Heartland Conference Division II NCAA Governing Bodies

The Heartland Conference is an NCAA Division II conference, founded in 1999, that currently consists of seven schools, four from Texas and three from Missouri. The schools comprising the Heartland Conference stretch from San Antonio in Texas to Kansas City in Missouri, a distance of over 800 miles. The schools that are the Heartland Conference include St. Edwards University (Austin, Texas), University of the Incarnate Word (San Antonio, Texas), St. Mary's University (San Antonio, Texas), Rockhurst University (Kansas City, Missouri), Lincoln University (Jefferson City, Missouri), Drury University (Springfield, Missouri), and Dallas Baptist University (Dallas, Texas).

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  • Heartland Conference - An NCAA Division II conference of public and ncaa private institutions in the Midwest and Texas. Site ncaa links to sports, members, history, regulations, and personnel.

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