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Michigan Community College Athletic Association

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Michigan Community College Athletic Association

The Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) is an association of community college athletic departments throughout Michigan and northern Indiana.

The men's sports organized by the MCCAA are: volleyball, soccer, cross country, basketball, bowling and softball.

Member schools

School City, State Nickname Colors Founded Enrollment
Alpena CC Alpena, MI Lumberjacks Maroon/Gray 1952 1,250
Ancilla College Donaldson, IN Chargers Royal Blue/Gold 1937 635
Delta College University Center, MI Pioneers Green/White 1961 7,500
Glen Oaks CC Centreville, MI Vikings Green/Gold 1967 1,400
Grand Rapids CC Grand Rapids, MI Raiders Blue/Gold 1914 6,500
Henry Ford College Dearborn, MI Hawks Royal Blue/White 1938 5,000
Jackson College Jackson, MI Jets Maroon/Old Gold 1928 6,222
Kalamazoo Valley CC Kalamazoo, MI Cougars Royal Blue/White 1966 13,500
Kellogg CC Battle Creek, MI Bruins Blue/Silver 1959 8,089
Kirtland CC Roscommon, MI Firebirds Teal/Gold/Black 1966 1,826
Lake Michigan College Benton Harbor, MI Red Hawks Red/Black 1946 1,900
Lansing CC Lansing, MI Stars Black/Silver/White 1957 19,600
Macomb CC Warren, MI Monarchs Navy/White 1954 21,000
Mott CC Flint, MI Bears Black/Gold 1923 9,700
Muskegon CC Muskegon, MI Jayhawks Royal Blue/Gold 1926 4,166
Oakland CC Waterford, MI Raiders Green/White 1964 26,000
St. Clair County CC Port Huron, MI Skippers Navy/White 1923 2,394
Schoolcraft College Livonia, MI Ocelots Blue/Gold 1961 9,000
Wayne County CCD Detroit, MI Wildcats Blue/White 1967 11,266

External links and references

  • Official website

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