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Centennial Conference 30th Anniversary Celebration

Centennial Conference 30th Anniversary Celebration

The Centennial Conference will commemorate its 30th anniversary as an all-sports conference throughout the 2022-23 athletic year by recognizing many of the moments, individuals and teams that have helped shape the history of the conference. Highlights will include national and conference champions, promotional videos of each member school, award winners, academic honors, rivalries, and unforgettable moments. 

More information about the 30th anniversary celebration will be released each month throughout the 2022-23 year and continue through mid-June, 2023. Follow all of the content using the #CC30for30 hashtag on social media. 


Former Executive Director Steve Ulrich overviews the history of the Centennial Conference and its formation back in the early 1990s. 

Since 1999 the Snell-Shillingford Symposium has been one of the marquee events of the Centennial Conference. The symposium provides women undergraduates the opportunity to learn from leaders, administrators, researchers, and top professionals about how to position themselves for any professional career or a career in athletics.

Centennial student-athletes are the epitome of the NCAA Division III student-athlete – balancing rigorous academics, competitive athletics, and the opportunity to pursue the other co-curricular activities offered on campus.


A look back at Centennial cross country history, featuring two of the top programs among all sports in the conference - Haverford men and Johns Hopkins women. 

Take a look back at some of the top teams and individuals in Centennial men's and women's soccer over the past 30 years. 

The Centennial has a strong history of field hockey success, headlined by Ursinus' national title in 2006. 

The Centennial Football Conference began play in 1983, eventually leading to the expansion of the Centennial Conference an all-sports conference in the early 1990s. Take a brief look at the history of Centennial football and its top teams, individuals and the annual Centennial-MAC Bowl Series. 

Take a look back at some of the top teams and individuals in Centennial volleyball over the past 30 years, highlighted by Johns Hopkins' remarkable 2019 undefeated national championship season.

Centennial wrestling has witnessed seven different conference championship teams and two individual national champions in its 30-year history.

Gettysburg owns the most Centennial men's and women's swimming titles in the conference's 30-year history, while F&M's Krystle Satrum is the lone NCAA individual champion in conference history. Satrum was the 3-time 200 backstroke gold medalist in 2002-03-04.

Centennial Conference men's and women's basketball has a long and storied tradition with a long run of success that dates back to the inception of the conference. 


Haverford's Annick Lamar, Dave Beccaria and Cortlyn Morris provide their perspectives on the Centennial Conference experience. 

Bryn Mawr's Tonja Nixon, Courtney Morris and Orli McGuire-Berk provide their perspectives on the Centennial Conference. 

A trio of long-tenured McDaniel head coaches - Sandy Lagana Bly, Doug Renner and Phil Smith - discuss what it's like being a part of the Centennial Conference. 

Bob Babb, Bobby Van Allen and Diarra Oden share their thoughts on what it's like to compete in the Centennial Conference.

Gettysburg's Carol Cantele, Cory Beddick and Corey Jewart reflect on their experiences in the Centennial Conference. 

Centennial alums and Muhlenberg head coaches Sean Topping, Kristen Stuckel & Jason McLean share their perspectives on what it's like to compete and coach in the Centennial Conference.