Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference

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Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
(SIAC)
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference logo
Established1913
AssociationNCAA
DivisionDivision II
Members13
Sports fielded13 (men's: 7; women's: 6)
RegionSoutheastern United States
HeadquartersAtlanta, Georgia
CommissionerGregory Moore (since 2008)
Websitethesiac.com
Locations
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference locations
 
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Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
(SIAC)
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference logo
Established1913
AssociationNCAA
DivisionDivision II
Members13
Sports fielded13 (men's: 7; women's: 6)
RegionSoutheastern United States
HeadquartersAtlanta, Georgia
CommissionerGregory Moore (since 2008)
Websitethesiac.com
Locations
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference locations

The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) is a College athletic conference consisting of historically black colleges and universities located in the southern United States. Formed in 1913, the SIAC is a member of the NCAA and competes in Division II athletics. Only two of the original participating schools have held continuous memberships: Clark College (now Clark Atlanta University) and Tuskegee University.

Contents

Conference sports

Conference sports
SportMen'sWomen's
Football
Green tickY
Volleyball
Green tickY
Cross Country
Green tickY
Green tickY
Basketball
Green tickY
Green tickY
Track & Field (Indoor)
Baseball
Green tickY
Softball
Green tickY
Tennis
Green tickY
Green tickY
Track & Field (Outdoor)
Green tickY
Green tickY
Golf
Green tickY

Member schools

Old SIAC logo

Current members

InstitutionLocationFoundedTypeEnrollmentNicknameJoined
East Division
Albany State UniversityAlbany, Georgia1903Public4,176Golden Rams1969
Benedict CollegeColumbia, South Carolina1870Private2,500Tigers1932
Claflin University*Orangeburg, South Carolina1869Private1,800Panthers2008
Clark Atlanta UniversityAtlanta, Georgia1865Private4,000Panthers1913
Fort Valley State UniversityFort Valley, Georgia1895Public4,250Wildcats1941
Morehouse CollegeAtlanta, Georgia1867Private3,000Maroon Tigers1913
Paine College*Augusta, Georgia1882Private900Lions1985
West Division
Kentucky State UniversityFrankfort, Kentucky1886Public2,341Thorobreds (men's)
Thorobrettes (women's)
1997
Lane CollegeJackson, Tennessee1882Private2,000Dragons1929
LeMoyne–Owen College*Memphis, Tennessee1862Private600Magicians1932
Miles CollegeFairfield, Alabama1905Private1,900Golden Bears1927
Stillman CollegeTuscaloosa, Alabama1874Private1,500Tigers1978
Tuskegee UniversityTuskegee, Alabama1881Private3,000Golden Tigers1913
Notes
* Denotes a non-football member
† Men's college, therefore not competing in women's sports

Former members

Institution [A]LocationNicknameJoinedLeftCurrent Conference
Alabama A&M UniversityNormal, AlabamaBulldogs (men's)
Lady Bulldogs (women's)
19471998SWAC
Alabama State UniversityMontgomery, AlabamaHornets19131976SWAC
Allen UniversityColumbia, South CarolinaYellow Jackets19471969NAIA D-I Independent
Atlanta UniversityAtlanta, Georgia?19131929merged with Clark College to form Clark-Atlanta
Bethune–Cookman CollegeDaytona Beach, FloridaWildcats19501979MEAC
Edward Waters CollegeJacksonville, FloridaTigers19301935GCAC
Fisk UniversityNashville, TennesseeBulldogs19131983GCAC
Florida A&M UniversityTallahassee, FloridaRattlers19201979MEAC
Jackson State UniversityJackson, MississippiTigers19131914SWAC
Knoxville CollegeKnoxville, Tennessee?19201990Independent
Morris Brown CollegeAtlanta, GeorgiaWolverines19132000dropped athletics after moving to NCAA I as an NCAA D-I Independent
Rust CollegeHolly Springs, MississippiBearcats19781988NCAA D-III Independent
Savannah State UniversitySavannah, GeorgiaTigers19692000MEAC
South Carolina State UniversityOrangeburg, South CarolinaBulldogs19351971MEAC
Talladega CollegeTalladega, AlabamaTornadoes19131941GCAC
Tennessee State UniversityNashville, TennesseeTigers19201930OVC
Xavier UniversityNew Orleans, LouisianaGold Rush (men's)
Gold Nuggets (women's)
19351960GCAC

Membership timeline

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Conference stadia

SchoolFootballBasketball
StadiumCapacityArenaCapacity
Albany StateAlbany Municipal Coliseum11,000HPER Gym Complex4,000
BenedictCharlie W. Johnson Stadium11,000Benjamin E. Mays Arena3,500
Claflinnon-football memberN/AEdward Tullis Arena3,000
Clark AtlantaPanther Stadium6,000L.S. Epps Gym1,800
Fort Valley StateWildcat Stadium10,000Health and Physical Education Complex5,100
Kentucky StateAlumni Field5,000William Exum HPER Center2,750
LaneRothrock Stadium3,500J.F. Lane Center2,500
LeMoyne-Owennon-football memberN/ABruce Hall1,000
MilesAlumni Stadium3,400Knox-Windham Gym2,000
MorehouseB. T. Harvey Stadium9,850Forbes Arena6,000
Painenon-football memberN/ARandall Carter Gymnasium1,200
StillmanStillman Stadium9,000Birthright Arena1,000
TuskegeeAbbott Memorial Alumni Stadium10,000James Center Arena5,000

Championships

By institution

SchoolFootball [1]M. Basketball
(season)
M. Basketball
(tournament)
W. Basketball
(season)
W. Basketball
(tournament)
BaseballSoftballM. TennisW. TennisM. Track (Indoor)W. Track (Indoor)M. Track (Outdoor)W. Track (Outdoor)W. VolleyballM. Golf
Alabama A&M12
Alabama State4
Albany State10
Allen
Atlanta
Benedict
Bethune-Cookman4
Clark Atlanta4
Edward Waters
Fisk4
Florida A&M29
Fort Valley State3
Kentucky State
Knoxville
Lane
LeMoyne-Owen
Miles
Morehouse7
Morris Brown4
Paine
Savannah State0
South Carolina State0
Stillman
Talladega1
Tennessee State0
Tuskegee28
Xavier1

Commissioner's All-Sports

YearSchool
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973Tuskegee (M)
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980Tuskegee (M)
1981Tuskegee (M)
1982Tuskegee (M)
1983Tuskegee (M)
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998Morehouse (M)
Albany State (W)
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004Albany State (M&W)
2005Albany State (M&W)
2006Albany State (W)
Morehouse (M)
2007Albany State (W)
2008[2]Albany State (W)
Morehouse (M)

Men's sports

YearFootball [1]Cross CountryBasketball
(Season)
Basketball
(Tournament)
Track & Field
(Indoor)
Baseball [3]TennisTrack & Field
(Outdoor)
Golf [B]
1965-66Alabama StateMorehouse
1966-67Alabama StateTuskegee
1967-68TuskegeeMorehouseBethune-CookmanSouth Carolina State
1968-69TuskegeeTuskegeeFort Valley StateTuskegeeTuskegee
1969-70TuskegeeFiskSavannah StateAlabama A&M
1970-71Fort Valley StateFiskAlabama StateSouth Carolina State
1971-72Fort Valley StateFiskAlabama StateAlabama StateAlbany State
1972-73Fort Valley StateTuskegeeAlbany StateTuskegeeAlbany State
1973-74FiskTuskegeeFiskBethune-CookmanAlbany State
1974-75Clark AtlantaTuskegeeAlabama A&MFiskAlbany State
1975-76FiskTuskegeeAlabama A&MBethune-CookmanAlbany State
1976-77Fort Valley StateAlbany StateFlorida A&MBethune-CookmanAlbany State
1977-78KnoxvilleAlbany StateFlorida A&MFlorida A&MAlbany State
1978-79Florida A&MTuskegeeTuskegee
1979-80Alabama A&MAlbany StateBethune-CookmanTuskegeeAlbany State
1980-81Morris BrownAlbany StateMorehouseTuskegeeAlbany State
1981-82Alabama A&M
Fort Valley State
Albany StateMorris BrownTuskegeeAlbany State
1982-83Fort Valley StateAlbany StateAlbany StateTuskegeeAlbany State
1983-84Fort Valley StateAlbany StateAlbany StateTuskegeeAlbany State
1984-85Albany StateAlbany StateAlbany StateTuskegeeAlbany State
1985-86Albany State
Fort Valley State
Albany StateAlabama A&MTuskegeeAlbany State
1986-87Albany StateAlbany StateAlabama A&MTuskegeeAlbany State
1987-88Alabama A&M
Tuskegee
Alabama A&MAlabama A&MBenedict
1988-89Alabama A&M
Albany State
Alabama A&MAlabama A&MTuskegee
1989-90Alabama A&MAlabama A&MMorehousePaine
1990-91Alabama A&MAlabama A&MMorehouseAlbany State
1991-92Alabama A&M
Clark Atlanta
Fort Valley State
Morehouse
Tuskegee
MorehouseAlbany StateSavannah State
1992-93Fort Valley StateAlabama A&MAlabama A&MAlabama A&M
1993-94Albany StateAlabama A&MPaineAlbany State
1994-95Albany StateAlabama A&MAlabama A&MSavannah State
1995-96Albany StateMorehouseAlabama A&MSavannah StateMorehouse
1996-97Albany StateMorehouseAlbany StateSavannah StateMorehouse
1997-98Albany StateMorehouseFort Valley StateFort Valley StateSavannah StateMorehouse
1998-99TuskegeeMorehousePaineSavannah StateMorehouse
1999-00Fort Valley State
Tuskegee
MorehouseLeMoyne-OwenPaineMorehouse
2000-01TuskegeeMorehouseKentucky StateAlbany StateMorehouse
2001-02Fort Valley State
Morehouse
Tuskegee
MorehousePaineAlbany StateMorehouseMorehouse
2002-03TuskegeeMorehouseMorehouseAlbany StateAlbany State
2003-04Albany StateMorehouseBenedictBenedictAlbany StateTuskegeeAlbany State
2004-05Albany StateMorehouseLanePaineAlbany StateAlbany State
2005-06Albany StateMorehouseBenedictStillmanAlbany StateMorehouseMorehouse
2006-07Albany State
Tuskegee
MorehouseBenedictAlbany StateStillmanMorehouseMorehouse
2007-08TuskegeeMorehouseBenedictBenedictStillmanTuskegeeMorehouse
2008-09TuskegeeBenedictClaflinLeMoyne-OwenStillmanMorehouseMorehouseMorehouse
2009-10TuskegeeMorehouseClark AtlantaTuskegeeAlbany StateMorehouseMorehouseMorehouse
2010-11Albany StateMorehouseBenedictClark AtlantaStillmanMorehouseMorehouseMorehouse
2011-12MilesMorehouseTuskegeeBenedictStillmanFort Valley StateMorehousePaine
2012-13

Women's sports

YearVolleyballCross CountryBasketball
(Season)
Basketball
(Tournament)
Track & Field
(Indoor)
SoftballTennisTrack & Field
(Outdoor)
1965-66No Tournament
1966-67No Tournament
1967-68No Tournament
1968-69No Tournament
1969-70No Tournament
1970-71No Tournament
1971-72No Tournament
1972-73No TournamentTuskegee
1973-74No Tournament
1974-75No Tournament
1975-76No Tournament
1976-77No TournamentTuskegee
1977-78No TournamentTuskegeeTuskegee
1978-79TuskegeeTuskegeeTuskegee
1979-80Albany State
1980-81Albany State
1981-82Clark AtlantaTuskegee
1982-83TuskegeeTuskegee
1983-84Alabama A&MAlabama A&MTuskegee
1984-85Clark AtlantaTuskegee
1985-86Clark AtlantaTuskegee
1986-87Albany State
1987-88Fort Valley State
1988-89Albany State
1989-90Albany State
1990-91Alabama A&M
1991-92Fort Valley State
1992-93Fort Valley State
1993-94LeMoyne-Owen
1994-95Fort Valley State
1995-96Albany State
1996-97Kentucky State
1997-98Albany StateAlbany State
1998-99Clark AtlantaAlbany State
1999-00Fort Valley StateAlbany State
2000-01Fort Valley StateTuskegee
2001-02Albany StateFort Valley State
2002-03Albany StateFort Valley StateClark AtlantaAlbany State
2003-04Albany StateBenedictClark AtlantaAlbany State
2004-05Albany StatePaineTuskegeeAlbany State
2005-06Albany StatePaineAlbany State
2006-07Albany StateBenedictAlbany StateClark AtlantaAlbany State
2007-08Albany StateTuskegeeTuskegeeAlbany StateAlbany State
2008-09Albany StateFort Valley StateFort Valley StateMilesTuskegee
2009-10Albany StateClark AtlantaFort Valley StateBenedictAlbany StateAlbany StateFort Valley State
2010-11Kentucky StateAlbany StateFort Valley StateFort Valley StateFort Valley StateClark AtlantaAlbany State
2011-12Kentucky StateClark AtlantaFort Valley StateFort Valley StateMilesTuskegeeAlbany State
2012-13

See also

Notes

A.^ The U.S. Army's 24th Infantry Division teams competed as members of the SIAC from 1930 until 1935.
B.^ Golf returned as a conference sport in 2008. The first SIAC Intercollegiate Golf Championship was held at Tuskegee in 1938. The SIAC stopped Golf as a sport due to World War II but restarted in 1947 as an official conference sport until 1980 when golf was discontinued.[4]

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