Concordia-St. Paul earns seventh consecutive national title with sweep
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Concordia-St. Paul (35-3) claimed its record-setting seventh consecutive NCAA Division II Volleyball National Championship on Saturday night, defeating No. 4 BYU-Hawaii (29-2) in consecutive sets (25-15, 25-14, 25-20) at the US Cellular Center.
|Division II Volleyball Championship|
|Concordia-St. Paul 3, BYU-Hawaii 0|
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|Concordia-St. Paul 3, Wheeling Jesuit 0: Recap|
|BYU-Hawaii 3, West Texas A&M 2: Recap|
|Brackets: Interactive Printable|
The seven total titles are more than any other DII program, with the next closest being Portland State (4) while Barry and West Texas A&M each have three titles.
The win improves Concordia's NCAA tournament win streak to 42 consecutive matches, as its all-time NCAA tournament record improves to 52-4 in 11 appearances. Concordia now holds a 7-1 record in national championship games.