2016 GCAC Volleyball schedule announced

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New Orleans – The Gulf Coast Athletic Conference announced the league’s 2016 volleyball schedule on Monday.

Conference play is set to begin on Saturday, Sep. 10 and will conclude on Monday, Oct. 31.

The seven teams of the GCAC compete in a double-round robin format, with each school playing all conference opponents twice during the regular season.  Xavier University and Southern University at New Orleans finished tied for the conference championship last season.  It was the first time that Xavier did not win the league outright in six years.

2016 GCAC VOLLEYBALL CONFERENCE SCHEDULE (All dates are subject to change)

Saturday, September 10

Xavier @ Edward Waters

Tallladega @ SUNO

Tougaloo @ Dillard

 

Monday, September 12

Talladega @ Dillard

Tougaloo @ SUNO

Philander Smith @ Xavier

 

Saturday, September 17

Dillard @ Philander Smith

Edward Waters @ Talladega

 

Monday, September 19

SUNO @ Philander Smith

Edward Waters @Tougaloo

 

Thursday, September 22

Xavier @ Dillard

 

Saturday, September 24

Dillard @ Edward Waters

Talladega @ Philander Smith

 

Monday, September 26

Tougaloo @ Talladega

Philander Smith @ Edward Waters

 

Thursday, September 29

SUNO @ Xavier

 

 

Saturday, October 1

Philander Smith @ Tougaloo

Edward Waters @ SUNO

Talladega @ Xavier

 

Monday, October 3

Xavier @ Tougaloo

 

Thursday, October 6

SUNO @ Dillard

 

Saturday, October 8

Edward Waters @ Xavier

SUNO @ Talladega

Dillard @ Tougaloo

 

Monday, October 10

SUNO @ Tougaloo

Xavier @ Philander Smith

Dillard @ Talladega

 

Thursday, October 13

Dillard @ Xavier

 

Saturday, October 15

Philander Smith @ Dillard

Talladega @ Edward Waters

 

Monday, October 17

Tougaloo @ Edward Waters

Philander Smith @ SUNO

 

 

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