Red River Athletic Conference
|Red River Athletic Conference |
|Sports fielded||15 (men's: 7; women's: 8)|
South Central United States|
Region VI of the NAIA
The Red River Athletic Conference is an affiliate of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). The conference's 13 member institutions are located in Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.
The conference began competition in 1998 with 16 charter members. The conference is now at 13 members with the addition of Texas A&M-Texarkana in 2016.
|Huston–Tillotson University||Austin, Texas||1881||800||Rams||1998|
|University of Houston–Victoria||Victoria, Texas||1973||4,407||Jaguars||2015|
|Jarvis Christian College||Hawkins, Texas||1912||550||Bulldogs||1998|
|Langston University||Langston, Oklahoma||1897||4,000||Lions||1998|
|Louisiana State University of Alexandria||Alexandria, Louisiana||1961||3,277||Generals||2014|
|Louisiana State University in Shreveport||Shreveport, Louisiana||1967||4,200||Pilots||2010|
|Our Lady of the Lake University||San Antonio, Texas||1895||2,660||Saints||2008|
|Paul Quinn College||Dallas, Texas||1872||700||Tigers||1998|
|University of St. Thomas||Houston, Texas||1947||3,300||Celts||2011|
|University of the Southwest||Hobbs, New Mexico||1962||550||Mustangs||1998|
|Texas College||Tyler, Texas||1894||800||Steers||1998|
|Texas A&M University-Texarkana||Texarkana, Texas||1971||1,865||Eagles||2016|
|Wiley College||Marshall, Texas||1873||1,250||Wildcats||1998|
The Red River Athletic Conference sponsors championships in seven men's and eight women's sports.
|Track & Field Outdoor|
- "Looking Back at the Past 15 Years of RRAC Basketball - Blog". Victorysportsnetwork.com. 2013-06-18. Retrieved 2015-07-20.
- "LSUA Joins the Red River Athletic Conference". Lsua.edu. Retrieved 2015-07-20.