Midwest Cities Lacrosse Conference

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Midwest Cities Lacrosse Conference
Midwest Cities Lacrosse Conference.jpg
MCLC logo
Sport Field Lacrosse
Founded 1990 (origins from 1972)
No. of teams 13
Country  United States
Most recent champion(s) Windy City Lacrosse Club (2014)
Most titles Chicago Lacrosse Club (20)
Official website midwestlacrosse.org

The Midwest Cities Lacrosse Conference (MCLC) is a Senior/post-collegiate Men's Field Lacrosse league based in the Midwestern United States. The MCLC was founded in 1990 as a merger between the "City Division" of the Midwest Club Lacrosse Association and the three-year-old Midwest Club Championship invitational tournament.

Currently with thirteen member teams, divided into their east and west divisions based on their geographic location. Like most other lacrosse leagues, the MCLC plays its games during the Spring. Each season the top teams from the league meet in the playoffs to battle for the MCLC Championship.

Teams in the MCLC[edit]

West Division[edit]

Team City/Area Home Field
Chicago Lacrosse Club Chicago, Illinois Evergreen Bank Group Athletic Field
Chitown Lacrosse Club Chicago, Illinois Evergreen Bank Group Athletic Field
Lincoln Park Lacrosse Club Chicago, Illinois Diversey Field
Windy City Lacrosse Club Chicago, Illinois Techny Prairie Park
Minneapolis Lacrosse Club Minneapolis, Minnesota Benilde-St. Margaret's
Minnesota Lakers Lacrosse Club Minneapolis, Minnesota Benilde-St. Margaret's
Minnesota Premium Lacrosse Club Minneapolis, Minnesota Benilde-St. Margaret's
Sr. Gophers Lacrosse Club Minneapolis, Minnesota Hopkins High School

East Division[edit]

Team City Home Field
Cincinnati Lacrosse Club Cincinnati, Ohio
Cleveland Lacrosse Club Cleveland, Ohio Western Reserve Academy
Columbus Lacrosse Club Columbus, Ohio University School
Motor City Lacrosse Club Detroit, Michigan Troy Athens High School
Pittsburgh Lacrosse Club Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Central Catholic High School

Defunct teams[edit]

Team Defunct
American General Lacrosse Club 1974
Lake Shore Lacrosse Club 2004
Circle City Lacrosse Club 2005
Three Rivers Lacrosse Club 2005
Canton Lacrosse Club 2007
Lansing Lacrosse Club 2008
Toledo Lacrosse Club 2008
Mt. Adams Lacrosse Club 2008
Northside Tribe Lacrosse 2009
Detroit-Windsor Lacrosse Club
Great Lakes Lacrosse Club
West Side Lacrosse Club

Tournament Champions[edit]

Midwest Club Lacrosse Association, City Division (MCLC predecessor) Champions

  • 1972 Cleveland Lacrosse Club
  • 1973 Columbus Lacrosse Club
  • 1974 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 1975 American General Lacrosse Club
  • 1976 Columbus Lacrosse Club
  • 1977 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 1978 Columbus Lacrosse Club
  • 1979 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 1980 Columbus Lacrosse Club
  • 1981 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 1982 Columbus Lacrosse Club
  • 1983 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 1984 Columbus Lacrosse Club
  • 1985 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 1986 Columbus Lacrosse Club
  • 1987 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 1988 Windy City Lacrosse Club
  • 1989 Chicago Lacrosse Club - disputed
  • 1989 Windy City Lacrosse Club - disputed
  • 1990 Chicago Lacrosse Club

Midwest Cities Lacrosse Conference Champions

  • 1991 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 1992 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 1993 Windy City Lacrosse Club
  • 1994 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 1995 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 1996 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 1997 Lake Shore Lacrosse Club
  • 1998 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 1999 Lake Shore Lacrosse Club
  • 2000 Lake Shore Lacrosse Club
  • 2001 Columbus Lacrosse Club
  • 2002 Columbus Lacrosse Club
  • 2003 Lake Shore Lacrosse Club
  • 2004 Cincinnati Lacrosse Club
  • 2005 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 2006 Columbus Lacrosse Club
  • 2007 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 2008 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 2009 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 2010 Chicago Lacrosse Club
  • 2011 Minnesota Lakers Lacrosse Club & Lincoln Park Lacrosse Club (co-champions) - title was vacated by Columbus Lacrosse Club
  • 2012 Minnesota Lakers Lacrosse Club
  • 2013 Cleveland Lacrosse Club
  • 2014 Windy City Lacrosse Club[1]
  • 2015 TBD

External links[edit]

Team links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MCLC". The Lacrosse News. Retrieved 20 July 2014.