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NCAA.com | May 8, 2014

SOFT: DII tournament field of 64 announced

DII Softball: 2014 Selection Show

INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division II Softball Committee has selected the 64 teams that will participate in the 2014 NCAA Division II Softball Championship. Four teams will participate at each of 16 regional sites in double-elimination tournaments. Regional competition will be held May 8-10 or May 9-11. Winners will advance to the super regionals May 16-17. The finals will be held May 22-26 at James I. Moyer Sports Complex in Salem, Virginia and will be hosted by the Mountain East Conference and the city of Salem.

In the 2013 championship, Central Oklahoma captured its first national championship title with a 5-2 victory against Kutztown.

Regional Brackets Interactive Bracket (Final Site)

Twenty-two conferences receive automatic qualification into the 2014 championship. Each conference and its automatic qualifier are listed below:

California Collegiate Athletic Association - Humboldt State

Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference – Wilmington (Del.)

Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association – Winston-Salem State

Conference Carolinas – Mount Olive

East Coast Conference – LIU Post

Great American Conference – Southern Arkansas

Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference – Wayne State (Mich.)

Great Lakes Valley Conference – Missouri-St. Louis

Great Northwest Athletic Conference – Western Oregon

Gulf South Conference – Valdosta State

Heartland Conference – St. Mary’s (Texas)

Lone Star Conference – Angelo State

Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association – Missouri Western State

Northeast-10 Conference – Southern New Hampshire

Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference – Winona State

Pacific West Conference – Dixie State

Peach Belt Conference – North Georgia

Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference – California (Pa.)

Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference – Metro State

South Atlantic Conference – Anderson (S.C.)

Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference – Tuskegee

Sunshine State Conference – Tampa

SITES/PAIRINGS:

*Denotes host institution

Atlantic 1 Regional at Brownsville, Pennsylvania

1. California (Pa.)*  35-5

2. West Chester 35-18

3. Bloomsburg 27-17

4. Winston-Salem 28-11



Atlantic 2 Regional at Shippensburg, Pennsylvania

1. West Virginia Wesleyan 40-11

2. Shippensburg* 34-15

3. Indiana (Pa.) 32-15

4. Mansfield 23-17

Central 1 Regional at Winona, Minnesota

1. Winona State* 44-7

2. Augustana (S.D.) 43-13

3. Missouri Western State 38-16

4. Southern Arkansas 36-24

Central 2 Regional at Mankato, Minnesota

1. Minnesota State Mankato* 43-11

2. Emporia State 46-12

3. Central Oklahoma 40-15

4. Southeastern Oklahoma 38-17

East 1 Regional at West Haven, Connecticut

1. LIU Post 43-8

2. New Haven* 29-15

3. Southern New Hampshire 28-13

4. Wilmington (Del.) 28-24

East 2 Regional at Garden City, New York

1. Caldwell 41-7

2. Adelphi* 27-17

3. Queens (N.Y.) 31-18-1

4. Georgian Court 31-21

Midwest 1 Regional at St. Louis, Missouri

1. Missouri-St. Louis* 43-5

2. Truman 40-11

3. Ohio Dominican 29-26

4. Bellarmine 37-15

Midwest 2 Regional at Detroit, Michigan

1. Wayne State (Mich.)* 40-9

2. Indianapolis 42-11

3. Grand Valley State 29-12

4. Ashland 27-18

South 1 Regional at Huntsville, Alabama

1. Alabama Huntsville* 43-9

2. Rollins 37-11

3. North Alabama 38-16

4. Tuskegee 29-14

South 2 Regional at Tampa, Florida

1. Tampa* 26-5

2. Valdosta State 40-13

3. Palm Beach Atlantic 26-12

4. Delta State 30-29

South Central 1 Regional at Canyon, Texas

1. West Texas A&M* 51-5

2. Texas Woman’s 34-17

3. Metro State 32-15

4. Midwestern State  28-22

South Central 2 Regional at San Angelo, Texas

1. Angelo State* 39-14

2. St. Mary's (Texas) 42-12

3. Cameron 28-19

4. St. Edward’s 29-23

Southeast 1 Regional at Dahlonega, Georgia

1. North Georgia * 43-9

2. Wingate 36-18

3. Lenoir-Rhyne 39-13

4. Mount Olive 24-24

Southeast 2 Regional at Anderson, South Carolina

1. Anderson (S.C.)* 40-10

2. Armstrong Atlantic 30-12

3. South Carolina Aiken 32-14

4. Georgia College 37-15



West 1 Regional at Seaside, California

1. Cal State Monterey Bay* 45-8

2. California Baptist 41-11

3. Sonoma State 37-20

4. Western Oregon 33-21

West 2 Regional at St. George, Utah

1. Dixie State* 43-8

2. Humboldt State 44-13

3. UC San Diego 33-16

4. Central Washington 28-17

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