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NCAA.com | March 8, 2015

Field announced for Division II championship

DII Men's Basketball: 2015 Selection Show

INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Committee announced today the field of 64 teams that will compete in the 2015 NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Championship.

Twenty-two conferences have been awarded automatic qualification. The remaining 42 teams were selected at large by the committee.

Seven of the regional tournaments, consisting of eight teams each, will be conducted March 14, 15 and 17 at regional sites. The West regional will be conducted March 13, 14 and 16. The eight regional champions will advance to the quarterfinals in conjunction with the 2015 NCAA Division II Men’s Elite Eight at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana.

Central Missouri defeated West Liberty, 84-77, to win the 2014 NCAA Division II Men’s Elite Eight championship game in Evansville, Indiana.

Bracket: Interactive Printable

DIVISION II MEN'S BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES

SCHOOL APPEARANCES * LAST RECORD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Alabama-Huntsville 8 2013 9-7 --
American International 10 2011 7-12 --
Angelo State 5 2009 1-5 --
Arkansas Tech 7 2014 5-6 --
Augustana (S.D.) 12 2013 9-14 --
Azusa Pacific First -- -- --
Barry 5 2014 1-4 --
Bellarmine 16 2014 21-17 1 (2011)
Benedict 10 2013 3-10 --
Bridgeport 21 2014 26-22 --
BYU-Hawaii 11 2011 12-10 --
California Baptist 2 2014 0-1 --
Cal Poly Pomona 11 2013 22-9 1 (2010)
Carson-Newman 3 2014 1-2 --
Central Missouri 23 2014 36-21 2 (1984, 2014)
Chico State 12 2014 5-16 --
Colorado-Colorado Springs First -- -- --
Colorado Mines 5 2014 4-4 --
Columbus State 11 2012 8-11 --
Dixie State 6 2014 4-5 --
Drury 10 2014 12-8 1 (2013)
Fairmont State 7 2013 5-6 --
Ferris State 10 2011 9-10 --
Florida Southern 29 2014 38-30 1 (1981)
Gannon 24 2014 19-28 --
GRU Augusta 10 2014 17-10 --
Glenville State 2 2014 0-1 --
Indiana (Pa.) 14 2014 24-13 --
Indianapolis 10 2014 3-9 --
Lake Superior State 4 2014 2-3 --
Lewis 14 2012 6-15 --
Lincoln Memorial 5 2014 3-4 --
Livingstone 3 2014 0-2 --
Lynn 5 2005 9-4 --
Mercyhurst First -- -- --
Metro State 19 2014 42-16 2 (2000, 2002)
Michigan Tech 9 2014 8-8 --
Midwestern State 10 2014 15-9 --
Minnesota State-Mankato 12 2014 15-11 --
Minnesota State-Moorhead 3 2012 2-2 --
Montevallo 10 2014 20-9 --
Mount Olive 7 2010 4-6 --
UNC Pembroke 3 2013 0-2 --
North Greenville First -- -- --
Northern State 10 2009 7-9 --
Northwest Missouri State 15 2014 13-17 --
Philadelphia 34 2014 33-37 1 (1970)
Pittsburg State 6 2007 4-5 --
St. Anselm 18 2014 12-20 --
St. Mary's (Texas) 9 2014 2-8 --
Univ. of the Sciences First -- -- --
Seattle Pacific 25 2014 29-24 --
Slippery Rock 5 2013 2-5 --
Southern Connecticut State 6 2014 6-6 --
Southern New Hampshire 18 2013 23-17 --
Stonehill 13 2012 13-15 --
Tarleton State 12 2014 15-11 --
Texas A&M-Commerce 5 2005 5-4 --
Union (Tenn.) 3 1968 1-3 --
West Alabama 4 2014 2-3 --
West Georgia 15 2012 10-15 --
West Liberty 7 2014 18-6 --
Western Oregon First -- -- --
Wisconsin-Parkside 4 2014 0-3 --
* -- Includes 2015

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