The United Soccer Conference was an NCAA Division I conference founded in 2005 whose members competed in the sport of women's soccer. On February 10, 2007 New Jersey Institute of Technology joined the conference, however later that year on July 1, 2007 Indiana Purdue-Fort Wayne, North Dakota State, and South Dakota State left the conference and joined The Summit League. On February 12, 2009 it was announced that the Great West Conference would add Delaware State, Howard, and South Carolina State as associate members to compete in a soccer conference with Houston Baptist, NJIT, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Utah Valley beginning with the 2009-2010 school year.  This left Longwood to compete as an independent for the 2009-10 school year, and caused the United Soccer Conference to fold.
Charter members of the conference were Delaware State, Howard, IPFW, Longwood, South Carolina State, and Utah Valley
^IPFW will split into two separate institutions on July 1, 2018. The school's athletic program, now known as the Fort Wayne Mastodons, will be inherited by Purdue University Fort Wayne, the larger of the two new institutions to be created.