NAIA national softball championship

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National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Women's Softball Championship

Year Champion Score Defeated Location
1981 Sam Houston State (Texas) 1-0 Emporia State (Kan.) Conroe, Texas
1982 Missouri Western 5-0 St. Francis (Ill.) Kearney, Nebraska
1983 Emporia State (Kan.) 9-2 Kearney State (Neb.) Kearney, Nebraska
1984 Emporia State (Kan.) 1-0 Quincy (Ill.) Indianapolis, Indiana
1985 Quincy (Ill.) 4-2 Washburn (Kan.) Indianapolis, Indiana
1986 St. Mary's, Texas 2-1 (9 innings) Oklahoma City San Antonio, Texas
1987 Kearney State (Neb.) 1-0 Francis Marion (S.C.) Kearney, Nebraska
1988 Pacific Lutheran (Wash.) 2-0 (10 innings) Minnesota-Duluth Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
1989 Saginaw Valley State (Mich.) 3-0 Kearney State (Neb.) Midland, Michigan
1990 Kearney State (Neb.) 6-3 (8 innings) Pacific Lutheran (Wash.) Pensacola, Florida
1991 Hawaii Loa 5-1 Puget Sound (Wash.) Columbia, Missouri
1992 Pacific Lutheran (Wash.) 3-2 Kennesaw State (Ga.) Pensacola, Florida
1993 West Florida 4-2 Oklahoma City Columbia, Missouri
1994 Oklahoma City 3-1 Athens State (Ala.) Columbia, Missouri
1995 Oklahoma City 3-1 Puget Sound (Wash.) Columbia, Missouri
1996 Oklahoma City 9-1 Shawnee State (Ohio) Decatur, Alabama
1997 Oklahoma City 12-0 Athens State (Ala.) Decatur, Alabama
1998 Western Washington 5-1 Simon Fraser (B.C.) Tulsa, Oklahoma
1999 Simon Fraser (B.C.) 7-3 Oklahoma City Jupiter, Florida
2000 Oklahoma City 5-1 Azusa Pacific (Calif.) Decatur, Alabama
2001 Oklahoma City 5-3 Simon Fraser (B.C.) Decatur, Alabama
2002 Oklahoma City 2-1 (8 innings) Point Loma Nazarene (Calif.) Decatur, Alabama
2003 Simon Fraser (B.C.) 3-1 Mobile (Ala.) Decatur, Alabama
2004 Thomas (Ga.) 5-4 Simon Fraser (B.C.) Decatur, Alabama
2005 Simon Fraser (B.C.) 7-0 California Baptist Decatur, Alabama
2006 Mobile (Ala.) 4-1 California Baptist Decatur, Alabama
2007 Oklahoma City 7-2 Point Loma Nazarene (Calif.) Decatur, Alabama
2008 Lubbock Christian 2-1 Mobile (Ala.) Decatur, Alabama
2009 California Baptist 3-2 St. Gregory's (Ok.) Decatur, Alabama
2010 Simon Fraser (B.C.) 4-3 Oklahoma City Decatur, Alabama
2011 Oregon Tech 1-0 California Baptist Gulf Shores, Alabama
2012 Shorter (GA) 1–0 Oklahoma City Gulf Shores, Alabama
2013 Concordia Irvine 8–3 Spring Hill (AL) Columbus, Georgia
2014 Auburn Montgomery 10–6* William Carey (MS) Columbus, Georgia
  • * = 1st ever "if necessary" game after William Carey came out of losers' bracket to defeat Auburn Montgomery in first championship game of the double-elimination tournament.

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