Jacksonville State University (NCAA Division II)
Men's Basketball (1985)
Baseball (1990, 1991)
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (NCAA Division III)
Men's Basketball (1984, 1989)
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
Stanford and Maryland
I don't know the complete list, but I do know that Michigan State was the first D-1 university to win two championships in both basketball and football. Florida is another one.
Yes As Of Monday April Second 2007
Florida in 2006 is it. Michigan State University 1950 and 60's in football. '79 and '00 for basketball.
It varies between schools. But the top sports are football, basketball, track, volleyball, and baseball.
Appalachian State University
Ucla at the school he was a four letter athlete baseball. Basketball. Football. Track
USC has won the most team national championships, and UCLA has won the most combined.Who are the next ten schools? this is not including football the NCAA dose not award national championships in football so its hard to say and you will pobabibly get a different answer depending on who you ask
Basketball, football, and soccer.
Traditionally, soccer (football) is the primary sport of China and is the most played game in their schools. They also play basketball, baseball, cricket and other sports.
Florida and Alabama
I am Pretty sure it is football or basketball, because in schools, kids do not play baseball very much, and i never really see anyone play baseball.
university of Florida, Ohio state university, ucla, and Michigan. maybe some more. Syracuse
Villanova is the only school to have won the NCAA Division I Football Championship (2009) and the NCAA Division I Basketball Championship (1985).Florida in 2006 is it. Michigan State University 1950 and 60's in football. '79 and '00 for basketball.MichiganMichigan StateOhio Statelet's not forget UCLA, Florida and Maryland.Don't forget the Razorbacks of Arkansas - football 1964 (unfairly split with Alabama), basketball 1994UCLA's football championship was shared with Ohio State in 1954, so that response a little iffy. One school you've left out; in fact, the only private university to win both football & men's basketball championships-> Syracuse (football- 1959;men's basketball- 2003)California also has won both and, if you accept shared football championships, Stanford too (another private university).
If you mean the type of sports that the schools have in the US they include; basketball, track&field, soccer, football, volleyball, lacrosse, weightlifting, crosscountry, dance, swimming, waterpolo, baseball, softball, and even bowling.
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Most high schools offer students the opportunity to participate in football, baseball, softball, track and field, soccer, basketball and cross country running. Many will also have wrestling, swimming and diving.
ummmmmmm... all i know da the answer 2 is that pickles onced ruled the earth and they built a big dam near Pangaea. duhh easiest question eva! Maryland is one. Tennesee is not. They've never won a national championship in football and mens basketball. Stanford is another. I don't think there is a third.
French schools teach the basics of athletics. Children also go to the swimming pool and play collective sports (basketball, football, ..)
Notre Dame's basketball team is in the Big East, and its football team is an independent.