NCAA Division II independent schools


NCAA Division II independent schools
Map of NCAA Division II Independents

NCAA Division II independent schools are four-year institutions that field intercollegiate teams in football and other sports, but which are not formally affiliated with any athletic conference.

Contents

Football independents (as of July 2011)

Full Division II member

Provisional Division II member

Exploratory Division II member

Basketball independents (as of July 2011)

Full Division II member

Provisional Division II member

Division II Independents with conference affiliations in the future

Institution Future Conference Year joining
Shorter University Gulf South Conference 2012
Southern Nazarene University Great American Conference 2012
Central State University Great Midwest Athletic Conference 2013
Southwest Baptist University Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association 2012
Urbana University Great Midwest Athletic Conference 2013
University of Sioux Falls Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference 2012
Black Hills State University Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 2012
Lindenwood University Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association 2012
Malone University Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 2012
McKendree University Great Lakes Valley Conference 2012
Minot State University Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference 2012
Walsh University Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 2012
Azusa Pacific University Pacific West Conference 2012
Notre Dame College Great Midwest Athletic Conference 2013
Roberts Wesleyan College East Coast Conference 2012
Cedarville University Great Midwest Athletic Conference 2013
Ursuline College Great Midwest Athletic Conference 2012
Union University Gulf South Conference 2012
McMurry University Heartland Conference 2012
Young Harris College Peach Belt Conference 2012
Fresno Pacific University Pacific West Conference 2012
Point Loma Nazarene University Pacific West Conference 2012
Trevecca Nazarene University Great Midwest Athletic Conference 2013

NOTE: All New Division II Independents with future conference homes, have citation on their future conference wiki page or here

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