Host Sites Announced For 2018-2022 NCAA Volleyball Championships

Host Sites Announced For 2018-2022 NCAA Volleyball Championships
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Every year, the top college volleyball teams look ahead to the NCAA championships as their ultimate goal. It's the "Road to Omaha," "Road to Columbus," or "Road to Kansas City." Now, with an announcement from the NCAA of championship sites through 2022, the country's top volleyball players can start visualizing their road to the title for the next five years.

This December, the NCAA women's volleyball semifinals and final will be in Kansas City, Missouri. For 2018, the University of Minnesota will host in Minneapolis. In 2019, Duquesne welcomes the top teams in Pittsburgh. Five years after it saw Nebraska win the 2015 national championship inside the CenturyLink Center, Omaha, NE, will host again, and in another repeat performance, 2016 host Columbus, Ohio, and Ohio State won the bid for 2021.

University of Alabama-Birmingham and the Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Sports Commission will continue to the beach volleyball national championships through 2022.

Division I-II men's volleyball will be in Long Beach, California, at the home of the current No. 1 team in the country, Long Beach State, in 2019. Then it will be George Mason, Ohio State, and UCLA hosting in 2020, 2021, and 2022, respectively.

2018-2022 Volleyball & Beach Volleyball Championship Sites


2018
Men's DIII: April 27-29, Kenosha, Wisconsin (Carthage)
Men's DI-II: May 3-5, Los Angeles, California (UCLA)
Beach: May 4-6, Gulf Shores, Alabama (UAB)
Women's DIII: November 15-17, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Saint Vincent)
Women's DII: November 25-December 1, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Slippery Rock)
Women's DI: December 13-15, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Minnesota)

2019
Men's DIII: April 26-28, Union, New Jersey (Kean)
Men's DI-II: May 2-4, Long Beach, California (Long Beach State)
Beach: May 3-5, Gulf Shores, Alabama (UAB)
Women's DIII: November 21-23, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Women's DII: December 12-14, Denver, Colorado (Metro State)
Women's DI: December 19-21, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Duquesne)

2020
Men's DIII: April 24-26, Dubuque, Iowa (Loras)
Beach: May 1-3, Gulf Shores, Alabama (UAB)
Men's DI-II: May 7-9, Fairfax, Virginia (George Mason)
Women's DIII: November 19-21, Columbus, Ohio (Capital)
Women's DII: December 10-12, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Women's DI: December 17-19, Omaha, Nebraska (Nebraska)

2021
Men's DIII: April 23-25, Rochester, New York (Nazareth)
Men's DI-II: May 6-8, Columbus, Ohio (Ohio State)
Beach: May 7-9, Gulf Shores, Alabama (UAB)
Women's DIII: November 18-20, St. Louis, Missouri (Washington University in St. Louis)
Women's DII: December 9-11, Tampa, Florida (Tampa)
Women's DI: December 16-18, Columbus, Ohio (Ohio State)

2022
Men's DIII: April 22-24, Canton, Ohio
Men's DI-II: May 5-7, Los Angeles, California (UCLA)
Beach: May 6-8, Gulf Shores Alabama (UAB)
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