College Conferences Roundup: See Who Qualified For Regionals In Week Two

Conferences are a wrap!

College Conferences concluded this weekend as the second batch of teams qualified for Regionals, and some Division III teams qualified for DIII Nationals. Check out the results from the weekend, organized by Region and Division. Feel free to send us a short (<200 words) recap of your tournament — we’ll add it to the article! Last weekend’s results are here.

* indicates Nationals berth


Men’s D-I

South New England

1. Massachusetts
2. Brown
3. Rhode Island

UMass had little trouble claiming the top spot out of the South New England Conference, beating Brown 15-9.

Metro Boston Dev

1. Tufts (B)


Men’s D-III


1. St. John’s
2. Carleton GOP
3. Macalester
4. St. John’s

A surprise qualification for Macalester.


Men’s D-I

Northwest DIII

2. Whitman

Whitman finished in second place at the Northwest DIII Conferences, sending them to D-I Regionals. The winner, Lewis & Clark, earned a berth to D-III Nationals.

Women’s D-I


1. Oregon
2. UBC
3. Washington
4. Western Washington
5. Victoria
6. Oregon State
7. Portland State

Washington came close to an upset over Oregon, losing 13-12, but otherwise this incredibly competitive Conference went totally chalk in round robin play. There were no upsets.

Men’s D-III

Northwest DIII

1. Lewis & Clark*

Lewis & Clark was dominant and took advantage of a tired Whitman (who had just won 13-12 in semis over Puget Sound) to take the Northwest DIII crown and a spot at Nationals with a 13-6 victory. Puget Sound lost to both finalists by just one point (Whitman in semis, Lewis & Clark in pool play).

Women’s D-III

Northwest DIII

1. Puget Sound*

Puget Sound dominated the five team field to take the bid to DIII Nationals.


Men’s D-I

Ohio Valley Dev

1. Pittsburgh (B)

Pitt-B might be the country’s best developmental team. They’ll win some games at Regionals.


Men’s D-I

Rocky Mountain

1. Colorado
2. Colorado State

As expected, Colorado and Colorado State advanced to Regionals with little resistance. Colorado beat CSU 11-7 to win the Conference.

Women’s D-I

Rocky Mountain

1. Colorado
2. Colorado College
3. Colorado State
4. Denver

Colorado blitzed the five team conference to take the Rocky Mountain title, closing out the round robin play with an 11-5 win over Colorado College.

Women’s D-III

1. Rice*
2. Truman State*

Although their qualification for DIII Nationals was never in question, Rice and Truman State met twice for seeding and bragging rights. 2 seed Rice was clearly the better team, landing 13-6 and 15-9 wins to take the South Central crown.


Men’s D-I


1. UC Santa Barbara
2. Cal Poly SLO
3. UC San Diego
4. San Diego State
5. Pomona
6. USC

A very exciting SoCal Conferences sets up what should be a thrilling Southwest Regional. UCSB took home the top spot with a one point win, 14-13, over Cal Poly SLO in the final. Both UCSD and San Diego State played well; UCSD almost upset SLO in semis and SDSU beat SLO in pool play.

Women’s D-I


3. USC
4. Cal Poly SLO
5. San Diego State
6. UC Santa Barbara
7. UC Irvine

UCLA was a step above the rest of a strong SoCal Conference, claiming an 11-6 victory over USC in the final. UCSD and USC — both in the hunt for a bid to Nationals — split their two meetings.

Southwest Dev

1. UCLA (B)

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