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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 24. May 30 - June 4, 1983. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 22, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/773/show/753.

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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 24. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/773/show/753

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Title 62nd Annual Men's, 2nd Annual Women's NCAA Track and Field Championships
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  • National Collegiate Athletic Association
Publisher National Collegiate Athletic Association
Date May 30 - June 4, 1983
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  • College sports
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Transcript Discus Throw (Men) 7:00 p.m. Wednesday (Trials) 7:00 p.m. Friday (Finals) World Record: 233-5 (71.16), Wolfgang Schmidt, East Germany, 1978 American Record: 237-4 (72.34), Ben Plucknett, Southern California Striders, 1981 Collegiate Record: 217-3 (66.22), Goran Svensson, BYU, 1981 NCAA Meet Record: 210-0 (64.00), Kenth Gardenkrans, BYU, 1978 Robertson Stadium Record: 220-5, Ben Plucknett, SC Striders, 1983 NCAA CHAMPIONS 1921 Gus Pope, Washington, 142-21/4 1922 Thomas Lieb, Notre Dame, 144-21/2 1923 Thomas Lieb, Notre Dame, 143-4 1925 Clifford Hoffman, Stanford, 148-4 1926 Clarence Houser, Southern Cal, 148-11% 1927 James Corson, Pacific (Calif.), 144-2V2 1928 Eric Krenz, Stanford, 149-2 1929 Peter Rasmus, Ohio State, 159-17/a 1930 Paul Jessup, Washington, 160-9% 1931 Robert Hall, Southern Cal, 152-7Vs 1932 Frank Purma, Illinois, 156-41/4 1933 Henry Laborde, Stanford, 163-3% 1934 Gordon Dunn, Stanford, 162-7 1935 Ken Carpenter, Southern Cal, 157-11V4 1936 Ken Carpenter, Southern Cal, 173-0 1937 Pet Zagar, Stanford, 156-3 1938 Pete Zagar, Stanford, 162-3V4 1939 Pete Zagar, Stanford, 164-% 1940 Archie Harris, Indiana, 162-41/2 1941 Archie Harris, Indiana, 174-8% 1942 Bob Fitch, Minnesota, 164-8% 1943 Howard Debus, Nebraska, 144-4% 1944 Bill Bangert, Missouri, 149-5 1945 Bill Bangert, Missouri, 151-9V8 1946 Fortune Gordien, Minnesota, 153-10% 1947 Fortune Gordien, Minnesota, 173-3 1948 Fortune Gordien, Minnesota, 164-6V2 1949 Victor Frank, Yale, 168-9V2 1950 Dick Doyle, Montana, 171-5 1951 Jim Dillion, Auburn, 167-5% 1952 Sim Iness, Southern Cal, 173-2% 1953 Sim Iness, Southern Cal, 190-7/a 1954 Jim Dillion, Auburn, 176-3 1955 Des Koch, Southern Cal, 176-% 1956 Ron Drummond, UCLA, 173-V2 1957 Al Oerter, Kansas, 185-4 1958 Al Oerter, Kansas Rink Babka, Southern Cal, 186-2 1959 Dick Cochran, Missouri, 178-0 1960 Dick Cochran, Missouri, 188-31/2 1961 Glen Passey, Utah State, 176-8 1962 Dave Weill, Stanford, 188-1 1963 Dave Weill, Stanford, 181-21/2 1964 Larry Kennedy, New Mexico, 185-21/2 1965 Bob Stoecker, Stanford, 183-7V2 1966 Randy Matson, Texas A&M, 197-0 1967 Randy Matson, Texas A&M, 190-4 1968 John Van Reenen, Washington State, 194-10 1969 John Van Reenen, Washington State, 200-8 1970 John Van Reene, Washington State, 190-9 1971 Mike Louisiana, Brigham Young, 194-10 1972 Fred DeBernardi, Texas-El Paso, 196-5 1973 Mac Wilkins, Oregon, 203-11 1974 Zdravko Pecar, Brigham Young, 190-2 1975 Jim McGoldrick, Texas, 190-1 1976 Borys Chambul, Washington, 202-3 1977 Svein Walvik, Texas-El Paso, 60.62 (198-11) 1978 Kenth Gardenkrans, BYU, 64.00 (210-0) 1979 Brad Cooper, Florida State, 63.94 (209-9) 1980 Goran Svensson, BYU, 61.72 (202-6) 1981 Scott Crowell, Iowa State, 62.88 (206-3) 1982 Dean Crouser, Oregon, 63.22 (207-4) Dean Crouser, Oregon 1982 Champion—207-4 1983 Finish 2.. 3._ 4.. 5. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9._ 10.. 11.. 12.. 23