This is your guide to the NAIA DII Conference Tournament Championship Week. This page will be updated each and every day as we go through the week!

Tuesday, February 25th – The North Star Athletic Association (NSAA), and The Sun Conference, both kick off Conference Tournament week starting tonight.

Wednesday, February 26th – The Cascade, Chicagoland, Crossroads, GPAC, River States, and WHAC all start 1st round action today!!

Thursday, February 27th – The AAC, and KCAC start first round action today!

Friday, February 28th – The Aii gets started with 1st round play, while the AAC, CCAC, and The Sun all feature semifinal matchups!

Saturday, February 29th – Busy day in DII action, The Cal Pac Tournament starts today with semifinal action. There is also semifinal action in the Aii, Cascade, Crossroads, KCAC, and River States Conferences. We get the day started though with the AAC Conference Tournament Championship game between Union and Montreat! Then The Sun Tournament Championshipbetween Southeastern (FL) and St. Thomas is later this evening! FULL day with some great action!

Sunday, March 1st – We have already had quite the February, BUT Marcy is FINALLY here! In today’s DII action, we have the Aii Championship and 3rd place game, as well as the North Star Championship game.

Monday, March 2nd – We have the Cal Pac, CCAC, KCAC and WHAC Championship games tonight!!! A lot up for grabs in these games, as teams who need at large spots will be watching closely.

Tuesday, March 3rd – We finish up DII Conference Tournament action with the Cascade, Crossroads, GPAC and River States Championship games!

Read The: NAIA Hoops Report DII Conference Tournament Breakdown

NAIA Division II National Tournament Bids:

Qualified for National Tournament

Host Auto Bid: Northwestern College

AAC: Union  – Montreat 

AII: Lincoln (IL) – College of the Ozarks Crowley’s Ridge

Cal-Pac: Antelope Valley

CCC: College of IdahoSouthern Oregon

CCAC: Olivet Nazarene – Holy Cross – IU Southbend

CL: Indiana WesleyanMarian

GPAC: MorningsideConcorida (NE)

KCAC: OttawaOklahoma Wesleyan

NSAA: Mayville St

RSC: WVU Tech IU East

TSC: Southeastern Keiser

WHAC: Indiana TechMadonna

AT LARGE RANKINGS based on the 02/26/20 NAIA Top 25 Poll

**Teams listed here are projected as to NOT get an auto bid through the tournament.  

At LargeTeamRankedResult
AL1Oregon Tech9In Cascade Title Game
AL2Washington Adventist10Lost to 8 seed Lincoln Christian
AL3Dakota Wesleyan11Lost to CUNE in GPAC Championship
AL4Grace13Lost in CL QF
AL5Spring Arbor24Lost in CL Semifinal
AL6St. Francis (IN)16Lost to Spring Arbor CL QF
AL7Dordt19Lost in GPAC QF
1st OutIU Kokomo22In River States Title Game
2OSouthwestern (KS)25Lost in KCAC QF
3OSt. Thomas36Lost in Sun Title Game

Conference Tournaments

Appalachian Athletic Conference – (Kingsport, TN)

AAC Tournament Champs: Union Bulldogs

Association of Independent Institutions – (Hosted by Lincoln College)

Teams with At Large Chance: Washington Adventist

Aii Tournament Champs: Lincoln Lynx

via @LincolnLynxMBB

Cal Pac (Lancaster, California)

Cal Pac Tournament Champs: Antelope Valley Pioneers

Via @Cal_Pac

Cascade (Higher Seed)

Chicagoland (Higher Seeds)

CCAC Tournament Champs: IU Southbend Titans

Via @IUSBTitans

Crossroads League (Higher Seed)

Crossroads Champions: Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats

Via @Crossroads_NAIA

Great Plains Athletic Conference (Higher Seed)

GPAC Champions: Concordia Bulldogs

Via @GPACSports

Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (Final at Hartman Arena in Park City, KS)

Teams with At Large Chance: Southwestern

KCAC Tournament Champs: Oklahoma Wesleyan Eagles


North Star Athletic Conference (Semis and Finals at Watertown Civic Arena)

NSAA Tournament Champs: Mayville State Comets

Via @MSUCometsMBB

River States Conference

River States Conference Champions: IU East

Via @RiverStatesConf

The Sun Conference (Semifinals at Southeastern University)

Sun Tournament Champions: Southeastern (FL) Fire

Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference

WHAC Tournament Champs: Madonna Crusaders

Via @MUCrusaders

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