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1963 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships

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Date(s)  March 1963
1963 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships
Host city  Raleigh, North Carolina
Venue(s)  Willis Casey Natatorium North Carolina State University

The 1963 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships were contested in March 1963 at the Willis Casey Natatorium at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina at the 40th annual NCAA-sanctioned swim meet to determine the team and individual national champions of men's collegiate swimming and diving in the United States.


USC topped the team standings, finishing only four points ahead of challengers Yale, and claimed their second title (and second title in three years).

This was the final combined competition before the establishment of separate championships for the NCAA's University and College Divisions in 1964.

Program changes

  • Three events were removed from the event program:
  • 220-yard freestyle
  • 440-yard freestyle
  • 1,500-meter freestyle
  • Four new events were added to the program:
  • 200-yard freestyle
  • 500-yard freestyle
  • 1,650-yard freestyle
  • 400-yard individual medley
  • Team standings

  • Note: Top 10 only
  • (H) = Hosts
  • Full results
  • References

    1963 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships Wikipedia