I made 42,000 min Midwest for 2007-2008.
By total number of wins: Division II - Herb Magee, Philadelphia University Divison III - Glenn Robinson, Franklin and Marshall College
What is the average salary for a head volleball coach that is coaching at the division II level?
No i dont thank there has ever been
NCAA Division II has no subdivisions like Division I does. So there is no Division II-AA, or, of course, II-A.
There are 295 Division II Schools.
BY VICTORIESCoach, Team Current Div. Years Won Lost PctNCAA division I - Larry Brock, NavyNCAA division II Tracy Rietzke, Rockhurst
Top 10 All-Time Winningest NCAA Football Coaches1.) John Gagliardi -- 484 Wins*Carroll College (NAIA) -- 24 WinsSt. John's University (NAIA, NCAA Div. III) -- 460 Wins *All Wins at Carroll and some Wins at St. John's earned while in NAIA, not NCAA; still officially counted toward total NCAA wins count2.) Eddie Robinson* -- 408 Wins**Leland College (NAIA) (now Grambling State University) -- 3 WinsGrambling State University (NAIA, NCAA Small College Division, NCAA Division II, NCAA Division I, NCAA Division I-AA) -- 405 Wins *All-time winningest NCAA Division I Coach **All Wins at Leland and 75 Wins at Grambling State earned while in NAIA, not NCAA; still officially counted toward total NCAA wins count3.) Bobby Bowden -- 377 WinsHoward College (now Samford University) -- 31 WinsWest Virginia -- 42 WinsFlorida State -- 304 Wins4.) Paul "Bear" Bryant -- 323 WinsMaryland -- 6 WinsKentucky -- 60 WinsTexas A&M -- 25 WinsAlabama -- 232 Wins5.) Glen "Pop" Warner -- 319 WinsGeorgia -- 7 WinsCornell -- 36 WinsCarlisle -- 114 WinsPittsburgh -- 60 WinsStanford -- 71 WinsTemple -- 31 Wins**IMPORTANT NOTE: Joe Paterno was 2nd all-time NCAA winningest coach and 1st all-time NCAA Div. I winningest coach with 409 Wins at Penn St. prior to NCAA punishment removing 111 Wins from 1998-2011 as punishment for Jerry Sandusky child abuse scandal. Paterno officially ranks 7th all-time on NCAA Coach Wins list with 298 Wins.
In football, Division II programs rarely, if ever, play Division I-FBS programs. Each year, a handful of Division I-FCS (I-AA) schools lose to a Division II opponent. In basketball, Division II schools beat Division I schools annually, but most of the Division I programs are "low major" programs, meaning they are weak teams in weak conferences. The last "shocking" loss in basketball was in November, 2007 when #8 Michigan State lost at home to Division II Grand Valley State, 85-82 in double overtime.
That record is held by the university of Tampa Fl with coach Lelo Prado who took the job at Louisville and now coaches at the University of South Florida.
No, Division I-AA and Division II are totally different. Division II schools are generally small and don't have the athletic budgets that Division I and I-AA schools have. Currently in football, a Division I-AA school may have 63 players on scholarship (Division I is allowed 85) where a Division II school is allowed 36 players on scholarship.
Northwest Missouri State
Most Division II football programs are scholarship programs, offering up to a maximum of 36 full equivalent scholarships. The top programs in Division II recruit high school and junior college players, just like Division I schools. Smaller, less successful Division II programs have many "walk on" players, taken from open tryouts on campus for the existing student population.
NCAA Division II.
Currently there are 282 either full or provisional members of Division II.
ECAC Division II Lacrosse League was created in 2012.
IIHF World Championship Division II was created in 1961.
John Rauch was the Oakland coach in Super Bowl II. He was Oakland's head coach for the 1966, 1967, and 1968 seasons.
This question is difficult to answer, given the "mythical" national championship in Division 1-FBS (I-A) and the fact that Division 2 was only organized in the 1970s (previously known under different names, including "college division"). There have been coaches to win national titles at both the FBS and FCS levels (Jim Tressel being the most recent, having won at Youngstown State and Ohio State), but there are no verifiable instances of a coach winning a D-II and D-I-FBS title since Division 2 was officially chartered.
NCAA Division I -- 73, Wichita State 1982 (14 losses) NCAA Division II -- 61, Kennesaw (Ga.) State 1998 (5 losses) NCAA Division III -- 59, Marietta (Ohio) College 1981 (5 losses) NAIA -- 73, Oklahoma City, 2007 (7 losses)
There are nearly 300 division II schools and a significant number of those offer softball.
Division - 2011 II was released on: USA: August 2011 (Wilmington, North Carolina)
NCAA Women's Division II Basketball Championship was created in 1982.