Championnat NAIA de football américain

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Le Championnat NAIA de football américain réunit des équipes universitaires américaines de football américain depuis 1956. De 1970 à 1996, il existe deux divisions.

Division I[modifier | modifier le code]

Saison Champion Score Finaliste Lieu
1956 Montana State
Saint Joseph's (IN)
0–0* Little Rock, Arkansas
1957 Pittsburg State 27–26 Hillsdale Saint Petersburg, Floride
1958 Northeastern State 19–13 Arizona State-Flagstaff Saint Petersburg, Floride
1959 Texas A&I 20–7 Lenoir-Rhyne Saint Petersburg, Floride
1960 Lenoir-Rhyne 15–14 Humboldt State Saint Petersburg, Floride
1961 Pittsburg State 12–7 Linfield Sacramento, Californie
1962 Central State 28–13 Lenoir-Rhyne Sacramento, Californie
1963 Saint John’s 33–27 Prairie View A&M Sacramento, Californie
1964 Concordia-Moorhead
Sam Houston State
7–7* Augusta, Georgie
1965 Saint John’s 33–0 Linfield Augusta, Georgie
1966 Waynesburg 42–21 Wisconsin–Whitewater Tulsa, Oklahoma
1967 Fairmont State 28–21 Eastern Washington Morgantown, Virginie Occidentale
1968 Troy State 43–35 Texas A&I Montgomery, Alabama
1969 Texas A&I 32–7 Concordia-Moorhead Kingsville, Texas
1970 Texas A&I 48–7 Wofford Greenville, Caroline du sud
1971 Livingston 14–12 Arkansas Tech Birmingham, Alabama
1972 East Texas State 21–18 Carson-Newman Commerce, Texas
1973 Abilene Christian 42–14 Elon Shreveport, Louisiane
1974 Texas A&I 34–23 Henderson State Kingsville, Texas
1975 Texas A&I 37–0 Salem Kingsville, Texas
1976 Texas A&I 26–0 Central Arkansas Kingsville, Texas
1977 Abilene Christian 24–7 Southwestern Oklahoma Seattle, Washington
1978 Angelo State 34–14 Elon McAllen, Texas
1979 Texas A&I 20–14 Central State (OK) McAllen, Texas
1980 Elon 17–10 Northeastern State Burlington, Caroline du nord
1981 Elon 3–0 Pittsburg State Burlington, Caroline du nord
1982 Central State (OK) 14–11 Mesa State Edmond, Oklahoma
1983 Carson-Newman 36–28 Mesa State Grand Junction, Colorado
1984 Carson-Newman
Central Arkansas
19–19* Conway, Arkansas
1985 Hillsdale
Central Arkansas
10–10* Conway, Arkansas
1986 Carson-Newman 17–0 Cameron University Jefferson City, Tennessee
1987 Cameron 30–2 Carson-Newman Lawton, Oklahoma
1988 Carson-Newman 56–21 Adams State Jefferson City, Tennessee
1989 Carson-Newman 34–20 Emporia State Jefferson City, Tennessee
1990 Central State (OH) 38–16 Mesa State Grand Junction, Colorado
1991 Central Arkansas 19–16 Central State (OH) Wilberforce, Ohio
1992 Central State (OH) 19–16 Gardner-Webb Boiling Springs, Caroline du nord
1993 East Central 49–35 Glenville State Ada, Oklahoma
1994 Northeastern State 13–12 Arkansas-Pine Bluff Pine Bluff, Arkansas
1995 Central State (OH) 37–7 Northeastern State Tahlequah, Oklahoma
1996 Southwestern Oklahoma 33–31 Montana Tech Weatherford, Oklahoma
1997 Findlay 14–7 Willamette Savannah, Tennessee
1998 Azusa Pacific 17–14 Olivet Nazarene Savannah, Tennessee
1999 Northwestern Oklahoma State 34–26 Georgetown (KY) Savannah, Tennessee
2000 Georgetown (KY) 20–0 Northwestern Oklahoma State Savannah, Tennessee
2001 Georgetown (KY) 49–27 Sioux Falls Savannah, Tennessee
2002 Carroll 28–7 Georgetown (KY) Savannah, Tennessee
2003 Carroll 41–28 Northwestern Oklahoma State Savannah, Tennessee
2004 Carroll 15–13 Saint Francis (IN) Savannah, Tennessee
2005 Carroll 27–10 Saint Francis (IN) Savannah, Tennessee
2006 Sioux Falls 23–19 Saint Francis (IN) Savannah, Tennessee
2007 Carroll 17–9 Sioux Falls Savannah, Tennessee
2008 Sioux Falls 23–7 Carroll Rome, Georgie
2009 Sioux Falls 25–22 Lindenwood Lions Rome, Georgia
2010 Carroll 10–7 Sioux Falls Rome, Georgie
2011 Saint Xavier 24–20 Carroll Rome, Georgie
2012 Marian 30–27 (AP) Morningside Rome, Georgie
2013 Grand View 35–23 University of the Cumberlands Rome, Georgie
2014 Southern Oregon 55–31 Marian Daytona Beach, Floride
2015 Marian 31–14 Southern Oregon Daytona Beach, Floride
2016 Saint Francis (IN) 38–17 Baker Daytona Beach, Floride

* match nul ; les deux équipes sont sacrées championnes.

Division II[modifier | modifier le code]

  • 1970 : Westminster (PA) 21-16 Anderson (IN)
  • 1971 : California Lutheran 30-14 Westminster (PA)
  • 1972 : Missouri Southern 21-14 Northwestern (IA)
  • 1973 : Northwestern (IA) 10-3 Glenville State (WV)
  • 1974 : Texas Lutheran 42-0 Missouri Valley
  • 1975 : Texas Lutheran 34-8 California Lutheran
  • 1976 : Westminster (PA) 20-13 Redlands (CA)
  • 1977 : Westminster (PA) 17-9 California Lutheran
  • 1978 : Concordia College, Moorhead 7-0 University of Findlay (OH)
  • 1979 : University of Findlay (OH) 51-6 Northwestern (IA)
  • 1980 : Pacific Lutheran (WA) 38-10 Wilmington (OH)
  • 1981 : Austin College (TX) 24-24 Concordia College, Moorhead[1]
  • 1982 : Linfield (OR) 33-15 William Jewell (MO)
  • 1983 : Northwestern (IA) 25-21 Pacific Lutheran University (WA)
  • 1984 : Linfield (OR) 33-22 Northwestern (IA)
  • 1985 : University of Wisconsin-La Crosse 24-7 Pacific Lutheran University (WA)
  • 1986 : Linfield (OR) 17-0 Baker University (KS)
  • 1987 : Pacific Lutheran University (WA)[2]
  • 1988 : Westminster (PA) 21-14 University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
  • 1989 : Westminster (PA) 51-30 University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
  • 1990 : Peru State College (NE) 17-7 Westminster (PA)
  • 1991 : Georgetown College (KY) 28-20 Pacific Lutheran University (WA)
  • 1992 : University of Findlay (OH) 26-13 Linfield (OR)
  • 1993 : Pacific Lutheran University(WA) 50-20 Westminster (PA)
  • 1994 : Westminster (PA) 27-7 Pacific Lutheran University(WA)
  • 1995 : Central Washington 21-21 University of Findlay (OH)[1]
  • 1996 : University of Sioux Falls (SD) 47-25 Western Washington

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Références[modifier | modifier le code]

  1. a et b Match nul ; les deux équipes sont sacrées championnes.
  2. Pacific Lutheran (WA) et University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point jouèrent la finale qui s'acheva sur un score d'égalité 16-16. Toutefois, Wisconsin-Stevens fut disqualifié pour avoir aligné un joueur non éligible.