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  • But after a 1-13 nonconference mark, finishing near .500 in SWAC play despite having just one senior was actually some growth.

    Mississippi Valley State - Team Notes

  • Junior Bo Amusa was up and down, averaging 9.5 points a game, while freshman foward Maurice Kemp averaged 5.8 points a game in SWAC play.

    Alabama A&M - Team Notes

  • The Bulldogs finished 8-10 in SWAC play this season and No. 6 in the SWAC.

    Alabama A&M - Team Notes

  • The Tigers jumped out of the box with a 6-1 record in SWAC play before a string of six losses in eight games looked to doom the team to a finish in the second half of the standings.

    Texas Southern - Team Notes

  • Nevermind that the Southwest Athletic Conference, known as the SWAC, hadn't won a tournament game since 1993.

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  • The SWAC is a mid-major college athletic conference headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, which is made up of HBCUs in the southern United States.

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  • 5 Any affiliation with the SWAC, which is 2-213 over the past six seasons vs. teams in BCS conferences

    SI.com

  • "SWAC" stands for, "Staunton / Waynesboro / Augusta County" and is how the local gops in that part of VA-06 refer to themselves.

    Green Mountain Daily - Front Page

  • Andrew Vehorn is here ... we're going down all the races statewide ... he said Bob McDonnell as Governor should declare "SWAC" a verb in the dictionary after the Kilgore campaign in 2005

    SWAC Girl

  • Nicknamed 'SWAC', Payton began his career in 1991 with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, the same team with which he ended his playing days in 2004.

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    West coast variant of SEAC

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