NCAA Championship Finals Hosted in Michigan

Michigan to host NCAA Regional Golf Championships May 17-19, 2012

Year(s) Sport City Notes
2011 Water Polo Ann Arbor Public is notified on May 11th for May 13-15 venue
2010 Hockey Detroit (Ford Field) Frozen Four
2009 Basketball Auburn Hills North Carolina over MSU
2007 Wrestling Auburn Hills n/a

1996

1990

Swimming (Women's)

Hockey

Ann Arbor

Detroit (Joe Louis)

Stanford wins title

Frozen Four

1987 Hockey Detroit (Joe Louis) Frozen Four; North Dakoka over MSU
1985 Hockey Detroit (Joe Louis) Frozen Four
1979 Hockey Detroit (Olympia) Frozen Four
1977 Hockey Detroit (Olympia) Frozen Four; Wisconsin over Michigan (OT)

1971

1967

Gymnastics

Swimming

Ann Arbor

East Lansing

Iowa State wins title

Stanford wins

1964 Tennis East Lansing n/a
1958 Swimming Ann Arbor Michigan is NCAA Champ at Matt Mann Pool; Michigan won 4 NCAA titles 1957-1962 under Gus Stager

1956

1954

1951

1951

Tennis

Track

Gymnastics

Boxing

Kalamazoo

Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor

East Lansing

Note: The next season, Michigan wins the NCAA Men's Tennis Championship, and Barry MacKay is first Big Ten player to win and individual tennis championship

USC wins

Edsel Buchanon wins 3rd NCAA Trampoline Championship in a row; Florida State wins title

Jenison Fieldhouse; MSU wins NCAA Boxing titles in 1951 and 1955 under George Makris until sport is dropped in 1960

1949

1948

Boxing

Swimming

East Lansing

Ann Arbor

Chuck Davey wins 4 consecutive titles (1943-1949) including 1949 at Jenison Fieldhouse

Michigan wins NCAA Championship

1947-1948 Baseball Kalamazoo n/a
1947 Golf Ann Arbor Dave Barclay wins NCAA individual championship for Michigan
1945 Swimming Ann Arbor n/a
1942 Wrestling East Lansing MSU 2nd with 2 Champions, Michigan 4th
1939 Swimming Ann Arbor Michigan wins NCAA Championship
1938-1964 Cross Country East Lansing 27 Consecutive Years except no championship in 1943; MSU wins 8 NCAA Championships in 1939, 1948, 1949, 1952, 1955, 1956, 1958, and 1959
1934 Wrestling Ann Arbor History Lesson: 1934 NCAA Wrestling Championships
1932 Swimming Ann Arbor Matt Mann and Michigan win NCAA Championship