New England Women's Lacrosse Alliance

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The New England Women's Lacrosse Alliance (NEWLA) was an NCAA Division III women's lacrosse-only conference that disbanded in 2012. NEWLA had nine member schools representing three states: (Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont). The schools joined their primary sports conference, seven schools joined the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference and two the New England Collegiate Conference.[1]

Member schools

2012 season membership:

History

The NEWLA was founded in 1998. The original members consisted of two playing divisions: a North division consisting of Castleton State College, Colby-Sawyer College, Keene State College, New England College, University of New England, and Plymouth State College, and a South division consisting of Bridgewater State, Elms College, Endicott College, Eastern Connecticut State University, and UMass Dartmouth.[1]

Past Champions

  • 2004 - Western New England College
  • 2005 - Western New England College
  • 2006 - Western New England College
  • 2007 - Western New England College
  • 2008 - Bridgewater State
  • 2009 - Bridgewater State
  • 2010 - Bridgewater State
  • 2011 - Bridgewater State
  • 2012 - Bridgewater State

Former members

References

  1. ^ a b "About NEWLA". 

External links

  • New England Women's Lacrosse Alliance website
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