MCC Conference History
SLUH is a member school of the Metro Catholic Conference (MCC). Since its formation in 1991, the MCC has been the athletic home of SLUH, De Smet, Vianney, CBC, and Chaminade - five of the largest all-male Catholic schools in St. Louis. The conference has offered Cross Country as an interscholastic activity since 1992, and SLUH has an unmatched tradition of success among its MCC brethren.
Each October, the five MCC member schools contest championship races over three levels: varsity, junior varsity, and freshmen. Though the results of this meet have no bearing on postseason qualifications or advancement, Conference is always a circled date and highlight on our season calendar. Each season, an important team goal for us is to win Conference on all three levels.
The 2010 team, owning SLUH's fastest average time at MCCs (16:19)