All-time Division III men's basketball champions

Division III men's basketball championships have been held since 1975, and all the results are right here.

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Year Champion Score Runner-up Att. Other semifinalists  
Games played at Albright; Reading, Pa. (30-team playoffs start)
1975 LeMoyne-Owen 57-54 Glassboro State 1,800 Augustana, Brockport  
1976 Scranton  60-57 (OT)  Wittenberg  4,000  Augustana, Plattsburgh State   
Games played at Augustana; Rock Island, Ill.
1977 Wittenberg  79-66  Oneonta  2,100 Scranton, Hamline   
1978 North Park  69-57 Widener  2,800  Albion, Stony Brook  
Games played at Augustana; Rock Island, Ill. (32-team bracket)
1979 North Park  66-62  Potsdam State  3,500 Franklin & Marshall, Centre   
1980 North Park  83-76  Upsala  3,500 Wittenberg, Longwood   
1981 Potsdam State  67-65 (OT) Augustana  4,237 Ursinus, Otterbein   
Games played at Calvin; Grand Rapids, Mich.
1982 Wabash  83-62 Potsdam State  3,500 Brooklyn, Cal State-Stanislaus   
1983 Scranton  64-63  Wittenberg  3,700 Roanoke, UW-Whitewater   
1984 UW-Whitewater  103-86 Clark  3,200 DePauw, Upsala   
1985 North Park  72-71 Potsdam State  2,816  Nebraska Wesleyan, Widener   
1986 Potsdam State 76-73  LeMoyne-Owen  --  Nebraska Wesleyan, Jersey City State   
1987 North Park  106-100  Clark  2,100 Wittenberg, Stockton State   
1988 Ohio Wesleyan  92-70  Scranton  2,500 Nebraska Wesleyan, Hartwick  
Games played at Wittenberg; Springfield, Ohio (40-team bracket)
1989 UW-Whitewater 94-86  Trenton State  2,882  Southern Maine, Centre   
1990 Rochester  43-42  DePauw  3,000  Washington College, Calvin   
1991 UW-Platteville  81-74  Franklin & Marshall  2,379  Otterbein, Ramapo   
1992 Calvin 62-49  Rochester  2,941  UW-Platteville, Jersey City State   
Games played at Buffalo, N.Y.
1993 Ohio Northern 71-68  Augustana  2,120  Rowan, Mass-Dartmouth   
1994 Lebanon Valley 66-59 (OT)  New York University  2,419  Wittenberg, St. Thomas   
Games played at Buffalo, N.Y. (64-team bracket*)
1995 UW-Platteville  69-55  Manchester  3,000 Rowan, Trinity (Conn.)   
Games played at Salem, Va. (64-team bracket*)
1996 Rowan  100-83 Hope  3,000 Illinois Wesleyan, Franklin & Marshall   
1997 Illinois Wesleyan 89-86  Nebraska Wesleyan  3,013  Williams, Alvernia   
Games played at Salem, Va.
Teams
1998 UW-Platteville  68-59  Hope  3,915  Williams, Wilkes  48
1999 UW-Platteville 76-75 (2 OT)  Hampden-Sydney  4,461  Connecticut College, William Paterson  48
2000 Calvin 79-74  UW-Eau Claire  3,261 Salem State, Franklin & Marshall  48
2001 Catholic  76-62  William Paterson  3,317  Illinois Wesleyan, Ohio Northern  48
2002 Otterbein  102-83 Elizabethtown  2,852  Carthage, Rochester  48
2003 Williams 67-65  Gustavus Adolphus  3,867  Wooster, Hampden-Sydney  48
2004 UW-Stevens Point 84-82  Williams 2,374 John Carroll, Amherst  48
2005 UW-Stevens Point 73-49  Rochester  2,877  Calvin, York (Pa.)  48
2006 Virginia Wesleyan 59-56 Wittenberg  3,435 Illinois Wesleyan, Amherst  59
2007 Amherst 80-67  Virginia Wesleyan  3,075  Washington U., Wooster  59
2008 Washington U. 90-68 Amherst 2,607 Hope, Ursinus 59
2009 Washington U. 61-52 Richard Stockton 2,263 Guilford, Franklin & Marshall 60
2010 UW-Stevens Point 78-73  Williams  2,835  Guilford and Randolph-Macon  61
2011 St. Thomas 78-54  Wooster 2,838 Middlebury and Williams  61
2012 UW-Whitewater 63-60  Cabrini  2,587  Illinois Wesleyan and MIT  62
2013 quarterfinals and semifinals at Salem, Va.; Championship at Atlanta
2013 Amherst 87-70  Mary Hardin-Baylor  3,541  St. Thomas and North Central  62
2014 UW-Whitewater 75-73  Williams  2,681  Amherst and Illinois Wesleyan 62
2015 UW-Stevens Point 70-54  Augustana  3,185  Babson and Virginia Wesleyan  62
2016 St. Thomas 82-76  Benedictine  2,708 Amherst and Christopher Newport  63
2017 Babson 79-78  Augustana  2,257 Whitman and Williams  64

* The NCAA termed these tournaments 64-team play-ins to an official tournament field of 32.

In 2010, the national third-place game was eliminated. For years from 1975 to 2009, the other semifinalists are listed in order of result in the third-place game.

Glassboro State is now known as Rowan; Jersey City State now known as New Jersey City; Stockton State/Richard Stockton now known as Stockton; Trenton State now known as TCNJ