That record is held by the university of Tampa Fl with coach Lelo Prado who took the job at Louisville and now coaches at the University of South Florida.
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.
The University of Southern California has the most NCAA national championships in baseball with 12 wins.
The Bulldogs have won two consensus NCAA Division 1-A college football National Championships and 12 Southeastern Conference championships.
I think that the University of Michigan has the most NCAA championships
there are currently 211 division 1A college baseball programs
UCLA has won 11 NCAA mens championships. Tennessee has won 8 NCAA women's championships.
northwestern has won the most recent one
Two schools have won NCAA national championships in football, baseball, and men's basketball: Jacksonville State University (NCAA Division II) Men's Basketball (1985) Baseball (1990, 1991) Football (1992) University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (NCAA Division III) Men's Basketball (1984, 1989) Baseball (2005) Football (2007, 2009, 2010) Note 1: The NCAA does not officially sanction a football national championship in FBS / Division I Note 2: Jacksonville State now competes at FCS / Division I
UCLA beat Cal 3-1 in the NCAA Division 1 Softball Championships in 2004