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NCAA Division II Regional Field Announced

INDIANAPOLIS---The NCAA Division II Women's Softball Committee has selected the 48 teams that will participate in the NCAA Division II Women's Softball Regional Championships. 

Six teams will participate at each of eight, on-campus regional sites in double-elimination tournaments to determine the final eight participants. Regional competition will be held May 11-15. Winners will advance to the finals to be held May 19-23, at the James I Moyer Softball Complex in Salem, Virginia. 

A list of teams by region follows. 

SITES/PAIRINGS: 
*Host Institution 

Great Lakes Region at Highland Heights, Kentucky 
1.*Northern Kentucky 50-0-0 
2. Southern Illinois Edwardsville 40-13-0 
3. West Virginia Wesleyan 41-16-0 
4. Ferris State 30-18-0 
5. Northwood 31-12-0 
6. Gannon 32-16-0 

Mid-Atlantic Region at Shippensburg, Pennsylvania 
1. *Shippensburg 40-3-0 
2. Lock Haven 33-8-0 
3. Bloomsburg 39-8-0 
4. Indiana (Pennsylvania) 22-15-0 
5. Kutztown 27-22-0 
6. Elizabeth City State 16-10-0 

North Central Region at Emporia, Kansas 
1. *Emporia State 52-11-0 
2. Concordia-St. Paul 41-13-0 
3. Missouri Western State 47-18-0 
4. Truman 34-21-0 
5. Nebraska-Omaha 34-21-1 
6. Winona State 39-14-0 

Northeast Region at Syracuse, New York 
1. C.W. Post 37-11-0 
2. Caldwell 39-9-0 
3. *Le Moyne 37-8-0 
4. Dowling 32-18-0 
5. Bryant 29-15-0 
6. New Haven 29-15-0 

South Region at Huntsville, Alabama 
1. West Florida 58-4-0 
2. *Alabama-Huntsville 51-14-0 
3. Lynn 46-7-0 
4. Florida Southern 36-9-0 
5. Saint Leo 35-15-0 
6. Albany State (Georgia) 30-25-0 

South Atlantic Region at Kennesaw, Georgia 
1. *Kennesaw State 48-10-0 
2. North Florida 39-10-0 
3. South Carolina-Upstate 43-13-0 
4. Carson-Newman 39-9-0 
5. Columbus State 33-12-0 
6. Coker 31-15-0 

South Central at San Antonio, Texas 
1. *St. Mary's (Texas) 45-9-0 
2. Central Oklahoma 39-12-0 
3. Angelo State 43-14-0 
4. Midwestern State 38-19-0 
5. Regis (Colorado) 37-9-0 
6. Abilene Christian 30-20-0 

West Region at Carson, California 
1. Humboldt State 60-4-0 
2. *Cal State Dominguez Hills 45-10-0 
3. Montana State-Billings 34-12-0 
4. San Francisco State 36-18-0 
5. Hawaii-Hilo 31-9-0 
6. Cal State Chico 30-14-0 


In 2004, Angelo State University claimed the national championship with a 7-3 victory over Florida Southern College in Altamonte Springs, Florida.