Most Victories
15 — Tennessee (1966-67-69-71-77-81-82-83-88-96-99-01-02-05-06)
5 — Winston-Salem (1957-58-59-60-62)
5 — Yale (1930-31-40-42-68)
5 — Penn (1933-35-72-73-74)
5 — Pittsburgh (1948-54-86-89-90)

Most Consecutive Victories
4 — Winston-Salem (1957-60)
3 — Penn (1972-74)
3 — Tennessee (1981-83)

Longest Stretch Between Championships
37 — Penn (1935-72)
32 — Pittsburgh (1954-86)

Event Record
53.94 — South Carolina (2003)
Corey Taylor, Fred Townsend, Charles Ryan, Ken Fergusen

Relays’ Top 10
:53.94—South Carolina (2003)
:54.30—Florida (2009)
:54.73—Tennessee (2001)
:54.90—Florida (2003)
:54.90—Nebraska (2009)
:54.97—Tennessee (2005)
:55.10—Clemson (2001)
:55.12—Nebraska (2005)
:55.20—Tennessee (2003)
:55.27—Clemson (1998)

Record Progression
:65.0—Penn State (1926)
:63.6—Army (1929)
:63.5—Yale (1931)
:62.5—Ohio State (1932)
:62.4—Cornell (1934)
:61.6—Harvard (1936)
:61.2—Virginia (1938)
:60.8—Yale (1940)
:60.1—North Carolina (1949)*
:59.3—North Carolina (1949)
:58.6—Winston-Salem (1958)
:57.5—Winston-Salem (1959)
:56.9—Penn (1972)
:56.8—Seton Hall (1976)
:56.1—Tennessee (1977)
:55.4—Tennessee (1982)
:55.27—Clemson (1998)
:54.73—Tennessee (2001)
:53.94—South Carolina (2003)

Longest Standing Record
16 years—Tennessee (1982-98)

Franklin Field Top 10
:53.94—South Carolina (Penn ‘03)
:54.22—US East Coast All-Stars (Penn ’95)
:54.30—Florida (Penn ’09)
:54.73—Tennessee (Penn ‘01)
:54.90—Florida (Penn ‘03)
:54.90—Nebraska (Penn ’09)
:54.97—Tennessee (Penn ‘05)
:55.10—Clemson (Penn ’01)
:55.12—Nebraska (Penn ‘05)
:55.20—Tennessee (Penn ‘03)

Past Champions
2009—Florida (:54.30)
2008—Florida (:56.24)
2007—Abilene Christian (:58.40)
2006—Tennessee (:55.87)
2005—Tennessee (:54.97)
2004—Florida (:55.48)
2003—South Carolina (:53.94)
2002—Tennessee (:55.65)
2001—Tennessee (:54.73)
2000—Arkansas (:55.37)
1999—Tennessee (:56.35)
1998—Clemson (:55.27)
1997—Clemson (:56.08)
1996—Tennessee (:55.76)
1995—Texas (:55.71)
1994—Texas (:55.81)
1993—Texas A&M (:56.30)
1992—Clemson (:56.7)
1991—Texas A&M (:56.1)
1990—Pittsburgh (:56.1)
1989—Pittsburgh (:56.1)
1988—Tennessee (:57.0)
1987—Louisiana State (:55.73)
1986—Pittsburgh (:56.5)
1985—Florida (:57.15)
1984—Morgan State (:56.27)
1983—Tennessee (:56.4)
1982—Tennessee (:55.4)
1981—Tennessee (:56.4)
1980—Michigan (:58.2)
1979—Maryland (:56.7)
1978—Michigan (:57.2)
1977—Tennessee (:56.1)
1976—Seton Hall (:56.8)
1975—North Carolina Central (:57.2)
1974—Penn (:57.1)
1973—Penn (:57.6)
1972—Penn (:56.9)
1971—Tennessee (:57.7)
1970—Maryland (:58.0)
1969—Tennessee (:58.7)
1968—Yale (:59.0)
The 1967 race was 4×100 yards
1967—Tennessee (:47.2)
1966—Tennessee (:59.5)
1965—Rice (:57.5)
1964—Michigan (:59.1)
1963—Maryland (:58.8)
1962—Winston-Salem (:59.3)
1961—Villanova (1:00.8)
1960—Winston-Salem (:59.3)
1959—Winston-Salem (:57.5)
1958—Winston-Salem (:58.6)
1957—Winston-Salem (:59.8)
1956—La Salle (1:00.8)
1955—Manhattan (1:00.7)
1954—Army (1:01.9)
1953—Pittsburgh (1:01.0)
1952—Lockbourne Air Base (1:02.5)
1951—Cornell (:59.5)
1950—North Carolina (1:00.0)
1949—North Carolina (:59.3)
1948—Pittsburgh (1:01.4)
1947—Indiana (1:01.4)
1946—Ohio State (1:01.7)
1945—Army (1:03.6)
1944—Army (1:04.1)
1943—Virginia (1:02.0)
1942—Yale (1:01.5)
1941—Tufts (1:02.6)
1940—Yale (1:00.8)
1939—Virginia (1:01.5)
1938—Virginia (1:01.2)
1937—Cornell (1:02.7)
1936—Harvard (1:01.6)
1935—Penn (1:03.0)
1934—Cornell (1:02.4)
1933—Penn (1:03.0)
1932—Ohio State (1:02.5)
1931—Yale (1:03.5)
1930—Yale (1:04.3)
1929—Army (1:03.6)
1928—Ohio State (1:05.6)
1927—Cambridge (1:07.2)
1926—Penn State (1:05.0)