NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ATHLETIC CONFERENCES
THE NCAA IS DIVIDED INTO THREE DIVISIONS AND EACH DIVISION IS DIVIDED INTO A NUMBER OF CONFERENCES WHICH ARE EITHER SPORTS OR GEOGRAPHICALLY BASED
Athletic scholarships are only offered in division I and division II.
You will find a list of all the NCAA Division II conferences below that link to information pages about that conference. Each conference page included links to information about each member school.
NCAA Division II is a mid level of competition of about the same standard as the NAIA. D II offers an alternative to both the highly competitive level of intercollegiate athletics offered in Division I and the non-scholarship sports at D III level.
Division II is a group of institutions and conferences that serve more than 75,000 student-athletes nationwide, including Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
The NCAA is the biggest college sports association in the USA and offers a wide range of sports for both men and women. Some of these sports include men’s baseball, women’s field hockey, cross country, fencing, men’s football, basketball,& women’s softball, volleyball, women’s rowing, tennis, golf, women’s bowling, gymnastics, lacrosse, ice hockey, soccer, rifle, men’s wrestling, skiing, water polo, swimming & diving and track & field.
The California Collegiate Athletic Association member schools have been very successful in the 25 year history of the National Collegiate athletics Association’s women’s athletics, having won 6 track & field, ten cross country, 8 softball, 5 volleyball and 5 basketball national championships as well as eighteen more in 4 other sports.
Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association
East Coast Conference
Eastern College Athletic Conference II
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
Great Lakes Valley Conference
Great Northwest Athletic Conference
Gulf South Conference
Lone Star Conference
Mid America Intercollegiate Athletics Association
Northeast 10 conference
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference
North Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
Pacific West Conference
Peach Belt Conference
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference. The PSAC was formed in 1951 for the purpose of administering and promoting men’s athletic programs within the fourteen state teachers colleges in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Rocky Mountain Athletic conference
South Atlantic Conference
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
Sunshine State Conference