PALM BEACH ATLANTIC SAILFISH READY FOR TOURNAMENT PLAY

Written By: Michael Brown, Assistant A.D. for Athletic Communications
11/29/2010

KISSIMMEE, Fla.- Although the Palm Beach Atlantic University volleyball team is hoping for as much support in person at the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) National Tournament this week, those parents, fans, and alumni that are unable to make the trip will have the opportunity to view the games online through a free web stream provided by Webcast America.

Each contest is slated for competition at the Kissimmee Civic Center on Thursday-Saturday, December 2-4, 2010.

The broadcasts are available both live and on-demand and will begin approximately 10 minutes prior to each match beginning.

The Sailfish enter the National Tournament as the #4-overall seed and will compete in Pool A along with #1-seed Indiana Wesleyan University, #5-seed Colorado Christian University, #8-seed Trinity Christian College, and #9-seed Southern Wesleyan University. PBA enters the tournament as the NCCAA South Region champion and a 23-9 overall record.

Palm Beach Atlantic opens play against Trinity Christian at 10 am (EST) on Thursday, December 2nd followed by a 2 pm match versus Colorado Christian. They will concluded pool play on Friday, December 3rd when they battled Southern Wesleyan at 12 pm and Indiana Wesleyan at 4 pm.

The top two teams from each pool will move on to Saturday’s championship final four with hopes of claiming the 2010 NCCAA National Championship.

Live statistics will also be provided by the PBA Sports Information Office.

Click Here to Be Directed to the Webcast America Webpage

Webcast America is not affiliated with Palm Beach Atlantic University

Visit pbasailfish.com for the latest news and info on Palm Beach Atlantic University Athletics.

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10 responses to “PALM BEACH ATLANTIC SAILFISH READY FOR TOURNAMENT PLAY

  1. Geordie

    Nice articles on ignored teams!

  2. CJ Jordan

    nice articles about overlooked teams.

  3. I love these obscure teams!

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