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A private, Catholic, co-educational university located just outside of Philadelphia is home to approximately 3,000 undergraduate students. Fielding 22 varsity athletic teams and 8 club teams, the Neumann University Knights compete at the NCAA Division III level as members of the Colonial States Athletic Conference and the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference.
Located just North of Boston, Massachusetts, Merrimack College is a private college founded in the Roman Catholic Augustinian tradition. Home to over 3,000 full-time undergraduate students, Merrimack’s athletic teams, known as the Warriors, consist of 24 varsity sports teams including 22 at the NCAA Division II level, while men’s and women’s ice hockey compete at the Division I level.
Occupying more than six city blocks in Upper Manhattan, Columbia University is considered a prestigious university throughout the world. Home of the Lions, Columbia is an original member of the Ivy League and fields 31 NCAA Division I teams along with 40+ club and intramural sports. The Baker Athletics Complex is the main athletics facility for the Lions’ outdoor sports and features five different fields and associated stadiums, a tennis center, boathouses, a field house, and the brand new Campbell Sports Center.
Home of the Bronchos, the University of Central Oklahoma is one of the largest in the state serving over 17,000 students across 117 degree programs. Competing at the NCAA Division II level, the UCO Bronchos currently compete in 14 varsity sports in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association.
A private, liberal arts university founded by the Jesuits in 1863 in Boston’s South End and now located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, Boston College is now home to over 9,000 full-time undergraduate students along with almost 5,000 graduate students. Fielding 31 varsity teams across men’s and women’s athletics, the Boston College Eagles compete at the Division I level in the Atlantic Coast Conference and Hockey East.
One of Canada’s oldest universities, Dalhousie University is a public research university located in the heart of picturesque Halifax, Nova Scotia with an agricultural campus in nearby Truro. Home to over 18,000 students, Dalhousie fields 14 varsity level teams competing in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport’s Atlantic University Sport Conference. Recent successes have included 63 conference championships in the past decade with approximately one third of student-athletes reaching CIS Academic All-Canadian status.
Located less than an hour north of Denver in Greeley, Colorado, the University of Northern Colorado is a public university that serves over 11,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Hosting 19 varsity teams, the Bears have competed at the NCAA Division I level since they moved to the Big Sky Conference in 2006.
At the University of Rhode Island, the Rams have access to some of the most impressive facilities in the northeast. One major addition to the URI campus has been the state of the art Thomas M. Ryan Center. Not only does this facility host the men's and women’s basketball teams, but it also includes the football team’s locker room, team rooms, and the athletic department offices. The Ryan Center can hold close to 8,000 fans and has the ability to host not only athletic competitions but also events and concerts.
The University of New Hampshire Wildcats have a long history in athletics with the Wildcat name dating back to 1926. Recently, UNH has made major strides to show their dedication to the student and the student-athlete population, with two major renovations that were completed in the past year. Along with the growing success of the UNH Football program, the team started the 2016 season in the newly renovated Wildcat Stadium, and in January 2017, long awaited upgrades to the Hamel Recreation Center were completed.
The University of Connecticut, located in Storrs, Connecticut, is home to many talented athletic programs. From their prolific Women's Basketball Team with a history of success, to their Men's hockey team who has, in the few years since creation, risen to become a competitive Hockey East program, UConn has an atmosphere of success. The Huskies have worked with AMI Graphics for a number of years on projects both large and small. These projects have updated the look of many of the athletic facilities, giving the campus a new feel and letting them show off their Husky pride.