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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:

YearChampionScoreRunner-upLocation
2017Ashland93-77Virginia UnionColumbus, Ohio
2016Lubbock Christian78-73Alaska AnchorageIndianapolis, Indiana
2015California (PA)86-69Cal BaptistSioux Falls, S.D.
2014Bentley73-65West Texas A&MErie, Pa.
2013Ashland71-56DowlingSan Antonio
2012Shaw88-82AshlandSan Antonio
2011Clayton State69-50Michigan TechSt. Joseph, Mo.
2010Emporia State65-53Fort LewisSt. Joseph, Mo.
2009Minnesota State-Mankato103-94Franklin PierceSan Antonio
2008Northern Kentucky63-58South DakotaKearney, Neb.
2007Southern Connecticut State61-45Florida Gulf CoastKearney, Neb.
2006Grand Valley State58-52American InternationalHot Springs, Ark.
2005Washburn70-53Seattle PacificHot Springs, Ark.
2004California (PA)75-72DrurySt. Joseph, Mo.
2003South Dakota State65-50Northern KentuckySt. Joseph, Mo.
2002Cal Poly Pomona74-62Southeastern OklahomaRochester, Minn.
2001Cal Poly Pomona87-80 (ot)North DakotaRochester, Minn.
2000Northern Kentucky71-62 (ot)North Dakota StatePine Bluff, Ark.
1999North Dakota80-63Arkansas TechPine Bluff, Ark.
1998North Dakota92-76Emporia StatePine Bluff, Ark.
1997North Dakota94-78Southern IndianaGrand Forks, N.D.
1996North Dakota State104-78ShippensburgFargo, N.D.
1995North Dakota State98-85Portland StateFargo, N.D.
1994North Dakota State89-56Cal State San B’dinoFargo, N.D.
1993North Dakota State95-63Delta StateWaltham, Mass.
1992Delta State65-63North Dakota StateFargo, N.D.
1991North Dakota State81-74Southeast Missouri StateCape Giradeau, Mo.
1990Delta State77-43BentleyPomona, Calif.
1989Delta State88-58Cal Poly PomonaCleveland, Miss.
1988Hampton65-48West Texas A&MFargo, N.D.
1987New Haven77-75Cal Poly PomonaSpringfield, Mass.
1986Cal Poly Pomona70-63North Dakota StateSpringfield, Mass.
1985Cal Poly Pomona80-69Central MissouriSpringfield, Mass.
1984Central Missouri80-73Virginia UnionSpringfield, Mass.
1983Virginia Union73-60Cal Poly PomonaSpringfield, Mass.
1982Cal Poly Pomona93-74TuskegeeSpringfield, Mass.
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