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New England Collegiate Conference

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New England Collegiate Conference
New England Collegiate Conference logo
DivisionDivision III
Members10 (9 main members + 1 provisional member)
Sports fielded
  • 16
    • men's: 8
    • women's: 8
RegionNew England
HeadquartersNorth Attleborough, Massachusetts
CommissionerDel Malloy / Katie Hartman-Boldvich (since 2008 / 2018)
New England Collegiate Conference locations

The New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) is an NCAA Division III college athletic conference based in the Northeastern United States.


In June 2007, nine colleges from New England announced the creation of a new athletic conference under the same NECC name.

The league, which began operations July 1, 2008, as a Division III conference, includes Bay Path College (Longmeadow, Mass.), Becker College (Leicester, Mass.), Elms College (Chicopee, Mass.), Lesley University (Cambridge, Massachusetts), Mitchell College (New London, Conn.), Newbury College (Brookline, Mass.), Southern Vermont College (Bennington, Vt.), and Wheelock College (Boston, Mass.). Regis College (Weston, Mass.) joined in the 2011–12 academic year, but left for the Great Northeast Athletic Conference after the 2016–17 academic year. Daniel Webster College (Nashua, NH), formerly in the league, ceased operating in May 2017.

The conference will expand over the next few years with the addition of Dean College (Franklin, Mass.) in 2017-18[1] and the additions of Eastern Nazarene College (Quincy, Mass.) [2] and New England College (Henniker, N.H.) [3] in 2018–19. However, Wheelock left the conference at the end of the 2017–18 school year as it merged into Boston University.

Southern Vermont College and Newbury College both announced they would cease operations after the 2018-19 academic year.[4][5]


Conference sports
Sport Men's Women's
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Cross Country
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Field hockey
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Member schools

Full members

Institution Location Nickname Founded Type Enrollment Joined
Bay Path University Longmeadow, Massachusetts Wildcats 1897 Private 3,225 2008
Becker College Worcester, Massachusetts Hawks 1784 Private 2,079 2008
Dean College± Franklin, Massachusetts Bulldogs 1865 Private 1,055 2017
Elms College Chicopee, Massachusetts Blazers 1899 Catholic 1,713 2008
Lesley University Cambridge, Massachusetts Lynx 1909 Private 9,625 2008
Mitchell College New London, Connecticut Mariners 1938 Private 1,000 2008
Newbury College Brookline, Massachusetts Nighthawks 1962 Private 751 2008

(closing in 2019)

Southern Vermont College Bennington, Vermont Mountaineers 1926 Private 410
Eastern Nazarene College Quincy, Massachusetts Lions 1900 Private (Nazarene) 1,063 2018
New England College Henniker, New Hampshire Pilgrims 1946 Private 2,000 2018

† - Women's college, therefore not competing in men's sports
± - Started four-year provisional NCAA membership in 2017–18

Associate members

Institution Location Nickname Founded Type Enrollment Joined Primary Conference NECC Sport
Babson College Wellesley, Massachusetts Beavers 1919 Private/Non-sectarian 3,200 2009-10 NEWMAC men's golf
Endicott College Beverly, Massachusetts Gulls 1939 Private 4,600 2011-12 CCC men's volleyball
Springfield College Springfield, Massachusetts Pride 1885 Private/Non-sectarian 5,062 2008-09 NEWMAC men's golf

Future members

Institution Location Nickname Founded Type Enrollment Joining Departing

Future associate member

Institution Location Nickname Founded Type Enrollment Joining Primary conference NECC sport
Nichols College Dudley, Massachusetts Bison 1815 Private
1,915 2018–19 CCC Men's volleyball

Former members

Institution Location Nickname Founded Type Joined Left Current
Daniel Webster College Nashua, New Hampshire Eagles 1965 Private 2008 2017 N/A (ceased operations)
Regis College1 Weston, Massachusetts Pride 1927 Catholic 2011 2017 GNAC
Wheelock College Boston, Massachusetts Wildcats 1888 Private 2008 2018 N/A (merged with Boston University)

Membership timeline

Nichols CollegeNew England CollegeDean CollegeEastern Nazarene CollegeGreat Northeast Athletic ConferenceRegis College (Massachusetts)Endicott CollegeBabson CollegeSpringfield CollegeWheelock CollegeSouthern Vermont CollegeNewbury College (United States)Mitchell CollegeLesley UniversityElms CollegeDaniel Webster CollegeBecker CollegeBay Path College


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  4. ^ Therrien, Jim (March 4, 2019). "Shock as Southern Vermont College announces closing". Berkshire Eagle. Retrieved March 12, 2019.
  5. ^ Krantz, Laura; Fernandes, Deirdre (December 14, 2018). "Newbury College to shut down in the spring". Boston Globe.

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