INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division II Softball Committee has selected the 64 teams that will participate in the 2011 NCAA Division II Softball Championship. 

Four teams will participate at each of 16 regional sites in double-elimination tournaments.  Regional competition will be held May 13-15.  Winners will advance to the super regionals May 20-21.  The finals will be held May 26-30 at James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Va., and will be hosted by the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and the City of Salem.

Conferences and Teams Receiving Automatic Qualification (22)
Conference School
California Collegiate Athletic Association Sonoma State
Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Dominican (N.Y.)
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Winston-Salem State
Conference Carolinas Erskine 
East Coast Conference Molloy 
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tiffin 
Great Lakes Valley Conference Lewis 
Great Northwest Athletic Conference Central Washington
Gulf South Conference Valdosta State
Heartland Conference Texas A&M International 
Lone Star Conference West Texas A&M 
Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association University of Nebraska Omaha
Northeast-10 Conference Southern Connecticut State 
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Augustana (S.D.)
Pacific West Conference Hawaii Pacific 
Peach Belt Conference North Georgia College & State 
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Regis (Colo.)
South Atlantic Conference Lenoir-Rhyne 
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Fort Valley State
Sunshine State Conference Rollins 
West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference West Virginia Wesleyan 

In the 2010 championship, Hawaii Pacific captured its first national championship title with a 4-3 victory against Valdosta State.

Sites/Pairings
Region/Rank Location/School Record
Atlantic 1 Regional Indiana, Pa.  
1 Indiana (Pa.)* 33-6
2 California (Pa.) 28-12
3 Kutztown 39-14
4 Winston-Salem 29-11
     
Atlantic 2 Regional Bloomsburg, Pa.  
1 Bloomsburg* 30-7
2 West Virginia Wesleyan 46-6
3 Lock Haven 25-12
4 Shippensburg 28-13
     
Central 1 Regional Sioux Falls, S.D.  
1 Augustana (SD)* 45-8
2 Minnesota-Duluth 31-15
3 Colorado Mines 36-22
4 Regis (Colo.) 36-22
     
Central 2 Regional Mankato, Minn.  
1 Minnesota State Mankato* 48-12
2 Wayne State (Neb.) 36-15
3 Winona State 34-11
4 Metro State 34-16
     
East 1 Regional Shirley, N.Y.  
1 Dowling* 42-5
2 Southern Connecticut State 32-19
3 Dominican (N.Y.) 34-16
4 Merrimack 28-20
     
East 2 Regional Brookville, N.Y.  
1 C.W. Post* 36-14
2 Molloy 41-12
3 Caldwell 30-23
4 New Haven 34-17
     
Midwest 1 Regional Allendale, Mich.  
1 Tiffin 39-12
2 Grand Valley State* 38-14
3 Quincy 33-16
4 Lewis 34-12
     
Midwest 2 Regional University Center, Mich.  
1 Indianapolis 34-12-1
2 Saginaw Valley* 35-16
3 Northern Ky. 32-23
4 Ashland 32-17
     
South 1 Regional Huntsville, Ala.  
1 Alabama-Huntsville* 40-4-1
2 Valdosta State 39-9
3 Barry 33-12
4 Fort Valley State 24-18
     
South 2 Regional Winter Park, Fla.  
1 Rollins* 45-2
2 Tampa 38-7
3 Arkansas-Monticello 43-14
4 West Alabama 34-16
     
Southeast 1 Regional Dahlonega, Ga.  
1 North Georgia* 47-9
2 Flagler 40-16
3 Augusta State 34-18
4 Erskine 24-15-1
     
Southeast 2 Regional Hickory, N.C.  
1 Lenoir-Rhyne* 41-8
2 Armstrong Atlantic 30-12
3 Carson-Newman 39-15-1
4 S.C. Aiken 26-16
     
South Central 1 Regional Wichita Falls, Texas  
1 Midwestern State* 47-10
2 Angelo State 42-12
3 Emporia State 41-14
4 Texas A&M International 32-27
     
South Central 2 Regional Canyon, Texas  
1 West Texas A&M* 44-15
2 Nebraska Omaha 45-9
3 Missouri Western State 40-13
4 St. Mary's (Texas) 35-19
     
West 1 Regional Chico, Calif.  
1 UC San Diego 36-13
2 Cal State Chico* 29-17
3 Western Washington 36-14
4 Central Washington 33-14
     
West 2 Regional Kaneohe, Hawaii  
1 Hawaii Pacific* 37-10
2 Sonoma State 36-20
3 Dixie State 33-12
4 Cal State San Bernardino 32-22
     
*Denotes host institution