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Ohio Community College Athletic Conference

Ohio Community College Athletic Conference
(OCCAC)
Ohio Community College Athletic Conference logo
Established 1972
Association NJCAA
Division Region XII
Members 11
Sports fielded 7 (men's: 4; women's: 3)
Region Ohio
Headquarters Dayton, Ohio
Commissioner Scott Barlow
Website http://www.occac.org/

The Ohio Community College Athletic Conference or OCCAC is a college athletic conference whose member institutions are community colleges in the state of Ohio. It is a member of Region XII of the National Junior College Athletic Association.

Members

Institution Location Founded Nickname
Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Cincinnati, Ohio 1966 Surge
Clark State Community College Springfield, Ohio 1966 Eagles
Columbus State Community College Columbus, Ohio 1963 Cougars
Cuyahoga Community College (East, Metro, and West) Cleveland, Ohio 1963 Challengers
Edison State College Piqua, Ohio 1973 Chargers
Lakeland Community College Kirtland, Ohio 1967 Lakers
Lorain County Community College Elyria, Ohio 1963 Commodores
Owens Community College Toledo, Ohio 1965 Express
Sinclair Community College Dayton, Ohio 1887 Tartan Pride

External links

  • NJCAA Website
  • Official Site of the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference
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