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NCAA.com | March 8, 2015

Division II championship field of 64 revealed

DII Women's Basketball: 2015 Selection Show

INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Committee announced on Sunday the field of 64 teams for the 2015 NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Championship.

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

All eight teams within the region will travel to one site for first-round, semifinal and final competition at the regional level. First-round games will be played March 13, semifinal games March 14 and the regional championship will be played March 16. The regional champions will advance to the NCAA Women’s Elite Eight March 24, 25 and 27 at Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference and Sioux Falls Sports Authority will host the Elite Eight.

Bracket: Interactive Printable

DIVISION II WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES

SCHOOL APPEARANCES * LAST RECORD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Adelphi 5 2014 2-3 --
Alaska-Anchorage 13 2014 16-12 --
Albany State 7 2014 2-6 --
Anderson (S.C.) 9 2013 6-8 --
Arkansas-Fort Smith First -- -- --
Arkansas Tech 12 2013 19-11 --
Ashland 5 2013 12-3 1 (2013)
Benedict 5 2014 0-4 --
Bloomsburg 10 2014 8-9 --
California Baptist First -- -- --
California (Pa.) 12 2013 22-10 1 (2004)
Cal Poly Pomona 25 2014 55-19 5 (1982, 1985-86, 2001-02)
Cal State Dominguez Hills 7 2014 1-6 --
Cameron 2 2002 1-1 --
Carson-Newman 7 2010 3-6 --
Catawba 5 2012 0-4 --
Cedarville First -- -- --
Colorado Christian 2 2011 0-1 --
Colorado-Colorado Springs First -- -- --
Colorado Mesa 3 2014 5-3 --
Colorado State-Pueblo 7 2014 1-6 --
Columbus State 8 2014 9-7 --
District of Columbia 7 2014 2-6 --
Drury 12 2014 20-11 --
Eckerd First -- -- --
Emporia State 17 2014 32-15 1 (2010)
Fort Hays State 2 2005 0-1 --
Franklin Pierce 11 2013 14-10 --
Gannon 11 2014 13-10 --
Harding 2 2014 0-1 --
Hawaii Pacific 2 2010 0-1 --
Holy Family 11 2013 11-10 --
Humboldt State 5 2010 2-4 --
Indiana (Pa.) 9 2013 7-8 --
Kentucky State 3 2008 1-2 --
Lander 9 2012 8-8 --
Lewis 10 2014 3-9 --
Limestone 4 2014 5-3 --
Michigan Tech 18 2013 22-17 --
Midwestern State 5 2014 2-4 --
Minnesota State-Mankato 6 2013 9-4 1 (2009)
Newberry 5 2010 0-4 --
New Haven 9 2014 7-7 1 (1987)
Northern State 7 2014 4-6 --
Nova Southeastern 4 2014 7-3 --
Philadelphia 8 2009 3-7 --
Pittsburg State 8 2014 3-7 --
Point Loma First -- -- --
Queens (N.Y.) 2 2009 0-1 --
Rollins 15 2014 10-14 --
Seattle Pacific 17 2011 25-16 --
Shepherd 2 2008 2-1 --
Southern Indiana 9 2010 8-8 --
Stonehill 23 2014 20-23 --
Union (Tenn.) First -- -- --
Virginia State 8 2014 3-7 --
Wayne State (Mich.) 4 2014 7-3 --
Wayne State (Neb.) 7 2014 6-6 --
West Chester 5 2012 1-4 --
West Florida 4 2014 2-3 --
West Liberty 13 2014 2-12 --
West Texas A&M 21 2014 27-20 --
Wingate 14 2014 16-13 --
Wisconsin-Parkside 6 2013 5-5 --
* -- Includes 2015

 

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