General Information

The format for the NCAA Division II Women's Lacrosse Championship is a six-team, single-elimination tournament.  Teams must play a minimum of 10 games in-region and have at least a .500 record, and regular-season games tied after regulation must be decided in overtime.  Each region will seed three teams (1-3), and teams will be paired by region.

See conferences for members and current standings.  The distribution of institutions by geographic region is as follows:

North Region
Adelphi
American International
Assumption
Bentley
Bridgeport
Bryant
Chestnut Hill
C.W. Post
Dominican College
Dowling
Franklin Pierce
Georgian Court
Grand Valley State
Holy Family
Lake Erie
Le Moyne
Mercy
Merrimack
Molloy
New Haven
Notre Dame (OH)
Philadelphia
Post
Queen's (NY)
Saint Anselm
Saint Michael's
St. Thomas Aquinas
Southern Conneticut
Southern New Hampshire
Stonehill
Tiffin
Urbana
Wilmington
South Region
Adams State
Belmont Abbey
Bloomsburg
Catawba
Colorado Mesa
Converse
East Stroudsburg
Edinboro
Erskine
Florida Southern
Fort Lewis
Gannon
Indiana (PA)
Kutztown
Lees-McRae
Lenoir-Rhyne
Limestone
Lindenwood
Lock Haven
Mercyhurst
Millersville
Newberry
Pfeiffer
Presbyterian
Queens (NC)
Regis
Rollins
Saint Leo
Seton Hill
Shepherd
Shippensburg
Shorter
Slippery Rock
West Chester
Weste Virginia Wesleyan

Primary Factors for Selecting Teams.

The selection committee considers the following factors, not in priority order, in making the tournament selections: Late-season performance can be employed as a secondary selection criterion.

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