Tallahassee Community College's women's basketball team has received an at-large berth to the NJCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championship in Lubbock, Texas, March 20-25.
As the No. 7 seed in the 24-team field, the Eagles received a first-round bye and will play their first game at 9 p.m. eastern, Tuesday, March 21 against the winner of No. 10 Shelton (Ala.) State Community College and No. 23 North Dakota State College of Science.
All games will be played at the Rip Griffin Center on the campus of Lubbock Christian University.
The tournament is single-elimination. Once the field is down to four teams, the two semifinal winners will play for the national championship while the two semifinal losers will meet in the third place game.
Tournament web site
Complete tournament information is available online at njcaalubbock2017.org.
How to watch
All NJCAA Tournament games will be streamed live on NJCAA TV.
NJCAA TV is available on both desktop and moblie/tablet devices on most default web browsers. The latest updated version of Google Chrome is recommended for optimal viewing and compatibility.
NJCAA TV streaming platforms are also available via several popular Over-the-Top (OTT) applications, including Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV and Roku. Fans can access these streaming apps via free downloads through the Amazon Fire TV and Amazon Fire TV Stick, the Play Store on Android TV, the App Store on Apple TV, and as a streaming channel on Roku.
While in Lubbock, the team headquarters will be the Overton Hotel and Conference Center. Any media requests for players and/or coaches should be directed to Rob Chaney, director of athletics, via e-mail at email@example.com.
How to Follow
- High-powered TCC offense ready for NJCAA tournament (March 21, Tallahassee.com)
- @NJCAALubbock Preview: Tallahassee vs. Shelton State (March 21, TCCeagles.com)
- #TCCBasketball: Wilson, James named All-America by WBCA (March 21, TCCeagles.com)
- #TCCBasketball: Eagles earn No. 7 seed, first-round bye in Lubbock (March 18, TCCeagles.com)
- TCC's Wilson named FCSAA Player of the Year (March 16, Tallahassee.com)
- #TCCBasketball: Wilson, James headline media’s All-PC teams (March 16, TCCeagles.com)
- #TCCBasketball: Wilson named FCSAA Player of the Year (March 16, TCCeagles.com)
- #TCCBasketball: Eagle women earn at-large bid to Lubbock (March 12, TCCeagles.com)