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Davis College joins USCAA Division II

JOHNSON CITY -- After playing sports independently for the previous three years, and previously being a part of the National Christian College Athletics Association, Davis College will now participate in athletics as part of the United States Collegiate Athletic Association's Division II.

The USCAA is an organization that gives small colleges and universities like Davis College an opportunity to play sports at a national level and for national titles.  Davis College becomes a member of the USCAA effective July 1.  The move affects all Falcons athletics: Men's and Women's Basketball, Men's Soccer, and Women's Volleyball. 

Since leaving the NCCAA in 2009, Davis College's schedules have featured many USCAA members.

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