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62nd Annual Men's, 2nd Annual Women's NCAA Track and Field Championships
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National Collegiate Athletic Association. 62nd Annual Men's, 2nd Annual Women's NCAA Track and Field Championships - Page 19. May 30 - June 4, 1983. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 27, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/773/show/748.

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National Collegiate Athletic Association. (May 30 - June 4, 1983). 62nd Annual Men's, 2nd Annual Women's NCAA Track and Field Championships - Page 19. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/773/show/748

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Title 62nd Annual Men's, 2nd Annual Women's NCAA Track and Field Championships
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Date May 30 - June 4, 1983
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Transcript High Jump (Men) 5:00 p.m. Wednesday (Trials) 6:00 p.m. Friday (Finals) World Record: 7-8% (2.36), Gerd Wessig, East Germany, 1980 American Record: 7-71/4 (2.32), Dwight Stones, Cal-State Long Beach, 1976 7-7% (2.32), Del Davis, UCLA, 1982 7-71/4 (2.32), Milton Ottey, Texas-El Paso, 1982 Collegiate Record: 7-7% (2.32), Dwight Stones, Cal-State Long Beach, 1976 7-7% (2.32), Del Davis, UCLA, 1982 7-7% (2.32), Milton Ottey, Texas-El Paso, 1982 7-7% (2.32), Jeff Woodward, Alabama, 1980 NCAA Meet Record: 7-7% (2.32), Milton Ottey, Texas-El Paso, 1982 7-7% (2.32), Del Davis, UCLA, 1982 Robertson Stadium Record: 7-5 (2.26), Nat Page, Unattached, 1980 NCAA CHAMPIONS 1921 John Murphy, Notre Dame, 6-3 1922 John Murphy, Notre Dame Harold Osborn, Illinois, 6-2% 1923 Tom Poor, Kansas, 6-1 1925 Thomas Bransford, Missouri Justin Russell, Chicago Oather Hampton, California, 6-2 1926 Rufus Haggard, Texas, 6-71/4 1927 Anton Burg, Chicago Garland Shepherd, Texas, 6-5% 1928 Robert King, Stanford, 6-6% 1929 Parker Selby, Oklahoma, 6-3 1930 James Stewart, Southern Cal, 6-3% 1931 Darrell Jones, Ball State, 6-3% 1932 Bert Nelson, Butler, 6-5% 1933 Duncan McNaughton, Southern Cal Vincent Murphy, Notre Dame, 6-4 1934 Walter Marty, Fresno State George Spitz, NYU, 6-6% 1935 Linn Philson, Drake, 6-4% 1936 David Albritton, Ohio State Melvin Walker, Ohio State, 6-6% 1937 David Albritton, Ohio State Gil Cruter, Colorado, 6-61/4 1938 David Albritton, Ohio State Gil Cruter, Colorado, 6-8% 1939 John Wilson, Southern Cal, 6-6 1940 John Wilson, Southern Cal Don Canham, Michigan, 6-6% 1941 Lester Steers, Oregon, 6-10% 1942 Adam Berry, Southern-B.R., 6-7% 1943 Fred Sheffield, Utah, 6-8 1944 Ken Wiesner, Marquette, 6-73/ie 1945 Fred Sheffield, Utah Ken Wiesner, Marquette, 6-6% 1946 Ken Wiesner, Marquette, 6-8% 1947 Irving Mondschein, NYU, 6-613/ie 1948 Irving Mondschein, NYU Dike Eddleman, Illinois, 6-7 1949 Dick Phillips, Brown, 6-7 1950 Vern McGrew, Rice, 6-7 1951 Lewis Hall, Florida, 6-9 1952 Walt Davis, Texas A&M Emery Barnes, Oregon, 6-8 1953 Milt Mead, Michigan Lewis Hall, Florida Mark Smith, Wayne State, 6-8% 1954 Ernest Shelton, Southern Cal, 6-10% 1955 Ernest Shelton, Southern Cal, 6-11 Ve 1956 Phil Reavis, Villanova Bob Lang, Missouri Nick Dyer, UCLA, 6-6% 1957 Don Stewart, Southern Methodist Al Urbanckas, Illinois, 6-71/2 1958 Don Stewart, Southern Methodist, 6-9% 1959 Errol Williams, San Jose State Wayne Moss, Oregon State, 6-9% 1960 John Thomas, Boston University, 7-0 1961 John Thomas, Boston University, 7-2 1962 Robert Olson, California, 6-10 1963 Lew Hoyt, Southern Cal, 6-9% 1964 John Rambo, Long Beach State, 7-0% 1965 Frank Costello, Maryland, 6-11 1966 Otis Burrell, Nevada-Reno, 7-1 1967 Steve Brown, Idaho, 7-1 1968 Dick Fosbury, Oregon State, 7-2% 1969 Dick Fosbury, Oregon State, 7-2% 1970 Pat Matzdorf, Wisconsin, 7-1 1971 Renaldo Brown, Cal Poly-SLO, 7-3 1972 Tom Woods, Oregon State, 7-3% 1973 Renaldo Brown, Cal Poly-SLO, 7-4 1974 Randy Smith, Kansas, 7-2 1975 Warren Shanklin, NE Louisiana, 7-1 1976 Dwight Stones, Long Beach State, 7-7 1977 Kyle Arney, Arizona State, 2.28 (7-6) 1978 Franklin Jacobs, FD-Teaneck, 2.21 (7-3) 1979 Nat Page, Missouri, 2.25 (7-4%) 1980 Jeff Woodard, Alabama, 2.32 (7-7%) 1981 Leo Williams, Navy, 2.25 (7-4%) 1982 Milt Ottey, Texas-El Paso, 2.32 (7-7%) Milt Ottey, Texas-El Paso 1982 Champion—7-7% 1983 Finish 1- 2._ 3._ 4._ 5._ 6._ 7- 8._ 9._ 10._ 11- 12._ 18