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List of college athletic programs in Maryland

Notes:

  • This list is in a tabular format, with columns arranged in the following order, from left to right:
    • Athletic team description (short school name and nickname), with a link to the school's athletic program article if it exists. When only one nickname is listed, it is used for teams of both sexes. (Note that in recent years, many schools have chosen to use the same nickname for men's and women's teams even when the nickname is distinctly masculine.) When two nicknames are given, the first is used for men's teams and the other is used for women's teams. Different nicknames for a specific sport within a school are noted separately below the table.
    • Full name of school.
    • Location of school.
    • Conference of the school (if conference column is left blank, the school is either independent or the conference is unknown).
  • Apart from the ongoing conversions, the following notes apply:
    • Following the normal standard of U.S. sports media, the terms "University" and "College" are ignored in alphabetization, unless necessary to distinguish schools (such as Boston College and Boston University) or are actually used by the media in normally describing the school (formerly the case for the College of Charleston, but media now use "Charleston" for that school's athletic program).
    • Schools are also alphabetized by the names they are most commonly referred to by sports media, with non-intuitive examples included in parentheses next to the school name. This means, for example, that campuses bearing the name "University of North Carolina" may variously be found at "C" (Charlotte), "N" (North Carolina, referring to the Chapel Hill campus), and "U" (the Asheville, Greensboro, Pembroke, and Wilmington campuses, all normally referred to as UNC-{campus name}).
    • The prefix "St.", as in "Saint", is alphabetized as if it were spelled out.

NCAA

Division I

Team School City Conference
Coppin State Eagles Coppin State University Baltimore MEAC
Loyola Greyhounds[a 1] Loyola University Maryland Baltimore Patriot
Maryland Terrapins University of Maryland, College Park College Park Big Ten
Maryland Eastern Shore Hawks and Lady Hawks University of Maryland Eastern Shore Princess Anne MEAC
Morgan State Bears and Lady Bears Morgan State University Baltimore MEAC
Mount Saint Mary's Mountaineers[a 2] Mount Saint Mary's University Emmitsburg Northeast
Navy Midshipmen United States Naval Academy Annapolis Patriot[a 3]
Towson Tigers Towson University Towson CAA
UMBC Retrievers University of Maryland, Baltimore County Catonsville America East
  1. ^ National media typically refer to the school as "Loyola (Maryland)" to distinguish it from other schools named "Loyola", most notably fellow Division I member Loyola University Chicago.
  2. ^ Mount Saint Mary's more often calls its athletic teams "The Mount".
  3. ^ Navy football currently plays as an FBS independent; that team will become a single-sport member of the American Athletic Conference in Ju;y 2015.

Division II

Team School City Conference
Bowie State Bulldogs Bowie State University Bowie Central Intercollegiate

Division III

Team School City Conference
Frostburg State Bobcats Frostburg State University Frostburg Capital
Goucher Gophers Goucher College Towson Landmark
Hood Blazers Hood College Frederick MAC
Johns Hopkins Blue Jays Johns Hopkins University Baltimore Centennial[c 1]
McDaniel Green Terror McDaniel College Westminster Centennial
Notre Dame (Maryland) Gators Notre Dame of Maryland University Baltimore Colonial States
St. Mary's (Maryland) Seahawks St. Mary's College of Maryland St. Mary's City Capital
Salisbury Sea Gulls Salisbury University Salisbury Capital
Stevenson Mustangs Stevenson University Stevenson MAC
Washington College Shoremen Washington College Chestertown Centennial
  1. ^ Johns Hopkins fields Division I teams in men's and women's lacrosse, respectively as a member of the Big Ten Conference and an independent. Johns Hopkins is a "grandfathered" school that is allowed to award athletic scholarships in both men's and women's lacrosse.

NAIA

Team School City Conference
Washington Adventist University Shock Washington Adventist University Takoma Park Independent

NJCAA

Team School City Conference
Allegany Trojans Allegany College of Maryland Cumberland Maryland JC
Anne Arundel Pioneers Anne Arundel Community College Arnold Maryland JC
Baltimore City Panthers Baltimore City Community College Baltimore Maryland JC
CCBC-Catonsville Cardinals CCBC-Catonsville Catonsville Maryland JC
CCBC-Dundalk Lions CCBC-Dundalk Baltimore Maryland JC
CCBC-Essex Knights CCBC-Essex Baltimore Maryland JC
Cecil Seahawks Cecil College North East Maryland JC
Chesapeake Skipjacks Chesapeake College Wye Mills Maryland JC
Frederick Cougars Frederick Community College Frederick Maryland JC
Garrett Lakers Garrett College McHenry Maryland JC
Hagerstown Hawks Hagerstown Community College Hagerstown Maryland JC
Harford Fighting Owls Harford Community College Bel Air Maryland JC
Howard Dragons Howard Community College Columbia Maryland JC
Montgomery Raptors Montgomery College Takoma Park Maryland JC
Prince George's Owls Largo Maryland JC
Southern Maryland Hawks College of Southern Maryland La Plata Maryland JC

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