List of NCAA Division I conference changes (1928–2000)

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NCAA Division I conference realignment refers to changes in the alignment of college or university athletic programs from one National Collegiate Athletic Association athletic conference to another.

1999–2000[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Air Force Falcons[1] Full membership WAC Mountain West
Air Force Falcons Men's ice hockey Independent CHA
Alabama–Huntsville Chargers Men's ice hockey Independent CHA
Army Cadets Men's ice hockey Independent CHA
Arkansas State Indians Football Division I-A Independent Big West
Bemidji State Beavers Men's ice hockey NCHA (Division II) CHA
Buffalo Bulls Full membership Mid-Continent
Division I-AA Independent
MAC
Brigham Young Cougars Full membership WAC Mountain West
Colorado State Rams Full membership WAC Mountain West
Findlay Oilers Men's ice hockey MCHA (Division II) CHA
New Mexico Lobos Full membership WAC Mountain West
New Mexico Lobos Men's gymnastics, men's swimming & diving, wrestling WAC Dropped all three sports[2]
Niagara Purple Eagles Men's ice hockey Independent CHA
San Diego State Aztecs Full membership WAC Mountain West
UAB Blazers Football Division I-A Independent Conference USA
UNLV Rebels Full membership WAC Mountain West
Utah Utes Full membership WAC Mountain West
Wayne State Warriors Men's ice hockey (non-hockey) CHA
Wyoming Cowboys and Cowgirls Full membership WAC Mountain West

1998–1999[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Army Cadets[3] Football Division I-A Independent Conference USA
Boston University Terriers Football Atlantic 10 Dropped football
College of Charleston Cougars All (non-football) Big South SoCon
Evansville Purple Aces Football Pioneer Dropped football
FIU Golden Panthers All except football TAAC Sun Belt
Lamar University Cardinals All (non-football) Sun Belt Southland
Northeastern Illinois Golden Eagles All Mid-Continent Dropped athletics
St. John's Red Storm Football MAAC Division I-AA Independent
UMBC Retrievers All (non-football) Big South NEC
Virginia Tech Hokies Wrestling (non-wrestling) EWL
Western Kentucky Hilltoppers Football Division I-AA Independent Ohio Valley[4]

1997–1998[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Austin Peay Governors Football Ohio Valley Division I-AA independent
Boston University Terriers Football Yankee Atlantic 10
Connecticut Huskies Football Yankee Atlantic 10
Delaware Fighting Blue Hens Football Yankee Atlantic 10
James Madison Dukes Football Yankee Atlantic 10
Maine Black Bears Football Yankee Atlantic 10
Massachusetts Minutemen Football Yankee Atlantic 10
Marshall Thundering Herd All Southern MAC
New Hampshire Wildcats Football Yankee Atlantic 10
Northeastern Huskies Football Yankee Atlantic 10
Northern Illinois Huskies All Midwestern Collegiate MAC
Northern Michigan Wildcats Men's ice hockey WCHA CCHA
Pittsburgh Panthers Softball[5] No team Big East
Rhode Island Rams Football Yankee Atlantic 10
Richmond Spiders Football Yankee Atlantic 10
Rider Broncs All (non-football) NEC MAAC
South Florida Bulls Football No team Division I-AA independent
Troy State Trojans All except football Mid-Continent TAAC
Villanova Wildcats Football Yankee Atlantic 10
William & Mary Tribe Football Yankee Atlantic 10
Youngstown State Penguins Football Division I-AA independent Gateway

1996–1997[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Air Force Falcons Women's sports Colorado Athletic Conference (D-II)[6] WAC
Arkansas State Indians Football Big West Division I-A Independent
Baylor Bears All Southwest Big 12
Boise State Broncos All Big Sky Big West
Cal Poly SLO Mustangs All except football American West Big West
Cal State Northridge Matadors All American West Big Sky
Colorado Buffaloes All except skiing Big Eight Big 12
Eastern Illinois Panthers All except football
Football
Mid-Continent
Gateway
OVC
Fairfield Stags Football Independent? MAAC
Hawaiʻi Rainbow Wahine Women's sports Big West WAC
Houston Cougars All Southwest Conference USA
Idaho Vandals All Big Sky Big West
Iowa State Cyclones All Big Eight Big 12
Kansas Jayhawks All Big Eight Big 12
Kansas State Wildcats All Big Eight Big 12
Kentucky Wildcats Softball Club team SEC
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Football Big West Division I-A Independent
Mankato State Mavericks Men's ice hockey Division II Independent Independent
Missouri Tigers All Big Eight Big 12
Nebraska Cornhuskers All Big Eight Big 12
Niagara Purple Eagles Men's ice hockey Club team Independent
Northern Illinois Huskies Football Big West Division I-A Independent
North Texas Mean Green All Division I-A Independent Big West
Oklahoma Sooners All Big Eight Big 12
Oklahoma State Cowboys All Big Eight Big 12
Pacific Tigers Football Big West Dropped football
Portland State Vikings All Division II Independent Big Sky
Rice Owls[7] All Southwest WAC
Sacramento State Hornets All American West Big Sky
San Jose State Spartans All Big West WAC
SMU Mustangs All Southwest WAC
Southwestern Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Football Big West Division I-A Independent
TCU Horned Frogs All Southwest WAC
Texas Longhorns All Southwest Big 12
Texas A&M Aggies All Southwest Big 12
Texas Tech Red Raiders All Southwest Big 12
Tulsa Golden Hurricane All
Football
MVC
Division I-A Independent
WAC
UCF Golden Knights Football Division I-AA Independent Division I-A Independent
UIC Flames Men's ice hockey CCHA Dropped hockey
UNLV Rebels All Big West WAC

1995–1996[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Cincinnati Bearcats All Metro Conference
Division I-A Independent
Conference USA
DePaul Blue Demons All (non-football) Great Midwest Conference USA
Dayton Flyers All except football Great Midwest Atlantic 10
Fordham Rams All except football Patriot Atlantic 10
Kentucky Wildcats Men's soccer Division I independent MAC
La Salle Explorers All except football Midwestern Collegiate Atlantic 10
Louisville Cardinals All except field hockey Metro Conference
Division I-A Independent
Conference USA
Marquette Golden Eagles All (non-football) Great Midwest Conference USA
Memphis Tigers All Great Midwest
Division I-A Independent
Conference USA
North Texas Mean Green All Southland Division I-A Independent
Rutgers Scarlet Knights[8] All except football Atlantic 10 Big East
Saint Louis Billikens All (non-football) Great Midwest Conference USA
South Carolina Gamecocks Men's soccer Metro Conference Division I independent
South Florida Bulls All (non-football) Metro Conference Conference USA
Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles All Metro Conference
Division I-A Independent
Conference USA
Towson State Tigers All except football Big South North Atlantic
Tulane Green Wave All Metro Conference
Division I-A Independent
Conference USA
UAB Blazers All Great Midwest
Division I-AA Independent
Conference USA
Division I-A Independent
UNC Charlotte 49ers All (non-football) Metro Conference Conference USA
Virginia Commonwealth Rams All (non-football) Metro Conference CAA
Virginia Tech Hokies All except football & wrestling Metro Conference Atlantic 10
West Virginia Mountaineers[8] All except football Atlantic 10 Big East
Xavier Musketeers All (non-football) Midwestern Collegiate Atlantic 10

1994–1995[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Buffalo Bulls All except football East Coast Mid-Continent
Chicago State Cougars All (non-football) East Coast Mid-Continent
Central Connecticut State Blue Devils All East Coast (non-football)
? (football)
Mid-Continent
Cleveland State Vikings[9] All except wrestling Mid-Continent Midwestern Collegiate
Evansville Purple Aces All except football Midwestern Collegiate MVC
Hofstra Flying Dutchmen All except football East Coast America East
Kent State Golden Flashes Men's ice hockey CCHA Dropped hockey
Louisville Cardinals Field hockey[10] Division I independent MAC
Northeast Louisiana Indians Football Southland Division I-A Independent
Northeastern Illinois Golden Eagles All East Coast Mid-Continent
Northern Illinois Huskies All except football Mid-Continent Midwestern Collegiate
Troy State Trojans All except football East Coast Mid-Continent
UC Davis Aggies All American West CCAA (D-II)
UIC Flames All Mid-Continent Midwestern Collegiate
UMass Minutemen Men's ice hockey Division I independent Hockey East
UMKC Kangaroos All Independent Mid-Continent
Wisconsin-Green Bay Phoenix All Mid-Continent Midwestern Collegiate
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers All Mid-Continent Midwestern Collegiate
Wright State Raiders All Mid-Continent Midwestern Collegiate

1993–1994[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Arkansas State Indians Football Division I-A Independent Big West
Buffalo Bulls Football Division III Independent Division I-AA Independent
Butler Bulldogs Football MIFC (D-II) Pioneer
Cal State Fullerton Titans Football Division I-A Independent Dropped football
Dayton Flyers All others
Football
Midwestern Collegiate
Division I-AA Independent
Great Midwest
Pioneer
Drake Bulldogs Football Division III Independent Pioneer
Evansville Purple Aces Football ?? Pioneer
Iona Gaels Football LFC (D-III) MAAC
Northeastern Illinois Golden Eagles All ?? East Coast
Northern Illinois Huskies Football Division I-A Independent Big West
Penn State Nittany Lions All Division I-A Independent
EWL
Big Ten
St. John's Redmen Football LFC (D-III) MAAC
Saint Mary's Gaels Football Division II Independent Division I-AA Independent
South Carolina Gamecocks Men's soccer Division I independent Metro Conference
San Diego Toreros Football Division III Independent Pioneer
UAB Blazers Football Division III Independent Division I-AA Independent
UMass Minutemen Men's ice hockey ACHA (club hockey) Division I independent
Valparaiso Crusaders Football MIFC (D-II) Pioneer

1992–1993[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Akron Zips All Mid-Continent (men's sports)
Division I-A Independent
North Star (women's sports)
MAC
Bradley Braves Women's sports Gateway MVC
Cal State Fullerton Titans Football Big West Division I-A Independent
Cleveland State Vikings Women's sports North Star Mid-Continent
Creighton Bluejays Women's sports Gateway MVC
Drake Bulldogs Women's sports Gateway MVC
Eastern Illinois Panthers Women's sports Gateway Mid-Continent
Florida State Seminoles Football Division I-A Independent ACC
Fresno State Bulldogs All Big West WAC
Illinois State Redbirds Women's sports Gateway MVC
Indiana State Sycamores Women's sports Gateway MVC
La Salle Explorers All except football MAAC Midwestern Collegiate
Long Beach State 49ers Football Division I-A Independent Dropped football
Nevada Wolf Pack All Big Sky Big West
Northern Illinois Huskies Women's sports North Star Mid-Continent
Northern Iowa Panthers Women's sports Gateway MVC
Notre Dame Fighting Irish Men's ice hockey Independent CCHA
Rider Broncs All (non-football) East Coast NEC
Southern Illinois Salukis Women's sports Gateway MVC
Southwest Missouri State Lady Bears Women's sports Gateway MVC
Towson State Tigers All except football East Coast Big South
Tulsa Golden Hurricane Women's sports Gateway MVC
UCF Knights of the Pegasus All except football Sun Belt TAAC
UIC Flames Women's sports North Star Mid-Continent
UMBC Retrievers All (non-football) East Coast Big South
Valparaiso Crusaders Women's sports North Star Mid-Continent
Western Illinois Westerwinds Women's sports Gateway Mid-Continent
Wichita State Shockers Women's sports Gateway MVC
Wisconsin–Green Bay Phoenix Women's sports North Star Mid-Continent
Wright State Raiders Women's sports North Star Mid-Continent

1991–1992[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Arkansas Razorbacks All SWC SEC
Arkansas State Indians All except football American South Sun Belt
Boston College Eagles Football Division I-A Independent Big East
Cincinnati Bearcats All except football Metro Conference Great Midwest
Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens All except football East Coast North Atlantic
DePaul Blue Demons All (non-football) Division I independent (men's sports)
North Star (women's sports)
Great Midwest
Drexel Dragons All (non-football) East Coast North Atlantic
Florida State Seminoles All except football Metro Conference ACC
Long Beach State 49ers Football Big West Division I-A Independent
Lamar Cardinals All (non-football) American South Sun Belt
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs and Lady Techsters All except football American South Sun Belt
Marquette Warriors All (non-football) Midwestern Collegiate Great Midwest
Memphis State Tigers All except football Metro Conference Great Midwest
Miami Hurricanes All Division I-A Independent Big East
Navy Midshipmen All except football CAA Patriot League
New Mexico Lobos Women's basketball No team WAC
New Orleans Privateers All (non-football) American South Sun Belt
Northern Iowa Panthers All men's sports except football Mid-Continent MVC
Northern Iowa Panthers Women's sports Mid-Continent Gateway
Notre Dame Fighting Irish Men's ice hockey Independent CCHA
Pittsburgh Panthers Football Division I-A Independent Big East
Rutgers Scarlet Knights Football Division I-A Independent Big East
Saint Louis Billikens All (non-football) Midwestern Collegiate Great Midwest
South Carolina Gamecocks All Metro Conference
Division I-A Independent
SEC
South Florida Bulls All (non-football) Sun Belt Metro Conference
Southwestern Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns All except football American South Sun Belt
Syracuse Orangemen Football Division I-A Independent Big East
Temple Owls Football Division I-A Independent Big East
Texas–Pan American Broncs All (non-football) American South Sun Belt
UAB Blazers All except football Sun Belt Great Midwest
UCF Knights of the Pegasus All except football American South Sun Belt
UNC Charlotte 49ers All (non-football) Sun Belt Metro Conference
Virginia Commonwealth Rams All (non-football) Sun Belt Metro Conference
Virginia Tech Hokies Football Division I-A Independent Big East
West Virginia Mountaineers Football Division I-A Independent Big East
Wisconsin Badgers[11] Baseball Big Ten Dropped baseball

1990–1991[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Akron Zips All men's sports except football Division I independent Mid-Continent
Army Cadets All except football and ice hockey MAAC Patriot League
Bucknell Bison All sports East Coast Patriot League
Southwest Missouri State Bears All men's sports except football Mid-Continent MVC
Northern Illinois Huskies All men's sports except football Division I independent Mid-Continent
UCF Knights of the Pegasus Football Division II Independent Division I-AA Independent
Utah State Aggies Women's sports[12] High Country Big West

1989–1990[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Edinboro Fighting Scots Wrestling ??? EWL
Loyola (MD) Greyhounds All (non-football) NEC MAAC
Merrimack Warriors Men's ice hockey Independent Hockey East
Siena Saints All (non-football) North Atlantic MAAC
Tulane Green Wave Men's basketball No team Metro

1988–1989[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Akron Zips Women's sports Independent North Star
Boise State Broncos Women's sports Mountain West Athletic Conference Big Sky
Dayton Flyers All except football Independent (men's sports)
North Star (women's sports)
Midwestern Collegiate
Eastern Washington Eagles Women's sports Mountain West Athletic Conference Big Sky
Idaho Vandals Women's sports Mountain West Athletic Conference Big Sky
Idaho State Bengals Women's sports Mountain West Athletic Conference Big Sky
Montana Lady Griz Women's sports Mountain West Athletic Conference Big Sky
Montana State Bobcats Women's sports Mountain West Athletic Conference Big Sky
Nevada Wolf Pack Women's sports[13] Mountain West Athletic Conference Big Sky
Northern Arizona Lumberjacks Women's sports Mountain West Athletic Conference Big Sky
Notre Dame Fighting Irish Women's sports North Star Midwestern Collegiate
Villanova Wildcats Football Division I-AA independent Yankee
Weber State Wildcats Women's sports Mountain West Athletic Conference Big Sky

1987–1988[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Akron Zips All sports Ohio Valley Division I-A independent
Division I independent (sports other than football)
Drake Bulldogs Football Dropped (exhibition only) Division III Independent
Eastern Washington Eagles Football Division I-AA Independent Big Sky
Gonzaga Bulldogs Women's sports[14] Division I independent WCAC
Nevada Wolf Pack Women's sports[13] WCAC Mountain West Athletic Conference
New Mexico Lobos Women's basketball High Country Dropped women's basketball
Northern Illinois Huskies All sports MAC (men's sports)
? (women's sports)
Division I independent (men's sports)
North Star (women's sports)
Northwestern State Demons All sports Gulf Star Southland
Notre Dame Fighting Irish Men's sports except football Division I independent Midwestern Collegiate
Sam Houston State Bearkats All sports Gulf Star Southland
Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks All sports Gulf Star Southland
Southwest Texas State Bobcats[15] All sports Gulf Star Southland
Utah State Aggies Women's basketball[16] High Country Dropped women's basketball
Villanova Wildcats Football Division III independent Division I-AA independent
Wichita State Shockers Football Division I-A Independent Dropped football

1986–1987[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Arizona Wildcats Women's sports PacWest Pac-10
Arizona State Sun Devils Women's sports PacWest Pac-10
California Golden Bears Women's sports Northern Pacific Pac-10
Central Connecticut State Blue Devils All except football Division II Independent Division I Independent
Detroit Titans Women's sports North Star Midwestern Collegiate
Drake Bulldogs Football MVC Dropped football (exhibition only)
Evansville Lady Aces Women's sports North Star Midwestern Collegiate
Gonzaga Bulldogs Women's sports[14] ?? (NAIA) Division I independent
Illinois State Redbirds Football MVC Gateway (already a member for one year)
Indiana State Sycamores[17] Football Division I-AA Independent Gateway
Loyola (IL) Ramblers Women's sports North Star Midwestern Collegiate
Northern Illinois Huskies Football? MAC Division I-A Independent
Notre Dame Fighting Irish Men's sports except football Midwestern Collegiate Division I independent
Oregon Ducks Women's sports Northern Pacific Pac-10
Oregon State Beavers Women's sports Northern Pacific Pac-10
Southern Illinois Salukis Football MVC Gateway (already a member for one year)
Stanford Cardinal Women's sports PacWest Pac-10
Tulsa Golden Hurricane Football MVC Division I-A Independent
UCLA Bruins Women's sports PacWest Pac-10
USC Trojans Women's sports PacWest Pac-10
Washington Huskies Women's sports Northern Pacific Pac-10
Washington State Cougars Women's sports Northern Pacific Pac-10
West Texas State Buffaloes All MVC Lone Star (D-II)
Wichita State Shockers Football MVC Division I-A Independent
Xavier Musketeers Women's sports North Star Midwestern Collegiate

1985–1986[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Cal State Fullerton Titans Women's sports WCAA PCAA
Coppin State Eagles All MEAC
Eastern Illinois Panthers Football Mid-Continent Gateway
Illinois State Redbirds Football MVC (Held dual membership for one year) Gateway
Hartford Hawks All ECAC North Atlantic
Long Beach State 49ers Women's sports WCAA PCAA
LSU Tigers Wrestling SEC Dropped wrestling
Miami (FL) Hurricanes Men's basketball No team Independent
Nevada Wolf Pack Women's sports[13] ??? WCAC
Northern Iowa Panthers Football Mid-Continent Gateway
Southwest Missouri State Bears Football Mid-Continent Gateway
Oklahoma City Chiefs All Midwestern Collegiate Sooner Athletic Conference (NAIA)
San Diego State Aztecs Women's sports WCAA PCAA
San Francisco Dons Men's basketball No team WCAC
San Francisco Dons Women's sports Northern Pacific WCAC
Santa Clara Broncos Women's sports Northern Pacific WCAC
Southern Illinois Salukis Football MVC (Held dual membership for one year) Gateway
Tulane Green Wave Men's basketball Metro Dropped men's basketball
Western Illinois Leathernecks Football Mid-Continent Gateway

1983–1984[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Football Independent ACC

1982–1983[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Cleveland State Vikings All Independent Association of Mid-Continent Universities
Pittsburgh Panthers All sports except football Eastern 8 Big East
San Francisco Dons Men's basketball WCAC Dropped men's basketball
West Virginia Mountaineers Men's golf Atlantic 10 Dropped men's golf[18]

1981–1982[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Auburn Tigers Wrestling SEC Dropped wrestling
Oregon Ducks Baseball Pac-10 Dropped baseball

1980–1981[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Air Force Falcons All men's sports Independent WAC
Seattle Chieftains All WCAC NAIA
Villanova Wildcats All sports except football Eastern 8 Big East

1979–1980[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Boston College Eagles All sports except football Independent Big East
Connecticut Huskies All sports except football Independent Big East
Georgetown Hoyas All sports except football Independent Big East
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets All sports except football Metro ACC
Gonzaga Bulldogs All men's sports Big Sky WCAC
Hawaii Rainbows All men's sports Independent WAC
Nevada Wolf Pack All men's sports except football WCAC Big Sky
Penn State Nittany Lions All sports except football Eastern 8 Independent
Providence Friars All sports (non-football) Independent Big East
St. Bonaventure Bonnies All sports (non-football) Independent Eastern 8
St. John's Redmen All sports except football Independent Big East
Seton Hall Pirates All sports except football Independent Big East
Syracuse Orangemen and Orangewomen All sports except football Independent Big East

1978–1979[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Arizona Wildcats All men's sports WAC Pac-10
Arizona State Sun Devils All men's sports WAC Pac-10
San Diego State Aztecs All men's sports except baseball PCAA WAC
San Diego State Aztecs Baseball SCBA WAC

1976–1977[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Houston Cougars Football Independent SWC

1975–1976[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Cincinnati Bearcats All sports except football Independent Metro
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets All sports except football Independent Metro
Houston Cougars Men's basketball Independent SWC
Louisville Cardinals All sports except football MVC Metro
Memphis State Tigers All sports except football Independent Metro
Saint Louis Billikens All sports (non-football) Independent Metro
Tulane Green Wave All sports except football Independent Metro

1974–1975[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Cal State Los Angeles Golden Eagles All sports except baseball PCAA CCAA (D-II)
Saint Louis Billikens All sports (non-football) MVC Independent

1972–1973[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Houston Cougars Men's sports except football and basketball Independent SWC
Syracuse Orangemen Baseball Independent Dropped baseball

1971–1972[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Drake Bulldogs[19] Football Independent MVC
Miami (FL) Hurricanes Men's basketball Independent Dropped men's basketball
Pacific Tigers[20] All except football WCAC PCAA
Seattle Chieftains All Independent WCAC

1969–1970[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Cal State Los Angeles Golden Eagles All sports CCAA PCAA
Fresno State Bulldogs All sports CCAA PCAA
Long Beach State 49ers All sports CCAA PCAA
Pacific Tigers[21] Football Independent PCAA
San Diego State Aztecs All sports CCAA PCAA
San Jose State Spartans All sports WCAC PCAA
UC Santa Barbara Gauchos All sports WCAC PCAA

1968–1969[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Colorado State Rams Football Independent WAC
UTEP Miners Football Independent WAC

1967–1968[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Colorado State Rams All except football Independent WAC
UTEP Miners All except football Independent WAC

1966–1967[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
South Carolina Gamecocks[22] All ACC Independent
Tulane Green Wave[23] All SEC Independent

1964–1965[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets[24] All SEC Independent
Oregon Ducks All Independent AAWU
Oregon State Beavers All Independent AAWU

1963–1964[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Gonzaga Bulldogs All (non-football) Independent Big Sky
Hardin–Simmons Cowboys All Independent (University Division) Independent (College Division)
Idaho Vandals All Independent Big Sky
Idaho State Bengals All Independent Big Sky
Montana Grizzlies All Independent Big Sky
Montana State Bobcats All Independent Big Sky
Weber State Wildcats All Independent Big Sky

1962–1963[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Arizona Wildcats All Border WAC
Arizona State–Tempe Sun Devils All Border WAC
BYU Cougars All Skyline Eight WAC
Colorado State Rams All Skyline Eight Independent
Hardin–Simmons Cowboys All Border Independent
Denver Pioneers All except ice hockey (non-football) Skyline Eight Independent
Montana Grizzlies All Skyline Eight Independent
New Mexico Lobos All Skyline Eight WAC
New Mexico State Aggies All Border Independent
Utah Utes All Skyline Eight WAC
Utah State Aggies All Skyline Eight Independent
Washington State Cougars All Independent AAWU
West Texas State Buffaloes All Border Independent
Wyoming Cowboys All Skyline Eight WAC

1959–1960[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
California Golden Bears All PCC AAWU
Idaho Vandals All PCC Independent
Oregon Ducks All PCC Independent
Oregon State Beavers All PCC Independent
Stanford Indians All PCC AAWU
UCLA Bruins All PCC AAWU
USC Trojans All PCC AAWU
Washington Huskies All PCC AAWU
Washington State Cougars All PCC Independent

1953–1954[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Clemson Tigers All SoCon ACC
Duke Blue Devils All SoCon ACC
Maryland Terrapins All SoCon ACC
North Carolina Tar Heels All SoCon ACC
North Carolina State Wolfpack All SoCon ACC
South Carolina Gamecocks All SoCon ACC
Wake Forest Demon Deacons All SoCon ACC
Virginia Cavaliers All Independent ACC

1948–1949[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Colorado Buffaloes All sports Skyline Conference MVIAA

1945–1946[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Chicago Maroons All Big Ten Dropped athletics

1938–1939[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
BYU Cougars All sports Rocky Mountain Faculty Athletic Conference Skyline Conference
Colorado Buffaloes All sports Rocky Mountain Faculty Athletic Conference Skyline Conference
Colorado State Rams All sports Rocky Mountain Faculty Athletic Conference Skyline Conference
Denver Pioneers All sports Rocky Mountain Faculty Athletic Conference Skyline Conference
Utah Utes All sports Rocky Mountain Faculty Athletic Conference Skyline Conference
Utah State Aggies All sports Rocky Mountain Faculty Athletic Conference Skyline Conference
Wyoming Cowboys All sports Rocky Mountain Faculty Athletic Conference Skyline Conference

1932–1933[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Alabama Crimson Tide All SoCon SEC
Auburn Tigers All SoCon SEC
Florida Gators All SoCon SEC
Georgia Bulldogs All SoCon SEC
Kentucky Wildcats All SoCon SEC
LSU Fighting Tigers All SoCon SEC
Mississippi Rebels All SoCon SEC
Mississippi State Bulldogs All SoCon SEC
Tennessee Volunteers All SoCon SEC
Vanderbilt Commodores All SoCon SEC
Sewanee Tigers All SoCon SEC
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets All SoCon SEC
Tulane Green Wave All SoCon SEC

1928–1929[edit]

School Sport(s) Former Conference New Conference
Iowa State Cyclones All Missouri Valley MVIAA
Kansas Jayhawks All Missouri Valley MVIAA
Kansas State Wildcats All Missouri Valley MVIAA
Missouri Tigers All Missouri Valley MVIAA
Nebraska Cornhuskers All Missouri Valley MVIAA
Oklahoma Sooners All Missouri Valley MVIAA

See also[edit]

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