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Brenden Welper | NCAA.com | March 7, 2021

Tracking every 2021 DII women's basketball conference tournament

Minnesota Duluth Athletics Minnesota Duluth women's basketball Minnesota Duluth won its second NSIC tournament championship in the last three years by defeating St. Cloud State, 67-55, on Sunday, Feb. 28.

While the 2021 DII women's basketball tournament will be played, it'll certainly look different. The bracket will consist of 48 teams instead of the usual 64. 

Teams that win their conference tournament receive an automatic bid to the DII women's basketball championship. NCAA.com is tracking every conference tournament. You can follow each one in the table below.

Note that eight of the 23 conferences are not represented in the table. That's because they canceled their respective tournaments. Those eight are the CCAA, CIAA, GNAC, NE10, PacWest, PSAC, SIAC and SSC.

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The complete schedule and champion from every DII women's basketball conference tournament: 

CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT DATES FINAL SITE WINNER
CACC March 3-6 Highest remaining seed Dominican (NY)
Conference Carolinas March 1-7 Highest remaining seed Belmont Abbey
ECC March 3-6 Highest remaining seed Roberts Wesleyan 
GAC March 1-7  Highest remaining seed Southern Nazarene
GLIAC March 2-7 Hammond, IN Michigan Tech
GLVC March 3-7 Highest remaining seed Drury
G-MAC March 2-6 Highest remaining seed Tiffin
GSC March 2-7 Montgomery, AL Union (TN)
LSC March 2-6 Highest remaining seed Lubbock Christian
MEC March 1-7 Wheeling, WV Charleston (WV)
MIAA March 3-7 Highest remaining seed Nebraska-Kearney
NSIC Feb. 25-28 Sioux Falls, SD Minnesota Duluth
PBC March 4-7 Highest remaining seed North Georgia
RMAC March 2-6 Highest remaining seed Black Hills State*
SAC Feb. 27 - March 7 Highest remaining seed Tusculum
*The RMAC championship game between Colorado School of Mines and Black Hills State was canceled due to COVID-19 protocols. It was a declared a no contest, and Black Hills State received the conference's automatic bid to the tournament.

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