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Division 1 Teams by Conference

American Athletic

Atlantic 10

Atlantic Coast

Central Florida Davidson Boston College
Connecticut Dayton Clemson
East Carolina Duquesne Duke
Memphis Fordham Florida State
SMU George Mason Georgia Tech
South Florida George Washington Louisville
Temple La Salle Miami (FL)
Tulane Richmond N.C. State
Tulsa St. Bonaventure North Carolina
Wichita State St. Joseph's (PA) Notre Dame
St. Louis Virginia
VCU Virginia Tech
Wake Forest
 

Atlantic Sun

Big 12

Big East

Florida Gulf Coast Baylor Butler
Kennesaw State Oklahoma Creighton
Liberty Oklahoma State DePaul
Lipscomb TCU Georgetown
NJIT Texas Marquette
North Alabama Texas Tech St. John's (NY)
North Florida Villanova
Stetson Xavier
 

Big Sky

Big South

Big Ten

Eastern Washington Campbell Illinois
Idaho Gardner-Webb Indiana
Idaho State Hampton Iowa
Montana Longwood Michigan
Montana State Presbyterian Michigan State
Northern Arizona Radford Minnesota
Northern Colorado UNC Asheville Nebraska
Portland State USC Upstate Northwestern
Sacramento State Winthrop Ohio State
Southern Utah Penn State
Weber State Purdue
Wisconsin
 

Big West

Colonial Ath.

Conference USA

Cal Poly College of Charleston Charlotte
Hawaii Delaware Florida Atlantic
UC Davis Drexel Middle Tennessee
UC Irvine Elon Old Dominion
UC Riverside Hofstra Rice
UC Santa Barbara James Madison Southern Miss
UNC Wilmington UAB
William & Mary UTSA
 

Horizon League

Ivy League

Metro Atlantic Ath.

Cleveland State Brown Fairfield
Green Bay Columbia Marist
IUPUI Cornell Monmouth (NJ)
Illinois - Chicago Dartmouth Niagara
Northern Kentucky Harvard Quinnipiac
Wright State Penn Rider
Youngstown State Princeton Siena
Yale
 

Northeast

Ohio Valley

Pacific-12

Bryant Austin Peay Arizona
Fairleigh Dickinson Belmont Arizona State
Merrimack Eastern Illinois California
Mount St. Mary's (MD) Jacksonville State Oregon
Sacred Heart Tennessee State Stanford
St. Francis (NY) Tennessee Tech UCLA
St. Francis (PA) USC
Wagner Utah
Washington
 

Patriot League

Southeastern

Southern

Army Alabama Chattanooga
Boston University Arkansas ETSU
Bucknell Auburn Furman
Colgate Florida Mercer
Holy Cross (MA) Georgia Samford
Lafayette Kentucky The Citadel
Lehigh LSU UNC Greensboro
Loyola (MD) Mississippi State Wofford
Navy Ole Miss
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas A&M
Vanderbilt
 

Southland

Southwestern Ath.

Summit League

A&M-Corpus Christi Alabama A&M Denver
Abilene Christian Alabama State Drake
Incarnate Word Alcorn State Illinois State
Lamar Arkansas Pine Bluff North Dakota
New Orleans Jackson State Omaha
Nicholls State Mississippi Valley Oral Roberts
Prairie View A&M Valparaiso
 

Sun Belt

West Coast

Western Ath.

Appalachian State BYU Chicago State
Coastal Carolina Gonzaga Grand Canyon
Georgia Southern Loyola Marymount New Mexico State
Georgia State Pacific (CA) Seattle
Louisiana Pepperdine UMKC
South Alabama Portland UTRGV
Texas Arlington San Diego
Troy San Francisco
Santa Clara
St. Mary's (CA)

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Last Reviewed: July 2020