Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference

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The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) is a NCAA Division-II conference consisting of historically black colleges located in five states: Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, South Carolina and Tennessee.

Formed in 1913, two of the original participating schools have held continuous memberships: Clark College (now Clark Atlanta University) and Tuskegee University. On December 30, 1913, representatives of the following institutions met at Morehouse College to consider the regulations of intercollegiate athletics among black colleges in the southeast: Alabama State University, Atlanta University, Clark College, Morehouse College, Morris Brown College, Talladega College and Tuskegee Institute. The representatives formed The Southeastern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference which has had a continuous history to the present. In 1929, they changed the name of this organization to The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.


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Source: Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference