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Sports sponsored by the MCC included baseball, football, men's basketball, track, and tennis.
The conference disbanded at the 1931 annual meeting. Detroit City College had tendered their resignation due their teams not being strong enough in all sports. The remaining members tried to recruit other colleges but were unsuccessful.
Michigan State Normal won the football championship from 1927 through 1930, sharing the championship with Western State Teachers College for a co-championship in 1929.
Western State Teachers College won the baseball championship four years and tied a fifth year.
Detroit City College won the men's basketball championship in 1927-1928, going 18-1 overall, with their sole loss to Manhattan College. Western State won men's basketball championships in 1930, 1931, and 1932.