Division II Baseball Regionals Announced

May 11, 2010

48 Team Tournament Starts Thursday

INDIANAPOLIS, IN—The NCAA Division II Baseball Committee has selected the 48 teams that will participate in the 2010 NCAA Division II Baseball Championship.

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The championship provides for eight regional sites – six sites will host six teams, the West region will host four teams and the South region will host eight teams. All regionals are double-elimination tournaments and will be played at on-campus sites May 13-17. Regional champions will advance to the double-elimination championship finals May 22-29 at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, North Carolina. The finals will be hosted by Mount Olive College and the town of Cary, North Carolina.

Nineteen conferences receive automatic qualification into the 2010 championship. Each conference and its automatic qualifier are listed below:

California Collegiate Athletic Association – UC San Diego
Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference – Dominican (New York)
Conference Carolinas – Mount Olive
East Coast Conference – C.W. Post
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference – Wayne State (Michigan)
Great Lakes Valley Conference – Southern Indiana
Gulf South Conference – Valdosta State
Heartland Conference – Incarnate Word
Lone Star Conference – Abilene Christian
Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association – Central Missouri
Northeast-10 Conference – Stonehill
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference – Minnesota State Mankato
Peach Belt Conference – Columbus State
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference – California (Pennsylvania)
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference – New Mexico Highlands
South Atlantic Conference – Catawba
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference – Albany State (Georgia)
Sunshine State Conference – Tampa
West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference – Seton Hill

In the 2009 championship, Lynn University captured its first national championship title with a 2-1 victory over Emporia State University.

This year marks the 43rd annual championship, and the second consecutive year that the finals have been held in Cary, North Carolina.
(Courtesy NCAA Release)
*Denotes host institution

Atlantic Regional at West Lawn, Pennsylvania
1. *Kutztown 37-12
2. West Chester 36-12
3. Seton Hill 35-19
4. West Virginia State 31-14
5. Mansfield 32-18
6. California (Pennsylvania) 32-16
Central Regional at Farmington, New Mexico
1. *New Mexico Highlands 39-11
2. Minnesota State Mankato 40-13
3. Mesa State 36-18
4. Winona State 36-14
5. Nebraska-Kearney 36-18
6. St. Cloud State 37-15
East Regional at West Haven, Connecticut
1. *Southern Connecticut State 35-11-1
2. Franklin Pierce 36-14-1
3. New Haven 31-13
4. Stonehill 29-16
5. C.W. Post 31-15-1
6. Dominican (New York) 28-16
Midwest Regional at Evansville, Indiana
1. *Southern Indiana 43-12
2. Grand Valley State 34-14
3. Northern Kentucky 41-15
4. Wayne State (Michigan) 32-18
5. Ashland 35-20
6. Indianapolis 34-20
South Regional at Tampa, Florida
1. Southern Arkansas 43-8
2. *Tampa 42-8
3. Valdosta State 42-15
4. Florida Southern 39-14
5. Rollins 38-17
6. West Florida 36-18
7. Florida Tech 38-14
8. Albany State (Georgia) 33-19
Southeast Regional at Florence, South Carolina
1. *Francis Marion 38-12
2. Columbus State 42-10
3. Georgia College 35-15
4. Mount Olive 40-9
5. Catawba 40-11
6. Erskine 40-15
South Central Regional at Warrensburg, Missouri
1. *Central Missouri 47-8
2. Abilene Christian 46-13
3. Emporia State 42-14
4. Incarnate Word 40-16
5. St. Mary’s (Texas) 39-17
6. Nebraska-Omaha 32-18
West Regional at Compton, California
1. UC San Diego 48-7
2. *Cal State Dominguez Hills 40-18
3. Cal State Chico 35-18
4. Hawaii Pacific 37-10

For more information regarding the NCAA Division II Baseball Championship, log on to www.NCAA.com.

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