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List of Division 1 NJCAA Schools

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List of Division 1 NJCAA Schools

There are 221 Division I teams in the NJCAA that play in 24 different regions.

Members

Alabama

Arizona

Arkansas

Colorado

Florida

Georgia

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Ellsworth community college panthers iowa falls

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maryland

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

Nevada

New Mexico

New York

  • Globe Institute of Technology Knights in New York City
  • Monroe College Mustangs in Bronx
  • ASA College -Brooklyn

North Carolina

North Dakota

Oklahoma

Pennsylvania

South Carolina

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

West Virginia

Wyoming

Note

The schools listed above may not compete in Division I in all sports. For instance, many schools in Kansas compete in Division I basketball while competing in Division II in softball and volleyball. Highland (Kan.) and Johnson County compete in Division I baseball but have Division II teams in all other sports (except Highland football because NJCAA football is not split into divisions).

See also

References

Sources

  • NJCAA
  • Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference website
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