Southwestern Athletic Conference


Southwestern Athletic Conference
Ausdehnung der Southwestern Athletic Conference

Die Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) ist eine aus zehn Universitäten bestehende Liga für diverse Sportarten, die in der NCAA Division I spielen. Im College Football spielen die Teams in der Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) (ehemals Division I-AA).

Die Liga wurde 1983 gegründet. Die Mitglieder befinden sich im Südosten der Vereinigten Staaten. Der Hauptsitz befindet sich in Birmingham im Bundesstaat Alabama.

Mitglieder

Lage der Vollmitglieder
Universität Ort gegründet Trägerschaft Studenten
Alabama A&M University Normal, Alabama 1875 staatlich 6.000
Alabama State University Montgomery, Alabama 1867 staatlich 7.100
Alcorn State University Lorman, Mississippi 1871 staatlich 2.700
University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Pine Bluff, Arkansas 1873 staatlich 3.300
Grambling State University Grambling, Louisiana 1901 staatlich 4.400
Jackson State University Jackson, Mississippi 1877 staatlich 8.500
Mississippi Valley State University Itta Bena, Mississippi 1950 staatlich 2.700
Prairie View A&M University Prairie View, Texas 1876 staatlich 8.100
Southern University Baton Rouge, Louisiana 1880 staatlich 10.300
Texas Southern University Houston, Texas 1947 staatlich 11.400

Spielstätten der Conference

Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium
Universität Footballstadion Kapazität Basketballstadion Kapazität
Alabama A&M Louis Crews Stadium 21.000 Elmore Gymnasium 6.000
Alabama State Cramton Bowl 21.800 ASU Acadome 8.000
Alcorn State Jack Spinks Stadium 22.500 Davey Whitney Complex 7.000
Arkansas Pine Bluff Lion Stadium 12.500 K.L. Johnson Complex 4.500
Grambling State Eddie Robinson Stadium 20.600 Frederick C. Hobdy Arena 7.500
Jackson State Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium 62.000 Williams Assembly Center 8.000
Mississippi Valley State Rice-Totten Field 10.000 Harrison HPER Complex 5.000
Prairie View A&M Blackshear Stadium 6.000 William Nicks Building 5.520
Southern Ace W. Mumford Stadium 29.000 F.G. Clark Center 7.500
Texas Southern Alexander Durley Sports Complex (hauptsächlich)
Reliant Stadium (vereinzelt)
5.600
68.000
Health and Physical Education Arena 8.100

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