The NSIC has announced their 2023 Championship schedules and information with a release from the conference on Tuesday.

Those sports include soccer, cross country, track and field, volleyball, swimming/diving, basketball, golf, tennis, baseball and softball.

Here is the complete release from the conference with all the details about their 2023 Championships for both men and women's sports.


BURNSVILLE, Minn. – The NSIC has announced the dates, formats and locations for the 2022-23 league championships and post-season tournaments.

The NSIC sponsors 18 sports, with teams advancing to post-season tournaments in the sports of soccer, volleyball, men’s & women’s basketball, baseball, softball and women’s tennis.  Championship meets are held in the sports of men’s & women’s cross country, women’s swimming & diving, men’s and women’s indoor/outdoor track & field, and men’s & women’s golf. Football and wrestling regular season championships are based on regular season standings, with no NSIC post-season tournament.

All dates and times subject to change with minimal notice.

2022 Fall NSIC Championship Information
NSIC Soccer Tournament
Date(s): Monday, October 31, Fri. & Sun., November 4 & 6, 2022
Location: On campuses
Tournament Central:

NSIC Men’s & Women’s Cross Country Championships
Date(s): Saturday, November 5, 2022
Location: Wayne Country Club – Wayne, Nebraska - Hosted by Wayne State
Championship Central:

NSIC Volleyball Tournament
Date(s): Fri.-Sun., November 11-13, 2022
Location: Gangelhoff Center – St. Paul, Minnesota  - Hosted by Concordia-St. Paul
Tournament Central:

2022-23 Winter NSIC Championship Information
NSIC Women’s Swimming & Diving Championship
Date(s): Wed-Sat., February 8-11, 2023
Location: Hulbert Aquatic Center – West Fargo, North Dakota - Hosted by MSU Moorhead
Championship Central:

NSIC Men’s & Women’s Basketball Tournament
Date(s): Wed., & Sat.-Tues., February 22, 25-28, 2023
Location: 1st Rd on Campus; Qrt/Semi/Champ at Sanford Pentagon – Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Tournament Central:

NSIC Men’s & Women’s Indoor Track & Field Championship
Date(s): Fri.-Sat., February 24-25, 2023
Location: Myers Field House – Mankato, Minnesota - Hosted by Minnesota State
Championship Central:

2023 Spring NSIC Championship Information
NSIC Men’s Golf Championship
Date(s): Fri.-Sun., April 21-23, 2023
Location: Adams Pointe Golf Club – Blue Springs, Missouri
Championship Central:

NSIC Women’s Tennis Tournament
Date(s): Fri.-Sun., April 21-23, 2023
Location: Huether Family Match Pointe – Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Tournament Central:

NSIC Women’s Golf Championship
Date(s): Fri.-Sun., April 28-30, 2023
Location: Paradise Pointe Golf Complex – Smithville, Missouri
Championship Central:

NSIC Softball Tournament*
Date(s): Wed.-Sat., May 3-6, 2023
Location: RYFSA Complex – Rochester, Minnesota
Tournament Central:
*2023 Softball Tournament has been expanded to four days

NSIC Baseball Tournament
Date(s): Wed.-Sat., May 10-13, 2023
Location: Municipal/Veterans Memorial Parks, Bismarck, North Dakota - Hosted by the University of Mary
Tournament Central:

NSIC Men’s & Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Championships
Date(s): Thurs.-Saturday, May 11-13, 2023
Location: Sea Foam Stadium, St. Paul, Minnesota - Hosted by Concordia-St. Paul
Championship Central:

About the NSIC
The NSIC is a 16-team, 18-sport, NCAA Division II conference with institutions located in Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota. The NSIC is a model Division II conference that uses high-level athletics competition to develop champions in the classroom and community while empowering student-athletes to be impactful and positive leaders. Formed in 1992 by the merger of the Northern Intercollegiate Conference (men’s league) and the Northern Sun Conference (women’s league), the NSIC has flourished over the past quarter century, maturing into a 16-team union of Upper Midwest colleges and universities. The NSIC has won 25 team national championships and crowned 90 individual national champions. For additional information, visit

About NCAA Division II
The NCAA, the national governing body for college athletics, is a volunteer association of more than 1,000 colleges and universities that classify their athletics programs in one of three membership divisions. The 300+ institutions in NCAA Division II support a balanced approach in which student-athletes can earn scholarships based on their athletic ability, pursue their desired academic degree, and participate in all the campus and surrounding community have to offer. Division II student-athletes annually graduate at rates higher than their student body peers, and they have access to the best championships-participant ratio among the NCAA’s three divisions. Division II gives student-athletes the unique opportunity to compete in the classroom, on the field, in their career, for their causes, and on their terms. For additional information, visit


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