Wisconsin Collegiate Conference

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The Wisconsin Collegiate Conference (WCC) is an athletic conference made up of the two year campuses in the University of Wisconsin System. The teams compete in soccer, volleyball, basketball, tennis, and golf. Baseball is also offered at some campuses. The campuses also compete in the Wisconsin Junior College Athletic Association (WJCAA), which is a combination of the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference and the Wisconsin Technical College Conference. All teams are considered junior colleges and athletes are only eligible for 2 years.

Teams In The Conference[edit]

West Division[edit]

School Location Nickname
UW–Baraboo/Sauk County Baraboo, Wisconsin Fighting Spirits
UW–Barron County Rice Lake, Wisconsin Chargers
UW–Marathon County Wausau, Wisconsin Huskies
UW–Marshfield/Wood County Marshfield, Wisconsin Mauraders
UW–Richland Richland Center, Wisconsin Road Runners
UW–Rock County Janesville, Wisconsin Rattlers

East Division[edit]

School Location Nickname
UW–Fond du Lac Fond du Lac, Wisconsin Falcons
UW–Fox Valley Menasha, Wisconsin Cyclones
UW–Manitowoc Manitowoc, Wisconsin Blue Devils
UW–Marinette Marinette, Wisconsin Buccaneers
UW–Sheboygan Sheboygan, Wisconsin Wombats
UW–Washington County West Bend, Wisconsin Wildcats
UW–Waukesha Waukesha, Wisconsin Cougars

2012 Results[edit]

Men's Basketball
In 2012, UW–Waukesha captured the WCC conference championship.

Sports in the WCC:
Men and Women's Basketball
Women's Volleyball
Wrestling (Defunct)
Cross Country (Defunct)
Men's Volleyball (Defunct)

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