Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
|Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
|Sports fielded||13 (men's: 7; women's: 6)|
|Region||Southeastern United States|
|Commissioner||Gregory Moore (since 2008)|
The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) is a collegiate athletic conference consisting of historically black colleges and universities located in the southern United States. Formed in 1913, the SIAC is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and competes in Division II. Only two charter members are still part of the conference--Clark Atlanta University (formerly Clark College) and Tuskegee University (one other charter member, Morehouse, briefly left before returning).
- 1 Member schools
- 2 Conference facilities
- 3 Conference sports
- 4 Championships
- 5 See also
- 6 Notes
- 7 References
- 8 External links
A divisional format is used for baseball, basketball (M / W), football, softball, and volleyball.
- Morehouse College — men's institution, does not field women's sports.
- Provisional member in red.
|Central State University||Wilberforce, Ohio||1887||2,798||Marauders
- Central State — football was an affiliate member from 2013–2015.
* - Atlanta merged with Clark College in 1988.
Full member (all sports) Full member (non-football) Associate member (football-only) Associate member (sport)
|Albany State||Albany State University Coliseum||11,000||HPER Gym Complex||4,000|
|Benedict||Charlie W. Johnson Stadium||11,000||Benjamin E. Mays Arena||3,500|
|Central State||McPherson Stadium||7,000||football-only member|
|Claflin||non-football school||Edward Tullis Arena||3,000|
|Clark Atlanta||Panther Stadium||6,000||L.S. Epps Gym||1,800|
|Fort Valley State||Wildcat Stadium||10,000||Health and Physical Education Complex||5,100|
|Kentucky State||Alumni Field||5,000||William Exum HPER Center||2,750|
|Lane||Rothrock Stadium||3,500||J.F. Lane Center||2,500|
|LeMoyne-Owen||non-football school||Bruce Hall||1,000|
|Miles||Alumni Stadium||8,500||Knox-Windham Gym||2,000|
|Morehouse||B. T. Harvey Stadium||9,850||Forbes Arena||6,000|
|Paine||Lucy C. Laney Memorial Stadium||9,000||Randall Carter Gymnasium||1,200|
|Spring Hill||non-football school||Arthur R. Outlaw Recreation Center||2,000|
|Stillman||Stillman Stadium||9,000||Birthright Arena||1,000|
|Tuskegee||Abbott Memorial Alumni Stadium||10,000||James Center Arena||5,000|
|Track & Field Outdoor|
Men's sponsored sports by school
|Fort Valley State||5|
|Spring Hill College||6|
- Paine College — Football is suspended with a possible return in the 2017–18 academic year.
Women's sponsored sports by school
|Fort Valley State||6|
|Spring Hill College||6|
Other sponsored sports by school
|Spring Hill College||GSC||GSC||GSC|
|School||Football ||M. Basketball
|Baseball||Softball||M. Tennis||W. Tennis||M. Track (Indoor)||W. Track (Indoor)||M. Track (Outdoor)||W. Track (Outdoor)||W. Volleyball||M. Golf|
|Albany State||15 |
|Fort Valley State||3|
|South Carolina State||0|
Albany State (W)
|2004||Albany State (M&W)|
|2005||Albany State (M&W)|
|2006||Albany State (W)
|2007||Albany State (W)|
|2008||Albany State (W)
|2013||Albany State (W)
|2014||Albany State (W)
- A.^ The U.S. Army's 24th Infantry Division teams competed as members of the SIAC from 1930 until 1935.
- B.^ Golf returned as a conference sport in 2008. The first SIAC Intercollegiate Golf Championship was held at Tuskegee in 1938. The SIAC stopped Golf as a sport due to World War II but restarted in 1947 as an official conference sport until 1980 when golf was discontinued.
- "Central State University to join Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference". Central State University. Retrieved 11 March 2015.
- "Paine College Announces Self-Imposed Suspension of Infant Football Program". Paine College. Retrieved January 10, 2015.
- "Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference". Conference Championships. College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 2008-04-08.
- "SIAC Commissioner's All Sports Award Announced". 2008-05-14. Retrieved 2008-05-22.
- "SIAC Baseball Champions". thesiac.com. Southern Intercollegiate Athletics Conference. Retrieved 2009-03-19.
- "Albany, GA named home for the resurregance of Golf in the SIAC". SIAC. 2008-02-21. Retrieved 2008-04-11.