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Gulf Coast Conference

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Gulf Coast Conference
GCC
Established1949
Dissolved1957
AssociationNCAA
DivisionNone (1949–1956)
College Division (1956–1957)
Members3–5
RegionSouth Central United States
HeadquartersDenton, Texas
CommissionerD. L. Ligon
Locations
Gulf Coast Conference locations

The Gulf Coast Conference (GCC) was a short-lived NCAA college athletic conference composed of universities in the U.S. state of Texas from 1949 until 1957. The charter members of the conference were University of Houston, Midwestern University (now Midwestern State University), North Texas State College (now the University of North Texas), and Trinity University.[1] The Gulf Coast Conference spawned from then members of the Lone Star Conference, and its president was D.L. Ligon.[2] In 1956, when the NCAA created divisions, all members of the conference at the time were classified as part of the NCAA's College Division, which was later subdivided into Division II and Division III in 1973. Charter member Houston had already left for the Missouri Valley Conference by the end of 1950, and was classified as a University Division school, which later became known as Division I.

Members

Membership timeline

Hardin–Simmons UniversityAbilene Christian UniversityTrinity University (Texas)University of North TexasMidwestern State UniversityUniversity of Houston

Current conference affiliations

Conference championships

Baseball

Year Conference champion Conference record
1950 Houston 4–0

Football

Year Conference champion(s) Conference record
1949 Midwestern State 3–0
1950 Midwestern State
North Texas
2–0–1
1951 North Texas 2–0
1952 North Texas 2–0
1953 Trinity 2–0
1954 Trinity 2–0
1955 Abilene Christian
North Texas
2–0
1956 North Texas 2–0–1

Men's basketball

Year Conference champion(s) Conference record
1949–50 Houston 6–0
1950–51 North Texas 3–1
1951–52 North Texas 4–2
1952–53 North Texas 7–1
1953–54 North Texas 7–1
1954–55 Midwestern State 8–0
1955–56 Midwestern State 4–0
1956–57 Abilene Christian
Midwestern State
4–0

References

  1. ^ Burton, Charles (1949-08-30). "The Inside Story". The Dallas Morning News. p. 18.
  2. ^ "1949-50: Indians begin the Midwestern University era". Midwestern State Mustangs athletics. 2008-05-28. Archived from the original on 2011-07-14. Retrieved 2009-09-18.
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