The Summit League, or The Summit, is an NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletic conference with its membership mostly located in the Midwestern United States from Indiana and Illinois on the East of the Mississippi River to the Dakotas and Nebraska on the West, with additional members in the Western state of Colorado and the Southern state of Oklahoma. Founded as the Association of Mid-Continent Universities in 1982, it was rebranded as the Mid-Continent Conference in 1989. On June 1, 2007, the conference changed its name from the Mid-Continent Conference. League headquarters are in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
|Established||June 18, 1982|
|Members||9 full (4 associates)|
|Former names||Association of Mid-Continent Universities (1982–1989)|
Mid-Continent Conference (1989–2007)
|Headquarters||Sioux Falls, South Dakota|
|Commissioner||Tom Douple (since 2005)|
The membership currently consists of nine full members plus four associate members. In July 2020, the University of Missouri–Kansas City will return as a full member after a seven-year absence with the new athletic identity of the Kansas City Roos, while Purdue University Fort Wayne will leave for the Horizon League. A total of 31 schools have been full members, but the only charter member remaining in the league today is Western Illinois University.
Current full members
|University of Denver||Denver, Colorado||1864||Private||11,952||$711,345,798||2013||Pioneers|
|University of Nebraska Omaha||Omaha, Nebraska||1908||Public||15,431||$72,000,000||2012||Mavericks|
|University of North Dakota||Grand Forks, North Dakota||1883||Public||13,847||$230,600,000||2018||Fighting Hawks|
|North Dakota State University||Fargo, North Dakota||1890||Public||14,358||$201,600,000||2007||Bison|
|Oral Roberts University||Tulsa, Oklahoma||1963||Private||4,053||$40,490,533||1997
|Purdue University Fort Wayne||Fort Wayne, Indiana||1964||Public||10,139||$46,433,698||2007||Mastodons|
|University of South Dakota||Vermillion, South Dakota||1862||Public||10,151||$213,560,000||2011||Coyotes|
|South Dakota State University||Brookings, South Dakota||1881||Public||12,613||$135,700,000||2007||Jackrabbits|
|Western Illinois University||Macomb, Illinois||1899||Public||7,624||$32,134,249||1982||Leathernecks|
- Oral Roberts was a previous member of the conference from 1997–98 to 2011–12, before rejoining in 2014.
- Purdue Fort Wayne (PFW) did not begin operation until 2018, but inherited its athletic program from Indiana University – Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW), founded in 1964. IPFW was dissolved in 2018 by the Purdue University and Indiana University systems, with each system establishing a new Fort Wayne campus.
- Endowment figures reflect those of IPFW, and do not reflect the 2018 institutional split. The endowment division between the newly created IU Fort Wayne and PFW will not necessarily match the new schools' shares of the former IPFW student body.
- The Mid-Con did not sponsor women's sports until 1992–93. Before that time, Western Illinois had been a member of the Gateway Collegiate Athletic Conference, which began as a women's-only conference and added football in 1985; WIU was a member of both sides of the conference. When the Gateway merged its women's side into the Missouri Valley Conference, WIU moved its women's sports into the Mid-Con, but has kept its football team in the Gateway (now known as the Missouri Valley Football Conference) to this day.
Current associate members
|Drake University||Des Moines, Iowa||1881||Private||5,270||2017–18||Bulldogs||MVC||Men's tennis|
|Eastern Illinois University||Charleston, Illinois||1895||Public||7,806||2005–06sw.dv.
|Panthers||OVC||swimming and diving,|
|Illinois State University||Normal, Illinois||1857||Public||20,706||2017–18||Redbirds||MVC||Men's tennis|
|Valparaiso University||Valparaiso, Indiana||1859||Private||4,500||2017–18||Crusaders||MVC||Men's swimming|
- Valparaiso does not include diving in its intercollegiate aquatics program for either men or women.
|University of Missouri–Kansas City||Kansas City, Missouri||1933||Public||16,944||$1.2 billion (systemwide)||2020||Roos|
|University of St. Thomas||Saint Paul, Minnesota||1885||Private||9,878||$519 million||2021||Tommies||St. Thomas's membership is pending approval by the NCAA of a waiver to move directly from Division III to Division I.|
Former full members
The Summit League has 22 former members.
- This school joined the then-Mid-Continent Conference before the league began sponsoring women's sports in 1992–93. It had previously been a member of the women's sports-only North Star Conference, which was absorbed by the Mid-Con in 1992.
- Before the Mid-Con began sponsoring women's sports in 1992–93, Eastern Illinois had been a member of the Gateway Collegiate Athletic Conference, which began as a women's-only conference and added football in 1985; EIU was a member of both sides of the conference. When the Gateway merged its women's side into the Missouri Valley Conference, EIU moved its women's sports into the Mid-Con, but kept its football team in the Gateway until it moved its entire athletic program into the Ohio Valley Conference in 1996.
- UMKC will return to The Summit League in 2020 with the athletic identity of Kansas City Roos.
Former associate members
|DePaul University||Chicago, Illinois||1898||Private||24,414||1992–93||1998–99||Blue Demons||Big East||softball|
|Howard University||Washington, D.C.||1867||Private||10,000||1996–97||1998–99||Bison||MEAC||men's soccer|
|C.W. Post of Long Island University||Brookville, New York||1954||Public||8,472||1994–95||1997–98||Pioneers||NEC||baseball|
|New York Institute of Technology||New York, NY||1955||Private||13,000||1994–95||1997–98||Bears||East Coast (ECC)
(NCAA Division II)
|Oral Roberts University||Tulsa, OK||1963||Private||3,417||2012–13||2013–14||Golden Eagles||Southland||men's soccer|
|Pace University||New York, NY||1906||Private||12,772||1994–95||1997–98||Setters||Northeast-10 (NE-10)
(NCAA Division II)
|Quincy University||Quincy, Illinois||1860||Private||1,269||1994–95||1995–96||Hawks||GLVC
(NCAA Division II)
|Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIU Edwardsville)||Edwardsville, Illinois||1957||Public||13,850||1994–95||1995–96||Cougars||OVC||men's soccer|
|University of South Dakota||Vermillion, South Dakota||1862||Public||10,151||2009–10||2010–11||Coyotes||Summit||swimming and diving|
|South Dakota State University||Brookings, South Dakota||1881||Public||12,851||2005–06||2006–07||Jackrabbits||Summit||swimming and diving|
|State University of New York at Oneonta||Oneonta, New York||1889||Public||5,852||1996–97||1998–98||Red Dragons||SUNYAC
(NCAA Division III)
- Howard currently plays men's soccer in the Sun Belt Conference.
- After the 2018–19 school year, Long Island University merged the LIU Post athletic program with the program of its other principal campus, LIU Brooklyn, creating a new Division I program that now competes as the LIU Sharks. The unified athletic program, which maintains Brooklyn's memberships in Division I and the Northeast Conference, now fields a single baseball team that plays on the Post campus in Brookville.
- NYIT remained in Division I baseball through the 2017 season (2016–17 school year), after which it downgraded baseball to Division II and added that sport to its existing ECC membership.
- Between Oral Roberts' 2012 departure for the Southland Conference and 2014 return to the Summit League, it maintained Summit associate membership in men's soccer.
- SIU Edwardsville currently plays men's soccer in the Mid-American Conference.
The association was created on June 18, 1982 at the O'Hare Hilton Hotel in Chicago, Illinois as the Association of Mid-Continent Universities (or AMCU or AMCU-8, pronounced Am-cue), which it was known as until 1989. The conference sponsored football from 1982 until 1984 at the Division I-AA level (now Division I FCS), and current members North Dakota, North Dakota State, South Dakota, South Dakota State, and Western Illinois have FCS football programs.
Changes and the addition of women's sports
In the early 1990s, the conference saw its first changes. Southwest Missouri State departed for membership in the Missouri Valley Conference as the University of Akron and Northern Illinois University joined in 1990. Then Wright State University joined in 1991 as Northern Iowa followed Southwest Missouri State to the MVC.
Major changes came to the conference in 1992. First, Akron left for the Mid-American Conference (MAC) and was replaced by another Ohio school, Youngstown State University. More significantly, the Mid-Continent added women's sports by absorbing the North Star Conference (NSC), a women's-only league whose final seven members had all been in the Mid-Continent. All of the final NSC members except for Akron moved their women's sports into the Mid-Continent. At the same time, Eastern Illinois and Western Illinois moved their women's sports into the Mid-Continent when their former women's sports home, the Gateway Conference, merged into the Missouri Valley Conference. A year later, the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee joined the Mid-Continent.
Horizon and ECC transitions
In 1994, charter members Cleveland State University, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay, as well as newer members Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Northern Illinois, and Wright State left the conference to join the Midwestern Collegiate Conference, now known as the Horizon League.
In response, the Mid-Continent absorbed Central Connecticut State University, Chicago State University, the University at Buffalo, Troy State University (now Troy University), and Northeastern Illinois University from the collapsed East Coast Conference. None of these institutions remain in the league.
Missouri-Kansas City, formerly an independent, also joined the Mid-Continent Conference in 1994.
Eastern Illinois moved to the Ohio Valley Conference in 1996, reducing membership to nine programs. Troy State departed for the Trans America Athletic Conference while Central Connecticut went to the Northeast Conference in 1997. Buffalo joined the MAC in 1998 while Northeastern Illinois ceased intercollegiate athletics at that time. Oral Roberts University and Southern Utah University replaced the former pair while Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) and Oakland University moved into the latter duo's spots a year later.
Youngstown State switched to the Horizon League in 2001, and was replaced by Centenary College in 2003. Chicago State University announced in the spring of 2006 that it would withdraw from the conference to compete as an independent starting in the 2006-07 school year. Charter member Valparaiso University then moved to the Horizon in 2007.
Renewed expansion and contraction
At the Mid-Continent Conference annual Presidents Council meeting in 2006, conference expansion was discussed at length, and Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW, now Purdue Fort Wayne), North Dakota State, and South Dakota State were approved for site visits. On August 30, 2006, IPFW accepted an invitation to join the Mid-Continent Conference as a full member starting July 1, 2007. The following day, North Dakota State and South Dakota State also accepted invitations to join the conference.
The Summit League continued its renewed expansion push with the admission of the University of South Dakota. The Coyotes began conference play in the 2011–12 academic year and become eligible for all championships the following season. Centenary College subsequently announced that it would leave the Summit League following the 2010–2011 campaign.
The University of North Dakota had also been openly rumored to have been courted by the Summit League, but controversy over the Fighting Sioux nickname in all likelihood prevented UND's admission at that time. Expectations that UND would join the Summit League came to an end on November 1, 2010, when North Dakota instead accepted an invitation to join the Big Sky Conference. The University of South Dakota entered into very brief negotiations to join the Big Sky as well, rather than continuing their plans to join the Summit. However, South Dakota chose instead to remain with the more compact Summit League (along with other Dakota schools, NDSU and SDSU). As the University of Nebraska Omaha began the transition to Division I athletics in all sports, it joined the Summit League on July 1, 2012. With the departures of Centenary to Division III at the end of the 2010-11 athletic year, and Southern Utah and Oral Roberts for other Division I conferences at the end of the 2011-12 athletic year, the Summit League continued with nine institutions, all within the Midwest geographical region.
The conference unveiled the University of Denver (DU) as its 10th member on November 27, 2012, and the Pioneers joined in July 2013. While Denver is slightly outside The Summit's current Midwestern base, travel issues for the other members were seemingly minimized by the city's status as a major air hub. Then, with Denver among the eight of ten WAC members switching to other conferences, that league was searching for new members, and on February 7, 2013, it was announced that UMKC would be one of six schools joining the WAC for the 2013-14 season, dropping the Summit league back to nine member schools. On May 7, 2013, membership fell to eight schools, when Oakland announced that it was joining the Horizon League. With Oakland's move, eight of the nine then-current Horizon League programs were former Summit League members (the Horizon has since added a second member that was never in The Summit League, Northern Kentucky).
In December 2013, The Summit League office announced that Oral Roberts University was returning to the conference in all sports, effective July 1, 2014.
The most recent changes to the conference's core membership were announced in 2017. First, on January 26, North Dakota, which had resolved its controversy by selecting the new nickname Fighting Hawks, was unveiled as a new member beginning in 2018. Then, on June 28, IUPUI announced it would leave the conference to join the Horizon League effective July 1, 2017.
For much of 2018, speculation involving further league expansion focused on Augustana University, a Division II school located in the Summit's headquarters city of Sioux Falls. Many of the school's boosters are tied to Sanford Health, a hospital company that has long been a major league sponsor and also owns the office complex that houses the league headquarters. On December 14, the university announced that it would start a transition to Division I, though stating at the time that no such move would take place until at least 2021. The conference would expand anyway, announcing in June 2019 that UMKC would return in 2020 after a seven-year absence. However, shortly thereafter, Purdue Fort Wayne announced its 2020 departure for the Horizon League, maintaining the full-time conference membership at nine schools. Then, on October 4, 2019, the University of St. Thomas, a Minnesota school that was set to be expelled from its longtime athletic home of the NCAA Division III Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) in 2021, announced that it had received an invitation to join the Summit upon its MIAC departure. In order for St. Thomas to directly transition to the Summit, it must receive a waiver of an NCAA rule stating that Division III schools can only transition to Division II.
Full members Full members (non-football) Associate member (baseball, men's soccer, softball, swimming and diving, or men's tennis)
- Purdue Fort Wayne joined the league as IPFW. The athletic branding was changed to "Fort Wayne" in 2016, and to Purdue Fort Wayne shortly before the dissolution of IPFW on July 1, 2018.
- Southwest Missouri State adopted its current name of Missouri State University in 2005.
- The two former members that are part of the University of Wisconsin System, namely UW–Green Bay and UW–Milwaukee, now brand themselves for athletic purposes as "Green Bay" and "Milwaukee".
- Troy State adopted its current name of Troy University in 2004.
- UMKC rebranded its athletic program as "Kansas City" in 2019, a year before its scheduled return to the league.
The Summit League sponsors championship competition in nine men's and ten women's NCAA sanctioned sports. Former full member Eastern Illinois is an associate member for men's and women's swimming and diving and men's soccer. Drake and Illinois State became associate members in men's tennis starting in 2017–18, and former full member Valparaiso rejoined for men's swimming and men's tennis at the same time.
|Swimming and diving||6||6|
|Track and field (indoor)||6||8|
|Track and field (outdoor)||6||8|
Men's sponsored sports by school
- Associate member: Eastern Illinois
- Associate members: Eastern Illinois and Valparaiso (swimming only)
- Associate members: Drake, Illinois State, and Valparaiso
Men's varsity sports not sponsored by The Summit League which are played by member schools:
|North Dakota||FCS independent||NCHC||—||—||—||—|
|North Dakota State||MVFC||—||—||—||—||Big 12|
|Purdue Fort Wayne||—||—||—||—||MIVA||—|
|South Dakota State||MVFC||—||—||—||—||Big 12|
- North Dakota football will join the MVFC in 2020.
Women's sponsored sports by school
- Associate member Eastern Illinois.
Women's varsity sports not sponsored by The Summit League which are played by member schools:
|Denver||—||Big 12||Big East||RMISA|
|South Dakota State||United Equestrian Conference &|
National Collegiate Equestrian Association
Men's basketball in the NCAA tournament
|1986||Cleveland State||14*||defeated Indiana|
defeated Saint Joseph's
lost to Navy
|1987||Southwest Missouri State||13||defeated Clemson|
lost to Kansas
|1988||Southwest Missouri State||13||lost to UNLV|
|1989||Southwest Missouri State||14||lost to Seton Hall|
|1990||Southwest Missouri State||9*||lost to North Carolina|
|Northern Iowa||14||defeated Missouri|
lost to Minnesota
|1991||Green Bay||12||lost to Michigan State|
|Northern Illinois||13*||lost to St. John's|
|1992||Eastern Illinois||15||lost to Indiana|
|1993||Wright State||16||lost to Indiana|
|1994||Green Bay||12||defeated California|
lost to Syracuse
|1996||Valparaiso||14||lost to Arizona|
|1997||Valparaiso||12||lost to Boston College|
|1998||Valparaiso||13||defeated Ole Miss|
defeated Florida State
lost to Rhode Island
|1999||Valparaiso||15||lost to Maryland|
|2000||Valparaiso||16||lost to Michigan State|
|2001||Southern Utah||14||lost to Boston College|
|2002||Valparaiso||13||lost to Kentucky|
|2003||IUPUI||16||lost to Kentucky|
|2004||Valparaiso||15||lost to Gonzaga|
|2005||Oakland||16||defeated Alabama A&M**|
Lost to North Carolina
|2006||Oral Roberts||16||lost to Memphis|
|2007||Oral Roberts||14||lost to Washington State|
|2008||Oral Roberts||13||lost to Pittsburgh|
|2009||North Dakota State||14||lost to Kansas|
|2010||Oakland||14||lost to Pittsburgh|
|2011||Oakland||13||lost to Texas|
|2012||South Dakota State||14||lost to Baylor|
|2013||South Dakota State||13||lost to Michigan|
|2014||North Dakota State||12||defeated Oklahoma |
lost to San Diego State
|2015||North Dakota State||15||lost to Gonzaga|
|2016||South Dakota State||12||lost to Maryland|
|2017||South Dakota State||16||lost to Gonzaga|
|2018||South Dakota State||12||lost to Ohio State|
|2019||North Dakota State||16||defeated NCCU** |
lost to Duke
* At-large bid
** Opening round game
Future member Kansas City in gray. Departing member Purdue Fort Wayne in red.
|School||Soccer stadium||Capacity||Basketball arena||Capacity||Baseball field||Capacity||Softball field||Capacity|
|Denver||CIBER Field at the University of Denver Soccer Stadium||2,000||Magness Arena||7,200||Non-baseball school||Non-softball school|
|Kansas City||Durwood Soccer Stadium||850||Municipal Auditorium (men)
Swinney Recreation Center (women)
|Non-baseball school||Urban Youth Academy||N/A|
|North Dakota||Bronson Field||N/A||Betty Engelstad Sioux Center||3,300||Non-baseball school||Apollo Sports Complex||N/A|
|North Dakota State||Dacotah Field||2,600||Scheels Center||5,644||Newman Outdoor Field||4,600||Ellig Sports Complex||450|
|Omaha||Al F. Caniglia Field||3,097||Baxter Arena||7,898||Seymour Smith Park||1,000||Westside Field
|Oral Roberts||Case Soccer Complex||1,000||Mabee Center||10,575||J. L. Johnson Stadium||2,418||Non-softball school|
|Purdue Fort Wayne||Hefner Soccer Complex||2,000||Hilliard Gates Sports Center||1,800||Mastodon Field||200||Purdue Fort Wayne Softball Field||500|
|South Dakota||USD Soccer Field||N/A||Sanford Coyote Sports Center||6,000||Non-baseball school||Nygard Field||500|
|South Dakota State||Fishback Soccer Park||1,500||Frost Arena||6,500||Erv Huether Field||600||Jackrabbit Softball Stadium||200|
|Western Illinois||MacKenzie Alumni Field||1,000||Western Hall||5,139||Alfred D. Boyer Stadium||500||Mary Ellen McKee
|Eastern Illinois||Lakeside Soccer Field||1,000||Soccer-only member|
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