1957 NCAA College Division football season

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The 1957 NCAA College Division football season was the second season of college football in the United States organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association at the NCAA College Division level.

Conference standings

1957 California Collegiate Athletic Association football standings
Conf  Overall
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Cal Poly 300  810
UC Santa Barbara 210  620
Fresno State 110  550
Los Angeles State 110  540
San Diego State 010  270
Long Beach State 030  350
  • No champion named for the 1957 season
1957 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association football standings
Conf  Overall
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Maryland State $601  611
Elizabeth City State 411  611
Delaware State 420  620
Bluefield State 420  620
North Carolina A&T 420  431
Morgan State 421  531
Winston-Salem State 530  530
Virginia Union 530  630
Shaw 530  530
North Carolina College 430  540
Virginia State 440  540
Hampton 450  450
St. Augustine's 241  341
Howard 240  360
Lincoln (PA) 240  250
Fayetteville State 270  270
Johnson C. Smith 160  161
Saint Paul's (VA) 070  080
  • $ Conference champion
1957 Central Intercollegiate Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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Pittsburg State $^500  1100
St. Benedict's 410  710
Fort Hays State 220  440
Washburn 230  540
Emporia State 130  270
Southwestern (KS) 050  180
  • $ Conference champion
  • ^ – NAIA playoff participant
1957 College Conference of Illinois football standings
Conf  Overall
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Wheaton (IL) +610  810
Lake Forest +610  620
North Central (IL) 520  720
Millikin 421  431
Augustana (IL) 340  440
Carroll (WI) 250  260
Illinois Wesleyan 151  171
Elmhurst 070  170
  • + Conference co-champions
1957 Far Western Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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San Francisco State $500  730
Chico State 410  720
Humboldt State 320  460
Sacramento State 230  540
Nevada 140  180
Cal Aggies 050  171
  • $ Conference champion
1957 Gulf States Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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McNeese State +410  820
Northwestern State +410  720
Louisiana Tech +410  640
Southwestern Louisiana 131  451
Southeastern Louisiana 131  261
Northeast Louisiana State 050  260
  • + Conference co-champions
1957 Hoosier Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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Hanover +410  810
Anderson (IN) +410  710
Taylor 311  711
Indiana Central 230  361
Franklin (IN) 140  450
Manchester (IN) 041  261
  • + Conference co-champions
1957 Indiana Collegiate Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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Saint Joseph's (IN) $500  810
Butler 510  720
DePauw 320  620
Ball State 231  251
Valparaiso 121  422
Evansville 140  160
Indiana State 050  160
  • $ Conference champion
1957 Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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Eastern Michigan $600  630
Western Illinois 420  540
Central Michigan 420  460
Illinois State 330  530
Southern Illinois 330  540
Northern Illinois 150  270
Eastern Illinois 060  080
  • $ Conference champion
1957 Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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Luther $710  810
Upper Iowa 620  630
Parsons 521  721
Simpson 440  440
Wartburg 440  540
Buena Vista 340  350
Central (IA) 241  341
Dubuque 152  152
Iowa Wesleyan 170  270
  • $ Conference champion
1957 Lone Star Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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Lamar Tech $502  802
East Texas State 610  810
Stephen F. Austin 520  640
Sam Houston State 331  351
Southwest Texas State 340  460
Texas A&I 241  551
Howard Payne 250  360
Sul Ross 070  370
  • $ Conference champion
1957 Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association football standings
Conf  Overall
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Hillsdale $^600  910
Hope 420  720
Albion 420  530
Alma 321  522
Kalamazoo 231  251
Adrian 150  350
Olivet 060  090
  • $ Conference champion
  • ^ – NAIA playoff participant
1957 Mid-American Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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Miami $500  630
Bowling Green 312  612
Marshall 420  630
Toledo 320  540
Western Michigan 141  441
Ohio 141  261
Kent State 150  360
  • $ Conference champion
1957 Mid-Ohio League football standings
Conf  Overall
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Bluffton $500  720
Ashland 311  431
Defiance 320  350
Findlay 221  261
Ohio Northern 140  170
Wilmington (OH) 050  061
  • $ Conference champion
1957 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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Concordia (MN) $610  720
Macalester 511  611
Gustavus Adolphus 511  531
Saint John's (MN) 430  530
Augsburg 340  440
Minnesota–Duluth 250  251
St. Thomas (MN) 151  251
Hamline 060  071
  • $ Conference champion
1957 Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association football standings
Conf  Overall
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SE Missouri State $401  621
Missouri–Rolla 320  550
NE Missouri State 320  450
SW Missouri State 230  441
Central Missouri State 131  171
NW Missouri State 140  161
  • $ Conference champion
1957 North Central Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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South Dakota State $501  621
Morningside 411  621
Iowa State Teachers 420  530
South Dakota 321  441
North Dakota State 231  341
Augustana (SD) 050  070
North Dakota 050  080
  • $ Conference champion
1957 Ohio Valley Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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Middle Tennessee $500  1000
Tennessee Tech 410  640
Eastern Kentucky 320  450
Western Kentucky 131  531
Murray State 131  351
Morehead State 050  270
  • $ Conference champion
1957 Presidents' Athletic Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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John Carroll $300  610
Wayne State (MI) 210  440
Western Reserve 120  240
Case Tech 030  051
  • $ Conference champion
1957 Rocky Mountain Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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Idaho State $500  900
Western State (CO) 311  541
Colorado State–Greeley 320  630
Colorado College 230  350
Colorado Mines 032  063
Adams State 041  091
  • $ Conference champion
1957 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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Whittier $301  621
Pomona-Claremont 210  340
Redlands 211  441
Caltech 120  430
Occidental 040  171
  • $ Conference champion
1957 Southwestern Athletic Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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Wiley $600  1001
Texas Southern 420  731
Prairie View A&M 420  631
Southern 420  640
Arkansas AM&N 240  360
Texas College 150  450
Langston 060  090
  • $ Conference champion
1957 Yankee Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
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Rhode Island +301  521
Connecticut +301  541
Maine 220  440
UMass 121  151
Vermont 020  250
New Hampshire 031  071
  • + Conference co-champions
1957 NCAA College Division independents football records
Conf  Overall
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Hofstra     910
Rose Poly     710
Cal Poly Pomona     711
Northern Michigan     620
Mississippi Southern     830
Sewanee     521
Tampa     630
Carnegie Tech     421
Franklin & Marshall     421
Washington University     530
Abilene Christian     531
Delaware     430
Carthage     431
Buffalo     540
Wabash     540
Hawaii     441
Howard (AL)     450
Bucknell     360
Pepperdine     360
La Verne     371
UC Riverside     141
Baldwin–Wallace     161
Drexel     170
Temple     170

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