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Complete List of Colleges with Men’s Volleyball Teams

To find their best college fit, each student-athlete needs to consider their needs athletically, academically, socially and financially. In this section, we’ve broken down some of the main features of each division level to give student-athletes a better understanding of what they have to offer, which will help student-athletes create their target list of schools

How many men’s volleyball colleges are there?

There are 239 men’s volleyball colleges. Potential recruits need to consider what kind of playing time they’re likely to get at each division level, what kind of financial aid they’ll be able to secure and what academic standards their college will have. Here is a breakdown of college men’s volleyball teams:

  • 23 NCAA Division 1 men’s volleyball colleges
  • 25 NCAA Division 2 men’s volleyball colleges
  • 107 NCAA Division 3 men’s volleyball colleges
  • 43 NAIA men’s volleyball colleges
  • 41 men’s volleyball junior colleges

For student-athletes considering which region has the most men’s volleyball teams, California leads all states with 33 teams. However, the Northeast region of the country is where you will find the most teams, with 72 teams found across Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts. After that, you’ll find the most teams scattered across the Midwest region, with 47 teams found in Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa.

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Division 1 men's volleyball colleges

Offering the highest level of college competition, NCAA Division 1 men’s volleyball colleges are known for their athletic rigor and increased exposure. Here are some ways Division 1 volleyball colleges stand out from the rest:  

  • The highest level of competition. Division 1 teams play on the biggest stage against the best competition.
  • The best facilities. Due to larger budgets and alumni interest, Division 1 teams usually have the newest equipment and best athletic facilities of all the divisions.
  • Big campus and classes. Though not the case 100 percent of the time, Division 1 colleges are often the biggest in size and have the most enrolled students when compared to other divisions.

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Division 2 men's volleyball colleges

Men’s volleyball teams at this level have much of the athletic talent seen at the NCAA Division 1 level, and in some cases will even be ranked higher than D1 colleges. Here are some ways Division 2 volleyball colleges stand out from the rest:  

  • Strong, but balanced athletics. While top teams like Lewis University are perennial contenders that have even won an NCAA national championship in the past, others take a more balanced approach to athletics and student life than top Division 1 teams.
  • More playing time for top recruits. Competition at the Division 1 level is stiff and even top recruits can experience competition for their position, which can result in few minutes of available playing time.
  • A mix of campus sizes. At the Division 2 level, student-athletes will find campuses that are both big and small. 

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Division 3 men's volleyball colleges

Many people are surprised by this, but potential recruits will find the most men’s volleyball teams at the NCAA Division 3 level, which is also the division level that has the most college athletes across all sports. Here’s how Division 3 volleyball colleges stand out:

  • Academically competitive. Division 3 colleges are some of the top schools in the country.
  • Student life balance. Division 3 men’s volleyball athletes have the most flexibility in their schedules when compared to Division 1 and Division 2.
  • Many financial aid opportunities. Athletic scholarships are not available, but schools work to offer academic scholarships and need-based financial aid. 

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NAIA men’s volleyball colleges

The NAIA has the second-most men’s volleyball teams with 43. Here’s how the NAIA stands out:

  • Smaller class sizes. NAIA men’s volleyball colleges tend to have smaller campus sizes and also smaller classes where students can get more in-person feedback and interaction with their professors.
  • Flexible recruiting timeline. NAIA men’s volleyball colleges do not have any recruiting rules or calendars to worry about, making the college recruiting process easier to navigate.

Student life balance. NAIA men’s volleyball teams are better at accommodating student-athletes’ personal and academic interests.

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JUCO men’s volleyball colleges

Joining a junior college men’s volleyball team may actually be the perfect fit for you and your family. Most JUCO volleyball teams are found in California and compete as part of the California Community College Athletic Association. Here are some benefits of joining a junior college men’s volleyball team:

  • Cost. In comparison to four-year schools, junior colleges offer tremendous value. The average published yearly tuition and fees for a public two-year junior college (for in-district students) is around $3,440.
  • Academic opportunities. A junior college can help student-athletes boost their grades while they improve their skills on the court. 
  • Athletic development. Competing at a junior college gives athletes an opportunity to get experience playing against college-level athletes.

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Men’s college volleyball rankings and the best men's volleyball colleges

To see men’s college volleyball rankings that take into consideration social, financial and academic fit, you can check out NCSA Power Rankings of the best men’s volleyball colleges. These rankings are based on a proprietary analysis using US News & World Report Best Colleges rankings, IPEDS graduation rates, average college cost after aid and NCSA Favorites activity to identify the best colleges that offer men’s volleyball. 

  1. UCLA
  2. Stanford
  3. Princeton
  4. UC Irvine
  5. Harvard
  6. UC San Diego
  7. UC Santa Barbara
  8. Ohio State
  9. Brigham Young
  10. USC 

To see men’s college volleyball rankings based purely on athletic performance, you can check out various AVCA polls, which include the DI–II Men Top 15 poll, the DIII Men Top 15 poll, and NAIA Men Top 10 poll.

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Future men’s volleyball programs

New men’s volleyball programs present a great opportunity for student-athletes looking to earn a roster spot in college. When a new college men’s volleyball team pops up, the coaching staff needs to recruit an entire team from scratch, presenting more roster openings for those looking to earn a difficult-to-secure spot. Besides the obvious draw of available roster spots, new programs also can offer more playing time for underclassmen and a rewarding college experience for those that take pride in building something new.

Check out the list of future men’s volleyball programs.

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Full list of men's volleyball colleges

School
City and State
Region
Conference
Division
Adrian, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Philippi, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
Great Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Reading, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
Grand Rapids, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Glenside, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
Phoenix, ARIZONA
South West
Golden State Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Rock Island, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin  
NCAA III  
Aurora, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Muncie, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Mid-American Conference  
NCAA I  
Annandale-On-Hudson, NEW YORK
North East
Liberty League  
NCAA III  
Wilson, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Conference Carolinas  
NCAA II  
Belmont, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Conference Carolinas  
NCAA II  
Lisle, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Mesa, ARIZONA
South West
California Pacific Conference  
NAIA  
Bluefield, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Mount Vernon, GEORGIA
South East
Southern States Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Sioux City, IOWA
Mid West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Provo, UTAH
South West
West Coast Conference  
NCAA I  
Dayton, TENNESSEE
Mid East
Appalachian Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Langhorne, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Division III Independents  
NCAA III  
Thousand Oaks, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Long Beach, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Big West Conference  
NCAA I  
Northridge, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Big West Conference  
NCAA I  
Whiting, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Campbellsville, KENTUCKY
Mid East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Fort Totten, NORTH DAKOTA
North West
 
JC  
Milwaukee, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Kenosha, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin  
NCAA III  
Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Presidents' Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Cincinnati, OHIO
Great Lakes
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Dubuque, IOWA
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
New London, NEW HAMPSHIRE
New England
North Atlantic Conference  
NCAA III  
Bronx, NEW YORK
North East
Skyline Conference  
NCAA III  
Morristown, NEW JERSEY
North East
North Eastern Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
River Forest, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Irvine, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Pacific West Conference  
NCAA II  
Mequon, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Canton, MISSOURI
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Lebanon, TENNESSEE
Mid East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Buffalo, NEW YORK
North East
Northeast Conference  
NCAA III  
Amherst, NEW YORK
North East
East Coast Conference  
NCAA II  
Franklin, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Eastern Collegiate Football Conference  
NCAA III  
River Forest, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Sioux Center, IOWA
Mid West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Harrisonburg, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Old Dominion Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Quincy, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Commonwealth Coast Conference  
NCAA III  
Saint Davids, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
Torrance, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Elizabethtown, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Landmark Conference  
NCAA III  
Elmira, NEW YORK
North East
Empire 8 Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Chicopee, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
New England Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Boston, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Franklin Springs, GEORGIA
South East
Conference Carolinas  
NCAA II  
Boston, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Great Northeast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Beverly, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Commonwealth Coast Football  
NCAA III  
Due West, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Conference Carolinas  
NCAA II  
Madison, NEW JERSEY
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
St. Louis, MISSOURI
Mid West
St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Beaver Falls, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Presidents' Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Fairfax, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Atlantic 10 Conference  
NCAA I  
Huntington Beach, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Goshen, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Crossroads League  
NAIA  
Lamoni, IOWA
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Phoenix, ARIZONA
South West
Western Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Des Moines, IOWA
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Greenville, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Upper Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
El Cajon, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Cambridge, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Ivy League  
NCAA I  
Hamburg, NEW YORK
North East
Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Hiram, OHIO
Great Lakes
North Coast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Fullerton, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Golden State Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Chicago, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Division III Independents  
NCAA III  
Immaculata, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Colonial States Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Fort Wayne, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Irvine, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Lima, OHIO
Great Lakes
 
JC  
Providence, RHODE ISLAND
New England
Great Northeast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Elgin, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Huntingdon, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Centennial Conference  
NCAA III  
Union, NEW JERSEY
North East
New Jersey Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Keuka Park, NEW YORK
North East
North Eastern Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Bristol, TENNESSEE
Mid East
Conference Carolinas  
NCAA II  
Plymouth, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Lancaster, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Other  
NCAA III  
Newton, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Great Northeast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Southfield, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Banner Elk, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Conference Carolinas  
NCAA II  
Schnecksville, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference, NJCAA  
JC  
Cambridge, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
New England Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Romeoville, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Great Lakes Valley Conference  
NCAA I  
Marietta, GEORGIA
South East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Gaffney, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
South Atlantic Conference  
NCAA II  
Harrogate, TENNESSEE
Mid East
South Atlantic Conference  
NCAA II  
Saint Charles, MISSOURI
Mid West
Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association  
NCAA II  
Belleville, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
American Midwest Conference (NAIA)  
NAIA  
Long Beach, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Dubuque, IOWA
Mid West
Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Wilmington, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
South Coast Conference of the California Association of Community Colleges, Western State Conference  
JC  
Sylvania, OHIO
Great Lakes
Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Chicago, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Missouri Valley Conference  
NCAA I  
Fond du Lac, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Arlington, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Capital Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Cambridge, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Lebanon, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Great Lakes Valley Conference  
NCAA II  
Buffalo, NEW YORK
North East
Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Atherton, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Golden State Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Mechanicsburg, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
Midway, KENTUCKY
Mid East
River States Conference  
NAIA  
Decatur, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin  
NCAA III  
Milwaukee, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Milwaukee, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Dallas, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
Saint Louis, MISSOURI
Mid West
American Midwest Conference  
NAIA  
Marshall, MISSOURI
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Moorpark, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
WSC  
JC  
Sioux City, IOWA
Mid West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Cedar Rapids, IOWA
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Cincinnati, OHIO
Great Lakes
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Mount Vernon, OHIO
Great Lakes
Crossroads League  
NAIA  
Rochester, NEW YORK
North East
Empire 8 Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Aston, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Colonial States Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Jersey City, NEW JERSEY
North East
Eastern College Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Newark, NEW JERSEY
North East
Atlantic Sun Conference  
NCAA I  
New York, NEW YORK
North East
University Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Dudley, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Commonwealth Coast Football  
NCAA III  
Naperville, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin  
NCAA III  
Tigerville, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Gulf South Conference  
NCAA II  
Chicago, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin  
NCAA III  
Johnson, VERMONT
New England
North Atlantic Conference  
NCAA III  
Columbus, OHIO
Great Lakes
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Olivet, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Costa Mesa, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Orange Empire Conference, Mission Conference for football  
JC  
Ottawa, KANSAS
Mid West
Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Phoenix, ARIZONA
South West
(NAIA) (NCWA - Wrestling)  
NAIA  
San Marcos, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Parkville, MISSOURI
Mid West
American Midwest Conference  
NAIA  
Gilbert, ARIZONA
South West
American Midwest Conference  
NAIA  
University Park, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Altoona, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Erie, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Malibu, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
West Coast Conference  
NCAA I  
Woodland Hills, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Chestnut Hill, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Division III Independents  
NCAA III  
Princeton, NEW JERSEY
North East
Ivy League  
NCAA I  
Fort Wayne, INDIANA
Great Lakes
The Summit League  
NCAA I  
Quincy, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Great Lakes Valley Conference  
NCAA II  
Mahwah, NEW JERSEY
North East
New Jersey Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Ashland, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Old Dominion Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Weston, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Great Northeast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Waleska, GEORGIA
South East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Nashua, NEW HAMPSHIRE
New England
Great Northeast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Chicago, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Independent Midwest Region  
NAIA  
Rockford, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Rosemont, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Colonial States Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Holly Springs, MISSISSIPPI
Mid South
Independent Mid-South Region  
NCAA III  
Newark, NEW JERSEY
North East
New Jersey Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Fairfield, CONNECTICUT
New England
Northeast Conference  
NCAA I  
Loretto, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Northeast Conference  
NCAA I  
Latrobe, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Presidents' Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Chicago, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
San Diego, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Pacific Coast Conference  
JC  
San Diego, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
San Diego, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Pacific Coast Athletic Conference (CCCAA)  
JC  
Santa Barbara, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Western States Conference  
JC  
Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Bronxville, NEW YORK
North East
Skyline Conference  
NCAA III  
Adrian, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Redding, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Pacific Conference  
NAIA  
Buena Vista, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Capital Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Springfield, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Davenport, IOWA
Mid West
Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Laurinburg, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Brooklyn Heights, NEW YORK
North East
Northeast Conference  
NCAA I  
Rochester, NEW YORK
North East
Empire 8 Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Patchogue, NEW YORK
North East
Skyline Conference  
NCAA III  
Patchogue, NEW YORK
North East
Skyline Conference, Eastern College Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Saint Louis, MISSOURI
Mid West
American Midwest Conference  
NAIA  
De Pere, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Midwest Conference  
NCAA III  
Stanford, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Pacific-12 Conference  
NCAA I  
Hoboken, NEW JERSEY
North East
Empire 8 Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Stevenson, MARYLAND
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
New Paltz, NEW YORK
North East
State University of New York Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Sanborn, NEW YORK
North East
NJCAA, Western New York Conference  
JC  
Utica, NEW YORK
North East
North Eastern Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Potsdam, NEW YORK
North East
State University of New York Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Purchase, NEW YORK
North East
Skyline Conference  
NCAA III  
Troy, NEW YORK
North East
Empire 8 Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Greenville, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Presidents' Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Crestview Hills, KENTUCKY
Mid East
Presidents' Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Angola, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Palos Heights, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Greeneville, TENNESSEE
Mid East
South Atlantic Conference  
NCAA II  
Irvine, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Big West Conference  
NCAA I  
Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Pacific-12 Conference  
NCAA I  
Merced, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Pacific Conference  
NAIA  
La Jolla, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Division II Independents  
NCAA I  
Santa Barbara, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Big West Conference  
NCAA I  
Santa Cruz, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Division III Independents  
NCAA III  
Charleston, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
Mountain East Conference  
NCAA II  
Honolulu, HAWAII
West Coast
Mountain West Conference  
NCAA I  
Jamestown, NORTH DAKOTA
North West
North Star Athletic Association  
NAIA  
Mount Olive, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Conference Carolinas  
NCAA II  
Alliance, OHIO
Great Lakes
Ohio Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
San Marcos, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
NAIA  
NAIA  
Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Pacific-12 Conference  
NCAA I  
Urbana, OHIO
Great Lakes
Mountain East Conference  
NCAA II  
Costa Mesa, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Golden State Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Poughkeepsie, NEW YORK
North East
Liberty League  
NCAA III  
La Crosse, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
North Star Athletic Association  
NAIA  
Crawfordsville, INDIANA
Great Lakes
North Coast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Lake Wales, FLORIDA
South East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Babson Park, FLORIDA
South East
Sun Conference  
NAIA  
Aurora, NEW YORK
North East
North Eastern Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Boston, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Commonwealth Coast Conference  
NCAA III  
Chester, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
Wilkes-Barre, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
Oskaloosa, IOWA
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Chambersburg, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Colonial States Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Springfield, OHIO
Great Lakes
North Coast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
New York, NEW YORK
North East
Skyline Conference  
NCAA III  
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