Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference

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The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference is a Division-III athletic conference in the state of Minnesota. The MIAC was formed in 1920 when the Minnesota members of the Tri-State Conference split from the Dakota members of the conference due to differences over proposed rule changes. Carleton College, Gustavus Adolphus College, Hamline University, Macalester College, St. John's University , St. Olaf College and the University of St. Thomas were charter members. Baseball was one of the three sports that the MIAC awarded chapionships in its year. The Carleton/St. Olaf rivalry is unique in that the two schools share a zip code.

In early 2019 the University of St. Thomas was "involuntarily removed" from the MIAC, ostensibly due to winning too much [1], effective after the 2020-2021 school year.

2021 Schools[edit]

Conference Baseball Champions[edit]

Source: MIAC website