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.
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.
Division I Michigan Division II Grand Valley State Division III St. Johns
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.
BY VICTORIESCoach, Team Current Div. Years Won Lost PctNCAA division I - Larry Brock, NavyNCAA division II Tracy Rietzke, Rockhurst
What coach in Division II football has the most wins?
NCAA Division II.
ECAC Division II Lacrosse League was created in 2012.
IIHF World Championship Division II was created in 1961.
Currently there are 282 either full or provisional members of Division II.