State University of New York Athletic Conference

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State University of New York Athletic Conference
(SUNYAC)
State University of New York Athletic Conference logo
Established1958
AssociationNCAA
DivisionDivision III
Members10 full, 1 affiliate
Sports fielded20 (men's: 9; women's: 11)
RegionNew York
Former namesNew York State Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
HeadquartersFredonia, New York
CommissionerAzure Davey (since 2012)
Websitesunyac.com
Locations
State University of New York Athletic Conference locations
 
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State University of New York Athletic Conference
(SUNYAC)
State University of New York Athletic Conference logo
Established1958
AssociationNCAA
DivisionDivision III
Members10 full, 1 affiliate
Sports fielded20 (men's: 9; women's: 11)
RegionNew York
Former namesNew York State Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
HeadquartersFredonia, New York
CommissionerAzure Davey (since 2012)
Websitesunyac.com
Locations
State University of New York Athletic Conference locations

The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) is an NCAA Division III athletics conference consisting of schools in the State University of New York system. It was chartered in 1958 as the New York State Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

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Member schools

Current members

InstitutionLocationNicknameFoundedTypeEnrollmentJoined
East Division
State University of New York at CortlandCortland, New YorkRed Dragons1868Public7,2341958
State University of New York at New PaltzNew Paltz, New YorkHawks1828Public8,2051958
State University of New York at OneontaOneonta, New YorkRed Dragons1889Public5,8931958
State University of New York at PlattsburghPlattsburgh, New YorkCardinals1889Public6,3581958
State University of New York at PotsdamPotsdam, New YorkBears1816Public4,3251958
West Division
State University of New York at BrockportBrockport, New YorkGolden Eagles1867Public8,2751958
Buffalo State CollegeBuffalo, New YorkBengals1871Public11,2241958
State University of New York at FredoniaFredonia, New YorkBlue Devils1826Public5,5731959
State University of New York at GeneseoGeneseo, New YorkKnights1871Public5,5851959
State University of New York at OswegoOswego, New YorkLakers1861Public8,9091958

Affiliate members

InstitutionLocationNicknameFoundedTypeEnrollmentJoinedPrimary ConferenceSUNYAC Sport
Morrisville State College
(|State University of New York at Morrisville)
Morrisville, New YorkMustangs1908Public3,3382006NEACfield hockey
men's ice hockey

Former members

InstitutionLocationNicknameFoundedTypeEnrollmentJoinedLeftCurrent Conference
University at Albany
(State University of New York at Albany)
Albany, New YorkGreat Danes1844Public17,50019581995America East
(NCAA Division I)
Binghamton University
(State University of New York at Binghamton)
Vestal, New YorkBearcats1946Public14,71319731995America East
(NCAA Division I)
University at Buffalo
(State University of New York at Buffalo)
Buffalo, New YorkBulls1846Public28,60119781986MAC
(NCAA Division I)
Morrisville State College
(|State University of New York at Morrisville)
Morrisville, New YorkMustangs1908Public3,33820072009NEAC
State University of New York Institute of Technology
(State University of New York at Utica/Rome)
Marcy, New YorkWildcats1966Public2,87019912008NEAC

Membership timeline

State University of New York at MorrisvilleState University of New York Institute of TechnologyUniversity at Buffalo, The State University of New YorkState University of New York at BinghamtonState University of New York at FredoniaState University of New York at GeneseoState University of New York at PotsdamState University of New York at PlattsburghState University of New York at OswegoState University of New York at OneontaState University of New York at New PaltzState University of New York at CortlandBuffalo State CollegeState University of New York at BrockportUniversity at Albany, SUNY

Conference facilities

InstitutionBasketball ArenaCapacityFootball StadiumCapacityIce Hockey ArenaCapacity
BrockportTuttle North Gymnasium2,000Special Olympics Stadium10,000Tuttle North Ice Arena2,000
Buffalo StateSports Arena3,500Coyer Field3,000Buffalo State Ice Arena1,800
CortlandWhitney T. Corey Gymnasium3,500SUNY Cortland Stadium Complex6,500Alumni Arena2,500
FredoniaSteele Hall3,300Non-Football SchoolN/ASteele Hall1,100
GeneseoSchrader Gymnasium1,000Non-Football SchoolN/AIra C. Wilson Ice Arena2,500
New PaltzHawk Center at Elting Gymnasium2,500Non-Football SchoolN/ANon-Ice Hockey SchoolN/A
OneontaDewar Arena at Alumni Field House4,000Non-Football SchoolN/ANon-Ice Hockey SchoolN/A
OswegoMax Ziel Gymnasium at Laker Hall3,500Non-Football SchoolN/ACampus Center Ice Arena2,500
PlattsburghMemorial Hall1,400Non-Football SchoolN/ARonald B. Stafford Ice Arena3,500
PotsdamMaxcy Hall4,000Non-Football SchoolN/AMaxcy Hall2,200

Sports

Fall

Winter

Spring

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