|St. Norbert Green Knights|
|University||St. Norbert College|
|Athletic director||Tim Bald|
|Location||De Pere, Wisconsin|
|Varsity teams||22 (23 in 2019)|
|Football stadium||Schneider Stadium|
|Basketball arena||Mulva Family Fitness and Sports Center|
|Ice hockey arena||Cornerstone Community Ice Center|
|Baseball stadium||Mel Nicks Sports Complex|
|Colors||Green and Gold|
The St. Norbert Green Knights are teams representing St. Norbert College in 22 sports in NCAA Division III athletics, with a 23rd sport added in 2019. The Green Knights are currently members of the Midwest Conference (MWC).
St. Norbert College (SNC) is a private Catholic liberal arts college in De Pere, Wisconsin. Founded in October 1898 by Abbot Bernard Pennings, a Norbertine priest and educator, the school was named after Saint Norbert of Xanten. In 1952, the college became coeducational. As of March 2018, the school's enrollment is 2,165 students.
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St. Norbert added men's volleyball for the 2019–20 school year (2020 season). Since the MWC sponsors the sport only for women, St. Norbert was a single-sport member of the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference (NACC) for that year.In April 2019, the school announced they would move all sports to the NACC for the 2020-21 school year.
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|Soccer||Swimming & Diving|
|Swimming & Diving||Tennis|
|Tennis||Track & Field (indoor)|
|Track & Field (indoor)||Track & Field (outdoor)|
|Track & Field (outdoor)||Volleyball|
|Volleyball (from 2019–20)|
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