Mid-West Athletic Conference
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Mid-West Athletic Conference
Mid-West Athletic Conference
Mid-West Athletic Conference (logo).jpg

Established 1990
Members 9
Sports fielded 22(12 men's, 10 women's)
Country United States
Region Midwest
States 1 - Illinois
Headquarters Springfield, Illinois
Website MWAC Website

Also known as (MWAC). Hosted by the National Junior College Athletic Association, the Mid-West Athletic Conference is a two-year college conference composing the two-year schools in central and south central Illinois who also compete as part of the NJCAA in its Region XXIV. Conference championships are held in most sports and individuals can be named to All-Conference and All-Academic teams. The conference itself is a Division-II organization though some member schools feature teams that compete at the Division-I or Division-III levels.


Institution Location Founded Joined Conference Enrollment Nickname
Danville Area Community College Danville, Illinois 1946 1990 5,000 Jaguars
Lincoln College Lincoln, Illinois 1853 1990 700 Lynx
Parkland College Champaign, Illinois 1966 1996 6,245 Cobras
Lincoln Land Community College Springfield, Illinois 1969 1994 4,156 Loggers
John Wood Community College Quincy, Illinois 1992 1998 650 Trail Blazers
Illinois Central College East Peoria, Illinois 1967 2005 5,000 Cougars
Spoon River College Canton, Illinois 1959 1990 4,500 Snappers
Lewis & Clark Community College Godfrey, Illinois 1838 1990 900 Trailblazers
Heartland Community College Normal, Illinois 1991 2006 4,500 Hawks



  • Basketball (Division I, II, III)
  • Baseball (Division I, II, III)
  • Soccer (Division I, III)
  • Track & Field (Division I, III)
  • Football
  • Golf (Division I, II, III)
  • Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Cross Country (Division I, III)
  • Wrestiling
  • Tennis (Division I, III)
  • Swimming and Diving


  • Basketball (Division I, II, III)
  • Softball (Division I, II, III)
  • Soccer (Division I, III)
  • Track & Field (Division I, III)
  • Volleyball (Division I, II, III)
  • Golf
  • Cross Country (Division I, III)
  • Tennis (Division I, III)
  • Lacrosse
  • Swimming and Diving

See also


NJCAA Website

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