Southern Athletic Association
|Southern Athletic Association
Began play: 2012
|Sports fielded||21 (men's: 10; women's: 11)|
The Southern Athletic Association is a college athletic conference in NCAA Division III that began play in the 2012–13 school year. It was formed in 2011 by seven members of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference and independent Berry College.
|Berry College||Mount Berry, Georgia||1902||Private/Non-denominational||1,937||Vikings||Yes|
|Birmingham–Southern College||Birmingham, Alabama||1856||Private/United Methodist||1,600||Panthers||Yes|
|Centre College||Danville, Kentucky||1819||Private||1,215||Colonels||Yes|
|Hendrix College||Conway, Arkansas||1876||Private/United Methodist||1,400||Warriors||Yes|
|Millsaps College||Jackson, Mississippi||1890||Private/United Methodist||1,146||Majors||Yes|
|Oglethorpe University||Atlanta, Georgia||1835||Private||1,000||Stormy Petrels||No|
|Rhodes College||Memphis, Tennessee||1848||Private/Presbyterian||1,690||Lynx||Yes|
|Sewanee: The University of the South||Sewanee, Tennessee||1857||Private/Episcopal||1,383||Tigers||Yes|
Two schools, the University of Chicago and Washington University in St. Louis, have announced their intention to become affiliate members of the conference for football, effective in 2015. Both are members of the University Athletic Association (UAA), which is currently in a football scheduling alliance with the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC). However, after the 2012 season, the NCAC will adopt a full round-robin football schedule, making it impossible for that conference to fill in all of its non-conference dates with the four UAA members that sponsor the sport.
|University of Chicago||Chicago, Illinois||1890||Private/Non-denominational||5,134||Maroons||Football (2015)|
|Washington University in St. Louis||St. Louis, Missouri||1853||Private||5,997||Bears||Football (2015)|
Blue = Full member, Green = Full member except football, Red = Associate member for football
- "Eight Division III Southeastern Colleges Form Southern Athletic Association". Rhodes College. Retrieved 22 September 2011.