Penn State University Athletic Conference

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The Penn State University Athletic Conference is a member conference of the United States Collegiate Athletic Association. It comprises the 14 Commonwealth Campuses of Pennsylvania State University that are not full-fledged four-year colleges. John Fritz serves as commissioner.

Member schools[edit]

Name Location Enrollment Year
Established
Nickname
Pennsylvania College of Technology Williamsport, Pennsylvania 5,976 1989 Wildcats
Penn State Beaver Monaca, Pennsylvania 870 1965 Nittany Lions
Penn State Brandywine1 Media, Pennsylvania 1,630 1967 Lions
Penn State DuBois DuBois, Pennsylvania 795 1935 Nittany Lions
Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus Uniontown, Pennsylvania 957 1934 Roaring Lions
Penn State Greater Allegheny2 McKeesport, Pennsylvania 701 1948 Lions
Penn State Hazleton Hazleton, Pennsylvania 1,172 1934 Nittany Lions
Penn State Lehigh Valley Center Valley, Pennsylvania 942 1912 Nittany Lions
Penn State Mont Alto Mont Alto, Pennsylvania 1,217 1903 Nittany Lions
Penn State New Kensington New Kensington, Pennsylvania 801 1958 Nittany Lions
Penn State Schuylkill Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania 1,012 1934 Nittany Lions
Penn State Shenango3 Sharon, Pennsylvania 651 1965 Lions
Penn State Wilkes-Barre Lehman, Pennsylvania 683 1916 Nittany Lions
Penn State Worthington Scranton Dunmore, Pennsylvania 1,270 1923 Nittany Lions
Penn State York York, Pennsylvania 1,329 1926 Nittany Lions
Notes
  1. - formerly Penn State Delaware County
  2. - formerly Penn State McKeesport
  3. - formerly Penn State Shenango Valley

Sports[edit]

Conference sports
Sport Men's Women's
Baseball
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Basketball
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Cross Country
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Golf
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Soccer
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Softball
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Tennis
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Volleyball
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