Division III was played at Reykjavík, Iceland, March 16–21.
Iceland and Turkey are promoted to Division II
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... New Jerseyans' collegiate allegiances are predominately split among the three major NCAA Division I programs in the state – the Rutgers University ... The Scarlet Raiders and the Scarlet Raptors both compete within NCAA Division III ... The state's other Division I schools include the Monmouth University Hawks (West Long Branch), the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) Highlanders (Newark ...
... Before moving to Division I the team won the SIAC conference championship in 1970, 1979, 1980, and 1981 ... against Albany (NY) (Savannah State- 82 Albany - 81) in the first round of the NCAA Division III playoffs, but lost in the second round to Centre College (Centre - 82, Savannah State - 54) ... In the 1980 Division III playoffs the Tigers defeated UNC Greensboro in the first round (Savannah State - 61, UNC Greensboro - 58) before losing to Lane College in the regional championships ...
... University and Penn State in both the AIAW and NCAA Division I, West Chester University in Division II, as well as Ursinus College and Franklin Marshall in ... Cummings of Temple are currently the 3rd and 4th all-time highest scoring Division I players with 380 and 378 career points, respectively ... are the 1st and 2nd highest all-time scoring Division II players with 390 and 376 career points, respectively ...
... National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III college football competition as a member of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) ... the university at the club level, and, in 1977, re-entered NCAA competition as part of Division III ... The Cardinals have participated in the Division III playoffs three times in the late 1990s and have secured two ODAC championships ...
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