Families across the nation will tune in this weekend to the 2016 NCAA Men’s National Collegiate Volleyball Championship. The tournament will be held May 5-7 at Pennsylvania State University. When athletes from the top college men’s volleyball teams around the country descend on University Park, Pennsylvania, they’ll be welcomed by a playing surface provided by Sport Court.
These college athletes will play some of the biggest games of their lives on Sport Court modular flooring. Sport Court is famous for providing athletes of all ages and skill levels with a high quality, safe surface to play on from a home basketball court to the NBA.
“We’re proud to partner with Connor Sport Court at the NCAA Men’s National Collegiate Volleyball Championship as Connor provides quality products for our championships, which includes an excellent surface for our student-athletes,” Eric Breece, NCAA assistant director of championships said.
Beyond being a leader in providing families with a home basketball court of their own, Sport Court has been the official court for the both men and women’s NCAA Division I, II, and III volleyball championships for more than 20 years. We believe that playing on Sport Court will benefit the NCAA and its outstanding student-athletes.
Sport Court installed our patented Maple Select modular surface in Pennsylvania State University’s Rec Hall and will provide on-site oversight through the championships. Teams from Ohio State University, Long Beach State, Brigham Young University and University of California Los Angeles will compete in the NCAA Semifinals starting May 5, with hopes of advancing to the championship game on May 7.
Since 1974, Sport Court has put athletes first. We are the world’s largest courtbuilder and guarantee each surface, even the smallest home basketball court, is built with the skill and care players and families deserve. Whether it’s providing the sports flooring for professional athletes, collegiate championships or your backyard, Sports Court is the leader in safe, durable sports surfaces.