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  • Yesterday
    Southern Wesleyan at 1:00pm
    Truett-McConnell EST
  • Yesterday
    Union at (10) 5
    Lindsey Wilson 6
  • Yesterday
    Campbellsville at 11
    Milligan 7
  • Yesterday
    Bluefield State at 4
    Bluefield 13
  • Today
    NC Wesleyan College at 13
    St. Andrews 12
  • Today
    Tennessee Wesleyan at 5
    Georgia Gwinnett College 8
  • Today
    Toccoa Falls vs 1
    Bryan 4
  • Today
    Toccoa Falls vs 4
    Bryan 6
  • Today
    St. Andrews vs 88
    Milligan 76
  • Today
    Truett-McConnell vs 67
    Bryan 72
  • Today
    Bryan vs 5:15pm
    Truett-McConnell EST
    AAC Tournament | Opening Round | Kingsport, Tenn.
  • Today
    Point at 69
    Allen 74
  • Monday, Feb 20
    Point at 4th of 12
    Georgetown Intercollegiate Invitational at Slammer and the Squire Golf Club, Feb. 20-21
  • Monday, Feb 20
    St. Andrews at 4th of 12
    Day 1 - Georgetown Spring Invitational
  • Yesterday
    St. Andrews at 2nd of 12
    Day 2 - Georgetown Spring Invitational
  • Yesterday
    SCAD Atlanta at 10th of 12
    Georgetown College Invitational
  • Today
    Union at 3:00pm
    Georgetown College EST
  • Today
    AAC Conference Tournament at  
    Columbia  
    to be determined
  • Today
    Allen vs 47
    Union 79
  • Today
    St. Andrews at 58
    Tennessee Wesleyan 75
  • Today
    Truett-McConnell vs 59
    Montreat 63
    AAC Tournament | Opening Round | Kingsport, Tenn.
  • Today
    Columbia vs 53
    Bryan 82
  • Monday, Feb 20
    St. Andrews at 5th of 10
    Day 1 - Georgetown Spring Invitational
  • Yesterday
    Tennessee Wesleyan at 6th of 10
    Georgetown College Spring Invitational
  • Yesterday
    Reinhardt at 9th of 10
    Georgetown Invitational
  • Yesterday
    SCAD Atlanta at 3rd of 10
    Georgetown College Invitational
  • Yesterday
    St. Andrews at 4th of 10
    Day 2 - Georgetown Spring Invitational
  • Monday, Feb 20
    Truett-McConnell at 4:00pm
    Southern Wesleyan EST
  • Monday, Feb 20
    Truett-McConnell at Game
    Southern Wesleyan 2
  • Yesterday
    Lindsey Wilson at 6
    Union 1
  • Yesterday
    Lindsey Wilson at (5) 10
    Union 1
  • Yesterday
    Bluefield at 6
    Brevard College 2
  • Yesterday
    Bluefield at 2
    Brevard College 7
  • Today
    Edward Waters at 1:00pm
    Columbia EST
  • Today
    Milligan at (8) 4
    Mars Hill 5
  • Today
    Milligan at Game
    Mars Hill 2
  • Today
    Union at (5) 2
    Georgetown College 10
  • Today
    Union at 2
    Georgetown College 5
  • Today
    Edward Waters at 3:00pm
    Columbia EST
  • Today
    St. Andrews at 1
    Point 7
  • Today
    St. Andrews at (7) 1
    Point 7
  • Yesterday
    Montreat at 8
    Greensboro College 1
  • Yesterday
    Lees-McRae at 20
    Montreat 6
  • Monday, Feb 20
    Asbury at 11
    Tennessee Wesleyan 16
  • Monday, Feb 20
    Asbury at 11
    Tennessee Wesleyan 16
  • Today
    St. Andrews at 1
    Reinhardt 20
  • Today
    Converse College at 20
    Montreat 1
Allen University Bluefield College Bryan College Columbia College Milligan College Montreat College Point University
Reinhardt University SCAD Atlanta St. Andrews University Tennessee Wesleyan College Truett-McConnell College Union College
History of the AAC

The Appalachian Athletic Conference evolved from the Volunteer State Athletic Conference (VSAC), an NAIA conference organized in the 1940s and dissolved in the early 1980s when institutions in the eastern part of the state seceded to form the Tennessee Virginia Athletic Conference (TVAC). The Conference name changed to the Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) in 2001 with the addition of Bluefield College, Montreat College, Alice Lloyd College, and Union College.

The Conference has twelve full members in six southeastern states: Bluefield (VA), Bryan (TN), Columbia (SC), Milligan (TN), Montreat (NC), Point (GA), Reinhardt (GA), SCAD Atlanta (GA), St. Andrews (NC), Tennessee Wesleyan, Truett-McConnell (GA), and Union (KY).  Asbury University (KY) and The University of the Comberlands (KY) are Associate Members in lacorsse.

The AAC sponsors championships in seventeen sports: cross country, soccer, basketball, lacrosse, outdoor track & field, golf, baseball, and tennis for men; cross country, soccer, volleyball, basketball, lacrosse, outdoor track & field, golf, softball, and tennis for women.

Guiding Principles

 Vision

That we would be a top-tier affiliated collegiate athletic Conference that fully supports the overall educational programs of its members by providing high quality athletic competition which enhances the academic and character development of its students.

Mission

The mission of the Conference is to promote the education and development of students and to provide athletic competition among its member institutions for the purpose of designating champions in sponsored sports, to increase visibility of its members to their publics, and to promote the highest ethical standards of character, conduct, sportsmanship, and fair play.

Values

We recognize the value of athletic competition on our campuses for the purposes of developing character and school spirit and aim to live out the NAIA five core values on the field of play, on our campuses, and in our communities:

·        respect,

·        responsibility,

·        integrity,

·        servant leadership,

·        sportsmanship.