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What school has won the most NCAA titles in one year?

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2012-06-08 15:35:12
2012-06-08 15:35:12

Stanford won 6 team championships in 1992 (women's basketball, men's gymnastics, mens swimming/diving, women's swimming/diving, men's tennis, women's volleyball).

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