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Barton College:

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Belmont Abbey College:

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Brevard College:

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Catawba College:

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Chowan University:

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Elizabeth City State University:

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Fayetteville State University:

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Johnson C. Smith University:

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Lees-McRae College:

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Lenoir-Rhyne University:

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Livingstone College:

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Mars Hill University:

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University of Mount Olive:

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University of North Carolina at Pembroke:

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Pfeiffer University:

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Queens University of Charlotte:

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Saint Augustine's University:

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Shaw University:

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Wingate University:

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Winston-Salem State University:

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On the topic of division 2 schools I read that d2 hockey does not have a national champion and only has 6 teams... is this true? If so what is the point of having it at all?

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For Minnesota I'll just post the ones that aren't on the D1 page. Some of the DII schools play D1 Hockey so they are on there.

 

Minnesota:

 

Concordia University St. Paul Golden Bears:

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Minnesota State University - Moorehead Dragons:

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University of Minnesota - Crookston:

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Southwest Minnesota State Mustangs:

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Winona State Warriors:

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Been waiting for this. Some more Georgia DII schools besides Armstrong, Augusta, and North GA.

Shorter

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West Georgia

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West Georgia

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And finally the greatest DII school in ALL the Land, Valdosta State

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Valdosta State

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B-L-A-Z-E-R-S

GO!

BLAZERS!

GO!


Mhmm, okay, got that out of my system. =)

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Here is the Kansas schools minus Pittsburg State which was mentioned in an earlier post. 

Newman Jets (Wichita, KS)

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Washburn Ichabods and Lady Blues (Topeka, KS)

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Emporia State Hornets and Lady Hornets (Emporia, KS)

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Fort Hays State Tigers (Hays, KS)

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I love that Kansas doesnt do something stupid like University of Kansas at Emporia, Hays, Wichita, ect. It bugs me to see athletic identities like that. 

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Anyone think they'll take these and actually put them on the mothership? IMO there's no reason not to.

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On 5/16/2016 at 5:59 PM, ltjets21 said:

On the topic of division 2 schools I read that d2 hockey does not have a national champion and only has 6 teams... is this true? If so what is the point of having it at all?

They don't. Only the Northeast-10 sponsors it at that level, with only Stonehill, St. Anselm, SNHU, Assumption, St. Michael's, and Franklin Pierce sponsoring it at this level. Fellow NE-10 members Bentley and AIC (Atlantic Hockey), and Merrimack (Hockey East) sponsor it at the D-1 level. UMass Lowell used to be in the NE-10 and played in Hockey East before they moved all their sports up to Division 1.

 

The teams play each other, in addition to a mix of D-3 and club teams.

 

If I'm not mistaken, there's also no D-2 men's volleyball.

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1 hour ago, stumpygremlin said:

If I'm not mistaken, there's also no D-2 men's volleyball.

 

Division I and II men's volleyball play for the same title. It is called the "National Collegiate Championship." There are only 40 some DI and DII men's volleyball teams. DIII men's volleyball is now over 50 teams and they have their own championship as of a few years ago.

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On 5/16/2016 at 0:29 PM, hettinger_rl said:

There are many great logos in DII.

 

There are some clunkers, too.

 

Bowie State Bulldogs

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Florida Tech Panthers

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Miles Golden Bears

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West Chester Golden Rams

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Why is the West Chester Ram peering into my soul. I don't like him. 

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Hope nobody's posted these two yet. From California, Humboldt State & Azusa Pacific.

 

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I've always liked that Humboldt one.

 

I live in New Hampshire now, and there are three (soon to be two) D-2 schools in state:

Franklin Pierce University Ravens in Rindge

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St. Anselm Hawks in Goffstown, which borders Manchester. They're moving down to Division 3. (Alumni are pissed, but I haven't heard anything rescinding the move.) They're angling to get into the NEWMAC.

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Southern New Hampshire University Penmen in Manchester. (They just bought the naming rights to the soon-to-be-former Verizon Wireless Arena.)

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All three are currently in the Northeast-10.

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On another note, I wouldn't be shocked if, eventually, Division 2 goes bye-bye. They seem to have many of the costs (scholarships and travel and other things) that the Division 1 schools have, but none of the TV revenue.

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1 hour ago, stumpygremlin said:

On another note, I wouldn't be shocked if, eventually, Division 2 goes bye-bye. They seem to have many of the costs (scholarships and travel and other things) that the Division 1 schools have, but none of the TV revenue.

You are gonna have that with any college sports program that isn't D-1, even D-3 has scholarships for players it's just instead of being athletic scholarships they are academic. Same principle though. 

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18 hours ago, dont care said:

You are gonna have that with any college sports program that isn't D-1, even D-3 has scholarships for players it's just instead of being athletic scholarships they are academic. Same principle though. 

 

FINALLY! Someone who "gets it" when it comes to D3! I hate when I hear "D3 doesn't offer scholarships." We do! We don't, however, offer athletic grant-in-aid.

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On May 27, 2016 at 8:50 AM, pianoknight said:

Not D-II, but my alma mater Bellevue University (Nebraska) is an NAIA school.

 

Legacy

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Current

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I loved that update the instant I saw it. Also, BU is 3 wins away from being NAIA Baseball National Champs!

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