Atlantic Soccer Conference

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Atlantic Soccer Conference
ASC
Atlantic Soccer Conference logo
Established2000
Dissolved2011
AssociationNCAA
DivisionDivision I
Members9 at establishment; 5 in final season
Sports fielded
  • 1
    • men's: 1
    • women's: 0
RegionAtlantic Coast and Texas
HeadquartersPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
CommissionerAlexis Schug

Atlantic Soccer Conference (ASC) was a college athletic conference which only sponsored men's soccer. The conference participated in the NCAA's Division I and its champion did not receive an automatic bid to the annual NCAA Men's Soccer Championship Tournament. It was founded in 2000 with nine colleges and universities as its members but disbanded following the 2011 season when its membership dwindled to three members.

Membership[edit]

School Nickname Tenure in ASC Current Soccer Conference
Adelphi University Panthers 2000–2011 Northeast-10 Conference (Division II)
University at Albany Great Danes 2000–2000 America East Conference
Binghamton University Bearcats 2000–2001 America East Conference
Florida Atlantic University Owls 2007–2007 Conference USA
Florida International University (FIU) Golden Panthers[a] 2000–2004 Conference USA
Hartwick College Hawks 2000–2006 Empire 8 (Division III)[b]
Houston Baptist University Huskies 2008–2011 Western Athletic Conference
Howard University Bison 2000–2011 Sun Belt Conference
Longwood University Lancers 2005–2011 Big South Conference
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) Highlanders 2004–2011 ASUN Conference
State University of New York at Oneonta (Oneonta) Red Dragons 2000–2005 State University of New York Athletic Conference (Division III)
Philadelphia University[c] Rams 2000–2007 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (Division II)
Stony Brook University Seawolves 2000–2000 America East Conference
  1. ^ FIU dropped "Golden" from its nickname in 2010.
  2. ^ Hartwick continued playing men's soccer in Division I, most recently in the Sun Belt Conference, before moving that team to its full-time Division III home of the Empire 8 in 2018.
  3. ^ In 2017, Philadelphia University merged with Thomas Jefferson University, a nearby school that only awarded postgraduate degrees and had no athletic program. The two institutions brand themselves collectively as "Jefferson". The PhilaU athletic program continued as the Jefferson athletic program, retaining the Rams nickname.

Conference champions[edit]

Season Regular Season Champion (W-L-T) Tournament Champion
2000 FIU (7-1-0) No tournament
2001 Philadelphia (5-1-0) No tournament
2002 FIU (4-0-1) No tournament
2003 FIU (4-0-1) No tournament
2004 FIU (5-0-0) No tournament
2005 Hartwick (5-1-0) Hartwick
2006 Adelphi (5-0-1) Adelphi
2007 Florida Atlantic (4-0-1) Florida Atlantic
2008 Adelphi (4-0-0) Longwood
2009 Adelphi (2-1-1) Adelphi
2010 Houston Baptist (3-0-1) Adelphi
2011 Longwood (4-0-0) Longwood

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