Metropolitan Collegiate Conference
The Metropolitan Collegiate Conference (MCC) was a college athletic conference that exited from 1965 until 1969. The conference was also known as the Middle Eastern Collegiate Conference (MECC). The participating schools were exclusively from New York and New Jersey. The 10 founding members of the conference in 1965 were: Manhattan, Long Island University, New York University, Hofstra, Fairleigh Dickinson, Saint Peter's, Seton Hall, Iona, Wagner and St. Francis.
In the 1967-68 season NYU left the conference to become Independents and in the 1968-69 season St. Francis followed. By 1969 the conference was defunct.
Men's basketball champions
|Season||Regular Season Champion|
|1966-67||St. Francis (7–2)|
St. Peter's (7–2)
|1967-68||St. Peter's (8–0)|
|1968-69||St. Peter's (7–1)|