945—Army (3:18.7)
1944—Army (3:21.1)
1943—New York U. (3:20.6)
1942—Colgate (3:16.6)
1941—Indiana (3:16.4)
1940—New York U. (3:16.1)
1939—Pittsburgh (3:14.8)
1938—Pittsburgh (3:17.8)
1937—Manhattan (3:20.5)
1936—Michigan (3:18.4)
1935—Manhattan (3:16.3)
1934—Indiana (3:18.7)
1933—Penn (3:17.2)
1932—Penn (3:15.4)
1931—Penn (3:18.0)
1930—Harvard (3:18.4)
1929—Dartmouth (3:20 1/5)
1928—Yale (3:29)
1927—Syracuse (3:23 3/5)
1926—Georgetown (3:19 4/5)
1925—Georgetown (3:19)
1924—Virginia (3:19 1/5)
1923—Syracuse (3:22 1/5)
1922—Syracuse (3:19 2/5)
1921—Syracuse (3:22 3/5)
1920—Penn (3:22 2/5)
1919—Penn (3:25)
1918—Pittsburgh (3:29 1/5)
1917—Penn (3:25 1/5)
1916—Harvard (3:19)
1915—Penn (3:18)
1914—Harvard (3:22 3/5)
1913—Illinois (3:22 4/5)
1912—Syracuse (3:24 4/5)
1911—Chicago (3:21 4/5)
1910—Penn (3:22 1/5)
1909—Chicago (3:26 4/5)
1908—Penn (3:23 4/5)
1907—Chicago (3:25 2/5)
1906—Penn (3:23 1/5)
1905—Yale (3:22 4/5)
1904—Yale (3:23 3/5)
1903—Yale (3:28)
1902—Harvard (3:21 2/5)
1901—Yale (3:27 1/5)
1900—Chicago (3:23 3/5)
1899—Yale (3:24 4/5)
1898—Chicago (c.3:29 1/5 to 3:30 3/5)
1897—Harvard (3:23 2/5)
1896—Harvard (3:28 3/5)
1895—Harvard (3:33)

Notes of Interest
1991 — St. Augustine’s was disqualified after finishing first (3:03.07) for cutting in early on the second leg pole break.
1986 — SMU was disqualified after finishing first (3:01.93) for an illegal substitution following heats.
1926 — Chicago was disqualified after finishing first for dropping the baton with 5-to-10 yards to go on the last leg