Wed Jan 16
Goucher
Marywood
Wed Jan 16
7:00 PM
Moravian
at Drew
Wed Jan 16
7:00 PM
Juniata
at Goucher
Wed Jan 16
7:00 PM
Susquehanna
at Scranton
Wed Jan 16
7:00 PM
Elizabethtown
at Catholic
Wed Jan 16
7:00 PM
Drew
at Moravian
Wed Jan 16
7:00 PM
Goucher
at Juniata
Wed Jan 16
7:00 PM
Scranton
at Susquehanna
Fri Jan 18
4:00 pm
Scranton
at Misericordia/Marywood
Fri Jan 18
5:00 pm
Susquehanna
at Ursinus
Sat Jan 19
1:00 pm
Catholic
Randolph-Macon
Sat Jan 19
1:00 pm
Drew
at Scranton
Sat Jan 19
1:00 pm
Elizabethtown
Albright
Sat Jan 19
2:00 pm
Goucher
at Susquehanna
No Event
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Landmark Conference History

(Updated Aug. 7, 2018)

The Landmark Conference formed in 2005 and began competition in the fall of 2007. The group of like-minded institutions from the mid-Atlantic region joined forces to organize and operate intercollegiate athletic competition in a manner that recognizes, as paramount, the centrality of the academic mission at each institution, while embracing the idea that athletics competition is an important component of the undergraduate experience.

A group of presidents met in November of 2005 and discussed creating an organization to engage in athletic competition. The Catholic University of America, Drew University, Goucher College, Juniata College, Moravian College, Stevens Institute of Technology, Susquehanna University, and U.S. Merchant Marine Academy leaders officially committed to the new league in February of 2006. Stevens withdrew from the Landmark a short time later, but the presidents met later that year and invited the University of Scranton to join the original eight.

The conference added two affiliate members from 2010-11. Washington & Jefferson College joined the conference as an affiliate in men’s lacrosse in November of 2010 and began competition in 2012. The Presidents' left the conference in the summer of 2015. Marywood University came on board in 2011 as an affiliate in swimming and diving for 2012-13 and joined as an affiliate in women's golf in 2017.

Expansion was discussed again in 2013 as the league presidents convened for their annual February meeting. The group moved forward with expansion and invited Elizabethtown College to join the Landmark March 26, 2013.

The conference sponsors 22 championships and 12 sports feature automatic qualifying bids to the NCAA Division III tournament.

John Reeves was hired as the first commissioner September 1, 2006 and helped establish the conference’s strong foundation before retiring at the end of the 2011-12 year. Dan Fisher was named his successor April 4, 2012. The conference officially became incorporated as not-for-profit November 19, 2013.

Historical Timeline of Key Events