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Forty-eight teams will vie for the 2021 NCAA Division II Softball Championship as the field was announced by NCAA Division II Softball Committee on Sunday evening. Twenty-one conferences were awarded automatic qualifications, while the remaining 27 slots were filled with at-large selections to complete the bracket.

Six teams will participate at each of the eight regional sites in double-elimination tournaments, held May 19-22. The top two programs in each region earn a bye. Winners will advance to the finals, which will be held May 27-31 at Metropolitan State University of Denver's Assembly Athletic Complex.

2021 Regional Brackets

Atlantic Region at Kutztown, Pennsylvania
1.         *Kutztown (31-12)
2.         Shepherd (26-12)
3.         West Chester (30-14)
4.         East Stroudsburg (26-14)
5.         West Liberty (35-15)
6.         Claflin (8-1)
 
Central Region at Edmond, Oklahoma
1.         Augustana (South Dakota) (44-6)
2.         Minnesota State Mankato (38-8)
3.         *Central Oklahoma (35-12)
4.         Southern Arkansas (27-8)
5.         Central Missouri (36-12)
6.         Arkansas Tech (28-16-1)
 
East Region at Manchester, New Hampshire
1.         Georgian Court (35-4)
2.         *Saint Anselm (29-4)
3.         Adelphi (27-8)
4.         Molloy (29-14)
5.         New Haven (27-7)
6.         Bridgeport (22-7)
 
Midwest Region at Allendale, Michigan               
1.         *Grand Valley State (41-7)
2.         UIndy (43-6)
3.         Northwood (28-14)
4.         Trevecca Nazarene (26-12)
5.         Hillsdale (31-17)
6.         Ohio Dominican (28-16)
 
South Region at Valdosta, Georgia
1.         Auburn Montgomery (39-5)
2.         *Valdosta State (34-8)
3.         Alabama Huntsville (31-12)
4.         Rollins (19-2)
5.         West Florida (30-14)
6.         Mississippi College (20-19)
 
South Central Region at Commerce, Texas
1.         Oklahoma Christian (37-7)
2.         West Texas A&M (33-10)
3.         Angelo State (33-12)
4.         Colorado Mesa (38-3)
5.         *Texas A&M-Commerce (28-16)
6.         Texas A&M-Kingsville (23-12)
 
Southeast Region at Dahlonega, Georgia
1.         *North Georgia (37-5)
2.         Lincoln Memorial (36-6)
3.         Young Harris (31-10)
4.         Anderson (South Carolina) (29-11)
5.         Tusculum (22-17)
6.         Emmanuel (Georgia) (19-25)
 
West Region at Irvine, California
1.         *Concordia (California) (26-11)
2.         Biola (17-11)
3.         Northwest Nazarene (24-10)
4.         Western Washington (20-11)
5.         Hawaii Hilo (17-11)
6.         Central Washington (15-14)
 
In the 2019 championship, Augustana (South Dakota) was crowned champions after beating Texas A&M-Kingsville two games to one in a best-of-three series. There was no championship in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
 
-- Courtesy of the NCAA

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