California Community College Athletic Association

The California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) is a sports association for community colleges in the U.S. state of California. It oversees 108 athletic programs throughout the state. The organization was formed in 1929 as the California Junior College Federation to unify programs in Northern and Southern California.[1]

California Community College Athletic Association
AbbreviationCCCAA (note: read as 3C2A)
HeadquartersSacramento, California
Membership
108 schools
Executive Director
Carlyle Carter (since 2005)
Websitehttp://www.cccaasports.org

Over 26,000 student athletes participate annually in intercollegiate athletics at California’s community colleges and more than 100 regional and state final events produce champions in 24 men’s and women’s sports each year. The majority of student athletes participating at a California community college transfer to a four-year college or university to continue their academic and athletic endeavors.

There are nine all-sport conferences, two football-only conferences, and three wrestling-only alliances.

Sports

The CCCAA sponsors championships in the following sports:

Conference sports
SportMen'sWomen's
Badminton
Y
Baseball
Y
Basketball
Y
Y
Beach volleyball
Y
Cross Country
Y
Y
Football
Y
Golf
Y
Y
Soccer
Y
Y
Softball
Y
Swimming & Diving
Y
Y
Tennis
Y
Y
Track and field (outdoor)
Y
Y
Volleyball
Y
Water polo
Y
Y
Wrestling
Y

Records

Conferences

Bay Valley Conference

Big 8 Conference

Central Valley Conference

Coast Conference

North

South

Golden Valley Conference

Orange Empire Conference

Pacific Coast Athletic Conference

South Coast Conference

Western State Conference

North

South

References


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