- Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
Winona State University, Gustavus Adolphus Collegeand Hamline Universityare gymnastics only members.
Member teams field men's and women's teams in cross country,
basketball, track and field, swimmingand diving. Men's teams are field for baseball, football, ice hockeyand wrestling. Women's teams are field for golf, gymnastics, soccer, softball, tennisand volleyball.
* [http://www.uwsa.edu/wiac/index.html WIAC Home Page]
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