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NCAA.com | November 10, 2014

Field of 35 contenders announced for 2014 DII Men's Soccer Championship

DII Men's Soccer: 2014 Selection Show

INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Committee announced Monday the field of 35 teams for the 2014 Division II Men’s Soccer Championship.

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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. 13-16 on campus sites. Third-round/quarterfinals will be held on campus sites and completed by Nov. 23.

The semifinals and final will be played Dec. 4 and 6 at Owsley B. Frazier Stadium in Louisville, Kentucky, as a part of the 2014 Division II National Championship Fall Festival. The festival is hosted by Bellarmine and the Louisville Sports Commission.

The teams selected to the championship from each region are as follows in rank order (* denotes host site):

Atlantic Region
1.         Charleston (WVa.) (18-0-1) *
2.         Mercyhurst  (18-2-0) *
3.         Notre Dame (Ohio)  (10-5-2)
4.         Bloomsburg  (13-5-2)

Central Region
1.         Northeastern State  (16-3-1) *
2.         Fort Hays State  (11-5-3)

East Region
1.         Southern New Hampshire  (17-1-1) *
2.         Southern Connecticut State  (15-4-0) *
3.         Merrimack  (13-4-2)
4.         NYIT  (14-2-1)
5.         LIU Post  (14-4-1)
6.         Philadelphia U.  (16-4-1)

Midwest Region
1.         Quincy  (18-1-2) *
2.         Northwood (Mich.)  (13-3-1) *
3.         Saginaw Valley (12-4-2)
4.         Drury  (15-4-0)
5.         Tiffin  (12-4-1) 

South Region
1.         Lynn (15-1-1)
2.         Christian Brothers  (12-3-0) *
3.         Saint Leo  (10-3-3)

South Central  Region
1.         St. Edward’s  (16-2-1)
2.         Colorado Mesa  (15-3-1) *
3.         Midwestern State (12-3-2)

Southeast Region
1.         Young Harris  (17-0-1) *
2.         Limestone (15-2-1) *
3.         Wingate (13-4-1)
4.         S.C. Aiken  (14-5-1)
5.         Pfeiffer  (16-4-1)
6.         Barton  (13-6-0)

West Region
1.         Seattle Pacific  (15-1-2)*
2.         Azusa Pacific  (14-2-0)*
3.         Cal State L.A.  (13-3-1)
4.         Northwest Nazarene  (14-3-1)
5.         Simon Fraser  (11-4-2)
6.         UC San Diego  (9-4-5)

DIVISION II MEN'S SOCCER TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES

SCHOOL APPEARANCES * LAST RECORD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Azusa Pacific First -- -- --
Barton First -- -- --
Bloomsburg 2 1978 0-1-0 --
Cal State Los Angeles 10 2013 6-7-5 --
UC San Diego 3 2013 0-1-2 --
Charleston (W.Va.) 5 2012 5-4-0 --
Christian Brothers 3 2011 0-2-0 --
Colorado Mesa First -- -- --
Drury 3 2012 1-2-0 --
Fort Hays State 3 2013 0-2-0 --
Limestone 4 2013 1-3-1 --
LIU Post 9 2013 4-7-1 --
Lynn 14 2012 23-11-0 2 (2003, 2012)
Mercyhurst 14 2013 11-11-2 --
Merrimack 2 2012 1-1-0 --
Midwestern State 10 2013 12-7-3 --
NYIT 7 2013 4-5-2 --
Northeastern State 4 2012 1-3-0 --
Northwest Nazarene First -- -- --
Northwood (Mich.) 2 2011 0-1-0 --
Notre Dame (Ohio) 3 2013 1-2-0 --
Pfeiffer First -- -- --
Philadelphia 2 1972 0-1-0 --
Quincy 4 2012 0-2-1 --
Saginaw Valley 3 2012 3-2-1 --
St. Edward's 2 1999 0-0-1 --
Saint Leo 3 2013 0-1-1 --
Seattle Pacific 33 2013 41-24-5 5 (1978, 1983, 1985-86, 1993)
Simon Fraser 3 2013 6-2-1 --
South Carolina-Aiken First -- -- --
Southern Connecticut State 31 2010 44-22-7 6 (1987, 1989-90, 1992, 1995, 1998-99)
Southern New Hampshire 20 2013 19-15-4 2 (1989, 2013)
Tiffin 2 2013 0-0-1 --
Wingate 6 2012 4-5-0 --
Young Harris First -- -- --
* -- Includes 2014.

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