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    There are eight states that have never had a men's NCAA outdoor champ from a school in that state. Can you name them ? The other 42 (plus D.C. thanks to Georgetown) have at least one.

    Of course it's remotely possible that I missed some in researching this but hopefully not.

    Remember ... researching by YOU is not allowed !!!!

  • #2
    Re: States with no men's NCAA champs

    Alaska Hawaii and 6 others

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    • #3
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      >Alaska Hawaii and 6 others

      that is correct, so 2 down, 6 to go. If Terry Albritton had won the SP a few years later we would have had a Hawaii, but he was still at Stanford the year he won.

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      • #4
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        New Mexico, Rhode Island, New Jersey?

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        • #5
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          >New Mexico, Rhode Island, New Jersey?

          None of those are correct. Univ of Rhode Island had two Hammer winners; Univ. of New Mexico had at least Adolph Plummer in the 400; also Dickie Howard in the 400 H.

          Plenty of winners from New Jersey from, perhaps among others, Princeton, Rutgers, Fairleigh-Dickinson.

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          • #6
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            North Dakota, South Dakota

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            • #7
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              Vermont? West Va? Maine?

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              • #8
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                >North Dakota, South Dakota

                these 2 are correct, 4 more to go

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                • #9
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                  >Vermont? West Va? Maine?

                  Vermont and West Virginia are also correct, only need 2 more. Maine however has had several winners from Bowdoin, Bates.

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                  • #10
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                    Wyoming?

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                    • #11
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                      >Wyoming?

                      that is correct.... only 1 state left

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                      • #12
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                        Delaware?

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                        • #13
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                          >Delaware?

                          Bingo. Good work , this one's all done.

                          the 8 states, to summarize, were:

                          North Dakota
                          South Dakota
                          West Virginia
                          Delaware
                          Alaska
                          Hawaii
                          Vermont
                          Wyoming

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                          • #14
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                            Hang on here. Is this a D-I only consideration? Did Bowdoin and Bates at one time compete D-I and have some winners? If not, I'm guessing there must have been someone from USD or SDSU to win an event at D-II nationals.

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                              >Hang on here. Is this a D-I only consideration? Did Bowdoin and Bates at one
                              >time compete D-I and have some winners? If not, I'm guessing there must have
                              >been someone from USD or SDSU to win an event at D-II nationals.

                              An entirely valid question; the original question did not specify "division I", but presumably was interpreted as such by all answerers, , and it certainly was intended as such. As to the current status of schools such as Bowdoin, I do not have the foggiest; but they had a div. I NCAA champ or two.

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