Conference Championships

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Saint Francis High School (St. Francis, Wisconsin) - Athletics - Conference Championships
... Membership 1962-1963 Braveland Conference 1963-2006 Parkland Conference 2006-2009 Woodland Conference (Southern Division) 2009–present Woodland Conference (Small Division) 1967-68 Baseball 1972-73 ...
List Of Alabama Crimson Tide Football Seasons
... the University of Alabama in the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) ... The Crimson Tide claims fifteen national championships recorded 27 total conference championships holds NCAA records with 60 post-season bowl game appearances and 34 bowl game victories and nine undefeated, untied ... Alabama leads the SEC West Division with eight appearances in the SEC Championship Game, and has a winning record against every SEC team except Missouri ...
Alabama Crimson Tide Football Seasons
... of Alabama in the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) ... The Crimson Tide claims fifteen national championships recorded 27 total conference championships holds NCAA records with 60 post-season bowl game ... Division with eight appearances in the SEC Championship Game, and has a winning record against every SEC team except Missouri ...
Lindenwood Lions Football - Championships - Conference Championships
... Lindenwood has won a conference championship four times ... As of 2010, all in the Heart of America Athletic Conference Year Conference Coach Record 2004 Heart of America Athletic Conference Patrick Ross 11-1-0 2007 Heart of ...

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