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Lone Star Conference

The Lone Star Conference (or LSC) is a collegiate athletic conference affiliated with the NCAAís Division II. Member institutions are located in the southwestern United States, with schools in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. The conference was formed in 1931 when the five charter members withdrew from the old Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association. For scheduling purposes, the conference is divided into two divisions--North and South--in some sports.

Charter members included East Texas State (now Texas A&M-Commerce), North Texas State, Sam Houston State, Southwest Texas State, and Stephen F. Austin.

Former members (and years of membership, when known) include Harding (1995-2000), Howard Payne, Houston (1946-1948), Lamar, McMurry, North Texas State (1931-19xx), Oachita Baptist (1995-2000), Sam Houston State (1931-19xx), Southwest Texas State (1931-19xx), Stephen F. Austin (1931-19xx), Sul Ross State, and Trinity,

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1 Current members (and year joined)
2 Sports
3 External link

Current members (and year joined)


The LSC sponsors intercollegiate competition in menís baseball, menís and womenís basketball, menís and womenís cross country, menís and womenís golf, menís football, menís and womenís soccer, womenís softball, menís and women's tennis, menís and womenís track and field, womenís volleyball.

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