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NCAA.com | October 14, 2014

2014-15 Championships

FALL 2014 CHAMPIONSHIPS
Division I
SPORT DATES LOCATION VENUE
Field Hockey Nov. 21, 23 College Park, Md. Maryland Field Hockey and Lacrosse Stadium
M Cross Country Nov. 22 Terre Haute, Ind. LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course
W Cross Country Nov. 22 Terre Haute, Ind. LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course
W Soccer Dec. 5, 7 Boca Raton, Fla. FAU Stadium
M Soccer Dec. 12, 14 Cary, N.C. WakeMed Soccer Park
W Volleyball Dec. 18, 20 Oklahoma City Chesapeake Energy Arena
FCS Football Jan. 10 Frisco, Texas Toyota Stadium
       
Division II Festival
SPORT DATES LOCATION VENUE
Field Hockey Dec. 4, 6 Louisville, Ky. Trager Stadium
M Soccer Dec. 4, 6 Louisville, Ky. Owsley B. Frazier Stadium
W Soccer Dec. 4, 6 Louisville, Ky. Owsley B. Frazier Stadium
W Volleyball Dec. 4-6 Louisville, Ky. Knights Hall
M Cross Country Dec. 6 Louisville, Ky. E.P. Tom Sawyer Park
W Cross Country Dec. 6 Louisville, Ky. E.P. Tom Sawyer Park
       
Division II
SPORT DATES LOCATION VENUE
Football Dec. 20 Kansas City, Kan. Sporting Park
       
Division III      
SPORT DATES LOCATION VENUE
W Volleyball Nov. 21-23 Newport News, Va. Freeman Center
M Cross Country Nov. 22 Mason, Ohio Golf Center at Kings Island
W Cross Country Nov. 22 Mason, Ohio Golf Center at Kings Island
Field Hockey Nov. 22-23 Lexington, Va. Turf Field
M Soccer Dec. 4, 6 Kansas City Swope Soccer Park
W Soccer Dec. 4, 6 Kansas City Swope Soccer Park
Football Dec. 19 Salem, Va. Salem Stadium
       
National Collegiate      
SPORT DATES LOCATION VENUE
M Water Polo Dec. 6-7 La Jolla, Calif. Canyonview Pool

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