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NCAA Women’s Division II Basketball Champions

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See a complete list of NCAA Women’s Division II Basketball Champions. The 2017 champions is Ashland University from Ashland, Ohio. This was their second national title.

Fast Facts:

  • California State Polytechnic University, Pomona has won the championship title 5 times.

NCAA Women’s Division II Basketball Champions:

Year Champion Score Runner-up Location
2017 Ashland 93-77 Virginia Union Columbus, Ohio
2016 Lubbock Christian 78-73 Alaska Anchorage Indianapolis, Indiana
2015 California (PA) 86-69 Cal Baptist Sioux Falls, S.D.
2014 Bentley 73-65 West Texas A&M Erie, Pa.
2013 Ashland 71-56 Dowling San Antonio
2012 Shaw 88-82 Ashland San Antonio
2011 Clayton State 69-50 Michigan Tech St. Joseph, Mo.
2010 Emporia State 65-53 Fort Lewis St. Joseph, Mo.
2009 Minnesota State-Mankato 103-94 Franklin Pierce San Antonio
2008 Northern Kentucky 63-58 South Dakota Kearney, Neb.
2007 Southern Connecticut State 61-45 Florida Gulf Coast Kearney, Neb.
2006 Grand Valley State 58-52 American International Hot Springs, Ark.
2005 Washburn 70-53 Seattle Pacific Hot Springs, Ark.
2004 California (PA) 75-72 Drury St. Joseph, Mo.
2003 South Dakota State 65-50 Northern Kentucky St. Joseph, Mo.
2002 Cal Poly Pomona 74-62 Southeastern Oklahoma Rochester, Minn.
2001 Cal Poly Pomona 87-80 (ot) North Dakota Rochester, Minn.
2000 Northern Kentucky 71-62 (ot) North Dakota State Pine Bluff, Ark.
1999 North Dakota 80-63 Arkansas Tech Pine Bluff, Ark.
1998 North Dakota 92-76 Emporia State Pine Bluff, Ark.
1997 North Dakota 94-78 Southern Indiana Grand Forks, N.D.
1996 North Dakota State 104-78 Shippensburg Fargo, N.D.
1995 North Dakota State 98-85 Portland State Fargo, N.D.
1994 North Dakota State 89-56 Cal State San B’dino Fargo, N.D.
1993 North Dakota State 95-63 Delta State Waltham, Mass.
1992 Delta State 65-63 North Dakota State Fargo, N.D.
1991 North Dakota State 81-74 Southeast Missouri State Cape Giradeau, Mo.
1990 Delta State 77-43 Bentley Pomona, Calif.
1989 Delta State 88-58 Cal Poly Pomona Cleveland, Miss.
1988 Hampton 65-48 West Texas A&M Fargo, N.D.
1987 New Haven 77-75 Cal Poly Pomona Springfield, Mass.
1986 Cal Poly Pomona 70-63 North Dakota State Springfield, Mass.
1985 Cal Poly Pomona 80-69 Central Missouri Springfield, Mass.
1984 Central Missouri 80-73 Virginia Union Springfield, Mass.
1983 Virginia Union 73-60 Cal Poly Pomona Springfield, Mass.
1982 Cal Poly Pomona 93-74 Tuskegee Springfield, Mass.
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