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Brenden Welper | NCAA.com | May 16, 2021

Tracking every DII softball conference tournament for 2021

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The 2021 DII softball championship is May 27-31 in Denver. But there's some business that needs to be taken care of first: conferences must crown a champion. 

Teams that win their conference tournament will automatically qualify for regionals, which begin on Wednesday, May 19.

Only conferences that are holding a tournament are included in this list. You can follow each one in the table below. 

The complete schedule and champion from every DII softball conference tournament: 

Conference Tournament dates Final site Winner
CACC May 5-12 Highest remaining seed Georgian Court
Conference Carolinas April 22-26 Duncan, SC Emmanuel (GA)
ECC May 7-15 Highest remaining seed Bridgeport
GAC May 14-15 Bentonville, AR Arkansas Tech
GLIAC May 11-13 Sandusky, OH Grand Valley State
GLVC May 6-9 East Peoria, IL UIndy
G-MAC May 6-8 Findlay, OH Ohio Dominican
GNAC May 6-8 Monmouth, OR Western Washington
GSC May 6-9 Oxford, AL Auburn Montgomery
LSC May 13-15 Hosted by top seed West Texas A&M
MEC May 7-9 Salem, VA West Liberty
MIAA May 7-15 Edmond, OK Central Missouri
NE10 May 4-14 Highest remaining seed Saint Anselm
NSIC May 13-15 Rochester, MN Minnesota State
PBC May 8-15 Highest remaining seed North Georgia
PSAC May 5-15 Highest remaining seed West Chester
RMAC May 13-15 Grand Junction, CO Colorado Mesa
SAC April 23-25 Greenville, TN Tusculum 

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