List of Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association football champions

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This is a list of yearly Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association football champions. Co-champions are listed in alphabetical order.[1]

Champions by year[edit]

Record
Year Champions Conference Overall Postseason result Head coach
1924 Northeast Missouri State 2–0–2 4–3–2 H. L. McWilliams
1925 Northwest Missouri State 3–0–1 7–0–1 H. Frank Lawrence
1926 Central Missouri State 4–0 7–0–1 Theodore C. Reid
1927 Northeast Missouri State 4–0 8–1 Don Faurot
1928 Northeast Missouri State 3–0–1 7–2–1 Don Faurot
Southwest Missouri State 3–0–1 7–1–1 Arthur Briggs
1929 Northeast Missouri State 3–0 5–3–1 Don Faurot
1930 Northeast Missouri State 3–0 5–5 Don Faurot
1931 Northwest Missouri State 4–0 9–0 E. A. Davis
1932 Northeast Missouri State 4–0 8–0 Don Faurot
1933 Northeast Missouri State 4–0 9–0 Don Faurot
1934 Northeast Missouri State 4–0 8–0 Don Faurot
1935 Northeast Missouri State 5–0 7–1 Fred Faurot
1936 Northeast Missouri State 5–0 7–0 Fred Faurot
1937 Southeast Missouri State 5–0 9–0 Emmett Stuber
1938 Northwest Missouri State 5–0 9–0 Ryland Milner
1939 Northwest Missouri State 5–0 9–0 Ryland Milner
1940 Southwest Missouri State 5–0 10–0 Red Blair
1941 Missouri Mines 3–1–1 4–3–2 Gale Bullman
Northwest Missouri State 3–1–1 6–2–1 Ryland Milner
1942 Northwest Missouri State 3–1 4–2–1 Ryland Milner
Southeast Missouri State 3–1 6–2 Emmett Stuber
1943-1945 Cancelled due to World War II
1946 Southeast Missouri State 5–0 8–0–1 Emmett Stuber
1947 Missouri Mines 4–1 4–3 Gale Bullman
1948 Northwest Missouri State 4–1 6–2 Ryland Milner
Southwest Missouri State 4–1 9–2 Lost Missouri-Kansas Bowl Tommy O'Boyle
1949 Missouri Mines 5–0 6–2 Gale Bullman
1950 Missouri Mines 4–1 7–2 Won Corn Bowl Gale Bullman
1951 Northeast Missouri State 4–0–1 7–1–1 Maurice Wade
Southwest Missouri State 4–0–1 6–3–1 Fred Thomsen
1952 Northeast Missouri State 4–1 7–1–1 Maurice Wade
Northwest Missouri State 4–1 6–3 Ryland Milner
1953 Northeast Missouri State 5–0 6–2 Maurice Wade
1954 Northeast Missouri State 5–0 7–1 Maurice Wade
1955 Southeast Missouri State 5–0 9–0 Kenneth Knox
1956 Central Missouri State 4–1 7–2 Lew Comer
Missouri Mines 4–1 6–3 Gale Bullman
1957 Southeast Missouri State 4–0–1 6–2–1 Kenneth Knox
1958 Southeast Missouri State 5–0 7–1–1 Kenneth Knox
1959 Southeast Missouri State 5–0 7–2 Kenneth Knox
1960 Northeast Missouri State 5–0 8–1 Maurice Wade
1961 Northeast Missouri State 5–0 9–1 Won Mineral Water Bowl Maurice Wade
1962 Southeast Missouri State 5–0 7–3 Kenneth Knox
1963 Southwest Missouri State 5–0 9–1 Lost Mineral Water Bowl Orville Pottenger
1964 Northeast Missouri State 5–0 7–2 Maurice Wade
1965 Northeast Missouri State 5–0 8–2 Maurice Wade
1966 Southwest Missouri State 5–0 7–3 Lost Mineral Water Bowl Jim Mentis
1967 Southeast Missouri State 5–0 8–2 Kenneth Knox
1968 Southeast Missouri State 5–0 6–4 Tom Thrower
1969 Northeast Missouri State 4–1 6–2–1 Russ Sloan
Southeast Missouri State 4–1 8–2 Tom Thrower
1970 Central Missouri State 5–1 9–2 Howard Mahanes
Northeast Missouri State 5–1 7–2 Russ Sloan
1971 Northeast Missouri State 6–0 9–1 Russ Sloan
1972 Lincoln (MO) 5–1 9–1 Dwight T. Reed
Northwest Missouri State 5–1 7–3 Gladden Dye
1973 Southeast Missouri State 5–1 6–4 Jim Lohr
1974 Northwest Missouri State 5–1 8–2 Gladden Dye
1975 Southeast Missouri State 6–0 7–4 Jim Lohr
1976 Northeast Missouri State 4–1–1 5–3–1 Ron Taylor
Southeast Missouri State 4–1–1 7–3–1 Jim Lohr
1977 Missouri–Rolla 4–1–1 7–3–1 Charlie Finley
Southeast Missouri State 4–1–1 7–3–1 Jim Lohr
1978 Southwest Missouri State 6–0 8–3 Rich Johanningmeier
1979 Northwest Missouri State 5–1 6–5 James Redd
1980 Missouri–Rolla 6–0 10–0 Charlie Finley
1981 Northeast Missouri State 4–1 6–4 Bruce Craddock
1982 Northeast Missouri State 5–0 9–2 Lost NCAA First Round Bruce Craddock
1983 Central Missouri State 4–1 6–5 Terry Noland
Missouri–Rolla 4–1 6–5 Charlie Finley
1984 Northwest Missouri State 5–0 10–1 Lost NCAA First Round Vern Thomsen
1985 Northeast Missouri State 5–0 8–3 Jack Ball
1986 Central Missouri State 5–0 8–3 Terry Noland
1987 Central Missouri State 4–0–1 7–3–1 Terry Noland
Southeast Missouri State 4–0–1 6–4–1 Bob Smith
1988 Central Missouri State 5–1 6–5 Terry Noland
Northeast Missouri State 5–1 7–3 Jack Ball
Southeast Missouri State 5–1 6–4 Bill Maskill
1989 Pittsburg State 10–0 12–1 Lost NCAA Quarterfinals Dennis Franchione
1990 Pittsburg State 9–0 12–1 Lost NCAA Semifinals Chuck Broyles
1991 Pittsburg State 8–0–1 13–1–1 Won NCAA Championship Chuck Broyles
1992 Pittsburg State 9–0 14–1 Lost NCAA Championship Chuck Broyles
1993 Missouri Southern State 9–0 9–1–1 Lost NCAA First Round Jon Lantz
1994 Pittsburg State 9–0 10–1 Lost NCAA First Round Chuck Broyles
1995 Pittsburg State 9–0 12–1–1 Lost NCAA Championship Chuck Broyles
1996 Northwest Missouri State 8–1 11–2 Lost NCAA Quarterfinals Mel Tjeerdsma
Pittsburg State 8–1 8–3 Lost NCAA First Round Chuck Broyles
1997 Northwest Missouri State 9–0 12–1 Lost NCAA First Round Mel Tjeerdsma
1998 Northwest Missouri State 9–0 15–0 Won NCAA Championship Mel Tjeerdsma
1999 Northwest Missouri State 9–0 14–1 Won NCAA First Round Mel Tjeerdsma
2000 Northwest Missouri State 9–0 11–1 Lost NCAA First Round Mel Tjeerdsma
2001 Pittsburg State 8–1 11–2 Lost NCAA Quarterfinals Chuck Broyles
2002 Northwest Missouri State 9–0 12–1 Lost Quarterfinals Mel Tjeerdsma
2003 Central Missouri State 7–2 9–2 Willie Fritz
Emporia State 7–2 9–3 Lost NCAA First Round Dave Wiemers
Missouri Western State 7–2 8–3 Won Mineral Water Bowl Jerry Partridge
Northwest Missouri State 7–2 8–3 Mel Tjeerdsma
Pittsburg State 7–2 9–3 Lost NCAA First Round Chuck Broyles
2004 Pittsburg State 9–0 14–1 Lost NCAA Championship Chuck Broyles
2005 Washburn 7–1 9–3 Lost NCAA Second Round Craig Schurig
2006 Northwest Missouri State 9–0 14–1 Lost NCAA Championship Mel Tjeerdsma
2007 Northwest Missouri State 9–0 12–2 Lost Championship Mel Tjeerdsma
2008 Northwest Missouri State 10–0 13–2 Lost NCAA Championship Mel Tjeerdsma
2009 Northwest Missouri State 9–0 14–1 Lost NCAA Championship Mel Tjeerdsma
2010 Northwest Missouri State 9–0 12–2 Lost NCAA Semifinals Mel Tjeerdsma
2011 Pittsburg State 8–1 13–1 Won NCAA Championship Tim Beck
2012 Missouri Western State 9–1 12–2 Lost NCAA Quarterfinals Jerry Partridge
2013 Northwest Missouri State 10–0 15–0 Won NCAA Championship Adam Dorrel
2014 Northwest Missouri State 10–1 11–2 Lost NCAA First Round Adam Dorrel
Pittsburg State 10–1 11–1 Lost NCAA Second Round Tim Beck

Championships by team[edit]

Team Years as Member MIAA
Championships
Last
MIAA
Championship
Last Outright
MIAA
Championship
Central Missouri 1924–present 8 2003 1986
Central Oklahoma 2012–present 0 never never
Emporia State 1991–present 1 2003 never
Fort Hays State 2007–present 0 never never
Lincoln 1970–1989, 2011–2013 1 1972 never
Lindenwood 2012–present 0 never never
Missouri Southern 1989–present 1 1993 1993
Missouri State 1924–1981 7 1978 1978
Missouri Western 1989–present 2 2012 2012
Missouri S&T 1936–2005 8 1983 1980
Nebraska–Kearney 2012–present 0 never never
Northeastern State 2012–present 0 never never
Northwest Missouri State 1924–present 26 2013 2014
Omaha 2008–2011 0 never never
Pittsburg State 1989–present 12 2011 2014
Southeast Missouri State 1924–1990 17 1988 1975
Southwest Baptist 1987–2007, 2012–2013 0 never never
Truman 1924–2012 26 1988 1985
Washburn 1989–present 1 2005 2005

† The current name of the schools are listed in this chart Central Missouri State is now the University of Central Missouri, Northeast Missouri State is now Truman University, Missouri Mines, Missouri-Rolla, is now Missouri Science and Technology, and Southwest Missouri State is now Missouri State University.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2014 Washburn Ichabods football Media Guide". Issuu. 2014. Retrieved March 16, 2015.