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Field Set for NCAA Division III Regionals

May 10, 2010 

NCAA RELEASE 

INDIANAPOLIS---The NCAA Division III Softball Committee has announced the 60 teams that will compete in the Division III Softball Championship. 

Six teams will compete at two regional sites and eight teams will compete at six regional sites for a total of eight regional sites. All sites will use a double-elimination format. 

The six-team regional rounds will be held May 14-17 on the campuses of competing institutions. The eight-team regional rounds will be held May 13-17 on the campuses of competing institutions. The finals, hosted by the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, will be held May 21-25 at Carson Park in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. 

Thirty-nine conferences received automatic qualification and three independents were selected for the 2010 championship. The 18 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 Collegiate Conference - Frostburg State University 
American Southwest Conference - Louisiana College 
Capital Athletic Conference - Salisbury University 
Centennial Conference - Dickinson College 
City University of New York Athletic Conference - Baruch College 
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin - Illinois Wesleyan University 
Colonial States Athletic Conference - Neumann University 
Commonwealth Coast Conference - Endicott College 
Commonwealth Conference - Messiah College 
Empire 8 - Ithaca College 

Freedom Conference - King's College (Pennsylvania) 
Great Northeast Athletic Conference - Rivier College 
Great South Athletic Conference - Piedmont College 
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference - Transylvania University 
Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference - Luther College 
Landmark Conference - Moravian College 
Little East Conference - Eastern Connecticut University 
Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference - Salem State College 
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association - Trine University 
Midwest Conference - St. Norbert College 
Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference - University of St. Thomas (Minnesota) 
New England Small College Athletic Conference - Wesleyan University (Connecticut) 
New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference - U.S. Coast Guard Academy 
New Jersey Athletic Conference - Kean University 
North Atlantic Conference - Husson University 
North Coast Athletic Conference - Denison University 
North Eastern Athletic Conference - Keuka College 
Northern Athletics Conference - Aurora University 
Northwest Conference - Linfield College 
Ohio Athletic Conference - Ohio Northern University 
Old Dominion Athletic Conference - Eastern Mennonite University 
Presidents' Athletic Conference - Thomas More College 
Skyline Conference - Polytechnic Institute of New York University 
Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference - University of La Verne 
Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference - Southwestern University (Texas) 
St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference - Fontbonne University 
State University of New York Athletic Conference - State University of New York at Cortland 
USA South Athletic Conference - Greensboro College 
Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference - University of Wisconsin, La Crosse 

SITES: 
*Indicates host institution 
Regional at Greencastle, Indiana (*DePauw University) 
BRACKET 
1. Ohio Northern (37-5) 
2. DePauw (35-6) 
3. Washington U. in St. Louis (34-9) 
4. North Central (Illinois) (31-12) 
5. Trine (26-13) 
6. Transylvania (34-9) 
7. Denison (30-15) 
8. Thomas More (22-18) 
Regional at Indianola, Iowa (*Simpson College) 
BRACKET 
1. Linfield (35-5) 
2. Illinois Wesleyan (30-14) 
3. Simpson (31-10) 
4. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (33-8) 
5. Central (Iowa) (30-12) 
6. St. Thomas (Minnesota) (37-6) 
7. Fontbonne (24-15) 
8. Chicago (24-13-1) 
Regional at Ithaca, New York (*Ithaca College) 
BRACKET 
1. Cortland St. (38-6) 
2. Ithaca (30-13) 
3. Lebanon Valley (31-11) 
4. Alfred (34-6) 
5. King's (Pennsylvania) (22-16) 
6. Polytechnic Institute of NYU (31-9) 
7. Dickinson (19-17) 
8. Keuka (23-8) 
Regional at Newport News, Virginia (*Christopher Newport University) 
BRACKET 
1. Salisbury (33-2) 
2. Christopher Newport (36-8) 
3. Susquehanna (32-11) 
4. Messiah (35-7) 
5. Greensboro (27-13-1) 
6. Frostburg St. (28-14) 
7. Piedmont (29-10) 
8. Eastern Mennonite (19-16) 
Regional at Pineville, Louisiana (*Louisiana College) 
BRACKET 
1. Louisiana College (41-6) 
2. Texas-Tyler (37-7) 
3. Mississippi College (29-11) 
4. East Texas Baptist (31-11) 
5. Southwestern (Texas) (31-11) 
6. La Verne (27-18) 
Regional at Providence, Rhode Island (*Rhode Island College) 
BRACKET 
1. College of New Jersey (31-8) 
2. Moravian (30-12) 
3. Kean (29-15) 
4. Wesleyan (Connecticut) (23-16-1) 
5. Neumann (26-16) 
6. Baruch (23-20) 
Regional at Wellesley, Massachusetts (*Wellesley College) 
BRACKET 
1. Eastern Connecticut State (32-4-1) 
2. Brandeis (27-7-1) 
3. Coast Guard (30-8) 
4. Bowdoin (33-12) 
5. Rivier (32-4) 
6. Salem State (33-8-1) 
7. Endicott (28-10-1) 
8. Husson (28-13) 
Regional at Whitewater, Wisconsin (*University of Wisconsin, Whitewater 
BRACKET 
1. Luther (37-5) 
2. Wisconsin-La Crosse (36-7) 
3. Redlands (32-12) 
4. Carthage (24-13) 
5. Alma (30-9) 
6. Augustana (Illinois) (30-13) 
7. Aurora (35-7) 
8. St. Norbert (30-6) 

In 2009, Messiah College went undefeated through the postseason to capture the program's first Division III softball national title with a 2-0 win over Coe College in Montclair, New Jersey. For more information about the Division III Softball Championship, log on to www.ncaa.com.