Southwest Junior College Football Conference

The Southwest Junior College Football Conference (SWJCFC) is a football conference for NJCAA teams located in the southwest United States. The conference has produced 5 of the last 15 NJCAA national champions.

Current members

School Team Name Location Primary Conference
Blinn College Buccaneers Brenham, Texas SJCC
Cisco College Wranglers Cisco, Texas NTJCAC
Kilgore College Rangers Kilgore, Texas SJCC
Navarro College Bulldogs Corsicana, Texas SJCC
New Mexico Military Institute Broncos Roswell, New Mexico SJCC
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Golden Norsemen Miami, Oklahoma Bi-State
Trinity Valley Community College Cardinals Athens, Texas SJCC
Tyler Junior College Apaches Tyler, Texas SJCC

Former members

Future member

New Mexico Military Institute has announced it will leave the Western States Football League and join the SWJCFC for the 2016 season.

Champions

  • Trinity Valley (aka Henderson County) (17 titles, 11 outright):2014, 2005, 1999, 1997, 1994, 1991*, 1988, 1984, 1983, 1973*, 1968*, 1967, 1966*, 1965, 1959, 1958, 1953*, 1952*
  • Kilgore (14 titles, 10 outright):2015, 2004, 2001, 1992*, 1990, 1982, 1980, 1978, 1977*, 1975, 1970, 1968*, 1966*, 1946
  • Tyler (11 titles, 8 outright): 2000, 1993*, 1992*, 1991*, 1986, 1985, 1981, 1979, 1974, 1971, 1969
  • Navarro (11 titles, 6 outright): 2007, 1993*, 1989, 1977*, 1976, 1973*, 1962*, 1961, 1953*, 1952, 1951
  • Blinn (5 titles, 5 outright): 2006, 1996, 1995, 1987, 1972
  • Northeastern Oklahoma A&M (3 titles, 3 outright): 2003, 2002, 1998
  • Texarkana (3 titles, 2 outright): 1964, 1957, 1955*
  • Wharton County (3 titles, 1 outright): 1963, 1962*, 1948*
  • Panola (2 titles, 2 outright): 1950, 1949
  • Paris (2 titles, 1 outright): 1955*, 1954
  • Ranger (2 titles, 1 outright): 1960, 1948*
  • Allen (1 title, 1 outright): 1956
  • Hillsboro (now Hills College) (1 title, 0 outright): 1947*
  • Southwest Texas (1 title, 0 outright): 1947*

"*" denotes shared title

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