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- abbr. National Association of Intercollegiate Athletes
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- National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics
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- n. See Naja.
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The other coach chosen was Ted Kessinger, who led Bethany (Kan.) from 1976-2003, posting a 219-57-1 record in NAIA play.
His final year, Jamestown was ranked first in NAIA Division II all season and set a school record with a 30-3 overall record.
He rejoined the team and averaged 21.9 points, ranking fifth in NAIA.
Injuries were a major factor, but are hardly sufficient to explain three losses at home to the likes of Mobile, an NAIA school, and two 8-21 opponents, Tulane, and the nation's smallest NCAA Division I school, Centenary.
MacIntyre has hired an offensive coordinator -- Hugh Freeze, the former head coach at Lambuth, an NAIA school in Jackson, Tenn.
Brown is among four players and two coaches in this year's divisional class, which includes players and coaches from the Football Championship Subdivision, Divisions II, III and the NAIA.
Steigers joined the Mountaineer's NAIA football program this spring after transferring from the University of Montana.
The NCAA and NAIA have rules called "bylaws" that every current and prospective student-athlete must adhere to in order to be eligible.
Once you get to college, you must meet the NCAA or NAIA eligibility requirements to be eligible to play.
The current array includes professional teams (American, Canadian, Arena, and others) and NCAA divisions I, II, and III, and even NAIA and some junior colleges.