Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference
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Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference

Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference, previously known as the Central Plains Athletic Conference, is an organization of college athletics in southern Manitoba, Canada.

Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference sports include men's and women's hockey, soccer, volleyball, and basketball as well as tournament sports such as golf, badminton, indoor soccer, and table tennis.

Current members

Institution Location Founded Affiliation Enrollment Nickname
Assiniboine Community College Brandon, Manitoba 1961 Public 2,400 Cougars
Brandon University Brandon, Manitoba 1890 Public 3,383 Bobcats
Canadian Mennonite University Winnipeg, Manitoba 1999 Private 1,750 Blazers
Providence College Otterburne, Manitoba 1925 Private 450 Pilots
Red River College Winnipeg, Manitoba 1938 Public 8,000 Rebels
Université de Saint-Boniface Winnipeg, Manitoba 1818 Private 1,250 Voyageurs
University of Winnipeg Winnipeg, Manitoba 1967 Public 9,394 Wesmen

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