Red River Athletic Conference
|Red River Athletic Conference
|Sports fielded||15 (men's: 7; women's: 8)|
|Region||South Central United States
Region VI of the NAIA
The Red River Athletic Conference is an affiliate of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). The conference's 13 member institutions are located in Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.
|Bacone College||Muskogee, Oklahoma||1880||1,000||Warriors||1998|
|Huston–Tillotson University||Austin, Texas||1881||800||Rams||1998|
|Jarvis Christian College||Hawkins, Texas||1912||550||Bulldogs||1998|
|Langston University||Langston, Oklahoma||1897||4,000||Lions||1998|
|Louisiana State University at Alexandria||Alexandria, Louisiana||1961||2,233||Generals||2014|
|Louisiana State University in Shreveport||Shreveport, Louisiana||1967||4,200||Pilots||2010|
|Our Lady of the Lake University||San Antonio, Texas||1895||2,660||Saints||2008|
|Paul Quinn College||Dallas, Texas||1872||700||Tigers||1998|
|University of St. Thomas||Houston, Texas||1947||3,300||Celts||2011|
|University of the Southwest||Hobbs, New Mexico||1962||550||Mustangs||1998|
|Texas College||Tyler, Texas||1894||800||Steers||1998|
|University of Texas at Brownsville||Brownsville, Texas||1991||17,300||Ocelots||1998|
|Wiley College||Marshall, Texas||1873||1,250||Wildcats||1998|
- Bacone College — will join the Sooner Athletic Conference in 2015.
- Texas–Brownsville — will merge with University of Texas–Pan American to become the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) in 2015. UTRGV will inherit the Texas–Pan American athletic program. The UTB men's soccer team will effectively become the UTRGV men's soccer team after the merger.
|University of Houston–Victoria||Victoria, Texas||1973||3,174||Jaguars||2015|
|Houston Baptist University||Houston, Texas||1960||Huskies||1998||2007||Southland
|Northwestern Oklahoma State University||Alva, Oklahoma||1897||Rangers||1998||2002||Great American
|Northwood University||Cedar Hill, Texas||1966||Knights||1998||2013||Dropped sports|
|University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma||Chickasha, Oklahoma||1908||Drovers||1998||2000||Sooner|
|Southwestern Adventist University||Keene, Texas||1893||Knights||1998||2002||Dropped sports|
|Southwestern Assemblies of God University||Waxahachie, Texas||1927||Lions||1998||2013||Sooner|
|Texas A&M International University||Laredo, Texas||1969||Dustdevils||1998||2006||Heartland
|Texas Wesleyan University||Fort Worth, Texas||1890||Rams||2001||2013||Sooner|
|University of Texas of the Permian Basin||Odessa, Texas||1973||Falcons||1998||2006||Heartland
The Red River Athletic Conference sponsors championships in seven men's and eight women's sports.
|Track & Field Outdoor|
- "Project South Texas Timeline". University of Texas System. Retrieved August 4, 2014.
- "Project South Texas: Ask a Question". University of Texas System. July 30, 2014. Retrieved August 5, 2014.
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