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Your Complete List of Women’s Basketball Colleges

Searching for—and getting recruited by—top basketball colleges is not an easy task. Whether you’re trying to find a competitive program that consistently tops the list of women’s basketball rankings, gearing up to improve your athleticism and GPA by starting your collegiate career at a JUCO women’s basketball college, or finding sports-life balance at one of the nation’s NCAA D3 or NAIA women’s basketball schools, there is an option for you.

Each division level, whether at the NCAA, NAIA or NJCAA level, provides student-athletes with a unique experience. Women’s basketball teams across the country require different levels of athletic talent and strength and getting through the admissions process and getting accepted into the best colleges for women’s basketball also requires student-athletes to work hard in the classroom, too. When narrowing down your target list of schools, try to include a few basketball colleges at every division level. Student-athletes interested in playing for women’s basketball colleges should have a good mix of options including safety, match and reach schools, based on their athleticism and grades.

How many colleges have women’s basketball teams? 

Student-athletes interested in pursuing basketball at the collegiate level have several options, but just how many colleges have women’s basketball programs? There are over 1,300 4-year women’s college basketball teams at the NCAA D1, D2, D3 and NAIA levels. There are also over 500 JUCO women’s basketball teams. That means recruits have 1,800 2-year and 4-year programs to choose from.

Our overview of women’s basketball colleges will not only give you a better idea of the best colleges for women’s basketball and provide women’s basketball rankings, but also help you explore and narrow down your options at every division level.

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D1 women’s basketball colleges

For the most elite high school basketball players, there are more than 350 division 1 women’s basketball colleges across the U.S. While competition is fierce at every division level, competing at the D1 level means you’ll be playing with and against some of the best women’s basketball teams in the world. However, athletes who want to pursue opportunities at this level need to realize just how difficult it is to get there. Out of the estimated 412,000+ student-athletes who play at the high-school level, only about 1.2 percent go on to compete at one of these 349 D1 women’s basketball colleges.

Are you ready to compete at the D1 level? Although these programs are considered the best women’s basketball teams, the time, energy and commitment to get to—and stay—at this level is comparable to having a full-time job. Between practices, games and tournaments, as well as off-season training, traveling to and from events and keeping up with coursework in order to remain eligible to play, pursuing women’s basketball at the D1 level is no joke. For student-athletes who can handle the pressure, however, pursuing open roster spots at a D1 women’s basketball college may be for you.

View the complete list of D1 women’s basketball colleges here.

Check out the top D1women's basketball colleges.

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D2 women’s basketball colleges

For basketball players who want to compete at an elite level but with an added layer of flexibility in their schedule, there are currently 313 Division 2 women’s basketball colleges to choose from. However, getting recruited by D2 women’s basketball colleges is equally fierce. These are some of the best colleges for women’s basketball in the nation and they also continuously show up near the top of the list of women’s basketball rankings. In fact, just like their peers at the D1 level, only 1.2 percent of high-school women’s basketball players go on to compete at the D2 level.

D2 schools tend to be smaller in size than their D1 counterparts and offer somewhat of a less demanding schedule, allowing for a better sports-academics balance. While you may not have as much time for extracurriculars or ample free time during basketball season, D2 women’s basketball colleges provide student-athletes with more time to dedicate to academics, and even have some free time in the off-season. The biggest perk of playing at the D2 level? Playing time—while many freshmen athletes get limited (if any) time on the court at the D1 level, players at the D2 level are more likely to score some time off the bench during their first year of college.

View the complete list of Division 2 women’s basketball colleges.

Check out the best D2 women’s basketball colleges.

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D3 women’s basketball colleges 

There are plenty of options for basketball players interested in attending and competing for one of the NCAA’s D3 women’s basketball teams. Division 3 programs are located at some of the best colleges for women’s basketball, and with more than 400 options to choose from, it’s no surprise that some top programs share similar athletic stats, such as overall points scored, as D1 and D2 schools. In addition to being the NCAA’s largest women’s basketball division—with 439 active member basketball colleges with women’s basketball teams—landing an open roster spot at one of these division 3 schools offers student-athletes with a sports-life balance that their peers at the D1 and D2 levels can’t compete with.

Women’s basketball colleges at the D3 level provide athletes with:

  • Flexible schedules. D3 programs offer less of a time commitment than those at the D1 or D2 levels. Women’s basketball players will still experience a rigorous schedule during the winter season, but have freedom during the off-season to pursue extracurriculars, add a minor or double-major to their degree and even study-abroad or land an internship.
  • High academic caliber. Women’s basketball colleges at the D3 level are some of the most elite academic institutions in the nation. For athletes looking to excel on and off the court, D3 programs offer academic competition, too.
  • Competitive financial aid packages. Despite not offering athletic scholarships, these basketball colleges make up for it with both need-based aid and merit-based awards. Because of a less demanding sport schedule, student-athletes can also balance basketball and coursework with work study-programs.

For a well-rounded college experience, consider adding a few Division 3 colleges with women’s basketball programs to your target list.

View the complete list of Division 3 women’s basketball colleges.

Check out the top D3 women's basketball colleges.

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NAIA women’s basketball colleges

Many women’s basketball players are often surprised to find out that competitive basketball opportunities exist outside of the NCAA D1, D2 and D3 levels. While the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics may not be as large or well-known as the NCAA, it’s competitive in its own right. There are nearly 250 NAIA women’s basketball schools that have women’s basketball teams competing at the same level as NCAA D1 or D2 athletes. While NAIA colleges are comprised mostly of smaller colleges and universities, student-athletes should be careful not to overlook these schools when exploring their college options.

NAIA women’s basketball schools provide a flexible sports-life balance similar to the well-rounded college experience offered at the NCAA D3 level, with one added bonus—in addition to need-based aid and merit-based awards, they also offer athletic scholarships. NAIA schools should be on everyone’s radar—underclassmen and upperclassmen alike—because they don’t have to follow the NCAA’s strict recruiting rules around contact periods. Regardless of grad year, student-athletes can contact coaches at any time, making NAIA programs a great opportunity for freshmen or sophomores who want to get a head start on their recruiting journeys. 

View the complete list of NAIA women’s basketball schools.

Check out the best colleges for women's basketball at the NAIA division level.

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JUCO women’s basketball 

Women’s basketball recruits who want to develop their athletic and academic skills before moving on to a 4-year college should consider starting their collegiate careers at a junior college. There are more than 550 women’s basketball colleges at the junior college level to choose from, which makes it easy for student-athletes to pursue their college degree near their home or high-school before exploring their options nationwide. JUCO women’s basketball colleges are also a great stepping-stone for athletes unsure of their desired college major, uncertain which division level is the best fit for them and even those who want to work on their athletic or academic strengths to meet D1 or D2 recruiting guidelines and get accepted by their dream school.

JUCO women’s basketball colleges are also a cost-effective option, with lower tuition costs than their 4-year college counterparts. In addition to providing financial aid and academic grants, NJCAA schools also offer athletic scholarships. And, since many student-athletes choose to live at home for one or two years, they also save on room and board by avoiding dorm room or apartment costs.

The biggest draw to competing at one of these 2-year women’s basketball colleges is that they often act as “feeder schools” to D1 and D2 colleges. It’s extremely common for college coaches at D1 and D2 programs to recruit JUCO athletes even before scouting high school basketball players. If you’re interested in sharpening your skills before topping the women’s basketball rankings in the future, consider adding a junior college to your list of potential schools.

View the complete list of JUCO women’s basketball teams.

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Women’s basketball rankings and best colleges for women’s basketball

We analyzed NCSA Favorites data obtained from the college search activity of the 2,000,000+ recruits on the NCSA recruiting network, as well as U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges, IPEDS graduation rate and cost after admissions data, to create the NCSA Power Rankings, which recognize the best colleges for women’s basketball. Here are the top 10:

  1. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  2. Stanford University
  3. University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA)
  4. Princeton University
  5. Harvard University
  6. Yale University
  7. University of Florida
  8. University of Michigan
  9. University of California
  10. University of Virginia 

These women’s basketball rankings offer an interesting perspective of the nation’s best colleges for women’s basketball. While potential recruits should not limit themselves to these 10 schools, they should see what they like and don’t like about schools on this list to help narrow down their personal preferences. The number one priority for student-athletes interested in pursuing a roster spot at one of the country’s 1,900+ women’s basketball programs should and will always be to find the best athletic, academic, social and financial fit, whether it’s at an NCAA, NAIA or JUCO women’s basketball college.

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Complete list of women’s basketball colleges

School
City and State
Region
Conference
Division
Abilene, TEXAS
Mid South
Southland Conference  
NCAA I  
San Francisco, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Pacific West Conference  
NCAA II  
Alamosa, COLORADO
South West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Garden City, NEW YORK
North East
Northeast-10 Conference  
NCAA II  
Adrian, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Decatur, GEORGIA
South East
USA South Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Normal, ALABAMA
South East
Southwestern Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Montgomery, ALABAMA
South East
Southwestern Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Albany, GEORGIA
South East
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Albany, GEORGIA
South East
 
JC  
New Haven, CONNECTICUT
New England
Division III Independents  
NCAA III  
Albion, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Reading, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
Alcorn State, MISSISSIPPI
Mid South
Southwestern Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Philippi, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
Great Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Alfred, NEW YORK
North East
Eastern College Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Alfred, NEW YORK
North East
Empire 8 Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Pippa Passes, KENTUCKY
Mid East
River States Conference  
NAIA  
Santa Maria, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Western State Conference  
JC  
Cumberland, MARYLAND
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Meadville, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
North Coast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Iola, KANSAS
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Columbia, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Appalachian Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Alma, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Alpena, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Michigan Community College Athletic Association, NJCAA  
JC  
Reading, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
Milwaukee, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Springfield, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Northeast-10 Conference  
NCAA II  
Sacramento, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
North East
Patriot League  
NCAA I  
Amherst, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
New England Small College Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Donaldson, INDIANA
Great Lakes
 
JC  
Anderson, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Anderson, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
South Atlantic Conference  
NCAA II  
Cuthbert, GEORGIA
South East
NJCAA  
JC  
Lufkin, TEXAS
Mid South
NJCAA  
JC  
San Angelo, TEXAS
Mid South
Lone Star Conference  
NCAA II  
Paxton, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Great Northeast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Arnold, MARYLAND
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Coon Rapids, MINNESOTA
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Lancaster, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Mount Hope, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
NCCAA  
NCAA III  
Boone, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Sun Belt Conference  
NCAA I  
Newport News, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Independent - USCAA  
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  
Tempe, ARIZONA
South West
Pacific-12 Conference  
NCAA I  
Yuma, ARIZONA
South West
NJCAA, ACCAC, WSFL  
JC  
Little Rock, ARKANSAS
Mid South
Region 2 NJCAA  
JC  
Jonesboro, ARKANSAS
Mid South
Sun Belt Conference  
NCAA I  
West Memphis, ARKANSAS
Mid South
 
JC  
Russellville, ARKANSAS
Mid South
Great American Conference  
NCAA II  
Brooklyn, NEW YORK
North East
 
JC  
New York, NEW YORK
North East
 
NJCAA  
Miami, FLORIDA
South East
NJCAA - Independent  
JC  
Wilmore, KENTUCKY
Mid East
River States Conference  
NAIA  
Ashland, OHIO
Great Lakes
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Plymouth, MINNESOTA
Mid West
 
JC  
Worcester, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Northeast-10 Conference  
NCAA II  
Atlanta, GEORGIA
South East
 
JC  
Mays Landing, NEW JERSEY
North East
NJCAA, Garden State Athletic Conference  
JC  
Auburn, ALABAMA
South East
Southeastern Conference  
NCAA I  
Montgomery, ALABAMA
South East
Gulf South Conference  
NCAA II  
Minneapolis, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Augusta, GEORGIA
South East
Peach Bell Conference (Division II)  
NCAA II  
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  
Aurora, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Sherman, TEXAS
Mid South
Southern Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Clarksville, TENNESSEE
Mid East
Ohio Valley Conference  
NCAA I  
Ave Maria, FLORIDA
South East
Sun Conference  
NAIA  
Danville, VIRGINIA
Mid East
USA South Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Kansas City, MISSOURI
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Azusa, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Great Northeast Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Wellesley, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Muskogee, OKLAHOMA
Mid South
Sooner Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
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  
Muncie, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Mid-American Conference  
NCAA I  
Baltimore, MARYLAND
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Annandale-On-Hudson, NEW YORK
North East
Liberty League  
NCAA III  
Miami, FLORIDA
South East
Sunshine State Conference  
NCAA II  
Barstow, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Wilson, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Conference Carolinas  
NCAA II  
Great Bend, KANSAS
Mid West
NJCAA, Jayhawk Conference  
JC  
Lewiston, MAINE
New England
New England Small College Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Escanaba, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
 
JC  
Longmeadow, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
New England Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Waco, TEXAS
Mid South
Big 12 Conference  
NCAA I  
Worcester, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Commonwealth Coast Conference  
NCAA III  
Jackson, MISSISSIPPI
Mid South
American Southwest Conference  
NCAA III  
Louisville, KENTUCKY
Mid East
Great Lakes Valley Conference  
NCAA II  
Bellevue, WASHINGTON
West Coast
Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC)  
JC  
Belmont, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Conference Carolinas  
NCAA II  
Nashville, TENNESSEE
Mid East
Ohio Valley Conference  
NCAA I  
Beloit, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Midwest Conference  
NCAA III  
Bemidji, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Columbia, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Atchison, KANSAS
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Lisle, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Mesa, ARIZONA
South West
NAIA DII  
NAIA  
Greensboro, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA)  
NCAA III  
Waltham, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Northeast-10 Conference  
NCAA II  
Berea, KENTUCKY
Mid East
USA South Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Paramus, NEW JERSEY
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
New York, NEW YORK
North East
USCAA  
JC  
Mount Berry, GEORGIA
South East
Southern Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Lindsborg, KANSAS
Mid West
Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Bethany, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
Presidents' Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Mankato, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Upper Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
North Newton, KANSAS
Mid West
Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Mishawaka, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Crossroads League  
NAIA  
Saint Paul, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
McKenzie, TENNESSEE
Mid East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Anaheim, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Big West Conference  
NCAA III  
Daytona Beach, FLORIDA
South East
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Moses Lake, WASHINGTON
West Coast
 
JC  
La Mirada, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Pacific West Conference  
NCAA II  
Birmingham, ALABAMA
South East
Southern Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Mobile, ALABAMA
South East
Alabama Junior College Conference Association, NJCAA  
JC  
Bismarck, NORTH DAKOTA
North West
NJCAA  
JC  
Moline, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA, Arrowhead Conference  
JC  
Moline, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA, Arrowhead Conference  
JC  
Spearfish, SOUTH DAKOTA
North West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Carlinville, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Brenham, TEXAS
Mid South
 
JC  
Bloomfield, NEW JERSEY
North East
Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Bloomsburg, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Blue Mountain, MISSISSIPPI
Mid South
Southern States Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Pendleton, OREGON
West Coast
NWAACC  
JC  
Bluefield, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Bluefield, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
Independent Southeast Region  
NCAA II  
Bluffton, OHIO
Great Lakes
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Greenville, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
NCCAA (South Region Conference)  
NCAA III  
Boise, IDAHO
North West
Mountain West Conference  
NCAA I  
Chestnut Hill, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Atlantic Coast Conference  
NCAA I  
Boston, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Patriot League  
NCAA I  
Brunswick, MAINE
New England
New England Small College Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Bowie, MARYLAND
North East
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA II  
Bowling Green, OHIO
Great Lakes
Mid-American Conference  
NCAA I  
Peoria, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Missouri Valley Conference  
NCAA I  
Waltham, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
University Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Gainesville, GEORGIA
South East
Appalachian Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Owensboro, KENTUCKY
Mid East
River States Conference  
NAIA  
Brevard, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
South Atlantic Conference  
NCAA III  
Mount Vernon, GEORGIA
South East
Southern States Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Sioux City, IOWA
Mid West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Bridgewater, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Old Dominion Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Bridgewater, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Eastern Collegiate Football Conference  
NCAA III  
Provo, UTAH
South West
Other  
NCAA I  
Fall River, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
 
JC  
Lincroft, NEW JERSEY
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Fort Lauderdale, FLORIDA
South East
National Institute of Recreation Services Association, NJCAA  
JC  
Providence, RHODE ISLAND
New England
Ivy League  
NCAA I  
Bolivia, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
NJCAA  
JC  
Dayton, TENNESSEE
Mid East
Appalachian Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Milwaukee, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Independent  
JC  
Cleveland, OHIO
Great Lakes
 
JC  
Virginia Beach, VIRGINIA
Mid East
NJCAA  
JC  
Smithfield, RHODE ISLAND
New England
Northeast Conference  
NCAA I  
Bryn Athyn, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
North Eastern Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Bryn Mawr, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Centennial Conference  
NCAA III  
Lewisburg, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Patriot League  
NCAA I  
Newtown, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
NJCAA, EPCC  
JC  
Storm Lake, IOWA
Mid West
Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Boston, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
MCCAC, NJCAA  
JC  
El Dorado, KANSAS
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Butler, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
NJCAA Region XX, Western Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference  
JC  
Indianapolis, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Big East Conference  
NCAA I  
Oroville, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA)  
JC  
Aptos, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Radnor, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Colonial States Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Langhorne, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Division III Independents  
NCAA III  
Hudson, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
 
JC  
Caldwell, NEW JERSEY
North East
Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Riverside, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Pacific West Conference  
NCAA I  
Pasadena, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Thousand Oaks, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
San Luis Obispo, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Big Sky Conference  
NCAA I  
Pomona, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Collegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA II  
Bakersfield, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Western Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Chico, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Collegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA II  
Carson, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Collegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA II  
Hayward, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Collegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA II  
Fresno, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Mountain West Conference  
NCAA I  
Fullerton, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Big West Conference  
NCAA I  
Long Beach, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Big West Conference  
NCAA I  
Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Collegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA II  
Seaside, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Collegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA II  
Northridge, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Big West Conference  
NCAA I  
Sacramento, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Big Sky Conference  
NCAA I  
San Bernardino, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Collegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA II  
San Marcos, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Collegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA II  
Turlock, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Collegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA II  
Vallejo, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Pacific Conference  
NAIA  
California, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Whiting, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Grand Rapids, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Blackwood, NEW JERSEY
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Lawton, OKLAHOMA
Mid South
Lone Star Conference  
NCAA II  
Buies Creek, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Big South Conference  
NCAA I  
Campbellsville, KENTUCKY
Mid East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Buffalo, NEW YORK
North East
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Fort Totten, NORTH DAKOTA
North West
 
JC  
Wilmington, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
NJCAA Region 10  
JC  
Columbus, OHIO
Great Lakes
Ohio Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Milwaukee, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Poteau, OKLAHOMA
Mid South
NJCAA  
JC  
Galesburg, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Northfield, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
River States Conference  
NAIA  
Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
University Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Helena, MONTANA
North West
Frontier Conference  
NAIA  
Waukesha, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin  
NCAA III  
Jefferson City, TENNESSEE
Mid East
South Atlantic Conference  
NCAA II  
Kenosha, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin  
NCAA III  
Cleveland, OHIO
Great Lakes
Presidents' Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Casper, WYOMING
North West
NJCAA (Region IX)  
JC  
Castleton, VERMONT
New England
Little East Conference  
NCAA III  
Salisbury, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
South Atlantic Conference  
NCAA II  
Hickory, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
NJCAA  
JC  
Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
North East
New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Cazenovia, NEW YORK
North East
North Eastern Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
North East, MARYLAND
North East
NJCAA Region XX, JUCO Conference  
JC  
Allentown, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Lancaster, TEXAS
Mid South
 
JC  
Cedarville, OHIO
Great Lakes
Great Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Shreveport, LOUISIANA
Mid South
Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Hackettstown, NEW JERSEY
North East
Colonial States Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Coolidge, ARIZONA
South West
NJCAA  
JC  
Conway, ARKANSAS
Mid South
American Midwest Conference  
NAIA  
Sanford, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
 
JC  
McPherson, KANSAS
Mid West
Sooner Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Pella, IOWA
Mid West
Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Grand Island, NEBRASKA
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
New Britain, CONNECTICUT
New England
Northeast Conference  
NCAA I  
Macon, GEORGIA
South East
 
JC  
Brainerd, MINNESOTA
Mid West
 
JC  
Auburn, MAINE
New England
Yankee Small College Conference (YSCC)  
JC  
Fayette, MISSOURI
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Mount Pleasant, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Mid-American Conference  
NCAA I  
Wilberforce, OHIO
Great Lakes
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Ellensburg, WASHINGTON
West Coast
Great Northwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Riverton, WYOMING
North West
National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association and NJCAA Region IX  
JC  
Centralia, WASHINGTON
West Coast
NJCAA  
JC  
Danville, KENTUCKY
Mid East
Southern Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Norwalk, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Hayward, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Chadron, NEBRASKA
Mid West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Rancho Cucamonga, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Collegiate Athletic Association  
JC  
Honolulu, HAWAII
West Coast
Pacific West Conference  
NCAA II  
Hot Springs, ARKANSAS
Mid South
Independant, Association of Christian College Athletics  
NCAA III  
Chandler, ARIZONA
South West
 
JC  
Orange, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Charleston, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Big South Conference  
NCAA I  
Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Presidents' Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Marietta, GEORGIA
South East
 
JC  
Chattanooga, TENNESSEE
Mid East
NJCAA, TJCCAA  
JC  
Salem, OREGON
West Coast
NWAACC  
JC  
Wye Mills, MARYLAND
North East
NJCAA, Maryland JUCO Athletic Conference  
JC  
Philadelphia, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Cheyney, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Chicago, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Western Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Marianna, FLORIDA
South East
NJCAA  
JC  
Murfreesboro, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA II  
Front Royal, VIRGINIA
Mid East
USCAA  
NCAA III  
Memphis, TENNESSEE
Mid East
Gulf South Conference  
NCAA II  
Newport News, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Capital Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Cincinnati, OHIO
Great Lakes
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Cincinnati, OHIO
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Cisco, TEXAS
Mid South
NJCAA  
JC  
Glendora, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Western States Conference  
JC  
San Francisco, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Chicago, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Chicago, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Chicago, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Chicago, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
 
JC  
Chicago, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
 
JC  
Oregon City, OREGON
West Coast
NJCAA, Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC)  
JC  
Orangeburg, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Claremont, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Clarendon, TEXAS
Mid South
Western Junior College Athletic Conference  
JC  
Clarion, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Atlanta, GEORGIA
South East
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Vancouver, WASHINGTON
West Coast
 
JC  
Springfield, OHIO
Great Lakes
Ohio Community College Athletic Conference  
JC  
Worcester, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Dubuque, IOWA
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Clarks Summit, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Colonial States Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Potsdam, NEW YORK
North East
Liberty League  
NCAA III  
Morrow, GEORGIA
South East
Peach Belt Conference  
NCAA II  
Cleveland, TENNESSEE
Mid East
NJCAA  
JC  
Cleveland, OHIO
Great Lakes
Horizon League  
NCAA I  
Rock Hill, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
 
JC  
Concordia, KANSAS
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Clarksdale, MISSISSIPPI
Mid South
NJCAA  
JC  
Bay Minette, ALABAMA
South East
 
JC  
Monroeville, ALABAMA
South East
 
JC  
Beeville, TEXAS
Mid South
 
JC  
Conway, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Sun Belt Conference  
NCAA I  
Douglas, ARIZONA
South West
NJCAA  
JC  
Cedar Rapids, IOWA
Mid West
Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Coffeyville, KANSAS
Mid West
 
JC  
Hartsville, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
South Atlantic Conference  
NCAA II  
Waterville, MAINE
New England
New England Small College Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Colby, KANSAS
Mid West
 
JC  
New London, NEW HAMPSHIRE
New England
North Atlantic Conference  
NCAA III  
Hamilton, NEW YORK
North East
Patriot League  
NCAA I  
Ocala, FLORIDA
South East
NJCAA  
JC  
Charleston, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Colonial Athletic Association  
NCAA I  
Brunswick, GEORGIA
South East
Sun Conference  
NAIA  
Glen Ellyn, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Grayslake, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Kentfield, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Community College Athletic Association  
JC  
Bronx, NEW YORK
North East
Skyline Conference  
NCAA III  
St. Joseph, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Morristown, NEW JERSEY
North East
North Eastern Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Omaha, NEBRASKA
Mid West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
San Mateo, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Twin Falls, IDAHO
North West
NJCAA  
JC  
La Plata, MARYLAND
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Rutland, VERMONT
New England
Other  
NAIA  
Santa Clarita, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
California Community College Athletic Association, Western States Conference  
JC  
Palm Desert, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Worcester, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Patriot League  
NCAA I  
Point Lookout, MISSOURI
Mid West
Association of Independent Institutions  
NAIA  
Eureka, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Golden Valley Conference, North Carolina Football Alliance  
JC  
Visalia, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Weed, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Williamsburg, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Colonial Athletic Association  
NCAA I  
Wooster, OHIO
Great Lakes
North Coast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
McKinney, TEXAS
Mid South
NJCAA  
JC  
Lakewood, COLORADO
South West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Colorado Springs, COLORADO
South West
Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Grand Junction, COLORADO
South West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Rangely, COLORADO
South West
NJCAA  
JC  
Golden, COLORADO
South West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Fort Collins, COLORADO
South West
Mountain West Conference  
NCAA I  
Pueblo, COLORADO
South West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Pasco, WASHINGTON
West Coast
NWAC  
JC  
Columbia, MISSOURI
Mid West
American Midwest Conference  
NAIA  
Columbia, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Appalachian Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Columbia, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
NCCAA  
NAIA  
Columbia, TENNESSEE
Mid East
NJCAA, TJCCAA  
JC  
New York, NEW YORK
North East
Ivy League  
NCAA I  
Hudson, NEW YORK
North East
NJCAA, Mountain Valley Conference  
JC  
Columbus, OHIO
Great Lakes
NJCAA, Ohio Community College Athletic Conference  
JC  
Columbus, GEORGIA
South East
Peach Belt Conference  
NCAA II  
Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Monaca, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Western Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference  
JC  
Philadelphia, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference, Pennsylvania Collegiate Athletic Association  
JC  
Warwick, RHODE ISLAND
New England
NJCAA  
JC  
Athens, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
Mountain East Conference  
NCAA II  
Selma, ALABAMA
South East
Independent  
NCAA III  
Moorhead, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Bronxville, NEW YORK
North East
Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
River Forest, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Irvine, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Pacific West Conference  
NCAA II  
Seward, NEBRASKA
Mid West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Portland, OREGON
West Coast
Great Northwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Austin, TEXAS
Mid South
American Southwest Conference  
NCAA III  
Mequon, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Saint Paul, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
New London, CONNECTICUT
New England
New England Small College Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Warner, OKLAHOMA
Mid South
NJCAA  
JC  
San Pablo, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Spartanburg, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Conference Carolinas  
NCAA II  
Wesson, MISSISSIPPI
Mid South
NJCAA  
JC  
Joshua Tree, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Baltimore, MARYLAND
North East
Other  
NCAA I  
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  
Grand Rapids, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Corning, NEW YORK
North East
NJCAA, Mid-State Athletic Conference  
JC  
Sacramento, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Nevada, MISSOURI
Mid West
Independent  
NAIA  
Randolph, NEW JERSEY
North East
NJCAA, Garden State Athletic Conference  
JC  
Lookout Mountain, GEORGIA
South East
USA South Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Arkansas City, KANSAS
Mid West
 
JC  
Omaha, NEBRASKA
Mid West
Big East Conference  
NCAA I  
Neosho, MISSOURI
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Paragould, ARKANSAS
Mid South
Association of Independent Institutions  
NAIA  
Saint Bonifacius, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Upper Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
San Luis Obispo, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Canton, MISSOURI
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Vineland, NEW JERSEY
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Lebanon, TENNESSEE
Mid East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Milton, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Commonwealth Coast Conference  
NCAA III  
Cleveland, OHIO
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Cypress, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Buffalo, NEW YORK
North East
Northeast Conference  
NCAA III  
Amherst, NEW YORK
North East
East Coast Conference  
NCAA II  
Bottineau, NORTH DAKOTA
North West
NJCAA, Mon-Dak Junior College Conference  
JC  
Madison, SOUTH DAKOTA
North West
North Star Athletic Association  
NAIA  
Mitchell, SOUTH DAKOTA
North West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Dallas, TEXAS
Mid South
NCCAA  
NCAA III  
Danville, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA, Collegiate Conference of Central Illinois  
JC  
Hanover, NEW HAMPSHIRE
New England
Ivy League  
NCAA I  
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  
Glendive, MONTANA
North West
NJCAA, NIRA  
JC  
Daytona Beach, FLORIDA
South East
NJCAA  
JC  
Cupertino, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Franklin, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
New England Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Defiance, OHIO
Great Lakes
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Media, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference  
JC  
Dover, DELAWARE
North East
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Newark, DELAWARE
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Doylestown, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
New Orleans, LOUISIANA
Mid South
NJCAA  
JC  
University Center, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Cleveland, MISSISSIPPI
Mid South
Gulf South Conference  
NCAA II  
Granville, OHIO
Great Lakes
North Coast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Chicago, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Big East Conference  
NCAA I  
Greencastle, INDIANA
Great Lakes
North Coast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Ankeny, IOWA
Mid West
Iowa Community College Athletic Conference  
JC  
Center Valley, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
Pleasant Hill, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Carlisle, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Centennial Conference  
NCAA III  
Dickinson, NORTH DAKOTA
North West
North Star Athletic Association  
NAIA  
New Orleans, LOUISIANA
Mid South
Gulf Coast Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Saint George, UTAH
South West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Crete, NEBRASKA
Mid West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Dodge City, KANSAS
Mid West
 
JC  
Orangeburg, NEW YORK
North East
Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
River Forest, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
San Rafael, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Pacific West Conference  
NCAA II  
Sioux Center, IOWA
Mid West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Des Moines, IOWA
Mid West
Missouri Valley Conference  
NCAA I  
Madison, NEW JERSEY
North East
Landmark Conference  
NCAA III  
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  
Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Northeast Conference  
NCAA I  
Dyersburg, TENNESSEE
Mid East
NJCAA  
JC  
Richmond, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Greenville, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
American Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Decatur, MISSISSIPPI
Mid South
NJCAA  
JC  
Ada, OKLAHOMA
Mid South
Great American Conference  
NCAA II  
Swainsboro, GEORGIA
South East
NJCAA, GCAA (Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association)  
JC  
Monterey Park, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
SCAA  
JC  
Scooba, MISSISSIPPI
Mid South
 
JC  
East Stroudsburg, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Johnson City, TENNESSEE
Mid East
Southern Conference  
NCAA I  
Marshall, TEXAS
Mid South
American Southwest Conference  
NCAA III  
Thatcher, ARIZONA
South West
 
JC  
Willimantic, CONNECTICUT
New England
Little East Conference  
NCAA III  
Cocoa, FLORIDA
South East
FCCAA, NJCAA  
JC  
Charleston, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Ohio Valley Conference  
NCAA I  
Richmond, KENTUCKY
Mid East
Ohio Valley Conference  
NCAA I  
Harrisonburg, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Old Dominion Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Ypsilanti, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Mid-American Conference  
NCAA I  
Quincy, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Commonwealth Coast Conference  
NCAA III  
Portales, NEW MEXICO
South West
Lone Star Conference  
NCAA II  
Wilburton, OKLAHOMA
Mid South
NJCAA, Bi-State East Conference  
JC  
La Grande, OREGON
West Coast
Frontier Conference  
NAIA  
Saint Davids, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
Cheney, WASHINGTON
West Coast
Big Sky Conference  
NCAA I  
Torrington, WYOMING
North West
 
JC  
St. Petersburg, FLORIDA
South East
Sunshine State Conference  
NCAA II  
Madison, WISCONSIN
Great Lakes
Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Edinboro, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Piqua, OHIO
Great Lakes
NJCAA, Ohio Community College Athletic Association  
JC  
Lynnwood, WASHINGTON
West Coast
NWAACC  
JC  
Jacksonville, FLORIDA
South East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Torrance, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Compton, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
South Coast Athletic Conference, Western State Conference  
JC  
Elgin, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Elizabeth City, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA II  
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  
Elmira, NEW YORK
North East
Empire 8 Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Chicopee, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
New England Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Elon, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Colonial Athletic Association  
NCAA I  
Daytona Beach, FLORIDA
South East
Sun Conference  
NCAA II  
Prescott, ARIZONA
South West
California Pacific Conference  
NAIA  
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  
Emory, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Old Dominion Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Atlanta, GEORGIA
South East
University Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Emporia, KANSAS
Mid West
Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association  
NCAA II  
Beverly, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
New England Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Enterprise, ALABAMA
South East
ACCA, NJCAA  
JC  
Due West, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Conference Carolinas  
NCAA II  
Newark, NEW JERSEY
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Eureka, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Upper Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Springfield, MISSOURI
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Everett, WASHINGTON
West Coast
Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges  
JC  
Olympia, WASHINGTON
West Coast
Cascade Collegiate Conference  
NAIA  
Fairfield, CONNECTICUT
New England
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Teaneck, NEW JERSEY
North East
Northeast Conference  
NCAA I  
Madison, NEW JERSEY
North East
Middle Atlantic Conferences  
NCAA III  
Fairmont, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
Mountain East Conference  
NCAA II  
Ankeny, IOWA
Mid West
Midwest Christian College Conference  
NCAA III  
Montgomery, ALABAMA
South East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Fayetteville, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA II  
Fayetteville, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
 
JC  
Quincy, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Golden Valley Conference  
JC  
Lodi, NEW JERSEY
North East
Division II Independents  
NCAA II  
Big Rapids, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Ferrum, VIRGINIA
Mid East
USA South Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Canandaigua, NEW YORK
North East
Mid-State Athletic Conference (NJCAA; Region III)  
JC  
Hancock, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Division III Independents  
NCAA III  
Boston, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Independent Northeast Region  
NAIA  
Nashville, TENNESSEE
Mid East
Association of Independent Institutions  
NAIA  
Fitchburg, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
MCSAC  
NCAA III  
Saint Augustine, FLORIDA
South East
Peach Belt Conference  
NCAA II  
Tallahassee, FLORIDA
South East
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Boca Raton, FLORIDA
South East
Conference USA  
NCAA I  
Temple Terrace, FLORIDA
South East
Southern States Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Fort Myers, FLORIDA
South East
Atlantic Sun Conference  
NCAA I  
Melbourne, FLORIDA
South East
Gulf South Conference  
NCAA II  
Miami, FLORIDA
South East
Conference USA  
NCAA I  
Miami Gardens, FLORIDA
South East
Sun Conference  
NAIA  
Lakeland, FLORIDA
South East
Sunshine State Conference  
NCAA II  
Fort Myers, FLORIDA
South East
 
JC  
Jacksonville, FLORIDA
South East
NJCAA  
JC  
Tallahassee, FLORIDA
South East
Atlantic Coast Conference  
NCAA I  
Folsom, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Cloquet, MINNESOTA
Mid West
 
JC  
St. Louis, MISSOURI
Mid West
St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Los Altos Hills, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Bronx, NEW YORK
North East
Patriot League  
NCAA I  
New Town, NORTH DAKOTA
North West
American Higher Education Consortium  
JC  
Hays, KANSAS
Mid West
Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association  
NCAA II  
Durango, COLORADO
South West
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Poplar, MONTANA
North West
 
JC  
Fort Scott, KANSAS
Mid West
 
JC  
Fort Valley, GEORGIA
South East
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Framingham, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Florence, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Peach Belt Conference  
NCAA II  
Steubenville, OHIO
Great Lakes
Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Borger, TEXAS
Mid South
Region 5  
JC  
Lancaster, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Centennial Conference  
NCAA III  
Franklin, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Rindge, NEW HAMPSHIRE
New England
Other  
NCAA II  
Frederick, MARYLAND
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Henderson, TENNESSEE
Mid East
American Midwest Conference  
NAIA  
Fresno, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Central Valley Conference  
JC  
Fresno, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Pacific West Conference  
NCAA II  
Wichita, KANSAS
Mid West
Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Frostburg, MARYLAND
North East
New Jersey Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Fullerton, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Greenville, SOUTH CAROLINA
South East
Southern Conference  
NCAA I  
Gadsden, ALABAMA
South East
NJCAA  
JC  
Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
North East
North Eastern Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Erie, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Garden City, KANSAS
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Boiling Springs, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Big South Conference  
NCAA I  
McHenry, MARYLAND
North East
Maryland JUCO, NJCAA Region XX  
JC  
New Haven, CONNECTICUT
New England
NJCAA  
JC  
Gilroy, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Beaver Falls, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Presidents' Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Newberg, OREGON
West Coast
Northwest Conference  
NCAA III  
Fairfax, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Atlantic 10 Conference  
NCAA I  
Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
North East
Atlantic 10 Conference  
NCAA I  
Georgetown, KENTUCKY
Mid East
Mid-South Conference  
NAIA  
Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
North East
Patriot League  
NCAA I  
Milledgeville, GEORGIA
South East
Peach Belt Conference  
NCAA II  
Rome, GEORGIA
South East
 
JC  
Rome, GEORGIA
South East
 
JC  
Statesboro, GEORGIA
South East
Sun Belt Conference  
NCAA I  
Americus, GEORGIA
South East
Peach Belt Conference  
NCAA II  
Atlanta, GEORGIA
South East
Sun Belt Conference  
NCAA I  
Atlanta, GEORGIA
South East
Atlantic Coast Conference  
NCAA I  
Lakewood, NEW JERSEY
North East
Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Gettysburg, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Centennial Conference  
NCAA III  
Centreville, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Glendale, ARIZONA
South West
NJCAA  
JC  
Glendale, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Glenville, WEST VIRGINIA
Mid East
Mountain East Conference  
NCAA II  
Ironwood, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
NJCAA Region XIII  
JC  
Huntington Beach, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Wilmington, DELAWARE
North East
Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Spokane, WASHINGTON
West Coast
West Coast Conference  
NCAA I  
Wenham, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Commonwealth Coast Conference  
NCAA III  
Goshen, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Crossroads League  
NAIA  
Baltimore, MARYLAND
North East
Landmark Conference  
NCAA III  
University Park, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Wyoming, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
National Christian College Athletic Association Division II  
NCAA III  
Winona Lake, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Crossroads League  
NAIA  
Lamoni, IOWA
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Grambling, LOUISIANA
Mid South
Southwestern Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Phoenix, ARIZONA
South West
Western Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Grand Rapids, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Allendale, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Des Moines, IOWA
Mid West
Heart of America Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Aberdeen, WASHINGTON
West Coast
NWAACC- (NCWA Wrestling)  
JC  
Denison, TEXAS
Mid South
NJCAA  
JC  
Portsmouth, NEW HAMPSHIRE
New England
The Yankee Small College Conference (YSCC) and the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA)  
JC  
Auburn, WASHINGTON
West Coast
 
JC  
Greensboro, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
USA South Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Greenville, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Upper Midwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Grinnell, IOWA
Mid West
Midwest Conference  
NCAA III  
El Cajon, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Grove City, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Presidents' Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Greensboro, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Old Dominion Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Jamestown, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
 
JC  
Panama City, FLORIDA
South East
NJCAA, Panhandle Conference  
JC  
Saint Peter, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Gwynedd Valley, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Colonial States Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Hagerstown, MARYLAND
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Clinton, NEW YORK
North East
New England Small College Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Saint Paul, MINNESOTA
Mid West
Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Amherst, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
USCAA  
NCAA III  
Hampton, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Big South Conference  
NCAA I  
Hannibal, MISSOURI
Mid West
American Midwest Conference  
NAIA  
Hanover, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Bryn Mawr, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
NJCAA Region XIX  
JC  
Abilene, TEXAS
Mid South
American Southwest Conference  
NCAA III  
Searcy, ARKANSAS
Mid South
Great American Conference  
NCAA II  
Bel Air, MARYLAND
North East
NJCAA  
JC  
Palatine, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA, North Central Community College Conference  
JC  
Saint Louis, MISSOURI
Mid West
American Midwest Conference  
NAIA  
Harrisburg, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Eastern Pennsylvania Athletic Conference  
JC  
Salinas, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Oneonta, NEW YORK
North East
Empire 8 Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Cambridge, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
Ivy League  
NCAA I  
Lawrence, KANSAS
Mid West
Association of Independent Institutions  
NAIA  
Hastings, NEBRASKA
Mid West
Great Plains Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Haverford, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Centennial Conference  
NCAA III  
Honolulu, HAWAII
West Coast
Pacific West Conference  
NCAA II  
Tiffin, OHIO
Great Lakes
Ohio Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Arkadelphia, ARKANSAS
Mid South
Great American Conference  
NCAA II  
Conway, ARKANSAS
Mid South
Southern Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Dearborn, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Hesston, KANSAS
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Hibbing, MINNESOTA
Mid West
NJCAA, Minnesota Community College Conference Region XIII  
JC  
High Point, NORTH CAROLINA
Mid East
Big South Conference  
NCAA I  
Freeport, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA, Arrowhead Conference  
JC  
Highland, KANSAS
Mid West
NJCAA, Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference  
JC  
Des Moines, WASHINGTON
West Coast
NJCAA  
JC  
Hamburg, NEW YORK
North East
Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference  
NCAA III  
Hillsboro, TEXAS
Mid South
NJCAA  
JC  
Tampa, FLORIDA
South East
NJCAA  
JC  
Hillsdale, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Raymond, MISSISSIPPI
Mid South
NJCAA  
JC  
Hiram, OHIO
Great Lakes
North Coast Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Geneva, NEW YORK
North East
Liberty League  
NCAA III  
Nelsonville, OHIO
Great Lakes
 
JC  
Hempstead, NEW YORK
North East
Colonial Athletic Association  
NCAA I  
Roanoke, VIRGINIA
Mid East
Old Dominion Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Goodman, MISSISSIPPI
Mid South
NJCAA Region XXIII  
JC  
Notre Dame, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Philadelphia, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference  
NCAA II  
Oakland, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Pacific West Conference  
NCAA II  
Holyoke, MASSACHUSETTS
New England
NJCAA  
JC  
Frederick, MARYLAND
North East
MAC Commonwealth Conference  
NCAA III  
Holland, MICHIGAN
Great Lakes
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association  
NCAA III  
Fullerton, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Golden State Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Houghton, NEW YORK
North East
Empire 8 Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Houston, TEXAS
Mid South
Southland Conference  
NCAA I  
Big Spring, TEXAS
Mid South
NJCAA, National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association  
JC  
Columbia, MARYLAND
North East
NJCAA Region XX, Maryland JUCO  
JC  
Brownwood, TEXAS
Mid South
American Southwest Conference  
NCAA III  
Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
North East
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference  
NCAA I  
Arcata, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
Great Northwest Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Montgomery, ALABAMA
South East
USA South Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Huntington, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Crossroads League  
NAIA  
Bangor, MAINE
New England
North Atlantic Conference  
NCAA III  
Austin, TEXAS
Mid South
Red River Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Hutchinson, KANSAS
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Pocatello, IDAHO
North West
Big Sky Conference  
NCAA I  
East Peoria, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA  
JC  
Jacksonville, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Midwest Conference  
NCAA III  
Chicago, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Division III Independents  
NCAA III  
Normal, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
Missouri Valley Conference  
NCAA I  
Oglesby, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
NJCAA, Arrowhead Conference  
JC  
Bloomington, ILLINOIS
Great Lakes
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin  
NCAA III  
Immaculata, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Colonial States Athletic Conference  
NCAA III  
Imperial, CALIFORNIA
West Coast
 
JC  
Independence, KANSAS
Mid West
NJCAA  
JC  
Fort Pierce, FLORIDA
South East
NJCAA  
JC  
Fort Wayne, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
Terre Haute, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Missouri Valley Conference  
NCAA I  
Bloomington, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Big Ten Conference  
NCAA I  
Richmond, INDIANA
Great Lakes
River States Conference  
NAIA  
Kokomo, INDIANA
Great Lakes
River States Conference  
NAIA  
Gary, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Association of Independent Institutions  
NAIA  
South Bend, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference  
NAIA  
New Albany, INDIANA
Great Lakes
River States Conference  
NAIA  
Indiana, PENNSYLVANIA
North East
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference  
NCAA II  
Indianapolis, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Horizon League  
NCAA I  
Marion, INDIANA
Great Lakes
Crossroads League  
NAIA