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NCAA Championship starts Thursday

April 9, 2013



Watch | View NTCA Poll Get Acrobat Reader | Tournament Central

When: April 11-13

Where: Super Bowl Lanes, Canton, Michigan

Schedule:
Wednesday, April 10
Team practice sessions
Student-Athlete Banquet

Thursday, April 11
Qualifying Round 1 (10:40-2:00 p.m. CT)
Qualifying Round 2 (4:40-8:45 p.m.)

Friday, April 12
Rounds 1-4: 10:40 a.m. - 9:00 p.m

Saturday, April 13
Round 5 (if necessary 3:10-4:40)
Championship final (7:00-9:00 p.m.)

Tournament Format: The championship bracket will be posted on www.ncaa.com. The tournament is double-elimination, Baker match play. Seeding is established after Thursday's qualifying.

Live Web Stream: All matches will be streamed live by NCAA.com.

Live Championship Final: The championship game will be televised live by ESPNU and replayed Sunday, April 14, from 1:00-2:30 by ESPN.

Official Website: Detroit Mercy is hosting the tournament and all results will be posted on detroittitans.com in addition to Vanderbilt's site, which will focus on Vanderbilt results and commentary.

Vandy's 10: Vanderbilt's will travel its entire team but is allowed to suit up 10 members: seniors Jessica Earnest, Kim Carper and Courtney Morgan, junior Lauren Rhein, sophomores Natalie Goodman and Nicole Mosesso and freshmen Robyn Renslow, Amanda Fry and Tori Ferris. Senior Sarah O'Brien will also be in uniform but due to injury will be unavailable for any action.

Academic Nominee: The NCAA presents an award at each of its championship events, the Elite 89 Award, to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade point average. Vanderbilt's nominee is Nicole Mosesso, who carries a 3.754 GPA in Health, Medicine and Society.

Final Regular Season Poll: The Commodores come in at No. 5 in the final National Ten Pin Coaches Association poll of the regular season. View Poll Get Acrobat Reader


 

 

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