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The Tarleton State Texans (formerly the Tarleton State Texans and TexAnns), also known as the Tarleton Texans, are the athletic teams that represent TarletonThe Tarleton State Texans (formerly the Tarleton State Texans and TexAnns), also known as the Tarleton Texans, are the athletic teams that represent Tarleton State University of Stephenville, Texas in NCAA Division I intercollegiate sports. Before Tarleton State became a four-year institution in 1961, they were known as the "Plowboys". The Texans compete as members of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) for 13 of their 14 varsity sports. During the school's four-year transition to full D-I membership, set to end in July 2024, Tarleton plans to add several sports, with women's soccer the first to be confirmed (though no date for the team's launch has been set).Before joining the WAC in July 2020, Tarleton State had been a member of the NCAA Division II Lone Star Conference (LSC). It had two separate stints in the LSC, first from 1968–1975 and then from 1995–2020. Tarleton was also a founding member of the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association (TIAA) in 1976 and remained in that league until 1990. From 1991 to 1994 Tarleton played as an independent. The Texans began their transition to Division I upon joining the WAC. As the WAC does not sponsor football, Tarleton's football program competes at the second level of D-I football, the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), as an independent.
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