Division I NCAA Women’s Volleyball Champions

See a complete list of Division I NCAA Women’s Volleyball Champions. The 2022 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Champions is Texas. They beat Louisville to claim their 3rd National title. This was Coach Jerritt Elliott’s second title.

Fast Facts:

  • NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball is the highest level of competition in U.S. College sports.
  • Stanford has won 9 titles which is the most of any other team.
  • The 2023 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Tournament will take place in Tampa, Florida.

NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Champions:

YearChampion (Record)ScoreRunner-UpCoachLocation
2022Texas (28–1)3-0LouisvilleJerritt ElliottOmaha, Nebraska
2021Wisconsin (31–3)3-2NebraskaKelly SheffieldColumbus, Ohio
2020Kentucky (24–1)3-1TexasCraig SkinnerOmaha, Nebraska
2019Stanford (9) (30–4)3-0WisconsinKevin HamblyPittsburgh, Pennsylvania
2018Stanford (8) (34–1)3-2NebraskaKevin HamblyMinneapolis, Minnesota
2017Nebraska (5) (33–4)3-1FloridaJohn CookKansas City, Missouri
2016Stanford (7) (27–7)3-0TexasJohn DunningColumbus, Ohio
2015Nebraska (4) (32–4)3-0TexasJohn CookOmaha, Nebraska
2014Penn State (7) (36–3)3-0BYURuss RoseOklahoma City, OK
2013Penn State (7) (36–3)3-1WisconsinRuss RoseSeattle, Washington
2012Texas (28-4)3-0OregonJerritt ElliottLouisville, KY
2011UCLA (29-6)3-1IllinoisMichael SealySan Antonio, Texas
2010Penn State (32-5)3-0CaliforniaRuss RoseUMKC
2009Penn State (38-0)3-2TexasRuss RoseSouth Florida
2008Penn State (38-0)3-0StanfordRuss RoseNebraska
2007Penn State (34-2)3-2StanfordRuss RoseSacramento State
2006Nebraska (33-1)3-1StanfordJohn CookNebraska
2005Washington (32-1)3-0NebraskaJim McLaughlinUTSA
2004Stanford (30-6)3-0MinnesotaJohn DunningLong Beach State
2003Southern California (35-0)3-1FloridaMick HaleyDallas
2002Southern California (31-1)3-1StanfordMick HaleyNew Orleans
2001Stanford (33-2)3-0Long Beach StateJohn DunningSan Diego State
2000Nebraska (34-0)3-2WisconsinJohn CookVCU
1999Penn State (36-1)3-0StanfordRuss RoseHawaii
1998Long Beach State (36-0)3-2Penn StateBrian GimmillaroWisconsin
1997Stanford (33-2)3-2Penn StateDon ShawWashington State
1996Stanford (31-2)3-0HawaiiDon ShawCleveland State
1995Nebraska (32-1)3-1TexasTerry PettitMassachusetts
1994Stanford (31-2)3-1UCLADon ShawTexas
1993Long Beach State (32-2)3-1Penn StateBrian GimmillaroWisconsin
1992Stanford (31-2)3-1UCLADon ShawNew Mexico
1991UCLA (31-5)3-2Long Beach StateAndy BanachowskiUCLA
1990UCLA (36-1)3-0PacificAndy BanachowskiMaryland
1989Long Beach State (32-5)3-0NebraskaBrian GimmillaroHawaii
1988Texas (34-5)3-0HawaiiMick HaleyMinnesota
1987Hawaii (37-2)3-1StanfordDave ShojiIndianapolis
1986Pacific (39-3)3-0NebraskaJohn DunningPacific
1985Pacific (36-3)3-1StanfordJohn DunningWestern Michigan
1984UCLA (33-6)3-2StanfordAndy BanachowskiUCLA
1983Hawaii (34-2)3-0UCLADave ShojiKentucky
1982Hawaii (33-1)3-2Southern CaliforniaDave ShojiPacific
1981Southern California (27-10)3-2UCLAChuck ErbeUCLA
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