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Future National Championship Sites Announced by NJCAA

20 Apr, 2015


The home office of the NJCAA – the national governing body of two-year college athletics - announced today 17 sites have been awarded to host nine of its 48 championships, ranging from 2015-19. The selected sites span 13 states from across the nation with New York leading the way with three events awarded.

All selections (listed below) were made by the organization’s championship events committee and approved at the recent 2015 NJCAA Board of Directors Meeting held in Tucson, Ariz.  

The NJCAA will be soliciting bids in the coming weeks from potential hosts for its next round of championships that are up for contract. For more information on hosting an NJCAA Championship contact Assistant Executive Director Mark Krug (p - 719.590.9788 | e – mkrug@njcaa.org).

Division II Women’s Basketball     
– North Arkansas College; Harrison, Ark. (2017-18-19)

Division I Men’s Golf       
– Duran Golf Club; Melbourne, Fla. (2016)
– Buffalo Dunes Golf Course; Garden City, Kan. (2017)
– Rawls Course; Lubbock, Texas (2018)

Division II Men’s Golf
– Swan Lake Golf Resort; Plymouth, Ind. (2016)
– Longbow Golf Club; Mesa, Ariz. (2017)
– Green Lake Golf Club; Foley, Ala. (2018)

Division III Outdoor Track & Field
– Westfield State University; Westfield, Mass. (2016)
– Howard Community College; Columbia, Md. (2017)
–Mohawk Valley Community College; Utica, N.Y. (2018)

Division III Men’s Soccer
– Herkimer College; Herkimer, N.Y. (2016-17-18)

Division III Women’s Tennis
– Peachtree Tennis Center; Peachtree City, Ga. (2015-16-17)

Division II Volleyball
– Charleston Civic Center; Charleston, W.V. (2016-17-18)

Division III Volleyball
– Rochester Regional Sports Center; Rochester, Minn. (2016-17-18)

Indoor Track & Field
– Pittsburg State University; Pittsburg, Kan. (2017 & 2019)
– Texas Tech University; Lubbock, Texas (2018)

Men’s Lacrosse
– Onondaga Community College; Syracuse, N.Y. (2016-17-18)

About the NJCAA: Since 1938 the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) has been the governing body of two-year college athletics, offering athletic and academic opportunities to college students. The NJCAA is the second largest national intercollegiate athletic organization in the United States with over 500 member schools in 43 states. Each year nearly 60,000 student-athletes compete in one of 28 different sports and the organization sponsors 48 national championship events and nine football bowl games. NJCAA Headquarters has been located in Colorado Springs, Colo., since 1985. For more information visit www.njcaa.org.

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