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NCAA Division III National Tournament Field Set

INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division III Softball Committee has announced the 43 teams that will compete in the Division III Softball Championship. 

Five teams will compete at five first-round sites and six teams will compete at three other first-round sites for a total of eight first-round sites. All first-rounds will use a double-elimination format. 

The five-team opening rounds will be held May 13-15 on the campuses of competing institutions, with the rain date being May 16. The six-team first rounds will be held May 13-16, on the campuses of competing institutions, with the rain date being May 16. The finals, hosted by Peace College, will be held May 20-24 at the Walnut Creek Softball Complex in Raleigh, N.C. 

Thirty-six conferences have been granted automatic qualification and five independents were selected for the 2005 championship. The two remaining teams were selected on an at-large basis from automatic qualifying conferences and the remaining independent institutions. 

The conferences and teams that received automatic qualification were: 
Allegheny Mountain – Pittsburgh-Bradford 
American Southwest – Louisiana College 
AWCC – Mary Baldwin 
Centennial – Ursinus 
CUNYAC – Staten Island 
CCIW – North Central (Illinois) 
Commonwealth – Moravian 
Commonwealth Coast – Endicott 
Empire 8 – Ithaca 
Freedom – King’s (Pennsylvania) 
Great Northeast – Western New England 
Heartland Collegiate – Defiance 
Iowa Intercollegiate – Coe 
Lake Michigan – Edgewood 
Little East – Keene State 
MASCAC – Bridgewater State 
Michigan Intercollegiate – Alma 
Midwest – Lake Forest 
MIAC – St. Thomas (Minnesota) 
NESCAC – Williams 
NEWMAC – Babson 
NJAC – William Paterson 
North Atlantic – Maine-Farmington 
North Coast – Allegheny 
Northern Illinois-Iowa – Aurora 
Northwest – Linfield 
OAC – Muskingum 
Old Dominion – Roanoke 
PAC – Misericordia 
SLIAC – Fontbonne 
Skyline – Manhattanville 
SCIAC – Redlands 
Southern Collegiate – Trinity (Texas) 
SUNYAC – Cortland State 
USA South – Ferrum 
Wisconsin Intercollegiate – Wisconsin-Stout 

SITES: *Indicates host institution 

Seed No. 1 - Winner of first round at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
1. Washington U. in St. Louis (45-1) 
2. St. Thomas (Minnesota) (36-6) 
3. *Coe (36-4) 
4. St. Mary’s (Minnesota) (36-6) 
5. Fontbonne (32-11) 
6. Wisconsin-Stout (25-19) 

Seed No. 2 - Winner of first round at Ithaca, New York. 
1. Union (New York) (30-4) 
2. Cortland State (31-9) 
3. Western New England (37-4) 
4. Misericordia (30-9) 
5. *Ithaca (24-11) 
6. King’s (Pennsylvania) (31-10) 

Seed No. 3 - Winner of first round at Redlands, California. 
1. Chapman (31-7) 
2. *Redlands (30-6) 
3. Louisiana College (32-9) 
4. Linfield (31-7) 
5. Trinity (Texas) (26-20) 

Seed No. 4 - Winner of first round at Salisbury, Maryland. 
1. *Salisbury (37-4) 
2. Moravian (34-6) 
3. Roanoke (32-10) 
4. Ferrum (25-13) 
5. Mary Baldwin (15-22) 

Seed No. 5 - Winner of first round at Alma, Michigan. 
1. Aurora (38-4-1) 
2. *Alma (29-8) 
3. North Central (Illinois) (34-10) 
4. Edgewood (29-12) 
5. Allegheny (21-16) 

Seed No. 6 - Winner of first round at New Concord, Ohio. 
1. *Muskingum (38-5) 
2. Thomas More (19-9) 
3. Lake Forest (23-13-1) 
4. Defiance (27-15) 
5. Pittsburgh-Bradford (24-12-1) 

Seed No. 7 - Winner of first round at Wayne, New Jersey. 
1. Rutgers-Camden (33-6-1) 
2. Manhattanville (30-9) 
3. *William Paterson (34-9-1) 
4. Ursinus (35-8) 
5. Staten Island (23-14-1) 

Seed No. 8 - Winner of first round at Babson Park, Massachusetts. 
1. Endicott (33-2-1) 
2. *Babson (37-6) 
3. Keene State (31-6) 
4. Williams (24-12) 
5. Bridgewater State (23-15) 
6. Maine-Farmington (19-12) 

St. Thomas (Minnesota) won the 2004 NCAA Division III Softball Championship by defeating Moravian College in last year’s championship game.