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Southern States Athletic Conference
Southern States Athletic Conference
SSAC
Southern States Athletic Conference logo
Established 1999
Association NAIA
Division Division I
Members 12
Sports fielded
  • 15
    • men's: 7
    • women's: 8
Region Southeastern United States
Region XIII of the NAIA
Former names Georgia Alabama Carolina Conference (1999-2004)
Headquarters Atlanta, Georgia
Commissioner Kurt Patberg
Website ssacsports.com
Locations
Southern States Athletic Conference locations

The Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC) is a collegiate athletic league in the United States. The 14 member universities compete in 13 sports in the NAIA. Basketball teams compete in Division I of the NAIA.

History

The Southern States Athletic Conference was established as the Georgia Alabama Carolina Conference on March 16, 1999. On June 27, 2004, the conference changed its name to the Southern States Athletic Conference.[1]

Member schools

Current members

  1. Brenau -- women's sports only
  2. Coastal Georgia -- will join The Sun Conference in 2017[2]

Former members

Membership timeline

 Full member (non-football) 

Sports

The SSAC holds championships in the following 15 sports:

Conference sports
Sport Men's Women's
Baseball Green tickY
Basketball Green tickY Green tickY
Cross Country Green tickY Green tickY
Golf Green tickY Green tickY
Soccer Green tickY Green tickY
Softball Green tickY
Tennis Green tickY Green tickY
Track & Field Outdoor Green tickY Green tickY
Volleyball Green tickY

References

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