California community college athletic association

California Community College Athletic Association
Abbreviation CCCAA
Headquarters Sacramento, CA
Membership 104 schools
Executive Director Carlyle Carter (since 2005)
Website California. It oversees 104 athletic programs throughout the state.

Over 26,000 student athletes participate annually in intercollegiate athletics at California’s community colleges and more than 100 regional and state final events produce champions in 23 men’s and women’s sports each year. The majority of student athletes participating at a California community college transferred to a four-year college or university to continue their academic and athletic endeavors.


Member teams compete in badminton (women's), baseball (men's), basketball (men's and women), cross country (men's and women), golf (men's and women), football (men's), soccer (men's and women's), softball (women's), swimming and diving (men's and women), tennis (men's and women), track and field (men's and women), volleyball (men's and women's), water polo (men's and women's), and wrestling (men's).


Bay Valley Conference

Big 8 Conference

Central Valley Conference

Coast Conference



Foothill Conference

Golden Valley Conference

Orange Empire Conference

Pacific Coast Athletic Conference

South Coast Conference

Western State Conference



External links

  • The California Community College Athletic Association
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