2017 NCAA Conference Championship Primer – Division II

February begins the onslaught of college conference championships. In preparation, we’ve put together a listing of championship meets in the NCAA’s Division II. We’ve done our best to track them all down, but as there are many meets going on around the nation this month, if your favorite meet isn’t on this list, let us know and we’ll do our best to track down more information. You can bookmark this page for reference, as we’ll be updating with results and video links as they become available.

You can check out the rest of the NCAA conference previews in our Division I and Division III primers:

Meets are listed roughly chronologically.

WEEK 1

Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) – Women only

Dates: Tuesday, February 7 to Friday, February 10
Location: Rochester Recreation Center, Rochester, MN
Defending Champions: first-year conference
Championship Central

Teams: Augustana College; University of Mary;  Minnesota State University, Mankato; Minnesota State University Moorhead; Northern State University; University of Sioux Falls and St. Cloud State University.

Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) – Men and Women

Dates: Wednesday, February 8 to Saturday, February 11
Location: Saginaw Valley State University, University Center, MI
Defending Champions: Wayne State women (6x); Grand Valley State men (2x) (results)
Live Results: Meet Mobile
Live Video (if available):
Championship Central

Teams: Wayne State, Grand Valley State, Northern Michigan, Malone, Findlay, Tiffin, Ashland, Hillsdale (women only), Saginaw Valley, Lake Erie, Ursuline (women only)

Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) – Men and Women

Dates: Wednesday, February 8 to Saturday, February 11
Location:  Crawfordsville Aquatics Center, Crawfordsville, IN
Defending Champions: Drury men (3x); Truman state women (1x) (results)
Live Results: Available
Live Video: Available
Championship Central

Teams: Drury, Truman State, Missouri S&T (men only), Indianapolis, William Jewell, Lewis, Bellarmine, Maryville, McKendree, Missouri-St. Louis, Quincy (women only)

Pacific Collegiate Swim & Dive Conference (PCSC) – Men and Women

Dates: Wednesday, February 8 to Saturday, February 11
Location: East Los Angeles College, Monterey Park, CA
Defending Champion: UCSD men (8x); UCSD women (8x) (results)
Live Results:
Live Video (if available):
Championship Central

Teams: UC – San Diego, Loyola Marymount (women only), UC – Santa Cruz, CSU – East Bay (women only), Azusa Pacific (women only), Fresno Pacific, Alaska – Fairbanks (women only), Pepperdine (women only), Concordia – Irvine, Biola (NAIA), Soka (NAIA)

Bluegrass Mountain Conference – Men and Women

Dates: Wednesday, February 8 – Saturday, February 11
Location: Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center, Charlotte, NC
Defending Champions: Queens women; Queens men (results)
Live Results:
Live Video:
Championship Central

Teams: Carson Newman (DII), Catawba (DII), Chowan (DII), Converse (DII), Davis & Elkins (DII), Fairmont (DII), Lenoir-Rhyne (DII), Limestone (DII), Queens (DII), SCAD (NAIA), Wingate (DII)

Appalachian Swimming Conference (ASC) – Men and Women

Dates: Wednesday, February 8 to Saturday, February 11
Location: Blacksburg, VA
Defending Champion: Wheeling Jesuit men & Brenau women (results)
Live Results: Will be here once meet starts
Live Video
Championship Central

Teams: Alderson Broaddus University (DII),  Brenau University (NAIA, Women only),  Emmanuel College (DII),  King University (DII), LaGrange College (DIII), Mars Hill University (DII),  Notre Dame College (DII),  Urbana University (DII), Warren Wilson College (DII), Wheeling Jesuit University (DII)

Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) – Men and Women

Dates: Wednesday, February 8 to Saturday, February 11
Location: El Pomar Natatorium, Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction, CO
Defending Champions: Cal Baptist women (3x); Cal Baptist men (results)
Live Results: Available
Live Video: Available
Championship Central

Teams: Cal Baptist, Colorado Mesa, Colorado Mines, Adams State, Western State (women only), CSU – Pueblo (women only), Nebraska – Kearney (women only)

Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) – Men and Women

Dates: Thursday, February 9 to Saturday, February 11
Location: Kingsport Aquatic Center, Kingsport, TN
Defending Champion: Brenau women; West Virginia Tech men (results)
Live Results: Available
Live Video (if available):
Championship Central

Teams: Asbury University (NAIA), Columbia College (NAIA, Women only), Milligan College (NAIA), St. Andrews University (NAIA), Union College (NAIA), West Virginia University Tech (NAIA)

 

WEEK 2

Northeast-10 – Men and Women

Dates: Thursday February 16 to Sunday February 19
Location: Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT
Defending Champions: Southern Connecticut State men (3x), Assumption College women (3x) (results)
Championship Central

Teams: Assumption College (women only), Southern Connecticut State, Bentley, Saint Rose, Pace, LeMoyne, Saint Michael’s, Adelphi, Merrimack (women only)

Sunshine State Conference (SSC) – Men and Women

Dates: Thursday, February 16 to Sunday, February 19
Location: YMCA Aquatic Center, Orlando, FL
Defending Champions: Florida Southern women (1x); Florida Southern men (4x) (results)
Live Results: Available
Live Video:
Championship Central

Teams: Florida Southern, Nova Southeastern, Tampa, Saint Leo, Lynn (women only), Florida Tech, Rollins

Pennsylvania State Athletics Conference (PSAC) – Men and Women

Dates: Thursday, February 16 to Sunday, February 19
Location: Graham Aquatic Center, York, PA
Defending Champions: West Chester men (18x); West Chester women (10x) (results)
Live Results: 
Live Video: 
Championship Central

Teams: West Chester, IUP, Bloomsburg, Gannon, Clarion, Shippensburg, Edinboro, California (PA) (women only), East Stroudsburg (women only), Millersville (women only), Kutztown (women only), Lock Haven (women only), Mansfield (women only)

New South Intercollegiate Swim Conference (NSISC) – Men and Women

Dates: Friday, February 17 to Monday, February 20
Location: Delta State University Aquatics Center, Cleveland, MS
Defending Champions: Delta State men (2x), West Florida women (2x) (results)
Live Results: Available
Live Video (if available): Available
Championship Central

Teams: Delta State, Henderson State, Lindenwood, Ouachita Baptist, St. Cloud State (men only), Texas – Permian Basin, West Florida (women only)

Metropolitan Conference (MET) – Men and Women

Dates: Friday, February 17 to Sunday, February 19
Location: Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
Defending Champions: LIU Post women (4x); Rowan University men (1x) (results)
Live Results:
Live Video (if available):
Championship Central

Teams: Adelphi (DII), Baruch (DIII), LIU Post (DII), College of Staten Island (DIII), Hunter (DIII), Lehman (DIII), Montclair State (DIII), Mount St Mary (DIII), Pace (DII), Queens (DII), Ramapo (DIII), Rowan (DIII), Southern Connecticut State (DII), St Francis College (DI), SUNY Maritime (DIII), The College of New Jersey (DIII), St Rose (DII), Bridgeport (DII), US Merchant Marine Academy (DIII), William Paterson (DIII)

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Jeff Dugdale

Hey Jared, Johns Hopkins in no longer in the Bluegrass Mountain Conference however we have added Chowan State, Barton College, and Salem all new programs. Also we will be televised live on ESPN 3. The BMC is home to NAIA Champions SCAD and NCAA Champions and Runner Up Queens University of Charlotte and Wingate.

JP name too short

Very small thing, but Northern Michigan has a men’s team now.

The Appalachian Athletic Conference is all wrong. Asbury, Columbia, Miligan, Point, St. Andrews, Union, and WVU Tech are in the Appalachian Athletic Conference. While the rest are in the Appalachian Swimming Conference. I realize it is confusing because the names are so similar.

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