MISS-LOU Junior College Conference

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MISS-LOU Junior College Conference
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Established 1971
Members 5
Sports fielded 18 (10 men's, 8 women's)
Country United States
Region Midwest
States 1 - Louisiana
Headquarters New Orleans, Louisiana

The MISS-LOU Junior College Conference, also known as (MLJCC), is a member conference of the National Junior College Athletic Association. It, along with the MACJC, are members of Region XXIII. The members of the MLJCC do not have football programs whereas the members of the MACJC do. The MLJCC is a junior college conference for many technical and community colleges. Conference championships are held in most sports and individuals can be named to All-Conference and All-Academic teams. At one time, Meridian Community College in Meridian, Mississippi was a member of the MLJCC, however MCC left the conference in 2002 for the MACJC in order to cut travel expenses (Meridian is currently an independent). While MCC was a member of the Miss-Lou, the men's soccer team won the NJCAA Div. I championship in 2000. MCC's baseball team also won several regional titles and made several appearances in the Junior College World Series.

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