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The Cardinals have brought back 75 championships to the west coast, winning more national titles in the past 25 years than any other school. Stanford has won national titles in 16 different sports including women’s volleyball, tennis, and women’s swimming and diving. They have won the NACDA Director’s Cup award for Division I sports for the past 17 years and presented 49 students in the 2008 Beijing Winter Olympics.
University of North Carolina
Known for it’s basketball team, University of North Carolina has won 51 titles and 34 national championships in 6 different sports. Several more of their notable teams include women’s soccer, women’s field hockey, and men’s lacrosse.
Florida State University
The Gators have won 19 national titles in 9 different sports. They are a top contender for football, basketball, softball, soccer, volleyball, swimming, and diving. Google traffic estimator projected them to be the second most googled college team. (The number one most googled college team is University of Oregon’s Ducks.)
Ohio State University
Ohio State is one of four universities to win national championships in football, basketball, and baseball—all three major men’s sports. (The other three are University of Michigan, Stanford University and University of California, Berkeley.) The Buckeyes also won national championships in men’s swimming & diving, men’s outdoor track & field, men’s golf, men’s gymnastics, and synchronized swimming.
University of California, Los Angeles
The Bruins are widely recognized for their sports, and one of the top schools for basketball. UCLA was the first university to win over 100 NCAA championships.
University of Texas
Known for their excellence in football, University of Texas has won more athletic titles than any other school in the Big 12. They have won 33 national titles in 9 different sports. Their popularity allows them to bring in over $100 million dollars in revenue for their school and secure huge television contracts.
University of Michigan
The University of Michigan is most famous for its football team, who play in a stadium that holds 106,20o fans. The Wolverines football team brings in around $100 million annually for the school.
University of Southern California
The Trojans have won 25 national titles in 11 different sports. USC is best known for it’s football and basketball teams.
University of Georgia
The Bulldogs have won 26 national titles in 7 different sports over the past 25 years. Their gymnastics team won five straight titles from 2005 to 2009. University of Georgia is also known for football, swim, tennis, and baseball.
University of Arkansas
The Razorbacks make the list for being extremely fast. They have won 30 track titles and 10 men’s cross-country titles in the past 25 years.