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United States Collegiate Athletic Association
Abbreviation USCAA
Formation 2001
Legal status Association
Headquarters Newport News, VA
Region served United States of America
Membership 60 Member Institutions (24 States)
Commissioner Bill Casto
Main organ Governing Body
Budget Unknown
Website http://theuscaa.com

The United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) is a national organization in the USA for the intercollegiate athletic programs of member small colleges. It holds national championships in five men's and women's sports.

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Mission Statement

The United States Collegiate Athletic Association is a national organization that exists to provide quality athletic competition on a regional and national level for smaller institutions of higher learning and their student-athletes. The USCAA attempts to offer the opportunity for the student-athlete to develop the mind, body, and spirit through athletic competition as we strive to promote integrity, leadership, scholarship, and values of life. We believe in striving to place the pursuit of education as one of the main priorities of student-athletes.

Sports

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Fall

Winter

Spring

Conferences

Member schools

Champions

Men's Cross Country

  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005 Diné College
  • 2006 Diné College
  • 2007 Diné College
  • 2008 Diné College
  • 2009 Diné College

Women's Cross Country

  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005 Southern Virginia University
  • 2006 Southern Virginia University
  • 2007 Southern Virginia University
  • 2008 Diné College
  • 2009 Saint Mary-of-the-Woods

Men’s Soccer

  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005 Bluefield College
  • 2006 Rochester College
  • 2007 Robert Morris - Lake County
  • 2008 Briarcliffe College
  • 2009 Concordia College - Selma

Women’s Soccer

  • 2001 University of Dallas[1]
  • 2002 University of Dallas
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005 Southern Virginia University
  • 2006 Southern Virginia University
  • 2007 Robert Morris - Springfield
  • 2008 Southern Virginia University
  • 2009 Marygrove College

Women's Volleyball

  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005 Florida College
  • 2006 Florida College
  • 2007 Florida College
  • 2008 Spalding University
  • 2009 Florida College

Men's Division I Basketball

  • 2002 The Apprentice School
  • 2003 The Apprentice School
  • 2004 Rochester College
  • 2005 Rochester College
  • 2006 Rhema Bible
  • 2007 Rhema Bible
  • 2008 Oakwood University
  • 2009 Talladega College

Men's Division II Basketball

  • 2002 Central Maine CC
  • 2003 Johnson & Wales University
  • 2004 Arkansas Baptist
  • 2005 New Hampshire Technical Institute
  • 2006 Taylor University, Ft. Wayne
  • 2007 University of Cincinnati-Clermont
  • 2008 Williamson Trade
  • 2009 Williamson Trade

Women's Basketball

  • 2002 The Apprentice School
  • 2003 Mount Aloysius (Pa.)
  • 2004 Presentation College (S.D.)[2]
  • 2005 Southern Virginia University
  • 2006 Southern Virginia University
  • 2007 Concordia College - Selma
  • 2008 Concordia College - Selma
  • 2009 Spalding University

Baseball

  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005
  • 2006 Briarcliffe College
  • 2007 The Apprentice School
  • 2008 Columbia Union College (now Washington Adventist University)
  • 2009 Saint Catharine College

Men's Golf

Softball

  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005
  • 2006 Robert Morris-Springfield
  • 2007 Saint Mary-of-the-Woods
  • 2008 Saint Mary-of-the-Woods
  • 2009 Saint Catharine College

References

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