Division 2 Football Schools

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List Of Division 2 Schools

Division 2 Colleges Football

Division 2 football schools (D-II) differ from D-I schools in several different ways including:

1.In division 2 schools, there are fewer college athletic scholarships available requiring many ncaa division 2 football players to pay for college either out-of-pocket or by getting other types of financial aid, which can be as lucrative as a football scholarship.

2. Div2 football schools typically have more in state and local football athletes typically have

3. Regional  rivalries are a main focus.

NCAA Division II Institutions

Division 2 Schools Football

Alabama
Alabama-Huntsville
North Alabama
Montevallo
Miles
Stillman
Tuskegee
West Alabama

Alaska
Alaska Anchorage
Alaska Fairbanks

Arizona
Grand Canyon

Arkansas
Arkansas-Fort Smith
Arkansas-Monticello
Arkansas Tech
Harding
Henderson State
Ouachita Baptist
Southern Arkansas

California
UC San Diego
Cal Poly Pomona
Cal State Dominguez Hills
Cal State East Bay
Cal State L.A.
Cal State Monterey Bay
Cal State San Bernardino
Cal State Stanislaus
Chico State
Dominican (Calif.)
Humboldt State
Notre Dame de Namur
San Francisco State
Sonoma State

Colorado
Adams State
Colorado Christian
Colorado-Colorado Springs
Colorado Mines
Colorado State-Pueblo
Fort Lewis
Mesa State
Metropolitan State
Regis
Western State

Connecticut
Bridgeport
New Haven
Post
Southern Connecticut State

Delaware
Goldey-Beacom
Wilmington

District of Columbia
District of Columbia

Florida
Barry
Eckerd
Flagler
Florida Southern
Florida Tech
Lynn
Nova Southeastern
Palm Beach Atlantic
Rollins
Saint Leo
St.Thomas
Tampa
West Florida

Georgia
Albany State
Armstrong Atlantic State
Augusta State
Clark Atlanta
Clayton College & State
Columbus State
Fort Valley State
Georgia College & State
Georgia Southwestern
Morehouse
North Georgia College & State
Paine
Valdosta State
West Georgia

Hawaii
Brigham Young-Hawaii
Chaminade
Hawaii Hilo
Hawaii Pacific

Idaho
Northwest Nazarene

Illinois
Illinois Springfield
Lewis
Quincy

Indiana
Indianapolis
St. Joseph’s (Ind.)
Oakland City
Southern Indiana

Iowa
Upper Iowa

Kansas
Emporia State
Fort Hays State
Newman
Pittsburg State
Washburn

Kentucky
Bellarmine
Kentucky State
Kentucky Wesleyan
Northern Kentucky

Maryland
Bowie State
Washington Adventist

Massachusetts
American International
Assumption
Bentley
Massachusetts-Lowell Merrimack
Stonehill

Michigan
Ferris State
Grand Valley State
Hillsdale
Lake Superior State
Michigan Tech
Northern Michigan
Northwood
Saginaw Valley State
Wayne State (Mich.)

Minnesota
Bemidji State
Concordia
Minnesota St.-Mankato
Minnesota-Crookston
Minnesota-Duluth
Minnesota State-Moorhead
St. Cloud State
Southwest Minnesota State
Winona State

Mississippi
Delta State

Missouri
Central Missouri State
Drury
Lincoln
Maryville
Missouri S&T
Missouri St. Louis
Missouri Southern
Missouri Western
Northwest Missouri State
Rockhurst
Southwest Baptist
Truman State

Montana
Montana State Billings

Nebraska
Chadron State
Nebraska Kearney
Nebraska Omaha
Wayne State (Neb.)

New Hampshire
Franklin Pierce
St. Anselm
Southern New Hampshire

New Jersey
Bloomfield
Caldwell
Felician
Georgian Court

New Mexico
Eastern New Mexico
New Mexico Highlands
Western New Mexico

New York
Adelphi
Concordia (N.Y.)
Dominican
Dowling
LeMoyne
LIU C.W. Post
Mercy
Molloy
New York Tech
Nyack
Pace
Queens (N.Y.)
St. Rose
St. Thomas Aquinas

North Carolina
Barton
Belmont Abbey
Brevard
Catawba
Chowan
Elizabeth City State
Fayetteville State
Johnson C. Smith
Lenoir Rhyne
Lees McRae
Livingstone
Mars Hill
Mount Olive
North Carolina-Pembroke
Pfeiffer
Queens (N.C.)
St. Andrews
St. Augustine’s
Shaw
Wingate

North Dakota
Mary
North Dakota

Ohio
Ashland
Central State (Ohio)
Findlay
Lake Erie
Tiffin

Oklahoma
Cameron
Central Oklahoma
East Central
Northeastern State
Oklahoma Panhandle St.
Southeastern Oklahoma State
Southwestern Oklahoma State

Oregon
Western Oregon

Pennsylvania
Bloomsburg
California (Pa.)
Clarion
Chestnut Hill
Cheyney
East Stroudsburg
Edinboro
Gannon
Holy Family
Indiana (Pa.)
Kutztown
Lincoln (PA)
Lock Haven
Mansfield
Mercyhurst
Millersville
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh-Johnstown
Seton Hill
Shippensburg
Slippery Rock
U. of Sciences
in Philadelphia
West Chester

Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico-Bayamon
Puerto Rico-Cayey
Puerto Rico-Humacao
Puerto Rico-Mayaguez
Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras

South Carolina
Anderson
Benedict
Claflin
Coker
Converse
Erskine
Francis Marion
Lander
Limestone
Newberry
North Greenville
South Carolina-Aiken

South Dakota
Augustana
Northern State

Tennessee
Carson Newman
Christian Brothers
King
Lane
LeMoyne Owen
Lincoln Memorial
Tusculum

Texas
Abilene Christian
Angelo State
Dallas Baptist
Incarnate Word
Midwestern State
St. Edward’s
St. Mary’s
Tarleton State
Texas A&M-Commerce
Texas A&M-International
Texas A&M-Kingsville
Texas Woman’s University
UT-Permian Basin
West Texas A&M

Utah
Dixie State

Vermont
St. Michael’s

Virginia
Saint Paul’s
Virginia State
Virginia Union

Washington
Central Washington
St. Martin’s
Seattle Pacific
Western Washington

West Virginia
Alderson Broaddus
Bluefield State
Charleston
Concord
Davis & Elkins
Fairmont State
Glenville State
Ohio Valley
Salem International
Shepherd
West Liberty State
West Virginia State
West Virginia Wesleyan
Wheeling Jesuit

Wisconsin
UW-Parkside

(list of schools courtesy of http://www.niles-hs.k12.il.us)

 

Football by the Numbers Table

Schools Offering Football
NCAA Division I-A 120
NCAA Division I-AA 118
NCAA Division II 157
NCAA Division III 239
NAIA 91
Junior College 69
Total 794
Athletic Scholarship Opportunities
Division I-A(per school) 85
Division I-AA(per school) 63
Division II(per school) 36
NAIA 24
NJCAA (*varies per school) 85
Student-Athlete Participation
NCAA Division I-A 14,146
NCAA Division I-AA 11,958
NCAA Division II 15,655
NCAA Division III 23,120
NAIA 5,556
Junior College 5,031
HS Student-Athletes 1,109,278


Division II Stats Averages Table

The following are averages stats for Division II football players. It is important to remember that these are only averages that you should shoot for in your Freshman and Sophomore seasons.  Some  D-II players will have higher stats and some will have slightly lower stats, but generally a player who eventually lands a Div 2 college athletic scholarship  will fall within these ranges.


Preferred Grades for All Divisions:3.0 GPA + 24 ACT + 1000 SAT (out of 1600)

(tables courtesy NCSASports.org)



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