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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 34. May 30 - June 4, 1983. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 1, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/773/show/763.

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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 34. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/773/show/763

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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 Pole Vault (Men) 5:00 p.m. Thursday (Trials) 6:00 p.m. Saturday (Finals) World Record: 19-% (5.81), Vladimir Polyakov, USSR, 1981 American Record: 18-9% (5.73), Dave Volz, Indiana, 1982 18-10%p (5.75p), Dave Volz, Indiana, 1982 18-10%p (5.75p), Brad Pursley, Abilene Christian, 1983 Collegiate Record: 18-10% (5.75), Dave Volz, Indiana, 1982 18-10%p (5.75p), Brad Pursley, Abilene Christian, 1983 NCAA Meet Record: 18-2% (5.54), Randy Hall, Texas A&M, 1980 Robertson Stadium Record: 18-4 (5.59), Mile Tully, New York Athletics Club, 1980 NCAA CHAMPIONS 1921 Longino Welch, Georgia Tech Eldon Jenne, Washington State Lloyd Wilder, Wisconsin Truman, Gardner, Yale, 12-0 1922 Allen Norris, California John Landowski, Michigan, 12-6 1923 Earle McKown, Emporia State James Brooker, Michigan, 12-11 1925 Philip Northrup, Michigan Kenneth Lancaster, Missouri Frank Potts, Oklahoma Royal Bouscher, Northwestern Earle McKown, Emporia State, 12-4 1926 Paul Harrington, Notre Dame, 13-% 1927 W. H. Droegenmueller, Northwestern, 13-0 1928 Ward Edmonds, Stanford, 13-6V2 1929 Tom Warne, Northwestern Ward Edmonds, Stanford, 13-8% 1930 Tom Warne, Northwestern, 13-9% 1931 Verne McDermont, Illinois Tom Warne, Northwestern William Graber, Southern Cal, 13-10%6 1932 Bryce Beecher, Indiana, 13-10 1933 William Graber, Southern Cal MattGordy, Lousiana State, 13-11 Vie 1934 Jack Rand, San Diego State, 14-% 1935 William Sefton, Southern Cal Earle Meadows, Southern Cal, 14-1% 1936 William Sefton, Southern Cal Earle Meadows, Southern Cal, 14-1% 1937 William Sefton, Southern Cal, 14-8% 1938 Loring Day, Southern Cal, 14-2 1939 Richard Ganslen, Columbia, 14-5 1940 Kenneth Dills, Southern Cal, 13-10 1941 Guinn Smith, California Harold Hunt, Nebraska, 14-2 1942 Jack DeField, Minnesota, 14-1 1943 Jack DeField, Minnesota, 14-1 1944 John Schmidt, Ohio State William Blackwell, Oberlin Phillip Anderson, Notre Dame Robert Phelps, Illinois, 13-6 1945 Robert Phelps, Illinois, 11-6 1946 William Moore, Northwestern, 13-8 1947 Robert Hart, Southern Cal Ray Maggard, UCLA William Moore, Northwestern George Rasmussen, Oregon Richmond Morcom, New Hampshire Robert Richards, Illinois, 14-0 1948 Warren Bateman, Colorado George Rasmussen, Oregon, 14-0 1949 Bob Smith, San Diego State, 14-3 1950 Bob Smith, San Diego State, 14-2% 1951 Don Laz, Illinois, 14-9% 1952 Dave Martindale, Idaho Bill Priddy, San Jose State Gordon Riddell, Colorado State Dick Coleman, Illinois Lyle Dickey, Oregon State, 13-9 1953 Fred Barnes, Fresno State, 14-6 1954 Lawrence Anderson, California Earl Poucher, Florida, 14-2 1955 Don Bragg, Villanova, 15-1 1956 Jim Graham, Oklahoma State Bob Gutowski, Occidental, 14-8 1957 Bob Gutowski, Occidental, 15-9% 1958 Jim Johnston, Purdue Robert Davis, Missouri Stanley Lyons, Ohio State Gene Freudenthal, Southern Cal, 14-4 1959 Jim Graham, Oklahoma State, 15-2 1960 J. D. Martin, Oklahoma, 14-9 1961 George Davies, Oklahoma State Dick Gear, San Jose State Jim Brewer, Southern Cal, 15-4 1962 John Belitza, Maryland Fred Hansen, Rice Don Meyers, Colorado Dexter Elkins, SMU, 15-3 1963 Brian Sternberg, Washington, 16-3% 1964 John Uelses, La Salle, 16-0 1965 Bill Fosdick, Southern Cal, 15-8% 1966 Chuck Rogers, Colorado, 16-0 1967 Bob Seagren, Southern Cal, 17-4 1968 Jon Vaughn, UCLA, 17-0% 1969 Bob Seagren, Southern Cal, 17-7 1970 Jan Johnson, Kansas, 17-7 1971 Dave Roberts, Rice, 17-6% 1972 Dave Roberts, Rice, 17-3 1973 Dave Roberts, Rice, 17-4 1974 Ed Lipscomb, Oregon State, 17-3 1975 Earl Bell, Arkansas State, 18-1 1976 Earl Bell, Arkansas State, 18-1% 1977 Earl Bell, Arkansas State, 5.33 (17-6) 1978 Mike Tully, UCLA, 5.53 (18-1%) 1979 Paul Pilla, Arkansas State, 5.29 (17-4%) 1980 Randy Hall, Texas A&M, 5.54 (18-2%) 1981 David Volz, Indiana, 5.39 (17-81/4) 1982 Dave Kenworthy, Southern Cal, 5.48 (17-11%) Dave Kenworthy, USC 1982 Champion—17-113% 1983 Finish 1._ 2._ 3._ 4._ 5._ 6- 7- 8- 9._ 10._ 11- 12.. 33