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The Atlantic Sun Conference (A-Sun) is a college athletic conference which operates primarily on the east coast of the United States. It participates in the NCAA's Division I; the conference does not sponsor football. The conference was established in 1978 as the Trans America Athletic Conference (TAAC)[69298].

Current members

Locations of current Atlantic Sun Conference full member institutions.
Institution Location Founded Affiliation Enrollment Joined
Belmont Universitymarker Nashvillemarker, Tennesseemarker 1890 Private 5,800 2001
Campbell Universitymarker Buies Creekmarker, North Carolinamarker 1887 Baptist 10,471 1994
East Tennessee State Universitymarker Johnson Citymarker, Tennesseemarker 1911 Public 13,389 2005
Florida Gulf Coast Universitymarker Fort Myersmarker, Floridamarker 1991 Public 10,561 2007
Jacksonville Universitymarker Jacksonvillemarker, Floridamarker 1934 Private 3,100 1997
Kennesaw State Universitymarker Kennesawmarker, Georgiamarker 1963 Public 20,603 2005
Lipscomb Universitymarker Nashvillemarker, Tennesseemarker 1891 Church of Christ 3,054 2003
Mercer Universitymarker Maconmarker, Georgiamarker 1833 Baptist 7,300 1978
University of North Floridamarker Jacksonvillemarker, Floridamarker 1969 Public 13,547 2005
University of South Carolina Upstatemarker Spartanburgmarker, South Carolinamarker 1967 Public 4,507 2007
Stetson Universitymarker DeLandmarker, Floridamarker 1883 Private 2,273 1986


Teams


Campbell will be leaving the A-Sun for the Big South in 2011. [69299]

Former Members

Institution Joined Left New Conference Classification
Oklahoma City University 1978-79 1979-80 Sooner Conference NAIA Division I
University of Texas Pan Americanmarker 1978-79 1980-81 Great West NCAA Division I FCS
University of Louisiana at Monroemarker 1978-79 1982-83 Sun Belt NCAA Division I FBS
Houston Baptist University 1978-79 1989-90 Great West NCAA Division I FCS
Hardin-Simmons University 1978-79 1990-90 American Southwest NCAA Division III
Centenary College of Louisianamarker 1978-79 1999-2000 The Summit NCAA Division I
Samford Universitymarker 1978-79 2003-04 SoCon NCAA Division I FCS
Northwestern State Universitymarker 1980-81 1984-85 Southland NCAA Division I FCS
University of Arkansas at Little Rockmarker 1980-81 1991-92 Sun Belt NCAA Division I FBS
Georgia Southern Universitymarker 1980-81 1992-93 SoCon NCAA Division I FCS
Georgia State Universitymarker 1984-85 2005-06 CAA NCAA Division I FCS
University of Texas at San Antoniomarker 1986-87 1991-92 Southland NCAA Division I FCS
Southeastern Louisiana Universitymarker 1991-92 1997-98 Southland NCAA Division I FCS
Florida International Universitymarker 1991-92 1998-99 Sun Belt NCAA Division I FBS
College of Charlestonmarker 1992-93 1997-98 SoCon NCAA Division I FCS
University of Central Floridamarker 1992-93 2005-06 C-USA NCAA Division I FBS
Florida Atlantic Universitymarker 1993-94 2006-07 Sun Belt NCAA Division I FBS
Jacksonville State Universitymarker 1995-96 2003-04 OVC NCAA Division I FCS
Troy Universitymarker 1997-98 2005-06 Sun Belt NCAA Division I FBS
Gardner-Webb University 2002-03 2008-09 Big South NCAA Division I FCS


Men's Basketball Champions

Season Regular Season Champion Tournament Champion
1979 N/A Northwest Louisiana
1980 Northwest Louisiana (6-0) Campbell
1981 Houston Baptist (9-3) Mercer
1982 Arkansas-Little Rock(12-4) Northwest Louisiana
1983 Arkansas-Little Rock (12-2) Georgia Southern
1984 Houston Baptist (11-3) Houston Baptist
1985 Georgia Southern (11-3) Mercer
1986 Arkansas-Little Rock (12-2) Arkansas-Little Rock
1987 Arkansas-Little Rock (16-2) Georgia Southern
1988 Georgia Southern/Arkansas-Little Rock (15-3) Texas-San Antonio
1989 Georgia Southern (16-2) Arkansas-Little Rock
1990 Campbell (14-2) Arkansas-Little Rock
1991 Texas-San Antonio (12-2) Georgia State
1992 Georgia Southern (13-1) Georgia Southern
1993 Florida International (9-3) N/A
1994 College of Charleston (14-2) Central Florida
1995 College of Charleston (15-1) Florida International
1996 College of Charleston (15-1) Central Florida
1997 College of Charleston (16-0) College of Charleston
1998 College of Charleston (14-2) College of Charleston
1999 Samford (15-1) Samford
2000 Troy/Georgia State(13-5) Samford
2001 Georgia State (16-2) Georgia State
2002 Georgia State/Troy (14-6) Florida Atlantic
2003 Mercer/Troy (14-2) Troy
2004 Troy (18-2) Central Florida
2005 Central Florida/Gardner-Webb (13-7) Central Florida
2006 Lipscomb/Belmont (15-5) Belmont
2007 East Tennessee State (16-2) Belmont
2008 Belmont (14-2) Belmont
2009 Jacksonville (15-5) East Tennessee State


Men's Tournament Championships by School

School # of Tournament Championships Last Tournament Championship
Central Floridamarker 4 2005
Arkansas-Little Rock 3 1990
Belmontmarker 3 2008
Northwestern Statemarker 2 1982
Mercermarker 2 1985
Georgia Southernmarker 2 1992
Georgia Statemarker 2 2001
Charleston 2 1998
Samford 2 2000
Campbell 1 1980
Houston Baptist 1 1984
Texas-San Antonio 1 1988
Florida Atlantic 1 2002
East Tennessee Statemarker 1 2009
  • Former member of the A-Sun




All Sports Championships

The Jesse C. Fletcher and Sherman Day Trophies are awarded each year to the top men's and women's program in the conference.



Men's All Sports: Jesse C. Fletcher Trophy

Year Champion
1978-79 Oklahoma City
1979-80 Northeast Louisiana
1980-81 Northeast Louisiana
1981-82 Northeast Louisiana
1982-83 Georgia Southern
1983-84 Centenary
1984-85 Georgia Southern
1985-86 Houston Baptist
1986-87 Georgia Southern
1987-88 Georgia Southern
1988-89 Georgia Southern
1989-90 Georgia Southern
1990-91 Georgia Southern
1991-92 Florida International
1992-93 Florida International
1993-94 Florida International
1994-95 Central Florida
1995-96 Central Florida
1996-97 Florida International
1997-98 Georgia State
1998-99 Central Florida
1999-00 Georgia State
2000-01 Georgia State
2001-02 Georgia State
2002-03 Central Florida
2003-04 Central Florida
2004-05 Central Florida
2005-06 East Tennessee State
2006-07 East Tennessee State
2007-08 East Tennessee State
2008-09 East Tennessee State


Women's All Sport: Sherman Day Trophy

Year Champion
1985-86 Stetson, Georgia State
1986-87 Stetson
1987-88 Georgia State
1988-89 Georgia State
1989-90 Georgia State
1990-91 Florida International
1991-92 Florida International
1992-93 Georgia State
1993-94 Florida International
1994-95 Campbell
1995-96 Central Florida
1996-97 Central Florida
1997-98 Georgia State
1998-99 Central Florida
1999-00 Georgia State
2000-01 Georgia State
2001-02 Central Florida
2002-03 Central Florida
2003-04 Central Florida
2004-05 Central Florida
2005-06 Florida Atlantic
2006-07 East Tennessee State
2007-08 Jacksonville
2008-09 Jacksonville



Conference facilities

School Football stadium Capacity Basketball arena Capacity Soccer stadium Capacity
Belmont Non-Football School N/A Curb Event Centermarker 5,500 Whitten Soccer Complexmarker ~500
Campbell Barker-Lane Stadium 1,200 John W. Pope, Jr. Convocation Center 3,095 Eakes Athletic Complex ~500
East Tennessee State Non-Football School N/A Memorial Centermarker 9,000 Summers-Taylor Stadium 850
Florida Gulf Coast Non-Football School N/A Alico Arenamarker 4,500 FGCU Soccer Complex 1,000
Jacksonville D.B.marker Milne Fieldmarker 5,000 Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arenamarker (men)

Swisher Gymnasium (women)
16,000

1,500
Ashley Sports Complex 500
Kennesaw State Non-Football School N/A KSU Convocation Center 4,000 KSU Soccer Complex 1,500
Lipscomb Non-Football School N/A Allen Arenamarker 5,000 Lipscomb Soccer Complex 600
Mercer Non-Football School N/A University Centermarker 3,500 Bear Field 500
North Florida Non-Football School N/A UNF Arenamarker 5,800 Hodges Stadiummarker 9,300
Stetson Non-Football School N/A Edmunds Centermarker 3,000 Stetson Soccer Complex 500
USC Upstate Non-Football School N/A G.marker B.marker Hodge Centermarker 1,535 County U. Soccer Stadium 300


Notes and references

  1. Although the Sun Belt Conference competes in football at the Division I FBS level, Arkansas-Little Rock does not sponsor the sport.
  2. Although the CAA competes in football at the Division I FCS level, Georgia State does not sponsor the sport, but will start doing so in 2011.
  3. Although the Southland Conference competes in football at the Division I FCS level, UT-San Antonio does not sponsor the sport.
  4. Although the Southern Conference competes in football at the Division I FCS level, the College of Charleston does not sponsor the sport.
  5. Atlantic Sun: All Sports Race


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