Championships

Planning for fall championships continues despite COVID-19

The planning for the 2020 fall NCAA championships is moving forward with the idea to prepare for adjustments in these unpredictable times.

DII Presidents Council lowers maximum, minimum number of contests

For the 2020-21 academic year, the number of contests required in DII for sport sponsorship and championships selection, as well as the maximum number of contests allowed, will be reduced as a result of financial impacts from COVID-19.

DI women’s basketball announces use of NET in 2020-21

Beginning with the upcoming 2020-21 season the NCAA Evaluation Tool be used to measure a team’s quality and help evaluate team resumes for selection and seeding in the Division I Women’s Basketball Championship.

NCAA cancels remaining winter and spring championships

Today, NCAA President Mark Emmert and the Board of Governors canceled the Division I men’s and women’s 2020 basketball tournaments, as well as all remaining winter and spring NCAA championships. This decision is based on the evolving COVID...

Championship bid portal opens

A coordinated process for NCAA championship bids in all three divisions will be used to award more than 500 preliminary and final host sites for the 2022-23 through 2025-26 academic years.

Combined championships for NCAA basketball planned

The NCAA announced that the national championships for Divisions I, II and III men’s and women’s basketball will be celebrated as combined championship events in Atlanta during the 2020 NCAA Men’s Final Four and in Dallas as part of the 2023 NCAA Women’s Final Four.

NCAA announces DI men’s ice hockey regional sites for 2020 and 2021

The NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Committee has announced the host sites for the 2020 and 2021 Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Championship regionals.

Championship watches help commemorate the time of their lives

The NCAA presents a commemorative watch to all members of each national title-winning team in 88 of its 90 championships.

FCS championship will stay in Frisco through 2025, with option for 2026

The NCAA has agreed to a five-year extension with Frisco, Texas, to continue holding the Division I Football Championship title game at Toyota Stadium, hosted by the Southland Conference, the city of Frisco and Hunt Sports Ventures.

DII football championship game set for McKinney, Texas

The NCAA Division II Football Committee has selected the city of McKinney, Texas, and the Lone Star Conference as hosts for the 2018 Division II football national championship game.

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