The term SWAC can mean:

  • School with a Circus
  • Southwestern Athletic Conference, an NCAA Football Championship Subdivision conference comprising historically black universities
  • Standards Western Automatic Computer
  • Staunton, Waynesboro and Augusta County, Virginia
  • Seawater air conditioning
  • Sonny with a Chance

Other articles related to "swac":

Prairie View A&M University - Student Activities - Athletics - Baseball
... Athletic Conference championship in the school's history and won back-to-back SWAC titles in 2006 and 2007 ... During the last five years, Prairie View A M has made four consecutive appearances in the SWAC’s title game, finishing as the conference’s runner-up in 2005 and 2008 ... Prairie View A M recently captured its third SWAC title in 2012, defeating Mississippi Valley State University ...
Heritage Bowl
... against a team from the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) ... Perhaps not coincidentally, the SWAC won most of the Heritage Bowls that were held ... to the Pelican Bowl, which pitted MEAC versus SWAC teams during the 1970s ...
Larry Wright (basketball) - College Career
... He was also a two-time All-SWAC selection for the remainder of his career, and a two-time first team NCAA Small College All-America ... He led the university to the 1976 SWAC Tournament Championship ... After being named the SWAC Player-of-the-Year in 1975-76 as a junior, he decided to declare for the 1976 NBA Draft ...
Rakim Hollis - Basketball Career
... In the NCAA, where he started, he helped the team to win the SWAC 2003 Conference, and was named MVP of the SWAC tournament ... Also led SWAC in scoring for two consecutive years in the 2002-03 season ...
Virginia High School (Virginia) - Academic Competition
... Virginia High competes in the Southwest Academic Conference (SWAC) and VHSL Scholastic Bowl ... The SWAC teams are coached by Judy Young for Math, Carol Propst for English, Joan Minnick for Science, and Brent Compton for Social Studies ... Virginia High holds SWAC championships in Math (2005–2007), Science (2003, 2004, 2006, 2009), and Social Studies (2001) ...