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America East Conference
America East Conference
America East Conference logo
Established1979
AssociationNCAA
DivisionDivision I
Subdivisionnon-football
Members15 (full: 9; associate: 6)
Sports fielded
  • 18
    • men's: 8 sports
    • women's: 10 sports
RegionNortheastern United States
(plus California in field hockey and Virginia in swimming & diving)
Former namesEastern College Athletic Conference-North (1979-1988)
North Atlantic Conference (1988-1996)
HeadquartersCambridge, Massachusetts
CommissionerDarin Berry
Websitewww.americaeast.com
Locations
America East Conference locations

The America East Conference is a collegiate athletic conference affiliated with the NCAA Division I, whose members are located mainly in the Northeastern United States, specifically New England. Its nine members include the public flagship universities of three states, and one private university.

History

The America East Conference was founded as the Eastern College Athletic Conference-North, a men's basketball-only athletic conference in 1979. The conference was known as the Eastern College Athletic Conference-North from 1979 to 1988 and the North Atlantic Conference from 1988 to 1996. The charter members were the University of Rhode Island, the College of the Holy Cross, Canisius College, Niagara University, Colgate University, Northeastern University, Boston University, the University of Maine, the University of New Hampshire and the University of Vermont.

The America East Conference made history during the 2018 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament on March 16, 2018 when No. 16 seed UMBC defeated No. 1 seed Virginia, marking the first time in tournament history that a No. 1 seed had lost to a No. 16 seed.[1]

Many other events have occurred since its formation:

Members

Current members

The AEC has 8 member institutions located within the borders of 6 contiguous states. The 9th, UMBC, is the only institution not bordering other conference institutions. Hartford is the only private institution.

Institution Location Founded Joined Type Enrollment Nickname Colors
University at Albany, SUNY Albany, New York 1844 2001 Public 17,746 Great Danes          
Binghamton University Vestal, New York 1946 2001 17,768 Bearcats               
University of Hartford West Hartford, Connecticut 1877 1985 Private 6,792 Hawks          
University of Maine Orono, Maine 1865 1979 Public 11,404 Black Bears               
University of Maryland, Baltimore County Catonsville, Maryland 1966 2003 13,767 Retrievers          
University of Massachusetts Lowell Lowell, Massachusetts 1894 2013 18,316 River Hawks               
University of New Hampshire Durham, New Hampshire 1866 1979 15,400 Wildcats               
Stony Brook University Stony Brook, New York 1957 2001 26,814 Seawolves               
University of Vermont Burlington, Vermont 1791 1979 12,164 Catamounts          

Associate members

Five schools currently hold associate membership. Four schools from California moved their field hockey teams into the America East in July 2015.[5] The newest associate member is the Virginia Military Institute (VMI), which joined in men's and women's swimming & diving starting with the 2017-18 school year.[6]


Institution Location Founded Type Joined Enrollment Nickname Colors Sport Primary Conference
Stanford University Stanford, California 1891 Private 2015 15,877 Cardinal           Field hockey Pac-12
University of the Pacific Stockton, California 1851 Private 2015 6,196 Tigers           Field hockey WCC
University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, California 1868 Public 2015 36,204 Golden Bears           Field hockey Pac-12
University of California, Davis Davis, California 1905 Public 2015 34,175 Aggies           Field hockey Big West
Virginia Military Institute (VMI) Lexington, Virginia 1839 Public 2017 1,653 Keydets                Men's and women's swimming & diving SoCon
Monmouth University West Long Branch, New Jersey 1933 Private 2019 6,500 Hawks           Field hockey MAAC

The aforementioned California schools initially announced that they would leave America East field hockey after the 2018 season (2018-19 school year), but apparently backed out of that plan and will remain in the AmEast for the immediate future. This coincided with the announcement that Monmouth would become the newest field hockey associate for the 2019 season and beyond.[7][8]

Former members

Institution Location Nickname Founded Type Enrollment Joined Left Colors Current Conference
Boston University Boston, Massachusetts Terriers 1839 Private 29,978 1979 2013           Patriot
Canisius College Buffalo, New York Golden Griffins 1870 Private 5,152 1979 1989           MAAC
Colgate University Hamilton, New York Raiders 1819 Private 2,939 1979 1990           Patriot
College of the Holy Cross Worcester, Massachusetts Crusaders 1843 Private 2,872 1979 1983      Patriot
Niagara University Lewiston, New York Purple Eagles 1856 Private 4,200 1979 1989           MAAC
Northeastern University Boston, Massachusetts Huskies 1898 Private 12,913 1979 2005           CAA
University of Rhode Island Kingston, Rhode Island Rams 1888 Public 19,095 1979 1980                Atlantic 10 (A-10)
Siena College Loudonville, New York Saints 1937 Private 3,423 1984 1989           MAAC
University of Delaware Newark, Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens 1743 Private/Public 19,391 1991 2001           CAA
Drexel University Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Dragons 1891 Private 25,500 1991 2001           CAA
Hofstra University Hempstead, New York Pride 1935 Private 12,400 1994 2001                CAA
Towson University Towson, Maryland Tigers 1866 Public 21,950 1995 2001           CAA

Former associate members

Three schools have had single-sport membership in the past. Two of these, Fairfield[9] and Providence,[10] moved their America East sports into their all-sports conferences. The third, NJIT, left when it joined a conference that sponsored its America East sport.[11]

Institution Location Founded Joined Left Enrollment Nickname Colors Sport Primary
Conference
Conference in former AE sport
Fairfield University Fairfield, Connecticut 1942 2007 2015 3,800 Stags      field hockey MAAC MAAC
New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark, New Jersey 1881 2013 2015 10,646 Highlanders           Women's tennis ASUN ASUN
Providence College Providence, Rhode Island 1917 2010 2014 3,850 Friars                Women's volleyball Big East Big East

Membership timeline

University of Massachusetts LowellUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore CountyStony Brook UniversityBinghamton UniversityUniversity at Albany, SUNYColonial Athletic AssociationTowson UniversityColonial Athletic AssociationHofstra UniversityColonial Athletic AssociationDrexel UniversityColonial Athletic AssociationUniversity of DelawareNortheast ConferenceSummit LeagueEast Coast Conference (Division I)Central Connecticut State UniversityUniversity of HartfordMetro Atlantic Athletic ConferenceSiena CollegeUniversity of VermontUniversity of New HampshireUniversity of MainePatriot LeagueBoston UniversityColonial Athletic AssociationNortheastern UniversityPatriot LeagueColgate UniversityMetro Atlantic Athletic ConferenceNiagara UniversityMetro Atlantic Athletic ConferenceCanisius CollegePatriot LeagueMetro Atlantic Athletic ConferenceCollege of the Holy CrossAtlantic 10 ConferenceUniversity of Rhode Island

Full members (non-football) Other Conference Other Conference

Facilities

Member Soccer stadium Capacity Basketball arena Capacity Baseball field Capacity Lacrosse facility Capacity
Albany Bob Ford Field at Tom & Mary Casey Stadium 8,500 SEFCU Arena 4,538 Varsity Field N/A John Fallon Field
Bob Ford Field at Tom & Mary Casey Stadium
2,500
8,500
Binghamton Bearcats Sports Complex 2,534 Binghamton University Events Center 5,142 Baseball Complex 1,000 Bearcats Sports Complex 2,534
Hartford Al-Marzook Field at Alumni Stadium 2,500 Chase Arena at Reich Family Pavilion 4,017 Dunkin' Donuts Park
Fiondella Field
6,121
1,000
Al-Marzook Field at Alumni Stadium 2,500
Maine Mahaney Diamond 4,400 Cross Insurance Center 8,000 Mahaney Diamond 4,400 Non-lacrosse school
New Hampshire Wildcat Stadium 11,015 Lundholm Gym 3,500 Non-baseball school Non-lacrosse school
Stony Brook Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium 12,300 Island Federal Credit Union Arena 4,160 Joe Nathan Field 1,000 Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium 12,300
UMass Lowell Cushing Field Complex N/A Costello Athletic Center
Tsongas Center
2,100
6,495
Edward A. LeLacheur Park 4,767 Cushing Field Complex N/A
UMBC Retriever Soccer Park 1,500 UMBC Event Center 5,000 The Baseball Factory Field at UMBC 1,000 UMBC Stadium 4,500
Vermont Virtue Field 3,000 Patrick Gym
Tarrant Center (2020)
3,266 Non-baseball school Virtue Field 2,500

Sports sponsored

The America East Conference sponsors championship competition in eight men's and ten women's NCAA sanctioned sports.[12] The most recent changes to the roster of America East sports were announced in 2016, with the dropping of women's tennis after the 2015-16 season due to a lack of sponsoring teams and the revival of men's swimming and diving effective in the 2017-18 school year.[6]

Teams in America East Conference competition
Sport Men's Women's
Baseball
7
-
Basketball
9
9
Cross Country
9
9
Field Hockey
-
10
Lacrosse
7
8
Soccer
8
9
Softball
-
7
Swimming & Diving
4
7
Track and Field (Indoor)
9
9
Track and Field (outdoor)
9
9
Volleyball
-
6

Men's sports

Men's sponsored sports by school
School Baseball Basketball Cross
Country
Lacrosse Soccer Swimming & Diving Track & Field
(indoor)
Track & Field
(outdoor)
Total
Sports
Albany Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY 7
Binghamton Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
Hartford Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY 7
Maine Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 6
New Hampshire Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY 5
Stony Brook Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY 7
UMass Lowell Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY 7
UMBC Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
Vermont Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY 6
Totals 7 9 9 7 8 3+1[a] 9 9 61+1
Notes
  1. ^ Associate member VMI.
Men's varsity sports not sponsored by the America East Conference which are played by AmEast schools
School Football Golf Ice Hockey Skiing Tennis Wrestling
Albany CAA No No No No No
Binghamton No Big Sky No No Mid-American EIWA
Hartford No Big Sky No No No No
Maine CAA No Hockey East No No No
New Hampshire CAA No Hockey East EISA No No
Stony Brook CAA No No No No No
UMass Lowell No Independent Hockey East No No No
Vermont No No Hockey East EISA No No

Women's sports

Women's sponsored sports by school
School Basketball Cross
Country
Field Hockey Lacrosse Soccer Softball Swimming
& Diving
Track & Field
(indoor)
Track & Field
(outdoor)
Volleyball Total
Sports
Albany Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
Binghamton Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
Hartford Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
Maine Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN 8
New Hampshire Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
Stony Brook Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
UMass Lowell Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Red XN 8
UMBC Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
Vermont Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN 8
Totals 9 9 5+5[a] 8 9 7 6+1[b] 9 9 6 77+6
Notes
  1. ^ Associate members California, Monmouth, Pacific, Stanford, and UC Davis.
  2. ^ Associate member VMI.
Women's varsity sports not sponsored by the America East Conference which are played by AmEast schools
School Golf Gymnastics Ice Hockey Skiing Tennis
Albany MAAC No No No No
Binghamton MAAC No No No Independent
Hartford MAAC No No No No
Maine No No Hockey East No No
New Hampshire No EAGL Hockey East EISA No
Stony Brook No No No No Missouri Valley
Vermont No No Hockey East EISA No

NCAA team championships

School Total Men Women Co-ed Nickname Most successful sport (Titles)
None 0 0 0 0 None None

No America East school has won a national title in a sport sponsored by the conference; however, member institutions have been national champions in non-America East sports.

Men's basketball

All-time school record by winning percentage

This list goes through the 2018-19 season.

No. Team Records Win Pct. America East
Tournament
Championships
America East
Regular Season
Championships
Final Fours National
Championships
1 Albany 1,296-968 .572 5 2 0 0
2 Stony Brook 864-724 .544 1 4 0 0
3 Vermont 1,268-1126 .530 7 10 0 0
4 UMass Lowell 646-608 .515 0 0 0 0
5 Hartford 857-987 .465 0 0 0 0
6 Maine 973-1215 .445 0 0 0 0
7 New Hampshire 926-1355 .406 0 0 0 0
8 UMBC 581-860 .403 2 1 0 0
9 Binghamton 679-1022 .399 1 1 0 0
* Denotes a tie for regular season conference title
+ Denotes game went into overtime

List of regular season champions

Year Regular Season Champion Record
1979-80 Boston 19-7
1980-81 Northeastern 21-5
1981-82 Northeastern 8-1
1982-83 Boston 8-2
1983-84 Northeastern 14-0
1984-85* Canisius
Northeastern
13-3
1985-86 Northeastern 16-2
1986-87 Northeastern 17-1
1987-88 Siena 16-2
1988-89 Siena 16-1
1989-90* Northeastern
Boston
9-3
1990-91 Northeastern 8-2
1991-92 Delaware 14-0
1992-93 Drexel 12-2
1993-94 Drexel 12-2
1994-95 Drexel 12-4
1995-96 Drexel 17-1
1996-97 Boston 17-1
1997-98* Delaware
Boston
12-6
1998-99* Delaware
Drexel
15-3
1999-00 Hofstra 16-2
2000-01 Hofstra 16-2
2001-02 Vermont 13-3
2002-03 Boston 13-3
2003-04 Boston 17-1
2004-05 Vermont 16-2
2005-06 Albany 13-3
2006-07 Vermont 15-1
2007-08 UMBC 13-3
2008-09* Binghamton
Vermont
13-3
2009-10 Stony Brook 13-3
2010-11 Vermont 13-3
2011-12 Stony Brook 14-2
2012-13 Stony Brook 14-2
2013-14 Vermont 15-1
2014-15 Albany 15-1
2015-16 Stony Brook 14-2
2016-17 Vermont 16-0
2017-18 Vermont 15-1
2018-19 Vermont 14-2

List of tournament champions

Year Winner Score Opponent Reggie Lewis Most Outstanding Player Venue
1980 Holy Cross 81-75 Boston Ron Perry, Holy Cross Hart Center (Worcester, MA)
1981 Northeastern 81-79+ Holy Cross Perry Moss, Northeastern Cabot Center (Boston, MA)
1982 Northeastern 82-59 Niagara Perry Moss, Northeastern Matthews Arena (Boston, MA)
1983 Boston 63-62 Holy Cross Mike Alexander, Boston University Case Gym (Boston, MA)
1984 Northeastern 85-75 Canisius Mark Halsel, Northeastern Matthews Arena (Boston, MA)
1985 Northeastern 68-67 Boston Reggie Lewis, Northeastern Matthews Arena (Boston, MA)
1986 Northeastern 63-54 Boston Wess Fuller, Northeastern Matthews Arena (Boston, MA)
1987 Northeastern 71-68 Boston Reggie Lewis, Northeastern Matthews Arena (Boston, MA)
1988 Boston 79-68 Niagara Jeff Timberlake, Boston University Hartford Civic Center (Hartford, CT)
1989 Siena 68-67 Boston Marc Brown, Siena Hartford Civic Center (Hartford, CT)
1990 Boston 75-57 Vermont Bill Brigham, Boston University Hartford Civic Center (Hartford, CT)
1991 Northeastern 57-46 Maine Ron Lacey, Northeastern Matthews Arena (Boston, MA)
1992 Delaware 92-68 Drexel Alex Coles, Delaware Bob Carpenter Center (Newark, DE)
1993 Delaware 67-64 Drexel Kevin Blackhurst, Delaware Daskalakis Athletic Center (Philadelphia, PA)
1994 Drexel 86-78 Maine Malik Rose, Drexel Daskalakis Athletic Center (Philadelphia, PA)
1995 Drexel 72-52 Northeastern Malik Rose, Drexel Daskalakis Athletic Center (Philadelphia, PA)
1996 Drexel 76-67 Boston Malik Rose, Drexel Daskalakis Athletic Center (Philadelphia, PA)
1997 Boston 68-61 Drexel Tunji Awojobi, Boston University Case Gym (Boston, MA)
1998 Delaware 66-58 Boston Darryl Presley, Delaware Bob Carpenter Center (Newark, DE)
1999 Delaware 86-67 Drexel John Gordon, Delaware Bob Carpenter Center (Newark, DE)
2000 Hofstra 76-69 Delaware Speedy Claxton, Hofstra Hofstra Arena (Hempstead, NY)
2001 Hofstra 68-54 Delaware Roberto Gittens, Hofstra Hofstra Arena (Hempstead, NY)
2002 Boston 66-40 Maine Billy Collins, Boston University Case Gym (Boston, MA)
2003 Vermont 56-55 Boston Matt Sheftic, Vermont Case Gym (Boston, MA)
2004 Vermont 72-53 Maine Taylor Coppenrath, Vermont Patrick Gym (Burlington, VT)
2005 Vermont 80-57 Northeastern Taylor Coppenrath, Vermont Patrick Gym (Burlington, VT)
2006 Albany 80-67 Vermont Jamar Wilson, Albany Recreation and Convocation Center (Albany, NY)
2007 Albany 60-59 Vermont Jamar Wilson, Albany Patrick Gym (Burlington, VT)
2008 UMBC 82-65 Hartford Jay Greene, UMBC Retriever Activities Center (Catonsville, MD)
2009 Binghamton 61-51 UMBC D.J. Rivera, Binghamton Events Center (Vestal, NY)
2010 Vermont 83-70 Boston Marqus Blakely, Vermont Patrick Gym (Burlington, VT)
2011 Boston 56-54 Stony Brook John Holland, Boston University Agganis Arena (Boston, MA)
2012 Vermont 51-43 Stony Brook Brian Voelkel, Vermont Stony Brook Arena (Stony Brook, NY)
2013 Albany 53-49 Vermont Mike Black, Albany Patrick Gym (Burlington, VT)
2014 Albany 69-60 Stony Brook Peter Hooley, Albany Pritchard Gymnasium (Stony Brook, NY)
2015 Albany 51-50 Stony Brook Peter Hooley, Albany SEFCU Arena (Albany, NY)
2016 Stony Brook 80-74 Vermont Jameel Warney, Stony Brook Island Federal Credit Union Arena (Stony Brook, NY)
2017 Vermont 56-53 Albany Anthony Lamb, Vermont Patrick Gym (Burlington, VT)
2018 UMBC 68-65 Vermont Jairus Lyles, UMBC Patrick Gym (Burlington, VT)
2019 Vermont 66-49 UMBC Anthony Lamb, Vermont Patrick Gym (Burlington, VT)

Women's basketball

All-time school record by winning percentage

No. Team Records Win Pct. America East
Tournament
Championships
America East
Regular Season
Championships
Final Fours National
Championships
1 Maine 705-522 .575 8 15 0 0
2 Albany 624-578 .519 6 4 0 0
3 New Hampshire 583-545 .517 2 1 0 0
4 Vermont 521-493 .514 6 5 0 0
5 Stony Brook 594-602 .497 0 0 0 0
6 Binghamton 504-512 .496 0 0 0 0
7 Hartford 550-596 .480 5 4 0 0
8 UMass Lowell 537-600 .472 0 0 0 0
9 UMBC 520-711 .422 1 1 0 0
* Denotes a tie for regular season conference title
+ Denotes game went into overtime

List of regular season champions

Year Regular Season Champion Record
1984-85* New Hampshire
Northeastern
1985-86 Northeastern 10-2
1986-87 Northeastern 12-2
1987-88* Boston
Maine
12-2
1988-89 Maine 13-1
1989-90 Maine 11-1
1990-91 Maine 9-1
1991-92 Vermont 14-0
1992-93 Vermont 14-0
1993-94 Maine 12-2
1994-95 Maine 14-2
1995-96 Maine 18-0
1996-97 Maine 17-1
1997-98 Vermont 15-3
1998-99 Maine 17-1
1999-00 Vermont 15-3
2000-01 Delaware 17-1
2001-02 Vermont 14-2
2002-03 Maine 16-0
2003-04 Maine 17-1
2004-05 Maine 16-2
2005-06 Hartford 15-1
2006-07 Hartford 15-1
2007-08 Hartford 14-2
2008-09 Boston 16-0
2009-10 Hartford 16-0
2010-11 UMBC 13-3
2011-12 Boston 15-1
2012-13 Albany 16-0
2013-14 Albany 15-1
2014-15* Albany
Maine
14-2
2015-16* Albany
Maine
15-1
2016-17 New Hampshire 15-1
2017-18 Maine 13-3
2018-19 Maine 15-1

List of tournament champions

Year Winner Score Opponent Most Outstanding Player Venue
1985 Northeastern 73-59 Maine N/A
1986 Northeastern 62-55 Boston N/A
1987 Northeastern 55-48 Maine N/A
1988 Boston 66-62 Maine N/A
1989 Boston 60-54 Northeastern N/A
1990 Maine 64-54 Boston Rachel Bouchard, Maine
1991 Maine 79-64 Vermont Rachel Bouchard, Maine
1992 Vermont 70-50 Maine Sharon Bay, Vermont
1993 Vermont 62-45 Maine Sharon Bay, Vermont
1994 Vermont 53-51 Northeastern Sheri Turnbull, Vermont
1995 Maine 70-59 Northeastern Cindy Blodgett, Maine
1996 Maine 88-55 Vermont Cindy Blodgett, Maine
1997 Maine 92-70 Vermont Cindy Blodgett, Maine
1998 Maine 81-80 Vermont Cindy Blodgett, Maine Alfond Arena (Orono, ME)
1999 Northeastern 57-55 Maine Tesha Tinsley, Northeastern Patrick Gym (Burlington, VT)
2000 Vermont 77-50 Maine Karalyn Church, Vermont Patrick Gym (Burlington, VT)
2001 Delaware 69-64 Vermont Cindy Johnson, Delaware Patrick Gym (Burlington, VT)
2002 Hartford 60-57 Stony Brook Kenitra Johnson, Hartford Chase Arena (Hartford, CT)
2003 Boston 69-65 Maine Katie Terhune, Boston University Chase Arena (Hartford, CT)
2004 Maine 68-43 Boston Cindy Blodgett, Maine Chase Arena (Hartford, CT)
2005 Hartford 52-50 Boston Erika Messam, Hartford Chase Arena (Hartford, CT)
2006 Hartford 75-56 Boston Erika Messam, Hartford Chase Arena (Hartford, CT)
2007 UMBC 48-46 Hartford Amanda Robinson, UMBC Binghamton University Events Center (Binghamton, NY)
2008 Hartford 61-45 Boston Lisa Etienne, Hartford Chase Arena (Hartford, CT)
1997 Vermont 74-66 Boston Courtnay Pilypaitis, Vermont Chase Arena (Hartford, CT)
2010 Vermont 55-50 Hartford Courtnay Pilypaitis, Vermont Chase Arena (Hartford, CT)
2011 Hartford 65-53 Boston Alex Hall, Hartford Agganis Arena (Boston, MA)
2012 Albany 69-61 UMBC Ebone Henry, Albany SEFCU Arena (Albany, NY)
2013 Albany 61-52 Hartford Megan Craig, Albany SEFCU Arena (Albany, NY)
2014 Albany 70-46 Stony Brook Shereesha Richards, Albany SEFCU Arena (Albany, NY)
2015 Albany 84-75 Hartford Shereesha Richards, Albany SEFCU Arena (Albany, NY)
2016 Albany 59-58 Maine Shereesha Richards, Albany SEFCU Arena (Albany, NY)
2017 Albany 66-50 Maine Imani Tate, Albany SEFCU Arena (Albany, NY)
2018 Maine 74-65 Hartford Blanca Millan, Maine Cross Insurance Center (Bangor, ME)

Lacrosse

Soccer

See also

References

  1. ^ "No. 16 UMBC over No. 1 Virginia will change March Madness forever". cbssports.com. Retrieved 2018.
  2. ^ "What's next for America East?". ESPN. Retrieved 2018.
  3. ^ "UMass Lowell Keeps Rising as Sports Move to Division 1". Uml.edu. Retrieved .
  4. ^ The Lowell Sun (2013-02-15). "UMass Lowell move makes a lot of sense - Lowell Sun Online". Lowellsun.com. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Cal, UC Davis, Pacific, Stanford Added As #AEFH Associate Members" (Press release). America East Conference. Retrieved .
  6. ^ a b "Men's Swimming & Diving to Return as Championship Sport; VMI Joins as Associate Member" (Press release). America East Conference. December 15, 2016. Retrieved 2016. The America East Conference announced today the return of men's swimming & diving as a championship sport and that Virginia Military Institute (VMI) will join America East an associate member in men's and women's swimming & diving. Both changes are effective for the 2017-18 academic year.
  7. ^ "Monmouth University Added as Associate Member in Field Hockey" (Press release). America East Conference. July 12, 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  8. ^ "America East field hockey adds member to end East-West format". BANGOR DAILY NEWS. Retrieved 2018.
  9. ^ "MAAC to Add Field Hockey" (Press release). Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. April 19, 2013. Retrieved 2013.
  10. ^ "Women's Volleyball To Join BIG EAST Conference" (Press release). Providence College Athletics. April 7, 2014. Retrieved 2014.
  11. ^ "NJIT to join Atlantic Sun". Fox Sports. Associated Press. June 11, 2015. Retrieved 2015.
  12. ^ "The Official Website of the America East Conference". AmericaEast.com. Retrieved .

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