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NJCAA National Football Championship

National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) national football champions:

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Bowl gamesEdit

Year Bowl Game Winning Team Losing Team Score
1954 Junior Rose Bowl Hinds Junior College (1) El Camino Junior College 13-7
1956 National Bowl Coffeyville Junior College (1) Grand Rapids Junior College 46-6
1957 Junior Rose Bowl Texarkana Junior College (1) Fairbury Junior College 56-0
1958 Boise Junior College (1) Tyler Junior College 22-0
1959 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (1) Texarkana Junior College 10-7
1964 Phoenix College (1) Oklahoma Military Academy 41-13
1965 Ferrum Junior College (1) McCook Community College 16-0
1966 Kilgore Junior College (1) Ferrum Junior College 28-7
1967 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (2) Lees-McRae College 35-13
1968 Ferrum Junior College (2) Phoenix College 41-19
1969 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (3) Arizona Western College 20-6
1970 Fort Scott Junior College (1) Mesa Community College 41-20
1971 Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College (1) Fort Scott Junior College 22-13
1972 El Toro Bowl Arizona Western College (1) Fort Scott Junior College 36-8
1973 El Toro Bowl Mesa Community College (1) Iowa Central Community College 10-6
1975 Wool Bowl Mesa Community College (2) Indian Hills Community College 8-7
1989 Mid-America Bowl Navarro College (1) Ellsworth Community College 41-17
1990 Mid-America Bowl Coffeyville Community College (2) Montgomery College 58-20
1991 Mid-America Bowl Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (4) Northwest Mississippi Community College 49-21
1992 Mid-America Bowl Northwest Mississippi Community College (1) Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College 34-0
1993 Mississippi Delta Community College (1) Nassau Community College 20-16
1994 Texas Juco Shrine Bowl Trinity Valley Community College (1) Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College 24-17
1997 Red River Bowl Trinity Valley Community College (2) Garden City Community College 48-13
2005 Valley of the Sun Bowl Glendale Community College (1) Grand Rapids Community College 50-48 [1]
2006 Pilgrim's Pride Bowl Classic Blinn College (1) Pearl River Community College 19-6 [2]
2007 Top of the Mountains Bowl Butler Community College (1) Snow College 56-27
2008 Top of the Mountains Bowl Butler Community College (2) Snow College 37-30 (2OT) [3]
2009 Citizens Bank Bowl Blinn College (2) Fort Scott Community College 31-26 [4]
2010 Citizens Bank Bowl Navarro College (2) Butler Community College 13-12
2011 El Toro Bowl East Mississippi Community College (1) Arizona Western College 55-47 [5]
2012 Graphic Edge Bowl Iowa Western Community College (1) Butler Community College 27-7 [6]
2013 Mississippi Bowl East Mississippi Community College (2) Georgia Military College 52-32 [7]
2014 Mississippi Bowl East Mississippi Community College (3) Iowa Western Community College 34-17
2015 Mississippi Bowl Northwest Mississippi Community College (2) Rochester Community and Technical College 66-13 [8]
2016 El Toro Bowl Garden City Community College (1) Arizona Western College 25–22 [9]
2017 Mississippi Bowl East Mississippi Community College (4) Arizona Western College 31-28 [10]
2018 East Mississippi Community College (1) Garden City Community College (2) 10-9 [11]

Most National ChampionshipsEdit

Wins College
6 Butler Community College
6 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College
5 East Mississippi Community College
4 Blinn College
4 Ferrum College
3 Coffeyville Community College
3 Glendale Community College
3 Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College
3 Northwest Mississippi Community College
2 Kilgore College
2 Mesa Community College
2 Navarro College
2 Trinity Valley Community College
1 Arizona Western College
1 Boise Junior College
1 Bakersfield Community College
1 Cameron State Agricultural College
1 Ellsworth Community College
1 Fort Scott Community College
1 Garden City Community College
1 Georgia Military College
1 Hinds Junior College
1 Iowa Western Community College
1 Joliet Junior College
1 Mississippi Delta Community College
1 Pearl River Community College
1 Phoenix College
1 Ranger College
1 Snow College
1 Texarkana College
1 Tyler Junior College

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