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NCAA.com | December 2, 2014

2014 NCAA DII Championships Festival: Louisville, Ky.

The 2014 Division II National Championships Fall Festival agenda is designed to positively impact the lives of the greater Louisville community through education and experiences.

2014 DII FESTIVAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
(M) Cross Country (W) Cross Country (W) Field Hockey (M) Soccer (W) Soccer (W) Volleyball
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2014 DII FESTIVAL TICKET PRICES
All Sports $30 All-Session Adult Ticket
All Sports $15 All-Session Youth / Student Ticket
All Sports $15 Single Session Adult Ticket
All Sports $5 Single Session Youth / Student Ticket
Cross Country $5 Per person in car
Tickets will be available for purchase on-site beginning Dec. 2 at Bellarmine University.
2014 DII FESTIVAL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Louisville, Kentucky  |  Hosted by Bellarmine University  |  Dec. 4-6  |  All times ET
DEC. 4
11 a.m. (M) Soccer Semifinals Game 1 Owlsey B. Frasier Stadium
Noon (W) Volleyball Quarterfinals Game 1 Knights Hall
1 p.m. (W) Field Hockey Semifinals Game 1 Trager Stadium
2 p.m. (M) Soccer Semifinals Game 2 Owsley B. Frasier Stadium
2:30 p.m. (W) Volleyball Quarterfinals Game 2 Knights Hall
4 p.m. (W) Field Hockey Semifinals Game 2 Trager Stadium
5 p.m. (W) Soccer Semifinals Game 1 Owsley B. Frasier Stadium
5 p.m. (W) Volleyball Quarterfinals Game 3 Knights Hall
7:30 p.m. (W) Volleyball Quarterfinals Game 4 Knights Hall
8 p.m. (W) Soccer Semifinals Game 2 Owsley B. Frasier Stadium
 
DEC. 5
3 p.m. (W) Volleyball Semifinals 1 Knights Hall
5:30 p.m. (W) Volleyball Semifinals 2 Knights Hall
 
DEC. 6
11 a.m. (M) Cross Country Championship E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park
Noon (M) Soccer Championship Owsley B. Frasier Stadium
12:15 p.m. (W) Cross Country Championship E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park
1:30 p.m. (W) Field Hockey Championship Trager Stadium
3 p.m. (W) Soccer Championship Owsley B. Frasier Stadium
4 p.m. (W) Volleyball Championship Knights Hall
7 p.m.   Closing Celebration 4th Street Live, Downtown Louisville

The Division II National Championships Festival will feature national championships in men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball. Bellarmine University and the Louisville Sports Commission will serve as co-hosts for the event. The Division II national championships festivals are the only place in the NCAA where six champions will be crowned in a single event, in one city on one day. The Festival provides an unparalleled opportunity to celebrate the achievements of more than 1,100 DII student-athletes.

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ABOUT THE DII FESTIVAL
• The goal of the Festival is to enhance the collegiate experience and create exposure for Division II sports.
• The Festival is held every year, rotating the season of sports to include fall, winter and spring.
• Opening and closing ceremonies, community engagement projects, and social opportunities for student-athletes are all hallmark events at the festivals. Student-athletes are housed in centrally located hotels allowing for an “athlete village” atmosphere.

FUTURE DII FESTIVALS
YEAR SEASON DATE SITE
2015-16 Spring May 16-21, 2016 Denver
2016-17 Winter March 5-11, 2017 Birmingham, Ala.
2018-19 Fall Nov. 27-Dec. 1, 2018 TBD

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