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The ASUN Conference, originally known as the Trans America Athletic Conference and later as the Atlantic Sun Conference, is a conference participating in the NCAA's Division I, with member institutions in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.

Founded in 1978 as the Trans America Athletic Conference, the league changed to "Atlantic Sun" in 2001, and adopted the "ASUN" branding in 2016.[1]

Current members[]

Departing members in pink.

Institution Location Type Nickname Joined
Austin Peay State University Clarksville, Tennessee Public Governors 2022
Bellarmine University Louisville, Kentucky Private Knights 2020
University of Central Arkansas Conway, Arkansas Public Bears/Sugar Bears 2021
Eastern Kentucky University Richmond, Kentucky Public Colonels 2021
Florida Gulf Coast University Fort Myers, Florida Public Eagles 2007
Jacksonville University Jacksonville, Florida Private Dolphins 1997
Jacksonville State University Jacksonville, Alabama Public Gamecocks 1995, 2021
Kennesaw State University Kennesaw, Georgia Public Owls 2005
Liberty University Lynchburg, Virginia Private Flames/Lady Flames 2018
Lipscomb University Nashville, Tennessee Private Bisons 2003
University of North Alabama Florence, Alabama Public Lions 2018
University of North Florida Jacksonville, Florida Public Ospreys 2005
Queens University of Charlotte Charlotte, North Carolina Private Royals 2022
Stetson University DeLand, Florida Private Hatters 1985
  • Jacksonville State, which returned to the ASUN in 2021, had been a conference member from 1995 to 2003.
  • Jacksonville State and Liberty will leave for Conference USA in 2023, and Kennesaw State will make the same move in 2024.

Former members[]


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