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Support NCAA collegiate equestrian programs by participating in the NCEA National Championship 2019 Silent Auction, held in conjunction with NCEA National Championship held at the Extraco Center in Waco, TX, April 17-20, 2019. If you are the bidder who takes home the prize and would like to pay via credit card, you will have the option to do that at the NCEA National Championship. If not in attendance, winning bids must be paid by check within 10 days of the closing of the Auction. Those items not paid by deadline will be awarded to the next bidder.
About National Collegiate Equestrian Association
Mission Statement of the NCEA
The NCEA, in concert with the mission and vision of the NCAA, is committed to providing collegiate opportunities for female equestrian student-athletes to compete at the highest level, while embracing equity, diversity and promoting academic and competitive excellence.
Vision Statement of the NCEA
To be recognized globally as the premier level of competition for elite female collegiate equestrian student-athletes.
History of the NCEA
In 1998, Equestrian was identified and adopted by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Committee on Women’s Athletics (CWA) as an emerging sport for women at the Division I and II and III levels. Currently, there are 18 Division I and four Division II programs sponsoring equestrian.
The National Collegiate Equestrian Association (NCEA), a non-profit corporation, was created as a governing body to advance the sport of equestrian. The NCEA is responsible for the development and administration of equestrian rules and guidelines. Equestrian is subject to all NCAA policies and procedures in the same manner as other sports.
The NCEA developed sub-committees for areas critical to the advancement of equestrian. These sub-committees consist of coaches and administrators from member institutions. Coaches and administrators are invited to serve on any of the various NCEA Committees of their choice. The committees include but are not limited to: Emerging Sports, Competition, Promotions, Sponsorship, Selection, and Championship. Each committee is charged with helping to progress equestrian to championship sport status within the NCAA. Additionally, liaisons from the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) and the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) interact with and provide input to these committees and the NCEA Executive Committee.