Historical information (standings and statistics) about America's oldest collegiate conference is being added to this website with the addition of archival material dating back to the founding years in each of the 20 league-sponsored sports. This is a work in progress.

Watch this space during the 2014-15 school year for interesting historical anecdotes. Click here for more.



MIAA Unveils Composite Schedule/Live Scoreboard Feature

With the start of the 2014-15 season of competition, the MIAA and PrestoSports is offering a new feature for visitors to its website: a composite schedule and live scoreboard function for most of its contests.

The feature offers one-click access to up-to-the-minute game results across the conference. Once on the scoreboard, users can click onto audio and video broadcasts of each contest.

The composite schedule and live scoreboard will be available throughout the season.


Players of the Week

Offensive Player of the Week: Taylor Masiewicz, Trine (left)
Defensive Player of the Week: Damon Fuller, Adrian (center)
Special Teams Player of the Week: Ryan Maguire, Alma (right)
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Player of the Week: Jordan Brisson, Adrian (left)
Specialty Player of the Week:  Haley Mellon, Adrian (right)
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Men's Soccer
Offensive Player of the Week: Travis Vegter, Calvin (left)
Defensive Player of the Week: Lino Taormina, Adrian (right)
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Women's Soccer
Offensive Player of the Week: Erin Jipping, Hope (left)
Defensive Player of the Week: Jennifer Thelen, Hope (right)
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Cross Country
Men's Runner of the Week: Ben Zank, Hope (left)
Women's Runner of the Week: Cassie Vince, Calvin (right)
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Click here for women's cross country details 

Women's Golf
Player of the Week: Britni Gielow, Hope
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First Year Of MIAA, CCIW Football Series A Success

The first year of the two-year series of contests between the MIAA and the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) produced some exciting contests.

Adrian, Alma, Hope and Trine gained victories for the MIAA on Saturday, while Illinois Wesleyan, Wheaton, Elmhurst and North Central picked up wins for the CCIW.

At Adrian, Emmanuel Stewart rushed for 175 yards and the Bulldogs limited Carthage to 157 yards total offense in defeating the Red Men, 40-14. Hope quarterback Robert Kish threw four touchdown passes in his first collegiate start as the Flying Dutchmen defeated Augustana, 37-27. Taylor Masiewicz accounted for 365 yards total offense and all four Trine touchdowns (three passing, one rushing) in a 28-14 win over Millikin. At Alma, Dylan Zaborowski threw for three touchdowns and ran for another as the Scots rolled past North Park, 31-7.

Here are the other scores from Saturday's series:
Elmhurst 33, Olivet 27
Illinois Wesleyan 35, Albion 28
Wheaton 26, Kalamazoo 12
North Central 51, St. Norbert 17 (St. Norbert agreed to be the 8th MIAA school for the series)

The series will continue next season with MIAA schools traveling to CCIW colleges.


Hope Golfer Nails Hole-In-One At MIAA Jamboree

Hope senior Evan Telzerow became the sixth golfer to record a hole-in-one at an MIAA men's golf tournament on Saturday as he helped lead the Flying Dutchmen to a three-stroke victory over Calvin at the MIAA Jamboree at the Lenawee Country Club in Adrian.

Telzerow used an 8-iron to ace the 157-yard, par-3 9th hole. The ace helped Telzerow share medalist honors for the Jamboree with Trine's Connor Dwyer, with both carding rounds of 72.

It was the first hole-in-one at an MIAA men's golf meet since Calvin's Eric Doezema recorded an ace at Alma's Pine River Country Club in 2010.

Click here for complete Jamboree results.


Hope Soccer Teams To Host Van Andel Institute Benefit Games

The Hope men’s and women’s soccer teams are teaming later up this month to benefit Purple Community®, Van Andel Institute’s grassroots fundraising program.

A day-night doubleheader at Van Andel Soccer Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 20, will feature women’s and men’s matches and raise funds for cancer and Parkinson’s disease research at Van Andel Institute in Grand Rapids.

The Flying Dutch will play Saint Mary’s in an MIAA women's contest at noon, while the Flying Dutchmen host Adrian in a men's MIAA game at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for non-MIAA students 18 and younger.

Proceeds will benefit Van Andel Institute and will help underwrite a summer internship for a Hope student at Van Andel Institute.

Both teams are supporting the cause by wearing purple jerseys on Sept. 20. Purple jerseys will be sold at each game. 

Click here to learn more about the Hope benefit games for the Van Andel Institute.