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State University of New York Athletic Conference
State University of New York Athletic Conference
SUNYAC
State University of New York Athletic Conference logo
Established 1958
Association NCAA
Division Division III
Members 10 full, 1 affiliate
Sports fielded
  • 20
    • men's: 9
    • women's: 11
Region New York
Former names New York State Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
Headquarters Cortland, New York
Commissioner Tom Di Camillo (since 2014)
Website sunyacsports.com
Locations
State University of New York Athletic Conference locations

The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) is an NCAA Division III athletics conference consisting of schools in the State University of New York system. It was chartered in 1958 as the New York State Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

Member schools

Current members

Affiliate members

Institution Location Nickname Founded Type Enrollment Joined Primary
Conference
SUNYAC
Sport
Morrisville State College
(State University of New York at Morrisville)*
Morrisville, New York Mustangs 1908 Public 3,338 2009-10 NEAC field hockey
men's ice hockey

* - SUNY Morrisville was formerly a full member of the SUNYAC.

Former members

Institution Location Nickname Founded Type Enrollment Joined Left Current Conference
University at Albany
(State University of New York at Albany)
Albany, New York Great Danes 1844 Public 17,500 1958 1995 America East
(NCAA Division I)
Binghamton University
(State University of New York at Binghamton)
Vestal, New York Bearcats 1946 Public 14,713 1973 1997 America East
(NCAA Division I)
University at Buffalo
(State University of New York at Buffalo)
Buffalo, New York Bulls 1846 Public 28,601 1978 1988 MAC
(NCAA Division I)
Morrisville State College
(State University of New York at Morrisville)
Morrisville, New York Mustangs 1908 Public 3,338 2007 2009 NEAC
State University of New York Institute of Technology
(State University of New York at Utica/Rome)
Marcy, New York Wildcats 1966 Public 2,870 1991 2008 NEAC

Membership timeline

State University of New York at MorrisvilleState University of New York Institute of TechnologyUniversity at Buffalo, The State University of New YorkBinghamton UniversityState University of New York at FredoniaState University of New York at GeneseoState University of New York at PotsdamState University of New York at PlattsburghState University of New York at OswegoState University of New York at OneontaState University of New York at New PaltzState University of New York at CortlandBuffalo State CollegeState University of New York at BrockportUniversity at Albany, SUNY

Conference facilities

Institution Basketball Arena Capacity Football Stadium Capacity Ice Hockey Arena Capacity
Brockport Jim and John Vloganitis Gymnasium 2,000 Eunice Kennedy Shriver Stadium 10,000 Tuttle North Ice Arena 1,250
Buffalo State Buffalo State Sports Arena 3,500 Coyer Field 3,000 Buffalo State Ice Arena 1,800
Cortland Whitney T. Corey Gymnasium 3,500 SUNY Cortland Stadium Complex 6,500 Alumni Arena 2,500
Fredonia Steele Hall Fieldhouse 3,300 Non-Football School N/A Steele Hall Ice Arena 1,100
Geneseo Carl Schrader Gymnasium 1,000 Non-Football School N/A Ira S. Wilson Ice Arena 2,500
New Paltz Hawk Center 1,800 Non-Football School N/A Non-Ice Hockey School N/A
Oneonta Dewar Arena 4,000 Non-Football School N/A Non-Ice Hockey School N/A
Oswego Max Ziel Gymnasium 3,500 Non-Football School N/A Campus Center Ice Arena 2,500
Plattsburgh Memorial Hall 1,000 Non-Football School N/A Ronald B. Stafford Ice Arena 4,000
Potsdam Jerry Welsh Gymnasium 3,600 Non-Football School N/A Maxcy Ice Arena 2,500

Sports

Fall

  • Cross Country (M,W)
  • Field Hockey (W)
  • Soccer (M,W)
  • Tennis (W)
  • Volleyball (W)

Winter

  • Basketball (M,W)
  • Ice Hockey (M)
  • Indoor Track and Field (M,W)
  • Swimming and Diving (M,W)

Spring

  • Baseball (M)
  • Softball (W)
  • Lacrosse (M,W)
  • Outdoor Track and Field (M,W)

See also

References

External links


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