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arrow 08/17/2015 MEM Mid-South Conference Adds Six Affiliate Members
arrow 08/14/2015 MEM NAIA Competitive Cheer & Dance Achieves Milestone in Emerging Sport Process
arrow 08/05/2015 MEM USA Special Olympics Volleyball Team Wins Gold Medal
arrow 08/03/2015 MEM Updated NAIA Handbook Published Online
arrow 07/31/2015 Golf (W) Embry-Riddle (Ariz.) Wins Top Academic Award by GCAA
arrow 07/30/2015 MEM Tom Seitz Named Crossroads League Commissioner
arrow 07/30/2015 MEM Coale to be Inducted into Women's Basketball Hall of Fame
arrow 07/29/2015 MEM Huge Success for Second Annual Showcase
arrow 07/28/2015 MEM NAIA Announces New Partnership with Herff Jones
arrow 07/22/2015 MEM NAIA Signs Three-Year Deal with Techline Sports Lighting
arrow 07/20/2015 MEM 2015 NACWAA Administrator of the Year Honorees Announced
arrow 07/20/2015 MEM Wilson Announces Retirement as Vanguard AD
arrow 07/15/2015 MEM NAIA and Krossover Intelligence Announce Partnership
arrow 07/09/2015 MEM Red River Athletic Conference Launches New Brand
arrow 07/09/2015 MEM NAIA Renews Partnership with Rawlings and Worth
arrow 07/07/2015 MLacrosse KCAC Adds Lacrosse as 2015-16 Championship Sports
arrow 06/29/2015 Golf (W) Gasaway Appreciates Community Feel of Dalton State vs other NCAA Schools
arrow 06/25/2015 MEM Great Plains Athletic Conference Unveils New Logo
arrow 06/18/2015 MLacrosse Invitational Status approved for NAIA Men's, Women's Lacrosse
arrow 06/18/2015 MEM Truett-McConnell and Lindenwood-Belleville Joins Mid-South Conference as Affiliate Members
arrow 06/18/2015 MEM The Southern States Athletic Conference Renews Partnership with the City of Montgomery
arrow 06/17/2015 MEM Six-Year NAIA Ejection Trends
arrow 06/17/2015 MEM NACDA recognizes NAIA’s 50-year partnership
arrow 06/16/2015 COC Impact of Live 5 Character Programming
arrow 06/15/2015 MEM 2015 NAIA-SIDA Convention Recap
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