As of 2021, which college competes in NCAA Division I sports? (This or That)

[9-8-2022] Microsoft Rewards Bing Homepage “This or That” Quiz Question: As of 2021, which college competes in NCAA Division I sports?

We have put both correct (left side) and incorrect (right side) options below. It will help you determine the correct answer if the correct answer is not on this page but the wrong answer is on the page. The correct answers (1-10) are bold (blue).

  • Boston University ….. Williams College
  • Cornell University ….. University of Rochester
  • Dartmouth College ….. University of Chicago
  • Duke University ….. Trinity College
  • Georgetown University ….. City College of New York
  • Harvard University ….. Wellesley College
  • Northwestern University ….. Washington and Lee University
  • Princeton University ….. New York University
  • Stanford University ….. Emory University
  • Wake Forest University ….. University of Toronto

Other correct answers, according to Bing Quiz, are:

  • Brown University
  • Yale University

There are ~350 schools that are full members of NCAA Division I. According to NCSA Power Rankings, the followings are the best Division I colleges for student-athletes. If your quiz has different options, you can look into the following list to find the correct answers (sorted by name, not by rank).

List of top 100 NCAA Division I colleges based on NCSA Power Rankings:

Appalachian State UniversitySouthern Methodist University – SMU
Auburn UniversityStanford University
Baylor UniversitySUNY Stony Brook University
Boston CollegeSUNY University at Buffalo
Boston UniversitySyracuse University
Brigham Young UniversityTexas A&M University
Brown UniversityTexas Christian University
Bucknell UniversityTulane University
Butler UniversityUniversity of California – Berkeley
California Polytechnic State University – San Luis ObispoUniversity of California – Davis
California State University – FullertonUniversity of California – Irvine
California State University – Long BeachUniversity of California – Los Angeles
Clemson UniversityUniversity of California – Riverside
Colgate UniversityUniversity of California – San Diego
College of the Holy CrossUniversity of California – Santa Barbara
Columbia UniversityUniversity of Connecticut
Cornell UniversityUniversity of Delaware
Dartmouth CollegeUniversity of Florida
Davidson CollegeUniversity of Georgia
Duke UniversityUniversity of Illinois
Elon UniversityUniversity of Iowa
Florida State UniversityUniversity of Maryland
Fordham UniversityUniversity of Massachusetts – Amherst
Furman UniversityUniversity of Miami
George Washington UniversityUniversity of Michigan
Georgetown UniversityUniversity of Minnesota
Georgia TechUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Gonzaga UniversityUniversity of Notre Dame
Harvard UniversityUniversity of Oregon
Indiana UniversityUniversity of Pennsylvania – Penn
Iowa State UniversityUniversity of Pittsburgh
James Madison UniversityUniversity of Richmond
Lafayette CollegeUniversity of San Diego
Lehigh UniversityUniversity of South Carolina
Loyola Marymount UniversityUniversity of South Florida
Marquette UniversityUniversity of Southern California
Miami UniversityUniversity of Tennessee
Michigan State UniversityUniversity of Texas – Austin
North Carolina State UniversityUniversity of Utah
Northeastern UniversityUniversity of Virginia
Northwestern UniversityUniversity of Washington
Ohio State UniversityUniversity of Wisconsin
Penn StateVanderbilt University
Pepperdine UniversityVillanova University
Princeton UniversityVirginia Tech
Providence CollegeWake Forest University
Purdue UniversityWilliam & Mary
Rice UniversityWofford College
Rutgers UniversityXavier University
Santa Clara UniversityYale University

Today’s “Microsoft Rewards Bing Homepage Quiz” has ten answers to the “This or That?” question. Each answer carries 5 points, and the wrong answer does not earn any point. Earn five points per question—up to 50 points total—when you answer correctly. So, select only the correct answers.

If you find other answers, please mention them in the comment.

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