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NCAA.com | November 14, 2013

Lindenwood heads DII Men's Soccer Championship field

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INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Committee announced Monday the field of 35 teams for the 2013 Division II Men’s Soccer Championship.

Two to six teams were selected from each of the eight regions. Teams from the same region will be paired for first- and/or second-round competition, which will be conducted Nov. 14-17 on campus sites. Third-round / quarterfinals will be held on campus sites and completed by Nov. 24. The semifinals and final will be played Dec. 5 and 7 at Blanchard Woods Park in Evans, Ga., hosted by the Peach Belt Conference.

The teams selected to the championship from each region in rank order:

Atlantic Region
1. Slippery Rock (13-3-3) *
2. Notre Dame (Ohio) (15-3-0) *
3. Mercyhurst (15-5-0)
4. Millersville (12-5-2)

Central Region
1. Lindenwood (18-0-2)
2. Fort Hays State (12-4-3)

East Region
1. LIU-Post (17-1-2) *
2. Southern New Hampshire (18-1-0) *
3. Post (15-2-2)    
4. Dowling (11-4-3)
5. NYIT (13-4-0)
6. Wilmington (Del.) (12-5-2)

Midwest Region
1. Ohio Dominican (12-2-4) *
2. Tiffin (11-3-3) *
3. Rockhurst (15-3-2)
4. Indianapolis (15-3-2)
5. Lewis (12-2-4)

South Region
1. Rollins (16-2-0)
2. Saint Leo (13-2-1) *
3. West Florida (14-4-1)

South Central  Region
1. Regis (Colo.) (13-3-1)
2. Midwestern State (11-3-2) *
3. Colorado School of Mines (11-6-1)

Southeast Region
1. Limestone (15-3-0) *
2. Queens (N.C.) (16-3-0)
3.  Lander (10-5-1) *
4. Carson-Newman (12-5-0)
5. Anderson (S.C.) (12-6-3)
6. Flagler (9-6-3)

West Region
1. Cal State L.A. (14-1-5) *
2. UC San Diego (14-3-3) *
3. Cal State Chico (13-4-2)
4. Simon Fraser (15-2-1)
5. California Baptist (10-6-1)
6. Seattle Pacific (12-3-3)

* -- Host site

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