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2014 GCI Great Alaska Shootout schedule released

By KTVA Sports 3:25 PM July 10, 2014
ANCHORAGE –

The University of Alaska Anchorage has released the official dates for the 2014 GCI Great Alaska Shootout. The tournament will be held at the brand new Alaska Airlines Center on the campus of UAA.

The women’s tournament bracket includes: UAA, Boise State, Long Beach State and Yale.

The men’s tournament bracket includes: UAA, Colorado State, Mercer, Missouri State, Pacific, Rice, UC Santa Barbara and Washington State.

 

2014 GCI GREAT ALASKA SHOOTOUT
Alaska Airlines Center – Anchorage, Alaska
All times AKST – (4 hours behind EST)

Women’s Schedule
Tuesday, Nov. 25 – First Round
6 p.m. – Long Beach State vs Boise State
8 p.m. – Yale vs Alaska Anchorage

Wednesday, Nov. 26
2:30 p.m. – LBSU/BSU loser vs Yale/UAA loser (3rd place)
5 p.m. – LBSU/BSU winner vs Yale/UAA winner (Championship)

Men’s Schedule
Wednesday, Nov. 26 – First Round
7:30 p.m. (Game 1) – Pacific vs Alaska Anchorage (CBSSN)
10 p.m. (Game 2) – Missouri State vs Colorado State (CBSSN)

Thursday, Nov. 27 – First Round
5:30 p.m. (Game 3) – Rice vs Mercer (CBSSN)
8 p.m. (Game 4) – Washington State vs UC Santa Barbara (CBSSN)

Friday, Nov. 28 – Consolation Semifinals & Semifinals
Noon (Game 5) – Pacific/UAA loser vs Mo. St./CSU loser
2 p.m. (Game 6) – Rice/Mercer loser vs WSU/UCSB loser
5:30 p.m. (Game 7) – Pacific/UAA winner vs Mo. St./CSU winner (CBSSN*)
8 p.m. (Game 8) – Rice/Mercer winner vs WSU/UCSB winner (CBSSN*)

Saturday, Nov. 29
Noon (Game 9) – Game 5 loser vs Game 6 loser (7th/8th place)
2 p.m. (Game 10) – Game 5 winner vs Game 6 winner (4th/6th place)
5 p.m. (Game 11) – Game 7 loser vs Game 8 loser (3rd/5th place)
7:30 p.m. (Game 12) – Game 7 winner vs Game 8 winner (Championship – CBSSN)

*will air tape-delayed at 8 p.m. & 10 p.m. AST

Information and schedule provided by the UAA Dept. of Athletics.

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