Join the College List Zone

Looking for some nice and easy to use college lists to speed along your college search?

Become a member of College List Zone and have easy to use college lists in PDF format at your fingertips.

This is a new service and right now I’m rolling out the baseball lists. As a subscriber you’ll you can download lists of college baseball programs by state or conference. (Softball will be next and then I’ll go by requests.) The following is an example for Maine.

List of college basebal programs in Maine

I’ll update the lists as the data becomes available.

Right now I only have baseball for the states and the D1 conferences. I’m working on getting D2, D3, and NAIA up. And I’m still working on formatting. Everything works but it’s not very pretty yet.

Since this is a work in progress, the six month membership is only $4.99 instead of $9.99.

Baseball Zone


Current Lists

  • Baseball Programs by State
  • NCAA D1 Baseball Programs by Conference

Coming Soon

  • NCAA D2 Baseball Programs by Conference
  • NCAA D3 Baseball Programs by Conference
  • NAIA Baseball Programs by Conference

How Much Does it Cost?

A six month subscription will be $9.99. During this introductory period, the price is only $4.99.

How Long is the subscription?

Right now the subscription is for six months. I plan on offering a year option once all the data is available.

Where does the data come from?

The data comes from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) and the Office of Postsecondary Education’s  Equity in Athletics Data Analysis Cutting Tool. This is data reported to the Federal Government. There is up to a two year delay in reporting the data.

This means that some schools will have changed conferences or even divisions by the time the data is published. I do my best to correct this information when possible. While the rest of the information may be “dated,” it generally doesn’t change much from year to year. More importantly, the schools rarely change relative to one another in terms of one costing more or having higher test scores. The data is an effective way to compare schools.