Mid-Atlantic Rifle Conference

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Mid-Atlantic Rifle Conference
(MAC)
Established 1978
Association NCAA
Division I
Members 7 NCAA, 6 others
Sports fielded Rifle
Commissioner Bill Wolfe, President
Website http://www.mac-rifle.org/

The Mid-Atlantic Rifle Conference (MAC) is a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) rifle-only conference. The MAC was established in 1978 for schools that sponsor NCAA sanctioned varsity rifle teams, but do not have rifle as a sponsored sport in their primary conferences, as well as for non-NCAA sanctioned collegiate club teams.[1]

Members[edit]

Current members[edit]

Institution Location Founded Enrollment Nickname Primary conference
NCAA-sanctioned varsity teams
John Jay New York, NY 1964 16,000+ Bloodhounds City University of New York Athletic Conference (Div. III)
MIT Cambridge, MA 1861 10,894 Engineers New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (Div. III)
Coast Guard New London, CT 1876 1,045 Bears New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (Div. III)
University of the Sciences Philadelphia, PA 1821 2,807 Devils Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (Div. II)
University Club Teams
Canisius Buffalo, NY 1870 5,152 Golden Griffins Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
Indiana (PA) Indiana, PA 1875 14,379 Crimson Hawks Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (Div. II)
Loyola (Maryland) Baltimore, MD 1852 6,080 Greyhounds Patriot League
Penn State University Park, PA 1855 45,351 Nittany Lions Big Ten Conference
Penn State ROTC University Park, PA
SUNY Maritime Throggs Neck, NY 1874 1,850 Privateers Skyline Conference (Div. III)
Wentworth Tech Boston, MA 1904 3,638 Leopards Commonwealth Coast Conference (Div. III)
Yale University New Haven, CT 1701 12,312 Bulldogs Ivy League

Former members[edit]

Former members include:

Champions[edit]

The conference sponsors championships in several different levels of competition, and has not held championship meets in every year.

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