Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference

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Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference
(NSIC)
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference logo
Established 1932
Association NCAA
Division Division II
Members 16
Sports fielded 18 (men's: 8; women's: 10)
Region West North Central States
Former names Northern Teachers Athletic Conference (1932–1942)
State Teacher's College Conference of Minnesota (1942–1962)
Northern Intercollegiate Conference (1962–1992)
Northern Sun Conference (women's, 1979–1992)
Headquarters Saint Paul, Minnesota
Commissioner Butch Raymond (since 2005)
Website northernsun.org
Locations
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference locations

The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) is a collegiate athletic conference which operates in the western Midwestern United States. Nine of its members are in Minnesota, with three members in South Dakota, two members in North Dakota, and one member each in the states of Iowa and Nebraska.[1] It participates in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)'s Division II level. It was founded in 1932.[2] With the recent NSIC expansion, the original six member schools have been reunited.[3] With the inclusion of the several new member institutions, it is one of the largest Division II conferences in the country with 16 members.

The conference sponsors 18 sports;[4] ten for women and eight for men. Both men and women compete in basketball, cross country, golf, and indoor and outdoor track and field. Men compete in baseball, football, and wrestling. Women compete in soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, and volleyball.

History[edit]

The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference was founded in 1932[2] as the Northern Teachers Athletic Conference. Charter members included Bemidji State Teachers College (Bemidji State University), Duluth State Teachers College (University of Minnesota Duluth), Mankato State Teachers College (Minnesota State University, Mankato), Moorhead State Teachers College (Minnesota State University Moorhead), St. Cloud State Teachers College (St. Cloud State University), and Winona State Teachers College (Winona State University). In 1942 the conference name was changed to the State Teacher's College Conference of Minnesota.[3] The conference switched its name to the Northern Intercollegiate Conference (NIC) in 1962.[3] In the spring of 1992 the NSIC was formed out of the merger of the NIC, the men's conference, and the women's Northern Sun Conference (NSC). The NSC had existed since 1979.[5]

In the 1998-99 academic year, the NSIC became an expanded eight-team league from a previous seven-member conference by adding Wayne State College, and in 1999-2000 became a 10-member conference by adding Concordia University, St. Paul, and the University of Minnesota Crookston. The conference existed as an eight-member league from 2004-05 until 2005-06 with the departure of the University of Minnesota Duluth to the now defunct North Central Conference, and the University of Minnesota Morris to NCAA Division III.

In 2007 the NSIC Board of Directors voted to expand the conference to 14 schools.[3] League presidents voted to accept into membership Augustana College, St. Cloud State University, the University of Minnesota Duluth, and Minnesota State University, Mankato.[3] These four schools were members of the North Central Conference which disbanded after the 2007-2008 academic year.[3] They became official members of the NSIC on July 1, 2008.

On January 20, 2010 the NSIC Board of Directors voted to expand the conference again, this time to 16 members. The league accepted into membership the University of Sioux Falls and Minot State University. Both schools moved from the NAIA, with USF leaving the Great Plains Athletic Conference, and Minot State leaving the Dakota Athletic Conference. The two schools became active members in the 2012-13 academic year.

The NSIC and its member institutions have been members of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Mankato State won wrestling national titles in 1958 and 1959, while Moorhead State won a wrestling national title in 1964.[6] 41 wrestlers have claimed individual national titles in wrestling[6] Nine individuals have won national titles in Men's Swimming and Diving.[7] Northern State claimed national titles in women's basketball in 1992 and 1994.[8] Seven individuals have won individual titles in men's indoor track and field.[9] Four individuals have won national titles in women's indoor track and field.[9] 11 athletes have won national titles in men's outdoor track and field.[10] Six female athletes have won individual titles in outdoor track and field.[11] Winona State won two team titles in women's gymnastics. In 1992, the NSIC entered the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). In the Fall of 1995, the NSIC and its member institutions became eligible for championship competition in the NCAA Division II ranks. The Northern Sun earned its first Division II national championship in a team sport sponsored by the conference when Winona State won the men's basketball championship in 2005-06.[12]

Since becoming affiliated with NCAA Division II, NSIC members have won 13 team national championships and has also crowned 47 individual national champions.

The highest-ranking team in the NSIC in football that does not make the playoffs plays in the Mineral Water Bowl in Excelsior Springs, Missouri, against the highest-ranking team from the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association that does not make the playoffs.[13]

Member Schools[edit]

Current members[edit]

Institution Location Founded Enrollment Nickname Colors Joined
North Division
Bemidji State University Bemidji, Minnesota 1919 5,365 Beavers           1932
University of Mary Bismarck, North Dakota 1959 2,758 Marauders           2006
Minnesota State University Moorhead Moorhead, Minnesota 1888 7,497 Dragons           1932
University of Minnesota Crookston Crookston, Minnesota 1906 2,775 Golden Eagles           1999
University of Minnesota Duluth Duluth, Minnesota 1902 11,729 Bulldogs           1932;
1975;
2008
Minot State University Minot, North Dakota 1913 3,842 Beavers           2012
Northern State University Aberdeen, South Dakota 1901 3,622 Wolves           1978
St. Cloud State University St. Cloud, Minnesota 1869 17,231 Huskies           1932;
2008
South Division
Augustana College Sioux Falls, South Dakota 1860 1,745 Vikings           2008
Concordia University, St. Paul Saint Paul, Minnesota 1893 2,800 Golden Bears           1999
Minnesota State University, Mankato Mankato, Minnesota 1868 15,649 Mavericks           1932;
1978;
2008
University of Sioux Falls Sioux Falls, South Dakota 1883 1,576 Cougars           2012
Southwest Minnesota State University Marshall, Minnesota 1967 3,700 Mustangs           1969
Upper Iowa University Fayette, Iowa 1857 3,600 Peacocks           2006
Wayne State College Wayne, Nebraska 1910 3,571 Wildcats           1998
Winona State University Winona, Minnesota 1858 8,631 Warriors           1932
  • Minnesota–Duluth — left the NSIC in 1951, re-joined in 1975 to leave again in 2004, and re-joined again in 2008.
  • Minnesota State–Mankato — left the NSIC in 1968, re-joined in 1978 to leave again in 1981, and re-joined again in 2008.
  • St. Cloud State — left the NSIC in 1981, and re-joined in 2008.

Affiliate members[edit]

Institution Location Founded Enrollment Nickname Colors Joined Sport Primary
Conference
University of Nebraska at Kearney Kearney, Nebraska 1905 7,100 Lopers           2012 swimming & diving (W) Mid-America

Former members[edit]

Institution Location Founded Nickname Joined Left Current
Conference
Michigan Technological University Houghton, Michigan 1885 Huskies 1957 1980 Great Lakes Intercollegiate
University of Minnesota Morris Morris, Minnesota 1960 Cougars 1966 2003 Upper Midwest
(NCAA D-III)

Former affiliate members[edit]

Institution Location Founded Nickname Joined Left Sport Primary
Conference
Lindenwood University St. Charles, Missouri 1827 Lions 2012 2014 swimming & diving (W) Mid-America

Membership timeline[edit]

 Full member (all sports)   Full member (non-football)   Associate member (football-only)   Associate member (sport) 

Membership evolution[edit]

Since 1932, 18 institutions have competed in the NSIC. Although all six charter members are in the conference today, only three of them have remained in the conference for the 80 years of its existence: Bemidji State, Minnesota State Moorhead and Winona State.

  • 1932: The Northern Teacher's Athletic Conference was founded with six charter members: Bemidji State Teachers College, Duluth State Teachers College, Mankato State Teachers College, Moorhead State Teachers College, St. Cloud State Teachers College and Winona State Teachers College.
  • 1942: The conference changes its name to the State Teacher's College Conference of Minnesota.
  • 1947: Duluth State Teachers College is renamed the University of Minnesota Duluth.
  • 1957: The Michigan College of Mining and Technology joins the conference to give the league six members. Bemidji State Teachers College is renamed Bemidji State College. Mankato State Teachers College is renamed Mankato State College. Moorhead State Teachers College becomes known as Moorhead State College. St. Cloud State Teachers College becomes St. Cloud State College and Winona State Teachers College becomes Winona State College.
  • 1962: The conference changes its name to the Northern Intercollegiate Conference (NIC).
  • 1964: The Michigan College of Mining and Technology renames itself to Michigan Technological University.
  • 1966: The University of Minnesota Morris joins, membership stands at seven schools.
  • 1969: Southwest Minnesota State College joins as the seventh member.[2]
  • 1975: Minnesota Duluth rejoins, giving the NIC eight teams. Bemidji State College is renamed Bemidji State University. Mankato State College is renamed Mankato State University and Moorhead State College is renamed Moorhead State University. Also, St. Cloud State College becomes St. Cloud State University and Winona State College is renamed to Winona State University. Southwest Minnesota State College also undergoes a name change, becoming Southwest State University.
  • 1978: Mankato State rejoins the NIC and Northern State College joins the league as the ninth and tenth teams, respectively.[2][3]
  • 1979: The Northern Sun Conference (NSC) is created for women's athletics.
  • 1989: Northern State College is renamed to Northern State University.
  • 1992: The Northern Intercollegiate Conference (men's conference) and the Northern Sun Conference (women's conference) merged to form the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC).
  • 1995: The NSIC becomes eligible for NCAA Division II championship competition, having moved from the NAIA level.
  • 1998: Wayne State College joins as the NSIC's eighth member.[2]
  • 1999: Concordia University, St. Paul and the University of Minnesota Crookston join to give the NSIC 10 teams.[2] Mankato State University is renamed Minnesota State University, Mankato.
  • 2000: Moorhead State University is renamed the Minnesota State University Moorhead.
  • 2003: Minnesota Morris leaves the conference and drops down to the NCAA Division III level and the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference, dropping NSIC membership to nine teams. Also, Southwest State University changes its name to Southwest Minnesota State University.[15]
  • 2004: Minnesota Duluth leaves the conference to join the North Central Conference, leaving the NSIC with eight schools.
  • 2006: The University of Mary (NAIA) and Upper Iowa University (NCAA Division III) move up to Division II and join the conference to bring membership back up to 10 schools.[16]
  • 2008: The North Central Conference disbands as various members in that league make a move to NCAA Division I. Former NSIC members Minnesota Duluth, Minnesota State, Mankato and St. Cloud State rejoin the Northern Sun. Another NCC refugee, Augustana College joins the NSIC for the first time. This gives the NSIC its largest membership total to date at 14 schools.
  • 2012: Minot State University and the University of Sioux Falls begin full membership after joining NCAA Division II from the NAIA. This gave the league 16 members.
  • 2012: Lindenwood University and the University of Nebraska at Kearney, both members of the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association became associate members of the NSIC in the sport of Women's Swimming & Diving.[4]

Sports[edit]

Conference sports
Sport Men's Women's
Baseball Green tickY
Basketball Green tickY Green tickY
Cross Country Green tickY Green tickY
Football Green tickY
Golf Green tickY Green tickY
Soccer Green tickY
Softball Green tickY
Swimming & diving Green tickY
Tennis Green tickY
Track & Field Indoor Green tickY Green tickY
Track & Field Outdoor Green tickY Green tickY
Volleyball Green tickY
Wrestling Green tickY

Men's sponsored sports by school[edit]

School Baseball Basketball Cross
Country
Football Golf Track
& Field
Indoor
Track
& Field
Outdoor
Wrestling Total
NSIC
Sports
Augustana College Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
Bemidji State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 4
Concordia-St. Paul Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 7
Mary Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 7
Minnesota State-Mankato Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
Minnesota State-Moorhead Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 6
Minnesota-Crookston Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 4
Minnesota-Duluth Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 6
Minot State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
Northern State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 7
St. Cloud State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
Sioux Falls Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 7
Southwest Minnesota State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 7
Upper Iowa Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 5
Wayne State College Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 6
Winona State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 5
Totals 15 16 13 16 10 12 12 9 103

Women's sponsored sports by school[edit]

School Basketball Cross
Country
Golf Soccer Softball Swimming
& Diving
Tennis Track
& Field
Indoor
Track
& Field
Outdoor
Volleyball Total
NSIC
Sports
Augustana College Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
Bemidji State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
Concordia-St. Paul Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
Mary Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
Minnesota State-Mankato Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 10
Minnesota State-Moorhead Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 10
Minnesota-Crookston Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 6
Minnesota-Duluth Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
Minot State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
Northern State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
St. Cloud State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 10
Sioux Falls Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
Southwest Minnesota State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
Upper Iowa Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 7
Wayne State College Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 7
Winona State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
Totals 16 15 12 16 16 4 12 14 14 16 135
Affiliate Members
Nebraska-Kearney Green tickY 1

Other sponsored sports by school[edit]

School Men Women
Ice
Hockey
Soccer Swimming
& Diving
Tennis Equestrian Gymnastics Ice
Hockey
Skiing
Augustana College IND
Bemidji State WCHA WCHA
Mary GNAC
Minnesota State-Mankato WCHA WCHA
Minnesota-Crookston IHSA
Minnesota-Duluth NCHC WCHA
St. Cloud State NCHC IND IND IHSA WCHA CCSA
Upper Iowa MIAA
Winona State WIAC
(NCAA D-III)
  • — D-I sport

Conference stadiums[edit]

School Football stadium Capacity Basketball arena Capacity
Augustana College Kirkeby–Over Stadium 6,500 Elmen Center 4,000
Bemidji State Chet Anderson Stadium 4,000 BSU Gymnasium 2,500
Concordia-St. Paul Sea Foam Stadium 3,500 Gangelhoff Center 3,200
Mary Bismarck Community Bowl 7,000 McDowell Activity Center 2,500
Minnesota State-Mankato Blakeslee Stadium 7,500 Taylor Center 4,521
Minnesota State-Moorhead Alex Nemzek Stadium 5,000 Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse 3,500
Minnesota-Crookston Ed Widseth Field 2,000 Lysaker Gymnasium 3,500
Minnesota-Duluth Griggs Field at James S. Malosky Stadium 4,000 Romano Gymnasium 2,759
Minot State Herb Parker Stadium 4,500 MSU Dome 10,000
Northern State Swisher Field 6,000 Wachs Arena 8,057
Sioux Falls Bob Young Field 5,400 Stewart Center 2,000
St. Cloud State Husky Stadium 4,198 Halenbeck Hall 6,927
Southwest Minnesota State Mattke Field at the Regional Events Center 3,500 R/A Facility 4,000
Upper Iowa Harms-Eischeid Stadium 3,500 Dorman Gymnasium 1,950
Wayne State Memorial Stadium 3,500 Rice Auditorium 2,500
Winona State Maxwell Field at Warrior Stadium 3,500 McCown Gymnasium 3,500

National Champions[edit]

NCAA Division II[edit]

The NSIC has had thirteen national championship teams in NCAA Division II play:

NCAA Division II National Champions

Year School Sport
2006 Winona State Men's Basketball
2007 Concordia-St. Paul Volleyball
2008 Minnesota-Duluth Football
2008 Concordia-St. Paul Volleyball
2008 Winona State Men's Basketball
2009 Concordia-St. Paul Volleyball
2009 Minnesota State-Mankato Women's Basketball
2010 Concordia-St. Paul Volleyball
2010 Minnesota-Duluth Football
2011 Augustana College Women's Cross Country
2011 Concordia-St. Paul Volleyball
2012 Concordia-St. Paul Volleyball
2013 Concordia-St. Paul Volleyball

NAIA[edit]

NAIA National Champions

Year School Sport
1958 Minnesota State-Mankato Wrestling
1959 Minnesota State-Mankato Wrestling
1964 Minnesota State-Moorhead Wrestling
1985 Winona State Women's Gymnastics
1987 Winona State Women's Gymnastics
1992 Northern State Women's Basketball
1994 Northern State Women's Basketball

Commissioners[edit]

The NSIC has had four full-time commissioners in its history.

  1. Tom Wistrcill (1993-1997)
  2. Kurt Patberg (1997–2000)
  3. Mike Lockrem (2000–2003)
  4. Butch Raymond (2004–present)
  5. Erin Lind (begins July 1, 2014)

Conference Championships[edit]

Last updated May 10, 2014

School Total
Championships
Men's
Championships
Women's
Championships
Minnesota-Duluth 218 102 116
Minnesota State-Mankato 127 114 13
Winona State 125 80 45
Minnesota State-Moorhead 99 75 24
St. Cloud State 87 74 13
Southwest Minnesota State 56 19 37
Augustana College 51 27 24
Bemidji State 45 36 9
Concordia-St. Paul 33 4 29
Northern State 32 23 11
Wayne State College 27 16 11
Minnesota-Morris 16 15 1
Michigan Tech 15 15 0
Mary 14 1 13
Upper Iowa 6 3 3
Minnesota-Crookston 1 1 0
Minot State 1 0 1
Sioux Falls 0 0 0

Football[edit]

NSIC Championships Won or Shared Per School
School Conference Division
Titles Last
Title
Titles Last
Title
Minnesota-Duluth 18 2012 6 2013
Winona State 18 2007 2 2012
Minnesota State-Mankato 17 2013 4 2013
St. Cloud State 15 2011 1 2011
Minnesota State-Moorhead 14 1995 0 N/A
Michigan Tech 7 1974
Minnesota-Morris 6 1984
Bemidji State 5 2006 1 2012
Northern State 3 1999 0 N/A
Concordia-St. Paul 2 2005 0 N/A
Southwest Minnesota State 1 1990 0 N/A
Augustana College 0 N/A 1 2010
Wayne State College 0 N/A 1 2008
Mary 0 N/A 0 N/A
Minnesota-Crookston 0 N/A 0 N/A
Upper Iowa 0 N/A 0 N/A
NSIC Champions
North Division South Division NSIC Overall
Year School Record School Record School Record
2008 Minnesota-Duluth 6-0 Minnesota State-Mankato
Wayne State College
5-1
5-1
Minnesota-Duluth 10-0
2009 Minnesota-Duluth 6-0 Minnesota State-Mankato 6-0 Minnesota-Duluth 10-0
2010 Minnesota-Duluth 6-0 Augustana College
Winona State
5-1
5-1
Minnesota-Duluth 10-0
2011 Minnesota-Duluth
St. Cloud State
5-1
5-1
Minnesota State-Mankato 6-0 Minnesota State-Mankato
Minnesota-Duluth
St. Cloud State
8-2
8-2
8-2
2012 * Bemidji State
Minnesota-Duluth
6-1
6-1
Winona State 6-1 Minnesota-Duluth 10-1
2013 Minnesota-Duluth 7-0 Minnesota State-Mankato 7-0 Minnesota State-Mankato 11-0

* Minnesota State-Mankato finished 2012 with an 11-0 overall conference record and 7-0 division record, however the conference and division titles were stripped after Mankato was found to have played with two ineligible players. Minnesota-Duluth (overall) and Winona State (South Division) were granted the 2012 titles retroactively. Mankato's win-loss record, however, remains the same.

Volleyball[edit]

NSIC Regular Season Champions
NSIC Tournament Champions
Year School
2004 Concordia-St. Paul
2005 Concordia-St. Paul
2006 Concordia-St. Paul
2007 Wayne State College
2008-2011 (Not Held)
2012 Southwest Minnesota State
2013 Minnesota-Duluth

Men's Basketball[edit]

NSIC championships won per school
School Conference Division Tournament
Titles Last
Title
Titles Last
Title
Titles Last
Title
Minnesota State-Mankato 17 2013-14 2 2013-14 2 2014
Minnesota-Duluth 16 2001-02 0 N/A 2 2003
St. Cloud State 16 1975-76 2 2013-14 2 2010
Winona State 14 2007-08 0 N/A 5 2011
Northern State 10 2002-03 0 N/A 2 2005
Bemidji State 9 2011-12 1 2013-14 0 N/A
Minnesota State-Moorhead 4 1981-82 1 2013-14 0 N/A
Minnesota-Morris 3 1993-94
Southwest Minnesota State 2 2008-09 0 N/A 1 2012
Michigan Tech 2 1979-80
Wayne State College 1 1999-00 0 N/A 1 2000
NSIC All-Time Standings (1932 to 2014)
School W L Pct Tournament
W L
Augustana College 84 44 .656 3 6
St. Cloud State 401 212 .654 10 4
Northern State 344 186 .649 15 10
Minnesota State-Mankato 314 182 .633 11 3
Minnesota-Duluth 393 242 .619 11 7
Winona State 511 453 .530 26 10
Wayne State College 134 146 .479 7 13
Minnesota State-Moorhead 463 510 .476 7 13
Southwest Minnesota State 310 348 .471 16 13
Sioux Falls 20 24 .455 0 2
Bemidji State 430 549 .439 9 11
Concordia-St. Paul 114 166 .407 2 11
Minnesota-Morris 196 289 .404 0 3
Upper Iowa 64 100 .390 3 4
Michigan Tech 95 166 .364 0 0
Mary 59 105 .360 1 5
Minot State 13 31 .295 0 2
Minnesota-Crookston 39 241 .139 0 4
NSIC Regular Season Champions
North Division South Division NSIC Overall
Year School Record School Record School Record
2012-13 St. Cloud State 15-7 Minnesota State-Mankato 18-4 Minnesota State-Mankato 18-4
2013-14 Bemidji State
Minnesota State-Moorhead
St. Cloud State
15-7
15-7
15-7
Minnesota State-Mankato 19-3 Minnesota State-Mankato 19-3
NSIC Tournament Champions
Year School
2000 Wayne State College
2001 Winona State
2002 Minnesota-Duluth
2003 Minnesota-Duluth
2004 Northern State
2005 Northern State
2006 Winona State
2007 Winona State
2008 Winona State
2009 St. Cloud State
2010 St. Cloud State
2011 Winona State
2012 Southwest Minnesota State
2013 Minnesota State-Mankato
2014 Minnesota State-Mankato

Women's Basketball[edit]

NSIC Championships Per School
School Conference Division Tournament
Titles Last
Title
Titles Last
Title
Titles Last
Title
Minnesota-Duluth 11 2002-03 0 N/A 4 2004
Northern State 6 1997-98 1 2013-14 0 N/A
Concordia-St. Paul 5 2012-13 1 2012-13 4 2014
Southwest Minnesota State 4 2001-02 0 N/A 1 2002
St. Cloud State 3 1983-84 1 2012-13 1 2009
Bemidji State 3 1986-87 0 N/A 0 N/A
Minnesota State-Moorhead 3 2004-05 0 N/A 0 N/A
Wayne State College 4 2013-14 1 2013-14 3 2012
Minnesota State-Mankato 1 2008-09 0 N/A 0 N/A
Minnesota-Morris 1 1981-82 0 N/A
Winona State 0 N/A 0 N/A 1 2011
Augustana College 0 N/A 0 N/A 1 2013
Mary 0 N/A 0 N/A 0 N/A
Minnesota-Crookston 0 N/A 0 N/A 0 N/A
Minot State 0 N/A 0 N/A 0 N/A
Sioux Falls 0 N/A 0 N/A 0 N/A
Upper Iowa 0 N/A 0 N/A 0 N/A
NSIC All-Time Standings (1979-80 to 2013-14)
School W L Pct Tournament
W L
Minnesota-Duluth 318 136 .700 16 7
Wayne State College 196 84 .700 17 12
Concordia-St. Paul 191 89 .682 23 7
Northern State 305 143 .681 13 14
Augustana College 87 41 .680 9 5
Minnesota State-Mankato 115 55 .676 6 5
St. Cloud State 108 84 .563 4 2
Mary 89 75 .543 4 4
Minot State 23 21 .523 1 2
Minnesota State-Moorhead 266 246 .520 9 15
Southwest Minnesota State 216 296 .422 8 10
Sioux Falls 17 27 .386 2 2
Bemidij State 194 318 .379 1 10
Winona State 178 334 .348 6 14
Minnesota-Morris 88 198 .308 0 3
Minnesota-Crookston 75 183 .291 2 6
Upper Iowa 21 143 .128 0 3
NSIC Regular Season Champions
North Division South Division NSIC Overall
Year School Record School Record School Record
2012-13 St. Cloud State 14-8 Concordia-St. Paul 19-3 Concordia-St. Paul 19-3
2013-14 Northern State 17-5 Wayne State College 19-3 Wayne State College 19-3
NSIC Tournament Champions
Year School
2000 Minnesota-Duluth
2001 Minnesota-Duluth
2002 Southwest State
2003 Minnesota-Duluth
2004 Minnesota-Duluth
2005 Concordia-St. Paul
2006 Wayne State College
2007 Concordia-St. Paul
2008 Concordia-St. Paul
2009 St. Cloud State
2010 Wayne State College
2011 Winona State
2012 Wayne State College
2013 Augustana College
2014 Concordia-St. Paul

Baseball[edit]

NSIC Championships Per School
School Conference Tournament
Titles Last
Title
Titles Last
Title
Winona State 21 2001 3 2007
Minnesota State-Mankato 9 2014 4 2013
St. Cloud State 9 2013 1 2011
Southwest Minnesota State 4 2002 4 2002
Wayne State College 3 2009 5 2006
Minnesota-Duluth 3 1999 0 N/A
Bemidji State 2 1997 0 N/A
Minnesota State-Moorhead 2 1983 0 N/A
Northern State 1 1993 0 N/A
Minnesota-Morris 1 1970 0 N/A
Concordia-St. Paul 0 N/A 2 2008
Augustana College 0 N/A 1 2014
Mary 0 N/A 0 N/A
Minnesota-Crookston 0 N/A 0 N/A
Upper Iowa 0 N/A 0 N/A
NSIC Regular Season Champions

The NSIC Tournament was used to determine the overall NSIC Champion from 2002–2006.

NSIC Tournament Champions
Year School
1996 Southwest State
1997 Southwest State
1998 Winona State
1999 Southwest State
2000 Winona State
2001 Wayne State College
2002 Southwest State
2003 Concordia-St. Paul
Wayne State College
2004 Wayne State College
2005 Wayne State College
2006 Wayne State College
2007 Winona State
2008 Concordia-St. Paul
2009 Minnesota State-Mankato
2010 Minnesota State-Mankato
2011 St. Cloud State
2012 Minnesota State-Mankato
2013 Minnesota State-Mankato
2014 Augustana College

Softball[edit]

NSIC Regular Season Champions
NSIC Tournament Champions
Year School
1984 Minnesota-Duluth
1985-1995 (Not Held)
1996 Minnesota-Duluth
1997 Southwest State
1998 Southwest State
1999 Winona State
2000 Minnesota-Duluth
2001 Concordia-St. Paul
2002 Minnesota-Duluth
2003 Winona State
2004 Concordia-St. Paul
2005 Concordia-St. Paul
2006 Concordia-St. Paul
2007 Southwest Minnesota State
2008 Winona State
2009 Winona State
2010 Wayne State College
2011 Augustana College
2012 Minnesota State-Mankato
2013 Minnesota State-Mankato
2014 Winona State

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "School Directories" (PDF). Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. Retrieved 2007-09-21. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f "Cover" (PDF). Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. Retrieved 2007-09-21. 
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