2019 DII NCAA XC Championships Automatic Qualifying Teams

The 2019 DII NCAA XC Regionals went down on Saturday at eight meets across the country as teams and individuals looked to punch their tickets to nationals on Nov. 23 in Sacramento.

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With the top three teams in each region automatically advancing to NCAAs, we know 24 of the 34 teams who will be competing at the 2019 national championships. (The final 10 teams for each gender and the 24 individual qualifiers will be announced in the coming days.) 

SOUTH

MEN

1. Alabama-Huntsville

2. Lee (Tenn.)

3. Saint Leo

WOMEN

1. Lee (Tenn.)

2. Tampa

3. Saint Leo

SOUTHEAST

MEN

1. Queens (N.C.)

2. Augusta

3. Mount Olive

WOMEN

1. Queens (N.C.)

2. Flagler

3. Wingate

MIDWEST

MEN

1. Grand Valley State

2. Michigan Tech

3. Southern Indiana

WOMEN

1. Grand Valley State

2. Michigan Tech

3. Walsh

CENTRAL

MEN

1. Missouri Southern

2. NW Missouri

3. Augustana (S.D.)

WOMEN

1. Augustana (S.D.)

2. U-Mary

3. Pittsburg State

WEST

MEN

1. Chico State

2. Cal Poly Pomona

3. Cal St. San Marcos

WOMEN

1. Chico State

2. Northwest Nazarene

3. Cal St. East Bay

ATLANTIC

MEN

1. Charleston (W.V.)

2. Edinboro

3. Davis & Elkins

WOMEN

1. Edinboro

2. Davis & Elkins

3. Seton Hill

EAST

MEN

1. Roberts Wesleyan

2. American International

3. Stonehill

WOMEN

1. Stonehill

2. Roberts Wesleyan

3. Southern New Hampshire

SOUTH CENTRAL

MEN

1. Colorado Mines

2. Western Colorado

3. Adams State

WOMEN

1. Adams State

2. Colorado Mines

3. Western Colorado

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