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Clark Atlanta 30, Mississippi College Michigan Tech 20, Truman State Harding 41, Henderson State Oklahoma Baptist 27, East Central Fairmont State 34, Stonehill New Mexico Highlands 45, Fort Lewis Western State Colorado 10, Idaho State Edinboro 69, Lake Erie College 0. Concord 34, WV Wesleyan Shepherd 33, Notre Dame College Concordia College MI 42, Malone Shippensburg 35, Clarion Kutztown 32, Assumption Augustine's 14, Jacksonville Central State 10, Elizabeth City State Kentucky State 31, Slippery Rock Catawba 3, West Georgia Northern Michigan 28, McKendree Lock Haven 0, Duquesne Merrimack 16, Bloomsburg Findlay 69, Kentucky Wesleyan Adams State 7, Colorado Mines South Dakota Mines 33, Colorado Mesa New Haven 31, Bryant Central Washington 13, Eastern Washington Angelo State 24, Western Oregon Western New Mexico 9, San Diego Lincoln MO 10, Lane College 7.

Florida Tech 33, Benedict College Shaw 10, Hampton Virginia State 13, Norfolk State Tuskegee 20, Alabama State Newberry 26, Western Carolina Limestone 17, Gardner-Webb Willamette 7, Simon Fraser Northwood MI 27, Tiffin Mercyhurst 9, Hillsdale Southwest Baptist 7, Houston Baptist Brevard College 13, Davidson Morehouse 34, Arkansas-Pine Bluff Fayetteville State 32, Lincoln PA 0.

Augustana SD 48, Upper Iowa Mars Hill 7, East Tennessee State Delta State 13, Tarleton State Humboldt State 12, Midwestern State Black Hills State 8, Chadron State Lincoln MO 24, Missouri State Millersville 7, Indiana PA Miles 21, West Alabama WV Wesleyan 34, West Liberty Northwest Missouri State 38, Washburn Bentley Southern Connecticut State. Charleston WV 42, Concord Fort Hays State 13, Missouri Western Pittsburg State 34, Emporia State Nebraska-Kearney 31, Central Oklahoma Northeastern State 10, Central Missouri State Minot State 16, Northern State Bentley 24, Southern Connecticut State Lincoln PA 0, Central Connecticut Virginia State 19, Robert Morris Bowie State 38, Alderson-Broaddus Clarion 30, Lock Haven Gannon 7, West Chester Tiffin 24, Mercyhurst New Haven 36, Pace Notre Dame College 27, Glenville State California PA 31, Kutztown Slippery Rock 21, Shippensburg Upper Iowa 7, Concordia-St.

Saginaw Valley 41, Walsh Newberry 10, Florida Tech Tusculum 61, Shorter Carson-Newman 33, Virginia Union Panthers Shaw 27, Mars Hill 9. Clark Atlanta 0, Central State 7. Hillsdale 30, Michigan Tech Urbana 7, Fairmont State Sioux Falls 15, Winona State Cloud State 44, Minnesota-Crookston Minnesota State 38, Augustana SD Kentucky Wesleyan 24, Quincy Morningside 35, Truman State Southeastern Oklahoma 28, Oklahoma Baptist Limestone 14, West Georgia Edinboro 21, Bloomsburg Adams State 37, New Mexico Highlands Colorado Mines 42, Black Hills State Morehouse 42, Lane College Livingstone 19, Allen 0.

McKendree 34, Kentucky State Central Washington 50, Western Oregon Albany State GA 0, Tuskegee Western New Mexico 10, Idaho Augustine's 14, North Carolina Central Fayetteville State 13, Wingate Benedict College 42, Johnson C Smith Catawba 34, Winston-Salem 7.

Wayne State MI 6, Indianapolis Assumption 49, Merrimack Seton Hill College 34, East Stroudsburg Lake Erie College 12, Malone Southwest Baptist 9, Mississippi College Ashland 17, Ohio Dominican Fort Valley State 6, Valdosta State Grand Valley State 21, Delta State Findlay 13, Ferris State Chowan 28, Davidson Angelo State 24, Abilene Christian Lenoir-Rhyne 51, North Greenville Henderson State 38, Arkansas Tech East Central 20, Southern Nazarene Northwestern Oklahoma State 36, Arkansas-Monticello Southwestern Oklahoma 8, Ouachita Baptist Minnesota St-Moorhead 7, Minnesota-Duluth Lindenwood 51, Missouri Southern State West Florida 17, Midwestern State Chadron State 13, Colorado State-Pueblo Fort Lewis 3, Dixie State College Colorado Mesa 34, Eastern New Mexico Simon Fraser 14, Azusa Pacific Southern Arkansas 28, Harding Virginia University of Lynchburg 14, Newberry Mars Hill 27, Lenoir-Rhyne Lake Erie College 19, Urbana West Liberty 10, Charleston WV Anselm 3, Assumption Limestone 10, Tusculum Tiffin 29, Alderson-Broaddus Kutztown 48, Gannon East Stroudsburg 24, Edinboro Indiana PA 59, Lock Haven Pace 27, American International 7.

Glenville State 24, Shepherd Fairmont State 44, WV Wesleyan Concord 20, UVA-Wise Southern Connecticut State 18, New Haven California PA 57, Shippensburg Bloomsburg 10, Mercyhurst Lincoln PA 7, Clarion Ferris State 53, Northwood MI Grand Valley State 47, Northern Michigan William Jewell College 17, Findlay Davenport 23, Michigan Tech Truman State 20, Saginaw Valley Bowie State 47, McKendree Harding 42, Southern Nazarene 0. Arkansas Tech 31, Oklahoma Baptist 7.

West Chester 59, Seton Hill College Paul 13, Minnesota State Fort Lewis 21, Chadron State Colorado State-Pueblo 21, Colorado Mines Merrimack 35, Bentley Missouri Western 14, Central Missouri State Emporia State 20, Nebraska-Kearney Black Hills State 41, Adams State Colorado Mesa 24, Western State Colorado Slippery Rock 57, Millersville Northern State 28, Minnesota St-Moorhead Azusa Pacific 28, Western Oregon Minnesota-Crookston 0, Bemidji State Central State 14, Morehouse Fort Valley State 21, Miles Ashland 30, Wayne State MI Francis IL 41, Quincy LIU Post 27, Stonehill 7.

Southwest Minnesota State 21, Sioux Falls Ouachita Baptist 32, Southeastern Oklahoma Southern Arkansas 36, Southwestern Oklahoma Tuskegee 24, Clark Atlanta Kentucky State 13, Kentucky Wesleyan Henderson State 24, Northwestern Oklahoma State Arkansas-Monticello 27, East Central Humboldt State 0, Central Washington Delta State 12, Florida Tech Valdosta State 58, West Alabama Simon Fraser 28, South Dakota Mines Hillsdale 34, Ohio Dominican Wingate 14, Carson-Newman Winona State 33, Upper Iowa Central Oklahoma 52, Lindenwood Washburn 24, Fort Hays State Pittsburg State 45, Northeastern State 7.

Charleston WV Fairmont State. Notre Dame College Concord. Brevard College Virginia University of Lynchburg. Central Missouri State Washburn. Upper Iowa Southwest Minnesota State. Minnesota State Winona State. Sioux Falls Augustana SD. Cloud State Northern State. William Jewell College Indianapolis. Florida Tech West Georgia. Black Hills State Fort Lewis. Lock Haven East Stroudsburg. Colorado Mines New Mexico Highlands.

Chadron State Colorado Mesa. Central State Kentucky State. Ferris State Northern Michigan. Elizabeth City State Fayetteville State. Adams State Western State Colorado. Lake Erie College Hillsdale. Seton Hill College Slippery Rock. Virginia Union Panthers Winston-Salem. Virginia State Johnson C Smith. Clark Atlanta Kennesaw State. Stonehill Southern Connecticut State.

Northwest Missouri State Central Oklahoma. Southern Nazarene Arkansas Tech. North Greenville Delta State. East Central Ouachita Baptist. Southwestern Oklahoma Henderson State. Northwestern Oklahoma State Southern Arkansas. Michigan Tech Grand Valley State. Southwest Baptist Lincoln MO. Angelo State Midwestern State. West Florida Mississippi College. Northeastern State Missouri Western. Western Oregon Humboldt State. Central Washington Simon Fraser. Fort Valley State Benedict College.

WV State Glenville State. West Liberty Notre Dame College. Findlay Lake Erie College. Benedict College Central State. Saginaw Valley Michigan Tech. Arkansas Tech Ouachita Baptist. Livingstone Virginia Union Panthers.

Augustine's Elizabeth City State. Southern Arkansas Oklahoma Baptist. Henderson State Southern Nazarene. Colorado Mesa Colorado Mines. Brevard College Maryville TN. Anselm Southern Connecticut State.

Emporia State Northwest Missouri State. Cloud State Minnesota State. Fort Lewis Adams State. Western State Colorado Chadron State.

Northwestern Oklahoma State Southeastern Oklahoma. Winona State Northern State. Minnesota St-Moorhead Upper Iowa. Clarion Seton Hill College. Simon Fraser Western Oregon. Tiffin Wayne State MI. West Florida Delta State. Tarleton State Angelo State. Miles Albany State GA. Southwestern Oklahoma East Central. West Alabama North Greenville. Central Oklahoma Fort Hays State. William Jewell College Truman State. Valdosta State Mississippi College. Midwestern State Eastern New Mexico. Humboldt State Azusa Pacific.

Notre Dame College Fairmont State. First, football players transferring from a Division I FBS school to a Division I FCS school do not have to sit out a year, provided that the player has at least two remaining seasons of athletic eligibility.

The Heartland Conference will disband at the end of the —19 school year, with eight of its nine members moving to the Lone Star Conference. Technically, Newman will be an associate member because it does not sponsor football, a mandatory sport for full MIAA members, but it will house all of its varsity sports in that league. All Division II sports are classified as "equivalency" sports, meaning that the NCAA restricts the total financial aid that a school can offer in a given sport to the equivalent of a set number of full scholarships.

In another practice that differs from Division I, Division II members are limited to a combined total of 60 scholarship equivalents for men's sports apart from football and basketball.

Scholarship limits in bold are identical to those for Division I members in the same sport for the same sex. Examples of sports with identical scholarship numbers in the two divisions, but separate national championships for each, include men's cross-country and women's rowing.

In sports that conduct "National Collegiate" championships open to schools from multiple divisions, Division II schools are allowed to award the same number of scholarships as Division I members. Several schools in the Northeast Conference compete under Division II scholarship limits; other Division II schools with programs in that sport choose to play as Division I programs under the higher Division I scholarship limits. The NCAA does not strictly prevent its member institutions from playing outside of their own division, or indeed playing against schools that are not members of the NCAA, but it is discouraged in many sports.

Many Division II schools frequently schedule matches against members of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics NAIA , which consists of colleges and universities across the United States and Canada that promote competitive and character-based athletics that is controlled by its membership, as opposed to the NCAA that serves as a regulating body.

Division II schools also frequently schedule "money games", usually in football and men's basketball , against Division I schools. In basketball, where conference tournaments play a large role in determining postseason participants, D-I schools have less of a penalty for scheduling an occasional D-II opponent, resulting in more "money games". In any event, the D-II school is almost invariably the visiting team, and is invited to play with knowledge that it will likely be defeated but will receive a substantial at least by Division II standards monetary reward which will help to finance much of the rest of the season and perhaps other sports as well.

Such games are funded by Division I schools which can afford such games. In recent years, "money games" in men's basketball have also included preseason exhibitions against D-I programs, typically in the same region, that do not count in official statistics for either team. The University of Kansas helps the state's four Division II members by rotating them onto the Jayhawks' exhibition schedule annually.

Milwaukee , which has been a Division I member since , has continued its series with their former Division II rival Wisconsin-Parkside as part of their exhibition schedule.

When these exhibition games do happen, there are times when the Division II team does win, and against a well-respected Division I program. Through the edition, Chaminade competed in every tournament, but in the future will compete only in odd-numbered years. Chaminade typically loses all games it plays in Maui; Alaska—Anchorage also typically lost all of its men's Shootout games, but was frequently competitive in the women's version.

Matches between the different collegiate divisions in non-revenue sports are often quite competitive. Indeed, in some sports, among them ice hockey and men's volleyball , there is no Division II national championship.

In hockey, many schools whose athletic programs are otherwise Division II compete in Division I, and men's volleyball has a truncated divisional structure with a Division III championship but no Division II championship as opposed to the NAIA, which fully includes men's volleyball in its divisional structure. In any sport that does not have a Division II national championship, Division II members are allowed to award the same number of scholarships as Division I members.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Members of the Ivy League , which prohibits its members from awarding athletic scholarships in any sport. Members of the Pioneer Football League , a football-only league that also bans athletic scholarships though only in that sport.

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