|Sports fielded||26 (men's: 13; women's: 13)|
|Region||Upstate New York|
|Former names||Upstate Collegiate Athletic Association|
|Headquarters||Troy, New York|
The Liberty League is an intercollegiate athletic conference affiliated with the NCAA's Division III. Originally founded in 1995 as the Upstate Collegiate Athletic Association, the conference was renamed during the summer of 2004 to the current name. Members are top institutions that are all located in the State of New York.
Full member institutions include:
|Bard College||Raptors||Annandale-on-Hudson, New York||1860||Private||1,958||2011||No|
|Clarkson University||Golden Knights||Potsdam, New York||1896||Private||2,848||1995||No|
|Hobart College||Statesmen||Geneva, New York||1822||Private||905||1995||Yes|
|Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||Engineers||Troy, New York||1824||Private||5,431||1995||Yes|
|Rochester Institute of Technology||Tigers||Henrietta, New York||1829||Private||18,000||2011||No|
|University of Rochester||Yellowjackets||Rochester, New York||1850||Private||5,601||1995||Yes|
|St. Lawrence University||Saints||Canton, New York||1856||Private||2,327||1995||Yes|
|Skidmore College||Thoroughbreds||Saratoga Springs, New York||1903||Private||2,734||1995||No|
|Union College||Dutchmen||Schenectady, New York||1795||Private||2,197||1995||Yes|
|Vassar College||Brewers||Poughkeepsie, New York||1861||Private||2,446||2001||No|
|William Smith College||Herons||Geneva, New York||1908||Private||1,045||1995||No|
- Rochester holds both dual conference membership with the Liberty and with the University Athletic Association (UAA).
|Mount Holyoke College||South Hadley, Massachusetts||Lyons||1837||Private||2,100||2012-13||NEWMAC||women's golf|
|New York University||Violets||New York City||1832||Private||22,280||2012-13||UAA||men's golf
|St. John Fisher College||Cardinals||Rochester, New York||1948||Private||4,000||2013-14||Empire 8||men's rowing
|Springfield College||Pride||Springfield, Massachusetts||1885||Private||5,062||2012-13||NEWMAC||football|
|United States Merchant Marine Academy||Mariners||Kings Point, New York||1942||Federal||910||2004-05||Landmark||football|
|Wellesley College||Wellesley, Massachusetts||Blue||1870||Private/Non-sectarian||2,300||2012-13||NEWMAC||women's golf|
|Worcester Polytechnic Institute||Engineers||Worcester, Massachusetts||1865||Private||5,071||2004-05||NEWMAC||football|
|Hamilton College*||Continentals||Clinton, New York||1793||Private||1,864||1995||2011||NESCAC|
- Hamilton left the Liberty League after the 2010-11 academic year in order to fully align with the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC), of which it has been a charter member since 1971. Therefore, the school held both dual conference membership of the Liberty and the NESCAC.
Former associate members
|Susquehanna University||Crusaders||Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania||1858||Private||2,200||2007-08||2009-10||Centennial1||Landmark||football|
|United States Coast Guard Academy||Bears||New London, Connecticut||1876||Federal||1,045||2004-05||2005-06||NEFC2||NEWMAC||football|
|United States Merchant Marine Academy3||Mariners||Kings Point, New York||1942||Federal||910||2009-10||2011-12||n/a||Landmark||men's golf|
- - Susquehanna was a football-only associate member in the 2007, 2008 and 2009 seasons after leaving its previous conference, the Middle Atlantic Conferences (now it competed in the Landmark Conference in most other sports, where it remains). After three seasons it moved to the Centennial Conference.
- - U.S. Coast Guard was a football-only associate member in the 2004 and 2005 seasons after its previous conference, the Freedom Football Conference, disbanded (it competed in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) in most other sports, where it remains). After two seasons it moved to the New England Football Conference.
- - U.S. Merchant Marine is still an associate member for football within the Liberty League.
The Liberty League sponsors intercollegiate athletic competition in men's baseball, men's and women's basketball, men's and women's crew, men's and women's cross country, women's field hockey, men's football, men's golf, men's and women's lacrosse, men's and women’s soccer, women's softball, men's and women's squash, men's and women's swimming and diving, men's and women's tennis, men's and women's track and field, and women's volleyball.
- Hobart (men) and William Smith (women) are together the Colleges of the Seneca and usually grouped together, but they participate separately in athletics.
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