Division II Field Hockey

All-time Championship Bracket

Join us as we celebrate some of the top teams in Division II field hockey history through this ultimate bracket.

Bentley 1999
Bentley 2001
Bentley 2004
Bloomsburg 1983
Bloomsburg 1992
Bloomsburg 1993
Bloomsburg 1996
Bloomsburg 1997
Bloomsburg 1998
Bloomsburg 1999
Bloomsburg 2002
Bloomsburg 2003
Bloomsburg 2004
Bloomsburg 2005
Bloomsburg 2006
Bloomsburg 2007
Bloomsburg 2008
Bloomsburg 2009
Bloomsburg 2011
East Stroudsburg 2015
East Stroudsburg 2018
East Stroudsburg 2019
IUP 2007
La Salle 1980
Lock Haven 1981
Lock Haven 1982
Lock Haven 1983
Lock Haven 1992
Lock Haven 1994
Lock Haven 1995
Lock Haven 1996
Lock Haven 1998
Lock Haven 2000
Lock Haven 2001
Lock Haven 2002
LIU Post 2013
LIU Post 2014
LIU Post 2017
UMass Lowell 2005
UMass Lowell 2007
UMass Lowell 2010
UMass Lowell 2011
Millersville 2013
Millersville 2014
Pace 2018
Pfeiffer 1981
Saint Anselm 2019
Shippensburg 2003
Shippensburg 2005
Shippensburg 2009
Shippensburg 2010
Shippensburg 2012
Shippensburg 2013
Shippensburg 2016
Shippensburg 2017
Shippensburg 2018
Southwest Mo. State 1978
Southwest Mo. State 1979
Southwest Mo. State 1980
West Chester 2011
West Chester 2012
West Chester 2014
West Chester 2018
West Chester 2019


The AIAW and USA Field Hockey joined forces to sponsor a national championship in 1975. For the first four years (1975-78), all colleges, irrespective of division, were eligible to compete in the one championship. In 1979, the format shifted to divisional championships, meaning that all Division II schools would have the opportunity to compete for a national championship against other Division II schools.

For five years, a national champion was crowned every year in Division II, including 1981 when there were two national champions as the NCAA also sponsored a tournament that year. The AIAW stopped sponsoring a tournament in 1982. In 1984, the NCAA stopped sponsoring a Division II national tournament, which meant all Division II and Division III schools competed for berths in one tournament.

The Division II schools were able to get their own tournament back in 1992, and since that year, they have crowned a national champion. Even though we will not crown a national champion on the field in the fall of 2020, we wanted to celebrate 41 years of national championships and the student-athletes by creating a virtual bracket to determine the fans' choice for the best team during the national championship era, from 1978-2019.

Voting will take place online starting January 2021, with the link shared over social media, including Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.


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