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Block Solo Notes: Falcons vs. Spartans in NACC Tournament Championship

Block Solo Notes: Falcons vs. Spartans in NACC Tournament Championship

MEQUON, Wis. – It all comes down to this, as top-seeded Concordia Wisconsin hosts second-seeded Aurora for the NACC Tournament Championship on Saturday at 7 pm inside the R. John Buuck Field House.

THE BASICS
Who: Concordia Wisconsin (27-2), Aurora (26-6)
Where: R. John Buuck Field House (Mequon, Wis.)
When: Saturday, November 4 (7 pm)
Live Coverage: CUWFalcons.com will provide live video and live statistics.

DIGITAL GAME PROGRAM
- Fans can access the digital program by clicking here. Printed programs are also available in a limited quantity at the match for $2 each.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

NACC TOURNAMENT RESULTS
No. 3 Edgewood def. No. 6 Wisconsin Lutheran, 3-0
No. 4 Dominican def. No. 5 Lakeland, 3-0
No. 1 Concordia Wisconsin def. No. 4 Dominican, 3-0
No. 2 Aurora def. No. 3 Edgewood, 3-0
No. 1 Concordia Wisconsin vs. No. 2 Aurora

• TOP SEED AGAIN: Everything has to run through the R. John Buuck Field House for a second-consecutive season, as Concordia Wisconsin is the top seed in the NACC Tournament. The Falcons won the NACC regular season for the second year in a row with an 11-0 record and clinched the No. 1 seed as a result.
• LOOK AT US: If there is such as thing as a perfect win at a perfect time, Concordia Wisconsin's upset of No. 9 UW-Whitewater a week ago would qualify. The Falcons are 5-1 against teams ranked in the region, are receiving votes in the latest AVCA Top-25 poll and rank third in the NCAA Regional Rankings.
• NACC AWARDS: Concordia Wisconsin's Kaily (Moegenburg) Erdman was named the NACC Player of the Year and Janelle Katz earned NACC Coach of the Year honors. As well; Erdman, Lauren Nevinski and Amanda Schultz were All-NACC First Team. In addition, Lindsey Casper and Haley Sedo earned All-NACC Second Team recognition. Aurora's Julia Wood was the NACC Defensive Player of the Year; while Emily Lines, Katie Vondra and Wood were All-NACC First Team.
• SCOUTING AURORA: The Spartans have played a difficult schedule, to put it lightly, as they are 3-3 against teams ranked in the top-25; including a win over No. 1 Calvin (3-0 on September 15). Katie Vondra, who won the 2016 NACC Player of the Year honors, leads the NACC with 407 kills and a 4.15 kills per set average.
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