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NJCAA D2 National Tournament Field Set

By Brad Winton, JuCo Recruiting, 03/11/13, 12:45PM EDT


The sixteen district championships are complete and the field is set for the NJCAA D2 Championship in Danville, IL on March 19-23.  Defending national champ Mott CC will be back to defend their title and are viewed by many as the favorite to repeat. Mott features one of the best players at the NJCAA D2 level in Fred Mattison, who averaged 17 points and 10 rebounds per game this season. Louisburg CC, who finished ranked #1 in the country in the final NJCAA D2 poll, is in the field and will be looking to make a run. Owens CC has qualified as well and features heavily recruited forward James Kelly.

Here is a look at the 16 teams who qualified (per

District 1 (Region 1)Phoenix College, Ariz. (20-12)
District 2 (Regions 3, 21)Monroe Community College, N.Y. (29-3)
District 3 (Region 4A)South Suburban College, Ill. (30-3)
District 4 (Region 4B)Moraine Valley Community College, Ill. (28-5)
District 5 (Region 6)Brown Mackie College, Kan. (26-5)
District 6 (Region 8, 10)Louisburg College, N.C. (32-1)
District 7 (Regions 9, 13)Central Community College-Columbus, Neb. (19-13)
District 8 (Region 11)Iowa Lakes Community College (26-6)
District 9 (Region 12W): Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. (21-8)
District 10 (Region 12E): Mott Community College, Mich. (29-3)
District 11 (Region 12S): Owens Community College, Ohio (24-8)
District 12 (Regions 15, 19): Essex County College, N.J. (25-6)
District 13 (Regions 2, 16): MCC-Penn Valley, Mo. (22-11)
District 14 (Region 20A): Cecil College, Md. (16-14)
District 15 (Region 20B): Howard Community College, Md. (16-12)
District 16 (Region 24): Rend Lake College, Ill. (26-3)

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