NJCAA Division One Men's Basketball
National Champions
1948 to Present
Tournament play first started in 1945 at Compton, California, when the first Junior College Invitational event was held and won by Pasadena City College. The same event involving teams west of the Mississippi River was held in 1946 and won by Sacramento Junior College. In 1948, the first National Junior College Basketball Tournament involving teams from throughout the United States was held in Springfield, Missouri. In 1949, the National Tournament was moved to Hutchinson, Kansas, and has been held there ever since.
Year National Champion Runner-Up Score
2018      
2017 Hutchinson CC, KS Eastern Florida State College (formerly Bravard CC) 84 - 58
2016 Salt Lake CC, UT Hutchinson CC, KS 74 - 64
2015 Northwest Florida State College (formerly Okaloosa-Walton CC) South Plains College, TX 83 - 80
2014 Jones County Junior College, MS Indian Hills CC, IA 87 - 77
2013 College of Central Florida (formerly Central Florida CC) Northwest Florida State College (formerly Okaloosa-Walton CC) 74 - 69
2012 South Plains College, TX Northwest Florida State College 81 - 68
2011 College of Southern Idaho Midland College, TX 72 - 64
2010 Howard College, TX Three Rivers CC, MO 85 - 80 OT
2009 Salt Lake CC, UT Midland College, TX 67 - 60
2008 South Plains, TX Salt Lake CC, UT 67 - 56
2007 Midland College, TX Chipola College, FL 94 - 75
2006 University of Arkansas-Fort Smith^ Tallahassee CC, FL 68 - 59
2005 Paris Junior College, TX Moberly Area CC, MO 70 - 61
2004 Southeastern CC, IA Redlands CC, OK 58 - 43
2003 Southeastern CC, IA San Jacinto/Central, TX 76 - 68
2002 Dixie College, UT^ Coffeyville CC, KS 82 - 81
2001 Wabash Valley College, IL Alleghany College, MD 89 - 83
2000 Southeastern CC, IA John C. Calhoun State CC, AL 84 - 70
1999 Indian Hills CC, IA Barton County CC, KS 100 - 86
1998 Indian Hills CC, IA Shelby State CC, TN 83 - 68
1997 Indian Hills CC, IA San Jacinto College, TX 89 - 80
1996 Sullivan Junior College, KY^ Allegany CC, MD 104 - 98 OT
1995 Okaloosa-Walton CC, FL (now Northwest Florida State College) Spartanburg Methodist, SC 79 - 63
1994 Hutchinson CC, KS Three Rivers, CC, MO 78 - 74
1993 Pensacola JC, FL (now Pensacola State College) Butler County CC, KS 79 - 74
1992 Three Rivers CC, MO Butler County CC, KS 78 - 77
1991 Aquinas JC, TN^ Arizona Western College 74 - 68
1990 Connors State, OK College of Southern Idaho 103 - 87
1989 NE Oklahoma A & M, OK NE Mississippi CC, MS 83 - 76
1988 Hutchinson CC, KS Kankakee, IL 76 - 74
1987 College of Southern Idaho Midland, TX 69 - 68
1986 San Jacinto College, TX Vincennes, IN 84 - 78
1985 Dixie College, UT^ Kankakee, IL 57 - 55
1984 San Jacinto College, TX Independence, KS 86 - 82
1983 San Jacinto College, TX Seminole, OK 73 - 68
1982 Midland, TX Miami-Dade North, FL 93 - 88 OT
1981 Westark CC, AR (aka University of Arkansas-Ft. Smith)^ Lincoln College, IL 67 - 50
1980 Western Texas College, TX Jefferson State, AL 85 - 72
1979 Three Rivers CC, MO Mercer County, NJ 60 - 59 OT
1978 Independence, KS Niagara County CC, NY 62 - 61
1977 Independence, KS San Jacinto College, TX 75 - 72
1976 College of Southern Idaho Mercer County, NJ 62 - 50
1975 Western Texas JC, TX College of Southern Idaho 65 - 57
1974 Mercer County, NJ Chipola JC, FL 60 - 58
1973 Mercer County, NJ Vacated 80 - 61
1972 Vincennes University, IN Ferrum, VA 73 - 61
1971 Ellsworth College, IA College of Southern Idaho 80 - 71
1970 Vincennes University, IN Moberly Junior College, MO 85 - 67
1969 Paducah Junior College, KY Robert Morris, PA 79 - 76
1968 San Jacinto College, TX Mercer County, NJ 66 - 64
1967 Moberly Junior College, MO San Jacinto College, TX 56 - 55
1966 Moberly Junior College, MO Cameron College, OK 90 - 66
1965 Vincennes University, IN Burlington, IA 80 - 76
1964 Dodge City, KS Casper, WY 73 - 68
1963 Independence, KS Moberly, MO 73 - 68 OT
1962 Coffeyville, KS Lon Morris College, TX 74 - 49
1961 Pueblo, CO Tyler, TX 79 - 66
1960 Parsons, KS Tyler, TX 73 - 71
1959 Weber College, UT Bethany Lutheran, MN 57 - 47
1958 Kilgore, TX Weber College, UT 68 - 57
1957 San Angelo, TX Eastern Arizona, AZ 63 - 51
1956 Kilgore, TX Hannibal-LaGrange, MO 68 - 65
1955 Moberly Junior College, MO Hannibal-LaGrange, MO 71 - 64 2OT
1954 Moberly Junior College, MO Snow College, UT 54 - 49 OT
1953 El Dorado, KS Arkansas City, KS 80 - 64
1952 Wharton, TX Hibbing, MN 78 - 76
1951 Tyler, TX Ventura College, CA 93 - 75
1950 Los Angeles College, CA Northeast JC, MS 67 - 63
1949 Tyler, TX Hutchinson, KS 66 - 64
1948 College of Marin, CA Murray Aggies, OK 48 - 34

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