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Mon-Dak Conference

Mon-Dak Conference
Data
Established 1974
Members 21
Sports fielded 18 (10 men's, 8 women's)
Country United States
Region West
States 2 - North Dakota, Montana
Headquarters North Dakota

The Mon-Dak Conference (MDC) is a junior college conference for eight Tech and Community Colleges located in Montana and North Dakota, and is hosted by the National Junior College Athletic Association. Conference championships are held in most sports and some individuals can be named to All-Conference and All-Academic teams. The two Montana schools are members of NJCAA Region 9, while the remaining schools are from NJCAA Region 13.

Members

Institution Location Founded Enrollment Nickname NJCAA Region
Bismarck State College Bismarck, ND 1939 3,500 Mystics XIII
Dakota College at Bottineau Bottineau, ND 1906 655 Lumberjacks XIII
Dawson Community College Glendive, MT 1939 1,200 Buccaneers IX
Lake Region State College Devils Lake, ND 1941 1,657 Royals XIII
Miles Community College Miles City, MT 1939 511 Pioneers IX
North Dakota State College of Science Wahpeton, ND 1903 2,707 Wildcats XIII
United Tribes Technical College Bismarck, ND 1969 375 Thunderbirds XIII
Williston State College Williston, ND 1957 855 Tetons XIII

See also

Resources

NJCAA Website Mon-Dak Conference Website

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