2010 NCAA Division II Men's Basketball Tournament

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2010 NCAA Division II Basketball Tournament
NCAA logo.svg
Teams 64
Finals Site Springfield, Massachusetts
Champions Cal Poly Pomona (1st title)
Runner-Up Indiana (PA) (1st title game)
Semifinalists
Winning coach Greg Kamansky (1st title)
MOP Austin Swift Cal Poly Pomona
Attendance 45,539
  • 2009 
  • NCAA Division II Basketball Tournament
  • 2011

The 2010 NCAA Division II Men's Basketball Tournament involved 64 schools playing in a single-elimination tournament to determine the national champion of men's NCAA Division II college basketball as a culmination of the 2009–10 basketball season. It began on March 13, 2010. The tournament was won by the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona) men's basketball team, which defeated Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 65–53, in the title game. The championship was the first in the Broncos' history after ending runner-up in 2009.[1]

Brackets[edit]

Central Regional – Mankato, Minnesota[edit]

First Round Regional Semifinals Regional Finals
                 
1 Minnesota St. Mankato 84
8 Colorado Mines 80
1 Minnesota St. Mankato 71
4 St. Cloud State 82
5 Metropolitan State 77
4 St. Cloud State 82
4 St. Cloud State 84
3 Augustana (S.D.) 75 OT
3 Augustana (S.D.) 87
6 New Mexico Highlands 73
3 Augustana (S.D.) 95
2 Mesa State 84
7 Winona State 68
2 Mesa State 73

South Central Regional – Wichita Falls, Texas[edit]

First Round Regional Semifinals Regional Finals
                 
1 Midwestern State 91
8 Incarnate Word 71
1 Midwestern State 71
4 Tarleton State 56
5 Tarleton State 75
4 Nebraska-Omaha 71
1 Midwestern State 60
7 Central Missouri 59
3 Fort Hays State 80
6 Central Oklahoma 64
3 Fort Hays State 73
7 Central Missouri 80
7 Missouri Western St 59
2 Central Missouri 78

Atlantic Regional – Indiana, Pennsylvania[edit]

First Round Regional Semifinals Regional Finals
                 
1 Indiana (PA) 71
8 Fairmont State 67
1 Indiana (PA) 91
4 West Virginia St. 76
5 West Virginia St. 89
4 East Stroudsburg 79
1 Indiana (PA) 84
7 West Liberty 72
3 St. Augustine's 70
6 Kutztown 54
3 St. Augustine's 83
7 West Liberty 90
7 Alderson–Broaddus 66
2 West Liberty 79

South Regional – Russellville, Arkansas[edit]

First Round Regional Semifinals Regional Finals
                 
1 Arkansas Tech 92
8 Tuskegee 58
1 Arkansas Tech 60
4 Valdosta State 72
5 Valdosta State 74
4 Clark Atlanta 67
4 Valdosta State 71
7 Rollins 58
3 Florida Southern 59
6 Barry 64
6 Barry 71
7 Rollins 74
7 Alabama-Huntsville 57
2 Rollins 59 OT

Midwest Regional – Owensboro, Kentucky[edit]

First Round Regional Semifinals Regional Finals
                 
1 Kentucky Wesleyan 70
8 St. Joseph's (IN) 72
8 St. Joseph's (IN) 78
4 Grand Valley St. 76
5 Findlay 56
4 Grand Valley State 68
8 St. Joseph's (IN) 104
6 Quincy 103
3 Drury 58
6 Quincy 71
6 Quincy 66
2 Bellarmine 61
7 Central State (OH) 66
2 Bellarmine 70

West Regional – Bellingham, Washington[edit]

First Round Regional Semifinals Regional Finals
                 
1 Western Washington 84
8 Central Washington 70
1 Western Washington 75
4 Cal Poly Pomona 76
5 Cal Poly Pomona 71
4 Dixie State 62
4 Cal Poly Pomona 78
6 BYU-Hawaii 75
3 Seattle Pacific 72
6 BYU-Hawaii 76
6 BYU-Hawaii 77
7 CSUSB 58
7 Humboldt State 66
2 Cal State San Bernardino 75

East Regional – Easton, Massachusetts[edit]

First Round Regional Semifinals Regional Finals
                 
1 Stonehill 75
8 Felician 52
1 Stonehill 69
4 Philadelphia Univ. 71
5 Philadelphia Univ. 89
4 St. Anselm 85
4 Philadelphia Univ. 69
2 Bentley 81
3 Merrimack 81
6 Massachusetts-Lowell 62
3 Merrimack 79
2 Bentley 83
7 Bentley 60
2 Bridgeport 50

Southeast Regional – Augusta, Georgia[edit]

First Round Regional Semifinals Regional Finals
                 
1 Augusta State 91
8 Brevard 73
1 Augusta State 100
5 Anderson (SC) 70
5 Catawba 66
4 Anderson (SC) 68
1 Augusta State 79
2 Montevallo 71
3 Georgia College 46
6 USC Aiken 50
6 USC Aiken 71
2 Montevallo 88
7 Montevallo 84
2 Mount Olive 70

Elite Eight – Springfield, Massachusetts[edit]

Location: MassMutual Center

Elite Eight Final Four Finals
                 
C4 St. Cloud State 92
SC1 Midwestern State 88
C4 St. Cloud State 70
A1 Indiana (PA) 76
A1 Indiana (PA) 80
S4 Valdosta State 64
A1 Indiana (PA) 53
W4 Cal Poly Pomona 65
M8 St. Joseph's (IN) 48
W4 Cal Poly Pomona 69
W4 Cal Poly Pomona 71
E2 Bentley 63
E2 Bentley 67
SE1 Augusta State 64

Game summaries[edit]

Elite Eight[edit]

Final Four[edit]

National Championship Game[edit]

Teams 1st Half 2nd Half OT Final
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All-tournament team[edit]

  • Dahir Nasser (Cal Poly-Pomona)
  • Matt Schneck (Saint Cloud State)
  • Austin Swift (Cal Poly-Pomona)
  • Darryl Webb (Cal Poly-Pomona)
  • Taylor Witt (Saint Cloud State)

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