Midwest Football Conference (NJCAA)

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The Midwest Football Conference was a football conference for NJCAA teams located in the midwest United States. It was formed when the North Central Community College Conference merged with the Iowa Conference in 2005.

The conference dissolved following the 2013 season after almost of the East Division schools, except the College of DuPage, dropped football. The Iowa schools, Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Central Community College and Iowa Western Community College, formed a scheduling alliance with the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference. The two North Dakota schools joined the Minnesota Community College Conference in football only while DuPage became an independent.

Grand Rapids, Harper, Joliet, Rock Valley and North Iowa Area no longer field teams.

Former members[edit]

East division

School Team Name Location
College of DuPage Chaparrals Glen Ellyn, Illinois
Grand Rapids Community College Raiders Grand Rapids, Michigan
Harper College Hawks Palatine, Illinois
Joliet Junior College Wolves Joliet, Illinois
Rock Valley College Golden Eagles Rockford, Illinois

West division

School Team Name Location
Ellsworth Community College Panthers Iowa Falls, Iowa
Iowa Central Community College Tritons Fort Dodge, Iowa
Iowa Western Community College Reivers Council Bluffs, Iowa
North Dakota State College of Science Wildcats Wahpeton, North Dakota
North Iowa Area Community College Trojans Mason City, Iowa

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