What conference is ulm in

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Is Ulm a Division 1 school?

Teams participate in NCAA Division I ( Division I FBS for football ). ULM joined the Sun Belt Conference for all sports on July 1, 2006 after playing in the Southland Conference in all sports except football (swimming and diving team was in Sun Belt Conference, but was dropped in 2005).

Where does Ulm play football?

The Warhawks play their home games at JPS Field at Malone Stadium, located on ULM’s campus in Monroe, Louisiana . The Warhawks played in their first ever FBS bowl game on December 28, 2012, in the Independence Bowl in Shreveport, Louisiana, losing 45–14 to the Ohio Bobcats .

When did Ulm join the Sun Belt Conference?

ULM joined the Sun Belt Conference for all sports on July 1, 2006 after playing in the Southland Conference in all sports except football (swimming and diving team was in Sun Belt Conference, but was dropped in 2005). ULM moved from Division I-AA (now Division I FCS) to Division I-A (now FBS) in 1994 and played as a I-A independent 1994–2000.

Where is Ulm located?

Welcome to the beautiful city of Ulm, located in Germany’s hilly southern region. Founded around the year 850, Ulm can look back on a long and rich history, which includes not only the birth of Albert Einstein but also the construction of a Gothic Minster having the tallest church steeple in the world!

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Is ULM in the SEC?

When it isn’t facing independents or playing within its own Sun Belt Conference, Louisiana-Monroe has taken on the SEC more than any other school from another conference. ULM is again on the SEC slate this week, coming to The Plains for a Saturday afternoon tilt with Auburn.


Is ULM a FCS?

The Warhawks play their home games at JPS Field at Malone Stadium, located on ULM’s campus in Monroe, Louisiana….Louisiana–Monroe Warhawks footballNCAA divisionDivision I FBSConferenceSun Belt ConferenceDivisionWest21 more rows


Is ULM a d1 school?

Teams participate in NCAA Division I (Division I FBS for football). ULM joined the Sun Belt Conference for all sports on July 1, 2006 after playing in the Southland Conference in all sports except football (swimming and diving team was in Sun Belt Conference, but was dropped in 2005).


What division is ULM football?

NCAA Division I Football Bowl SubdivisionLouisiana-Monroe Warhawks football / DivisionThe NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision, formerly known as Division I-A, is the highest level of college football in the United States. The FBS consists of the largest schools in the National Collegiate Athletic Association. As of 2022, there are 10 conferences and 131 schools in FBS. Wikipedia


What division is Louisiana Monroe basketball?

NCAA Division I Men’s BasketballLouisiana-Monroe Warhawks men’s basketball / Division


What division is University of Louisiana Monroe volleyball?

NCAA Division IThe Louisiana–Monroe Warhawks women’s volleyball team represents the University of Louisiana at Monroe in the sport of volleyball. The Warhawks compete in NCAA Division I and the Sun Belt Conference.


Is university of Louisiana d1?

The Ragin’ Cajuns are members of the Sun Belt Conference and compete in the NCAA’s Division I, the highest level of collegiate athletics. We compete in 16 sports, including baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, track and field, softball, soccer and volleyball.


What division is ULM track?

NCAA Division 1Sep 01, 2021 “The University of Louisiana Monroe is a NCAA Division 1 men’s and women’s cross country/indoor/outdoor track and field program in the Sun Belt Conference.


What college is in West Monroe LA?

Unitech Training Academy – West Monroe CampusLouisiana Technical College-Delta-Ouachita CampusCloyds Beauty School 1 IncWest Monroe/Colleges and Universities


Who is Sunbelt Conference?

The Sun Belt East Division will include App State, Coastal Carolina, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, James Madison, Marshall, and Old Dominion. The Sun Belt West Division will consist of Arkansas State, Louisiana, ULM, South Alabama, Southern Miss, Texas State, and Troy.


What football team is ULM?

Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks footballUniversity of Louisiana Monroe / Football team


What is University of Louisiana at Monroe known for?

University of Louisiana at Monroe ULM is a leader for Louisiana in research, economic development, and partnerships with the community. It produces more professionals in the region than any other university. The Best is on the bayou.


2nd International Conference on Education, Languages, Literature, and Arts

The aims of the 2nd ICELLA 2021 are to provide a platform for sharing knowledge and discussing current research issues in education, languages, literature, and arts. The pandemic situation that we face today forces us to adjust the way we conduct teaching and learning resulting in the use of blended teaching and learning.


International Conference on Mathematical and Statistical Scieces 2021

International Conference on Mathematical and Statistical Sciences (ICMSS) 2021 is an online international conference organized by the Study Program of Mathematics and the Study Program of Statistics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences – Universitas Lambung Mangkurat (ULM), Banjarbaru, South Kalimantan, Indonesia

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GAME CENTER

  • Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks
    Q4 1:35
    Touchdown
    M.Jackson rushed to ULL End Zone for 12 yards. M.Jackson for 12 yards, TOUCHDOWN. TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. R.Rodriguez steps back to pass. R.Rodriguez pass incomplete intended for ULM. TWO-POINT ATTEMPT FAILS.
    11 plays, 71 yds, 2:14
    16 – 21
  • Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns
    Q3 5:01
    Touchdown
    E.Bailey rushed to ULM End Zone for 2 yards. E.Bailey for 2 yards, TOUCHDOWN. N.Snyder extra point is good.
    4 plays, 85 yds, 2:01
    10 – 21
  • Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks
    Q2 12:29
    Touchdown
    R.Rodriguez pass complete to ULL 46. Catch made by J.Knight at ULL 46. Gain of 46 yards. J.Knight for 46 yards, TOUCHDOWN. C.Sutherland extra point is good.
    5 plays, 62 yds, 1:39
    10 – 14
  • Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns
    Q1 3:48
    Touchdown
    C.Smith pass complete to ULM 37. Catch made by K.Lacy at ULM 37. Gain of 37 yards. K.Lacy for 37 yards, TOUCHDOWN. N.Snyder extra point is good.
    8 plays, 75 yds, 3:46
    3 – 14
  • Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks
    Q1 7:34
    Field Goal
    C.Sutherland 26 yard field goal attempt is good, Center-ULM, Holder-ULM.
    15 plays, 66 yds, 6:52
    3 – 7
  • Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns
    Q1 14:26
    Touchdown
    L.Lewis rushed to ULM End Zone for 20 yards. L.Lewis for 20 yards, TOUCHDOWN. N.Snyder extra point is good.
    2 plays, 75 yds, 0:34
    0 – 7
All times are Eastern Time


GAMES


NEWS

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STANDINGS

East CONF W-L HOME AWAY STRK

Logo of the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers 62 112 71 41 W3

Logo of the Appalachian State Mountaineers

Appalachian State Mountaineers 71 104 71 33 L2

Logo of the Georgia State Panthers

Georgia State Panthers 62 85 42 43 W4

Logo of the Troy Trojans

Troy Trojans 35 57 33 24 L3

Logo of the Georgia Southern Eagles

Georgia Southern Eagles 26 39 24 15 L2
West CONF W-L HOME AWAY STRK

Logo of the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns

Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns 80 131 70 61 W13

Logo of the South Alabama Jaguars

South Alabama Jaguars 26 57 42 15 L4

Logo of the Texas State Bobcats

Texas State Bobcats 35 48 24 24 W1

Logo of the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks

Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks 26 48 42 06 L5

Logo of the Arkansas State Red Wolves

Arkansas State Red Wolves 17 210 15 15 L2


RANKINGS

W L PCT STRK TREND
1

Alabama Crimson Tide 13 2 .867 L1

2

2

Michigan Wolverines 12 2 .857 L1

3

Georgia Bulldogs 14 1 .933 W2

2

4

Cincinnati Bearcats 13 1 .929 L1

5

Notre Dame Fighting Irish 11 2 .846 L1

1

6

Ohio State Buckeyes 11 2 .846 W1

1

7

Baylor Bears 12 2 .857 W5

2

8

Ole Miss Rebels 10 3 .769 L1

9

Oklahoma State Cowboys 12 2 .857 W1

4

10

Michigan State Spartans 11 2 .846 W2

1

11

Utah Utes 10 4 .714 L1

6

12

Pittsburgh Panthers 11 3 .786 L1

3

13

Brigham Young Cougars 10 3 .769 L1

1

14

Oregon Ducks 10 4 .714 L2

4

15

Iowa Hawkeyes 10 4 .714 L2

2

16

Oklahoma Sooners 11 2 .846 W1

2

17

Wake Forest Demon Deacons 11 3 .786 W1

1

18

North Carolina State Wolfpack 9 3 .750 W2

19

Clemson Tigers 10 3 .769 W6

1

20

Houston Cougars 12 2 .857 W1

1

21

Arkansas Razorbacks 9 4 .692 W2

1

22

Kentucky Wildcats 10 3 .769 W4

1

23

Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns 13 1 .929 W13

1

24

San Diego State Aztecs 12 2 .857 W1

5

25

Texas A&M Aggies 8 4 .667 L1


ROSTER

NO NAME POS HT WT
0

Zarian McGill

Zarian McGill OL 6’2″ 307
7

Zach Jackson

Zach Jackson WR 6’0″ 196
73

Aries Davis

Aries Davis OL 6’2″ 310
89

Cameron Darling

Cameron Darling TE 6’5″ 237
21

Jakyle Holmes

Jakyle Holmes RB 5’9″ 198
80

Will Derrick

Will Derrick WR 6’0″ 160
57

Garrett Hirsch

Garrett Hirsch OL 6’3″ 315
85

Austin Yankowy

Austin Yankowy TE 6’4″ 255
17

Boogie Knight

Boogie Knight WR 5’10” 191
1

Andrew Henry

Andrew Henry RB 5’10” 196
5

Jevin Frett

Jevin Frett WR 6’2″ 195
9

CJ Fletcher

CJ Fletcher WR 6’1″ 192
6

Chandler Rogers

Chandler Rogers QB 6’0″ 179
65

Chase Rodriguez

Chase Rodriguez OL 6’2″ 343
46

Charles Norman

Charles Norman RB 5’8″ 198
12

Carter Lane

Carter Lane QB 6’2″ 170
20

Brian Garcia

Brian Garcia QB 5’9″ 160
23

Zach Shaw

Zach Shaw QB 6’2″ 215
4

Rhett Rodriguez

Rhett Rodriguez QB 6’0″ 196
13

Garrett Hable

Garrett Hable QB 5’10” 188
2

Malik Jackson

Malik Jackson RB 5’9″ 178
21

Hunter Smith

Hunter Smith RB 5’11” 176
27

Jordan Crumpton

Jordan Crumpton TE 6’3″ 246
82

Zach Rasmussen

Zach Rasmussen TE 6’4″ 224
33

Brock Booker

Brock Booker TE 6’6″ 250
9

Alred Luke

Alred Luke WR 5’7″ 169
83

Trey Williams

Trey Williams WR 6’1″ 205
84

Jahmeel Rice

Jahmeel Rice WR 6’2″ 187
1

Javin Myers

Javin Myers RB 5’7″ 197
86

Justin Kimber

Justin Kimber WR 6’3″ 179
50

Fabian Pickering

Fabian Pickering G 6’0″ 318
22

Zack Martin

Zack Martin RB 5’10” 206
0

Tyrone Howell

Tyrone Howell WR 6’3″ 200
19

Coby Cavil

Coby Cavil WR 5’8″ 160
3

Isaiah Phillips

Isaiah Phillips RB 5’7″ 198
72

Stacey Wilkins

Stacey Wilkins OL 6’6″ 316
34

Dallas Reagor

Dallas Reagor RB 5’10” 179
35

Rylan Green

Rylan Green TE 6’2″ 251
65

Dakota Torbert

Dakota Torbert G 6’5″ 305
48

Abraham Alce

Abraham Alce RB 6’0″ 224
72

Avante Burnham

Avante Burnham OL 5’10” 280
8

Jared Sparks

Jared Sparks WR 6’1″ 215
27

Charlie Norman

Charlie Norman RB 5’8″ 202
85

Donavon Hickman

Donavon Hickman TE 6’1″ 230
62

Peyton Talley

Peyton Talley OL 6’0″ 250
87

Noah Patty

Noah Patty TE 6’5″ 244
0

William Berry

William Berry WR 5’9″ 178
12

Garrett Kahmann

Garrett Kahmann QB 6’3″ 220
84

Frederick Lloyd

Frederick Lloyd WR 6’5″ 215
37

Kayden Hager

Kayden Hager WR 5’7″ 180
13

Jiya Wright

Jiya Wright QB 6’0″ 198
0

Tellek Lockette

Tellek Lockette OL 6’3″ 312
81

Jordan Carroll

Jordan Carroll WR 6’3″ 205
0

Joe Brown

Joe Brown TE 6’2″ 237
45

Zach Murphy

Zach Murphy RB 5’8″ 160
63

Semaj Payton

Semaj Payton OL 6’0″ 330
88

Dariyan Wiley

Dariyan Wiley WR 6’0″ 196
25

Zemare Harvin

Zemare Harvin RB 5’9″ 160
30

Kellum Humphrey

Kellum Humphrey WR 6’0″ 185


Overview

The University of Louisiana Monroe (ULM) is a public university in Monroe, Louisiana. It is part of the University of Louisiana System.


Athletics

Teams participate in NCAA Division I (Division I FBS for football). ULM joined the Sun Belt Conference for all sports on July 1, 2006 after playing in the Southland Conference in all sports except football (swimming and diving team was in Sun Belt Conference, but was dropped in 2005).
ULM moved from Division I-AA (now Division I FCS) to Division I-A (now FBS) i…


History

ULM opened in 1931 as Ouachita Parish Junior College. Three years later it became the Northeast Center of Louisiana State University. In 1936 and 1937, its dean was Stephen A. Caldwell.
Its name changed again in 1949, to Northeast Junior College of Louisiana State University. A year later, it became an autonomous four-year institution as Nort…


Academics

The Atmospheric Science program at ULM offers the only 4 year Meteorology program in the state of Louisiana. ULM’s Atmospheric Science program is the only undergraduate only program with a Polarimetric Doppler Weather Radar.
The College of Business and Social Sciences (CBSS) seeks to prepare students for productive careers and responsible citizenship. The college benefits students, businesses and the commun…


Notable alumni

Some of University of Louisiana at Monroe notable alumni include:
• Businessmen: Tim Brando, Moon Griffon, Marc Swayze, Willie Robertson, Rob Redding, and Joey Arbogast
• Entertainers: Tim McGraw
• Football players: Chris Harris, Marty Booker, Stan Humphries, Stepfret Williams, Jimmy Edwards, Joe Profit, Roosevelt Potts, Bubby Brister, and Doug …

Some of University of Louisiana at Monroe notable alumni include:
• Businessmen: Tim Brando, Moon Griffon, Marc Swayze, Willie Robertson, Rob Redding, and Joey Arbogast
• Entertainers: Tim McGraw
• Football players: Chris Harris, Marty Booker, Stan Humphries, Stepfret Williams, Jimmy Edwards, Joe Profit, Roosevelt Potts, Bubby Brister, and Doug Pederson, head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars and formerly the Philadelphia Eagles


External links

• Official website
• ULM Athletics website


Overview

The Louisiana–Monroe Warhawks football (also known as ULM Warhawks, formerly competing as the Northeast Louisiana Indians) program is a college football team that represents the University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM).
With a history dating back to 1931, ULM competes in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), as a member of the Sun Belt Conference. The Warhawks pla…


History

What is now Louisiana–Monroe originally competed as a junior college from 1931 through 1950. In 1951 the Indians completed their first season in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) as Northeast Louisiana State College. The team’s head coach was James L. Malone, who compiled a record of 12–15 in three seasons. Malone resigned after the 1953 season, and Malone …


Conference affiliations

• National Junior College Athletic Association (1931–1950)
• NAIA Independent (1951–1952)
• Gulf States Conference (1953–1971)
• Division I Independent (1972–1977)


Championships

The Warhawks have one national championship, captured in the 1987 NCAA Division I-AA Football Championship Game. Led by first team All-America Stan Humphries, the 1987 Indians squad completed the regular season with an overall record of 9–2. The losses came against Lamar and Southwestern Louisiana of Division I-A. The Indians also finished 6–0 to capture their first outright Southland Conference championship. En route to the championship game in Pocatello, Idaho, NL…


Rivalries

The Battle on the Bayou is the annual rivalry game between Louisiana–Monroe and Louisiana-Lafayette. A wooden boot-shaped rivalry trophy was created in 2002 to be awarded to the victors. Both schools are members of the Sun Belt Conference. The Battle on the Bayou is a rivalry not just in football, but in all sports when the Cajuns and Warhawks meet. Louisiana – Lafayette holds a 29–25 edge in the series through the 2019 season.


Football classifications

• 1931–1950: National Junior College Athletic Association
• 1951–1974: NAIA
• 1975–1977: NCAA Division I
• 1978–1981: NCAA Division I-A


Major accomplishments

In 1994, during their first year as a Division I-A team, the-then Northeast Louisiana Indians defeated the Kentucky Wildcats 21-14 at Commonwealth Stadium.
In 1995, the school followed their victory against Kentucky the previous year up with another win against an SEC team, this time defeating Mississippi State 34-32 in Starkville.
In 2007, the Warhawks upset the Alabama Crimson Tide in Bryant–Denny Stadium 21–14, despit…


Professional players

The program has sent several players into the professional ranks, including Joe Profit, Ronnie Washington [Linebacker and was the 2nd first round pick by the Arizona Outlaws of the USFL], Stan Humphries, Roosevelt Potts, Bubby Brister, Chris Harris, Doug Pederson, Marty Booker, and Smokey Stover into the National Football League, David Dumars and Steven Jyles into the Canadian Football Lea…

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