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The Division-II Lone Star Conference, founded on April 25, 1931, has grown from a five-team conference of Texas-based schools to a 15-member league that spans three states (Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico). Throughout the league’s 74-year history, various institutions have competed under the LSC banner. Today, only Texas A&M University-Commerce (then East Texas State) remains from the original group that was formed in 1931 when North Texas State, Southwest Texas State, Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin withdrew from the old Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association.

East Central University, Southeastern Oklahoma State University, and Southwestern Oklahoma State University left to form the Great American Conference in the 2011-2012 school year. The University of Central Oklahoma and Northeastern State University left to join the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association.


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