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The California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) is an intercollegiate athletic conference in the Division II of the NCAA. All of its current members are public universities, and all except for UC San Diegomarker are members of the California State University system.

It was founded in December 1938 and began competition in 1939. The commissioner of the CCAA is Robert Hiegert. CCAA offices are located in Walnut Creekmarker, Californiamarker. The CCAA is the most storied conference in NCAA Division II history as its former and current members boast a combined number of 146 National Championships.

Membership

Institution Location Founded Affiliation Enrollment Nickname Membership CCAA Championships NCAA National Championships
California State Polytechnic University, Pomonamarker

(Cal Poly Pomona)
Pomona, Californiamarker
(152,631)
1938 Public (California State University system) 20,510 Broncos 1967 53 11
California State University, Chicomarker

(Chico State)
Chico, Californiamarker
(84,396)
1887 Public (California State University system) 17,034 Wildcats 1998 25 6
California State University, Dominguez Hillsmarker

(Cal State Dominguez Hills)
Carson, Californiamarker
(92,156)
1960 Public (California State University system) 12,082 Toros 1980 24 2
California State University, East Baymarker

(Cal State East Bay)
Hayward, Californiamarker
(155,312)
1957 Public (California State University system) 13,124 Pioneers 2009 0 0
California State University, Los Angelesmarker

(Cal State LA)
Los Angeles, Californiamarker
(3,849,378)
1947 Public (California State University system) 21,051 Golden Eagles 1950 30 4
California State University, Monterey Baymarker

(Cal State Monterey Bay)
Seaside, Californiamarker
(31,696)
1994 Public (California State University system) 3,820 Otters 1994 0 0
California State University, San Bernardinomarker

(Cal State San Bernardino)
San Bernardino, Californiamarker
(205,010)
1965 Public (California State University system) 17,066 Coyotes 1991 15 0
California State University, Stanislausmarker

(Stan State)
Turlock, Californiamarker
(69,321)
1957 Public (California State University system) 8,836 Warriors 1998 4 2
Humboldt State Universitymarker

(Humboldt State)
Arcata, Californiamarker
(16,651)
1913 Public (California State University system) 7,435 Lumberjacks 2006 3 2
San Francisco State Universitymarker

(SF State)
San Francisco, Californiamarker
(764,976)
1899 Public (California State University system) 30,125 Gators 1998 0 1
Sonoma State Universitymarker

(Sonoma State)
Rohnert Park, Californiamarker
(42,236)
1960 Public (California State University system) 8,769 Seawolves 1998 8 2
University of California, San Diegomarker

(UC San Diego)
La Jolla, Californiamarker
(42,808)
1960 Public (University of California system) 20,339 Tritons 2000 21 2
Location of CCAA full member institutions.


Full members



Charter members



Former members

(School, Last year in CCAA, Current Conference)



Sports sponsored

The CCAA sponsors seven sports for women and six sports for men. The CCAA sponsors cross country, soccer, volleyball, basketball, tennis, outdoor track & field, and softball for women. For men, the CCAA sponsors cross country, soccer, basketball, golf, outdoor track and field, and baseball. Cross country, soccer and volleyball are autumn sports, basketball is a winter sport, and tennis, golf, outdoor track & field, softball, and baseball are spring sports. Throughout the years, CCAA teams have won 145 NCAA championships in their sports, which is best among all Division II conferences.

The CCAA has a Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, which is made up of student-athletes from each of the eleven member institutions.

Conference facilities

School Baseball Stadium Capacity Basketball Arena Capacity Soccer/Track & Field Stadium Capacity Tennis Capacity

Cal Poly Pomona John Scolino Stadium 1,000 Kellogg Gymnasium &
Darlene May Gymnasium
5,000
1,000
Kellogg Fieldmarker 2,500 Kellogg Tennis Center 500

Cal State
Dominguez Hills
Toro Field 300 Torodome 4,200 Toro Stadium 8,000 ? ?

Cal State
East Bay
? ? CSUEB Physical Education Complex 3,500 University Stadium ? ? ?

Cal State
LA
Reeder Field 500 Eagle's Nest 5,000 Jesse Owens Track 5,000 Cal State L.A. Tennis Complex 250

Cal State
Monterey Bay
CSUMB Baseball/Softball Complex ? Otter Sports Center 1,500 CSUMB Soccer Complex ? ? ?

Cal State
San Bernardino
Fiscalini Fieldmarker &
Arrowhead Credit Union Parkmarker
2,000
5,500
Coussoulis Arenamarker 4,140 Coyote Premier Field 300 Coyote Court 50

Cal State
Stanislaus
Warrior Baseball Field ? Warrior Arena 2,000 Warrior Soccer Field 2,000 ? ?

Chico State Nettleton Stadiummarker 4,200 Acker Gymnasium 1,997 University Soccer Stadium &
Chico State Stadium
3,800
6,000
? ?

Humboldt State ? ? East Gym 1,400 Redwood Bowlmarker &
HSU Soccer Field
7,000
?
? ?

SF State Maloney Field 100 SFSU Main Gymnasium 2,000 Cox Stadium 5,000 ? ?

Sonoma State Seawolf Diamond ? Seawolf Gymnasium 1,800 Seawolf Soccer Field 1,200 ? ?

UC San Diego Triton Baseball Field 1,000 RIMAC Arena 5,000 Triton Soccer Stadium &
Triton Track & Field Stadium
1,250
2,000
Northview Tennis Courts ?



Facility capacities taken from conference website unless otherwise noted. (See External Links section.)

See also



References

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  2. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=304&path=pomona
  3. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=304&path=pomona
  4. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=304&path=pomona
  5. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=304&path=pomona
  6. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=304&path=pomona
  7. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=315&path=dominguez
  8. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=315&path=dominguez
  9. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=315&path=dominguez
  10. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=320&path=losangeles
  11. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=320&path=losangeles
  12. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=320&path=losangeles
  13. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=320&path=losangeles
  14. http://www.d2hoops.net/arenas/calstatemontereybay/t257/
  15. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=325&path=sanbernardino
  16. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=325&path=sanbernardino
  17. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=325&path=sanbernardino
  18. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=325&path=sanbernardino
  19. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=325&path=sanbernardino
  20. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=330&path=stanislaus
  21. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=330&path=stanislaus
  22. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=330&path=stanislaus
  23. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=335&path=chico
  24. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=335&path=chico
  25. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=335&path=chico
  26. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=335&path=chico
  27. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=340&path=humboldt
  28. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=340&path=humboldt
  29. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=343&path=sanfran
  30. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=343&path=sanfran
  31. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=343&path=sanfran
  32. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=348&path=sonoma
  33. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=348&path=sonoma
  34. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=353&path=sandiego
  35. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=353&path=sandiego
  36. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=353&path=sandiego
  37. http://www.goccaa.org/sidebar.asp?id=353&path=sandiego


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