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The Little East Conference (LEC) is a Division-III conference. The member institutions are located in the northeastern U.S. states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island.

The Little East Conference officially began on April 28, 1986 as a playing conference for men's and women's basketball among six New England institutions: Eastern Connecticut State University, Plymouth State University (formerly Plymouth State College), Rhode Island College, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (formerly Southeastern Massachusetts University), the University of Massachusetts Boston and the University of Southern Maine. The number of participating institutions rose to seven with the addition of Western Connecticut State University in 1993-94 and then to eight for the 1997-98 year as Keene State College joined.

Since the inception of the Little East Conference, baseball has been the conference's most recognizable sport. Two conference teams, Eastern Connecticut State University and the University of Southern Maine have won a combined six NCAA Division-III National Titles.


[edit] 2013 Schools

[edit] Conference Baseball Champions

Year Regular Season Tournament
1997 Eastern Connecticut State University / University of Southern Maine University of Southern Maine
1998 Eastern Connecticut State University Eastern Connecticut State University
1999 Eastern Connecticut State University / University of Southern Maine University of Southern Maine
2000 Eastern Connecticut State University / University of Southern Maine University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
2001 University of Southern Maine Eastern Connecticut State University
2002 Eastern Connecticut State University Western Connecticut State University
2003 Eastern Connecticut State University Eastern Connecticut State University
2004 Eastern Connecticut State University Eastern Connecticut State University
2005 Eastern Connecticut State University Rhode Island College
2006 Keene State College / University of Southern Maine Eastern Connecticut State University
2007 Eastern Connecticut State University Eastern Connecticut State University
2008 Keene State College Keene State College
2009 University of Southern Maine Eastern Connecticut State University
2010 Eastern Connecticut State University University of Massachusetts Boston
2011 Eastern Connecticut State University Rhode Island College
2012 University of Southern Maine University of Southern Maine
2013 University of Southern Maine University of Southern Maine


Source: Little East Conference

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