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Midwest Independent Conference

Midwest Independent Conference
(MIC)
Established 1991
Association NCAA
Division NC
Members 6
Sports fielded 1 (women's: 1)
Region Midwest & South U.S.
Headquarters Chicago, Illinois

The Midwest Independent Conference (MIC) is a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I, II and III women's gymnastics conference. The MIC was established in 1991 for schools that sponsor women's gymnastics teams, but do not have women's gymnastics as a sponsored sport in their primary conferences. The NCAA championships in women's gymnastics is a non-divisional championship; meaning athletes or teams from any division can qualify.

Although the conference has six teams, they are from all three divisions, and it is not recognized by the NCAA.

Contents

  • Members 1
  • Conference champions 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Members

Institution Location Founded Enrollment Joined Nickname Primary Conference
Centenary College of Louisiana Shreveport, Louisiana 1825 650 2001[1] Ladies Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (Division III)
Illinois State University Normal, Illinois 1857 20,500 1991[2] Redbirds Missouri Valley Conference
Lindenwood University St. Charles, Missouri 1827 17,400 2012[3] Lions Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (Division II)
Southeast Missouri State University Cape Girardeau, Missouri 1873 10,400 1991[4] Redhawks Ohio Valley Conference
Texas Women's University Denton, Texas 1901 14,200 2002 or 2003[5] Pioneers Lone Star Conference (Division II)
University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago, Illinois 1858/1965/1982 28,100 1991[6] Flames Horizon League

Former Members: The Winona State University Warriors were a member until 2003, but now compete in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The Northern Illinois University Huskies were not only a member, but they won two of the first three championships, but NIU discontinued gymnastics during the 1990s.

Conference champions

Sources: UIC Women's gymnastics archives,[7] Google MIC website [8]
Year Champion Score Host
2015 Lindenwood 195,8 Texas Women's
2014 Southeast Missouri 195.275 Illinois State
2013 Illinois Chicago 195.600 Centenary
2012 Illinois State 194.800 Illinois Chicago
2011 Southeast Missouri 193.775 Southeast Missouri
2010 Texas Women's 193.275 Texas Women's
2009 Southeast Missouri 193.825 Illinois State
2008 Illinois Chicago 193.850 Centenary
2007 Illinois Chicago 193.900 Illinois Chicago
2006 Texas Women's 193.200 Southeast Missouri
2005 Illinois Chicago 194.200 Texas Women's
2004 Illinois Chicago 194.200 Illinois State
2003 Illinois Chicago 196.575 Centenary
2002 Illinois Chicago 196.250 Illinois Chicago
2001 Illinois State 193.700 Winona State
2000 Illinois Chicago 194.000 Southeast Missouri
1999 Illinois Chicago 193.9 N/A
1998 Illinois Chicago 193.475 N/A
1997 Southeast Missouri 194.95 N/A
1996 Southeast Missouri 191.925 N/A
1995 Illinois Chicago 195.525 N/A
1994 Illinois Chicago 190.7 N/A
1993 Northern Illinois 189.5 N/A
1992 Northern Illinois 189,15 N/A
1991 Southeast Missouri 190,15 N/A

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.gocentenary.com/gymnastics/
  2. ^ https:/s.google.com/micconferencegymnastics/gallery
  3. ^ http://www.lindenwoodlions.com/news/2012/4/5/GYM_0405120131.aspx
  4. ^ http://gosoutheast.cstv.com/sports/w-gym/semo-w-gym-body.html
  5. ^ http://www.twuathletics.com/index.aspx?path=gym&tab=gymnastics
  6. ^ http://www.uicflames.com/sports/w-gym/ilch-w-gym-body.html
  7. ^ http://www.uicflames.com/sports/w-gym/
  8. ^ https:/s.google.com/micconferencegymnastics/gallery
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