Mon Nov 19
6:00 pm
Elizabethtown
at Lebanon Valley
Tue Nov 20
6:00 PM
Drew
at Penn St.-Berks
Tue Nov 20
6:00 PM
DeSales
at Moravian
Tue Nov 20
6:00 PM
Notre Dame (Md.)
at Goucher
Tue Nov 20
7:00 PM
Widener
at Scranton
Tue Nov 20
7:00 PM
Wash. & Jeff.
at Juniata
Tue Nov 20
7:00 PM
Lebanon Valley
at Elizabethtown
Tue Nov 20
7:00 PM
St. Elizabeth
at Drew
Tue Nov 20
7:00 PM
Lycoming
at Susquehanna
Tue Nov 20
7:00 PM
St. Mary's (Md.)
at Catholic
Tue Nov 20
7:00 PM
Scranton
at Marywood
Tue Nov 20
8:00 PM
DeSales
at Moravian
Sat Nov 24
3:00 PM
Sarah Lawrence
at Catholic
Sun Nov 25
1:00 PM
Wesleyan (Conn.)
at Drew
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A Historical Timeline of Key Events in the Landmark Conference

February 9, 2005   Group of Presidents from Mid-Atlantic institutions met; agreed to create an organization to engage in athletic competition
November 10, 2005   Catholic, Drew, Goucher, Juniata, Moravian, Stevens Institute of Technology, Susquehanna, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA) agree on principles and timetable for a new conference
February 6, 2006   Eight institutions committed in writing to new conference; Landmark Conference chosen as the name
March 7, 2006   Steven’s Institute of Technology withdrew; joined Empire 8.
September 1, 2006   Dr. John A. Reeves, recently retired Athletics Director at Columbia University in New York, named Commissioner.
September 21, 2006   Presidents and athletic directors met to consider adding a new member to return the conference to eight institutions
September 2006   The conference office was established at Drew University in Madison, N.J.
November 2-3, 2006
  The CEO’s invited the University of Scranton, led by Reverend Scott R. Pilarz, to join the Landmark Conference. Scranton accepted the invitation.
August 10, 2007   The NCAA granted active membership status to the Landmark Conference.
September 15, 2007   The first official Landmark Conference contest took place with Scranton at USMMA in men’s soccer.
February 5-6, 2008   The Landmark held its first Landmark Collaboration/Integration Institute. The Institute brought together student-athletes, Chief Executive Officers, Chief Academic Officers, Athletics Directors, Faculty Athletics Representatives and Senior Women’s Administrators from all eight Landmark institutions to discuss issues involving collaboration and integration among Landmark institutions along with sportsmanship.
June 12, 2008   The Landmark Office announced Moravian as the winners of the inaugural Landmark Conference President’s All Sports Cup. Moravian placed first with a total of 6.861 finishing slight ahead of Scranton which was second with 6.859 points.
November 9, 2009   The conference earned automatic bids to the NCAA Championships for the first time.
February 17, 2010   Moravian announced it would be discontinuing its men's and women's lacrosse programs following the conclusion of the 2010 season as part of college-wide cost-cutting measures.
June 30, 2010   Juniata was announced as the inaugural winner of the Landmark Student-Athlete Advisory Sportsmanship Cup.
November 30, 2010   Washington & Jefferson joined the conference as an affiliate member in men’s lacrosse.
September 1, 2011   Marywood joined the conference as an affiliate member in swimming and diving.
April 4, 2012   Dan Fisher named second commissioner of the Landmark.
July 2, 2012   Conference office moves to Goucher College.
February 5, 2013   Presidents met and discussed expansion of the conference.
March 26, 2013   Presidents invited Elizabethtown to join the Landmark.
April 2, 2013   Elizabethtown announced as the Landmark’s ninth member, beginning July 1, 2014.
November 19, 2013   The conference was incorporated as a not-for-profit.