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All-Time CIAA Football Champions

The CIAA is the oldest conference created for Historically Black Colleges. Here are its champs for the last century-plus.

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When people think of the CIAA, most people think of its basketball tournament. Or more specifically, the spectacle surrounding its basketball tournament.

But the CIAA has the deepest roots of all the HBCU conferences, and that includes football.

1910s

1912Howard
1913Hampton Institute
1914Hampton Institute
1915Hampton Institute
1916Hampton Institute
1917Virginia Union
1918No Champ (WWI)
1919No Champ (WWI)

1920s

1920No Champ
1921Virginia Union
1922Hampton
1923Virginia Union
1924Lincoln
1925Hampton
1926Hampton
1927North Carolina A&T
1928Hampton
1929Virginia State

1930s

1930Morgan
1931Hampton
1932Morgan
1933Morgan
1934Morgan
1935Morgan
1936Morgan
1937Virginia State
1938Morgan
1939Morgan
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All-Time CIAA Football Champions
2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Troy

    July 9, 2019 at 4:42 pm

    There are some inaccuracies in the championship count amongst institutions. Virginia State according to my count has 10. I couldn’t for the life of me find two more unless WVSU (two) were taken into account. Also you missed NCCU = 8, and VUU = 10

  2. Raleigh Hampton

    August 8, 2019 at 8:18 am

    You also missed that Hampton had 13 Football Championships. In addition, the CIAA was founded on the campus of Hampton Institute (now Hampton University).

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