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Sport The field is set for the NCAA Division III Women's National Championship

04:00  07 may  2021
04:00  07 may  2021 Source:   golfweek.com

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NCAA Division III (DIII) is a division of the National Collegiate Athletic Association ( NCAA ) in the United States. DIII consists of athletic programs at colleges and universities that choose not to offer athletic scholarships to their student-athletes.

The NCAA Women ' s Division III Indoor Track and Field Championship is an annual collegiate indoor track and field competition for women from Division III institutions organised by the National Collegiate Athletic Association .

The NCAA Division III Women’s Championship will be played May 11-14 at Forest Akers Golf Courses (West Course) in Lansing, Michigan, and the field has been finalized.

  The field is set for the NCAA Division III Women's National Championship © Provided by Golfweek

Twenty-one conferences were granted automatic qualification and the remaining four teams in the 25-team field were selected on an at-large basis from conferences and the independent institutions. Six individuals from non-advancing teams round out the field.

The 72-hole event will include a cut to the top 15 teams and six individuals not on those teams after 54 holes.

In 2019, the last time the championship was played, New York University won its maiden national title while runner-up honors went to Williams College and Methodist finished third.

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The NCAA Division III Women ' s Basketball Championship is the annual tournament to determine the national champions of women ' s NCAA Division III collegiate basketball in the United States. It was held annually from 1982, when the NCAA began to sponsor women ' s sports at all three levels

The 2020 NCAA Division III Women ' s Basketball Tournament was a single-elimination tournament to determine the national champion of the women ' s NCAA Division III college basketball in the United States.

The final 2021 field is listed below.

Related: NCAA Division III Men’s National Championship field

TEAMS

University of Redlands Methodist University Centre College Carnegie Mellon University Williams College George Fox University St. Catherine University Emory University University of Texas at Dallas York College (Pennsylvania) Washington and Lee University Illinois Wesleyan University Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Saint Mary’s College (Indiana) Denison University Ohio Northern University University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Grinnell College University of Dubuque Ithaca College Westminster College (Pennsylvania) The College of St. Scholastica Marymount University (Virginia) Catholic University Lakeland University

INDIVIDUALS

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The NCAA Women ' s Division III Cross Country Championship is an annual cross country meet to decide the team and individual national champions of women ' s NCAA Division III intercollegiate cross country running in the United States.

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