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NCAA Division II Women's Tournament draw
November 12th, 2013 3:44AM
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[SMALL COLLEGES] Defending champion West Florida is one of seven unbeaten teams along with St. Rose, Grand Valley State, Quincy, Colorado School of Mines, St. Edward's and Cal State Stanislaus in the 48-team NCAA Division II Women's Tournament that begins Thursday. For the complete draw and bracket.

NCAA Division II Women's Tournament bracket

FIRST ROUND
Nov. 14-15
Central Missouri vs. S'west Minn. St.
Winona State vs. Southwest Bapt.
Truman vs. Rockhurst
Wis.-Parkside vs. Michigan Tech
CSU San Bernardino vs. Cal Baptist
Sonoma State vs. Seattle Pacific
Midwestern St. vs. Metro State
St. Edward's vs. Texas A&M-Comm.
Adelphi vs. Mercy
Bridgeport vs. Caldwell
West Chester vs. Kutztown
Shippensburg vs. Edinboro
Columbus State vs. Clayton State
Belmont Abbey vs. Pfeiffer
Valdosta State vs. Florida Tech
Tampa vs. Barry

SECOND ROUND
Nov. 16-17
Minn. St.-Mankato vs. Central Missouri/S'west Minn. St. winner
Minnesota-Duluth vs. Winona State/Southwest Bapt. winner
Grand Valley State vs. Truman/Rockhurst winner
Quincy vs. Wis.-Parkside/Michigan Tech winner
CSU Stanislaus vs. CSU San Bernardino/Cal Baptist winner
Western Wash. vs. Sonoma State/Seattle Pacific winner
Colorado Mines vs. Midwestern State/Metro State winner
Fort Lewis vs. St. Edward's/Texas A&M-Commerce winner
Saint Rose vs. Adelphi/Mercy winner
American Int'l vs. Bridgeport/Caldwell winner
California (Pa.) vs. West Chester/Kutztown winner
Slippery Rock vs. Shippensburg/Edinboro winner
Wingate vs. Columbus State/ Clayton State winner
Lenoir-Rhyne vs. Belmont Abbey/Pfeiffer winner
West Florida vs. Valdosta State/Florida Tech winner
Rollins vs. Tampa/Barry winner


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