SouthEastern Lacrosse Conference

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South Eastern Lacrosse Conference
(SELC)
South Eastern Lacrosse Conference logo
Association MCLA
Division Division I, II
Members 38
Sports fielded College lacrosse (men's: 38; women's: 0)
Region Southeast
Commissioner Buff Grubb
Website http://mcla.us/SELC/

The South Eastern Lacrosse Conference (SELC) is a lacrosse-only athletic conference affiliated with the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA).[1] The SELC incorporates teams in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and is divided into two divisions, Division I and Division II. With close to 40 members, it is the largest of the MCLA's ten conferences.[2]

Division I[edit]

Currently, 20 different academic institutions make up the SELC Division I League. All of the SELC DI members are members of NCAA Division I. Currently the SELC DI league includes nine member schools from the Southeastern Conference (SEC), seven member schools from the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), two member schools from Conference USA (C-USA), and two member schools from the Big East Conference.[3]

Institution Location Founded Affiliation Enrollment Team Nickname Primary conference
University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, Alabama 1831 Public 28,807 Crimson Tide SEC (Division I)
Auburn University Auburn, Alabama 1856 Public 24,137 Tigers SEC (Division I)
University of Central Florida Orlando, Florida 1963 Public 53,644 Knights C-USA (Division I)
Clemson University Clemson, South Carolina 1849 Public 18,317 Tigers ACC (Division I)
East Carolina University Greenville, North Carolina 1907 Public 27,677 Pirates C-USA (Division I)
University of Florida Gainesville, Florida 1853 Public 50,691 Gators SEC (Division I)
Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida 1851 Public 40,255 Seminoles ACC (Division I)
University of Georgia Athens, Georgia 1785 Public 34,885 Bulldogs SEC (Division I)
Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, Georgia 1885 Public 20,291 Yellow Jackets ACC (Division I)
University of Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky 1865 Public 27,209 Wildcats SEC (Division I)
University of Miami Coral Gables, Florida 1925 Private/Non-sectarian 15,629 Hurricanes ACC (Division I)
University of Mississippi Oxford, Mississippi 1848 Public 18,344 Rebels SEC (Division I)
North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina 1887 Public 23,730 Wolfpack ACC (Division I)
University of South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina 1801 Public 28,481 Gamecocks SEC (Division I)
University of South Florida Tampa, Florida 1801 Public 47,122 Bulls Big East (Division I)
University of Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee 1794 Public 27,107 Volunteers SEC (Division I)
Vanderbilt University Nashville, Tennessee 1873 Private/Non-sectarian 12,514 Commodores SEC (Division I)
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Blacksburg, Virginia 1872 Public 30,739 Hokies ACC (Division I)
Wake Forest University Winston-Salem, North Carolina 1834 Private/Non-sectarian 6,862 Demon Deacons ACC (Division I)
West Virginia University Morgantown, West Virginia 1867 Public 28,898 Mountaineers Big East (Division I)

Division II[edit]

18 institutions make up the SELC Division II League. The league comprises various collegiate athletics levels.

Institution Location Founded Affiliation Enrollment Team Nickname Primary conference
Appalachian State University Boone, North Carolina 1899 Public 16,968 Mountaineers Southern Conference (Division I)
Coastal Carolina University Conway, South Carolina 1954 Public 8,360 Chanticleers Big South (Division I)
Davidson College Davidson, North Carolina 1837 Private/Non-sectarian 1,700 Wildcats Southern Conference (Division I)
Eckerd College St. Petersburg, Florida 1958 Private/Presbyterian 1,807 Tritons Sunshine State (Division II)
Elon University Elon, North Carolina 1889 Private/United Church of Christ 5,666 Phoenix Southern Conference (Division I)
Emory University Druid Hills, Georgia 1836 Private/United Methodist Church 12,756 Eagles UAA (Division III)
Furman University Greenville, South Carolina 1826 Private/Non-sectarian 3,000 Paladins Southern Conference (Division I)
Georgia Southern University Statesboro, Georgia 1906 Public 19,086 Eagles Southern Conference (Division I)
Georgia State University Atlanta, Georgia 1913 Public 30,263 Panthers CAA (Division I)
Kennesaw State University Kennesaw, Georgia 1963 Public 22,389 Owls A-Sun (Division I)
University of North Carolina at Charlotte Charlotte, North Carolina 1946 Public 24,700 49ers A-Sun (Division I)
University of North Florida Jacksonville, Florida 1969 Public 16,509 Ospreys A-Sun (Division I)
Palm Beach Atlantic University Palm Beach, Florida 1968 Private/Christian 2,908 Sailfish Independent (Division II)
Reinhardt College Waleska, Georgia 1883 Private/United Methodist Church 1,057 Eagles Appalachian (NAIA)
Savannah College of Art and Design Savannah, Georgia 1978 Private/Non-sectarian 11,897 Bees The Sun (NAIA)
Southern Virginia University Buena Vista, Virginia 1867 Private/LDS 800 Knights Independent (NAIA)
Tennessee Wesleyan College Athens, Tennessee 1857 Private/United Methodist Church 989 Bulldogs Appalachian (NAIA)
The Citadel Charleston, South Carolina 1842 Public/Military 3,420 Bulldogs Southern Conference (Division I)

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