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NCAA Men’s Division II Basketball Champions

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See a complete list of NCAA Men’s Division II Basketball Champions. The 2017 champions is Northwest Missouri State. This was their first championship title.

Fast Facts:
– Kentucky Wesleyan has won the most D2 titles with 8 wins.

NCAA Men’s Division II Basketball Champions:

YearChampionScoreRunner-upLocation
2017Northwest Missouri State71-61Fairmont StateSioux Falls, S.D.
2016Augustana (SD)90-81Lincoln MemorialFrisco, TX
2015Florida Southern77-62Indiana (Pa.)Evansville, Ind.
2014Central Missouri84-77West LibertyEvansville, Ind.
2013Drury74-73Metro StateAtlanta, Ga.
2012Western Washington72-65MontevalloHighland Heights, Ky.
2011Bellarmine71-68BYU-HawaiiSpringfield, Mass.
2010Cal Poly Pomona65-53Indiana (Pa.)Springfield, Mass.
2009Findlay56-53 (OT)Cal Poly PomonaSpringfield, Mass.
2008Winona State87-76Augusta StateSpringfield, Mass.
2007Barton77-75Winona StateSpringfield, Mass.
2006Winona State73-61Virginia UnionSpringfield, Mass.
2005Virginia Union63-58BryantGrand Forks, N.D.
2004Kennesaw State84-59Southern IndianaBakersfield, Calif.
2003Northeastern State75-64**Kentucky WesleyanLakeland, Fla.
2002Metro State80-72Kentucky WesleyanEvansville, Ind.
2001Kentucky Wesleyan72-63WashburnBakersfield, Calif.
2000Metro State97-99Kentucky WesleyanLouisville, Ky.
1999Kentucky Wesleyan75-60Metro StateLouisville, Ky.
1998UC Davis83-77Kentucky WesleyanLouisville, Ky.
1997Cal State Bakersfield57-56Northern KentuckyLouisville, Ky.
1996Fort Hays State70-63Northern KentuckyLouisville, Ky.
1995Southern Indiana71-63UC RiversideLouisville, Ky.
1994Cal State Bakersfield92-86Southern IndianaSpringfield, Mass.
1993Cal State Bakersfield85-72TroySpringfield, Mass.
1992Virginia Union100-75BridgeportSpringfield, Mass.
1991North Alabama79-72BridgeportSpringfield, Mass.
1990Kentucky Wesleyan93-79Cal State BakersfieldSpringfield, Mass.
1989North Carolina Central73-46Southeast Missouri StateSpringfield, Mass.
1988Massachusetts-Lowell75-72Alaska AnchorageSpringfield, Mass.
1987Kentucky Wesleyan92-74GannonSpringfield, Mass.
1986Sacred Heart93-87Southeast Missouri StateSpringfield, Mass.
1985Jacksonville State74-73South Dakota StateSpringfield, Mass.
1984Central Missouri81-77Saint Augustine’sSpringfield, Mass.
1983Wright State92-73District of ColumbiaSpringfield, Mass.
1982District of Columbia73-63Florida SouthernSpringfield, Mass.
1981Florida Southern73-68Mount Saint Mary’sSpringfield, Mass.
1980Virginia Union80-74SUNYITSpringfield, Mass.
1979North Alabama64-50Green BaySpringfield, Mo.
1978Cheyney47-40Green BaySpringfield, Mo.
1977Chattanooga71-62Randolph-MaconSpringfield, Mass.
1976Puget Sound83-74ChattanoogaEvansville, Ind.
1975Old Dominion76-74New OrleansEvansville, Ind.
1974Morgan State67-52Missouri StateEvansville, Ind.
1973Kentucky Wesleyan78-76 (OT)Tennessee StateEvansville, Ind.
1972Roanoke84-72AkronEvansville, Ind.
1971Evansville97-82Old DominionEvansville, Ind.
1970Philadelphia University76-65Tennessee StateEvansville, Ind.
1969Kentucky Wesleyan75-71Missouri StateEvansville, Ind.
1968Kentucky Wesleyan63-52Indiana StateEvansville, Ind.
1967Winston-Salem77-74Missouri StateEvansville, Ind.
1966Kentucky Wesleyan54-51Southern IllinoisEvansville, Ind.
1965Evansville85-82 (OT)Southern IllinoisEvansville, Ind.
1964Evansville72-59AkronEvansville, Ind.
1963South Dakota State44-42WittenbergEvansville, Ind.
1962Mount Saint Mary’s58-57 (OT)Sacramento StateEvansville, Ind.
1961Wittenburg42-38Southeast Missouri StateEvansville, Ind.
1960Evansville90-69ChapmanEvansville, Ind.
1959Evansville83-67Missouri StateEvansville, Ind.
1958South Dakota75-53Saint Michael’sEvansville, Ind.
1957Wheaton (Ill.)89-65Kentucky WesleyanEvansville, Ind.
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