INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division II Football Committee announced Sunday the field of 24 teams for the 2011 NCAA Division II Football Championship.  

2011 Division II Championship
Interactive Bracket
Printable Bracket
Championship Information

Eight first-round games will be conducted on the campus of one of the competing institutions.  In addition, two teams per super regional have earned first-round byes. The first-round winners will all advance to face a bye team in their super regional in the second round on the campus of one of the competing institutions.  Second-round winners will meet in the quarterfinals at various campus sites. Quarterfinal winners will advance to play in the semifinals on the campus of one of the competing institutions. Six teams selected per super regional make up the field of 24 teams.  

First-Round Action
Dates, sites and pairings
Nov. 19 at Livingston, Ala.
North Alabama (8-2) at West Alabama (8-3)
 
Nov. 19 at Tigerville, S.C.
Albany State (Georgia) (8-3) at North Greenville (9-2)
 
Nov. 19 at St. Joseph, Mo.
Northwest Missouri State (9-2) at Missouri Western State (9-2)
 
Nov. 19 at Topeka, Kan.
Abilene Christian (8-2) at Washburn (9-2)
 
Nov. 19 at California, Pa.
Elizabeth City State (8-3) at California (Pa.) (9-2)
 
Nov. 19 at Kutztown, Pa.
Concord (7-3) at Kutztown (10-1)
 
Nov. 19 at Duluth, Minn.
Saginaw Valley State (7-3) at Minnesota-Duluth (9-2)
 
Nov. 19 at St. Cloud, Minn.
Wayne State (Michigan) (8-3) at St. Cloud State (9-2)
Schools Receiving First-Round Byes
Super Regional/School Super Regional/School
Super Regional One Super Regional Two
Winston-Salem State (11-0) Delta State (9-2)
New Haven (10-1) Mars Hill (8-2)
   
Super Regional Three Super Regional Four
Colorado State-Pueblo (11-0) Midwestern State (10-0)
Nebraska-Kearney (10-1) Pittsburg State (9-1)
   

Institutions earning first-round byes in each super regional will host a second-round game on Nov. 26, 2011. 

All contests shall start at noon local time. Other times may be established if approved by the committee.

Minnesota-Duluth defeated Delta State in the 2010 national championship game to claim last year’s NCAA title.

The championship game will be played Dec.17, at 11 a.m. ET at Braly Municipal Stadium in Florence, Ala., and will be broadcast live on ESPN2 HD/ESPN3.com. 

Championship Appearances
School *Appearances (Last) Wins Losses *Championships
Abilene Christian 6 (2010) 3 5 0
Albany State 13 (2010) 3 12 0
California (Pa.) 5 (2010) 5 4 0
Colorado State-Pueblo First      
Concord First      
Delta State 7 (2010) 12 5 1
Elizabeth City State 3 (2006) 0 2 0
Kutztown 2 (2010) 0 1 0
Mars Hill First      
Midwestern State 4 (2009) 1 3 0
Minnesota-Duluth 6 (2010) 9 3 2
Missouri Western 3 (2010) 0 2 0
Nebraska-Kearney 4 (2009) 1 3 0
New Haven 5 (1997) 7 4 0
North Alabama 17 (2010) 28 13 3
North Greenville First      
Northwest Missouri State 16 (2010) 32 12 3
Pittsburg State 17 (2008) 20 15 1
Saginaw Valley State 7 (2009) 4 6 0
St. Cloud State 4 (2010) 2 3 0
Washburn 3 (2007) 0 2 0
Wayne State (Mich.) First      
West Alabama 3 (2009) 2 2 0
Winston-Salem State 6 (1991) 1 5 0
*Division II only