List of Mid-American Conference champions

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This article is a list of Mid-American Conference Champions. The Mid-American Conference sponsors 23 sports, 11 men's and 12 women's.

Membership[edit]

Years listed are the calendar years in which membership began and ended. In the case of affiliate members, the first or last year of competition may differ from the start or end of membership.

Current members[edit]

Affiliate members[edit]

Former members[edit]

Former affiliate members[edit]

Sports[edit]

Baseball[edit]

The baseball season begins in February and finishes with the conference tournament in May at All Pro Freight Stadium in Avon, Ohio.[2]

Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
2012 East
West
2011 East Kent State 21–5 Kent State [3][4]
West Central Michigan 17–9
2010 East Bowling Green, Kent State 18–9 Kent State [5][6]
West Central Michigan 20–7
2009 East Bowling Green 18–8 Kent State [7]
West Ball State 14–10
2008 East Bowling Green, Kent State 16–8 Eastern Michigan [7]
West Eastern Michigan 15–8
2007 East Kent State 19–8 Kent State [7]
West Eastern Michigan 21–4
2006 East Kent State 19–7 Ball State [7]
West Central Michigan 17–9
2005 East Miami 17–5 Miami [7]
West Ball State 17–5
2004 East Miami 14–8 Kent State [7]
West Central Michigan 18–6
2003 East Kent State 20–4 Eastern Michigan [7]
West Ball State 17–10
2002 East Bowling Green 18–7 Kent State [7]
West Eastern Michigan 19–9
2001 East Bowling Green 18–9 Kent State [8]
West Ball State 21–5
2000 East Kent State 20–6 Miami [8]
West Ball State, Central Michigan 18–8
1999 East Bowling Green 21–10 Bowling Green [8]
West Ball State 25–6
1998 East Bowling Green 17–10 Bowling Green [8]
West Ball State 23–8
1997 Ohio 22–9 Ohio [8]
1996 Kent State 21–7 Akron [8]
1995 Bowling Green 22–8 Central Michigan [8]
1994 Kent State 18–7 Central Michigan [8]
1993 Central Michigan, Kent State 22–10 Kent State [8]
1992 Kent State 24–7 Kent State [8]
1991 Ohio 20–11 No tournament [8]
1990 Central Michigan 19–9 [8]
1989 Western Michigan 23–6 [8]
1988 Central Michigan 24–8 [8]
1987 Central Michigan 23–7 [9]
1986 Central Michigan 25–6 [9]
Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
1985 Central Michigan 23–9 No tournament [9]
1984 Central Michigan 20–8 [9]
1983 Eastern Ohio 10–4 Miami [9]
Western Western Michigan 8–4
1982 Eastern Ohio 10–5 Eastern Michigan [9]
Western Western Michigan 12–4
1981 Central Michigan 13–3 Eastern Michigan [9]
1980 Central Michigan 12–5 [9]
1979 Miami 13–3 [9]
1978 Eastern Michigan 12–3 [9]
1977 Central Michigan 14–4 [9]
1976 Eastern Michigan 12–3 [9]
1975 Eastern Michigan 12–4 [9]
1974 Miami 13–5 [9]
1973 Miami 14–4 [9]
1972 Bowling Green 6–2–1 [9]
1971 Ohio 11–3 [9]
1970 Ohio 14–1 [9]
1969 Ohio 13–3 [10]
1968 Ohio 9–0 [10]
1967 Western Michigan 8–1 [10]
1966 Western Michigan 8–1 [10]
1965 Ohio 11–1 [10]
1964 Kent State, Ohio 10–4 Kent State * [10]
1963 Western Michigan 12–0 [10]
1962 Western Michigan 9–0 [10]
1961 Western Michigan 11–0 [10]
1960 Ohio 8–1 [10]
1959 Ohio, Western Michigan 8–2 Western Michigan * [10]
1958 Western Michigan 10–0 [10]
1957 Western Michigan 9–0 [10]
1956 Ohio 7–2 [10]
1955 Western Michigan 9–0 [10]
1954 Ohio 8–1 [10]
1953 Ohio 8–1 [10]
1952 Western Michigan 8–0 [10]
1951 Western Michigan 6–0 [10]
1950 Western Michigan 9–1 [10]
1949 Western Michigan 8–2 [10]
1948 Ohio 7–2 [10]
1947 Ohio 5–2 [11][12]

* One-game playoff winner. Prior to the conference tournament, regular season ties were broken with a one-game playoff.

Basketball (men's)[edit]

The men's basketball tournament is held in March at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. The tournament began in 1980 and has been held in Cleveland since 2000.

Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
2011–12 East Akron 13–3 Ohio [13]
West Eastern Michigan 9–7
2010–11 East Kent State 12–4 Akron [14]
West Western Michigan 11–5
2009–10 East Kent State 13–3 Ohio [14]
West Central Michigan 9–7
2008–09 East Bowling Green, Buffalo 11–5 Akron [14]
West Ball State, Central Michigan,
Western Michigan
7–9
2007–08 East Kent State 13–3 Kent State [14]
West Western Michigan 12–4
2006–07 East Akron 13–3 Miami [14]
West Toledo 14–2
2005–06 East Kent State 15–3 Kent State [14]
West Northern Illinois 12–6
2004–05 East Miami 12–6 Ohio [14]
West Toledo, Western Michigan 11–7
2003–04 East Kent State 13–5 Western Michigan [14]
West Western Michigan 15–3
2002–03 East Kent State 12–6 Central Michigan [14]
West Central Michigan 14–4
2001–02 East Kent State 17–1 Kent State [14]
West Ball State 12–6
2000–01 East Kent State 13–5 Kent State [14]
West Central Michigan 14–4
1999–00 East Bowling Green 14–4 Ball State [14]
West Ball State, Toledo 11–7
1998–99 East Miami 15–3 Kent State [15]
West Toledo 11–7
1997–98 East Akron 13–5 Eastern Michigan [15]
West Ball State, Western Michigan 14–4
1996–97 Bowling Green, Miami 13–5 Miami [15]
1995–96 Eastern Michigan 14–4 Eastern Michigan [15]
1994–95 Miami 16–2 Ball State [15][16]
1993–94 Ohio 14–4 Ohio [15]
1992–93 Ball State, Miami 14–4 Ball State [15]
1991–92 Miami 13–3 Miami [15]
1990–91 Eastern Michigan 13–3 Eastern Michigan [15]
1989–90 Ball State 13–3 Ball State [15]
1988–89 Ball State 14–2 Ball State [15]
1987–88 Eastern Michigan 14–2 Eastern Michigan [15]
1986–87 Central Michigan 14–2 Central Michigan [15]
Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
1985–86 Miami 16–2 Ball State [15]
1984–85 Ohio 14–4 Ohio [17]
1983–84 Miami 16–2 Miami [17]
1982–83 Bowling Green 15–3 Ohio [17]
1981–82 Ball State 12–4 Northern Illinois [17]
1980–81 Ball State, Bowling Green, Northern Illinois,
Toledo, Western Michigan
10–6 Ball State [17]
1979–80 Toledo 14–2 Toledo [17]
1978–79 Central Michigan, Toledo 13–3 Toledo * [17]
1977–78 Miami 12–4 [17]
1976–77 Central Michigan, Miami 13–3 Central Michigan * [17]
1975–76 Western Michigan 15–1 [17]
1974–75 Central Michigan 10–4 [17]
1973–74 Ohio 9–3 [17]
1972–73 Miami 9–2 [17]
1971–72 Ohio, Toledo 7–3 Ohio * [17]
1970–71 Miami 9–1 [17]
1969–70 Ohio 9–1 [17]
1968–69 Miami 10–2 [17]
1967–68 Bowling Green 10–2 [18]
1966–67 Toledo 11–1 [18]
1965–66 Miami 11–1 [18]
1964–65 Miami, Ohio 11–1 Ohio * [18]
1963–64 Ohio 10–2 [18]
1962–63 Bowling Green 9–3 [18]
1961–62 Bowling Green 11–1 [18]
1960–61 Ohio 10–2 [18]
1959–60 Ohio 10–2 [18]
1958–59 Bowling Green, Miami 9–3 Bowling Green * [18]
1957–58 Miami 12–0 [18]
1956–57 Miami 11–1 [18]
1955–56 Marshall 10–2 [18]
1954–55 Miami 11–3 [18]
1953–54 Toledo 10–2 [18]
1952–53 Miami 10–2 [18]
1951–52 Miami, Western Michigan 9–3 [18]
1950–51 Cincinnati 7–1 [18]
1949–50 Cincinnati 10–0 [18]
1948–49 Cincinnati 9–1 [18]
1947–48 Cincinnati 7–2 [18]
1946–47 Butler, Cincinnati 6–2 [18]

* One-game playoff winner. Prior to the conference tournament, regular season ties were broken with a one-game playoff.

Basketball (women's)[edit]

The women's basketball tournament is held in March at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. The tournament was first held in 1982 and has been in Cleveland since 2000. It moved to what is now Quicken Loans Arena in 2001.

Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
2011–12 East Bowling Green 14–2 Eastern Michigan [19][20]
West Eastern Michigan, Toledo 13–3
2010–11 East Bowling Green 13–3 Bowling Green [21][22]
West Toledo 14–2
2009–10 East Bowling Green 14–2 Bowling Green [23][24]
West Toledo 12–4
2008–09 East Bowling Green 15–1 Ball State [23][24]
West Ball State 14–2
2007–08 East Bowling Green 13–3 Miami [23]
West Ball State, Eastern Michigan 11–5
2006–07 East Bowling Green 15–1 Bowling Green [23][25]
West Ball State 13–3
2005–06 East Bowling Green 16–0 Bowling Green [23]
West Eastern Michigan 15–1
2004–05 East Kent State, Marshall 12–4 Bowling Green [23]
West Bowling Green 13–3
2003–04 East Miami 13–2 Eastern Michigan [26]
West Eastern Michigan 12–4
2002–03 East Miami 11–5 Western Michigan [26]
West Ball State, Toledo 12–4
2001–02 East Kent State 13–3 Kent State [26]
West Ball State 13–3
2000–01 East Kent State 14–2 Toledo [26]
West Toledo 15–1
Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
1999–00 East Kent State 15–1 Kent State [26]
West Western Michigan 14–2
1998–99 East Kent State 14–2 Toledo [26]
West Toledo 14–2
1997–98 East Kent State 18–0 Kent State [27]
West Toledo 15–3
1996–97 Toledo 16–2 Toledo [27]
1995–96 Kent State 16–2 Toledo [27]
1994–95 Ohio, Toledo 15–3 Toledo [27]
1993–94 Bowling Green 17–1 Bowling Green [27]
1992–93 Bowling Green 17–1 Bowling Green [27]
1991–92 Toledo 15–1 Toledo [27]
1990–91 Toledo 13–3 Toledo [27]
1989–90 Miami 15–1 Bowling Green [27]
1988–89 Bowling Green 16–0 Bowling Green [28]
1987–88 Bowling Green 14–2 Bowling Green [28]
1986–87 Bowling Green 16–0 Bowling Green [28]
1985–86 Ohio 16–2 Ohio [28]
1984–85 Central Michigan 15–3 Western Michigan [28]
1983–84 Central Michigan 18–0 Central Michigan [28]
1982–83 Miami 17–1 Central Michigan [28]
1981–82 Miami 11–1 Miami [28]

Cross country (men's)[edit]

The men's cross country championship is held in October along with the women's cross country championship. The most recent edition, in 2012, was held in Grand Island, New York.[29]

Year MAC Championships Ref
2012 Eastern Michigan [29]
2011 Eastern Michigan [30]
2010 Eastern Michigan [31]
2009 Kent State [32]
2008 Eastern Michigan [32]
2007 Eastern Michigan [32]
2006 Eastern Michigan [32]
2005 Eastern Michigan [32]
2004 Central Michigan [32]
2003 Central Michigan [32]
2002 Central Michigan [32]
2001 Eastern Michigan [32]
2000 Eastern Michigan [32]
1999 Central Michigan [32]
1998 Miami [32]
1997 Miami [32]
1996 Ohio [32]
Year MAC Championships Ref
1995 Bowling Green [32]
1994 Eastern Michigan [32]
1993 Eastern Michigan [32]
1992 Eastern Michigan [32]
1991 Eastern Michigan [32]
1990 Eastern Michigan [32]
1989 Central Michigan [32]
1988 Central Michigan [32]
1987 Ball State [32]
1986 Eastern Michigan [32]
1985 Miami [32]
1984 Miami [32]
1983 Miami [32]
1982 Central Michigan [32]
1981 Miami [32]
1980 Western Michigan [32]
1979 Western Michigan [32]
Year MAC Championships Ref
1978 Miami [32]
1977 Western Michigan [32]
1976 Western Michigan [32]
1975 Ball State [32]
1974 Eastern Michigan [32]
1973 Eastern Michigan [32]
1972 Miami [32]
1971 Miami [32]
1970 Western Michigan [32]
1969 Bowling Green [32]
1968 Western Michigan [32]
1967 Miami [32]
1966 Western Michigan [32]
1965 Miami [32]
1964 Ohio [32]
1963 Western Michigan [32]
1962 Ohio [32]
Year MAC Championships Ref
1961 Western Michigan [32]
1960 Western Michigan [32]
1959 Western Michigan [32]
1958 Western Michigan [32]
1957 Western Michigan [32]
1956 Miami [32]
1955 Miami [32]
1954 Miami [32]
1953 Miami [32]
1952 Miami [32]
1951 Miami [32]
1950 Miami [32]
1949 Miami [32]
1948 Western Michigan [32]
1947 Miami [32]
1946 Wayne State [32]

Cross country (women's)[edit]

The women's cross country championship is held in October along with the men's cross country championship. The most recent edition, in 2012, was held in Grand Island, New York.[33]

Year MAC Championships Ref
2012 Toledo [33]
2011 Toledo [34]
2010 Toledo [31]
2009 Miami [35]
2008 Miami [35]
2007 Ohio [35]
2006 Ohio [35]
2005 Akron [35]
2004 Kent State [35]
Year MAC Championships Ref
2003 Ball State [35]
2002 Toledo [35]
2001 Toledo [35]
2000 Central Michigan [35]
1999 Akron [35]
1998 Bowling Green [35]
1997 Ohio [35]
1996 Bowling Green [35]
Year MAC Championships Ref
1995 Bowling Green [35]
1994 Ohio [35]
1993 Western Michigan [35]
1992 Ohio [35]
1991 Ohio [35]
1990 Ohio [35]
1989 Central Michigan, Ohio [35]
1988 Ohio [35]
Year MAC Championships Ref
1987 Ohio [35]
1986 Western Michigan [35]
1985 Western Michigan [35]
1984 Western Michigan [35]
1983 Bowling Green [35]
1982 Bowling Green [35]
1981 Bowling Green [35]
1980 Bowling Green [35]

Field hockey[edit]

The field hockey tournament championship is held in November at a predetermined location. The most recent tournament, in 2012, was held at the Miami campus in Oxford, Ohio.[36]

Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
2012 Miami, Kent State 4–1[37] Miami [36]
2011 Ohio 9–1 Ohio [38]
2010 Miami, Kent State 8–2 Kent State [39][40]
2009 Kent State, Ohio 8–2 Ohio [41]
2008 Kent State 9–1 Kent State [41]
2007 Ohio 9–1 Ohio [41]
2006 Ohio 8–2 Ohio [42]
2005 Kent State 8–2 Central Michigan [42]
2004 Kent State, Louisville 8–2 Louisville [42]
2003 Kent State 8–2 Louisville [42]
2002 Central Michigan, Louisville 7–3 Kent State [42]
2001 Ohio 9–1 Ohio [42]
2000 Kent State 10–0 Kent State [42]
1999 Ball State, Kent State 8–2 Kent State [42]
1998 Ball State 10–0 Kent State [43]
1997 Ball State 10–0 Ball State [43]
Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
1996 Ball State 10–0 Canceled [43]
1995 Ball State 10–0 Ball State [43]
1994 Ball State 9–0 Ball State [43]
1993 Ball State 8–0 Ball State [43]
1992 Kent State 7–1 Kent State [43]
1991 Ball State, Kent State 7–1 Kent State [43]
1990 Ball State 4–1 Central Michigan [43]
1989 Ball State 5–0 Ball State [44]
1988 Ball State, Kent State 4–1 Kent State [44]
1987 Ball State 6–0 Ohio [44]
1986 Ball State 6–0 Ball State [44]
1985 Ball State 7–0 Ball State [44]
1984 Ball State 7–0 Ball State [44]
1983 Regular season not held Ball State [44]
1982 Season not held [44]
1981 Miami, Ohio 8–1 No tournament [44]

Football[edit]

The football championship game is held in November and pits the East Division champion and the West Division champion. From its inception in 1997 to 2003, it was held at the home field of the division champion with the best conference record (with tiebreakers employed as needed). Since the 2004 edition, it has been held at Ford Field in Detroit.

Year Regular season Record MAC Championship Ref
2013 East Bowling Green 7–1 Bowling Green
West Northern Illinois 8–0
2012 East Kent State 8–0 Northern Illinois [45]
West Northern Illinois 8–0
2011 East Ohio 6–2 Northern Illinois [46]
West Northern Illinois, Toledo 7–1
2010 East Miami 7–1 Miami [46]
West Northern Illinois 8–0
2009 East Ohio, Temple 7–1 Central Michigan [46]
West Central Michigan 8–0
2008 East Buffalo 5–3 Buffalo [46]
West Ball State 8–0
2007 East Bowling Green, Buffalo, Miami 4–2 Central Michigan [46]
West Ball State, Central Michigan 4–1
2006 East Ohio 7–1 Central Michigan [46]
West Central Michigan 7–1
2005 East Akron, Bowling Green, Miami 5–3 Akron [46]
West Northern Illinois, Toledo 6–2
2004 East Miami 7–1 Toledo [46]
West Northern Illinois, Toledo 7–1
2003 East Miami 8–0 Miami [46]
West Bowling Green 7–1
2002 East Marshall 7–1 Marshall [46]
West Northern Illinois, Toledo 7–1
2001 East Marshall 6–0 Toledo [46]
West Ball State, Northern Illinois, Toledo 4–1
2000 East Akron, Marshall 5–1 Marshall [46]
West Toledo, Western Michigan 4–1
1999 East Marshall 8–0 Marshall [46]
West Western Michigan 6–2
1998 East Marshall, Miami 7–1 Marshall [46]
West Toledo 6–2
1997 East Marshall 7–1 Marshall [46]
West Toledo 7–1
1996 Ball State 7–1 [46]
1995 Toledo 7–0–1 [46]
1994 Central Michigan 8–1 [46]
1993 Ball State 7–0–1 [46]
1992 Bowling Green 8–0 [46]
1991 Bowling Green 8–0 [46]
1990 Central Michigan, Toledo 7–1 [46]
1989 Ball State 6–1–1 [46]
1988 Western Michigan 7–1 [46]
Year Regular season Record MAC Championship Ref
1987 Eastern Michigan 7–1 [46]
1986 Miami 6–2 [46]
1985 Bowling Green 9–0 [46]
1984 Toledo 7–1–1 [46]
1983 Northern Illinois 8–1 [46]
1982 Bowling Green 7–2 [46]
1981 Toledo 8–1 [46]
1980 Central Michigan 7–2 [46]
1979 Central Michigan 8–0–1 [46]
1978 Ball State 8–0 [46]
1977 Miami 5–0 [46]
1976 Ball State 4–1 [46]
1975 Miami 6–0 [46]
1974 Miami 5–0 [46]
1973 Miami 5–0 [46]
1972 Kent State 4–1 [46]
1971 Toledo 5–0 [46]
1970 Toledo 5–0 [46]
1969 Toledo 5–0 [46]
1968 Ohio 6–0 [46]
1967 Ohio, Toledo 5–1 [47]
1966 Miami, Western Michigan 5–1 [47]
1965 Bowling Green, Miami 5–1 [46]
1964 Bowling Green 5–1 [46]
1963 Ohio 5–1 [46]
1962 Bowling Green 5–0–1 [46]
1961 Bowling Green 5–1 [46]
1960 Ohio 6–0 [46]
1959 Bowling Green 6–0 [46]
1958 Miami 5–0 [46]
1957 Miami 5–0 [46]
1956 Bowling Green 5–0–1 [46]
1955 Miami 5–0 [46]
1954 Miami 4–0 [46]
1953 Ohio 5–0–1 [46]
1952 Cincinnati 3–0 [46]
1951 Cincinnati 3–0 [46]
1950 Miami 4–0 [46]
1949 Cincinnati 4–0 [46]
1948 Miami 4–0 [46]
1947 Cincinnati 3–1 [46]

Golf (men's)[edit]

The men's golf tournament is held annually in May. In 2010 it was held at Longaberger Golf Club in Nashport, Ohio.[48]

Year Tournament Ref
2011 Kent State [49]
2010 Kent State [50]
2009 Kent State [50]
2008 Eastern Michigan [50]
2007 Eastern Michigan [50]
2006 Kent State [51]
2005 Kent State [51]
2004 Toledo [51]
2003 Kent State [51]
2002 Toledo [52]
2001 Kent State [52]
2000 Kent State [52]
1999 Kent State [52]
1998 Kent State [53]
1997 Kent State [53]
1996 Miami [53]
1995 Kent State [53]
Year Tournament Ref
1994 Kent State [54]
1993 Kent State [54]
1992 Kent State, Miami [54]
1991 Miami [54]
1990 Miami [55]
1989 Miami [55]
1988 Miami [55]
1987 Miami [55]
1986 Ball State [56]
1985 Northern Illinois [56]
1984 Kent State [56]
1983 Bowling Green [56]
1982 Ball State [57]
1981 Miami [57]
1980 Ohio [57]
1979 Ohio [57]
Year Tournament Ref
1978 Bowling Green [58]
1977 Kent State [58]
1976 Northern Illinois [58]
1975 Ball State [58]
1974 Not held [59]
1973 Bowling Green [59]
1972 Bowling Green [59]
1971 Ohio [59]
1970 Miami [60]
1969 Ohio [60]
1968 Kent State [60]
1967 Ohio [60]
1966 Marshall [61]
1965 Ohio [61]
1964 Ohio, Toledo[citation needed] [61]
1963 Ohio [61]
Year Tournament Ref
1962 Marshall [62]
1961 Ohio [62]
1960 Ohio [62]
1959 Ohio [62]
1958 Ohio [63]
1957 Ohio [63]
1956 Bowling Green [63]
1955 Ohio [63]
1954 Kent State, Ohio [64]
1953 Ohio [64]
1952 Ohio [64]
1951 Ohio [64]
1950 Miami [65]
1949 Western Michigan [65]
1948 Miami [65]
1947 Wayne State [65]

Golf (women's)[edit]

The women's golf tournament is held in April. In 2010 it was held at the Hawthorns Golf and Country Club in Fishers, Indiana.

Year School Ref
2011 Kent State [66]
2010 Kent State [67]
2009 Kent State [67]
2008 Kent State [67]
Year School Ref
2007 Kent State [67]
2006 Kent State [68]
2005 Kent State [68]
Year School Ref
2004 Kent State [68]
2003 Kent State [68]
2002 Kent State [69]
Year School Ref
2001 Kent State [69]
2000 Kent State [69]
1999 Kent State [69]

Gymnastics[edit]

The gymnastics championship meet is rotated among the conference members. In 2010 it was hosted by Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio at Anderson Arena.

Year Regular season[citation needed] Record[citation needed] MAC Championship Ref
2012 Central Michigan [70]
2011 Central Michigan 6–0 Central Michigan [71][72]
2010 Kent State 6–0 Central Michigan [73][74]
2009 Kent State 6–0 Kent State [75][76]
2008 Kent State 6–0 Kent State [77]
2007 Central Michigan, Kent State 5–1 Eastern Michigan [78]
2006 Kent State, Western Michigan 5–1 Western Michigan [79]
2005 Central Michigan 6–0 Kent State [80]
2004 Central Michigan Central Michigan [80]
2003 Central Michigan Central Michigan [80]
2002 Ball State 3–3 Ball State [80]
2001 Kent State [80]
2000 Central Michigan Central Michigan [80]
1999 Central Michigan Central Michigan [80]
1998 Central Michigan Central Michigan [80]
1997 Kent State [80]
Year Regular season[citation needed] Record[citation needed] MAC Championship Ref
1996 Kent State 6–0 Kent State [80]
1995 Central Michigan Central Michigan [80]
1994 Kent State [80]
1993 Central Michigan Central Michigan [80]
1992 Central Michigan Central Michigan [80]
1991 Central Michigan Central Michigan [80]
1990 Central Michigan Central Michigan [80]
1989 Kent State [80]
1988 Kent State [80]
1987 Western Michigan [80]
1986 Western Michigan [80]
1985 Bowling Green [80]
1984 Kent State [80]
1983 Bowling Green [80]
1982 Bowling Green [80]
1981 Kent State 4–0 Kent State [80]

Soccer (men's)[edit]

The men's soccer tournament begins in late October at campus sites. It concludes in early November at the highest remaining seed's home field.

Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
2012
2011 Akron 6–0 Northern Illinois [81][82]
2010 Akron * 6–0 Akron [83][84]
2009 Akron 6–0 Akron [85][86]
2008 Akron 6–0 Akron [85][86]
2007 Akron 4–0–1 Akron [85][86]
2006 Akron, Northern Illinois 4–1 Northern Illinois [85][86]
2005 Akron 5–0 Akron [85][86]
2004 Kentucky 4–1–1 Akron [85][86]
2003 Kentucky 6–0 Western Michigan [85][86]
Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
2002 Akron, Bowling Green 4–1 Akron [85][86]
2001 Kentucky 6–0 Kentucky [85][86]
2000 Akron, Bowling Green, Kentucky, Marshall 4–2 Kentucky [85][86]
1999 Akron 6–0–1 Kentucky [85][86]
1998 Akron 7–0–1 Akron [85][86]
1997 Akron 5–1–1 Bowling Green [85][86]
1996 Bowling Green 5–0 Bowling Green [85][86]
1995 Akron 5–0 Bowling Green [85][86]
1994 Miami 4–0–1 Miami [85][86]
1993 Akron 5–0 Not held [85][86]

* Akron won the 2010 NCAA Men's Division I Soccer Tournament

Soccer (women's)[edit]

The women's soccer tournament begins in late October at campus sites. It concludes in early November at the highest remaining seed's home field.

Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
2012 East
West
2011 East Kent State 6–5–0 Toledo [87][88]
West Toledo 9–1–1
2010 East Miami 5–4–2 Central Michigan [89][90]
West Central Michigan, Toledo 10–1–0
2009 Central Michigan 9–0–2 Central Michigan [91][92]
2008 Toledo 8–2–1 Toledo [91][92]
2007 Ball State 9–1–1 Toledo [91][92]
2006 Ball State 8–2–1 Toledo [91][92]
Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
2005 Bowling Green 9–2 Bowling Green [92][93]
2004 Kent State, Ohio 7–2–3 Bowling Green [92][93]
2003 Eastern Michigan, Kent State 8–2–2 Western Michigan [92][93]
2002 Miami 11–1 Miami [92][93]
2001 Ohio 10–2 Miami [92][93]
2000 Buffalo 8–2–1 Miami [92][93]
1999 Eastern Michigan 8–1–2 Eastern Michigan [92][93]
1998 Northern Illinois, Ohio 9–1 Northern Illinois [92][93]
1997 Northern Illinois 6–1 Northern Illinois [92][93]

Softball[edit]

The softball tournament is held in May to determine the winner of the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. It has been held at various sites throughout the years. In 2008 the tournament returned to Firestone Stadium in Akron, Ohio where it was played from 2002–2005 after being played in 2006 and 2007 at Currie Stadium in Midland, Michigan. The first tournament was held in 1982 and the MAC added conference regular season play in 1983. From 1986 through 1995 the MAC did not have a conference tournament; the regular-season champion was awarded the league's bid to the NCAA Tournament. In 1996 the tournament returned, but the championship game had to be suspended due to weather and once again the regular season champion won the automatic NCAA bid.[94]

Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
2011 East Ohio 12–8 Western Michigan [95][96]
West Western Michigan 14–6
2010 East Kent State 18–5 Ball State [97][98]
West Ball State 17–5
2009 East Kent State 15–6 Miami [98][99]
West Ball State 18–3
2008 East Kent State 20–2 Kent State [98][99]
West Central Michigan 14–7
2007 East Kent State 15–3 Eastern Michigan [98][99]
West Eastern Michigan 12–5
2006 East Kent State 16–5 Kent State [98][99]
West Western Michigan 18–4
2005 East Marshall 20–4 Miami [98][99]
West Central Michigan 16–6
2004 East Kent State 15–6 Bowling Green [98][99]
West Central Michigan 21–3
2003 East Marshall 20–4 Western Michigan [98][99]
West Western Michigan 17–7
2002 East Akron 18–6 Central Michigan [98][99]
West Central Michigan 23–1
2001 East Bowling Green 19–5 Central Michigan [97][98]
West Central Michigan 20–4
2000 East Bowling Green, Marshall 13–7 Central Michigan [97][98]
West Northern Illinois 19–3
Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
1999 East Kent State 18–6 Central Michigan [97][98]
West Northern Illinois 22–4
1998 East Akron 23–5 Ball State [97][98]
West Central Michigan 22–5
1997 Central Michigan 22–6 Central Michigan [97][98]
1996 Central Michigan 26–6 No tournament champion [97][98]
1995 Ohio 23–13 No tournament [97][98]
1994 Central Michigan 23–11 [97][98]
1993 Bowling Green 26–9 [97][98]
1992 Toledo 27–4 [98][100]
1991 Central Michigan 21–7 [98][100]
1990 Kent State 20–4 [98][100]
1989 Toledo 22–6 [98][100]
1988 Bowling Green 24–8 [98][100]
1987 Central Michigan 11–1 [98][100]
1986 Central Michigan 16–2 [98][100]
1985 Toledo 16–2 Western Michigan [98][100]
1984 Eastern Central Michigan 8–2 Central Michigan [98][100]
Western Western Michigan 10–2
1983 East Miami 7–3 Central Michigan [98][100]
West Western Michigan 9–3
1982 Tournament only Central Michigan [98]

Swimming and diving (men's)[edit]

The men's swimming and diving championship is held in February in Buffalo, New York.

Year MAC Championships Ref
2012 Eastern Michigan [101]
2011 Buffalo [102]
2010 Eastern Michigan [103]
2009 Eastern Michigan [103]
2008 Eastern Michigan [103]
2007 Eastern Michigan [103]
2006 Miami [103]
2005 Eastern Michigan [103]
2004 Eastern Michigan [103]
2003 Eastern Michigan [103]
2002 Eastern Michigan [103]
2001 Eastern Michigan [103]
2000 Eastern Michigan [103]
1999 Miami [103]
1998 Eastern Michigan [103]
1997 Miami [103]
1996 Eastern Michigan [103]
1995 Eastern Michigan [103]
1994 Eastern Michigan [103]
1993 Eastern Michigan [103]
1992 Eastern Michigan [103]
1991 Eastern Michigan [103]
1990 Eastern Michigan [103]
1989 Eastern Michigan [103]
1988 Eastern Michigan [103]
1987 Eastern Michigan [103]
1986 Eastern Michigan [103]
1985 Eastern Michigan [103]
1984 Eastern Michigan [103]
1983 Eastern Michigan [103]
Year MAC Championships Ref
1982 Eastern Michigan [103]
1981 Eastern Michigan [103]
1980 Eastern Michigan [103]
1979 Kent State [103]
1978 Eastern Michigan [103]
1977 Kent State [103]
1976 Kent State [103]
1975 Miami [103]
1974 Kent State [103]
1973 Kent State [103]
1972 Kent State [103]
1971 Ohio [103]
1970 Ohio [103]
1969 Ohio [103]
1968 Miami [103]
1967 Miami [103]
1966 Ohio [103]
1965 Ohio [103]
1964 Western Michigan [103]
1963 Western Michigan [103]
1962 Bowling Green [103]
1961 Ohio [103]
1960 Bowling Green [103]
1959 Bowling Green [103]
1958 Bowling Green [103]
1957 Bowling Green [103]
1956 Bowling Green [103]
1955 Miami [103]
1954 Ohio [103]
1953 Ohio [103]

Swimming and diving (women's)[edit]

The women's swimming and diving championship is held in February in Ypsilanti, Michigan.

Year MAC Championship Ref
2012 Toledo [104]
2011 Ohio [105]
2010 Toledo [106]
2009 Miami [106]
2008 Ohio [106]
2007 Eastern Michigan [106]
2006 Eastern Michigan [106]
2005 Miami [106]
2004 Miami [106]
2003 Miami [106]
2002 Miami [106]
2001 Ohio [106]
2000 Ohio [106]
1999 Miami [106]
1998 Miami [106]
1997 Miami [106]
Year MAC Championship Ref
1996 Miami [106]
1995 Ohio [106]
1994 Ohio [106]
1993 Ohio [106]
1992 Ohio [106]
1991 Ohio [106]
1990 Ohio [106]
1989 Ohio [106]
1988 Miami [106]
1987 Miami [106]
1986 Miami [106]
1985 Miami [106]
1984 Miami [106]
1983 Miami [106]
1982 Miami [106]
1981 Bowling Green [106]

Tennis (men's)[edit]

The men's tennis championships are held in April in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
2011 Western Michigan 5–0 Ball State [107][108]
2010 Buffalo 5–0 Western Michigan [108][109]
2009 Western Michigan 5–0 Western Michigan [108]
2008 Western Michigan 5–0 Western Michigan [108][110]
2007 Western Michigan 5–0 Western Michigan [108]
2006 Ball State 5–0 Western Michigan [108][111]
2005 Ball State 5–0 Ball State [108][112]
2004 Western Michigan 5–0 Western Michigan [108][113]
2003 Ball State 5–0 Ball State [108][114]
2002 Ball State, Bowling Green Ball State [108]
2001 Ball State Western Michigan [108]
2000 Ball State, Bowling Green, Western Michigan 5–1 Ball State [108][115]
1999 Western Michigan Western Michigan [108]
1998 Ball State Ball State [108]
1997 Ball State, Miami Miami [108]
1996 Miami Miami [108]
1995 Ball State, Miami Ball State [108]
1994 Ball State, Miami Miami [108]
1993 Ball State Ball State [108]
1992 Ball State Ball State [108]
1991 Ball State Ball State [108]
1990 Ball State Ball State [108]
1989 Ball State, Miami Ball State [108]
1988 Ball State Ball State [108]
1987 Ball State Ball State [108]
1986 Ball State Ball State [108]
1985 Ball State Ball State [108]
1984 Ball State Ball State [108]
1983 Miami Miami [108]
1982 Miami Miami [108]
1981 Western Michigan Western Michigan [108]
1980 Miami Miami [108]
1979 Miami Miami [108]
Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
1978 Miami Miami [108]
1977 Miami Miami [108]
1976 Miami Miami [108]
1975 Miami Miami [116]
1974 Miami Miami [116]
1973 Toledo Toledo [116]
1972 Miami Miami [116]
1971 Toledo Toledo [116]
1970 Toledo Toledo [116]
1969 Toledo Toledo [116]
1968 Toledo Western Michigan [116]
1967 Toledo Toledo [116]
1966 Toledo Toledo [116]
1965 Western Michigan Western Michigan [116]
1964 Bowling Green, Miami, Western Michigan Bowling Green [116]
1963 Western Michigan Western Michigan [116]
1962 Western Michigan Western Michigan [116]
1961 Western Michigan Western Michigan [116]
1960 Western Michigan Western Michigan [116]
1959 Western Michigan Western Michigan [116]
1958 Western Michigan Western Michigan [116]
1957 Western Michigan Western Michigan [116]
1956 Miami, Western Michigan Miami [116]
1955 Western Michigan Western Michigan [116]
1954 Western Michigan Western Michigan [116]
1953 Miami Miami [116]
1952 Western Michigan Western Michigan [116]
1951 Cincinnati Cincinnati [116]
1950 Western Michigan Western Michigan [116]
1949 Cincinnati Cincinnati [116]
1948 Cincinnati Cincinnati [116]
1947 Cincinnati Cincinnati [116]

Tennis (women's)[edit]

From 1981–96 the conference champion was awarded based on points won at the MAC Individual Championships. The conference tournament changed to the current team format in 1997.

Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
2011 Miami 8–0 Akron [117][118]
2010 Miami 8–0 Miami [117][118]
2009 Miami 8–0 Miami [117][118]
2008 Western Michigan 8–0 Buffalo [117]
2007 Western Michigan 8–0 Western Michigan [117]
2006 Western Michigan Western Michigan [117]
2005 Western Michigan Marshall [117]
2004 Marshall Marshall [117]
2003 Marshall Marshall [117]
2002 Marshall Marshall [117]
2001 Western Michigan Eastern Michigan [117]
2000 Marshall, Western Michigan Western Michigan [117]
1999 Western Michigan Western Michigan [117]
1998 Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan [117]
1997 Western Michigan Western Michigan [117]
1996 Miami [117]
Year Champion Ref
1995 Western Michigan [117]
1994 Miami [117]
1993 Miami [117]
1992 Miami [117]
1991 Miami [117]
1990 Western Michigan [117]
1989 Miami [117]
1988 Miami [117]
1987 Miami [117]
1986 Miami [117]
1985 Miami [117]
1984 Miami, Western Michigan [117]
1983 Miami [117]
1982 Miami [117]
1981 Miami [117]

Indoor track and field (men's)[edit]

The men's indoor track and field championships are held in February along with the women's championships. In 2010 they were held in Mount Pleasant, Michigan.

Year Champion Ref
2012 Akron [119]
2011 Akron [120]
2010 Eastern Michigan [121]
2009 Kent State [121]
2008 Eastern Michigan [121]
Year Champion Ref
2007 Eastern Michigan [121]
2006 Eastern Michigan [121]
2005 Central Michigan [121]
2004 Eastern Michigan [121]
Year Champion Ref
2003 Eastern Michigan [121]
2002 Eastern Michigan [121]
2001 Eastern Michigan [121]
2000 Eastern Michigan [121]
Year Champion Ref
1999 Eastern Michigan [121]
1998 Eastern Michigan [121]
1997 Eastern Michigan [121]
1996 Eastern Michigan [121]

Indoor track and field (women's)[edit]

The women's indoor track and field championships are held in February along with the men's championships. In 2010 they were held in Mount Pleasant, Michigan.

Year Tournament Ref
2012 Kent State [119]
2011 Eastern Michigan [120]
2010 Kent State [121]
2009 Akron [121]
2008 Akron [121]
Year Tournament Ref
2007 Akron [121]
2006 Akron [121]
2005 Akron [121]
2004 Central Michigan [121]
Year Tournament Ref
2003 Kent State [121]
2002 Central Michigan [121]
2001 Ball State [121]
2000 Eastern Michigan [121]
Year Tournament Ref
1999 Bowling Green [121]
1998 Ball State [121]
1997 Eastern Michigan [121]
1996 Ball State [121]

Outdoor track and field (men's)[edit]

The Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championships are held each year in late May.

Year Champions Ref
2011 Akron [122]
2010 Eastern Michigan [123]
2009 Akron [123]
2008 Akron [123]
2007 Eastern Michigan [123]
2006 Central Michigan [123]
2005 Central Michigan [123]
2004 Kent State [123]
2003 Central Michigan [123]
2002 Eastern Michigan [123]
2001 Eastern Michigan [123]
2000 Kent State [123]
1999 Eastern Michigan [123]
1998 Eastern Michigan [123]
1997 Eastern Michigan [123]
1996 Western Michigan [123]
1995 Western Michigan [123]
Year Champions Ref
1994 Eastern Michigan [123]
1993 Eastern Michigan [123]
1992 Eastern Michigan [123]
1991 Eastern Michigan [123]
1990 Eastern Michigan [123]
1989 Eastern Michigan [123]
1988 Eastern Michigan [123]
1987 Eastern Michigan [123]
1986 Eastern Michigan [123]
1985 Western Michigan [123]
1984 Eastern Michigan [123]
1983 Eastern Michigan [123]
1982 Eastern Michigan [123]
1981 Miami [123]
1980 Western Michigan [123]
1979 Miami [123]
Year Champions Ref
1978 Eastern Michigan [123]
1977 Eastern Michigan [123]
1976 Western Michigan [123]
1975 Kent State [123]
1974 Eastern Michigan [123]
1973 Kent State [123]
1972 Bowling Green [123]
1971 Western Michigan [123]
1970 Western Michigan [123]
1969 Western Michigan [123]
1968 Western Michigan [123]
1967 Miami [123]
1966 Western Michigan [123]
1965 Miami [123]
1964 Western Michigan [123]
1963 Western Michigan [123]
Year Champions Ref
1962 Western Michigan [123]
1961 Western Michigan [123]
1960 Western Michigan [123]
1959 Western Michigan [123]
1958 Western Michigan [123]
1957 Miami [123]
1956 Miami [123]
1955 Miami [123]
1954 Miami [123]
1953 Miami [123]
1952 Miami [123]
1951 Miami [123]
1950 Miami [123]
1949 Miami [123]
1948 Miami [123]
1947 Wayne State [123]

Outdoor track and field (women's)[edit]

The Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships are held each year in late May.

Year Champions Ref
2011 Kent State [122]
2010 Kent State [124]
2009 Akron [124]
2008 Akron [124]
2007 Akron [124]
2006 Akron [124]
2005 Kent State [124]
2004 Central Michigan [124]
Year Champions Ref
2003 Eastern Michigan [124]
2002 Kent State [124]
2001 Ball State [124]
2000 Ball State [124]
1999 Akron [124]
1998 Ball State [124]
1997 Eastern Michigan [124]
1996 Ball State [124]
Year Champions Ref
1995 Eastern Michigan [124]
1994 Ohio [124]
1993 Eastern Michigan [124]
1992 Eastern Michigan [124]
1991 Eastern Michigan [124]
1990 Eastern Michigan [124]
1989 Eastern Michigan [124]
1988 Eastern Michigan [124]
Year Champions Ref
1987 Miami [124]
1986 Miami [124]
1985 Western Michigan [124]
1984 Ohio [124]
1983 Ohio [124]
1982 Eastern Michigan [124]
1981 Bowling Green [124]

Volleyball[edit]

The volleyball tournament is played in November at campus sites for the first round and concludes at the SeaGate Convention Centre in Toledo, Ohio.

Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
2012 East
West
2011 East Ohio 13–3 Central Michigan [125][126]
West Northern Illinois 14–2
2010 East Ohio 10–6 Ohio [127][128]
West Ball State 14–2
2009 East Ohio 15–1 Ohio [129]
West Western Michigan 13–3
2008 East Ohio 13–3 Ohio [129]
West Western Michigan 14–2
2007 East Ohio 15–1 Miami [129]
West Western Michigan 12–4
2006 East Ohio 16–0 Ohio [129]
West Northern Illinois 13–3
2005 East Ohio 16–0 Ohio [129]
West Eastern Michigan 14–2
2004 East Ohio 16–0 Ohio [129]
West Ball State 12–4
2003 East Ohio 15–1 Ohio [130]
West Central Michigan 11–5
2002 East Akron 15–3 Ball State [130]
West Ball State 17–1
2001 East Northern Illinois [131]
West
2000 East Bowling Green, Ohio 12–6 Western Michigan [130]
West Western Michigan 17–1
Year Regular season Record Tournament Ref
1999 East Akron 13–5 Ball State [130]
West Ball State 16–2
1998 East Miami 15–3 Miami[130] or Northern Illinois[132] [130]
West Ball State, Northern Illinois 15–3
1997 East Miami 14–2 Northern Illinois [130]
West Ball State, Northern Illinois 14–2
1996 Ball State, Miami 15–2 Miami [130]
1995 Miami 15–2 Ball State [130]
1994 Ball State 17–0 Ball State [133]
1993 Ball State 18–0 Ball State [133]
1992 Bowling Green 17–1 Ball State [133]
1991 Bowling Green 15–1 Bowling Green [133]
1990 Miami 7–1 Miami [133]
1989 Bowling Green 8–0 Western Michigan [133]
1988 Western Michigan 8–0 Western Michigan [133]
1987 Western Michigan 8–0 Western Michigan [133]
1986 Western Michigan 16–0 Not held [133]
1985 Western Michigan 18–0 [133]
1984 Western Michigan 18–0 [133]
1983 Western Michigan 18–0 [133]
1982 Not held Western Michigan [132]
1981 Miami [132]
1980 Miami [132]

Wrestling[edit]

The wrestling championship is rotated among the conference members. In 2009 it will be held in Ypsilanti, Michigan.

Year Regular season[citation needed] Record[citation needed] MAC Championship Ref
2012 Central Michigan [134]
2011 Central Michigan, Kent State, Ohio 4–1 Central Michigan [71][135]
2010 Central Michigan 5–0 Central Michigan [136]
2009 Kent State 5–0 Central Michigan [136]
2008 Central Michigan 5–0 Central Michigan [136]
2007 Central Michigan 5–0 Central Michigan [136]
2006 Central Michigan Central Michigan [136]
2005 Central Michigan Central Michigan [136]
2004 Central Michigan Central Michigan [136]
2003 Central Michigan, Kent State Central Michigan [136]
2002 Central Michigan Central Michigan [136]
2001 Central Michigan Ohio [136]
2000 Central Michigan Central Michigan [136]
1999 Central Michigan Central Michigan [136]
1998 Central Michigan [136]
1997 Ohio [136]
1996 Eastern Michigan [136]
1995 Ohio [136]
1994 Ohio [136]
1993 Ohio [136]
1992 Miami [136]
1991 Miami [137]
1990 Kent State [137]
1989 Kent State [137]
1988 Kent State [137]
1987 Central Michigan [137]
1986 Central Michigan [137]
1985 Northern Illinois [137]
1984 Miami [137]
1983 Toledo [137]
Year Regular season Record MAC Championship Ref
1982 Kent State [137]
1981 Kent State [137]
1980 Kent State [137]
1979 Kent State [137]
1978 Kent State [137]
1977 Kent State [137]
1976 Ohio [138]
1975 Ohio [138]
1974 Ohio [138]
1973 Ohio [138]
1972 Ohio [138]
1971 Ohio [138]
1970 Ohio [138]
1969 Toledo [138]
1968 Miami [138]
1967 Miami [138]
1966 Bowling Green [138]
1965 Miami [138]
1964 Miami [138]
1963 Toledo [138]
1962 Toledo [139]
1961 Miami [139]
1960 Bowling Green [139]
1959 Bowling Green [139]
1958 Kent State [139]
1957 Ohio [139]
1956 Ohio [139]
1955 Ohio [139]
1954 Toledo [139]
1953 Toledo [139]
1952 Toledo [139]

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