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Coast-To-Coast Athletic Conference

A logo for the Coast-To-Coast Athletic Conference.

The Coast-To-Coast Athletic Conference (C2C) is a conference participating in the NCAA's Division III. It was founded in 1989 as the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC).

In May 2020, the CAC announced a merger with the American Collegiate Athletic Association, a D-III league which had operated for three years. This followed a period of membership turnover that saw all but three legacy CAC members announce that they would leave the league by 2021. On November 18, 2020, the CAC renamed itself as the Coast-To-Coast Athletic Conference.[1]

C2C does not conduct regular-season competition in any sports, most likely due to the extreme geographic spread of the merged league, ranging from California to Massachusetts. The league's automatic berths to the men's and women's NCAA D-III tournaments will be determined in conference tournaments.

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  1. "#Dare2Prepare: CAC Evolves Into Coast-To-Coast Athletic Conference". Coast-To-Coast Athletic Conference. November 18, 2020. https://c2csports.com/general/2020-21/releases/20200824lwnkn9. Retrieved December 25, 2020. 

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