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College Paintball THIS WEEKEND!

Who is ready for some college paintball this weekend?

We have 33 teams from 19 different colleges battling this weekend for first place – and bragging rights!

Follow along at to see the event schedules, and to see how YOUR team is doing!

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2016 National Championships Update – Spectacular New Venue in Kissimmee, FL!

2016 NCPA National Championships Update – Spectacular New Venue in Kissimmee, FL!


The 2016 NCPA National Championships are coming to a NEW venue, the Austin-Tindall Regional Park, just 10 minutes directly south of the Orlando International Airport, in conjunction with the co-ed College D1 Ultimate Frisbee Championships.

The event will be held on April 15-17, 2016! Mark your calendars now!

The facility is a premiere sports park designed to host national-level athletic competitions, featuring level grass playing fields, ample parking, permanent rest rooms, and on-site concessions.

Players and teams will have access to tons of affordable lodging across Osceola county, and enjoy close proximity to one of the nation’s most-connected airports and all of Central Florida’s tourist hot spots.

We will be announcing partner hotels and rates shortly.  Feel free to book your airfare into Orlando International Airport.  More details to follow in the next week.

Sign up for the NCPA National Championships now!

Upcoming College Events – Play Now!

Midwest Great Lakes #3- CRU Paintball, Flint, MI – February 20 –  Schedules and Scores
South Central #3- XFactor Paintball, San Antonio, TX – February 20 – Schedules and Scores
Midwest North #3- O’Hare Paintball, Palatine, IL – February 20 –

Schedules and Scores

Mid-South #3- Nitro Paintball, Canton, GA – February 27 – Sign Up Now!
South Central #4- Fun on the Run Paintball, Fort Worth, TX – March 26 – Sign Up Now!
Mid-South #4- Location TBA – April 2
Northeast #4- Location TBA, April 2
Midwest North #4- Location TBA, April 2
Midwest Great Lakes #4- Location TBA, April 2
NCPA College National Championships- Kissimmee, FL – April 15-17 – Sign Up Now!

Player Eligibility Reminder

A friendly reminder to all players and teams that, in order to play a college event, you must be a full-time, enrolled, degree seeking student at your university, or have a received an eligibility waiver from the NCPA President or CEO.  Additionally, each team must only consist of players attending the same university (satellite campuses and statewide systems count as separate schools).  Each player, as well as your team captain and president, should verify with each player that they meet the eligibility requirements as set forward in our rules.

If you have any question regarding player eligibility, or if you need to apply for an eligibility waiver, please visit the collegiate eligibility page on our website:
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2015 National Championships Re-Airs On CBS Sports Network! Saturday June 6 at 1PM


The 2015 NCPA College Paintball National Championship presented by Empire and DYE re-airs Saturday, June 6th at 1 PM Eastern on CBS Sports Network!

First-time Class A competitors Texas A&M Aggies face off against homestate Florida Atlantic University Owls for the title of National Champion, with expert commentary by paintball veterans Matty Marshall and Todd Martinez with sideline reporting from’s Lauren Kelley.

Don’t miss your chance to watch paintball on a full HD big screen!  Swing by your favorite local sports bar for lunch or set your DVR and watch with friends!

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More 2015 National Championships Videos – Watch Now on YouTube!

Coming to you this Saturday, we have TWO MORE Prelim Matches from the 2015 NCPA Nationals for you to watch on YouTube! Check out these awesome match ups!

Kennesaw State vs. Northeastern

East Carolina vs Texas A&M

Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to catch all the Nationals action, as well as share and like all of the videos from this year’s webcast!  Also like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and follow us on Instagram!

Stay tuned as we release more videos from this year’s National Championship!

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2015 National Championships Videos – Watch Now on YouTube!

The first three Prelim Matches from the 2015 NCPA Nationals are now available to watch on YouTube! Check out these awesome match ups!

The Paintball Club at The University of Akron vs. Saginaw Valley State University

UConn Paintball vs. Navy Paintball

Fresno State Paintball vs. UW-Milwaukee Panthers Paintball Club

Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to catch all the Nationals action.  Stay tuned as we release more videos from this year’s National Championship!

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2015 NCPA Nationals – Registration, T-Shirts, and Director Positions

We’re only 10 days away from the final registration deadline for the 2015 NCPA National Championships!  The next payment discount date is next Tuesday, April 7th – save $50 by paying before midnight Eastern!

Are all players FULL TIME students at your school?

As a friendly reminder, all students competing in the NCPA must be eligible students! Ineligible students will not be allowed to play, and any team found playing with ineligible players will be disqualified and face further sanctions.

High school players must be enrolled in the same high school, or must meet one of a few limited exceptions. More High School Eligibility Information

College players must be admitted degree-seeking full-time students at the same school, however students in some limited circumstances may apply for a waiver of the full-time requirement.  ALL WAIVERS MUST BE APPROVED IN ADVANCE IN WRITING BY THE NCPA.

If you are not a full-time student this semester and you believe you qualify for one of these exceptions, you may apply for an eligibility waiver.

Order now for pick-up at or delivery after Nationals!

2015 Nationals Event T-Shirts Are Available for purchase now!  Pick your shirt up at the event, or have them mailed to you for a small fee.

T-Shirts start at $19.95, and are available in Men’s Small through 3XL and Women’s Small to Large.  Order your Shirts Now!

Tips To Make Your Registration Experience Smooth

Here are some tips and reminders to get your team through registration as quickly and smoothly as possible!

  • Please have your entire team come to registration at the same time.
  • Your team’s coach or captain should be the first person in line with your team, with the following items gathered and ready:
    • Class A:
      • Sealed official transcripts, or pre-approved electronic official transcripts
      • Matching jerseys for visual inspection
      • Student ID
      • Government-issued photo ID
    • Class AA:
      • Newspaper article (for publicity waiver)
      • Matching jerseys for visual inspection
      • Student ID
      • Government-issued photo ID
    • High School:
      • Proof of eligibility
  • If any player on your college team has received a written eligibility waiver from the NCPA, please print and have a copy of our official response out and ready.
  • Registration hours:
    • Thursday: 2 PM – 7 PM
    • Friday: 7 AM – 5:30 PM
    • Saturday: 7 AM – 5:30 PM
    • Sunday: 7 AM – End of Games

Save Your Team Hundreds!

Class A: Class A teams must have matching NCPA-approved jerseys including each player’s name and number and present them at team check-in.  There is a $500 fee if a Class A team does not have approved jerseys.  NCPA Jersey Requirements

Class AA: The Class AA entry fee is $900 – but your team can waive the remaining $300 of your entry fee with up to three fee waivers worth $100 each:1) Profile Waiver:  Complete your team and each player profile, including player photo and Player Information (in the Edit Profile tab of your APPA Player Profile.)
2) Jersey Waiver: Have matching team jerseys meeting the NCPA Jersey Requirements
3) Publicity Waiver:  Bring a front-page school newspaper article mentioning the 2015 National Championships.  One article is good for all lines from the same school.Remember, the entry fee that your school has paid assumes that your school will have all three waivers.  The remaining entry fee for any unmet waivers will be collected at registration.  Publicity waivers may be earned after the event and the $100 will be refunded to the original form of payment.High School: Each player MUST bring proof of eligibility, preferably a photo student ID card or a copy of the player’s yearbook with a photo of the player.  Other forms of eligibility documentation should be cleared with the NCPA in advance by emailing

Volunteer now!
Last week we sent out a notice seeking volunteers for the 2015-2016 season for the NCPA Board of Directors.  Thus far we’ve had a good response!  If you would like to run for a position on the Board of Directors please let us know by Friday, April 10.  We’re especially still looking for directors from a few regions: North (Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming), West (Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah and Washington), and an At-Large position.If necessary, elections for contested positions will be held from April 11 to 24.Please consider volunteering! Send an e-mail to to volunteer today and be the voice of your region.

Don’t bring them!
At Nationals this year, we WILL BE ACTIVELY ENFORCING air tank hydrostatic test dates.  Any tank found to be outside of it’s hydro date will be confiscated, the player WILL BE FINED $100, and the player will be immediately suspended until the fine is paid.  There will be no exceptions to this policy – it’s here for your safety and ours.
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2015 Nationals Layout Release Poll | 2016 Board of Directors

2015 National Championships Field Layout Release Date Preference
For 2015, PSP changed their field release schedule so that the Pro field layout is released the day before play, and then used the following event as the layout for the Divisional fields.  This change was well-received by teams and contributed to some exciting play at Dallas, but also prevents us from using the Dallas Pro / Nashville Divisional layout for the 2015 National Champs as we had to order our custom field prior to Dallas.
As such, NCPA will be using a new, unique layout for Nationals.  We can release the layout in advance on March 27, or wait until the event to release it, likely April 15 or 16.
If your team is attending the 2015 National Championship, please visit your team profile on APPA at and indicate your layout release date preference between:
  • Layout released the week of Nationals
  • Layout released Friday, March 27

We will review the votes on Thursday afternoon and announce the results and possibly layout on Friday.  Preferences of paid teams (money received or payment pending) will be given strongest consideration, so make sure you get your National Championship entry paid, or invoice submitted to your school.

2015 – 2016 Board of Directors

The NCPA is holding elections for the Board of Directors for the 2015-2016 school year. Board member responsibilities include attending board meetings (held online), keeping in touch with schools in your region and bringing concerns to the attention of the Board and NCPA officers, and appointing officers (President, Treasurer, Secretary).
There are seven total seats on the NCPA Board of Directors; two At-Large seats plus five seats representing a particular region:
Midwest – Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, Wisconsin
North – Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Wyoming
Northeast – Delaware, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont
Southeast – Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia
West – Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah and Washington

Each school may vote for one candidate representing their region and for one At-Large candidate. If you are interested in running for one of these positions, you may apply for a position on the ballot by sending an email including your name, school, year in school, and your “stump speech” to Candidates must be full-time students for the duration of the 2015-2016 academic school year.

Candidate applications will be accepted through Friday, April 10.  Elections will run from Saturday, April 11th through Sunday, April 19th.

Instructions for voting:
Voting is done through the NCPA College Club List. Each member school should visit the NCPA College Club List . From here, find your school’s state in the upper list, then click on it. This will take you to a list of schools in your state; click on your school. Next, click on the ‘Edit Club Information’ link, and log in with your APPA login information. If you cannot find your team’s information, please e-mail us and we will get it for you.

Once logged in, visit the ‘NCPA Voting’ tab. You will be shown the list of current nominees; select your school’s vote and click ‘Submit Club Vote’. If no options are displayed to vote for, that means there are currently no people running for board members for your region. You should consider running!

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Announcing 2015 National Championships!

The 2015 NCPA National Championships, featuring both college and high school divisions, will return to Central Florida Paintball on April 17-19, 2015.

As we have done in the past, a FREE, live webcast will broadcast Class A matches Friday, Saturday, and the Semi-finals matches on Sunday. Each Class A team will be webcast for at least one match.

Base entry fees will remain the same as the past 5 seasons:
Class A: $1900 – free for Class A conference teams!
Class AA: $600, after 3 earned $100 entry waivers
High School: $300, including 2 cases paint plus a half case per playoff round played.

NCPA will not be making any mid-season rule changes. As usual, NCPA will evaluate whether any potential tweaks to game rules will enhance the competitive environment for our teams during the summer off-season.

While we are anxiously awaiting Nationals, we thought you might enjoy some previously unreleased action from the 2014 National Championships – Semifinals action between the University of Central Florida Knights and the Florida Atlantic University Owls!

From all of the NCPA volunteers, we wish everyone a Happy Holidays, and we can’t wait to see all of you next semester and at the National Championships!

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2014 Class AA Proposed Dates

In preparation for the upcoming 2014-2015 season, we would like to let all of our schools know what dates we are looking to hold events on.  These dates have been proposed based on school breaks, major paintball tournaments (PSP World Cup), weather, and proximity to Nationals.  While it’s not possible to have a schedule to accommodate every single school, we believe the dates listed will maximize the number of events your team can attend throughout the year.

MSCC Conference– West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Maryland
Event #1 – September 27, 2014
Event #2 – November 8, 2014 (outdoor or indoor depending on weather)
Event #3 – February 14, 2015
Event #4 – March 28, 2015

NEIC Conference– Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Pennsylvania
Event #1 – September 27, 2014
Event #2 – October 18, 2014
Event #3 – February 21, 2015 (indoor)
Event #4 – April 4, 2015

MWGL Conference– Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois
Event #1 – October 4, 2014
Event #2 – November 8, 2014 (indoor)
Event #3 – February 7, 2015 (indoor)
Event #4 – April 4, 2015

Midwest Conference– Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas
Event #1 – September 27, 2014
Event #2 – October 25, 2014 (possibly indoor)
Event #3 – February 18, 2015 (indoor)
Event #4 – March 28, 2015

MWN Conference– Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska
Event #1 – September 27, 2014
Event #2 – October 18, 2014
Event #3 – February 14, 2015 (indoor)
Event #4 – April 4, 2015

SCCC  Conference– Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado
Event #1 – September 27, 2014
Event #2 – October 18, 2014
Event #3 – November 15, 2014
Event #4 – February 15, 2015
Event #5 – March 29, 2015

West Conference – Nevada, Arizona, California
Event #1 – November 1, 2014
Event #2 – February 14, 2015

We are anticipating that the 2015 National Championships will be held either April 10-12 or April 17-19. We’d love to hear from you about these dates!  Let us know what’s on your mind by visiting our PbNation forum:

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NCPA Summer Update – Class AA, Class A, and More!

Hello everyone!
I’d like to start out by thanking everyone for a great 2013-2014 season! Nationals this year was one of the best I’ve attended in recent memory (except for one specific NEIC coach not being in attendance – we all strongly disliked that  ). As a league, I believe that we’ve continued to push forward in some key areas– expanding our relationship within the paintball industry, promoting the National Championship television show by means of broadcasting on premium cable for the second year in a row (and the 10th consecutive year on television).
We’ve also expanded our team internally to help correct some of the backward steps we’ve taken in the past two seasons. Ryan Spierowski joins us in an operations role, and will be primarily responsible for scheduling events and maintaining relationships with teams, host fields, and coordinating sponsorships for the league. Amanda Gruhlke joins us as a league representative, and will be working hand-in-hand with teams as their primary point of contact for day-to-day operations – such as registering teams, working with school finance departments, and having someone that teams can reach, and receive a prompt response, if they have questions. Ryan (Ryan@CPX) and Amanda (Short Stuff) join Rebekah Gast (Rebekah), Rob Ortiz (PSUGhost), Joe Rieger (dymium), and Chris Raehl (raehl) as the NCPA team, along with all of our other volunteers and coordinators.
For the progress that we have made these past few seasons, we’ve fallen short of our own expectations in key areas. The two key areas we are addressing are Class AA scheduling and Class A. I’ll start with Class AA. We have compiled a list of school breaks for all schools who have participated in the NCPA in the past. Primarily spring breaks, but we’ve done our best to identify fall breaks as well. With these in mind, we’ll be generating in the next few weeks a list of dates for each conference that we believe will best serve as a schedule for each region. We will release those target dates both right here on PbNation, our website, Facebook, and Twitter. Once we’ve had an opportunity to review with teams those dates and gather your feedback, we will begin reaching out to fields to schedule those events for the full 2014-2015 season. Our goal is to have the entire season pre-planned before you guys get back to school – allowing you to focus on preparing your budgets, securing funding, practicing, and your studies (of course  ). We would like to continue this trend for future seasons and begin moving the planning process earlier and earlier. If your local field is willing and able to host an NCPA Class AA event, please let us know via e-mail ( We will also be doing a better job of preparing schools for the expenses associated with playing. Paint prices and grades will be made clearly available on APPA and the NCPA website, and we will not allow an event to be posted or planned without having a firm commitment from host without that information.The next area we are reviewing is Class A. In three seasons we’ve gone from 10 schools to 5 in our season conferences, and we had fewer Class A teams at Nationals than we did last year. We have not been proactive in planning Class A conferences, speaking with schools that would be interested in playing, or following through with our schools to ensure that their programs are in a healthy state so they can continue growing and playing. Additionally, we also have one of the more expensive formats to play, while at the same time seeing average funding levels from universities cut and paint prices going up. What this ultimately means for us is that there are some changes we feel can be made to the program to energize Class A growth, as well as Class AA growth. After several years of debate and discussion, we are considering making the following changes to the Class A program:

  • The NEIC Class A conference will continue to operate, and we want to add a Florida Class A conference. Note that each conference would have to have 4 paid teams to operate. If we can’t get 4 teams, we would like to switch that region to open events (see below).
  • Nationals will continue to have an open event on Friday, consisting of 3 Full-Format matches.
  • World Cup will continue each year, and will most likely be the open event format.
  • Going forward, we would like to have two formats available: RaceTo-7 and full format (the existing format)
    • All open events (with the possible exception of World Cup) would be RaceTo-7.
    • Conference events would be either full format or RaceTo-7, where paid conference teams will determine which format will be played.
    • Nationals will be full format
  • We would like to hold up to 1 open Class A event in non-season regions each semester. Open events would be the PSP Pro RaceTo-7 format (one half, 20 minute stop-clock, with penalty boxes). Entry would be limited to 6 teams per event for scheduling purposes.
  • Proposed entry fee structure:
    • Full season, full format: $3800 base price, $150 tiered late fees (no price increases here).
    • Open event, Nationals and World Cup: $1900 (Nationals will be full-format, Cup format is TBD).
    • Open event, RaceTo-7: $1300.
      • 4 team minimum per event. Limited exceptions *may* be made to allow 3 team events.
      • Each non-conference, open event team will receive $500 off their 2015 Nationals entry fee and one free Class AA entry fee, redeemable any time during the 2014-2015 season after their open event is completed.
      • Any team participating in 3 or more open events will receive a free 2015 Nationals entry.
  • Seeding for Nationals will be modified. We will keep the usual order of tiebreakers and seeding in place. Average margin would now be computed as the greater of:
    • Regular season average margin (all events played during the regular season, open or conference, including Nationals Friday play).
    • Average margin from Nationals Friday play.
  • We would no longer provide an automatic entry into the Saturday / Sunday National Championships for Cup and Conference winners. Instead, winners would be given extra wins based on their final placement at Class A events (or their conference placement) to be used in determining their seeding.
    • Season-long conference 1st place team: 3 extra wins
    • Season-long conference 2nd place team: 1 extra win
    • Open event winner: 1 extra win. If 6 teams participate, winner would receive 2 extra wins.
    • World Cup 1st place team: 2 extra wins if they are a non-conference team, otherwise 1 extra win
    • World Cup 2nd place team: 1 extra win if they are a non-conference team

With these changes, we hope to be able to provide a sustainable model for Class A play while still encouraging teams to form strong conferences of Class AA. Encouraging growth in both formats allows us to introduce new schools to college paintball (Class AA) and to provide a more feasible growth path for organizations to strive for (Class A) given the projected level of funding provided by schools and team fundraising. For schools who have been playing Class A, and for those interested in trying out Class A, we would love to hear from you! What do you think about these proposed changes? Where can we improve this program to provide more value for you? What don’t you like?

The final area that we will strive to change is in our communication. This starts with you guys! We want to hear what you think, what is going on with your programs, what struggles you are having, and how we can help your organization grow. Adding Amanda and Ryan to the team as points of contact is a start for us. We want to be more active on PbNation, Facebook, and Twitter, where we can reach all of the teams in an efficient way. We will also be updating our website. Those of you that have been around long enough remember the old version of the website, and know that the current website was a dramatic improvement. We also know that information is hard to find, and that we haven’t done a good job of keeping things updated. We will be re-organizing the site this summer to hopefully provide a better means of finding the information you need, as well as keeping things updated as we make changes. We would also like to feature more of you guys! If your program has done something exciting or new, let us know about it! Shoot a video or documentary of your team? Represent your school at another paintball event? Show off to the world! Communication is always a two-way street – we want to hear from you on a frequent basis to know how we’re doing, and how your team is doing. The easiest way for you to get involved is to run for the NCPA Board of Directors! We have many open spots to fill, and we need them filled now! Your responsibilities and time requirements range from minimal (a few conference calls per season) to as much as you want to be involved, and the only requirement is that you are a full-time student for the 2014-2015 academic year. If you’d like to be on the NCPA Board, please send us an e-mail with your name and school,

We hope that you are as excited about the upcoming season as we are! Please let us know what you think about the upcoming season and proposed changes. Let us know what your team is doing this summer! We look forward to hearing from you, and we look forward to a successful 2014-2015 season.  If you would like to share your opinions and comment on any of these changes, or to let us know what changes you would like to see, head over to our official forum on PbNation:

Joe Rieger


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2014 National Championships is Coming!



Get all of the details and sign your team up NOW at the Nationals Website:

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Don’t Miss The Action! May 18th at Noon EST on CBS Sports Network!

Didn’t make it down to the 2013 NCPA National Championships? No problem! Don’t miss out on the Championship Match between Cal State University – Long Beach 49ers and Florida Gulf Coast University!

The Championship Match will be broadcast on CBS Sports Network Saturday, May 18th 2013 at Noon EST! For the ninth consecutive year, catch the Championship match on TV, and for the first time in paintball history, you can watch paintball on a major cable network in High Definition!

To see what channel number the 2013 National Championships will be on in your area, please click here for local listings!

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2013 NCPA National Championships

2013 College and High School Paintball
National Championships

April 19-21, 2013 at
Central Florida Paintball in Lakeland, FL.

Get the full details at the 2013 National Championships Page!

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2012 NCPA College Paintball Championship Premieres Sunday June 24

2012 Champs Premiere Sunday June 24 at 6 PM!

The 2012 NCPA College Paintball Championship between the Cal State-Long Beach 49ers and University of Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks will premiere on Sunday, June 24 at 6 PM Eastern on Fox College Sports Atlantic.

The show will be rebroadcast all summer long, so there’s plenty of chances to watch. Additional showtimes:

Date Time Channel
Sun, 06/24 06:00 PM FCS Atlantic
Sun, 06/24 11:00 PM FCS Central
Mon, 06/25 04:30 AM FCS Pacific
Mon, 06/25 08:00 AM FCS Atlantic
Tue, 06/26 10:00 PM FCS Atlantic
Wed, 06/27 04:00 PM FCS Pacific
Thu, 06/28 04:00 AM FCS Atlantic
Wed, 07/04 05:00 AM FCS Pacific
Wed, 07/04 11:30 AM FCS Pacific
Wed, 07/11 05:00 AM FCS Pacific
Wed, 07/11 06:00 PM FCS Central
Sat, 07/14 10:00 PM FCS Central
Sun, 07/15 06:00 PM FCS Pacific
Mon, 07/16 04:30 AM FCS Atlantic
Wed, 07/18 04:00 AM FCS Pacific
Thu, 07/19 02:00 AM FCS Atlantic
Fri, 07/20 07:30 PM FCS Central
Mon, 07/23 05:00 AM FCS Atlantic
Mon, 07/23 01:30 PM FCS Atlantic
Sun, 07/29 03:00 AM FCS Pacific
Tue, 07/31 12:00 AM FCS Pacific
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National Championships FREE Live Webcast – April 13-15

Watch the webcast here:

The top college teams will compete LIVE April 13-15 on Fox Broadband! Watch the FREE webcast of the 2011 NCPA National Championships brought to you by Empire and DYE, with expert commentary by Matty Marshall, Todd Martinez, Chris Lasoya, Kevin “Catfish” Arcilla and Laura McKeeman.


Can’t wait? Watch previous National Championship matches NOW on and our YouTube channel!

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