INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division II Softball Committee has selected the 64 teams that will participate in the 2015 NCAA Division II Softball Championship. Four teams will participate at each of 16 regional sites in double-elimination tournaments. Regional competition will take place May 7-9 or May 8-10. Winners will advance to the super regionals May 15-16. The finals will be held May 21-25 at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and will be hosted by the University of Central Oklahoma and the Oklahoma City All Sports Association.

REGIONAL BRACKETS

Twenty-two conferences receive automatic qualification into the 2015 championship. Each conference and its automatic qualifier are listed below:

California Collegiate Athletic Association: California State University, Monterey Bay
Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference: Caldwell University
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association: Saint Augustine's University
Conference Carolinas: Limestone College
East Coast Conference: Queens College (New York)
Great American Conference: East Central University
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: Wayne State University (Michigan)
Great Lakes Valley Conference: University of Missouri-St. Louis
Great Northwest Athletic Conference: Montana State University Billings
Gulf South Conference: Shorter University
Heartland Conference: St. Mary's University (Texas)
Lone Star Conference: West Texas A&M University
Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association: University of Central Missouri
Northeast-10 Conference: Southern New Hampshire University
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: Winona State University
Pacific West Conference: Dixie State University
Peach Belt Conference: University of North Georgia
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference: California University of Pennsylvania
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference: Regis University (Colorado)
South Atlantic Conference: Catawba College
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: Tuskegee University
Sunshine State Conference: University of Tampa

In the 2014 championship, West Texas A&M University captured its first national championship title with a 3-2 victory against Valdosta State University.