Capital Athletic Conference
Formed in 1989, the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) is a 10-member coalition of four-year, co-educational institutions that promotes intercollegiate athletic competition among schools located in close geographic proximity that have similar educational and athletic philosophies. The CAC strives to develop a harmony of good feeling and a spirit of competitive sportsmanship, fellowship, and uniformity of practice among member institutions. Conference members are required to operate their intercollegiate athletic programs under the highest ethical standards and to maintain a program consistent with the overall educational philosophy of the member institutions. Eight CAC member institutions sponsor the sports of men's and women's track & field - Christopher Newport, Frostburg State, Mary Washington, Penn State Harrisburg, Salisbury, Southern Virginia, Wesley, and York.
Lee Hall Mansion
Lee Hall Mansion is the home cross country course for the Christopher Newport men's and women's cross country teams. In addition to serving as the site of the 2017 CAC Championships, Lee Hall Mansion will also host the 2017 NCAA South/Southeast Region Championships.