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2014-15 Peach Belt Conference Championships

Sport Date Location/Host 2014-15 Champion
Women's Cross Country Nov. 8
Fort Gordon (Augusta, GA) / Georgia Regents, 9:45AM
 
 
Men's Cross Country Nov. 8
Fort Gordon (Augusta, GA) / Georgia Regents, 9:00AM

 

Women's Soccer

Nov. 4 (First Round)

Nov. 7-9 (Championship)

Top eight teams advance to tournament play

First round matches hosted by higher seeds

Semifinals and Finals at Blanchard Woods Park, Evans, Ga.

Tournament Website

 

Men's Soccer

Nov. 4 (First Round)

Nov. 7-9 (Championship)

Top eight teams advance to tournament play

First round matches hosted by higher seeds

Semifinals and Finals at Blanchard Woods Park, Evans, Ga.

Tournament Website

 

Volleyball

Nov. 11 (First Round)

Nov. 14-15 (Championship)

Top eight teams advance to tournament play

First round matches hosted by higher seeds

Semifinals and Finals at highest remaining seed

 

 

Basketball

Feb. 28 (First Round)

Mar. 7-8 (Championship)

Top four teams in each division advance to tournament play

First round games hosted by higher seeds

Semifinals and Finals at highest remaining seed in Men's East Division

 

 

 

Men's and Women's Golf Apr. 17-19

Greenwood Country Club / Lander University

Three days with 18 holes each day

 

 

 

Softball Apr. 24-25

Georgia College

Top eight teams single elimination

 


Tennis Apr. 24-26
Florence Tennis Center / Francis Marion University

Top eight teams with backdraw

 

Track & Field Apr. 16-18

University of Montevallo

 

 

Baseball TBD TBD  

2013-14 NCAA Championships

Sport Date NCAA Host
Cross Country

Nov. 22 (Regionals)

Dec. 6, 2014 (Finals) Fall Festival

Regionals: Montevallo

Championship: Louisville, KY

Men's Soccer

1st & 2nd Rounds - Nov. 13-16

3rd Round - Nov. 20 or 21

Quarterfinals - Nov. 22 or 23

Finals - Dec. 4 & 6, 2014 Fall Festival

Regionals: TBD

Championship: Louisville, KY

Women's  Soccer

1st & 2nd Rounds - Nov. 14-16

3rd Round - Nov. 21

Quarterfinals - Nov. 22 or 23

Finals - Dec. 4 & 6, 2014 Fall Festival

Regionals: TBD

Championship: Louisville, KY

Volleyball

Nov. 20-22 or Nov. 21-23 (Regionals)

Dec. 4-6 (Finals) Fall Festival

Regionals: TBD

Championship: Louisville, KY

Men's Basketball

Mar. 14-17, 2015 (Regionals)

Mar. 25, 26 & 28, 2015 (Finals)

Elite Eight: Evansville, IN
Women's Basketball

Mar. 13-16, 2015 (Regionals)

Mar. 24, 25 & 27, 2015 (Finals)

Elite Eight: Sioux Falls, SD
Tennis

May 13-16, 2015 (Finals)

Championship: Surprise, AZ
Women's Golf

May 3-5, 2015 (Regionals)

May 13-16, 2015 (finals)

Regionals: Pace, FL

Championship:

Men's Golf

May 3-6, 2015 (Regionals)

May 18-22, 2015 (Finals)


Softball

May 8-10, 2015 (Regionals)

May 15-16, 2015 (Super Regionals)

May 21-25, 2015 (Finals)

Championship: Oklahoma City, OK
Baseball

May 14-17 2015 (Regionals)

May 23-30, 2015 (Finals)


 

 

All-Time PBC NCAA II National Champions
Golf
 Columbus State University (1992, 1994, 1997)
 Francis Marion University (2003)
 USC Aiken (2004, 05, 06)
Men's Basketball
 Kennesaw State University (2003-04)
Women's Basketball
Clayton State University (2010-11)
Men's Tennis
 Lander University (1993, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 2000)
 Armstrong Atlantic State (2008, 2009, 2012)
Women's Tennis
 Armstrong Atlantic State University (1995, 1996, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013)
Softball
 Kennesaw State University (1995, 1996)
Baseball
 Kennesaw State University (1996)
 Columbus State University (2002)
Women's Soccer
 Kennesaw State University (2003)

 

All-Time PBC NCAA II National Finalists
Baseball
 Georgia College & State University (1995)
 Kennesaw State University (1998-1999)
 Columbus State University (2007)
Golf
 USC Aiken (1995-1996, 1999)
 Columbus State University (1998)
 Armstrong Atlantic State (2005)
 USC Upstate (2007)
Men's Soccer
 USC Spartanburg (1995, 1998)
Men's Basketball
 Augusta State (2007-08)
 Montevallo (2011-12)
Men's Tennis
 North Florida (2005)
 Armstrong Atlantic State (2013)
Women's Tennis
 Armstrong Atlantic State (1997, 98, 99, 2002, 2006)
Softball
 Kennesaw State University (2000, 2005)
 Georgia College & State University (2003)

 

NCAA Individual Champions
Women's Cross Country
  Marjo Venalainen (Kennesaw State), 1999
  Marjo Venalainen (Kennesaw State), 2000
Men's Golf
  Jeff Goff (USC Aiken), 2008
  Christian Ries (Columbus State), 2007
  Dane Burkhart (USC Aiken), 2005
*Men's Tennis
  Pradeep Raman (Armstrong Atlantic State) 1991 - singles champion
  Philip Schertel (Armstrong Atlantic State) 1992 - singles champion
  Lee Holyoak & Brett Simpson (Lander) 1994 - doubles champions
**Women's Tennis
  Mary Hirst & Lee Whitwell (Francis Marion - 1994 - Doubles Champions
  Mary Hirst & Lee Whitwell (Francis Marion - 1993 - Doubles Champions
** - The NCAA awarded indivual champions in singles and doubles until 1994.