Aston, Pa. – The Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) – formerly the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference (PAC) – announced the launch of its new website at www.csacsports.org. The new site includes an updated design, easy navigation, and numerous other features that will benefit conference constituencies.
The CSAC worked closely with Internet Consulting Services (ICS) of Syracuse, NY to produce the new site, which is the latest in the conference rebranding initiative that began in February. The rebranding effort also included a conference name change and new logo.
“It is crucial to have a website that is easy to navigate and looks great,” said CSAC Commissioner, Amy J. Friedman. “The new site is the result of the collective efforts of many CSAC stakeholders. It is fitting to honor our institutions, student-athletes and coaches, with a website that highlights their collective achievements.”
Working with the Website and Communications Committee, the conference office and ICS were able to develop a list of features that were crucial to conference constituencies. Included on the website are sport schedules for each member institution, contact information for each member, conference history, bylaws, operating procedures, and awards information.
As of July 1, 2008, the member institutions of the Colonial States Athletic Conference are: Baptist Bible College, Cabrini College, Cedar Crest College, Centenary College, College of Notre Dame, Gwynedd-Mercy College, Keystone College, Immaculata University, Marywood University, Neumann College, Rosemont College, and Philadelphia Biblical University. Shenandoah University will continue as an associate member in Men's Lacrosse.