|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 added men's volleyball for the 2019–20 school year (2020 season). Since the MWC sponsors the sport only for women, St. Norbert will be a single-sport member of the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference (NACC) for that year.In April 2019, the school announced it would move all sports to the NACC for the 2020-21 school year.
|Soccer||Swimming & Diving|
|Swimming & Diving||Tennis|
|Tennis||Track & Field (indoor)|
|Track & Field (indoor)||Track & Field (outdoor)|
|Track & Field (outdoor)||Volleyball|
|Volleyball (from 2019–20)|
The St. Norbert's hockey program is coached by Tim Coghlin and has won five national championships under his leadership.
St. Norbert has had five Major League Baseball Draft selections since the draft began in 1965.
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