Ohio Community College Athletic Conference

The Ohio Community College Athletic Conference or OCCAC is a college athletic conference whose member institutions are community colleges in the state of Ohio. It is a member of Region XII of the National Junior College Athletic Association.

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... Nickname Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Cincinnati, Ohio 1966 Surge Clark State Community College Springfield, Ohio 1966 Eagles Columbus State Community College Columbus, Ohio 1963 ...
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