No one state or city has has a clean sweep of all major championship sports. Pittsburgh won 2 major sports for the 1979-80 season, with the Pirates winning the world series and the Steelers winning the Superbowl, and then again in 2009, when the Steelers won the Superbowl, and the Penguins won the Stanley Cup.
Pennsylvania is currently the holder of the MLB World Series (Phillies), NFL Super Bowl (Steelers) and the NHL Stanley Cup (Penguins) Championships!
NC State has won 8 national championships: 2 NCAA championships, 2 AIAW championships, and 4 titles under other sanctioning bodies.
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Most states with multiple sports could claim that distinction depending on how far back you go. For instance, Michigan has won championships in all major sports, even football, though you have to go back to the 50's, before the Super Bowl.
Here are a few teams who hold the record for nost state championships in particular sports: Track & Field: Minneapolis Central, 13 championships Softball: St Bernard's St Paul, 7 championships Vollyball, Girls: Robbinsdale Armstrong, 7 championships Hockey, Boys: International Falls and Roseau each have 7 championships Football: Mahnomen, 6 championships See related links for Minnesota State High School League Records for various sports.
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According to Wikipedia there has been 5 state championships
The New York Yankees won the most World Series in the history of sports! The New York Yankees won the most World Series in the history of sports!
The Kansas State Wildcats have won 78 conference championships in several sports. They have not, however, won a single consensus national championship in any sport.
Ohio State has 5 solo championships and 2 shared championships that the school considers titles, so they have 7 total.
Many different colleges can be referred to as "State," although from a national standpoint, Michigan State is the most prominent program simply called "State." Michigan State has won at least a share of six national championship: 1951, 1952, 1955, 1957, 1965, and 1966. Of those, only 1952 was a "consensus" championship (meaning all major selectors of a "national champion" selected MSU). Also, three of the championships are generally recognized as "major" championships: 1952, 1965, and 1966 (meaning MSU was selected by at least one "major" poll).
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Lawrence High School in Lawrence, KS has 105 total state championships.
they have 18 national championships most in ncaa