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Memberships & History

A member of the National Junior College Athletic Association, NJCAA Region II,  and the Oklahoma College Athletic Conference (Oklahoma-Arkansas), Carl Albert State College fields teams in DI Softball, DII Baseball, and DI Men’s & Women’s Cross Country. 

NJCAA/NACE

On February 1, 2019, CASC became a member of the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE) and  the first community college in Oklahoma to field teams in Poteau and Sallisaw. NACE signed a partnership agreement in March 2018 with the NJCAA, the governing body of athletics for over 500 two-year colleges and universities in the U.S. The partnership with the NJCAA recognizes NACE as the governing body of collegiate Esports and marks the second endorsement by a traditional governing body of collegiate athletics. The first was from the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).

NJCAA Region II

CASC added DI Men's & DI Women's Cross Country in Fall 2017.

CASC also fielded teams in DI Men's & DI Women's Basketball until fall 2016.

CASC also fielded Rodeo teams from 1987-1993 and were coached by Frank Steano.

Carl Albert Junior College became Carl Albert State College in 1990.

The CAJC Trojan mascot created in 1962 was changed to the CASC Viking mascot in 1991.

Athletic Directors:

Randy Graves, 2016/17 - Current

Mike St. John, 2004/05 - 2015/16

Todd Davis, 1996/97 - 2003/04

Bill San Millan, 1981/82 - 1995/96