In an article published on NCAA.com, Saint Augustine's University was recognized as having the most NCAA championships among active Division II schools.
Only Abilene Christian has more titles than SAU. From 1973 until 2013 when the Wildcats jumped to Division I, ACU compiled a still-unmatched 57 national championships.
The Falcons have accumulated 39 national titles, all under the direction of legendary head coach George Williams. Currently in his 43rd year as head track and field coach, Williams will be entering his 23rd year as athletics director at the Raleigh institution.
Over the years the Falcons have won 13 men’s indoor track titles, 16 men's outdoor crowns and six women's indoor titles.
|Abilene Christian +||57|
|Saint Augustine’s ^^||39|
|Cal Poly + ^||35|
|CSU Bakersfield +||29|
|Grand Valley State||22|
|North Dakota St. +||17|
|UC Irvine +||15|
- +Now a Division I school.
- ^1989 baseball championship vacated by NCAA Committee on Infractions.
- ^^2007 indoor track and field championship vacated by NCAA Committee on Infractions.