NCAA Women's Division II Basketball Championship


NCAA Women's Division II Basketball Championship

Division II women's basketball champions for the NCAA[1] The finals are played at St. Joseph Civic Arena in St. Joseph, Missouri.

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Championships

Year Champion Score Defeated Venue
1982 Cal Poly Pomona 93-74 Tuskegee Springfield, Massachusetts (Springfield Civic Center)
1983 Virginia Union 73-60 Cal Poly Pomona Springfield, Massachusetts (Springfield Civic Center)
1984 Central Missouri State 80-73 Virginia Union Springfield, Massachusetts (Springfield Civic Center)
1985 Cal Poly Pomona 80-69 Central Missouri State Springfield, Massachusetts (Springfield Civic Center)
1986 Cal Poly Pomona 70-63 North Dakota State Springfield, Massachusetts (Springfield Civic Center)
1987 New Haven 77-75 Cal Poly Pomona Springfield, Massachusetts (Springfield Civic Center)
1988 Hampton 65-48 West Texas State Fargo, North Dakota (Bison Sports Arena)
1989 Delta State 88-58 Cal Poly Pomona Cleveland, Mississippi (Walter Sillers Coliseum)
1990 Delta State 77-43 Bentley Pomona, California (Kellogg Gymnasium)
1991 North Dakota State 81-74 Southeast Missouri State Cape Girardeau, Missouri (Show Me Center)
1992 Delta State 65-63 North Dakota State Fargo, North Dakota (Bison Sports Arena)
1993 North Dakota State 95-63 Delta State Waltham, Massachusetts (Dana Athletic Center)
1994 North Dakota State 89-56 Cal State San Bernardino Fargo, North Dakota (Bison Sports Arena)
1995 North Dakota State 98-85 Portland State Fargo, North Dakota (Bison Sports Arena)
1996 North Dakota State 104-78 Shippensburg Fargo, North Dakota (Bison Sports Arena)
1997 North Dakota 94-78 Southern Indiana Grand Forks, North Dakota (Betty Engelstad Sioux Center)
1998 North Dakota 92-76 Emporia State Pine Bluff, Arkansas (H.O. Clemmons Arena)
1999 North Dakota 80-63 Arkansas Tech Pine Bluff, Arkansas (H.O. Clemmons Arena)
2000 Northern Kentucky 71-62 (ot) North Dakota State Pine Bluff, Arkansas (H.O. Clemmons Arena)
2001 Cal Poly Pomona 87-80 (ot) North Dakota Rochester, Minnesota (Mayo Civic Center)
2002 Cal Poly Pomona 74-62 Southeastern Oklahoma Rochester, Minnesota (Mayo Civic Center)
2003 South Dakota State 65-50 Northern Kentucky St. Joseph, Missouri (St. Joseph Civic Arena)
2004 California (Pennsylvania) 75-72 Drury St. Joseph, Missouri (St. Joseph Civic Arena)
2005 Washburn 70-53 Seattle Pacific Hot Springs, Arkansas (Summit Arena)
2006 Grand Valley State 58-52 American International Hot Springs, Arkansas (Summit Arena)
2007 Southern Connecticut State 61-45 Florida Gulf Coast Kearney, Nebraska (Health and Sports Center)
2008 Northern Kentucky 63-58 South Dakota Kearney, Nebraska (Health and Sports Center)
2009 Minnesota State 103-94 Franklin Pierce San Antonio, Texas (Bill Greehey Arena)
2010 Emporia State 65-53 Fort Lewis St. Joseph, Missouri (St. Joseph Civic Arena)
2011 Clayton State 69–50 Michigan Tech St. Joseph, Missouri (St. Joseph Civic Arena)
2012 TBD TBD TBD San Antonio, Texas (Bill Greehey Arena)

Schools ranked by titles

Rank Athletic Program Titles Runner-up
1 Cal Poly Pomona 5 3
1 North Dakota State 5 3
3 Delta State 3 1
3 North Dakota 3 1

See also

References

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