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Midwest Community College Athletic Conference

Midwest Community College Athletic Conference
(MCCAC)
Midwest Community College Athletic Conference logo
Established 1965
Association NJCAA
Members 10
Sports fielded 18 (men's: 8; women's: 10)
Region Midwest
Former names Midwest Junior College Athletic Conference (MJCAC)
Headquarters St. Louis, Missouri
Commissioner Jay Mehrhoff
Website http://mcca-conference.com/index.html

The Midwest Community College Athletic Conference (MCCAC) is a college athletic conference affiliated with the National Junior College Athletic Association within its Region XVI.

The MCCAC is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri.

Members

Former Members

In addition, three campuses of St. Louis Community College (Florissant Valley, Forest Park, and Meramec) participated as individual members, prior to STLCC consolidating athletic programs under one banner. (Wildwood never operated an athletic program.)

Resources

  • MCCAC Website
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