Here’s who has qualified so far. Rankings are from the USAU Rankings at the end of the regular season.
Atlantic Coast (April 27/28) – Score Reporter - 2 Bids
Top seeded #2 North Carolina rolls through all opponents to claim the title, winning the final 15-6 over 6th seed #50 Virginia Tech. 2nd seed #16 North Carolina-Wilmington avenges a 15-14 semifinal loss to Virginia Tech, beating them 15-6 to claim the second bid.
Great Lakes (April 27/28) - Score Reporter - 1 Bid
2nd seed #57 Illinois knocks off top seed #33 Michigan 15-12 to claim the single bid.
Metro East (April 27/28) - Score Reporter - 1 Bid
Top seed #47 Cornell beats 2nd seed #49 Connecticut 15-6 to earn the single bid.
New England (May 4/5) - Score Reporter - 2 Bids
North Central (May 4/5) – Score Reporter – 3 Bids
Northwest (April 27/28) - Score Reporter - 2 Bids
Top seed #4 Oregon wins without being seriously tested. #33 Washington bounces back from a 13-3 finals loss, beating #17 Whitman 13-11 for the second bid.
Ohio Valley (April 27/28) - Score Reporter - 2 Bids
Top seed #5 Pittsburgh takes the region. 2nd seed #12 Ohio plays Pittsburgh close in the final, then cruises to a 15-5 win over #37 Penn State to earn the second bid.
South Central (April 27/28) - Score Reporter - 2 Bids
Top seed #6 Texas wins the final 15-12 over 2nd seed #10 Colorado. Colorado beats #19 Texas A&M 15-11 for the second bid.
Southeast (May 4/5) - Score Reporter - 3 Bids
Southwest (May 4/5) - Score Reporter - 2 Bids
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