Campeonato de baloncesto masculino de la NAIA

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Campeonato de baloncesto masculino de la NAIA
Deporte Baloncesto
Fundación 1937
N.º de equipos 32
País Flag of the United States.svg Estados Unidos
Campeón actual Oklahoma City Stars
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El Campeonato nacional de baloncesto masculino de la NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) es un torneo de baloncesto universitario que se celebra anualmente desde 1937, con la excepción de 1944. Fue creado por James Naismith como un torneo para universidades pequeñas de los Estados Unidos. A diferencia del Torneo de la NCAA, lo disputan solamente 32 equipos, celebrándose en tan solo una semana en vez de las tres del torneo mayor.

Desde 1992, la NAIA patrocina también un campeonato de División II, a semejanza de lo que ocurre en la NCAA, pero a diferencia de aquella, no tiene División III. La única universidad en ganar el título de la NAIA y de la NCAA ha sido Louisville. Southern Illinois ha ganado los torneos de la NAIA y el National Invitation Tournament (NIT). Central Misuri y Fort Hays State han ganado los títulos nacionales de la NAIA y la División II de la NCAA. Curiosamente, Indiana State ha sido subcampeón de los torneos de la NAIA (1946 y 1948), de la División I de la NCAA (1979) y de la División II de la NCAA (1968), aunque ganó la NAIA en 1950.

División I[editar]

El campeonato de baloncesto masculino de la División I de la NAIA se disputa actualmente en el Municipal Auditorium en Kansas City (Misuri).[1]

Año Campeón Marcador Finalista Pabellón Ciudad
1937 Central Misuri State 35-24 Morningside (Iowa) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1938 Central Misuri State 45-30 Roanoke (Virginia) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1939 Southwestern (Kansas) 32-31 San Diego State Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1940 Tarkio (Misuri) 52-31 San Diego State Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1941 San Diego State 36-32 Murray State Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1942 Hamline (Minnesota) 33-31 Southeast Oklahoma Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1943 Southeast Misuri State 34-32 Northwest Misuri State Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1944 No hubo torneo
1945 Loyola (La.) 49-36 Pepperdine Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1946 Southern Illinois 49-40 Indiana State Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1947 Marshall 73-59 Mankato State (Minn.) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1948 Louisville 82-70 Indiana State Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1949 Hamline (Minn.) 57-46 Regis (Colo.) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1950 Indiana State 61-47 East Central (Okla.) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1951 Hamline (Minn.) 69-61 Millikin (Ill.) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1952 Southwest Misuri State 73-64 Murray State Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1953 Southwest Misuri State 79-71 Hamline (Minn.) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1954 St. Benedict's (Kan.) 62-56 Western Illinois Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1955 East Texas State 71-54 Southeast Oklahoma Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1956 McNeese State 60-55 Texas Southern Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1957 Tennessee State 92-73 Southeast Oklahoma Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1958 Tennessee State 85-73 Western Illinois Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1959 Tennessee State 97-87 Pacific Lutheran (Wash.) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1960 Southwest Texas State 66-44 Westminster (Pa.) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1961 Grambling State 95-75 Georgetown (Ky.) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1962 Prairie View 62-53 Westminster (Pa.) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1963 Pan American (Texas) 73-62 Western Carolina Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1964 Rockhurst (Mo.) 66-56 Pan American (Texas) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1965 Central State (Ohio) 85-51 Oklahoma Baptist Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1966 Oklahoma Baptist 88-59 Georgia Southern Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1967 St. Benedict's (Kan.) 71-65 Oklahoma Baptist Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1968 Central State (Ohio) 51-48 Fairmont State (W.Va.) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1969 Eastern New Mexico 99-76 Maryland-Eastern Shore Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1970 Kentucky State 79-71 Central Washington Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1971 Kentucky State 102-82 Eastern Michigan Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1972 Kentucky State 71-62 Wisconsin-Eau Claire Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1973 Guilford (N.C.) 99-96 Maryland-Eastern Shore Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1974 West Georgia 97-79 Alcorn State Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
1975 Grand Canyon (Ariz.) 65-54 Midwestern State (Texas) Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1976 Coppin State (Md.) 96-91 Henderson State (Ark.) Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1977 Texas Southern 71-44 Campbell Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1978 Grand Canyon (Ariz.) 79-75 Kearney State (Neb.) Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1979 Drury (Misuri) 60-54 Henderson State (Ark.) Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1980 Cameron (Okla.) 84-77 Alabama State Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1981 Bethany Nazarene (Okla.) 86-85 (pr.) Alabama-Huntsville Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1982 South Carolina-Spartanburg 51-38 Biola (Calif.) Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1983 College of Charleston 57-53 West Virginia Wesleyan Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1984 Fort Hays State (Kan.) 48-46 (pr.) Wisconsin-Stevens Point Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1985 Fort Hays State (Kan.) 82-80 (pr.) Wayland Baptist (Texas) Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1986 David Lipscomb (Tenn.) 67-54 Arkansas-Monticello Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1987 Washburn (Kan.) 79-77 West Virginia State Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1988 Grand Canyon (Ariz.) 88-86 (pr.) Auburn-Montgomery Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1989 St. Mary's (Texas) 61-58 East Central (Okla.) Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1990 Birmingham-Southern 88-80 Wisconsin-Eau Claire Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1991 Oklahoma City 77-74 Central Arkansas Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1992 Oklahoma City 82-73 (pr.) Central Arkansas Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1993 Hawaii Pacific 88-83 Oklahoma Baptist Kemper Arena Kansas City, Misuri
1994 Oklahoma City 99-81 Life (Ga.) Mabee Center Tulsa, Oklahoma
1995 Birmingham-Southern 92-76 Pfeiffer (N.C.) Mabee Center Tulsa, Oklahoma
1996 Oklahoma City 86-80 Georgetown (Ky.) Mabee Center Tulsa, Oklahoma
1997 Life (Ga.) 73-64 Oklahoma Baptist Mabee Center Tulsa, Oklahoma
1998 Georgetown (Ky.) 83-69 Southern Nazarene (Okla.) Donald W. Reynolds Center Tulsa, Oklahoma
1999 Life (Ga.) 63-60 Mobile (Ala.) Donald W. Reynolds Center Tulsa, Oklahoma
2000 Life (Ga.) 61-59 Georgetown (Ky.) Tulsa Convention Center Tulsa, Oklahoma
2001 Faulkner 63-59 Oklahoma Science & Arts Tulsa, Oklahoma Convention Center Tulsa, Oklahoma
2002 Oklahoma Science & Arts 96-79 Oklahoma Baptist Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
2003 Concordia (CA) 88-84 (pr.) Mountain State Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
2004 Mountain State 74-70 Concordia Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
2005 John Brown 65-55 Azusa Pacific Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
2006 Texas Wesleyan 67-65 Oklahoma City Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
2007 Oklahoma City 79-71 Concordia (CA) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
2008 Oklahoma City 75-72 Mountain State (W. Va.) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
2009 Rocky Mountain (Mont.) 77-61 Columbia (Mo.) Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri
2010 Oklahoma Baptist 84-83 Azusa Pacific Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Misuri

División II[editar]

El campeonato de baloncesto de la División II de la NAIA actualmente se disputa en el Keeter Gymnasium en el campus del College of the Ozarks en Point Lookout (Misuri), cerca de Branson.[2]

Año Campeón Marcador Finalista Pabellón Ciudad
1992 Grace (Ind.) 85-79 (pr.) Northwestern (Iowa) Wisdom Gym Stephenville, Texas
1993 Willamette (Ore.) 63-56 Northern State (S.D.) Montgomery Fieldhouse Nampa, Idaho
1994 Eureka (Ill.) 98-95 (pr.) Northern State (S.D.) Montgomery Fieldhouse Nampa, Idaho
1995 Bethel (Ind.) 103-95 (pr.) Northwest Nazarene (Idaho) Montgomery Fieldhouse Nampa, Idaho
1996 Albertson College of Idaho 81-72 (pr.) Whitworth (Wash.) Montgomery Fieldhouse Nampa, Idaho
1997 Bethel (Ind.) 95-94 Siena Heights (Mich.) Montgomery Fieldhouse Nampa, Idaho
1998 Bethel (Ind.) 89-87 Oregon Tech Idaho Center Nampa, Idaho
1999 Cornerstone (Mich.) 113-109 (pr.) Bethel (Ind.) Idaho Center Nampa, Idaho
2000 Embry-Riddle (Fla.) 75-63 College of the Ozarks (Mo.) Keeter Gymnasium Point Lookout, Misuri
2001 Northwestern (Iowa) 82-78 MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) Keeter Gymnasium Point Lookout, Misuri
2002 Evangel (Mo.) 84-61 Robert Morris (Ill.) Keeter Gymnasium Point Lookout, Misuri
2003 Northwestern (Iowa) 77-57 Bethany (Kan.) Keeter Gymnasium Point Lookout, Misuri
2004 Oregon Tech 81-72 Bellevue (Neb.) Keeter Gymnasium Point Lookout, Misuri
2005 Walsh (Ohio) 81-70 Concordia (Neb.) Keeter Gymnasium Point Lookout, Misuri
2006 College of the Ozarks (Mo.) 74-56 Huntington (Ind.) Keeter Gymnasium Point Lookout, Misuri
2007 MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) 78-60 Mayville State (N.D.) Keeter Gymnasium Point Lookout, Misuri
2008 Oregon Tech 63-56 Bellevue (Neb.) Keeter Gymnasium Point Lookout, Misuri
2009 Oklahoma Wesleyan 60-53 College of the Ozarks (Mo.) Keeter Gymnasium Point Lookout, Misuri
2010 Saint Francis (Indiana) 67-66 Walsh (Ohio) Keeter Gymnasium Point Lookout, Misuri
2011 - Keeter Gymnasium Point Lookout, Misuri
2012 - - -
2013 - - -

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