Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference
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|Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference
|Sports fielded||11 (men's: 5; women's: 6)|
|Region||Central United States
The Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) is a college athletic conference that competes in National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Members of the conference are located in the Midwest United States and are located in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, Arkansas, and Oklahoma.
|Bellevue University||Bellevue, Nebraska||1966||10,407||Bruins||1994|
|Central Baptist College||Conway, Arkansas||1952||739||Mustangs||2011|
|Central Christian College of Kansas||McPherson, Kansas||1884||518||Tigers||2002|
|Haskell Indian Nations University||Lawrence, Kansas||1884||958||Fighting Indians||2001|
|Oklahoma Wesleyan University||Bartlesville, Oklahoma||1959||1,147||Eagles||1994|
|College of the Ozarks||Point Lookout, Missouri||1906||1,380||Bobcats||1994|
|College of Saint Mary||Omaha, Nebraska||1923||1,070||Flames||1994|
|Waldorf College||Forest City, Iowa||1903||650||Warriors||2012|
|York College||York, Nebraska||1890||478||Panthers||1994|
- Bellevue — will join the North Star Athletic Association in 2015.
- Central Baptist College — will join the American Midwest Conference in 2015.
- Oklahoma Wesleyan — will join the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference in 2015.
- College of Saint Mary — women's institution, does not field men's sports; will join the Great Plains Athletic Conference in 2015.
- Waldorf College — will join the North Star Athletic Association in 2015.
- York College — will be an independent in 2015; will join the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference in 2016.
|Avila University||Kansas City, Missouri||1916||Eagles||1994||2000||Heart of America|
|Newman University||Wichita, Kansas||1933||Jets||1999||2006||Heartland
|Park University||Parkville, Missouri||1875||Pirates||1994||2009||American Midwest|
|Peru State College||Peru, Nebraska||1865||Bobcats||2000||2011||Heart of America|
|University of Saint Mary||Leavenworth, Kansas||1859||Spires||1994||1999||Kansas|
|Southwestern Christian University||Bethany, Oklahoma||1946||Eagles||2010||2013||Sooner|
The Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference currently fields 11 sports (5 men's and 6 women's), which includes:
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