Not sure how useful this will be but I attempted to take the realignment plan from 2019 and map them on the NCAA site, which only has data from 2020. So, a number of mistakes are inherent simply because of recent changes to the conferences. Each of the new regions are shown below. The green dots inside the map are the member schools within that region. The number of schools at the top are the number originally thought to be going into the region and then what was mapped (including schools I couldn’t show). Differences (again) are due to changes in the conference but in some cases problems with the NCAA mapping tool. Oh, we’ve also lost a couple of schools, which account for some numbering differences.
Region I (39 Schools Originally / 44 Mapped)
Region II (38 Schools Originally / 37 Mapped)
Not shown – Brandeis & Pine Manor
Region III (39 Schools Originally / 39 Mapped)
Not shown – Rochester
Region IV (38 Schools Originally / 43 Mapped*)
Not shown – NYU
* The Map doesn’t correctly show the MAC schools. Commonwealth schools are shown in this map because of that error.
Region V (47 Schools Originally / 54 Mapped*)
Not shown – Valley Forge, Trinity (Washington) and Carnegie Mellon
* The Map doesn’t correctly show the MAC schools. Freedom schools are shown in this map because of that error.
Region VI (43 Schools Originally / 40 Mapped*)
Not Shown – Emory
* The Map doesn’t correctly show the C2C schools. They were excluded but only a subset of the conference is in this region.
Region VII (49 Schools Originally / 49 Mapped)
Not shown – Case Western
Region VIII (53 Schools Originally / 51 Mapped)
Not shown – Chicago, WashU and Mount Mary
Region IX (41 Schools Originally / 41 Mapped)
Not Shown – Finlandia
Region X (39 Schools Originally / 40 Mapped)
Not Shown – Mills College and UC Santa Cruz