Some NAIA updates:
American Mideast Conference will be disbanded (per wikipedia).
It was down to 2 members after Daemen got approval to move to NCAA D-2.
The two schools - Fisher (MA) and Wilberforce (OH) move to NAIA's Association of Independent Institutions (AII) - a pseudo-conference.
Two schools left the Trans South Conference for the American Midwest Conference (giving the latter 11):
Lyon (AR) and MidContinent (KY)
The Trans South Athletic Conference (TSAC) has apparently added Life University (GA) to the 4 remaining schools (all Tennessee), for a total of 5.
NCAA D-2 GSC conference just "sort of lost" U of New Orleans (were they ever officially in the GSC ?) to the D-1 Southland.
They may lose North Alabama and West Georgia to D-1 in the not-too-distant future as part of the CAA <- SoCon <- cascade.....
Rumors have the GSC re-stocking with Cumberland (TN) of the NAIA Mid-South and / or Freed-Hardeman of the NAIA TSAC.
The TSAC may be on borrowed time, and shares the same footprint with the NAIA Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC).
I'm wondering if TSAC will be absorbed by the AAC in the near future ?
I have the AMC at 10 w/ the 2 you said and Benedictine-Springfield (just started sports)
TSAC is D-I and AAC is D-II so I don't know if all of those schools are willing to move down.
Maybe they'll merge w/ the MSC
Geogetown(KY) is leaving for GMAC
Bluefield, Pikeville rumored to being looked at by the EMC in D-II
Cumberland(TN), Bethel(TN), Freed-Hardman have all had articles posted about leaving for D-II.