^ abcdeMaryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, and Pittsburgh will leave the EAGL and compete in the Atlantic Coast Conference upon Pittsburgh's accession to the ACC. However, with Maryland leaving the ACC it remains to be seen whether the ACC will be able to sponsor gymnastics as a sport.
Towson, one of the original league members, left EAGL in 2005 to rejoin the Eastern College Athletic Conference. On February 3, 2012, the Atlantic Coast Conference announced that with the addition of Pittsburgh to the conference it would begin sponsoring a gymnastics championship, withdrawing the membership of the Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, and Pittsburgh from the EAGL. However, Rutgers and Maryland both joined the Big Ten in 2014, a conference with an established gymnastics championship. West Virginia left the EAGL in 2012 upon joining the Big 12, a conference that also sponsored gymnastics.