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The Gulf Coast Athletic Conference (GCAC) is a college athletic conference affiliated with the NAIA's Division I. Member institutions are located in Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi.

The GCAC was established in 1981, with the following charter institutions: Belhaven College, Dillard University, Louisiana College, Spring Hill College, Tougaloo College, William Carey University, and Xavier University of Louisiana. The first sports were men and women's basketball and men's tennis, with other sports soon following.

Louisiana College left the GCAC to join NCAA Division III, American Southwest Conference in 2000, while Talladega Collegemarker, who joined in 1999, left in 2002. In 2010, Belhaven College, Loyola University New Orleans, Spring Hill College, University of Mobile, and William Carey University joined the conference to join the Southern States Athletic Conference.

Member Schools



References

  1. GCAC Directory 1981-82, pg.2
  2. SSAC To Expand And Restructure Conference In 2010-11, Southern States Athletic Conference, 2009-09-29.


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