The IAAV (Intercollegiate Athletic Association of Virginia) is an association that organizes the athletic programs of many colleges and universities in Virginia. There are four divisions, Division I, Division II, Division III, and Division IV which each contain conferences.

Division I Conferences

Big North

The Big North is mainly located in the North. It is the IAAV's oldest conference, established in 1896. It has 12 members, which means it can stage a conference championship game. The Big North has one of the highest standards of playing in the IAAV.


Western Division

Louisville Cardinals

Iowa Hawkeyes

Nebraska Cornhuskers

Wisconsin Badgers

Iowa State Cyclones

Illinois Fighting Illini

Eastern Division

Michigan Wolverines

Michigan State Spartans

Purdue Boilermakers

Indiana Hoosiers

Ohio State Buckeyes

Ohio Bobcats

Southern Atlantic Conference

The Southern Atlantic Conference was founded 1933 and contains 11 teams after gaining Kentucky and Clemson in 1998.


Miami Hurricanes

Florida State Seminoles

Florida Gators

South Carolina Gamecocks

North Carolina Tar Heels

Georgia Bulldogs

Kentucky Wildcats

Auburn Tigers

New Barcelona State Seagulls

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Clemson Tigers

Mid Atlantic Conference

The Mid Atlantic Conference was founded in 1953. It had 8 teams after Kentucky and Clemson left, so it added Cincinnati and Pittsburgh.


Wake Forest Demon Deacons

Maryland Terrapins

Duke Blue Devils

North Carolina State Wolfpack

Virginia Cavaliers

Virginia Tech Hokies

Cincinnati Bearcats

Pittsburgh Panthers

West Virginia Mountaineers

Georgetown Hoyas

Gulf Conference

The Gulf Conference is made up by 12 teams near the Gulf of Zheng (OTL Gulf of Mexico).


Eastern Division

Alabama Crimson Tide

Ole Miss Rebels

Mississippi State Bulldogs

Arkansas Razorbacks

Tulane Green Wave

Central Florida Knights

Western Division

SMU Mustangs

Houston Cougars

Texas Longhorns

Texas Tech Red Raiders

Oklahoma Pioneers

Texas A&M Aggies

Eastern Athletic Conference

The Eastern Athletic Conference (EAC) is conference based in eastern Virginia. The conference was founded in 1962. The EAC's last addition was Tennessee, who left the Mid-Atlantic Conference in 1996. The conference has 9 teams.


East Carolina Pirates

Memphis Tigers

Marshall Thundering Herd

Tennessee Butternuts

Vanderbilt Commodores

South Alabama Jaguars

Troy Trojans

Western Kentucky Hilltoppers

Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders


After Virginia's defeat of Spain in World War II, Virginia began the construction of schools and such across the new lands. Castro's Rebellion destoyed many of these schools, so only 8 were left that had high level athletic programs. These schools joined to form the Western-8 in 1970.


Southern Mexico Mountaineers

Colorado State Rams

New Mexico Lobos

Utah Utes

Utah State Aggies

New Mexico State Aggies

Denver Pioneers

Northern Arizona Lumberjacks

Central Virginia Conference

The Central Virginia Conference is made up of teams and was founded in 1987. After Texas A&M and Texas Tech left for the Gulf Conference in 1999, the conference added Oklahoma State and Colorado. UTEP joined in 2005.


Oklahoma State Cowboys

UTEP Miners

Colorado Buffaloes

Kansas State Wildcats

Kansas Jayhawks

Missouri Tigers

Baylor Bears

Southern Mexico State Wolf Pack

Salt Lake State Cougars

Louisiana Tech Bulldogs

Division II

Eastern 12

The Eastern 12 is made up of schools located in the Atlantic coast of Virginia.


North Division

Old Dominion Monarchs

Howard Bison

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers

Davidson College Wildcats

Campbell Fighting Camels

James Madison Dukes

South Division

South Carolina State Bulldogs

Savannah State Tigers

Winthrop Eagles

UNC-Wilmington Seahawks

Richmond Spiders

Chattanooga Mocs

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