NJCAA Gulf Atlantic District Tournament Championship Sunday

NJCAA Gulf Atlantic District Tournament Championship Sunday

With the ACCC volleyball seeding complete, attention now turns to postseason play.  The NJCAA Gulf Atlantic District Tournament will be held November 1-3 at Snead State Community College (Plunkett Wallace Gymnasium) in Boaz, AL.  All times are CT. 

The Gulf Atlantic District A/B Tournament champion will represent District A in the NJCAA National Tournament with the runner-up representing District B.  

Tournament seeds:
1)  Wallace State Community College
2)  Gadsden State Community College
3)  Monroe College, NY (Region 15)
4)  Coastal Alabama Community College-South
5)  Lawson State Community College
6)  Snead State Community College

Friday, November 1
Match 1  9:00 am   Snead State 0 vs. Monroe Final
Match 2  11:00 am   Lawson State 3 vs. Coastal Alabama-South Final
Match 3  1:00 pm   Monroe vs. Gadsden State Final
Match 4  3:00 pm  Lawson State 3 vs. Wallace State 0 Final

Saturday, November 2
Match 5  10:00 am  Coastal Alabama-South 0 vs. Monroe Final  Coastal-South eliminated
Match 6  12:00 pm  Snead State vs. Wallace State Final  Snead State eliminated
Match 7  2:00 pm  Monroe 3 vs. Wallace State Final  Wallace State eliminated
Match 8  4:00 pm  Gadsden State 3 vs. Lawson State Final 

Sunday, November 3
Match 9  10:00 am  Lawson State 1 vs. Monroe Final
Match 10  12:00 pm  Championship Match - Gadsden State 0 vs. Monroe Final
Match 11  2:00 pm  Gadsden State 3 vs. Monroe Final  Gadsden State wins Championship

General admission:
$8.00 per day
$18.00 Tournament Pass
Children under 12 free
T-shirts $12.00

All matches will be streamed live at https://www.jockjive.com/acccsports.html.

Please check here or https://twitter.com/acccathletics for up to date results. 

Snead State Community College
Plunkett Wallace Gymnasium
509 West Mann Avenue
Boaz, AL 35957

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