A look back by decade:
1989 (Coach: Dick Ramsey)
The NIACC football team completed its third straight winning season by going 7-3 and finishing the season with a 3-game winning streak.
Honorable mention all-region selection Tank Corner led the NIACC offensive attack by rushing for 1,105 yards and scoring 21 touchdowns.
Earning first-team all-region honors for the Trojans were quarterback Mike Schlichting, receiver Marlon Goolsby and defensive back Jim Micho.
Honorable mention all-region selections along with Corner for NIACC were offensive lineman Tim Stovie, wide receiver Robert Hughes, defensive lineman Chris Tallman, linebacker Frank Phee and defensive lineman Mike Hemann.
Schlichting completed 111 of 208 passes for 1,429 yards with 11 touchdowns and eight interceptions. Goolsby caught 23 passes for 382 yards and four touchdowns.
1989 statistical leaders
Rushing - Tank Corner 203 carries for 1,105 yards and 21 touchdowns; Kipp Harris 156 carries for 644 yards and 5 touchdowns.
Passing - Mike Schlichting 111 for 208 for 1,429 yards with 11 touchdowns and 8 interceptions.
Receiving - Marlon Goolsby 23 catches for 382 yards and 4 touchdowns; John Vacco 23 catches for 302 yards and 1 touchdown.
Interceptions - Elgin Bryon 5, Jim Micho 3.
1989 NIACC football roster
James Avery, Michael Benson, Robert Bevans, Elgin Byron, Tank Corner, Michael Crawford, Terron Crowder, Jason Daudel, Jeff Deere, John Delaney, David Donohoo, John Doyle, Larry Eckhardt, Russ Engstler, Tim Fox, Mauro Franzese, Tim Fuller, Lafoy Gaines, Marlon Goolsby, Richard Grimes, Rick Hansen, Kipp Harris, Derek Hart, Michael Hemann, Jason Hike, Robert Hughes, Mike Hulshizer, Brian Hunt, Joede Kayser, Phil Lawson, Jason Lovins, Matthew Lugar, Jim Micho, Brett Miller, Joe Miller, Brendon Minnich, Carmelo Morales, James Palzkill, Jon Perez, Frank Phee, Brandon Pinegar, Deon Polk, Umar Reeder, Mike Schlichting, Damian Scott, Steve Segall, Tim Stovie, Chris Tallman, Matt Tarowsky, Tim Tickal, John Vacco, Jack Vogt, Mike Watters, Erick Williams, Chris Wood, Ron Wylie,
1989 results (7-3)
NIACC 28, NDSCS 7
NIACC 58, Highland CC 36
NIACC 42, Mankato State Junior Varsity 12
Iowa Central 27, NIACC 20
NIACC 26, Wayne State Junior Varsity 12
Waldorf College 17, NIACC 13
Ellsworth 50, NIACC 27
NIACC 14, Iowa State Junior Varsity 8
NIACC 38, Iowa Lakes 28
NIACC 48, Haskell CC 14
1988 (Coach: Dick Ramsey)
The NIACC football team posted its best season since 1977 by going 7-3 in the 1988 season.
The Trojans were 2-2 in the Iowa Junior College Conference with league wins over Waldorf College (12-10) and Iowa Lakes (50-35).
Earning all-region honors for the Trojans were Dave Davis (running back), Stacey Morgan (receiver), Aaron Harper (offensive line) and Milo Miller (linebacker).
Earning honorable mention all-region honors for the Trojans were Tony Cordle (offensive line), Marvin Goolsby (receiver), Frank Phee (running back), Mike Schlichting (quarterback), Jim Langerman (linebacker), Keith Smith (defensive back), Tony Spicer (linebacker), Bruce Burns (offensive line).
Davis led the league in rushing with 1,135 yards. He gained a season-high 232 yards in the Trojans' 27-20 win over the Westmar College junior varsity in week two.
1988 NIACC football roster
Paul Arndorfer, James Ashley, Jason Aulwes, James Avery, Jeff Becker, Eddie Bergen, Jim Berkland, Aaron Brooks, Alan Burns, Lance Butler, Moses Cody, Sherman Cooley, Tony Cordle, Craig Cullen, Dave Davis, Deveil Davis, John Duax, Todd Espeland, Bill Fraze, Lance Frazier, John Gaffney, Kevin Garrels, Mark Gille, Marlon Goolsby, Eddie Hankins, Aaron Harper, Kipp Harris, Chad Hayes, Michael Hemann, Curtis Herring, Robert Hughes, Mandell Jackson, Peter Jahr, Vernon Jones, Tony Kaune, James Langerman, Kevin Levad, Jason Lovins, Brian McLeod, Jason McPherson, Mark Mattson, Greg Mazak, Herman Metcalf, Jim Micho, Brett Miller, Milo Miller, Brad Moorehead, Stacey Morgan, Jeff Netemeyer, Gregg Pepper, Frank Phee, Cedrick Rashall, Mike Schlichting, Tyrone Schwieger, Shawn Shepherd, Keith Smith, Antonio Spicer, Steve Stegall, Tim Stovie, Chris Tallman, Matt Tarowsky, Doug Tarr, Calvin Taylor, Reggie Taylor, Mike Watters, Randy Weehler, Charlie Weyer, Jeff Wiggins, Terry Williams, Harold Young.
1988 results (7-3)
NIACC 29, Highland CC 14
NIACC 27, Westmar College Junior Varsity 20
NIACC 7, Mankato State Junior Varsity 0
Iowa Central 7, NIACC 3
NIACC 31, North Hennepin 6
NIACC 12, Waldorf College 10
Ellsworth 36, NIACC 14
NIACC 35, Peru State Junior Varsity 7
NIACC 50, Iowa Lakes 35
Iowa State Junior Varsity 31, NIACC 13
1987 (Coach: Dick Ramsey)
The NIACC football team posted its first winning season since 1977 by going 5-4 in Dick Ramsey's second year as coach of the Trojans.
NIACC, which was 0-8-1 in Ramsey's initial season in 1986, gained wins over HIghland CC, Austin CC, Iowa Central, North Hennepin CC and Iowa Lakes.
The 23-19 win over Iowa Central was the Trojans' first over the Tritons since the 1981 season.
Earning all-region honors for the Trojans were Orville Townsend (receiver), Ali Greene (defensive back) and Charles Haire (defensive line). Honorable mention all-region selections were Jeff Nehl (defensive back), Milo Miller (linebacker), Shawn Shepherd (running back/linebacker), Ray Monk (offensive line), Vern Little (running back), Bruce Burns (offensive line), Stacey Morgan (receiver/defensive back) and Shannon White (receiver).
1987 statistical leaders
Rushing - Fred Thompson 97 carries for 430 yards and 2 touchdowns; Vern Little 57 carries for 410 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Passing - Jeff Becker 67 for 138 for 1,006 yards with 6 touchdowns and 16 interceptions; Chad Kruse 29 for 64 for 315 yards with 2 touchdowns and 1 interception.
Receiving - Vern Little 26 catches for 372 yards and 3 touchdowns; Stacey Morgan 26 catches for 368 yards with 3 touchdowns.
Interceptions - Jeff Nehl 6.
1987 NIACC football roster
Joe Almonte, Dwayne Bahe, Kenneth Bailey, Doug Bain, Jeff Becker, James Berkland, Tony Boothroyd, Bruce Burns, Herb Caballero, Sherman Cooley, Anthony Cordle, Cory Crawford, Dave Davis, Mark Fay, James Fitzpatrick, Ali Greene, Charles Haire, Aaron Harper, Curtis Herring, Erik Hohler, Mark Hoven, Peter Jahr, John Jones, Vernon Jones, Tony Kaune, Brian Keith, Klint Knock, Chad Kruse, James Langerman, Vern Little, Brian McLeod, Dennis Malecek, Milo Miller, Ray Monk, Stacey Morgan, Eric Mozga, Jeff Nehl, Jeff Netemeyer, Robert Northouse, Clinton Palmer, Deon Robbins, Greg Romine, Mark Seeley, Shawn Shepherd, John Sousa, Reginald Taylor, Bill Thompson, Fred Thompson, Orville Townsend, Shaun ViPond, Shannon White, Anthony Wilson.
1987 results (5-4)
NIACC 14, Highland CC 9
Iowa Lakes 27, NIACC 20
NIACC 40, Austin CC 0
NIACC 23, Iowa Central 19
NIACC 40, NW Missouri State Junior Varsity 35
Waldorf College 40, NIACC 0
Ellsworth 60, NIACC 7
NIACC 21, North Hennepin CC 7
Iowa Lakes 20, NIACC 6
1986 (Coach: Dick Ramsey)
Under first-year coach Dick Ramsey, the Trojans went 0-8-1 with the tie coming in a 0-0 contest to Highland CC in the first week of the season.
NIACC's Orville Townsend Jr. (punter/defensive back), Ali Greene (defensive back) and Andy May (defensive tackle) were all-NJCAA Region XI selections.
The Trojans' honorable mention all-region selections were Sam Anderson (receiver), Brian Weldon (linebacker), Shawn Starks (linebacker) and Ray Monk (offensive line).
1986 NIACC football roster
Dennis Malacek, Nathan Houston, Bennie Anthony, Matthew Gary, Daniel Mathews, Deon Robbins, Kevin Gutzmer, Doug Chitko, Jeff Nehl, Orville Townsend Jr., Jeff Hirsch, Manuel Bryant, Fredrick Thompson, John Bright, Theron Pitts, Mark Gooch, Michael McGowan, Frank Allen, Bill Van Zuiden, Vernon Little, William Robinson, Sam Anderson, Michael Williams, Ali Greene, Keith Lumpkin, Charles Haire, Brian Ford, Scott Mullen, Kenny Moody, James Wood, David Finch, Jeff Sievers, Michael Wieneke, Eddie Bennett, Brian Weldon, Wendall Glass, Mark Seeley, Timothy Naylon, Burt Tieso, Dean White, Ural Nellum, Shawn Starks, Klint Knock, Daron Bartels, Jon O'Brien, Mark Hoven, Tadd Cline, Craig Wood, John Jones, Gregory Romine, Terry Van Hauen, Kent Paca, Ray Monk, Erik Hohler, Larry Farley, Bill Thompson, Keith Newton, Brian Cliff, Christopher Klingenberg, Brian De Geus, Dave Perry, Terry Wesenberg, Robert Northouse, Scott Bush, Daniel Chambers, Darrell Buren, Terry Smith, Ronald Rann, Joe Stasi, Keith McVey, Tyler Brandt, Andy May.
1986 season (0-8-1)
NIACC 0, Highland CC 0 (tie)
Iowa Lakes 19, NIACC 13
Ellsworth 21, NIACC 0
Iowa Central 21, NIACC 7
Iowa Lakes 10, NIACC 0
Waldorf College 17, NIACC 8
Ellsworth 50, NIACC 0
Waldorf College 31, NIACC 6
NW Missouri State JV 8, NIACC 7
1985 (Coach: Jerry Dunbar)
The highlight of the 1985 season was a 29-27 victory over No. 1 Ellsworth on Oct. 5 in Iowa Falls. Deckram Croker returned an interception 50 yards for a touchdown with 3:17 to play in the fourth quarter to give the Trojans the stunning victory.
Ellsworth had beat NIACC 29-0 in the season opener.
It was the second time in the last decade that the Trojans upset top-ranked Ellsworth. The Trojans knocked off the No. 1 Panthers in the 1977 season.
NIACC (3-7) also claimed wins over the Northwest Missouri State Junior Varsity (27-6) and Willmar College (24-20).
Earning all-NJCAA Region XI honors for the Trojans were Craig Petigout (offensive line) and Croker (defensive back). Earning honorable mention all-region honors were Jim Weber, Glover Frogmore, Dave Mulder, Earl Williams, Anthony Crawford, Tom Hemann, Mark Paca, Tim Simpson, Chris Yarrow and Tracy Tafolla.
William Robinson led the Trojans with 489 yards rushing. Robinson also caught five passes for 82 yards.
Quarterback Dave Mulder completed 29 of 132 passes for 337 yards.
Croker led the Trojan defense with 47 tackles. Simpson was next in line with 38 tackles.
1985 NIACC football roster
Dave Mulder, Israel Warren, Doug Kellogg, Rodney Gardner-Nicklson, David Robinson, Rick Miller, Keith Durham, Henry Kennedy, Kelly Gaul, Jeff Hirsch, Terry Smith, Scott Buchanan, Deckram Croker, Alex Leo, Dwayne Fuller, Frank Allen, Sam Anderson, Tracy Tafolla, William Robinson, Tim Simpson, David Langerud, Mark Paca, Tim Naylon, Rodney Thomas, David Finch, Brad Rottler, Marcus Spotts, Pat Billington, Kevin Willie, Daron Zach, Chris Yarrow, Vaughn Dockery, Craig Petigout, Daran Bartels, Brian Olson, Shawn Starks, Ryan Mandernach, Jim Weber, Craig Wood, John Wageman, Brian Weldon, Dean White, Andy May, Eddie Bennett, Keith Newton, Ivan Glover, Bill Stricker, Tom Hemann, Tim Otten, Terry Wesenberg, Murray Hillsman, Tom Whitten, Jeff Sievers, Ron Rann, Sean Bruckner, Earl Williams, Brad Holthaus, Anthony Crawford.
1985 season (3-7)
Ellsworth 29, NIACC 0
NIACC 27, Northwest Missouri State Junior Varsity 6
Iowa Central 35, NIACC 0
Waldorf College 32, NIACC 0
NIACC 29, Ellsworth 27
Waldorf College 41, NIACC 7
Iowa Lakes 43, NIACC 9
NIACC 24, Willmar College 20
Iowa State Junior Varsity 20, NIACC 16
1984 (Coach: Jerry Dunbar)
The Trojans were 1-9 in the 1984 season as they topped Willmar College 17-8 in Week 10 to snap a 14-game losing streak.
Quarterback Scott Lechnir caught 26 pass for 491 yards and four touchdowns. Israel Warren rushed for 298 yards to lead the NIACC offense.
Jeff Kleven led the NIACC defense with 91 tackles.
1984 NIACC football roster
Mike Bengston, Quentin Daniels, Victor Hawkins, Grady Robinson, Dan Weber, Murl Dodds, Cecil Brown, Dave Johnson, Israel Warren, Milton Frye, Ken Draper, Tim Otten, Marty Osterman, Kenny Blanford, Tim Simpson, Earl Williams, Jeff Cowan, Doug Engstler, Paul Arteman, Dave Mulder, Roland Simmons, Deckram Croker, Chris Yarrow, Rusty Moore, Paul Clawson, Brian Olson, David Lane, Midda Fite, Jeff Kleven, Tam Nauman, Kurt Lee, Jim Weber, Tom Shey, Greg Freidhof, Al Hausner, Bill Stricker, Marty Eckhardt, Brian Cliff, Craig Petitgout, Ivan Glover, Reggie Baker, Scott Hage, Marcus Spotts, Jay Cowan, Tracy Tafolla, Mark Paca, Tom Hemann, Scott Lechnir, Pat Rippentrop, Tom Doering, Scott Weier, Frederick Ferguson.
1984 results (1-9)
Waldorf College 27, NIACC 0
Iowa Lakes 14, NIACC 7
Ellsworth 37, NIACC 26
Northeast Oklahoma 35, NIACC 0
Iowa Central 41, NIACC 7
Waldorf College 30, NIACC 14
RCTC 47, NIACC 21
Iowa State Junior Varsity 27, NIACC 13
NIACC 17, Willmar College 8
Iowa Central 25, NIACC 3
1983 (Coach: Jerry Dunbar)
The 1983 version of the 1983 NIACC football team was 2-8 with wins over North Dakota State College of Science and Iowa Lakes.
Offensive lineman Todd Kelleher was the NJCAA Region XI movst valuable player. Other all-region selections were Rick Heather (defensive line) and Darryl Sterling (defensive back).
1983 NIACC football roster
Sean Norris, Grady Robinson, Mike Bengtson, Darryl Sterling, Reggie Redd, Mel Elsberry, Murl Dodds, Dirk Johnson, Dave Johnson, Earl Oliver, Milton Frye, Dan Pope, Ted Arndt, Matt Matteson, Kenny Blanford, Dan Weber, Jerry Frankl, Jeff Cowan, Doug Engstler, Ray Morris, Greg Moore, Ken Draper, John Pierce, Joe McNamara, Gary Wells, Midda Fite, Vaughn Dockery, Jeff Kleven, Rusty Moore, Danny Alston, Rick Heather, Bob Ingvall, Tom Banwart, Paul Clawson, Al Hausner, Lloyd Austin, Phil Collins, Tom Shey, Todd Kelleher, Mark Tigges, Austin Johnson, Rick Kiewiet, Scott Hage, Jay Cowan, Marty Osterman, Darwin Dahley, Scott Lechnir, Brian Tigges, Tom Doering, Scott Weier, Lars Schreiner.
1983 results (2-8)
Waldorf College 34, NIACC 14
NIACC 24, NDSCS 9
Ellsworth 29, NIACC 10
NIACC 13, Iowa Lakes 12
Iowa Central 44, NIACC 17
Waldorf College 48, NIACC 2
RCTC def. NIACC
Ellsworth def. NIACC
Willmar College 14, NIACC 10
Iowa Central 43, NIACC 0
1982 (Coach: Jerry Dunbar)
The NIACC football team was 4-5 in the 1982 season under coach Jerry Dunbar. The Trojans picked up wins over Waldorf College, the Gustavus Adolphus freshman, Ellsworth and Iowa Lakes.
1982 NIACC football roster
Donnie Doughan, Brian Tigges, Sydney Brisbane, Darrell Sterling, Steve Arnold, Mel Elsberry, Derrick Holmes, Brian Throne, Dale Anderson, Dean Howell, Dan Pope, Randy Lindquist, Monty Sproles, Keith Lucks, Jeff Levy, Tony Turk, Mike Cannella, Glen Vance, Raymond Morris, Greg Moore, Kevin Esser, Mike Jones, Vince Boge, Aaron Kiesau, Ray Calef, Sam McDew, Shawn Stover, Gary Wells, Bill Thies, John Paxton, Jeff Irwin, Ernie Hickey, John DeVary, Rick Cone, Paul McMahon, Rick Heather, Neil Roquet, Keith Fulton, Robert Moen, Austin Johnson, Kevin Hegeman, Todd Kelleher, Mark Tigges, Jason Wagner, Brian Goodman, Rich Kiewiet, Robin Wagner, Rob Studer, Jeff Herrera, Tim Brown, Julius Gaddis, Joe Hickey, Mike House, Ed Newman.
1982 results (4-5)
Iowa Central 14, NIACC 7
NIACC 7, Waldorf College 0
NIACC 38, Gustavus Adolphus freshman 14
NIACC 23, Ellsworth 14
Iowa Central 19, NIACC 15
Waldorf 35, NIACC 17
NIACC 27, Iowa Lakes 7
Ellsworth 24, NIACC 10
NDSCS 14, NIACC 7
1981 (Coach: Jerry Dunbar)
NIACC topped Iowa Central 12-7 for its first win over the Tritons since the 1977 season.
The Trojans also topped the Mankato State Junior Varsity and Iowa Lakes in the 1981 season.
Earning all-region honors for the Trojans were Ted Fountas (linebacker), Brett Klatt (receiver), Doug Ockenfels (offensive line) and Jim McDougle (punter).
R.C. Smoot led the Trojans in rushing with 505 yards. Quarterback Scott Lynch completed 38 of 82 passes for 491 yards and Klatt caught 18 passes for 423 yards.
On defense, Fountas led the way with 101 tackles and Sydney Brisbane collected five interceptions.
1981 NIACC football roster
R.C. Smoot, Scott Lynch, Michael Cannella, Steven Arnold, James Reinicke, Sydney Brisbane, Dan Knuese, Robert Hart, David Hogelucht, Dale Anderson, Dean Howell, Jeff Dralle, Jeff Levy, Kelly Blackford, Dwayne Mahacek, Jeff Meier, Velmer Burton, Randy Knudson, Keith Lucks, Roger Simpson, Danny Lockett, Aaron Gregory, Kevin Esser, Michael Jones, Aaron Kiesau, Robert Klatt, Jim McDougle, Shawn Stover, Eric Christianson, Doug Ockenfels, Doug Kellogg, John Cain, Ted Fountas, Jeff Irwin, Jeff Ward, Edward Kent Jr., Terry Miller, Rick Cone, Paul McMahon, Mike Donovan, Neil Roquet, Jeff Melcher, Robert Moen, William Price, Rick Morals, Jason Magner, Kevin Hageman, Phillip Knoebel, Matt Paine, Jeff Boleman, Brian Goodman, James Lowery, Brian LaVelle, Rich Van Oort, Derrick Holmes, David Stewart, Ernie Hickey, Rob Studer, Tim Brown, Jeff Herrera, Kurt Percival, Mike House, Edward Newman.
1981 results (3-6)
Iowa Central 28, NIACC 14
Waldorf College 31, NIACC 19
NIACC 28, Mankato State Junior Varsity 0
Ellsworth 8, NIACC 0
NIACC 12, Iowa Central 7
Waldorf College 17, NIACC 6
NIACC 26, Iowa Lakes 12
Ellsworth 28, NIACC 7
NDSCS def. NIACC
1980 (Coach: Jerry Dunbar)
The Trojans were 5-5 under Jerry Dunbar. The Trojans gained two wins over rival Waldorf College, two over Iowa Lakes and one over the Iowa State Junior Varsity.
1980 NIACC football roster
Scott Lynch, Scott Misener, Jim Reinicke, Darryl Goree, Ron Adcock, Danny Copeland, Randy Carlson, Robert Hart, David Austinson, Tim Townsend, Terry Hooks, Steve Maas, Kelly Blackford, Velmar Burton, Mark Norcross, Scott Watson, R.C. Smoot, Scott Hietland, Clark Bulman, Danny Locket, Aaron Gregory, Pete Killians, Tom Williams, Mitch Porter, Brett Klatt, Jim McDougle, Larry Swingen, Doug Ockenfels, Chris Carlisle, Ted Fountas, Jerry Shafrath, Jeff Ward, William Price, Dave Cliburn, Robert Berstler, Roger Snyder, Mike Donovan, Ryan Smith, Craig Arndt, Scott Einck, Greg Drew, Tracy Rokes, Roy Snyder, Chad Caffrey, Tim Moriarity, Al Hagen, Chuck Harris, Tyree Wagner, Mark Wandro, Phil Knobel, Brian LaVelle, Bill Galligan, Jeff Eichenberger, David Stewart, Mike Sheriff, Steve Lewis, Gary Wasislius, Jeff Madsen, Ken Darst, Kirk Fleming, Randy Knudson.
1980 results (5-5)
NDSCS 12, NIACC 7
Iowa Central 33, NIACC 0
NIACC 17, Waldorf College 14 (OT)
NIACC 21, Iowa Lakes 7
Ellsworth 36, NIACC 26
NIACC 17, Iowa State Junior Varsity 14
Iowa Central 17, NIACC 14
NIACC 17, Waldorf College 16
NIACC 21, Iowa Lakes 6
Ellsworth 45, NIACC 17
MCJC/NIACC record vs. opponents through 1922-1989 seasons
(Football started at Mason City Junior College in 1922. From 1922-1965, the school was known as MCJC. The school became North Iowa Area Community College in the 1966 season. Individual season records not available for 1923, 1924, 1929, 1930. MCJC did not field teams from 1942-45 due to World War II. Only partial season available for 1959.)
vs. Albert Lea, Minn. 1-1
vs. Austin, Minn./Austin State 5-2-2
vs. Bethel, Minn. 3-0
vs. Britt 3-0
vs. Burlington 9-8
vs. Campion College 1-0
vs. Carleton College freshmen 1-0
vs. Centerville 3-9
vs. Des Moines Catholic JC 1-1
vs. Des Moines freshmen 1-1
vs. Drake JV 1-2
vs. Eagle Grove 4-0-1
vs. Ellsworth 11-33-1
vs. Emmetsburg 10-2
vs. Estherville/Iowa Lakes 37-20-1
vs. Fort Dodge/Iowa Central 26-38-5
vs. Graceland 0-3
vs. Grand Rapids, Mich. 1-1
vs. Grinnell 1-0
vs. Gustavus Adolphus freshmen 1-0
vs. Haskell Indian Nations 1-0
vs. Hibbing CC 1-1
vs. Highland CC 3-0-1
Iowa State "B" team/JV 2-5
vs. Iowa State Teachers College freshmen 2-1
vs. Illinois Valley 0-2
vs. Lennox College 1-0
vs. Luther/Luther B 7-4-1
vs. Mankato State JV/freshmen 5-2
vs. Marshalltown 11-2
vs. Nofolk, Neb. 4-1
vs. NDSCS 2-4
vs. Northeast Oklahoma 0-2
vs. North Hennepin 2-0
vs. Northern Iowa JV 0-1
vs. Northwest Missouri State JV 2-1
vs. Northwestern 5-2-1
vs. Peru State JV 1-0
vs. Pillsbury Baptist College 3-2
vs. Rochester, Minn./RCTC 10-7-2
vs. Sheldon 3-0-1
vs. Waldorf 32-34-1
vs. Wartburg/Wartburg B 8-0
vs. Washington 2-0
vs. Watertown, S.D. 1-0
vs. Waukon 6-0
vs. Wayne State JV 1-0
vs. Webster City 1-0
vs. Westmar JV 1-0
vs. Willmar College 2-1
vs. Worthington, Minn. 9-9-2
vs. Wright JC 1-0
NIACC/MCJC HIGHEST SCORING GAMES (1922-89)
NIACC 75, Norfolk, Neb. 14 (1967)
MCJC 69, Waldorf 0 (1932)
NIACC 62, Estherville 26 (1967)
MCJC 60, Emmetsburg 0 (1951)
MCJC 60, Waldorf 7 (1963)
NIACC 58, Highland CC 36 (1989)
NIACC 57, Pillsbury Baptist 0 (1975)
MCJC 54, Ellsworth 6 (1934)
MCJC 52, Wartburg B 7 (1949)
NIACC 52, Waldorf 0 (1967)
MCJC 50, Estherville 0 (1963)
NIACC 50, Iowa Lakes 35 (1988)
NIACC 48, Pillsbury Baptist 6 (1974)
NIACC 48, Haskell Indian Nations CC 14 (1989)
MCJC 47, Worthington, Minn. 13 (1965)
MCJC 46, Waldorf 0 (1925)
MCJC 46, Worthington, Minn. 13 (1962)
MCJC 45, Britt 0 (1927)
MCJC 45, Emmetsburg 0 (1953)
NIACC 44, Pillsbury Baptist 6 (1972)
MCJC 42, Centerville 0 (1963)
NIACC 42, Iowa Lakes 0 (1972)
NIACC 42, Mankato State JV 12 (1989)
NIACC 41, Marshalltown 6 (1969)
MCJC 40, Fort Dodge 13 (1952)
MCJC 40, Fort Dodge 0 (1963)
MCJC 40, Fort Dodge 0 (1964)
NIACC 40, Marshalltown 6 (1967)
NIACC 40, Marshalltown 13 (1976)
NIACC 40, Austin CC 0 (1987)
NIACC 40, NW Missouri State JV 35 (1987)