In college football Alabama has the most national championships with 13 while Notre Dame comes in second with 12. In College Hockey Bemidji State University has 13 national championships
Larry Kehres, of Mount Union College, Division III, with 9 national championships.
The University of Michigan has the most with 11 national championships the last in 1997. GO BLUE
I think weber state wildcats has lost the most nataiol games
Stanford with 540
The University of Southern California has the most NCAA national championships in baseball with 12 wins.
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
Princeton has 28 National Championships. The closest to them is Yale with 26.
Alabama. The University of Alabama has 12 National Championships
Yale University is the school with the most national championships in football. The school with the most wins in NCAA Division I football is the University of Michigan.
Depends on which sport or sports you are asking about.
LSU Men and Women have a combined 64 national championships as of spring 2007. That is, by far, the most by an SEC school.
The University of Alabama Crimson Tide have the most national championships in football with twelve.
Well can we start with Indian River State College in Florida?? Their Men's swimming team has 36 consecutive NJCAA national championships.
Yale has the most wins in the national championships in college football. They have won 17. Unfortunately for them the last one was in 1909.
UCLA with 100
the team with the most national championship is ucla with 12
The school with the most NCAA championships (combined men's and women's) is UCLA with 104. The most recent being the women's waterpolo team which won their 5th straight championship May 9th 2009.
UCLA they have 101 national championships in all sports. (11 in basketball)