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NCAA.com | November 8, 2016

Division II Men's Soccer Championship field announced

DII Men's Soccer: 2016 Selection Show

INDIANAPOLIS —The NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Committee announced today the field of 38 teams for the 2016 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 November 10-13 on campus sites.  Third-round/quarterfinals will be held on campus sites and completed by November 20.  The semifinals and final will be played December 1 and 3 at Children’s Mercy Victory Field at Swope Soccer Village in Kansas City, Missouri, hosted by Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association and Kansas City Sports Commission.  In the 2015 championship, Pfeiffer became the first undefeated Division II men’s soccer champion in 16 years, claiming the program’s first national title with a 4-0 victory over Cal Poly Pomona.

Division II Men's Soccer Championship: Interactive bracket | Printable bracket

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

Atlantic Region

Charleston (West Virginia) (16-2-1) *

Mercyhurst (15-4-1)

Urbana (13-4-1) *

West Chester (11-4-3) 

Central Region

Fort Hays State (13-4-1) *

Lindenwood (Missouri) (13-3-2)

East Region

LIU Post (17-0-1) *

Adelphi (17-1-1) *

Le Moyne (14-4-2)

Franklin Pierce (12-5)

Merrimack (14-5)

Southern New Hampshire (11-4-2)

Midwest Region

Rockhurst (16-2-2) *

Tiffin (14-4-2)

Saginaw Valley (15-4-1) *

Southern Indiana (13-3-3)

Quincy (12-5-2)  

Drury (11-4-3)

South Region

Lynn (14-1-2) *

Palm Beach Atlantic (12-4-1) *

Florida Tech (10-4-1)

Tampa (11-4-3)

South Central Region

St. Edward’s (17-2-1) *

Midwestern State (16-3-1) *

Colorado Mesa (14-1-5)

Regis (Colorado) (14-4-1)

Southeast Region

Wingate (14-1) *

Pfeiffer (18-2) *

Tusculum (16-3)

Limestone (15-3)

Lander (14-3-1)

Lenoir-Rhyne (11-4-3)

West Region

Simon Fraser (14-1-2) *^

UC San Diego (16-2-2) *

Dixie State (15-3)

Sonoma State (10-4-5)

Cal Poly Pomona (12-5-2)

Western Washington (9-4-4)

*Denotes Host Site.

^Denotes Simon Fraser hosting at Seattle Pacific.

Links to selection criteria data for each region are listed below:

Atlantic | Central | East | Midwest | South | South Central | Southeast | West

 

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