National Champions

NAIA Football National Championships
Year by Year Results

2015
Daytona Beach, Fla.
2014
Daytona Beach, Fla.
Southern Oregon
55-31
Marian (Ind.)
2013
Rome, Ga.
Grand View (Iowa)
35-23
Cumberlands (Ky.)
2012
Rome, Ga.
Marian (Ind.)
30-27
Morningside (Iowa)
2011
Rome, Ga.
Saint Xavier (Ill.)
24-20
Carroll (Mont.)
2010
Rome, Ga.
Carroll (Mont.)
10-7
Sioux Falls (S.D.)
2009
Rome, Ga.
Sioux Falls (S.D)
25-22
Lindenwood (Mo.)
2008
Rome, Ga.
Sioux Falls (S.D.)
23-7
Carroll (Mont.)
2007
Rome, Ga.
Carroll (Mont.)
17-9
Sioux Falls (S.D.)
2006
Rome, Ga.
Sioux Falls (S.D.)
23-19
St. Francis IN
2005 Savannah, Tenn. Carroll (Mont.) 27-10 St. Francis IN
2004 Savannah, Tenn. Carroll (Mont.) 15-13 St. Francis IN
2003 Savannah, Tenn. Carroll (Mont.) 41-28 Northwestern Oklahoma State
2002 Savannah, Tenn. Carroll (Mont.) 28-7 Georgetown (Ky.)
2001 Savannah, Tenn. Georgetown (Ky.) 49-27 Sioux Falls (S.D.)
2000 Savannah, Tenn. Georgetown (Ky.) 20-0 Northwestern Oklahoma State
1999 Savannah, Tenn. Northwestern Oklahoma State 34-26 Georgetown (Ky.)
1998 Savannah, Tenn. Azusa Pacific (Calif.) 17-14 Olivet Nazarene (Ill.)
1997 Savannah, Tenn. Findlay (Ohio) 14-7 Willamette (Ore.)
1994-I Pine Bluff, Ark. Northeastern State (Okla.) 13-12 Arkansas-Pine Bluff
1993-II Portland, Ore. Pacific Lutheran (Wash.) 50-20 Westminster (Pa.)
1993-I Ada, Okla. East Central (Okla.) 49-35 Glenville State (W.Va.)
1992-II Portland, Ore. Findlay (Ohio) 26-13 Linfield (Ore.)
1992-I Boiling Springs, N.C. Central State (Ohio) 19-16 Gardner-Webb (N.C.)
1991-II Georgetown, Ky. Georgetown (Ky.) 28-20 Pacific Lutheran (Wash.)
1991-I Wilberforce, Ohio Central Arkansas 19-16 Central State (Ohio)
1990-II Omaha, Neb. Peru State (Neb.) 17-7 Westminster (Pa.)
1990-I Grand Junction, Colo Central State (Ohio) 38-16 Mesa State (Colo.)
1989-II Canton, Ohio Westminster (Pa.) 51-30 Wisconsin-La Crosse
1989-I Jefferson City, Tenn. Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 34-20 Emporia State (Kan.)
1988-II New Wilmington, Pa. Westminster (Pa.) 21-14 Wisconsin-La Crosse
1988-I Jefferson City, Tenn. Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 56-21 Adams State (Colo.)
1987-II Tacoma, Wash. Pacific Lutheran (Wash.)/Vacant * 16-16 (tie) ———————-
1987-I Lawton, Okla. Cameron (Okla.) 30-2 Carson-Newman (Tenn.)
1986-II McMinnville, Ore. Linfield (Ore.) 17-0 Baker (Kan.)
1986-I Jefferson City, Tenn. Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 17-0 Cameron (Okla.)
1985-II Tacoma, Wash. Wisconsin-La Crosse 24-7 Pacific Lutheran (Wash.)
1985-I Conway, Ark. Hillsdale (Mich.)/Central Arkansas 10-10 (tie) ———————-
1984-II McMinnville, Ore. Linfield (Ore.) 33-22 Northwestern (Iowa)
1984-I Conway, Ark. Carson-Newman (Tenn.)/Central Arkansas 19-19 (tie) ———————-
1983-II Tacoma, Wash. Northwestern (Iowa) 25-21 Pacific Lutheran (Wash.)
1983-I Grand Junction, Colo. Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 36-28 Mesa (Colo.)
1982-II McMinnville, Ore. Linfield (Ore.) 33-15 William Jewell (Mo.)
1982-I Edmond, Okla. Central State (Okla.) 14-11 Mesa (Colo.)
1981-II Sherman, Texas Austin College/Concordia (Minn.) 24-24 (tie)
1981-I Burlington, N.C. Elon (N.C.)  3-0 Pittsburg State (Kan.)
1980-II Tacoma, Wash. Pacific Lutheran (Wash.) 38-10 Wilmington (Ohio)
1980-I Burlington, N.C. Elon (N.C.) 17-10 Northeastern State (Okla.)
1979-II Findlay, Ohio Findlay (Ohio) 51-6 Northwestern (Iowa)
1979-I McAllen, Texas Texas A&I 20-14 Central State (Okla.)
1978-II Findlay, Ohio Concordia (Minn.) Jul-00 Findlay (Ohio)
1978-I McAllen, Texas Angelo State (Texas) 24-14 Elon (N.C.)
1977-II Thousand Oaks, Calif. Westminster (Pa.) 17-9 California Lutheran
1977-I Seattle, Wash. Abilene Christian (Texas) 24-7 Southwestern Oklahoma
1976-II Redlands, Calif. Westminster (Pa.) 20-13 Redlands (Calif.)
1976-I Kingsville, Texas Texas A&I 26-0 Central Arkansas
1975-II Thousand Oaks, Calif. Texas Lutheran 34-8 California Lutheran
1975-I Kingsville, Texas Texas A&I 37-0 Salem (W.Va.)
1974-II Seguin, Texas Texas Lutheran 42-0 Missouri Valley
1974-I Kingsville, Texas Texas A&I 34-23 Henderson State (Ark.)
1973-II Huntington, W.Va. Northwestern (Iowa) 3-Oct Glenville State (W.Va.)
1973-I Shreveport, La. Abilene Christian (Texas) 42-14 Elon (N.C.)
1972-II Joplin, Mo. Missouri Southern 21-14 Northwestern (Iowa)
1972-I Commerce, Texas East Texas State 21-18 Carson-Newman (Tenn.)
1971-II Thousand Oaks, Calif. California Lutheran 30-14 Westminster (Pa.)
1971-I Birmingham, Ala. Livingston (Ala.) 14-12 Arkansas Tech
1970-II New Castle, Pa. Westminster (Pa.) 21-16 Anderson (Ind.)
1970-I Greenville, S.C. Texas A&I 48-7 Wofford (S.C.)
1969 Kingsville, Texas Texas A&I 32-7 Concordia (Minn.)
1968 Montgomery, Ala. Troy State (Ala.) 43-35 Texas A&I
1967 Morgantown, W.Va. Fairmont State (W.Va.) 28-21 Eastern Washington
1966 Tulsa, Okla. Waynesburg (Pa.) 42-21 Wisconsin-Whitewater
1965 Augusta, Ga. St. John’s (Minn.) 33-0 Linfield (Ore.)
1964 Augusta, Ga. Concordia (Minn.)/Sam Houston State (Texas) 7-7 (tie) ———————-
1963 Sacramento, Calif. St. John’s (Minn.) 33-27 Prairie View A&M (Texas)
1962 Sacramento, Calif. Central State (Okla.) 28-13 Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.)
1961 Sacramento, Calif. Pittsburg State (Kan.)
12-7
Linfield (Ore.)
1960 St. Petersburg, Fla. Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.) 15-14 Humboldt State (Calif.)
1959 St. Petersburg, Fla. Texas A&I 20-7 Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.)
1958 St. Petersburg, Fla. Northeastern State (Okla.) 19-13 Northern Arizona
1957 St. Petersburg, Fla. Pittsburg State (Kan.) 27-26 Hillsdale (Mich.)
1956 Little Rock Ark. Montana State/St Joesph’s IND 0-0 (tie) ———————-
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