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Your Complete List of Colleges with Men’s Wrestling Programs

With nearly 400 men’s wrestling colleges across the NCAA Division 1, Division 2 and Division 3, as well as NAIA and Junior College levels, there are plenty of opportunities for student-athletes to compete at the collegiate level. The amount of schools offering college men’s wrestling fluctuates slightly each year, as some colleges simply cannot fund a wrestling program or need to cut a program for compliance reasons.

How many men’s wrestling colleges are there?

There are currently 395 men’s wrestling colleges throughout the D1, D2, D3, NAIA and NJCAA levels.

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Division 1 wrestling colleges

NCAA Division 1 wrestling colleges are full of top-level talent with many wrestlers only losing a few matches over a matter of years. At the highest level, the best Division 1 wrestling colleges, wrestlers oftentimes go undefeated for a few years straight. Top D1 wrestlers compete at Olympic trials and at other national wrestling events often winning or placing high. There are athletic scholarships, both partial and full, at this level. A scholarship could be reserved for a specific weight class, so potential recruits should proactively research schools where they may be the best fit for the team’s needs.

Here is some general information about what to expect at this level:

  • Most competitive level: For many student-athletes, the allure of competing at D1 wrestling colleges lies in wanting to compete against the best of their peers. The level of competition will be generally much stronger than anywhere else.
  • Well-funded programs: D1 college men’s wrestling colleges often have the most modern and well-equipped facilities. These schools often have bigger budgets for athletics than schools in other divisions.
  • Large campus: At the D1 level, campuses often have thousands of students. Especially freshman year, student-athletes will take courses in large lecture halls, which often are primarily taught by teaching assistants.

On D1 college men’s wrestling teams, athletes will find elite competitors who were likely the best athletes on their high school teams. If a wrestling recruit is ready to greatly commit to their sport, D1 might the right division level for them.

View the complete list of NCAA Division 1 wrestling colleges.

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Division 2 wrestling colleges

At NCAA Division 2, student-athletes will find almost as much of the athletic talent seen at the D1 level with more balance between athletics, academics and a social life. There are many wrestlers at NCAA Division 2 wrestling colleges who simply felt a better fit at a D2 school yet have the talent to wrestle and win at the Division 1 level. At D2, wrestling will still be a huge part of your college life, but it will not have to be the only thing you have time for. The best Division 2 wrestling colleges include the Colorado School of Mines and Gannon University within the top 5 rankings.

Here are a few key reasons to compete on a D2 college men’s wrestling team:

  • More free time: D2 college men’s wrestling is almost as competitive as D1 but with a less demanding schedule than D1. Athletes at D2 wrestling colleges have a little more time to spend on their personal interests and other activities on campus.
  • The right size: At the D2 level, student-athletes will find a wide range of campus sizes, ranging from student populations of 2,500­–7,499 all the way up to 15,000 students. When looking for wrestling colleges, student-athletes have a wide variety of types of campuses to consider at the D2 level.   

View the complete list of NCAA Division 2 wrestling colleges.

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Division 3 wrestling colleges

A wrestler may want to compete at a certain weight class in order to live a more comfortable lifestyle. This would be unheard of at the NCAA Division 1 level, but at Division 3 wrestling colleges, it is a possibility. D3 is all about balance between life, academics and athletics, which for many student-athletes may be the best college experience. With the largest amount of college men’s wrestling programs compared to other divisions, D3 offers a variety of options for the right school fit. 

The best division 3 wrestling colleges include Johns Hopkins and the University of Chicago, which are incredible academic institutions.

Here are some benefits Division 3 wrestling colleges:

  • Financial aid options: While D3 men’s wrestling colleges don’t offer athletic scholarships, student-athletes can lower their college costs through academic-based financial aid, if they have solid transcripts and test scores.  
  • Lots of balance: Division 3 wrestling colleges offer a great deal of flexibility in their athletes’ schedules. This level may be the best choice for those interested in other hobbies and activities outside of wrestling. While the athletic season will be busy, wrestlers will have more personal time during the off-season.
  • Strong academics: Student-athletes who place academics as a leading factor in their college decision should consider schools at the D3 level, where many schools are highly ranked academically.

View the complete list of Division 3 wrestling colleges.

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Men’s NAIA wrestling schools

For many student-athletes, NAIA men’s wrestling colleges may be the right choice, in terms of flexibility between athletics, academics and social aspects of college. Here are a few key points to understand about NAIA wrestling colleges:

  • Campus experience: NAIA wrestling schools tend to have smaller campuses and classes, compared to many schools at other division levels schools. A more tight-knit community experience may be the right choice for some student-athletes.
  • Less restrictive recruiting:  Unlike the NCAA, NAIA does not have mandated recruiting rules and calendars. This gives coaches and potential recruits more freedom in navigating their recruiting process.
  • A well-rounded college experience: NAIA men’s wrestling colleges provide more flexibility and free time for student-athletes to pursue other activities outside of wrestling. For wrestlers who want to join campus groups, work an on-campus job or even study abroad, NAIA wrestling schools could be the right choice for them.

View the complete list of NAIA wrestling schools.

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Junior colleges with men’s wrestling 

Another option in searching for colleges with men’s wrestling programs is JUCO wrestling – junior colleges. Here are some of the key benefits of junior colleges:

  • Cost: The average published yearly tuition and fees for a public two-year junior college (for in-district students) is about $3,440, compared to a private four-year college average of roughly $32,410.
  • Academic development: For many student-athletes, junior college provides a way to complete some course requirements at a lower cost. Student-athletes who didn’t have a strong GPA or test scores in high school can wrestle competitively while continuing to grow academically.   
  • Athletic skills training: JUCO wrestling is still a high level of competition. Student-athletes will continue to grow while competing at this level and may reach a point where they have the ability to transfer to a school in another division level.   
  • Scholarship opportunities: Many families don’t realize that junior colleges do offer athletic scholarships. Student-athletes can seek these opportunities as a way to even further reduce the costs of their education.

View the complete list of junior colleges with wrestling.

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Men’s college wrestling rankings - what are the best wrestling colleges?

NCSA understands that the college experience includes more than just athletics for student-athletes. For this reason, NCSA uses a variety of data sources to compile college wrestling team rankings, assessing more than just the wrestling program. The best wrestling colleges are based on proprietary analysis of NCSA Favorites data obtained from the college search activity of the over 2 million student-athletes on the NCSA recruiting network, U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges, IPEDS graduation rates, and IPEDS average cost after aid.   

  1. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  2. Stanford University
  3. University of Michigan
  4. Duke University
  5. Princeton University
  6. University of Virginia
  7. University of Wisconsin
  8. Ohio State University
  9. Harvard University
  10. University of Illinois

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Stanford University top the NCSA college wrestling team rankings. Both institutions do a good job of providing financial aid and graduating a high number of their athletes. The programs both have large athletic department budgets due to success in various revenue generating sports like basketball and football.

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Complete List of College Wrestling Teams

School
City and State
Region
Conference
Division
Alamosa, COLORADO
South West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Adrian, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Philippi, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
Great Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Alfred, NEW YORK
North East
Eastern College Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Columbia, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Appalachian Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Alma, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Reading, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
Springfield, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Northeast-10 Conference  
NCAA II  
Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
North East
Patriot League  
NCAA I  
Donaldson, INDIANA
Great Lakes
 
JC  
Boone, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Sun Belt Conference  
NCAA I  
Phoenix, ARIZONA
South West
Central States Football League  
NAIA  
Tempe, ARIZONA
South West
Pacific-12 Conference  
NCAA I  
Little Rock, ARKANSAS
Mid South
Region 2 NJCAA  
JC  
Ashland, OHIO
Great Lakes
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Minneapolis, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Rock Island, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin  
NCAA III  
Sioux Falls, SOUTH DAKOTA
North West
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Danville, VIRGINIA
Mid East
USA South Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Baldwin City, KANSAS
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Bakersfield, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Berea, OHIO
Great Lakes
Ohio Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Great Bend, KANSAS
Mid West
NJCAA, Jayhawk Conference  
JC  
Louisville, KENTUCKY
Mid East
Great Lakes Valley Conference  
NCAA II  
Belmont, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Conference Carolinas  
NCAA II  
Atchison, KANSAS
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Paramus, NEW JERSEY
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Lindsborg, KANSAS
Mid West
Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Moses Lake, WASHINGTON
West Coast
 
JC  
Bloomsburg, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
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  
Bridgewater, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Eastern College Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Providence, RHODE ISLAND
New England
Ivy League  
NCAA I  
Lewisburg, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Patriot League  
NCAA I  
Storm Lake, IOWA
Mid West
Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Riverside, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Pacific West Conference  
NCAA I  
San Luis Obispo, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Big Sky Conference  
NCAA I  
Bakersfield, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Western Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Fresno, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Mountain West Conference  
NCAA I  
Whiting, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Blackwood, NEW JERSEY
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Buies Creek, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Big South Conference  
NCAA I  
Campbellsville, KENTUCKY
Mid East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Kenosha, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin  
NCAA III  
Cleveland, OHIO
Great Lakes
Presidents' Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Castleton, VERMONT
New England
Little East Conference  
NCAA III  
Hackettstown, NEW JERSEY
North East
Colonial States Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Conway, ARKANSAS
Mid South
American Midwest Conference  
NAIA  
McPherson, KANSAS
Mid West
Sooner Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Pella, IOWA
Mid West
Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Fayette, MISSOURI
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Mount Pleasant, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Mid-American Conference  
NCAA I  
Norwalk, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Hayward, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Chadron, NEBRASKA
Mid West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Charleston, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Southern Conference  
NCAA I  
Oregon City, OREGON
West Coast
NJCAA, Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC)  
JC  
Clarion, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Cleveland, OHIO
Great Lakes
Horizon League  
NCAA I  
Concordia, KANSAS
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Cedar Rapids, IOWA
Mid West
Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Hartsville, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
South Atlantic Conference  
NCAA II  
Colby, KANSAS
Mid West
 
JC  
Bronx, NEW YORK
North East
Skyline Conference  
NCAA III  
Grand Junction, COLORADO
South West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Golden, COLORADO
South West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Pueblo, COLORADO
South West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
New York, NEW YORK
North East
Ivy League  
NCAA I  
Moorhead, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Seward, NEBRASKA
Mid West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Mequon, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Salem, OREGON
West Coast
Cascade Collegiate Conference  
NAIA  
Mount Vernon, IOWA
Mid West
Midwest Conference  
NCAA III  
Ithaca, NEW YORK
North East
Ivy League  
NCAA I  
Arkansas City, KANSAS
Mid West
 
JC  
San Luis Obispo, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Lebanon, TENNESSEE
Mid East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Mitchell, SOUTH DAKOTA
North West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Grand Rapids, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Davidson, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Atlantic 10 Conference  
NCAA I  
Elkins, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
Great Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Defiance, OHIO
Great Lakes
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Doylestown, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
Dickinson, NORTH DAKOTA
North West
North Star Athletic Association  
NAIA  
Crete, NEBRASKA
Mid West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Philadelphia, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Colonial Athletic Association  
NCAA I  
Springfield, MISSOURI
Mid West
Great Lakes Valley Conference  
NCAA II  
Durham, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Atlantic Coast Conference  
NCAA I  
Monterey Park, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
SCAA  
JC  
East Stroudsburg, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
La Grande, OREGON
West Coast
Frontier Conference  
NAIA  
Edinboro, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Elizabethtown, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Landmark Conference  
NCAA III  
Iowa Falls, IOWA
Mid West
Iowa Community College Athletic Conference  
JC  
Elmhurst, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin  
NCAA III  
Prescott, ARIZONA
South West
California Pacific Conference  
NAIA  
Franklin Springs, GEORGIA
South East
Conference Carolinas  
NCAA II  
Fairmont, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
Mountain East Conference  
NCAA II  
Ferrum, VIRGINIA
Mid East
USA South Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
St. Louis, MISSOURI
Mid West
St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Hays, KANSAS
Mid West
Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association  
NCAA II  
Lancaster, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Centennial Conference  
NCAA I  
Fresno, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Central Valley Conference  
JC  
Erie, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Boiling Springs, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Big South Conference  
NCAA I  
McHenry, MARYLAND
North East
Maryland JUCO, NJCAA Region XX  
JC  
Fairfax, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Atlantic 10 Conference  
NCAA I  
Gettysburg, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Centennial Conference  
NCAA III  
Lamoni, IOWA
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Des Moines, IOWA
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Aberdeen, WASHINGTON
West Coast
NWAACC- (NCWA Wrestling)  
JC  
Greensboro, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
USA South Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Hannibal, MISSOURI
Mid West
American Midwest Conference  
NAIA  
Palatine, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA, North Central Community College Conference  
JC  
Cambridge, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Ivy League  
NCAA I  
Hastings, NEBRASKA
Mid West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Tiffin, OHIO
Great Lakes
Ohio Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Des Moines, WASHINGTON
West Coast
NJCAA  
JC  
Hempstead, NEW YORK
North East
Colonial Athletic Association  
NCAA I  
Montgomery, ALABAMA
South East
USA South Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Austin, TEXAS
Mid South
Red River Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Fort Wayne, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Bloomington, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Fort Dodge, IOWA
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Estherville, IOWA
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Ames, IOWA
Mid West
Big 12 Conference  
NCAA I  
Mount Pleasant, IOWA
Mid West
Upper Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Council Bluffs, IOWA
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Grand Rapids, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Minnesota College Athletic Conference  
JC  
Ithaca, NEW YORK
North East
Liberty League  
NCAA III  
Hawkins, TEXAS
Mid South
Red River Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
University Heights, OHIO
Great Lakes
Ohio Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Baltimore, MARYLAND
North East
Centennial Conference  
NCAA III  
Providence, RHODE ISLAND
New England
Great Northeast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Joliet, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Elgin, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
West Palm Beach, FLORIDA
South East
Florida Sun Conference  
NAIA  
Kent, OHIO
Great Lakes
Mid-American Conference  
NCAA I  
Owensboro, KENTUCKY
Mid East
Great Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
La Plume, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Colonial States Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Bristol, TENNESSEE
Mid East
Conference Carolinas  
NCAA II  
Wilkes-Barre, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Division III Independents  
NCAA III  
Kutztown, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Parsons, KANSAS
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Scranton, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Painesville, OHIO
Great Lakes
Great Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Plymouth, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Greenwood, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Peach Belt Conference  
NCAA II  
Susanville, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
NJCAA  
JC  
Bethlehem, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Patriot League  
NCAA I  
Marietta, GEORGIA
South East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Gaffney, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
South Atlantic Conference  
NCAA II  
Lincoln, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Association of Independent Institutions  
NAIA  
Saint Charles, MISSOURI
Mid West
Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association  
NCAA II  
Belleville, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
American Midwest Conference (NAIA)  
NAIA  
Columbia, KENTUCKY
Mid East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Lock Haven, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Brooklyn, NEW YORK
North East
Northeast Conference  
NCAA I  
Dubuque, IOWA
Mid West
Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Sylvania, OHIO
Great Lakes
Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Decorah, IOWA
Mid West
Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Williamsport, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
Batesville, ARKANSAS
Mid South
Central States Football League  
NAIA  
Jacksonville, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Upper Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
North Manchester, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Saint Louis, MISSOURI
Mid West
Great Lakes Valley Conference  
NCAA II  
Westminster, MARYLAND
North East
Centennial Conference  
NCAA III  
Lebanon, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Great Lakes Valley Conference  
NCAA II  
Atherton, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Golden State Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Erie, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
North East, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Collegiate Water Polo Association (Division I), Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (Division II), Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (Division I)  
JC  
Mechanicsburg, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
East Lansing, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Edison, NEW JERSEY
North East
NJCAA Region XIX  
JC  
Fremont, NEBRASKA
Mid West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Millersville, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Decatur, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin  
NCAA III  
Milwaukee, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Mankato, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Moorhead, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Granite Falls, MINNESOTA
Mid West
NJCAA, Minnesota Community College Conference  
JC  
Minot, NORTH DAKOTA
North West
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Saint Louis, MISSOURI
Mid West
American Midwest Conference  
NAIA  
Marshall, MISSOURI
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Modesto, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Central Valley Conference  
JC  
Havre, MONTANA
North West
Frontier Conference  
NAIA  
Sioux City, IOWA
Mid West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Cincinnati, OHIO
Great Lakes
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Walnut, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Allentown, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Centennial Conference  
NCAA III  
Muskegon, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
New Concord, OHIO
Great Lakes
Ohio Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Garden City, NEW YORK
North East
North Eastern Athletic  
JC  
Lincoln, NEBRASKA
Mid West
Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Chanute, KANSAS
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Henniker, NEW HAMPSHIRE
New England
North Atlantic Conference  
NCAA III  
Jersey City, NEW JERSEY
North East
Eastern College Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Las Vegas, NEW MEXICO
South West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
New York, NEW YORK
North East
University Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Newberry, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
South Atlantic Conference  
NCAA II  
Wichita, KANSAS
Mid West
Heartland Conference  
NCAA II  
Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Atlantic Coast Conference  
NCAA I  
Naperville, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin  
NCAA III  
Fargo, NORTH DAKOTA
North West
Missouri Valley Conference  
NCAA I  
Coeur d'Alene, IDAHO
North West
 
JC  
Mason City, IOWA
Mid West
NJCAA, Iowa Junior College Conference  
JC  
Sterling, COLORADO
South West
NJCAA  
JC  
Miami, OKLAHOMA
Mid South
 
JC  
DeKalb, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Mid-American Conference  
NCAA I  
Aberdeen, SOUTH DAKOTA
North West
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Thief River Falls, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Minnesota College Athletic Conference  
JC  
Powell, WYOMING
North West
NJCAA, Region IX, WCCAC, NIRA  
JC  
Goodland, KANSAS
Mid West
 
JC  
Orange City, IOWA
Mid West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Evanston, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Northfield, VERMONT
New England
New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Cleveland, OHIO
Great Lakes
Mountain East Conference  
NCAA II  
Ada, OHIO
Great Lakes
Ohio Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Columbus, OHIO
Great Lakes
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Athens, OHIO
Great Lakes
Mid-American Conference  
NCAA I  
Vienna, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
Great Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Delaware, OHIO
Great Lakes
North Coast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA
Mid South
Sooner Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Stillwater, OKLAHOMA
Mid South
Big 12 Conference  
NCAA I  
Bartlesville, OKLAHOMA
Mid South
Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Norfolk, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Conference USA  
NCAA I  
Olivet, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Corvallis, OREGON
West Coast
Pacific-12 Conference  
NCAA I  
La Junta, COLORADO
South West
NJCAA  
JC  
Ottawa, KANSAS
Mid West
Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Westerville, OHIO
Great Lakes
Ohio Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Arkadelphia, ARKANSAS
Mid South
Great American Conference  
NCAA II  
Forest Grove, OREGON
West Coast
Northwest Conference  
NCAA III  
San Marcos, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
University Park, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Schuylkill Haven, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
NJCAA; NCWA Wrestling  
NAIA  
Plymouth, NEW HAMPSHIRE
New England
Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Pratt, KANSAS
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Clinton, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Big South Conference  
NCAA I  
Princeton, NEW JERSEY
North East
Ivy League  
NCAA I  
West Lafayette, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Charlotte, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
South Atlantic Conference  
NCAA II  
Waleska, GEORGIA
South East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Providence, RHODE ISLAND
New England
Little East Conference  
NCAA III  
Lawrenceville, NEW JERSEY
North East
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Willmar, MINNESOTA
Mid West
NJCAA, Minnesota Community College Conference  
JC  
Whittier, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Rochester Hills, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Independent Great Lakes Region  
NAIA  
Rochester, MINNESOTA
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Rochester, NEW YORK
North East
Liberty League  
NCAA III  
Bristol, RHODE ISLAND
New England
Commonwealth Coast Conference  
NCAA III  
Piscataway, NEW JERSEY
North East
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Sacramento, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Bay Valley Conference  
JC  
Fairfield, CONNECTICUT
New England
Northeast Conference  
NCAA I  
Collegeville, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
San Francisco, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Collegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA II  
Santa Ana, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Santa Rosa, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Bay Valley 19, NORCAL Football Alliance, West Coast Conference  
JC  
Kerrville, TEXAS
Mid South
Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Greensburg, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Redding, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Shippensburg, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Rocklin, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Indianola, IOWA
Mid West
Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Redding, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Pacific Conference  
NAIA  
San Bruno, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
NJCAA  
JC  
Brookings, SOUTH DAKOTA
North West
Missouri Valley Conference  
NCAA I  
Lakeland, FLORIDA
South East
Sun Conference  
NAIA  
Edwardsville, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Ohio Valley Conference  
NCAA I  
Ashland, OREGON
West Coast
Frontier Conference  
NAIA  
Buena Vista, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Capital Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Marshall, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Richlands, VIRGINIA
Mid East
 
JC  
Coos Bay, OREGON
West Coast
NWAACC  
JC  
Spartanburg, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
NJCAA  
JC  
Springfield, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Springfield, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
NJCAA, Massachusetts Community College Athletic Conference  
JC  
Laurinburg, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Port Huron, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
 
JC  
Saint Cloud, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Northfield, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Stanford, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Pacific-12 Conference  
NCAA I  
Hoboken, NEW JERSEY
North East
Empire 8 Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Vestal, NEW YORK
North East
America East Conference  
NCAA I  
Brockport, NEW YORK
North East
Empire 8 Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Oneonta, NEW YORK
North East
State University of New York Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Cortland, NEW YORK
North East
State University of New York Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Jamestown, NEW YORK
North East
Western New York Athletic Conference, NJCAA  
JC  
Oswego, NEW YORK
North East
State University of New York Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Loch Sheldrake, NEW YORK
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Stone Ridge, NEW YORK
North East
 
JC  
Buffalo, NEW YORK
North East
Mid-American Conference  
NCAA I  
Fort Worth, TEXAS
Mid South
Sooner Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Lancaster, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
AJCCA, NJCAA  
JC  
Ewing, NEW JERSEY
North East
New Jersey Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Greenville, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Presidents' Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Crestview Hills, KENTUCKY
Mid East
Presidents' Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Tiffin, OHIO
Great Lakes
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Angola, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Hartford, CONNECTICUT
New England
New England Small College Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
River Grove, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Cleveland, GEORGIA
South East
Appalachian Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Roseburg, OREGON
West Coast
Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges  
JC  
Cranford, NEW JERSEY
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
USAFA, COLORADO
South West
Mountain West Conference  
NCAA I  
New London, CONNECTICUT
New England
New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Kings Point, NEW YORK
North East
New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
West Point, NEW YORK
North East
Division I-A Independents  
NCAA I  
Annapolis, MARYLAND
North East
American Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Little Rock, ARKANSAS
Mid South
Sun Belt Conference  
NCAA I  
Warrensburg, MISSOURI
Mid West
Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association  
NCAA II  
Edmond, OKLAHOMA
Mid South
Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association  
NCAA II  
Chicago, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Midwest Conference  
NCAA III  
Dubuque, IOWA
Mid West
Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Findlay, OHIO
Great Lakes
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Champaign, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Indianapolis, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Great Lakes Valley Conference  
NCAA II  
Iowa City, IOWA
Mid West
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Jamestown, NORTH DAKOTA
North West
North Star Athletic Association  
NAIA  
Bismarck, NORTH DAKOTA
North West
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
College Park, MARYLAND
North East
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Minneapolis, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Columbia, MISSOURI
Mid West
Southeastern Conference  
NCAA I  
Mount Olive, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Conference Carolinas  
NCAA II  
Alliance, OHIO
Great Lakes
Ohio Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Lincoln, NEBRASKA
Mid West
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Kearney, NEBRASKA
Mid West
Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association  
NCAA II  
Chapel Hill, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Atlantic Coast Conference  
NCAA I  
Pembroke, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Division II Independents  
NCAA II  
Greeley, COLORADO
South West
Big Sky Conference  
NCAA I  
Cedar Falls, IOWA
Mid West
Missouri Valley Conference  
NCAA I  
Norman, OKLAHOMA
Mid South
Big 12 Conference  
NCAA I  
Philadelphia, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Ivy League  
NCAA I  
Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Atlantic Coast Conference  
NCAA I  
Johnstown, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Great Falls, MONTANA
North West
Frontier Conference  
NAIA  
Leavenworth, KANSAS
Mid West
Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Scranton, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Landmark Conference  
NCAA III  
Portland, MAINE
New England
Little East Conference  
NCAA III  
Chattanooga, TENNESSEE
Mid East
Southern Conference  
NCAA I  
Williamsburg, KENTUCKY
Mid East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Clarksville, ARKANSAS
Mid South
American Southwest Conference  
NCAA III  
Charlottesville, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Atlantic Coast Conference  
NCAA I  
Madison, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Eau Claire, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
La Crosse, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Oshkosh, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Kenosha, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Great Lakes Valley Conference  
NCAA II  
Platteville, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Stevens Point, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Whitewater, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Laramie, WYOMING
North West
Mountain West Conference  
NCAA I  
Fayette, IOWA
Mid West
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Urbana, OHIO
Great Lakes
Mountain East Conference  
NCAA II  
Collegeville, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Centennial Conference  
NCAA III  
Orem, UTAH
South West
Western Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Wayne, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
 
JC  
Costa Mesa, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Golden State Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Victorville, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Foothill, South Coast (Wrestling)  
JC  
Lexington, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Big South Conference  
NCAA I  
Blacksburg, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Atlantic Coast Conference  
NCAA I  
Crawfordsville, INDIANA
Great Lakes
North Coast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Forest City, IOWA
Mid West
Midwest Collegiate Conference (NAIA)  
NAIA  
Portland, OREGON
West Coast
Cascade Collegiate Conference  
NAIA  
Waverly, IOWA
Mid West
Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Washington, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Presidents' Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Lexington, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Old Dominion Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Plainview, TEXAS
Mid South
Sooner Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Waynesburg, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Presidents' Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Middletown, CONNECTICUT
New England
New England Small College Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
West Liberty, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Morgantown, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
Big 12 Conference  
NCAA I  
Beckley, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
Independent Mid-South Region  
NAIA  
Springfield, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Commonwealth Coast Conference  
NCAA III  
Gunnison, COLORADO
South West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Rock Springs, WYOMING
North West
NJCAA  
JC  
Fulton, MISSOURI
Mid West
Upper Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Wheaton, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin  
NCAA III  
Wheeling, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
Mountain East Conference  
NCAA II  
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  
Walnut Ridge, ARKANSAS
Mid South
American Midwest Conference  
NAIA  
Williamstown, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
New England Small College Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Media, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
NJCAA, NLLC, USCAA  
JC  
Wilmington, OHIO
Great Lakes
Ohio Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Worcester, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
York, NEBRASKA
Mid West
Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
York, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Capital Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
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