Minnesota College Athletic Conference
Minnesota College Athletic Conference
(MCAC)
Minnesota College Athletic Conference logo
Established 1967
Association NJCAA
Division Division III
Members 16
Sports fielded 8 (men's: 6; women's: 5)
Region 13
Former names Minnesota Community College Conference
Headquarters Rochester, Minnesota
Website mcacsports.org

Minnesota College Athletic Conference (MCAC) formerly Minnesota Community College Conference is junior college collegiate athletic conference. Its sixteen member institutions are located exclusively in the Midwest, stretching from Northern Minnesota into Western Wisconsin. The conference competes in Division III, in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). The MCCC was established in the fall of 1967.

North Dakota State College of Science and Dakota College joined the conference in football only beginning with the 2014 season.

Member schools

Institution Location
(Population)
Founded Nickname Colors Varsity
Teams
Division
Anoka-Ramsey Community College Coon Rapids, Minnesota
(61,476)
1965 Golden Rams Blue & Gold           7 South
Central Lakes College Brainerd, Minnesota
(13,590)
1938 Raiders Navy & Red           8 North
Fond Du Lac Tribal and Community College Cloquet, Minnesota
(12,124)
1987 Thunder Orange & Black           6 North
Hibbing Community College Hibbing, Minnesota
(16,361)
1916 Cardinals Cardinal & White           6 North
Itasca Community College Grand Rapids, Minnesota
(10,869)
1922 Vikings Blue & White
         
7 North
Mesabi Range College Virginia, Minnesota
(8,712)
1970 Norse Forest & Gold           7 North
Minnesota State Community and Technical College Fergus Falls, Minnesota
(13,138)
2006 Spartans Blue & Gold 7 South
Minnesota West Community & Technical College Worthington, Minnesota
(12,764)
1997 Bluejays Blue & White 7 South
Northland Community & Technical College Thief River Falls, Minnesota
(8,573)
1949 Pioneers Navy & Red           7 North
Rainy River Community College International Falls, Minnesota
(6,424)
1967 Voyageurs Red & Black 5 North
Ridgewater College Willmar, Minnesota
(19,610)
1996 Warriors Scarlet & Gray           7 South
Riverland Community College Austin, Minnesota
(24,718)
1940 Blue Devils Blue & White 6 South
Rochester Community & Technical College Rochester, Minnesota
(106,769)
1915 Yellow Jackets Navy & Gold           10 South
St. Cloud Technical College St. Cloud, Minnesota
(65,842)
1948 Cyclones Forest & Gold 5 South
Vermilion Community College Ely, Minnesota
(3,460)
1922 Ironmen & Ironwomen Blue & Gold           6 North
Western Technical College La Crosse, Wisconsin
(51,320)
1912 Cavaliers Red & Black           4 South

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Associate member

Institution Location Founded Joined Type Enrollment Nickname Colors Sport(s) Primary Conference
Dakota College at Bottineau Bottineau, North Dakota 1906 2014 Public Lumberjacks Green, White
         
Football Mon-Dak Conference
North Dakota State College of Science Wahpeton, North Dakota 1903 2014 Public 3,127 Wildcats Red, Black
         
Football Mon-Dak Conference

Sports

Teams in Minnesota College Athletic Conference competition[2]
Sport Men's Women's
Baseball
14
-
Basketball
16
14
Football
10
-
Golf
5
2
Soccer 3 2
Softball
-
14
Volleyball
-
16
Wrestling
4
-

References

  1. ^ "MCAC Members". www.mcac-sports.com. Minnesota College Athletic Conference. Retrieved 2014. 
  2. ^ "MCAC Sports". www.mcac-sports.com. Minnesota College Athletic Conference. Retrieved 2014. 

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