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NCAA.com | October 22, 2013

Sites announced

The NCAA Division II Wrestling Committee has selected super regional sites for the 2014 Division II Wrestling Championships.

The committee selected Pittsburgh-Johnstown to host the 2014 East Super Regional at the Sport Center in Johnstown, Pa., on March 1-2, while Tiffin will host the Midwest Super Regional at the Heminger Center in Tiffin, Ohio, Feb. 28-March 1. The Central Super Regional will head to Edmond, Okla., at the Hamilton Fieldhouse hosted by Central Oklahoma on Feb. 28-March 1 and the West Super Regional will be hosted by Colorado Mesa, Feb. 28-March 1, at the Brownson Arena in Grand Junction, Colo.

"The committee is extremely pleased with the caliber of venues that will host the 2014 super regionals," said Mike Kirk, chair of the Division II Wrestling Committee and director of athletic media relations at Central Oklahoma. "The institutions are all fully engaged in hosting and there is no doubt that all of them will provide a tremendous experience for our student-athletes."

The top performers from the super regionals earn the right to compete at the 2014 NCAA Division II Wrestling Championships March 14-15 at Public Hall in Cleveland, Ohio. Ashland and the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission will serve as the host.

Last season, Nebraska-Kearney won its second consecutive national championship at the Winter Sports Festival in Birmingham, Ala.

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