Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference
FormerlyNorthern 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)
AssociationNCAA
Founded1932; 92 years ago (1932)
CommissionerErin Lind (since July 1, 2014)
Sports fielded
  • 18
DivisionDivision II
No. of teams15 (16 in 2025)
HeadquartersSaint Paul, Minnesota
RegionWest North Central States
Official websitenorthernsun.org
Locations
Location of teams in (({title))}

The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) is a college athletic conference affiliated with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Division II level, which operates in the Upper Midwest of the United States. Nine of its members are in Minnesota, with three members in South Dakota, two members in North Dakota, and one member in Nebraska.[1] It was founded in 1932.[2] With the recent NSIC expansion, the original six member schools have been reunited.[3]

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. The NSIC is the only Division II conference that sponsors soccer for women but not men (two other D-II conferences do not sponsor soccer for either sex).

History

Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference
Map
Location of NSIC members: full and departing

The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference was founded in 1932 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. The conference switched its name to the Northern Intercollegiate Conference (NIC) in 1962. 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).

In 1992, the NSIC joined NCAA Division II after being long time members of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).[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 Minnesota–Duluth to the now defunct North Central Conference, and the University of Minnesota Morris to NCAA Division III. The University of Mary and Upper Iowa University were admitted in the fall of 2006 to again expand the NSIC to 10 members.

In 2007 the NSIC Board of Directors voted to expand the conference to 14 schools. League presidents voted to accept into membership Augustana College (now Augustana University), St. Cloud State, Minnesota–Duluth, and Minnesota State. These four schools were members of the North Central Conference which disbanded after the 2007–2008 academic year. 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 the NAIA wrestling national titles in 1958 and 1959, while Moorhead State won a wrestling national title in 1964.[6] Forty-one wrestlers have claimed individual national titles in wrestling. 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. Eleven 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 23 team national championships and has also crowned 77 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.[13]

Chronological timeline

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.

Member schools

Current members

The NSIC currently has 15 full members, all but four are public schools:

Institution Location Founded Affiliation Enrollment Nickname Joined Colors
Augustana University Sioux Falls, South Dakota 1860 Lutheran ELCA 2,086 Vikings 2008    
Bemidji State University Bemidji, Minnesota 1919 Public 4,279 Beavers 1932    
Concordia University–St. Paul Saint Paul, Minnesota 1893 Lutheran LCMS 5,502 Golden Bears 1999    
University of Mary Bismarck, North Dakota 1959 Catholic 3,794 Marauders 2006      
Minnesota State University, Mankato Mankato, Minnesota 1868 Public 14,482 Mavericks 1932;
1978;
2008[a]
   
Minnesota State University Moorhead Moorhead, Minnesota 1888 Public 5,088 Dragons 1932    
University of Minnesota Crookston Crookston, Minnesota 1906 Public 2,303 Golden Eagles 1999    
University of Minnesota Duluth Duluth, Minnesota 1902 Public 9,675 Bulldogs 1932;
1975;
2008[b]
   
Minot State University Minot, North Dakota 1913 Public 2,777 Beavers 2012    
Northern State University Aberdeen, South Dakota 1901 Public 3,344 Wolves 1978    
St. Cloud State University St. Cloud, Minnesota 1869 Public 10,093 Huskies 1932;
2008[c]
   
University of Sioux Falls Sioux Falls, South Dakota 1883 Baptist 1,594 Cougars 2012    
Southwest Minnesota State University Marshall, Minnesota 1967 Public 6,531 Mustangs 1969    
Wayne State College Wayne, Nebraska 1910 Public 4,773 Wildcats 1998    
Winona State University Winona, Minnesota 1858 Public 6,165 Warriors 1932    
Notes
  1. ^ Minnesota State–Mankato left the NSIC after the 1967–68 school year, then re-joined from 1978–79 to 1980–81 and again effective in the 2008–09 school year.
  2. ^ Minnesota–Duluth left the NSIC after the 1950–51 school year, then re-joined from 1975–76 to 2003–04 and again effective in the 2008–09 school year.
  3. ^ St. Cloud State left the NSIC after the 1980–81 school year, before re-joining effective the 2008–09 school year.

Future member

The NSIC will have one new member, a private school:[17]

Institution Location Founded Affiliation Enrollment Nickname Joining Colors Current Conference
University of Jamestown Jamestown, North Dakota 1883 Presbyterian
(PCUSA)
1,256 Jimmies 2025     Great Plains (GPAC)[a]
(North Star (NSAA) in 2024.)
Notes
  1. ^ Currently an NAIA athletic conference.

Affiliate members

The NSIC currently has one affiliate member, which is also a public school:

Institution Location Founded Affiliation Enrollment Nickname Joined NSIC
sport
Primary
conference
University of Wisconsin–Parkside Somers, Wisconsin 1968 Public 4,464 Rangers 2021–22 men's wrestling Great Lakes (GLIAC)

Former members

The NSIC had three former full members, two were public schools and one was a private school:

Institution Location Founded Affiliation Enrollment Nickname Joined Left Subsequent
conference(s)
Current
conference
Michigan Technological University Houghton, Michigan 1885 Public 7,009 Huskies 1957 1980 Great Lakes Intercollegiate (GLIAC)
(1980–present)
University of Minnesota Morris Morris, Minnesota 1960 1,900 Cougars 1966 2003 Upper Midwest (UMAC)[a]
(2003–present)
Upper Iowa University Fayette, Iowa 1857 Nonsectarian 3,661 Peacocks 2006 2023 Great Lakes Valley (GLVC)
(2023–present)
Notes
  1. ^ Currently an NCAA Division III athletic conference.

Former affiliate members

The NSIC had two former affiliate members, one was a public school and the other was a private school:

Institution Location Founded Affiliation Enrollment Nickname Joined Left NSIC
sport
Primary
conference
Lindenwood University St. Charles, Missouri 1827 Presbyterian 4,822 Lady Lions 2012–13 2013–14 women's swimming & diving Ohio Valley (OVC)[a]
University of Nebraska at Kearney Kearney, Nebraska 1905 Public 7,504 Lopers Mid-America (MIAA)
Notes
  1. ^ Currently an NCAA Division I athletic conference.

Membership timeline

University of JamestownUniversity of Wisconsin–ParksideUniversity of Nebraska at KearneyLindenwood UniversityUniversity of Sioux FallsMinot State UniversityAugustana UniversityUpper Iowa UniversityUniversity of MaryUniversity of Minnesota CrookstonConcordia University, St. PaulWayne State CollegeNorthern State UniversitySouthwest Minnesota State UniversityUniversity of Minnesota MorrisMichigan Technological UniversityWinona State UniversitySt. Cloud State UniversityMinnesota State University MoorheadMinnesota State University, MankatoUniversity of Minnesota DuluthUniversity

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

Sports

A divisional format is used for basketball (M / W) and football (with Concordia–St. Paul in the North as Minnesota–Crookston and St. Cloud State no longer sponsor football after the 2019 fall season).
North
  • Bemidji State
  • Mary
  • Minnesota State–Moorhead
  • Minnesota–Crookston
  • Minnesota–Duluth
  • Minot State
  • Northern State
  • St. Cloud State
South
  • Augustana
  • Concordia–St. Paul
  • Minnesota State
  • Sioux Falls
  • Southwest Minnesota State
  • Upper Iowa
  • Wayne State
  • Winona State
Conference sports
Sport Men's Women's
Baseball Green tickY Red XN
Basketball Green tickY Green tickY
Cross Country Green tickY Green tickY
Football Green tickY Red XN
Golf Green tickY Green tickY
Soccer Red XN Green tickY
Softball Red XN Green tickY
Swimming & Diving Red XN Green tickY
Tennis Red XN Green tickY
Track & Field Indoor Green tickY Green tickY
Track & Field Outdoor Green tickY Green tickY
Volleyball Red XN Green tickY
Wrestling Green tickY Red XN

Men's sponsored sports by school

School Baseball Basketball Cross
Country
Football Golf Track
& Field
Indoor
Track
& Field
Outdoor
Wrestling Total
NSIC
Sports
Augustana Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
Bemidji State Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Red XN Red XN 4
Concordia–St. Paul Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN 7
Mary Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 7
Minnesota State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
MSU–Moorhead Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 6
Minnesota–Crookston Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Red XN Red XN Red XN 4
Minnesota–Duluth Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Red XN 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 Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 7
St. Cloud State Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Red XN Red XN Red XN Red XN Green tickY 3
Sioux Falls Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
Southwest Minnesota State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 7
Wayne State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Red XN 6
Winona State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Red XN Red XN 5
Totals 14 15 13 13 8 11 11 10 95
Affiliate members
Parkside Green tickY 1

Women's sponsored sports by school

School Basketball Cross
Country
Golf Soccer Softball Swimming
& Diving
Tennis Track
& Field
Indoor
Track
& Field
Outdoor
Volleyball Total
NSIC
Sports
Augustana Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 10
Bemidji State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
Concordia–St. Paul Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
Mary Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
Minnesota State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 10
MSU–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 Red XN Green tickY Red XN Red XN Green tickY 7
Minnesota–Duluth Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
Minot State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
Northern State Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 8
St. Cloud State Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
Sioux Falls Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 10
Southwest Minnesota State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
Wayne State Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 7
Winona State Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Red XN Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY 9
Totals 15 15 11 15 15 7 11 14 14 15 131

Other sponsored sports by school

School Men Women
Bowling[a] Ice
Hockey[b]
Soccer Swimming
& Diving
Tennis Acrobatics &
Tumbling[c]
Bowling[b] Gymnastics[b] Ice
Hockey[b]
Lacrosse Skiing[b]
Augustana CCHA GLIAC MIAA IND
Bemidji State CCHA WCHA
Concordia–St. Paul GLIAC
Minnesota State CCHA WCHA
Minnesota–Duluth NCHC WCHA
St. Cloud State NCHC GLIAC GLIAC WCHA CCSA[d]
Winona State WIAC
Notes
  1. ^ Bowling is sponsored by the NCAA for women only. Men's college competition is sanctioned solely by the sport's US governing body, the American Bowling Congress, which sanctions women's competition alongside the NCAA.
  2. ^ a b c d e De facto Division I sport. The NCAA championships in bowling, women's gymnastics and the coeducational sport of skiing are open to members of all three divisions. In men's and women's ice hockey, the NCAA championship tournaments are open to members of Divisions I and II.
  3. ^ Recognized by the NCAA as part of its Emerging Sports for Women program. The national championship is currently organized by the National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association.
  4. ^ While the NCAA-sponsored sport of skiing has coeducational teams with men's and women's squads, and covers both Alpine and Nordic disciplines, St. Cloud State fields only a women's Nordic team.

In addition to the above teams, at least two conference schools are now sponsoring esports: SMSU and Concordia-St Paul.

Conference stadiums

School Football stadium Capacity Basketball arena Capacity Baseball Fields Capacity
Augustana Kirkeby–Over Stadium 6,500 Sanford Pentagon 3,250 Ronken Field 500
Bemidji State Chet Anderson Stadium 4,000 BSU Gymnasium 2,500 BSU Field 250
Concordia–St. Paul Sea Foam Stadium 3,500 Gangelhoff Center 3,200 Barnes Field 2,500
Mary Bismarck Community Bowl 7,000 McDowell Activity Center 2,500 Bismarck Municipal Ball Park 2,000
Minnesota State Blakeslee Stadium 7,500[18] Taylor Center 4,800[19] Bowyer Field 450
MSU–Moorhead Alex Nemzek Stadium 5,000 Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse 3,500 Non-Baseball School NA
Minnesota–Crookston Non-Football School N/A Lysaker Gymnasium 3,500 UMC Baseball Field 300
Minnesota–Duluth Griggs Field at James S. Malosky Stadium 4,000 Romano Gymnasium 2,759 Wade Stadium 4,200
Minot State Herb Parker Stadium 4,500 MSU Dome 10,000 Corbett Field 2,000
Northern State Dacotah Bank Stadium 4,500 Wachs Arena 8,057 Fossum Field 2,500
Sioux Falls Bob Young Field 5,400 Stewart Center 2,000 Harmodon Park 300
St. Cloud State Non-Football School N/A Halenbeck Hall 6,927 Joe Faber Field 2,000
Southwest Minnesota State Mattke Field at the Regional Events Center 3,500 R/A Facility 4,000 Alumni Field 500
Wayne State Memorial Stadium 3,500 Rice Auditorium 2,500 Pete Chapman Baseball Complex
Winona State Maxwell Field at Warrior Stadium 3,500 McCown Gymnasium 3,500 Loughrey Field 500
School Soccer stadium Capacity Softball Field Capacity Volleyball Arena Capacity
Augustana Morstad Field Bowden Field Elmen Center 4,000
Bemidji State BSU Soccer Complex BSU Softball Field BSU Gymnasium 2,500
Concordia–St. Paul Sea Foam Stadium 3,500 Carlander Field Gangelhoff Center 3,200
Mary Bismarck Community Bowl 7,000 University of Mary Softball Field McDowell Activity Center 2,500
Minnesota State The Pitch MNSU Softball Diamond Taylor Center 4,800[20]
MSU–Moorhead Nemzek Soccer Field Nemzek Softball Field Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse 3,500
Minnesota–Crookston UMC Soccer Field UMC Softball Field Lysaker Gymnasium 3,500
Minnesota–Duluth Griggs Field at James S. Malosky Stadium 4,000 Junction Ave Field 250 Romano Gymnasium 2,759
Minot State Herb Parker Stadium 4,500 South Hill Softball Complex MSU Dome 10,000
Northern State Northern State Athletic and Recreation Fields Moccasin Creek Complex Wachs Arena 8,057
Sioux Falls USF Soccer Field 300 Sherman Park 300 Stewart Center 2,000
St. Cloud State Husky Stadium 4,198 Selke Field
Husky Dome
Halenbeck Hall 6,927
Southwest Minnesota State Mattke Field at the Regional Events Center 3,500 Mustang Field PE Gym 2,000
Wayne State WSC Soccer Field Pete Chapman Softball Complex Rice Auditorium 2,500
Winona State Maxwell Field at Warrior Stadium 3,500 Maynard R Johnson Field McCown Gymnasium 3,500

National champions

NCAA Division II

The NSIC has had 25 national championship teams in NCAA Division II play:

NCAA Division II National Champions

Year School Sport
1965 Minnesota State Wrestling
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 Women's Basketball
2010 Concordia–St. Paul Volleyball
2010 Minnesota–Duluth Football
2011 Augustana Women's Cross Country
2011 Concordia–St. Paul Volleyball
2012 Concordia–St. Paul Volleyball
2013 Concordia–St. Paul Volleyball
2015 St. Cloud State Wrestling
2016 St. Cloud State Wrestling
2016 Augustana Men's Basketball
2016 Concordia-St. Paul Volleyball
2017 Minnesota State Softball
2017 Concordia-St. Paul Volleyball
2018 St. Cloud State Wrestling
2018 Augustana Baseball
2019 St. Cloud State Wrestling
2019 Augustana Softball
2021 St. Cloud State Wrestling

NAIA

NAIA National Champions

Year School Sport
1958 Mankato State Wrestling
1959 Mankato State Wrestling
1964 Moorhead State 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

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

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

Conference championships

Last updated November 25, 2023

Includes Regular Season and Tournament Championships

School Total
Championships
Men's
Championships
Women's
Championships
Minnesota–Duluth 212 94 118
Minnesota State 179 141 38
Winona State 131 81 50
MSU-Moorhead 126 99 27
St. Cloud State 86 69 17
Augustana 75 26 49
Southwest Minnesota State 59 20 39
Bemidji State 52 39 13
Northern State 47 31 16
Concordia–St. Paul 42 5 37
Wayne State 31 17 14
Mary 26 1 25
Minnesota–Morris 16 15 1
Michigan Tech 9 9 0
Upper Iowa 7 3 4
Sioux Falls 3 2 1
Minot State 3 1 2
Minnesota–Crookston 1 1 0
Wisconsin–Parkside 1 1 0

Football

NSIC Championships Won or Shared Per School
School Conference Division
Titles Last
Title
Titles Last
Title
Minnesota State 22 2022 10 2022
Minnesota–Duluth 20 2021 12 2019
Winona State 18 2007 3 2022
St. Cloud State 15 2011 1 2011
MSU-Moorhead 14 1995 0 N/A
Bemidji State 7 2022 4 2022
Michigan Tech 7 1974
Minnesota–Morris 6 1984
Northern State 3 1999 1 2015
Concordia–St. Paul 2 2005 0 N/A
Augustana 2 2023 3 2021
Sioux Falls 1 2016 2 2021
Southwest Minnesota State 1 1990 0 N/A
Wayne State 1 2022 1 2008
Mary 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
Wayne State
5-1
5-1
Minnesota–Duluth 10-0
2009 Minnesota–Duluth 6-0 Minnesota State 6-0 Minnesota–Duluth 10-0
2010 Minnesota–Duluth 6-0 Augustana
Winona State
5-1
5-1
Minnesota–Duluth 10-0
2011 Minnesota–Duluth
St. Cloud State
5-1
5-1
Minnesota State 6-0 Minnesota State
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 7-0 Minnesota State 11-0
2014 Minnesota–Duluth 7-0 Minnesota State 7-0 Minnesota–Duluth
Minnesota State
11-0
2015 Minnesota-Duluth
Northern State
Bemidji State
6-1 Minnesota State
Augustana
6-1 Minnesota State 10-1
2016 Minnesota-Duluth 7-0 Sioux Falls 7-0 Sioux Falls 11-0
2017 Minnesota-Duluth 7-0 Minnesota State 7-0 Minnesota State 11-0
2018 Minnesota-Duluth 7-0 Minnesota State 7-0 Minnesota–Duluth
Minnesota State
11-0
2019 Minnesota-Duluth 7-0 Minnesota State 7-0 Minnesota State 11-0
2020 n/a n/a n/a
2021 Bemidji State 6-0 Augustana
Sioux Falls
5-1 Bemidji State
Minnesota Duluth
Augustana
9-2
2022 Bemidji State 6-0 Minnesota State
Winona State
5-1 Bemidji State
Minnesota State
Wayne State
9-2