2011 DIVISION II WOMEN'S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS HANDBOOK

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					     2011 DIVISION II
    WOMEN’S GOLF
CHAMPIONSHIPS HANDBOOK
        Updated: 12/15/2010
      Second update: 1/21/2011
                                      Table of Content                                                                                           Uniforms (Regionals and Finals) ...................................................................................22
                                                                                                                                                 Videotapes, Films and Still Photographs ......................................................................23
                                                                                                                                                 Web site ...............................................................................................................................23
Introduction ...................................................................................................................5                Appendix A ...................................................................................................................24
General Administration .........................................................................................7                                Appendix B ...................................................................................................................26
Dates and Sites.....................................................................................................................7
Sports Committee................................................................................................................7
                                                                                                                                                 Appendix C.......................................................................................................................
Annual Forms ......................................................................................................................8             Appendix D.......................................................................................................................
Determination of Competing Institutions ..................................................9
Advisory Committees.........................................................................................................9
Championships Structure...................................................................................................9
Selection Procedures...........................................................................................................9
Certification of Eligibility/Availability .........................................................................11
Instructions to Participants ...............................................................................12
Adjusted Place Standings ................................................................................................12
Audio Coverage (Radio and Internet) ...........................................................................12
Awards .................................................................................................................................12
Carts and Caddies..............................................................................................................12
Drug Testing .......................................................................................................................13
Equipment...........................................................................................................................13
Lineups and Substitutions................................................................................................13
Lodging ...............................................................................................................................13
Media Arrangements ........................................................................................................14
Meetings..............................................................................................................................15
News, Media, Press Conferences and Satellite Feeds................................................15
Pairings and Tee Times ....................................................................................................15
Practice ................................................................................................................................15
Programs .............................................................................................................................16
Radio ...................................................................................................................................19
Registration ........................................................................................................................19
Rules ....................................................................................................................................19
Scoring ................................................................................................................................21
Spectators............................................................................................................................21
Squad Size ..........................................................................................................................21
Stoppage of Play................................................................................................................21
Television ............................................................................................................................22
Tickets .................................................................................................................................22
Ties .......................................................................................................................................22
Training Facilities..............................................................................................................22
                                                                                                            Introduction
                                                                                    During the 2010-11 academic year, the Association will sponsor 88 national




                                                                                                                                                                          Championships Information
                                                                                 championships, of which 41 are for men, 44 are for women, and three are for both
                                                                                 men and women. Among the men’s championships, three are National Collegiate
                                                                                 Championships, 13 are Division I championships, 12 are Division II championships
                                                                                 and 13 are Division III championships. Among the women’s championships, five are
                                                                                 National Collegiate Championships, 12 are Division I championships, 13 are Division
                                                                                 II championships and 14 are Division III championships. The combined men’s and
                                                                                 women’s championships are National Collegiate Championships.
                                                                                    A championships handbook is produced for each NCAA championship and posted
                                                                                 on the NCAA Online Web site (www.ncaa.org).
                                                                                 How to Use This Publication. The handbook is divided into four sections: (1)
                                                                                 General Administration; (2) Determination of Competing Institutions; (3) Instructions
                                                                                 to Participants; and (4) General Championship Information. The first three sections
                                                                                 pertain only to the respective sport, while the fourth deals with NCAA policies
                                                                                 applicable to all 88 championships. [Note: Some policies listed in the general section
                                                                                 have been revised by individual sports committees. The revision(s) will appear in the
                                                                                 sport-specific section of the handbook.]
                                                                                    Each topic included in the handbook is referenced to other applicable areas in the
                                                                                 handbook or in the NCAA Manuals, where appropriate. For example, if you wish to
                                                                                 know about regional advisory committees, the basic information for that particular
                                                                                 sport would be included in an appendix. However, as referenced under the heading
                                                                                 “Regional Advisory Committees,” more information concerning general NCAA policy
                                                                                 governing regional advisory committees can be found later in the handbook and in the
                                                                                 NCAA Manuals.

           THE NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
                             P.O. Box 6222
                    Indianapolis, Indiana 46206-6222
                             317/917-6222
                             www.ncaa.org
                            December 2010

NCAA, NCAA logo and NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION are
registered marks of the Association and use in any manner is prohibited unless
prior approval is obtained from the Association.




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 Women’s Golf Championships                                                                         General Administration
 Information                                                                          Dates and Sites




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                                                                                      [Reference: Bylaw 31.1.3 in the NCAA Division II Manual.]
                                                                                      NCAA Championships Policy Related to Sports Wagering. No pre-determined
                       Important Dates                                                or non-predetermined session of an NCAA championship may be conducted in a state
                                                                                      with legal wagering that is based on single-game betting on the outcome of any event
October 1—Deadline for tournaments and team rosters to be registered with Golfstat.   (i.e., high school, college or professional) in a sport in which the NCAA conducts a
April 24—Results from spring competition due by fax to Golfstat.                      championship.
April 25—Regional advisory committee calls for regional recommendations. National
  committee call to finalize regional selections.
May 1-3 — Super Regional competition.                                                 Regionals—May 1-3, 2011
May 4—National committee call to finalize national selections.                           Super Regional One (May 1-3)                   Super Regional Two (May 1-3)
May 11-14—Championships finals.                                                          Cedar Brook Golf Course                        The Club at Eaglebrooke
                                                                                         Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania                     Lakeland, Florida
                                                                                         California University of Pennsylvania, host    Florida Southern College, host
                                                                                         Super Regional Three (May 1-3)                 Super Regional Four (May 1-3)
                                                                                         Hillcrest Country Club                         Tascosa Country Club
                                                                                         St. Paul, Minnesota                            Canyon, Texas
                                                                                         Concordia University, St. Paul, host           West Texas A&M University, host
                                                                                      Finals—May 11-14, 2011, Grand Valley State University, host.
                                                                                      [Reference: Administration and Management in the Division II General Section, and
                                                                                      Bylaws 31.1.1 and 31.1.2 in the NCAA Division II Manual.]
                                                                                      Sports Committee
                                                                                        The NCAA Division II Women’s Golf Championships are under the control, direction
                                                                                      and supervision of the NCAA Division II Women’s Golf Committees. Current members
                                                                                      of the committee are:
                                                                                             Matthew Higgins, Concordia University, St. Paul, chair
                                                                                             Janet Bailey, Glenville State College
                                                                                             Jim DeMello, University of Hawaii at Hilo
                                                                                             Julie Garner, Rollins College
                                                                                        For additional information about the championships, contact:
                                                                                         Amber Feldman                                 Matthew Higgins
                                                                                         Assistant Coordinator for Championships       Head Women’s Golf Coach
                                                                                         NCAA                                          Concordia University, St. Paul
                                                                                         P.O. Box 6222                                 275 Syndicate Street North
                                                                                         Indianapolis, Indiana 46206-6222              St. Paul, Minnesota 55104
                                                                                         Phone: 317/917-6688                           Phone: 651/641-8789
                                                                                         Fax: 317/917-6210                             Fax: 651/641-8787
                                                                                         E-mail: afeldman@ncaa.org                     E-mail: golf@csp.edu
                                                                                        For information about reporting results and tournament registration, contact:

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     Mark Laesch
     Golfstat
                                             Office Phone: 309/828-6430
                                             Home Phone: 317/770-7049
                                                                                                Determination of Competing
     P.O. Box 399
     Bloomington, Illinois 61702-0399
                                             Fax: 309/829-4792
                                                                                                        Institutions




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Annual Forms                                                                            Advisory Committees
Expense Reimbursement Form. Expense reimbursement for participation in the              [Reference: Regional Advisory Committees in the Division II General Section, and
2011 championships must be filed online through the Travel Expense System (TES) at      Bylaws 21.3.1.4 and 21.6.1.1 in the NCAA Division II Manual.]
https://web1.ncaa.org/TES/exec/login?js=true.                                             Sports committees shall appoint an advisory committee in each of their respective
[Reference: Per Diem, Expense Forms and Transportation in the Division II General       districts or regions to assist in the evaluation of teams throughout the season. Current
Section, and Bylaw 31.4.6 in the NCAA Division II Manual.]                              members of the Division II women’s advisory committees are listed in Appendix D.
Financial Report Form and Proposed Budget Form. The NCAA has implemented
an online proposed budget and financial report process. We request that prospective     Championships Structure
hosts not longer complete hard copies of the proposed budget for this championship.        The format for the NCAA Division II Women’s Golf Championships is determined
The online version of the proposed budget and financial report may be accesses on the   by the NCAA Division II Women’s Golf Committee subject to the approval of the
NCAA Web site at http://web1.ncaa.org/champs_bid/exec/logout. [Reference: Bylaw         Association’s Division II Championships Committee.
31.4 in the NCAA Division II Manual.]                                                      The championship provides for a field of 36 teams and 16 individuals. All regional
                                                                                        tournaments will be played at predetermined sites. Regional tournaments play 54-hole
                                                                                        competition. The final round will play a 72-hole competition.
                                                                                           The total number of participants is 196. The number of participants allowed at the
                                                                                        finals is 72.
                                                                                        Selection Procedures
                                                                                           The committee is responsible for the selection of all participants in the championships.
                                                                                        Regional advisory committees assist in the evaluation of the teams and individuals. The
                                                                                        committee, subject to the approval of the Championships Committee, will determine
                                                                                        annually the total number of allocations for the championships.
                                                                                           The Division II philosophy assures there is representation from each region
                                                                                        (Reference: Regionalization statements in the Division II General Section). The best
                                                                                        teams and individuals will be selected from those regions.
                                                                                           Teams and individuals must play a minimum of 15 18-hole rounds including a
                                                                                        minimum of six rounds in the spring, in order to be considered for selection to the
                                                                                        national championships. Twelve of the 15 required rounds of competition must be
                                                                                        comprised of a minimum of five team tournaments. Of the six required rounds in the
                                                                                        spring, five must be a minimum of five team tournament fields as well. Twenty-five
                                                                                        percent of a teams’ competition must be against Division II in-region teams, or a team
                                                                                        has to attend five tournaments hosted by Division II in-region teams that have a field of
                                                                                        a minimum of five Division II in-region teams.
                                                                                           Individuals and teams will be selected to the championships based upon a complete
                                                                                        review of all the following criteria:
                                                                                           1. Head-to-head competition within regions;
                                                                                           2. Results vs. common opponents;
                                                                                           3. Stroke differential;
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   4. Strength of schedule (number of teams in tournaments, rounds of competition and              For information about reporting results and tournament registration contact:
      overall strength of tournament fields); and
   5. Spring results compared to fall results                                                          Mark Laesch                                Office Phone: 309/828-6430
   6. Scoring average (adjusted scoring average and team and individual score vs. par);                Golfstat                                   Home Phone: 309/828-9636
                                                                                                       P.O. Box 399                               Fax: 309/829-4792




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   7. Eligibility and availability of student-athletes.                                                Bloomington, Illinois 61702-0399
   Note: The criteria will be prioritized in the above order if a decision cannot be reached.
  Four super regional tournaments will be conducted May 1-3 to determine the                     Registered Tournament Standards. All tournaments and competition must meet
championship field. Four super regional tournaments will consist of 54 holes of                  specified minimum standards and be registered with the computer center. The host
competition conducted over three days. Super regional tournaments are considered                 coach is responsible for ensuring these standards are upheld. These standards include:
preliminary rounds of NCAA championships competition and all national championship                  1. A golf course used for a tournament must have a minimum length of 5,800 yards to be
policies will apply.                                                                                   considered for selection purposes.
  Regional advisory committees will recommend the regional selections to the                        2. The USGA’s Rules of Golf will be followed.
Division II women’s committee. The top nine teams in each region along with the                     3. The low four scores per round from the designated five-player teams shall be used in
top four individuals not with a team will be selected. A team must consist of a                        Division II tournaments. If a six-player team format is used, the coach must designate
minimum of four players.                                                                               his or her top five players. If this is not done, the first five players on the lineup sheet
                                                                                                       will be considered for scoring purposes. Players may participate as individuals.
  The following are the regional allocations for the advancement to the Division II                 4. Disqualification for breach of the rules of golf applies only to that round.
Women’s Golf Championships:                                                                         5. If, due to injury or illness, a player is unable to start or finish a round, that player is
               East     18 participants   3 teams, 3 individuals                                       eligible to play in subsequent rounds with the approval of the rules committee.
               North    18 participants   3 teams, 3 individuals                                    6. Players must carry their own bags or use nonmotorized pull carts. Players may
                                                                                                       ride in golf carts for shuttle purposes only. The only exception to this is if a player is
               South    18 participants   3 teams, 3 individuals                                       permanently disabled.
               West     18 participants   3 teams, 3 individuals
                                                                                                 Certification of Eligibility/Availability
               Total    72 participants   12 teams, 12 individuals                               [Reference: Certification of Eligibility/Availability in the Division II General Section,
                                                                                                 and Bylaws 3.2.4, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 in the NCAA Division II Manual.]
Selection Conference Calls. Following are the dates and times for the telephone                    Only student-athletes eligible under Bylaws 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 may compete
selection calls:                                                                                 in NCAA championships. In accordance with Bylaw 3.2.4, member institutions are
   • Regional advisory committee calls to make regional selections will be the morning of        required to certify the eligibility of their student-athletes before the beginning of each
     Monday, April 25.
                                                                                                 academic year and to withhold ineligible student-athletes from all intercollegiate
   • National call to finalize the regional recommendations will be the afternoon of Monday,     competition. Member institutions are reminded to notify the NCAA national office
     April 25.
                                                                                                 before the selection date for each championship of any student-athlete who may
   • National call—Wednesday, May 4.
                                                                                                 have participated in regular-season competition but subsequently is determined to be
Season Results                                                                                   ineligible or unavailable for NCAA championships competition.
  The committee will use Golfstat to assist with a computerized score reporting system.            For the Division II women’s championships, Amber Feldman must be notified before
As a result, it will be necessary for institutions to submit a team roster to Golfstat and       Friday, April 22.
register regular-season tournaments according to the following procedure:
   1. Instructions and forms have been sent to all institutions from the NCAA national office.
      All tournaments must be registered with Golfstat not later than October 15. Institutions
      that fail to meet the deadline and/or do not report tournament results correctly, and
      wish to have the tournament registered may be assessed a $100 fine.
   2. For any tournament results to be considered for selection purposes, the tournament
      host must submit the results to Golfstat by December 10 for fall competition and by
      noon April 24 for spring competition.
   3. For any tournament results to be considered for selection purposes, the tournament
      host must register the event with Golfstat before the start of competition in the event.

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         Instructions to Participants                                                                   5
                                                                                                        1
                                                                                                            participating student-athletes
                                                                                                            Head Coach
                                                                                                        5   non-participants (e.g. coaches, trainer/physician, administrator,
Adjusted Place Standings                                                                                    sports information director)




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[Reference: Bylaw 31.2.2.4-(a) in the NCAA Division II Manual.]
                                                                                              Drug Testing
   If a student-athlete is found to be ineligible, that individual’s performance shall be     [Reference: Drug Testing in the Division II General Section, and Bylaws 18.4.1.5 and
stricken from the championships record, the points the student-athlete has contributed        31.2.3 in the NCAA Division II Manual.]
to the team’s total shall be deleted, the team standings shall be adjusted accordingly and
any awards involved shall be returned to the Association.                                        Student-athletes who compete in these championships may be subjected to drug tests
                                                                                              in accordance with Bylaws 18.4.1.5 and 31.2.3, and may be determined to be ineligible
Audio Coverage (Radio and Internet)                                                           as a result thereof. Only student-athletes who have consented in writing to such testing
                                                                                              are initially eligible for these championships; and thereafter, student-athletes who are
  Please refer to the NCAA Broadcast Manual policies and guidelines which can be
                                                                                              tested shall remain eligible only if they test negative.
found on www.ncaa.com/broadcast.
Awards                                                                                        Equipment
                                                                                                 The type of equipment (i.e., balls, clubs) to be used shall be determined by the
   Official NCAA awards will be presented to the first four teams in the golf
                                                                                              individual team and must be acceptable under USGA rules. The one-ball rule (brand)
championships. A team trophy and six individual awards will be presented to teams
                                                                                              will not be in effect. Golf bags must have the name or logo of the school on them.
finishing first, second, third and fourth in the championships. Individual awards will
be presented to the top ten individual finishers at the championships. Awards for those          Players and coaches will be required to use spikeless shoes during regional and
individuals in places 2-10 will be sent to the institutions following the completion of the   championships competition. This includes all practice rounds. Penalty for breach of
championships. Participation awards will be provided to all student-athletes competing        this condition is two strokes per hole with a maximum of four strokes. As soon as a
or in uniform in the championships. These awards will be sent to the institution’s            breach has been discovered, the player must immediately make the appropriate changes
director of athletics after the competition.                                                  to conform to the policy. ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION DEVICES (e.g.,
                                                                                              telephones, two-way radios, etc.)—may be used during practice rounds. They cannot
Carts and Caddies                                                                             be used by coaches or players during competition. Exception: Electronic devices may
Super Regionals and Championships. Golf carts will be provided for members of
                                                                                              be used by the coaching staff to monitor live scoring of that event only. Earphones are
the games committee and selected tournament officials. (No parents, etc., are allowed         not permitted to be used when monitoring live scoring.
to use golf carts.) One cart may be used by each competing institution. Effective with           The committee may adopt the note under Rule 14-3 allowing approved distance-
the 2010 championship, an institutional representative (a non-athlete), other than the        measuring devices. If so adopted, it will be noted on the Notice to Players.
designated coach, may not drive or ride in the assigned golf cart for that institution
during a tournament round. Any violation will result in a penalty. The athletic trainer       Lineups and Substitutions
also may ride in or drive the cart. Only two people may ride in the cart at one time.            During registration, the head coach must submit his or her lineup according to
Exceptions must be approved by the games committee.                                           playing position. The five contestants from each institution must be determined by
   Participants may not use golf carts or motorized pull carts during the championships       the conclusion of registration. No substitutions will be allowed after the conclusion of
rounds. The only exception to this policy would be if the participant is permanently          registration without the approval of the games committee. The substitute will assume
disabled. A written request must be submitted to the games committee with                     the position of the replaced player.
accompanying medical statements requesting the use of a cart. Participants may not               For the championships, teams and individuals must register before playing the
use caddies in the championships.                                                             practice round. For teams, a lineup must be faxed or presented to the tournament
Credentials. Working credentials may be provided to bona fide working personnel,              director prior to the team’s first practice round. For regionals, the teams must submit
including media representatives and officials and participant credentials may be              their lineup forms to the tournament director at the start of the practice round.
provided to student-athletes competing in the championship, as well as their coaches,
athletic trainers and other members of the participating institutions’ official parties.      Lodging
Team. An issued credential may not be given to another team member or individual.               The host institution will provide information concerning the availability, prices and
The maximum number of credentials allotted are:                                               locations of lodging. Each competing institution is obligated to stay in the host hotel
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and must confirm accommodations.                                                              Meetings
Media Arrangements                                                                            [Reference: Misconduct in the Division II General Section, and Bylaws 31.02.3 and
                                                                                              31.1.8 in the NCAA Division II Manual.]
[Reference: Publicity and Program Material in the Division II General Section.]




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                                                                                                 The games committee at each of the super regionals and championships will conduct
   All requests from the media for working press credentials for the NCAA women’s golf        a prechampionships meeting to review tournament procedures, local rules, misconduct
championships should be directed to the host media coordinator. Working credentials           and items of importance to the championship. It is mandatory that each coach or
shall not be mailed.                                                                          institutional representative and student-athletes attend these meetings. A fine will be
Media Credentials. The NCAA shall control the issuance of media credentials for               assessed for violation of this policy. The meetings will include information on the
each of its championships. Media credentials shall be assigned in accordance with the         provisions of Bylaw 31.1., which prescribe conditions under which a student-athlete
following priorities: (1) campus media certified by the director of athletics and/or sports   or representative of an institution may be disqualified from further participation in the
information director of each participating and host institution, (2) certified media from     championships for reasons of misconduct.
the immediate locale of the championship or the immediate locale of the competing                The meeting is scheduled as follows: super regionals – evening prior to competition;
teams, and (3) other certified media.                                                         finals – immediately after the championship banquet.
   Credentials will not be issued to representatives of any organization that regularly
publishes, broadcasts or otherwise promotes the advertising of “tout sheets” or “tip          News, Media, Press Conferences and Satellite Feeds
sheets” or other advertising designed to encourage gambling on college sports events.           Please refer to the NCAA Broadcast Manual policies and guidelines which can be
In addition, credentials will not be issued to representatives of telephone reporting         found on www.ncaa.com/broadcast.
services and professional sports organizations.
   Other conditions for obtaining media credentials may be implemented, based on the          Pairings and Tee Times
circumstances at the championships site. These conditions must be approved before the            The first and 10th tees may be used for the entire competition. However, the
competition by Amber Feldman, NCAA, P.O. Box 6222, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46206-              committee reserves the right to use only the first tee, or mini-wave if necessary.
6222 (317/917-6222).
                                                                                                 Tee times will not be altered to accommodate travel schedules.
Microphones. The placement of microphones on a team coach or student-athlete is
                                                                                              Super Regionals. After all teams and individuals have been selected, the women’s golf
prohibited at all NCAA championships.
                                                                                              committee will assign pairings and tee times for the first round based on seed within
Postcompetition Interviews. Immediately after a 10-minute cooling-off period (i.e.,           each region. For the second round, teams and individuals will be paired according
10 minutes after a player completes her round), an interview area will be open to all         to score. Pairings and tee times will be announced after selections and should also be
certified members of the news media, and any coach and student-athletes requested             provided in the participant manual.
by the media will be available for interviews. If a team or individual is participating
                                                                                              Finals. The committee will pair teams in groups of three according to seed for the first
in an awards ceremony, the cooling-off period will begin immediately after the
presentation.                                                                                 and second rounds. During the second round, players’ positions may change within
                                                                                              their teams based on first-round scores. Third- and fourth-round pairings will be by
   Regardless of regular-season radio or television contract(s), the coach is obligated to    position according to score. For purposes of ranking teams for third- and fourth-round
the entire covering media during the championships and must report to the interview           pairings, ties will be broken by using the procedures outlined in Appendix A. Teammates
room immediately after the 10-minute cooling-off period. The coach cannot delay a             shall not play together in the tournament. For purposes of ranking individuals for first
postcompetition interview with the covering media to conduct a program for a single           and second rounds, the individuals with the higher ranking will maintain their pairing
newspaper, radio or television reporter unless requested to remain for a short interview      position. For purposes of ranking individuals for the third and fourth rounds, the
(not to exceed four minutes) by the television entity that has been granted television        individuals with the lowest total score will maintain their pairing position. When a tie
rights by NCAA Productions.                                                                   exists between individuals on the same team, the individual with the lowest numerical
   Coaches cannot make themselves available to selected media representatives before          team position will be given the later tee time. Tee times for practice rounds will be
the conclusion of the 10-minute cooling-off period. They may, however, report to the          provided in the participant manuals.
interview area before the cooling-off period ends, and make themselves available to all       Tee times for individuals from same team will be adjusted so that they are not competing
media representatives staffing the championships. The NCAA championships have an              with their teammates.
“open locker room policy,” which is administered by the media coordinator on site.
                                                                                              Practice
                                                                                              Championships. In an effort to maintain the conditions of the course and speed of play,
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it is required that each individual play only one ball from the tee and when approaching      Additionally, programs may include non-competing national ads as well as local ads.
the green during the practice round. A player may hit a second tee shot from a par-three      All ads must follow NCAA advertising guidelines and are subject to NCAA approval.
tee to the green only if the first tee shot did not land on the green. No more than two tee   If your school would like to sell advertising into the official program or you know of an
shots will be allowed per player per par 3 hole. Each hole must be completed within 15        individual who would like to serve as a local advertising representative, please contact




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minutes. Players may hit multiple chips and putts using two balls within 10 yards of the      Doug Iler (502/459-4346; doug.iler@imgworld.com) for information regarding rates,
green as long as they stay within the 15-minute time limit. Violation of the policy may       availability and deadlines.
result in the player and/or team being removed from the golf course. Groups of five
                                                                                                                                      Editorial
are permissible during the practice round. Groups of six are not allowed and coaches
are not allowed to play during the practice round. One 18-hole practice round will be           If you are interested in the specific content of the program you will receive, please
scheduled before regional tournaments and the championships finals.                           contact Chad Laytham (859/226-4511; chad.laytham@imgworld.com).
    Head coaches or designated official institutional representatives will be required to       Generally, programs include the following:
be with their teams and individuals during the entire practice and tournament rounds.            1. Participant information - IMG College will request information, including rosters,
Coaches will be provided time schedules and be responsible for monitoring pace of                   schedule/results, photos, school quick facts and logos. If your team is Eligible
                                                                                                    for postseason selection, please send all materials that are requested by the date
play, misconduct and the enforcement of the one-ball rule.                                          requested. Programs print on the day selections for the championship are announced.
    Practice facilities will be available during the championships and those competing              If materials are not on file, your school’s information will not be included. IMG College
will be advised of the dates and times when the facilities will be available. Teams or              will attempt to provide proofs for SID approval when time permits. If you are not sure
individuals entered in the NCAA Women’s Golf Championships will not be allowed to                   what/when materials are needed, please contact Mr. Laytham at IMG College.
practice at the site of the super regional or national championship 10 days before the           2. Programs for predetermined sites will include information on the host institution, host
practice round. If individuals or teams do practice on the championships course, they               city and/or host facility. In addition, some programs provide complimentary advertising
will be subject to disqualification by the games committee from participation in the                space. IMG College will contact via e-mail the tournament manager and sports
                                                                                                    information contacts, as listed on the key contact sheets submitted to the NCAA, with
championships. The host institution’s team shall be exempt from this policy, provided               the specifics of what items are needed and when those items are due. Host institution
the championships are conducted on the institution’s home course.                                   pages are subject to NCAA approval.
    Coaches and athletes will not be allowed to walk the course prior to the first day           3. Event-specific historical information, including past champions, records, all-tournament
of the official practice round. However, the driving range and practice greens may be               teams and/or the previous year’s recap.
used if they can be made available by the host institution on the day before the practice        4. Information on the NCAA, including the sport committee.
round. Coaches and student-athletes are not allowed on the course after their practice           5. Feature stories - Not all programs include event/sport-specific features. However, if
round. The practice round will take place on Tuesday, May 10.                                       you have an idea for a feature story, please submit it to Mr. Laytham at IMG College.
    The times will be assigned by the committee. A team may not start a practice round                            Program Supplements and Update Sheets
other than during its designated time or position. Teams are not required to play a             Host institutions for single-day/session championship rounds may choose to
practice round.                                                                               supplement the program with additional information (e.g., updated statistics or updated
    For super regional competition, the driving range and putting green may be used before    game notes) pertaining to the event at its site that day. The cost of producing these
the official practice round if the host institution can have the facilities available.        supplements will be covered by the host institution and will not be expensed to the
                                                                                              NCAA or IMG College, the content must be approved by IMG College prior to the
Programs                                                                                      event and the supplements must be distributed inside and as a part of the program. The
[Reference: Advertising in the Division I General Section and Bylaw 31.1.14.1 in the          cost of the program cannot be raised as a result of the supplement. Once all programs
NCAA Manual.]                                                                                 have been sold, these supplements may be given away or sold at the discretion of the
  IMG College will be responsible for all program production including layout and             host institution, with all potential revenue for such remaining with the host institution.
design, advertising, printing, vending and distribution to the championship sites. No         No advertising of any kind may be sold or placed on the supplements. If supplements
competing publications, whether sold or free of charge, are permitted at NCAA events          are distributed, following the conclusion of the championship event please mail two
without prior permission of the NCAA and IMG College. The championship host                   samples of each supplement to Chad Laytham (IMG College, 904 North Broadway,
should not include expenses or revenues for programs in the championship budget and/          Lexington, KY 40505, ATTN: Chad Laytham).
or financial report. All program contents are subject to NCAA approval.                         For championships that have multiple sessions, matches, events or days, host
                                                                                              institutions may choose or be required by the NCAA to produce update sheets (e.g.,
                               Advertising
                                                                                              heat sheets, lane assignments, pairings). IMG College will contact hosts of those
  Each program will include NCAA corporate champion and partner advertising.                  championships in advance of their events to discuss projected quantities and the paper
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on which update sheets should be printed. The cost of producing the update sheets will                         vi. Please include the event number on the check that is sent
be covered by the host institution and not be expensed to the NCAA or IMG College.                     Please contact Matt Briggs (859/226-4556; matthew.briggs@imgworld.com) at IMG
The first update sheet of the event should be distributed inside and as a part of the                College with any vending-related questions.
program. Subsequent update sheets complement the program and are to be redeemed




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only with a coupon from the program. The cost of the program cannot be raised as a                   Radio
result of the update sheet. Once all programs have been sold, update sheets may be
                                                                                                       Please refer to the NCAA Broadcast Manual policies and guidelines which can be
given away or sold at the discretion of the host institution, with all potential revenue
                                                                                                     found on www.ncaa.com/broadcast.
for such remaining with the host institution. No advertising of any kind may be sold or
placed on the update sheets. If update sheets are distributed, following the conclusion of           Registration
the championship event please mail two samples of each update sheet to Mr. Laytham
(IMG College, 904 North Broadway, Lexington, KY 40505, ATTN: Chad Laytham).                            It is recommended that the registration desk be operated by the host institution and set
                                                                                                     up at the headquarters hotel or golf course. Golf-oriented people should be responsible
  If a host institution would like to supplement the program with additional information,
                                                                                                     for check-in procedures. Registration will be open during the following hours:
or has a question about the update sheets, please contact Matt Briggs at IMG College
(859/226-4556; matthew.briggs@imgworld.com).                                                         Super Regionals.
                                      Program Sales                                                    Evening prior to first round.
   1. Predetermined sites: Will be contacted at least two weeks prior to the event. If you                                               Championships
      have not been contacted within two weeks of your championship, please contact Matt             Tuesday, May 10—TBD
      Briggs (859/226-4556; matthew.briggs@imgworld.com). You will receive your vending
      agreement (contract) and settlement statement prior to the championship.                       Rules
   2. Non-predetermined sites: Once sites are announced, IMG College determines
      how many programs will be sent to each site and will contact the site. Your vending
                                                                                                       Per NCAA Bylaw 17.32, member institutions shall conduct all of their intercollegiate
      agreement (contract) and settlement statement will be e-mailed within one day of your          competition in accordance with the playing rules of the Association in all sports for
      site being selected.                                                                           which the NCAA develops playing rules. For those sports where the Association
   3. Distribution of programs: Programs will be shipped to the host institution at least one        follows rules developed by other governing bodies and modified by the governing sports
      day prior to the event when possible. If your shipping information is different than that      committee, the adopted playing rules shall be used. The governing sports committee
      on the contract please contact Mr. Briggs at IMG College immediately.                          will not consider any results for selection purposes that are not played in accordance
   4. Display of programs: Any posters/banners included with the programs should be hung             with the NCAA rules books, or those rules adopted by an outside organization.
      in a visible location to promote awareness for the programs without obstructing other            The NCAA Women’s Golf Championships shall be conducted according to the
      championship signage.
                                                                                                     USGA Rules of Golf with the conditions listed below. Decisions regarding the Rules of
   5. Collections                                                                                    Golf shall be final and cannot be appealed.
      a. Contracts
           i. Upon site selections, all contracts are e-mailed to each site representative
                                                                                                       The following rules apply to championship competition.
                                                                                                        1. Advice—In addition to the provisions of Rule 8-1, the Note under Rule 8 of the USGA
           ii. A dedicated fax number will be assigned for receiving all signed contracts back
                                                                                                           Rules of Golf will be in effect. Each team may designate two coaches to give advice
                to IMG College (859/226-4575)
                                                                                                           to or ask advice from members of that team. The designated coaches are deemed to
           iii. A IMG College representative will track the return of all signed vending contracts         be part of the side. The coaches must be identified to the games committee before the
                to IMG College.                                                                            start of play. A player may accept verbal and hand signal advice from her institution’s
      b. Settlement Reports                                                                                designated coaches only. Notes, tees and any other items left behind by teammates
           i. Three days after the conclusion of the event, all settlement reports must be                 and/or coaches are prohibited.
                faxed to IMG College (859/226-4575)                                                         a. Before the stipulated round, the designated coaches shall be identified to the games
           ii. The vendor will have two weeks to submit payment to IMG College                                 committee by signing in and shall receive and wear the appropriate credential.
           iii. A IMG College representative will be assigned to track the receipt of all vending           b. The advice is given in a private manner that does not disrupt play.
                settlement reports and payments                                                             c. The coach does not give advice to or ask for advice from another team’s player or
           iv. If payment and/or settlement have not been received within the two-week                         coaches.
                period, IMG College will include the site/ championship on its “No Pay” list sent          Violations
                to the NCAA                                                                                    By a coach—two stroke penalty against the team score for each violation.
           v. Do not combine settlement statements for separate rounds/events or combine                       By a player—two-stroke penalty.
                program settlements with Event 1 merchandise
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2. Misconduct—In addition to the following policies, coaches, administrators and student-                       reasonable amount of time to lift, clean and replace the ball, repair her ball
   athletes should understand the misconduct policies described in the Division II General                      mark and other ball marks on the line of putt, and remove loose impediments
   Championship Information Handbook and NCAA Bylaws 31.02.3, 31.1.8 and 31.1.9.                                on the line of the putt.
    The NCAA Division II Women’s Golf Committee is responsible for assessing all                          f. Rulings or Other Incidents—If a ruling or some other legitimate delay occurs, which




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    penalties.                                                                                               causes the group in question to lose its position, that group is expected to regain its
                                                                                                             position within a reasonable time.
    a. Unsporting conduct—a player will be assessed a two-stroke penalty for
                                                                                                              • Practice between holes is prohibited.
       unsportsmanlike conduct (e.g., willful acts of defacing the golf course, club throwing
       or breaking, abusive language, violation of the tobacco policy, or use of electronic           The USGA Rules of Golf shall be followed along with any Local Rules the games
       devices including cell phones, iPods, etc. during competition).                              committee deems necessary. Members of the respective NCAA golf committees
    b. Second occurrence in the same day—the player will be disqualified for the day.               will be available for interpretations of the Rules and other decisions governing the
    c. Third occurrence any time during tournament—the player will be disqualified from             competition.
       the championships.                                                                           Scoring
    d. Illegal range finders shall result in disqualification for that round.
3. Pace of Play—USGA Rule 6-7 states, in part: “The player shall play without undue                   Scorecards for the women’s golf championships shall be kept in strict accordance
   delay,” and thereafter prescribes penalties for slow play. In order to prevent any such          with Rule 6-6 of the USGA’s “Scoring in Stroke Play.” The scorecard has been returned
   penalty, it is suggested that the following guidelines be carefully reviewed.                    when the player has placed the card in the scorer’s box.
    a. “Out of Position”–The first group to start will be considered out of position if, at any       A daily team score is computed by totaling the lowest scores of four of the five team
       time during the round, the group is behind the prescribed schedule as detailed in            members. The final team score is determined by totaling each daily score.
       the Pace of Play Time Chart provided to the head coaches.
    b. Following group–Any following group will be considered out of position if it:                Spectators
         1) is taking more than the alloted time to play and;
                                                                                                      Anyone other than the two designated coaches are considered spectators. Spectators
         2) reaches the tee of par 3 hole and the hole is clear, fails to clear the tee of the
            par 4 hole before the preceding group clears the putting green, or arrives at
                                                                                                    should remain on cart paths or in the rough and approximately 15 yards from the
            the teeing ground of a par 5 hole when the preceding group is on the putting            players at all times (including practice areas). There may be no communication between
            green.                                                                                  players and spectators that could be deemed advice of any nature for the duration of
         Note: Both1) and 2) must apply for a group to be out of position.                          the tournament (including the practice round). All institutional personnel, with the
    c. Group Out of Position—USGA rules officials have been instructed to inform the                exception of the designated coaches, are considered spectators. Ringers on electronic
       players in a group if they are lagging behind but not yet out of position.                   devices must be turned off. Spectators are asked to refrain from smoking near the
         • Actual timing of an out of position group will be handled by the designated              players. Carts will not be provided for spectators.
            USGA rules officials.
         • Immediately after all players have left the teeing ground, but before any
                                                                                                    Squad Size
            subsequent strokes have been played, one of the aforementioned people will              [Reference: Per Diem and Transportation in the Division II General Section.]
            inform any group that is out of position that it will be monitored and timed.
                                                                                                      Please refer to the NCAA Travel Policies for all information regarding transportation
    d. Monitoring—Any player in a group out of position who takes 40 seconds or more to             and per diem expenses. Travel policies can be found online at http://www.ncaa.org/
       play a stroke will receive a warning for the first violation and will incur a penalty of
       one stroke for the second violation, and disqualification for the third violation under      wps/ncaa?key=/ncaa/ncaa/sports+and+championship/general+information/travel/
       USGA Rule 6-7.                                                                               index.html. An institution may not compete with more than five contestants.
       Note: If the group in question regains its proper position, any previous timings of
       more than 40 seconds will be carried over for the remainder of that round in the
                                                                                                    Stoppage of Play
       event that group requires additional monitoring.                                                The NCAA Division II Women’s Golf Championships are to be 72-hole tournaments,
    e. Timing—The timing of a player’s stroke will begin when the player has had a                  if at all possible, and only the games committee or its designated representatives may
       reasonable opportunity to reach her ball, it is the player’s turn to play and the player     make a decision to shorten the tournament.
       can play without interference or distraction.
                                                                                                    Super Regionals. The games committee will do everything possible to complete 54
         1. Except on the putting green, if a player has reached her ball, it is her turn to play
                                                                                                    holes. If 54 holes cannot be completed, the appropriate committee will advance teams
            and there are no distractions, timing will begin after she has had reasonable
            time to select a club. Time spent walking backward or forward for determining           and individuals by 36-hole scores and criteria used for selection to the championships.
            yardages will count as part of the time taken for the next stroke.                      Championships. The minimum standard for determining the national champion will
         2. On the putting green, timing will begin after a player has been allowed a               be 18 holes. The committee will make every effort to complete 72 holes. This may
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include making a cut to the field.                                                            Use of Logos on Equipment, Uniforms and Apparel
  Regarding unplayable weather or course conditions, the committee or its designated          (Regular Season and Championships Competition)
representatives shall determine whether a round will be canceled or subsequently
continued. Refer to USGA Rule 33-2-d.                                                            A student-athlete may use athletics equipment or wear athletics apparel that bears the




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                                                                                              trademark or logo of an athletics equipment or apparel manufacturer or distributor in
Television                                                                                    athletics competition, provided that in the case of:
                                                                                                 a. Athletics equipment (e.g., shoes, golf gloves, rainsuits and umbrellas): The item bears
  Please refer to the NCAA Broadcast Manual policies and guidelines which can be                    only the manufacturer’s normal label or trademark, as it is used on all such items for
found on www.ncaa.com/broadcast).                                                                   sale to the general public; and
                                                                                                 b. An institution’s official uniform and all other items of apparel (e.g., socks, headbands,
Tickets                                                                                             T-shirts, wristbands, and visors or hats) that are worn by student-athletes in competition
[Reference: Tickets in the Division II General Section and Bylaw 31.1.11 in the NCAA                shall bear a single manufacturer’s or distributor’s normal trademark, not to exceed 21⁄4
Division II Manual.]                                                                                square inches, including any additional material (e.g., patch) surrounding the normal
                                                                                                    trademark or logo. The logo or trademark must be contained within a four-sided
   Ticket prices and policies for the championships are determined by the games                     geometrical figure (i.e., rectangle, square, parallelogram) including any additional
committee (subject to the approval of the respective NCAA golf committee and NCAA                   material (e.g., patch) surrounding the normal trademark or logo.
championships committee or cabinet) in accordance with the host institution’s own                In addition, an institution’s official uniform cannot bear a design element similar
ticket policy. Ticket sales are not required at the championships.                            to the manufacturer’s that is in addition to another logo or that is contrary to the size
Ties                                                                                          restriction.
[Reference: Playoffs procedure in Appendix A.]                                                   A student-athlete representing an institution in intercollegiate competition is limited
                                                                                              to wearing apparel items that include only the logo (not to exceed 21⁄4 square inches)
  For the championships, playoffs (time and weather permitting) will be used for              of an apparel manufacturer or distributor. The student-athlete may not wear any apparel
breaking ties for advancement to the finals. If a playoff is not possible, the tiebreaking    that identifies any other entity, other than the student-athlete’s institution.
procedures outlined in Appendix A will be used.
                                                                                                 These restrictions apply to all apparel worn by student-athletes during the conduct of
  For all championships, sudden death playoffs will be used for breaking ties for the         competition, which includes any precompetition or postcompetition activities.
individual and team championships. If a playoff cannot be completed that day, co-
champions will be named.                                                                         This bylaw will be strictly enforced at all NCAA championships and the names of
                                                                                              individuals and institutions that are not in compliance with this bylaw shall be forwarded
Training Facilities                                                                           to the NCAA enforcement staff.
  Training facilities will be made available to the competing teams by the host               Videotapes, Films and Still Photographs
institution.                                                                                  [Reference: Bylaw 31.6.4.2 in the NCAA Division II Manual.]
Uniforms (Regionals and Finals)                                                                  Institutions are permitted to videotape championships competition by their teams or
[Reference: Bylaw 12.5.4 in the NCAA Division II Manual.]                                     their individual student-athletes for archival, coaching or instructional purposes. Each
                                                                                              institution is permitted to use one camera and may videotape only that portion of the
   Contestants must wear uniforms of the same color during competition or practice.           competition in which it participates. The videotapes may not be used for any commercial
Walking or Bermuda shorts are permitted provided they are team shorts and are of              purposes. An institutional representative shall contact the event coordinator at the host
similar color. The inseam of the shorts must be at least four inches. Players may wear        site to arrange for camera space at that site.
slacks or shorts at the individual’s discretion, provided they are of similar color and
are considered the team uniform. It is recommended that each institution attempt              Web site
to wear a uniform that reflects its school colors during the televised rounds of the
championships.                                                                                  Please refer to the NCAA Broadcast Manual policies and guidelines which can be
                                                                                              found on www.ncaa.com/broadcast.
   In the best interest of intercollegiate golf and the championships, participants must
wear appropriate golf attire at the tournament site. Please refer to the host institution’s
pretournament mailing for the definition of appropriate attire at the golf course.


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                             Appendix A                                                                           Super Regional Tournaments-
                                                                                                        Teams must be determined prior to individuals.
                                                                                          The following system will be used to break ties:
                   Individual and Team Tiebreaking Procedures                             Teams
   Ties shall be broken during a sudden death playoff counting the low four scores           1. Playoff (if conditions and time permit).
(relative to par). The committee will determine the sequence of holes. Time limitations      2.	Cumulative	total	of	all	five	players’	scores	from	all	previous	rounds.
may dictate a shotgun start as determined by the committee. The team playoff will be         3.	Lowest	team	score	for	the	final	round.
conducted first. If a shotgun start is necessary, the following procedure will be used:      4. Lowest team score for the second round.
   Best four scores against par on each hole until a winner is determined.                   5. Committee decision.
   Team tiebreakers (teams will draw for positions):                                      Individuals
     Two teams (A & B; tee off alternately)                                                  1. Playoff (if conditions and time permit).
     #5A,   #5B,    #4A,    #4B,      #3A                                                    2.	Lowest	final	round.
     #3B,   #2A,    #2B,    #1A,      #1B                                                    3. Lowest score for the second round.
                                                                                             4. Committee decision.
      Three teams
      #5A,    #5B,    #5C,     #4A,     #4B,                                                               Tiebreaking Procedures for Pairing Purposes
      #4C,    #3A,    #3B,     #3C,     #2A,                                              Teams
      #2B,    #2C,    #1A,     #1B,     #1C                                                  1.	Cumulative	total	of	all	five	players’	scores	from	all	previous	rounds.
                                                                                             2. Highest individual cumulative total.
                                SHOTGUN FORMAT                                               3. Second highest individual cumulative total.
     Three teams                                                                             4. Third highest individual cumulative total.
     A #5      B #5     C #5   playoff hole 5                                                5. Fourth highest individual cumulative total.
     A #4      B #4     C #4   playoff hole 4                                                6. Lowest cumulative total.
     A #3      B #3     C #3   playoff hole 3                                                7. Committee decision.
     A #2      B #2     C #2   playoff hole 2                                             Individuals (within a team)
     A #1      B #1     C #1   playoff hole 1                                                1. When a tie exists within a team, the individual with the lowest team position will be
     Four teams                                                                                 given the later tee time.
     A #5      B #5     C #5   D #5      playoff hole 5                                      2.	That	round’s	score.
     A #4      B #4     C #4   D #4      playoff hole 4                                      3. Score from previous round(s).
     A #3      B #3     C #3   D #3      playoff hole 3                                      4. Pairings that day will be used.
     A #2      B #2     C #2   D #2      playoff hole 2                                   Individuals
     A #1      B #1     C #1   D #1      playoff hole 1                                      1. Low score of most recent round.




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     Five teams                                                                              2. Low scores next previous round.
     A #5      B #5     C #5   D #5      E #5     playoff hole 5                             3. Pairings that day.
     A #4      B #4     C #4   D #4      E #4     playoff hole 4                             4. Most recent scorecard backwards.
     A #3      B #3     C #3   D #3      E #3     playoff hole 3
     A #2      B #2     C #2   D #2      E #2     playoff hole 2
     A #1      B #1     C #1   D #1      E #1     playoff hole 1                             Note: Tie breaking procedures will be used for super regional advancement only.
     Players will play the numbered position they held at the start of the tournament.
     Play is to be continuous until a winner is determined.




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                           Appendix B                                                                             TWO (SOUTH) REGION

                                                                                    Anderson University (South Carolina)        Lincoln Memorial University
                                NCAA Division II                                    Arkansas Tech University                    Lynn University
                                                                                    University of Arkansas, Monticello          Mars Hill College
                        Women’s Qualifying Regions                                  Armstrong Atlantic State University         University of Montevallo
                                                                                    Barry University                            Mount Olive College
                               ONE (EAST) REGION
                                                                                    Belmont Abbey College                       Newberry College
Ashland University                            Northern Kentucky University          Benedict College                            University of North Carolina at
Bellarmine University                         Northwood University (Michigan)       Brevard College                               Pembroke
California University of Pennsylvania         %Notre Dame College (Ohio)            Carson-Newman College                       North Georgia College & State
Clarion University of Pennsylvania            Oakland City University               Catawba College                               University
Concord University                            *Ohio Dominican University            Christian Brothers University               Nova Southeastern University
Drury University                              Ohio Valley University                Columbus State University                   Ouachita Baptist University
East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania   University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown   Coker College                               Pfeiffer University
Fairmont State University                     Quincy University                     Eckerd College                              **Presbyterian College
Ferris State University                       Rockhurst Universlty                  Erskine College                             Queens University of Charlotte
University of Findlay                         Saint	Joseph’s	College	(Indiana)      Flagler College                             Rollins College
Gannon University                             Seton Hill University                 **Florida Gulf Coast University             **University of South Carolina Upstate
Glenville State College                       **Southern Illinois University,       Florida Institute of Technology             Southern Arkansas University
Grand Valley State University                    Edwardsville                       Florida Southern College                    St.	Andrew’s	Presbyterian	College
University	of	Illinois	at	Springfield         University of Southern Indiana        Harding University                          Saint Leo University
University of Indianapolis                    Tiffin	University                     Henderson State University                  University of Tampa
Kentucky Wesleyan College                     Urbana University                     King College                                Tusculum College
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania           &Ursuline College                     &Lambuth University                         University of West Florida
Lake Erie College                             &Walsh University                     Lenoir-Rhyne University                     University of West Georgia
Lake Superior State University                West Chester University of            Limestone College                           Wingate University
Le Moyne College                                 Pennsylvania                       &Lindenwood University
Lewis University                              West Liberty University
&Malone University                            West Virginia State University
Mercyhurst College                            West Virginia Wesleyan College
Millersville University of Pennsylvania       Wheeling Jesuit University
University of Missouri, St. Louis             %William Jewell College




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                            THREE (CENTRAL) REGION                                                                      FOUR (WEST) REGION

Adams State College                         University of Nebraska at Kearney       Angelo State University                             Northeastern State University
Augustana College (South Dakota)            **University of North Dakota            *University of Arkansas, Fort Smith                 Northwest Missouri State University
Bemidji State University                    Northern State University               &California Baptist University                      Oklahoma Panhandle State University
&Black Hills State University               Regis University (Colorado)             California State University, Chico                  **Seattle University
Chadron State College                       %University of Sioux Falls              California State University, Monterey Bay           Sonoma State University
Colorado Christian University               St. Cloud State University              Cameron University                                  Southwestern Oklahoma State
Colorado State University at Pueblo         **University of South Dakota            University of Central Oklahoma                        University
Concordia University, St. Paul              &South Dakota School of the Mines       Dallas Baptist University                           St.	Edward’s	University
Mesa State College                          Southwest Minnesota State University    *Dominican University of California                 St.	Martin’s	University
Minnesota State University, Mankato         Upper Iowa University                   East Central University                             St.	Mary’s	University	(Texas)
Minnesota State University, Moorhead        Wayne State College (Nebraska)          Fort Hays State University                          Tarleton State University
University of Minnesota, Crookston          Western New Mexico University           Grand Canyon University                             Texas A&M International University
%Minot State University                     Winona State University                 University of Hawaii at Hilo                        Texas A&M University- Commerce
                                                                                    University of the Incarnate Word                    Texas A&M University-Kingsville
                                                                                    Lincoln University (Missouri)                       Truman State University
                                                                                    Midwestern State University                         West Texas A&M University
                                                                                    Missouri Western State University                   Western Washington University
                                                                                    Montana State University-Billings
                                                                                    University of Nebraska at Omaha
                                                                                    Newman University


                                                                                   &Candidacy Year One Member - not eligible for the championship.
                                                                                   %Candidacy Year Two Member - not eligible for the championship.
                                                                                   * Provisional member - not eligible for the championship.
                                                                                   ** Reclassifying institution - not eligible for the championship.
                                                                                   ***Tentatively unavailable for the championship.
                                                                                   ^NCAA/NAIA Joint Declaration - not eligible for the championship.
                                                                                   Note: List current as of September 1, 2010.




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