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The NCAA record is 31 consecutive national championships, 1980 to 2010, in Men's Swimming & Diving, Division III, by Kenyon College (Gambier, Ohio). This was the longest streak in any division in any sport in NCAA history.The NCAA record for most total championships in any one sport is the same - Kenyon College - Men's Swimming & Diving - 31 total NCAA national championships.
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26 USC Trojans Mens Track and Field
The University of Dayton (Ohio) Flyers are Division I in basketball, and Division III in football.
USC Trojans have 26 National Championships in Mens Track and Field.
Yes, unless the school's intramural sports department has a rule prohibiting it.
UCLA has won the most consecutive NCAA Division I Men's basketball championships, but Kenyon Univ has the most consecutive championships in any sport with 30 in DIII Swimming and Diving. Hobart College has the most consecutive team championships in any sport with 12 in D III Lacrosse.
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The most national championships in any one sport:31 NCAA national titles - Kenyon College - Men's Swimming and Diving.The most consecutive national championships in any one sport:31 consecutive national championships - 1980 thru 2010 - by Kenyon Collegein Men's Swimming and Diving