NWAC Men & Women Basketball Championships Returning to Everett Community College for the Next Three Years | Sports Destination Management

NWAC Men & Women Basketball Championships Returning to Everett Community College for the Next Three Years

Jan 17, 2019

The Northwest Athletic Association (NWAC) is pleased to announce that the NWAC Men’s and Women’s Championship Basketball Tournaments will be returning to the Walter Price Athletic Complex at Everett Community College for the next three years (2019-2021).  

The NWAC is happy to be returning to a familiar facility with familiar faces supporting the championships once again.  “We are delighted to be hosting the 2019 NWAC Men & Women Basketball Championships at Everett Community College again” states Tammy Dunn, Sports Development Director of the Snohomish County Sports Commission. “The chance to host a collegiate championship in our community is an honor and we look forward to working with Everett Community College and Northwest Athletic Conference in bringing a memorable basketball championship for all who attend the games.”

The 2019 Sweet 16 and Elite 8 portions of the tournament will see the men take center stage on Thursday March 7-8, with the winners coming back to Everett Community College for championship weekend March 16-17.  The women’s Sweet 16 and Elite 8 games are Friday March 9-10.  The men will join the women for championship weekend March 16 -17.

According to NWAC Executive Director, Marco Azurdia, “the NWAC is pleased to partner with the Snohomish County Sports Commission, Everett Community College, and our sponsors in the City of Everett, to provide NWAC student-athletes a great championship experience.  We will continue our community service project as our student-athletes not only impact the community economically, but also socially.”

About Northwest Athletic Conference: The NWAC is the athletic governing body of 36 Community Colleges in Washington (23), Oregon (11), Idaho (1), and British Columbia (1).  The conference provides administrative oversight of 15 men’s and women’s intercollegiate sports and 10 championship events. There are over 280 teams competing each year in the Northwest Athletic Conference and over 3900 community college student-athletes participate in NWAC athletics. 

About Snohomish County Sports Commission: The Snohomish County Sports Commission (SCSC) was formed in 2005 as an entity of the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau.  The SCSC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. The Snohomish County Tourism Bureau is a non-profit economic development agency responsible for the year-round professional tourism marketing of Snohomish County, Washington. 

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