Southern Indiana Athletic Conference


Southern Indiana Athletic Conference

.

Member Schools

tate Titles

John H. Castle Knights

*Football (1982) (1994)
*Boys Soccer (2000)
*Girls Basketball (2006)
*Softball (2001)

Evansville Benjamin Bosse Bulldogs

* Boys Basketball (Back to Back) (1943 & 1944)
* Boys Basketball (1962)

Evansville Central Bears

None

Evansville William Henry Harrison Warriors

* Girls Golf (1989)

Evansville Mater Dei Wildcats

* Baseball (1999)
* Boys Basketball (2004)
* Football (2001)
* Wrestling (1986), (1995), (1996), (1997), (1998), (1999), (2000), (2001), (2002), (2003), (2006), (2007)

Evansville North Huskies

* Boys Basketball (1967)
* Boys Golf (2000)
* Boys Basketball (1968)

Evansville Francis Joseph Reitz Panthers

* Girls Basketball (1981)
* Boys Football (2007)

Evansville Francis Joseph Reitz Memorial Tigers

* Baseball (1978), (1989), (1993)
* Girls Soccer (1997)
* Softball (2002)
* Girls Tennis (1991), (1993), (1994), (1995), (1996)
* Boys Soccer (2007) (Mythical National Champions, ranked #1 in Adidas Top 25)

Neighboring Conferences

*Big Eight Conference
*Pocket Athletic Conference

The Old Southern Indiana Athletic Conference

The Southern Indiana Athletic Conference was once a very large and very spread out conference, comprising of almost all of Evansville's High Schools plus schools from Terre Haute, New Albany, and Bloomington.

* Total Membership: 25 High Schools, stretching over 150 traveling miles.

* Black indicates present members of the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference (8 Members).

* Red indicates members that left to form the Big Eight Conference (7 Members).

* Blue indicates members that presently belong to the Blue Chip Conference (1 Member).

* Maroon indicates members that presently belong to the Pocket Athletic Conference (1 Member).

* Green indicates members that left for other athletic conference closer to home (8 Members).

Founding, Former and Present Members: 1935 - Present

* Name (Current Name)
Current Conference(s)
color box|black color box|white
(Years w/ SIAC)

* Bicknell Bulldogs (North Knox Warriors)
Blue Chip Conference
color box|blue color box|white
(1936-1973)
* Bloomington Panthers (Bloomington South Panthers)
Conference Indiana

color box|purple color box|white
(1936-1963)
* Evansville Bosse Bulldogs
Southern Indiana Athletic Conference
color box|crimson color box|gray
(1936-Present)
* Evansville Central Bears
Southern Indiana Athletic Conference
color box|brown color box|gold
(1936-Present)
* Evansville Reitz Panthers
Southern Indiana Athletic Conference
color box|navy color box|silver
(1936-Present)
* Linton Miners (Linton-Stockton Miners)
Southwestern Indiana Conference
Tri-River Conference
color box|red color box|blue
(1936-1940)
* New Albany Bulldogs
Hoosier Hills Conference
color box|red color box|black
(1936-1977)
* Princeton Tigers (Princeton Community Tigers)
Big Eight Conference
color box|red color box|white
(1936-1979)
* Sullivan Golden Arrows
Tri-River Conference
color box|purple color box|gold
(1936-1961)
* Vincennes Alices (Vincennes Lincoln Alices)
Big Eight Conference
color box|green color box|white
(1936-1979)

Additional Members - The making of a Super Conference

* Name (Current Name) (Years w/ SIAC)

* Washington Hatchets
Big Eight Conference
color box|black color box|gold
(1936-1979)
* Boonville Pioneers
Big Eight Conference
color box|black color box|gold
(1941-1979)
* Bedford Stonecutters
(Beford North Lawrence Stars)

Hoosier Hills Conference
color box|red color box|blue
(1942-1975)
* Huntingburg Happy Hunters
(Southridge Raiders)

Pocket Athletic Conference
color box|red color box|black
(1942-1969)
* Linton Miners (Linton-Stockton Miners)
Southwestern Indiana Conference
Tri-River Conference
color box|red color box|blue
(1942-1951)
* Evansville Memorial Tigers
Southern Indiana Athletic Conference
color box|blue color box|silver
(1947-Present)
* Jasper Wildcats
Big Eight Conference
color box|black color box|gold
(1953-1979)
* Tell City Marksmen
Pocket Athletic Conference
color box|crimson color box|white
(1953-1979)
* Evansville Mater Dei Wildcats
Southern Indiana Athletic Conference
color box|darkred color box|gold
(1954-Present)
* Evansville North Huskies
Southern Indiana Athletic Conference
color box|darkgreen color box|silver
(1958-Present)
* Mount Vernon Wildcats
Big Eight Conference
color box|maroon color box|gray
(1959-1979)
* Evansville Rex Mundi Monarchs*
None
color box|blue color box|gold
(1961-1971)
* Evansville Harrison Warriors
Southern Indiana Athletic Conference
color box|red color box|black
(1963-Present)
* John Castle Knights
"'Southern Indiana Athletic Conference
color box|navy color box|gold
(1964-Present)
* Terre Haute North Patriots
Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference
color box|red color box|navy
(1971-1979)
* Terre Haute South Braves
Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference
color box|red color box|black
(1971-1981)

* Evansville Rex Mundi and Evansville Lincoln were consolidated into Evansville Central
* In 1980, Princeton Community, Vincennes Lincoln, Washington, Tell City, Mount Vernon, Boonville, and Jasper created the Big Eight Conference along with Gibson Southern from the Pocket Athletic Conference

Source: [http://www.almanacsports.com/football/confchmp2.php?confchmp=siac Southern Indiana Athletic Conference History - Almanac Sports.com]

See also

* Hoosier Hysteria
* Largest high school gyms in the United States

External links

[http://www.almanacsports.com/siac SIAC Homepage]

References

* [http://www.ihsaa.org/school_rosters.htm IHSAA Conference Membership]
* [http://www.ihsaa.org/tourney_state_champs_frame.htm IHSAA State Champions]
* [http://www.almanacsports.com/basketball/boys/confchmp.php Southwest Indiana Conference Histories]


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference — The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC), founded in 1962, is an athletic conference which competes in the NCAA s Division III. Member institutions are located in Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi,… …   Wikipedia

  • Northern Indiana Athletic Conference — The Northern Indiana Conference in Indiana. Current Areas are in red, Former Areas are in Maroon Contents 1 About 2 …   Wikipedia

  • Northeastern Indiana Athletic Conference — The Northeastern Indiana Athletic Conference was an IHSAA Sanctioned Athletic Conference from 1927 to 1988. Contents 1 Former members 2 Membership Timeline 2.1 Membership timeline 3 …   Wikipedia

  • Southern Athletic Conference of Indiana — A Six member IHSAA sanctioned athletic located within Clark Harrison and Jackson Counties in Central Indiana.MembershipResouces* [http://www.ihsaa.org/school rosters frame.htm IHSAA Confernces] * [http://www.ihsaa.org/school… …   Wikipedia

  • Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference — (CCAC) Established 1949 Association NAIA Division Di …   Wikipedia

  • North Coast Athletic Conference — (NCAC) Established 1983 Association NCAA …   Wikipedia

  • Mid-Indiana Football Conference — The Mid Indiana Football Conference within Indiana Mid Indiana Football Conference is a six member Indiana High School Athletic Association sanctioned Conference. Although there is another Mid Indiana Conference, this Conference is a football… …   Wikipedia

  • Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference — (MAAC) Established 1980 Association NCAA …   Wikipedia

  • Pocket Athletic Conference — The Pocket Athletic Conference (PAC) is a high school athletic conference in Southwestern Indiana with its headquarters at Heritage Hills High School. Its members are mainly Class 2A and 3A public high schools located in Dubois, Gibson, Perry,… …   Wikipedia

  • University of Southern Indiana — Infobox University name = University of Southern Indiana motto = Live Wisely established = 1965 type = Public endowment = US $66 million [cite news | title=Statement of Financial Position | publisher=USI Foundation | accessdate=2008 09 25 |… …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.