|California Collegiate Athletic Association|
The California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) is a collegiate athletic conference at the Division II level  of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). All of its current members are public universities, and upon UC San Diego's departure on July 1, 2020, all are members of the California State University system.
It was founded in December 1938 and began competition in 1939. The commissioner of the CCAA is Mitch Cox. CCAA offices are located in Chico, California. The CCAA is the most successful conference in NCAA Division II, as its former and current members have won 153 National Championships.
Institutional names and nicknames reflect those used in the final academic year of CCAA membership.
- Long Beach State fully rebranded its athletic program as "The Beach" in 2020–21.
Full member (all sports) Full member (non-football) Associate member (football-only) Associate member (sport)
The CCAA sponsors seven sports for women and six sports for men. Cross country, soccer and volleyball are fall sports; basketball is a winter sport; golf, outdoor track & field, softball, and baseball are spring sports. Throughout the years, CCAA teams have won 153 NCAA championships in their sports, which is best among all Division II conferences.
The CCAA has a Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, which is made up of student-athletes from each member institution.
|A divisional format is used for baseball and volleyball.|
|Track & Field Outdoor|
Men's sponsored sports by school
|Cal Poly Pomona||5|
|Cal State Dominguez Hills||4|
|Cal State East Bay||6|
|Cal State Los Angeles||5|
|Cal State Monterey Bay||5|
|Cal State San Bernardino||4|
|Cal State San Marcos||6|
|San Francisco State||4|
Women's sponsored sports by school
|Cal Poly Pomona||5|
|Cal State Dominguez Hills||5|
|Cal State East Bay||7|
|Cal State Los Angeles||6|
|Cal State Monterey Bay||7|
|Cal State San Bernardino||6|
|Cal State San Marcos||7|
|San Francisco State||6|
Other sponsored sports by school
|Cal State Dominguez Hills||IND|
|Cal State East Bay||PCSC||WWPA|
|Cal State Los Angeles||IND||IND||PWC||IND|
|Cal State Monterey Bay||WWPA|
|San Francisco State||RMAC||IND|
(thru 6/2014) 
|Cal Poly Pomona||58|
|Cal State Los Angeles||34|
|Cal State Dominguez Hills||31|
|Cal State San Bernardino||24|
|Cal State Monterey Bay||9|
|San Francisco State||1|
|Cal State East Bay||0|
|Cal State San Marcos||0|
|Cal Poly Pomona||5||7||12||10||15||25||87||75||0||162|
|CSU Dominguez Hills||1||2||3||0||1||1||26||46||0||72|
|CSU East Bay||1||1||2||16||6||22||41||28||0||69|
|CSU Los Angeles||4||0||4||34||37||71||77||79||0||156|
|CSU Monterey Bay||1||0||1||0||0||0||9||11||0||20|
|CSU San Bernardino||0||0||0||1||0||1||25||29||0||54|
|CSU San Marcos||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||2||0||2|
|San Francisco State||1||0||1||15||4||19||70||39||0||109|
|UC San Diego||0||3||3||16||31||47||83||112||23||218|
Track & Field
|Cal Poly Pomona||Scolinos Field||1,000||Kellogg Arena||3,000||Kellogg Field||2,000|
|Chico State||Nettleton Stadium||4,200||Acker Gymnasium||1,997||University Soccer Stadium
& Chico State Stadium
|Cal State Dominguez Hills||Toro Field||500||Torodome / Dave Yanai Court||3,602||Toro Stadium||3,000|
|Cal State East Bay||Pioneer Field||CSUEB Physical Education Complex||3,500||Pioneer Stadium||5,000|
|Cal State LA||Reeder Field||500||Eagle's Nest Arena||3,400||Jesse Owens Track||5,000|
|Cal State Monterey Bay||CSUMB Baseball/Softball Complex||The Kelp Bed||1,000||CSUMB Soccer Complex||660|
|Cal State San Bernardino||Fiscalini Field
& San Manuel Stadium
|2,000||Coussoulis Arena||4,140||Coyote Premier Field||300|
|Cal State San Marcos||CSUSM Baseball Field||1,000||The Sports Center||1,400||Mangrum Track & Soccer Field|
|Stanislaus State||Warrior Baseball Field||1,500||Ed & Bertha Fitzpatrick Arena||2,000||Warrior Stadium & Al Brenda Track||2,000|
|Lumberjack Arena||2,000||Redwood Bowl
& HSU Soccer Field
|San Francisco State||Maloney Field||100||Main Gym at Don Nasser Family Plaza||2,000||Cox Stadium||5,000|
|Sonoma State||Seawolf Diamond||Open||The Wolves' Den||2,000||Seawolf Field||2,000|
- Big West Conference, a Division I conference that consists predominantly of California schools. Of its 11 current members, nine (Hawaii and UC Irvine being the exceptions) are former members of the CCAA.
- California Pacific Conference, an NAIA conference that consisted entirely of California schools from its formation in 1996 until 2012.
- Golden State Athletic Conference, an NAIA conference that consisted entirely of California schools from its formation in 1986 until 2012.
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- "Quick Facts". CCAA. Archived from the original on 2008-10-19. Retrieved 2008-09-12.
- "Commissioner's Office". CCAA. Archived from the original on 2008-10-19. Retrieved 2008-09-12.
- "NCAA Champions from the CCAA". CCAA. Archived from the original on 2008-10-19. Retrieved 2008-09-12.
- As of July 6, 2019. "Term Enrollment summary".
- "All-Time CCAA Champions" (PDF). CCAA. Retrieved 2014-11-25.