Southwestern Indiana Conference
An eight-member IHSAA-sanctioned athletic located within Clay, Daviess, Greene and Sullivan Counties in Southwest and West Central Indiana. North Central (Farmersburg) joined in 2010 with the folding of the Tri-River Conference. Prior to that time, Clay City, Linton Stockton, Shakamak, and Union (Dugger) also participated in the Tri-River Conference concurrently while playing in the SWIAC. The conference was originally formed in 1939, but information on early membership between then and 1958 is incomplete.
|School||Location||Mascot||Colors||Enrollment||IHSAA Class||County||Year Joined||Previous Conference|
|1939||White River Valley|
|1962||none (new school)|
|1986||Blue Chip Conference|
|1990||none (new school)|
- Bloomfield played concurrently in the SWIAC and Blue Chip Conference from 1968 to 1985.
- Clay City and Shakamak were both concurrently in the SWIAC and TRC from joining the SWIAC until the TRC's demise in 2010. Linton-Stockton joined the TRC in 1991 while playing simultaneously in both leagues until 2010.
- Loogootee and Shoals played concurrently in the SWIAC and MCC 1939-43.
- Shoals played concurrently in the SWIAC and Lost River Conference from 1971 to 1974, and in the SWIAC and BCC from 1977 to 1979.
- Union played in the SWIAC and TRC concurrently from 1974 to 2010.
- Union was closed as a public school in 2014, however, a charter school was formed the same year carrying the history of the school. The new Union played as a non-IHSAA independent until 2018, when it joined the Southern Roads Conference.
- 1998 Girls Basketball (A)
Clay City (0)
Eastern Greene (0)
Linton Stockton (2)
1910 Track and Field
2016 Football (1A)
North Central (0)
North Daviess (0)
- 2008 Baseball (A)
- 2014 Baseball (A)
Union (Dugger) (0)
White River Valley (0)
- "Southwest Indiana Conference Planned". Logansport Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, IN. 1938-12-12. Retrieved 2014-06-30.
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