Matchups set for MVB Nationals

Red Deer Kings (1) vs. St. Thomas Tommies (8) 
Thursday, March 10 at 1 p.m. (PT)
The Red Deer Kings captured the ACAC Championship with a four-set victory over the Keyano Huskies. Red Deer, CCAA National Champions in 2014, claimed the South Division regular-season crown with an incredible 23-1 record. They’ll face the ACAA Champion St. Thomas Tommies, who are led by third-year setter Marc Blinn. STU, 10-5 in the regular season, claimed its third-straight Conference Championship with a nail-biting five-set victory over the host UNBSJ Seawolves.

Camosun Chargers (4) vs. Mohawk Mountaineers (5)
Thursday, March 10 at 3 p.m. (PT)
After dropping the first two sets to the Douglas Royals in the PACWEST Conference final, the Chargers came from behind to claim the Provincial Championship with a thrilling five-set victory. The defending CCAA Men’s Volleyball National Champions were 22-4 in the regular season. They’ll face the Mohawk Mountaineers, the OCAA wildcard team. Mohawk went 13-5 in the very competitive OCAA West Division.

Fanshawe Falcons (2) vs. Keyano Huskies (7)
Thursday, March 10 at 6 p.m. (PT)
The Fanshawe Falcons captured the OCAA Championship with a straight-set victory over the Mohawk Mountaineers. The Falcons were the class of the OCAA this season, finishing first in the West Division with a 16-2 record. They’ll face the Keyano Huskies, the wildcard entry from the ACAC. The Huskies were defeated by the Red Deer Kings in the Conference Championship final. Keyano finished atop the North Division in the ACAC with a 19-5 record.

Titans de Limoilou (3) vs. Douglas Royals (6)
Thursday, March 10 at 8 p.m. (PT)
Les Titans de Limoilou captured the RSEQ Championship with a thrilling five-set victory over les Géants de St-Jean. The returning Chhavanith Ponn led les Titans to a silver medal at last year’s CCAA National Championship. This season, Limoilou cruised to a 14-2 record and first-place finish in the RSEQ. They’ll face the host Douglas Royals, who fell to the Camosun Chargers in the PACWEST Championship final. Douglas (21-5) finished just two points behind Camosun in the regular season.

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