Next year Texas A&M will host the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships for men and women. The men will be trying to defend their national title, won in March on their home track.

The NCAA on Tuesday announced 84 championships spanning a four-year cycle, the largest announcement for the organization. The NCAA selected more than 600 host sites for preliminary rounds and finals of predetermined championships in Divisions I, II and III to be held from 2017-18 through 2021-22.

A&M also will be the site of the a 2017, ’18 and ’20 NCAA cross country regional, a 2018 and ’22 NCAA men’s golf regional, a 2020, a 2021 NCAA outdoor track and field prelims for men and women.

Here’s a list of NCAA and Southeastern Conference championships that will be at A&M.

Nov. 10, 2017: Men’s and Women’s NCAA Cross Country Regional

Feb. 13-17, 2018: Men’s and Women’s SEC Swimming & Diving

Feb. 23-24, 2018: Men’s and Women’s SEC Indoor Track and Field

Mar. 9-10, 2018: Men’s and Women’s NCAA Indoor Track and Field

May 13-16, 2018: Men’s NCAA Golf Regional

Nov. 9, 2018: Men’s and Women’s NCAA Cross Country Regional

Mar. 22-23, 2019: SEC Equestrian Championships

2019: SEC Women’s Tennis Championships

2019: SEC Softball Championships

2020: SEC Outdoor Track and Field Championships

Nov. 13, 2020: Men’s and Women’s NCAA Cross Country Regional

May 27-29, 2021: Men’s and Women’s NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Prelims

2022: Men’s and Women’s SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships

May 15-18, 2022: Men’s NCAA Golf Regional

2026: Men’s and Women’s SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships

2027: Men’s and Women’s SEC Cross Country Championships

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