All-time Division III basketball champions

Division III men's basketball championships have been held since 1975, women's championships since 1982, plus two Division III AIAW championships in 1980 and 1981. All the results are right here.

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All-time men's champions

1975 LeMoyne-Owen 57, Glassboro State 54 
1976 Scranton 60, Wittenberg 57 (OT)
1977 Wittenberg 79, Oneonta State 66
1978 North Park 69, Widener 57
1979 North Park 66, Potsdam State 62
1980 North Park 83, Upsala 76
1981 Potsdam State 67, Augustana 65 (OT)
1982 Wabash 83, Potsdam State 62
1983 Scranton 64, Wittenberg 63
1984 UW-Whitewater 103, Clark 86
1985 North Park 72, Potsdam State 71
1986 Potsdam State 76, LeMoyne-Owen 73
1987 North Park 106, Clark 100
1988 Ohio Wesleyan 92, Scranton 70
1989 UW-Whitewater 94, Trenton State 86
1990 Rochester 43, DePauw 42
1991 UW-Platteville 81, Franklin & Marshall 74
1992 Calvin 62, Rochester 49
1993 Ohio Northern 71, Augustana 68
1994 Lebanon Valley 66, NYU 59 (OT)
1995 UW-Platteville 69, Manchester 55
1996 Rowan 100, Hope 83
1997 Illinois Wesleyan 89, Nebraska Wesleyan 86
1998 UW-Platteville 69, Hope 56
1999 UW-Platteville 76, Hampden-Sydney 75 (2 OT)
2000 Calvin 79, UW-Eau Claire 74
2001 Catholic 76, William Paterson 62
2002 Otterbein 102, Elizabethtown 83
2003 Williams 67, Gustavus Adolphus 65
2004 UW-Stevens Point 84, Williams 82
2005 UW-Stevens Point 73, Rochester 49
2006 Virginia Wesleyan 59, Wittenberg 56
2007 Amherst 80, Virginia Wesleyan 67
2008 Washington U. 90, Amherst 68
2009 Washington U. 61, Richard Stockton 52
2010 UW-Stevens Point 78, Williams 73
2011 St. Thomas 78, Wooster 54
2012 UW-Whitewater 63, Cabrini 60
2013 Amherst 87, Mary Hardin-Baylor 70
2014 UW-Whitewater 75, Williams 73
2015 UW-Stevens Point 70, Augustana 54
2016 St. Thomas 82, Benedictine 76

NCAA provided: Men's basketball tournament records through 2015

All-time women's champions

1980 Worcester State (AIAW champs)
1981 UW-La Crosse (AIAW champs)
1982 Elizabethtown 67, UNC-Greensboro 66
1983 North Central 83, Elizabethtown 71
1984 Rust 51, Elizabethtown 49
1985 Scranton 68, New Rochelle 59
1986 Salem State 89, Bishop 85
1987 UW-Stevens Point 81, Concordia-Moorhead 74
1988 Concordia-Moorhead 65, St. John Fisher 57
1989 Elizabethtown 66, Cal State-Stanislaus 65
1990 Hope 65, St. John Fisher 63
1991 St. Thomas 73, Muskingum 55
1992 Alma 79, Moravian 75
1993 Central 71, Capital 63
1994 Capital 82, Washington U. 63
1995 Capital 59, UW-Oshkosh 52
1996 UW-Oshkosh 66, Mount Union 50
1997 New York U. 72, UW-Eau Claire 70
1998 Washington U. 77, Southern Maine 69
1999 Washington U. 74, St. Benedict 65
2000 Washington U. 79, Southern Maine 33
2001 Washington U. 67, Messiah 45
2002 UW-Stevens Point 67. St. Lawrence 65
2003 Trinity (Texas) 60, Eastern Connecticut 58
2004 Wilmington 59, Bowdoin 52
2005 Millikin 70, Randolph-Macon 50
2006 Hope 69, Southern Maine 56
2007 DePauw 55, Washington U. 52
2008 Howard Payne 68, Messiah 54
2009 George Fox 60, Washington U. 53
2010 Washington U. 65, Hope 59
2011 Amherst 64, Washington U. 55
2012 Illinois Wesleyan 57, George Fox 48
2013 DePauw 69, UW-Whitewater 51
2014 FDU-Florham 80, Whitman 72
2015 (vacated) *
2016 Thomas More 63, Tufts 51

NCAA provided: Women's basketball tournament records through 2015

The NCAA began sponsoring national championships for women in 1982. Championships prior to 1982 were administered by the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women.

* 2014-15 championship was vacated by Thomas More