U.S. Olympic Beach Volleyball Trials Match Schedule

U.S. Olympic Beach Volleyball Trials Match Schedule

Post by John Kess » Tue, 02 Apr 1996 04:00:00


Thought many online might find this of value...

Tuesday, June 4     Men's and Women's

                    Preliminary Matches       9am - 5pm

Wednesday, June 5   Men's and Women's

                    Preliminary Matches       9am - 5pm

Thursday, June 6    Rain Day/Rest

Friday, June 7      Match #1 Women

                    Match #1 Men              SESSION ONE

                    Match #2 Women            12pm - 5pm

                    Match #2 Men

Saturday, June 8    Match #4 Women            SESSION TWO

                    Match #3 Women            QUALIFIER  9am - 12:30pm

                    Match #3 Men QUALIFIER    SESSION THREE

                    Match #4 Men              1:30pm - 5:30pm

Sunday, June 9      Match #5 Women QUALIFIER  SESSION FOUR

                    Match #5 Men QUALIFIER    12pm - 3pm

1. GRANDSTAND PACKAGE:     5 DAY ADMISSION PASS     $125.00

     * One grandstand seat for all Sessions (Fri, Sat, Sun)

     * Two full days of Preliminaries (Tuesday, Wednesday)

     * Free Admission to Club Olympic

2. COURTSIDE PACKAGE:      5 DAY ADMISSION PASS     $300.00

      * One reserved beach chair for all Sessions (Fri, Sat, Sun)

      * Two full days of Preliminaries (Tues, Wed)

      * Free Admission to Club Olympic

Ticket packages for the U.S. Olympic Beach Volleyball Trials
available through TICKET MASTER:    CALL (410) 481-SEAT

** GROUP RATES also available:      CALL (800) 216-2722

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Regards to all

John Kessel  <><  <><    <><         <><
USA Volleyball Director of Programs
FIVB Technical Commission Secretary
1 Olympic Plaza, Colorado Spgs, CO 80909              
FAX (719) 597-6307 / ((719) 637-8300W                

http://volleyball.org/usav/jkessel.html

 
 
 

U.S. Olympic Beach Volleyball Trials Match Schedule

Post by Joshua R. Stephe » Wed, 03 Apr 1996 04:00:00

Sunday at Columbia, Princeton defeated Penn in the finals and Dartmouth
in the semis to capture its quasi-annual victory in the Ivy tournament.  
The Tigers never up more than 5 points in a game, and I don't think there
was an all-tournament team.

-Josh