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Encyclopedia > Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference

The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) is a College Athletic Conference which operates in the western United States, mostly in Colorado with other members in Kansas, Nebraska, and New Mexico. It participates in the NCAA's Division II.

Member schools

External link

  • Official Website of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (http://www.rmacsports.org/)

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RMAC / NCAA DIV II- Athletics- Western State College of Colorado (1075 words)
The 2002-03 season marks the 94th year of operation for the RMAC, which claims to be the nation’s third oldest athletic conference of its type.
Although the RMAC was officially organized in 1909, records of intercollegiate football in Colorado go back to 1889 (or 1885, if one counts a rugby contest in Colorado Springs between the University of Denver and Colorado College).
National Collegiate Athletic Association, Division II While characterized by vast ranges in size and resources, the self-declared members of the NCAA-II accept certain budgetary and philosophical limits that distinguish their programs from the two other levels of NCAA competition (Division I and Division II.
TigerSportsZone.com (1295 words)
Much athletic activity was curtailed during the World War II years, but in 1948 Idaho State University joined the league to bring the membership to six.
The RMAC Week-In-Review television show on Prime Sports Network (now Fox Sports Rocky Mountain) was developed, post season basketball tournaments were held and conference baseball teams participated in the Mile High Intercollegiate Baseball League.
Conference growth continued in 1994 with the addition of two new members and the hiring of a second full-time staff person.
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