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2010 NCAA Division II football season

 

2010 NCAA Division II football season

The 2010 NCAA Division II football season, part of National Collegiate Athletic Association at the Division II level, began on September 4, 2010, and concluded with the NCAA Division II Football Championship on December 18, 2010 at Braly Municipal Stadium in Florence, Alabama, hosted by the University of North Alabama. The Minnesota–Duluth Bulldogs defeated the Delta State Statesmen, 20–17, to win their second Division II national title.[2]

The Harlon Hill Trophy was awarded to Eric Czerniewski, quarterback from Central Missouri.

Contents

  • Conference standings 1
  • Conference summaries 2
  • Postseason 3
    • Seeded teams 3.1
    • Playoff bracket 3.2
  • References 4

Conference standings

2010 Lone Star Conference football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
North
Northeastern State x   5 1         6 5  
East Central   5 1         5 6  
Eastern New Mexico   3 3         5 6  
SW Oklahoma State   3 3         3 8  
SE Oklahoma State   2 4         3 8  
Texas A&M-Commerce   2 4         3 8  
Central Oklahoma   1 5         2 9  
South
#8 Abilene Christian x^   6 0         11 1  
#9 Texas A&M-Kingsville ^   5 1         10 2  
#18 West Texas A&M ^   4 2         8 4  
Midwestern State   3 3         8 4  
Tarleton State   2 4         3 8  
Angelo State   1 5         5 5  
Incarnate Word   1 5         3 8  
  • $ – Conference champion
  • x – Division champion/co-champions
Rankings from AFCA Poll
2010 Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
#3 NW Missouri St. $^   9 0         12 1  
#5 Central Missouri ^   8 1         11 3  
Washburn   6 3         8 4  
#24 Missouri Western ^   6 3         8 4  
Nebraska-Omaha   5 4         5 6  
Pittsburg State   3 6         6 6  
Emporia State   3 6         5 6  
Missouri Southern State   2 7         4 7  
Truman State   2 7         4 7  
Fort Hays State   1 8         3 8  
  • $ – Conference champion
  • ^ – Division II playoff participant
Rankings from AFCA Poll

2010 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
#19 Colorado Mines $^   8 1         9 3  
#23 Neb.–Kearney $   8 1         9 2  
CSU–Pueblo   7 2         9 2  
Chadron State   7 2         8 3  
Adams State   4 5         5 6  
Western New Mexico   3 6         4 7  
Mesa State   3 6         3 7  
Fort Lewis   3 6         3 7  
Western State (CO)   1 8         1 10  
New Mexico Highlands   1 8         1 10  
  • $ – Conference champion
  • ^ – Division II playoff participant
Rankings from AFCA Poll

Conference summaries

Conference Champions

Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association – Shaw
Great Lakes Football Conference – Saint Joseph's (IN), Missouri S&T, and Urbana
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference – Grand Valley State
Great Northwest Athletic Conference – Central Washington
Gulf South Conference – Delta State, Henderson State, and Valdosta State
Lone Star Conference – Abilene Christian
Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association – Northwest Missouri State
Northeast-10 Conference – American International, New Haven, and Southern Connecticut State
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference – Minnesota–Duluth
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference – Mercyhurst
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference – Colorado Mines and Nebraska–Kearney
South Atlantic Conference – Wingate
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference – Albany State
West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference – Shepherd

Postseason

2010 NCAA Division II National
Football Championship playoffs
Teams 24
Finals Site Braly Municipal Stadium
Florence, AL
Champions Minnesota–Duluth (2nd title)
Runner-Up Delta State (2nd championship game)
Semifinalists Northwest Missouri State
Shepherd

The 2010 NCAA Division II Football Championship playoffs were the 37th single-elimination tournament to determine the national champion of men's NCAA Division II college football. The championship game was held at Braly Municipal Stadium in Florence, Alabama for the 23rd time.

Seeded teams

Playoff bracket

  First Round
November 20
Campus Sites
    Second Round
November 27
Campus Sites
    Quarterfinals
December 4
Campus Sites
    Semifinals
December 11
Campus Sites
    National Championship Game
December 18
Braly Municipal Stadium,
Florence, Alabama
                                               
       Minnesota–Duluth 20  
   St. Cloud State 42      St. Cloud State 17    
   Hillsdale 28          Minnesota–Duluth 24  
Super Region 3      Augustana (SD) 13    
       Augustana (SD) 38    
   Grand Valley State 35      Grand Valley State 6  
   Colorado Mines 13  
     Minnesota–Duluth 17  
     NW Missouri State 13    
       Abilene Christian 41      
   Central Missouri 55      Central Missouri 55    
   West Texas A&M 35          Central Missouri 20  
Super Region 4      NW Missouri State 37  
       Texas A&M–Kingsville 31    
   NW Missouri State 28      NW Missouri State 35  
   Mo. Western State 24  
     Minnesota–Duluth 20
     Delta State 17
       Albany State (GA) 30      
   Wingate 63      Wingate 28    
   Morehouse 41          Albany State (GA) 7  
Super Region 2      Delta State 28    
       Delta State 47    
   North Alabama 43      North Alabama 24  
   Valdosta State 20  
     Delta State 29  
     Shepherd 17  
       Kutztown 34      
   Shepherd 40      Shepherd 41    
   Shaw 6          Shepherd 49  
Super Region 1      Mercyhurst 14  
       Mercyhurst 28    
   Bloomsburg 28      Bloomsburg 14  
   California (PA) 26  

Home team    † Overtime

References

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