Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference

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Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference
(CCAC)
Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference logo
Established 1949
Association NAIA
Division Division I, II
Members 14
Sports fielded 9 (men's: 4; women's: 5)
Region Midwestern United States
Region VII of the NAIA
Headquarters Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Commissioner Dennis Fox
Website ccacsports.com
Locations
Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference locations

The Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC) is a college athletic conference affiliated with the NAIA. Its 14 members are located in the Midwestern United States. In many sports, the conference is structured as part of the Region VII of the NAIA, while in some sports the conference champion qualifies directly for national competition.

The CCAC sanctions play in four men's sports which are soccer, cross country, basketball (Division I and Division II), and baseball. There are five sanctioned women's sports which are soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball (Division I and Division II), and softball.

In all sports, it sanctions regular season league play as well as a post-season tournament. It is the only conference in the NAIA nationally to be affiliated in both divisions of men's and women's basketball.

Member schools[edit]

Institution Location Founded Type Enrollment Nickname Division Joined
Calumet College of St. Joseph Whiting, Indiana 1951 Private/Roman Catholic 1,292 Crimson Wave Division II 2001
Cardinal Stritch University Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1931 Private/Roman Catholic 6,276 Wolves Division II
Holy Cross College (Indiana) Notre Dame, Indiana 1966 Private/Roman Catholic 500 Saints Division I 2008
Indiana University South Bend South Bend, Indiana 1966 Public 8,394 Titans Division I
Judson University Elgin, Illinois 1963 Private/Evangelical Christian 1,231 Eagles Division II 1996
Olivet Nazarene University Bourbonnais, Illinois 1907 Private/Nazarene 4,666 Tigers Division I 1996
Purdue University Calumet Hammond, Indiana 1946 Public 10,133 Peregrines Division II
Purdue University North Central Westville, Indiana 1967 Public 4,463 Panthers Division II
Robert Morris University Chicago, Illinois 1913 Private/Nonsectarian 7,090 Eagles Division I
Roosevelt University Chicago, Illinois 1945 Private/Nonsectarian 7,500 Lakers Division I
Saint Xavier University Chicago, Illinois 1846 Private/Roman Catholic 5,028 Cougars Division I
University of St. Francis Joliet, Illinois 1920 Private/Roman Catholic 3,352 Fighting Saints Division I
Trinity Christian College Palos Heights, Illinois 1959 Private/Reformed 1,450 Trolls Division II
Trinity International University Deerfield, Illinois 1897 Private/Evangelical Christian 2,730 Trojans Division II 1996
  • Note: Divisions are only used in men's and women's basketball.

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