United States Collegiate Athletic Association

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United States Collegiate Athletic Association
USCAAbyline(white).jpg
Abbreviation USCAA
Motto "Leveling the playing field for America's small colleges"
Formation 1966
Legal status Association
Headquarters Newport News, VA
Region served USA
Membership 82 institutions
(24 states)
Commissioner Bill Casto
Main organ Governing Body
Budget Unknown
Website theuscaa.com

The United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) is a national organization for the intercollegiate athletic programs of 86 mostly small colleges, community colleges and junior colleges, across the United States, stretching from Washington state to Maine. The USCAA holds 12 National Championship tournaments in 7 sports.[1]

History[edit]

The USCAA was founded in 1966 as the National Little College Association, primarily to sponsor a national basketball tournament for small colleges and junior colleges. It began adding more sports in the 1970s and 1980s. In 1989, it changed its name to the National Small College Association. It adopted its current name in 2001.[2]

Sports[edit]

Fall[edit]

Winter[edit]

Spring[edit]

Conferences[edit]

Champions[edit]

Men's Cross Country[edit]

  • 1971 Albany College of Pharmacy (NY)
  • 1972 Albany College of Pharmacy (NY)
  • 1973 Brewer State College (AL)
  • 1974 University of South Carolina-Spartanburg
  • 1975 Ambassador College (TX)
  • 1976 Ambassador College (TX)
  • 1977 Florida College
  • 1978 Florida College
  • 1979 Dr. Martin Luther College (MN)
  • 1980 (Not available)
  • 1981 Southern Union College
  • 1982 Southern Union College
  • 1983-1995 (Not Available)
  • 1996 Unity College, Maine
  • 1997
  • 1998
  • 1999
  • 2000 Diné College
  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005 Diné College[3]
  • 2006 Diné College
  • 2007 Diné College
  • 2008 Diné College
  • 2009 Diné College
  • 2010 Spalding University
  • 2011 SUNY-ESF[4]
  • 2012 SUNY-ESF
  • 2013 SUNY-ESF[5]

Women's Cross Country[edit]

  • 1981 Brewer State College (AL)
  • 1982 Alice Lloyd College (KY)
  • 1983-1995 (Not Available)
  • 1996 Unity College, Maine
  • 1997
  • 1998
  • 1999
  • 2000 Warren Wilson College
  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005 Southern Virginia University
  • 2006 Southern Virginia University
  • 2007 Southern Virginia University
  • 2008 Diné College
  • 2009 Saint Mary-of-the-Woods
  • 2010 Saint Mary-of-the-Woods
  • 2011 Southern Virginia University

Men’s Soccer[edit]

  • 1977 St. Paul Bible College
  • 1978 St. Paul Bible College
  • 1979 St. Paul Bible College
  • 1980 Mount Senario College (WI)
  • 1981 Concordia College (MN)
  • 1982 Blackburn College (IL)
  • 1983 Cardinal Newman College (MO)
  • 1984 Blackburn College
  • 1985 Marycrest College (IA)
  • 1986 Fontbonne College (MO)
  • 1987 Central College (KS)
  • 1988 St. Scholastica College (MN)
  • 1989 St. Scholastica College (MN)
  • 1990 York College (NE)
  • 1991 Northland College (WI)
  • 1992 York College
  • 1993 (not available)
  • 1994 Sue Bennett College (KY)
  • 1995 Centenary College (NJ)
  • 1996 Michigan Christian College
  • 1997 Kansas Wesleyan University
  • 1998 Kansas Wesleyan University
  • 1999 Kansas Wesleyan University
  • 2000 Southern Virginia University
  • 2001 Southern Virginia University
  • 2002
  • 2003 UT Tyler
  • 2004
  • 2005 Bluefield College
  • 2006 Rochester College
  • 2007 Robert Morris University - Lake County
  • 2008 Briarcliffe College
  • 2009 Concordia College - Selma, Alabama
  • 2010 University of Maine at Fort Kent
  • 2011 Lindenwood University-Belleville
  • 2012 Briarcliffe College
  • 2013 West Virginia University Institute of Technology

Women’s Soccer[edit]

  • 1997 St. Gregory's University (OK)
  • 1998 Southern Virginia College
  • 1999 Southern Virginia College
  • 2000 Huntingdon College (OR)
  • 2001 University of Dallas[6]
  • 2002 University of Dallas
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005 Southern Virginia University
  • 2006 Southern Virginia University
  • 2007 Robert Morris - Springfield
  • 2008 Southern Virginia University
  • 2009 Marygrove College
  • 2010 University of Maine Fort Kent
  • 2011 University of Maine Fort Kent
  • 2012 Daemen College
  • 2013 University of Maine Fort Kent

Women's Volleyball[edit]

  • 1980 Jackson Baptist College (OR)
  • 1981 (not available)
  • 1982 Northland College (WI)
  • 1983 College of St. Scholastica (MN)
  • 1984 College of St. Scholastica
  • 1985 Dr. Martin Luther College
  • 1985 Dr. Martin Luther College
  • 1986 Dr. Martin Luther College
  • 1987 Dr. Martin Luther College
  • 1988 College of Scholastica
  • 1989 Northland College
  • 1990 Nazareth College (MI)
  • 1991 Concordia College St. Paul (MN)
  • 1992 Northland College
  • 1993 Concordia College Seward (NE)
  • 1994 (Not available)
  • 1995 Kansas Wesleyan University
  • 1996 Kansas Wesleyan University
  • 1997 Kansas Wesleyan University
  • 1998 Rochester College
  • 1999 Rochester College
  • 2000 Florida College
  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003 Florida College
  • 2004
  • 2005 Florida College
  • 2006 Florida College
  • 2007 Florida College
  • 2008 Spalding University
  • 2009 Florida College
  • 2010 Florida College
  • 2011 Florida College
  • 2012 Daemen College

Men's Basketball[edit]

  • 1967 Sullivan Business College
  • 1968 Sullivan Business College
  • 1969 Sullivan Business College
  • 1970 Kitrell College (NC)
  • 1971 Tiffin University (OH)
  • 1972 Lindsey Wilson College (KY)
  • 1973 Tiffin University
  • 1974 Bryant & Stratton Institute
  • 1975 Florida College
  • 1976 Northeast Technical College
  • 1977 Rust College (MS)
  • 1978 Southern Union (AL)
  • 1979 Florida College
  • 1980 Sullivan Junior College
  • 1981 Oakland City College (IN)
  • 1982 Blackburn College (IL)
  • 1983 Concordia College (TX)
  • 1984 Webber College
  • 1985 Blackburn College (IL)
  • 1986 Bristol College
  • 1987 National College of Business (SD)
  • 1988 National College
  • 1989 Michigan Christian College
  • 1990 Paul Quinn College (TX)
  • 1991 Mount Senario College (WI)
  • 1992 Texas College
  • 1993 Texas College
  • 1994 Mount Senario College
  • 1995 Texas College
  • 1996 Mount Senario College
  • 1997 Louisiana Christian University
  • 1998 Northwest Christian College
  • 1999 Northwest Christian College
  • 2000 Kansas Wesleyan University

Men's Division I Basketball[edit]

  • 2001 Finlandia University (MI)
  • 2002 The Apprentice School
  • 2003 The Apprentice School
  • 2004 Rochester College
  • 2005 Rochester College
  • 2006 Rhema Bible Training Center
  • 2007 Rhema Bible Training Center
  • 2008 Oakwood University
  • 2009 Talladega College
  • 2010 Talladega College
  • 2011 Southern Virginia University
  • 2012 Oakwood University
  • 2013 Rochester College
  • 2014 Washington Adventist University

Men's Division II Basketball[edit]

Women's Basketball[edit]

  • 1980 Colorado Women's
  • 1981 NO Tournament
  • 1982 National (SD)
  • 1983 Concordia St. Paul (MN)
  • 1984 Lamar Community College
  • 1985 Phillips Junior College-Gulfport
  • 1986 Phillips Junior College-Gulfport
  • 1987 Concordia (NE)
  • 1988 St. Scholastica (MN)
  • 1989 Concordia (NE)
  • 1990 Concordia (NE)
  • 1991 Silver Lake College (WI)
  • 1992 Trinity International (IL)
  • 1993 Blackburn College (IL)
  • 1994 Trinity International
  • 1995 Martin Methodist
  • 1996 Kansas Wesleyan University
  • 1997 Kansas Wesleyan University
  • 1998 Clarendon College
  • 1999 Kansas Wesleyan University
  • 2000 Southern Virginia University
  • 2001 The Apprentice School
  • 2002 The Apprentice School
  • 2003 Mount Aloysius (Pa.)
  • 2004 Presentation College (S.D.)[7]
  • 2005 Southern Virginia University
  • 2006 Southern Virginia University
  • 2007 Concordia College - Selma
  • 2008 Concordia College - Selma
  • 2009 Spalding University
  • 2010 Talladega College
  • 2011 Ave Maria University
  • 2012 Concordia University-Selma

Baseball[edit]

  • 1975 Colorado Northwestern Community College
  • 1976 Colorado Northwestern Community College
  • 1977 Colorado Northwestern Community College
  • 1978 Missouri Baptist College
  • 1979 Colorado Northwestern Community College
  • 1980 Colorado Northwestern Community College
  • 1981 Colorado Northwestern Community College
  • 1982 Alabama Christian
  • 1983 Lamar College
  • 1984 Lamar College
  • 1985 Colorado Northwestern Community College
  • 1986 Colorado Northwestern Community College
  • 1987 NO TOURNAMENT
  • 1988 Kansas Wesleyan
  • 1990 Bristol University
  • 1991 through 1995-NOT AVAILABLE
  • 1996 Baptist Christian College
  • 1997 Kansas Wesleyan University
  • 1998 NO TOURNAMENT
  • 1999 Kansas Wesleyan University
  • 2000 Huntingdon College (AL)
  • 2001 NOT AVAILABLE
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005
  • 2006 Briarcliffe College
  • 2007 The Apprentice School
  • 2008 Columbia Union College (now Washington Adventist University)
  • 2009 Saint Catharine College
  • 2010 Briarcliffe College
  • 2011 Briarcliffe College
  • 2012 Spalding University

Men's Golf[edit]

  • 1972 University of South Carolina-Aiken
  • 1973 Steed College (TN)
  • 1974 University of South Carolina Spartanburg
  • 1975 University of South Carolina Aiken
  • 1976 University of South Carolina Aiken
  • 1977 Ambassador College (TX)
  • 1978 Southern Union College (AL)
  • 1979 Florida College
  • 1980 Brewer State College (AL)
  • 1981-2000 Not Available
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005
  • 2006 The Apprentice School
  • 2007 The Apprentice School
  • 2008 Pennsylvania College of Technology
  • 2009 Rochester College
  • 2010 Rochester College
  • 2011 Lindenwood University-Belleville

Softball[edit]

  • 1991 Lake Eric College (OH)
  • 1992 through 1996 NOT AVAILABLE
  • 1997 St. Mary of the Woods College (IN)
  • 1998 NOT AVAILABLE
  • 1999 Southern Virginia College
  • 2000 St. Mary of the Woods College
  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005
  • 2006 Robert Morris-Springfield
  • 2007 Saint Mary-of-the-Woods
  • 2008 Saint Mary-of-the-Woods
  • 2009 Saint Catharine College
  • 2010 Robert Morris Springfield
  • 2011 Rochester College

References[edit]

External links[edit]