Yankee Small College Conference

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Yankee Small College Conference
Yankee Small College Conference logo
DivisionDivision II
Members11 (10 in 2019)
Sports fielded
  • 12
    • men's: 6
    • women's: 6
HeadquartersSt. Johnsbury, Vermont
Yankee Small College Conference locations

Yankee Small College Conference is a Division II conference in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association. The conference consists of two-year and four-year schools from Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and one member in New York State.[1] The conference hosted its first championships in the 2008-09 season, and in 2011, the conference expanded to include Hampshire College and four new members from the disbanded Sunrise Athletic Conference (NAIA).[1]

Current members[edit]

Institution Location Founded Affiliation Enrollment Year
Team Nickname
Central Maine Community College Auburn, Maine 1963 Public Junior college 2,700 2008 Mustangs
College of St. Joseph Rutland, Vermont 1956 Private 418 2011 Fighting Saints
Great Bay Community College Portsmouth, New Hampshire 1945 Public Junior college 2,217 2008 Herons
Hampshire College Amherst, Massachusetts 1965 Private 1,400 2011 Black Sheep
NHTI, Concord's Community College Concord, New Hampshire 1961 Public Junior college 3,926 2008 Lynx
Paul Smith's College Paul Smiths, New York 1946 Private 1,000 2011 Bobcats
Southern Maine Community College South Portland, Maine 1946 Public Junior college 7,006 2008 Seawolves
Unity College Unity, Maine 1965 Private 547 2008 Rams
University of Maine at Augusta Augusta, Maine 1965 Public 6,000 2008 Moose
University of Maine at Machias Machias, Maine 1909 Public 1,200 2011 Clippers
Vermont Technical College Randolph, Vermont 1866 Public 1,453 2011 Green Knights
  • St. Joseph will close at the end of the spring 2019 semester.[2]

Conference sports[edit]

Conference sports
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Cross Country
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See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b Staff (June 6, 2011). "UM-Machias joins Yankee Small College Conference". Bangor Daily News. Retrieved July 2, 2011.
  2. ^ Jaschik, Scott (March 22, 2019). "Another Vermont College Will Close". Inside Higher Ed. Retrieved March 28, 2019.

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