While the 2021 DII women’s basketball tournament will be played, it’ll certainly look different. The bracket will consist of 48 teams instead of the usual 64. 

Teams that win their conference tournament receive an automatic bid to the DII women’s basketball championship. NCAA.com is tracking every conference tournament. You can follow each one in the table below.

Note that seven of the 23 conferences are not represented in the table. That’s because they canceled their respective tournaments. Those seven are the CCAA, CIAA, GNAC, NE10, PSAC, SIAC and SSC.

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The complete schedule and champion from every DII women’s basketball conference tournament: 

CACC March 3-7 Highest remaining seed  
Conference Carolinas March 1-7 Highest remaining seed  
ECC March 3-7 Highest remaining seed  
GAC March 1-7  Highest remaining seed  
GLIAC March 2-7 Hammond, IN  
GLVC March 3-7 Highest remaining seed  
G-MAC March 2-6 Highest remaining seed  
GSC March 2-7 Neutral site (TBD)  
LSC March 2-6 Highest remaining seed  
MEC March 1-8 Wheeling, WV  
MIAA March 3-6 Highest remaining seed  
NSIC Feb. 25-28 Sioux Falls, SD Minnesota Duluth
PacWest March 4-6 Fresno, CA  
PBC March 4-7 Highest remaining seed  
RMAC March 2-6 Highest remaining seed  
SAC Feb. 27 – March 7 Highest remaining seed  


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