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Classification NCAA Division II
Established 1980
Full Members 16
Sports Fielded 23
National Championships 45
States 5 - CTmarker, MAmarker

NHmarker, NYmarker, VTmarker
Commissioner Julie Ruppert
Locations


The Northeast Ten Conference is an intercollegiate athletic conference affiliated with the NCAA’s Division II. Member institutions are located in the northeastern United Statesmarker in the states of Connecticutmarker, Massachusettsmarker, New Hampshiremarker, New Yorkmarker, and Vermontmarker.

The “Northeast-10” name came about when Saint Michael's College and Quinnipiac Collegemarker joined the league in 1987, and the conference remained stable until 1995 when Springfield College left for Division III. The league stayed at ten members as Le Moyne College joined the league in 1996 from the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) and briefly expanded to eleven when Pace University joined in 1998 from the New York Collegiate Athletic Conference (NYCAC). Quinnipiac moved to the Division I Northeast Conference (NEC) to again return the membership to ten, until the last major expansion took place prior to 2000 when five new schools joined the fold. Franklin Pierce Collegemarker, Southern New Hampshire Universitymarker (formerly New Hampshire College), the University of Massachusetts Lowellmarker and Southern Connecticut State Universitymarker were joined by The College of Saint Rosemarker giving the NE-10 15 members. In 2007, Bryant Universitymarker announced it would begin the five-year process that would make them a full Division I member by 2012; at the same time the NE-10 announced that it had given a bid to University of New Havenmarker and they had accepted. In December 2007 Adelphi Universitymarker announced it had joined the league and would begin play in 2009-10. To start the 2008-2009 academic year the NE-10 still has its 15 members and will expand to 16 in 2009-10.

With that major expansion, the NE-10 now stands as the second largest NCAA Division II conference in the nation. The strength in numbers was the guiding force in the addition and strengthening of a number of championship sports the league now offers.

Since the addition of those five institutions, the league has added football, indoor track and field, and outdoor track and field as championship sports. While the expansion has added championships in certain sports, it has also increased the championship opportunities for countless student-athletes with the expansion of postseason tournaments for sports such as field hockey, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s lacrosse and baseball.

The expansion continued in 2003-04 as the conference added another three championships to its diverse menu - men’s swimming and diving, women’s swimming and diving, and men’s ice hockey - the only Division II ice hockey conference in the nation. The conference also continued to expand in the classroom. In 2002-03 the NE-10 honored a record number of scholar athletes to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. The creation of the Northeast-10 Academic Achievement Award also continues to grow in recognition and prestige.

David Brunk, the first full-time commissioner in league history, announced in April he was resigning July 1, 2007 to take over the Peach Belt Conference. Brunk had been commissioner since 1998. Julie Ruppert became the next full-time commissioner in June 2008.

Membership

Current members

Institution Location - City Location - State Founded Affiliation Enrollment Joined Nickname
Adelphi Universitymarker Garden Citymarker New Yorkmarker 1896 Private 8,110 2008 Panthers
American International Collegemarker Springfieldmarker Massachusettsmarker 1885 Private 3,177 1980 Yellow Jackets
Assumption Collegemarker Worcestermarker Massachusettsmarker 1904 Catholic 2,753 1980 Greyhounds
Bentley Universitymarker Walthammarker Massachusettsmarker 1917 Private 5,497 1980 Falcons
The College of Saint Rosemarker Albanymarker New Yorkmarker 1920 Catholic 3,116 2001 Golden Knights
Franklin Pierce Universitymarker Rindgemarker New Hampshiremarker 1962 Private 2,871 2001 Ravens
Le Moyne College Syracusemarker New Yorkmarker 1946 Catholic 2,797 1996 Dolphins
Merrimack College North Andovermarker Massachusettsmarker 1947 Catholic 2,251 1984 Warriors
Pace University Pleasantvillemarker New Yorkmarker 1906 Private 8,928 1998 Setters
Saint Anselm Collegemarker Goffstownmarker New Hampshiremarker 1889 Catholic 1,945 1981 Hawks
Saint Michael's College Colchestermarker Vermontmarker 1904 Catholic 2,437 1987 Purple Knights
Southern Connecticut State Universitymarker New Havenmarker Connecticutmarker 1893 Public 12,326 2001 Fighting Owls
Southern New Hampshire Universitymarker Manchestermarker New Hampshiremarker 1932 Private 3,490 2001 Penmen
Stonehill College Eastonmarker Massachusettsmarker 1948 Catholic 2,386 1980 Skyhawks
University of Massachusetts Lowellmarker Lowellmarker Massachusettsmarker 1894 Public 13,479 2001 River Hawks
University of New Havenmarker West Havenmarker Connecticutmarker 1920 Private 4,391 2008 Chargers


Former Members

Institution Affiliation Years New Conference Classification
Springfield College Charter Member 1980-1995 NEWMAC NCAA Division III
University of Hartfordmarker Charter Member 1980-1984 America East Conference NCAA Division I
Quinnipiac Universitymarker Full Member 1987-1998 Northeast Conference NCAA Division I
C.W. Post University Associate; Football 2001-2008 PSAC NCAA Division II
Bryant Universitymarker Charter Member 1980-2008 Northeast Conference NCAA Division I


Conference Facilities

School Football stadium Capacity Basketball arena Capacity
American International Collegemarker John Homer Miller Field 5,000 Butova Gymnasium 2,500
Assumption Collegemarker Greyhound Stadium 1,200 Andrew Laska Gymnasium 2,500
Bentley Universitymarker Bentley Athletic Field 3,100 Dana Center 2,600
Franklin Pierce Universitymarker non-football school n/a Franklin Pierce Fieldhouse 1,200
Le Moyne College non-football school n/a Henninger Athletic Center Gymnasium 2,500
University of Massachusetts Lowellmarker non-football school n/a Costello Gym 2,100
Merrimack College Warrior Stadium 3,000 Volpe Center 1,200
Pace University Finnerty Field 1,500 Goldstein Center 2,400
Saint Anselm Collegemarker Grappone Stadium 4,500 Stoutenburgh Gymnasium 1,200
Saint Michael's College non-football school n/a Tarrant Center 2,500
The College of Saint Rosemarker non-football school n/a Events & Athletic Center 1,000
Southern Connecticut State Universitymarker Jess Dow Field 6,000 James Moore Fieldhouse 2,800
Southern New Hampshire Universitymarker non-football school n/a SNHU Fieldhouse 2,000
Stonehill College W.B. Mason Stadium 2,400 Merkert Gymnasium 2,200


President's Cup Champions

Year First Place Second Place Third Place
2009 Bentley Stonehill UMass-Lowell
2008 Bryant Bentley Stonehill
2007 Bryant Bentley Stonehill
2006 Stonehill Bryant Bentley
2005 Bryant Bentley Stonehill
2004 Bryant Bentley UMass-Lowell
2003 Bentley Bryant UMass-Lowell
2002 Bentley Bryant Southern Connecticut State
2001 Bentley Merrimack Assumption
2000 Merrimack Bentley Assumption
1999 Bentley Merrimack St. Anselm
1998 Bentley Quinnipiac Merrimack
1997 Bentley Quinnipiac Merrimack
1996 Bentley Quinnipiac St. Anselm
1995 Springfield Bentley Quinnipiac
1994 Springfield Bentley Quinnipiac
1993 Springfield Bentley Quinnipiac
1992 Springfield Bentley Quinnipiac
1991 Springfield Bentley Merrimack
1990 Springfield Bentley Merrimack
1989 Springfield Bentley Bryant
1988 Springfield Bentley Bryant
1987 Springfield Bentley Bryant
1986 Springfield Bryant Bentley
1985 Springfield Bryant St. Anselm


Sports

The Northeast Ten sponsors intercollegiate athletic competition in men’s baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, women's field hockey, men's American football, men’s golf, men's ice hockey, men's and women's lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s softball, men's and women's swimming and diving, men’s and women’s tennis, men's and women's track and field, and women’s volleyball.

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