News at the University of New Brunswick

UNB Saint John is diggin it

Author: Communications

Posted on Mar 9, 2011

Category: Events , UNB Saint John

UNB Saint John is diggin’ it University of New Brunswick Saint John is home of the 2011 CCAA Women’s Volleyball National Championships March 10-12 March 9, 2011, SAINT JOHN NB: The highly-anticipated Associated Alumni Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA) National Women’s Volleyball Championship is set to begin tomorrow at the University of New Brunswick Saint John. The UNB Saint John Seawolves invites the public to this three-day Championship to cheer them on as they compete for a national title against some of the country’s best volleyball teams.

Ticket prices:

Tournament Pass: Non-Medal Round Day Pass Medals Round Day Pass
Adult - $25 Adult - $10 Adult - $15
Senior - $20 Senior - $7 Senior - $12
Student - $10
Children Under 12 - Free
Tickets are available for purchase at UNB Saint John Athletics Department, the off-campus bookstore, Inprint, and the UNB Alumni website.

Competing Teams

  • University of British Columbia Okanagan Heat
  • Francois-Xavier- Garneau Elans
  • Mount Royal University Cougars
  • Vancouver Island University Mariners
  • Grand Prairie Regional College Wolves
  • Humber College Hawks
  • Mount Allison University Mounties
  • UNB Saint John Seawolves

Event Sponsors

UNB Saint John Seawolves women’s volleyball athletes thankfully acknowledge the support of local sponsors:
    • Title Sponsor: UNB Associated Alumni
    • National Sponsors: Baden, Jostens, Sport Canada & Big Kahuna
    • Presenting Sponsor: UNB Saint John Student Representative Council and Mizuno
    • Banquet Presenting Sponsor: UNB
    • Major Sponsor: Delta Hotel, Tim Hortons, Volleyball New Brunswick and Moosehead
    • Associate Sponsor: Volleyball New Brunswick
    • Host restaurants: Grannan’s Seafood, Mexicali Rosa’s, Churchill’s Bar & Pub, Scores Grill, Big Tide Brewing Co., Rocky’s Sports Bar, Saint John Ale House, Lemongrass/Peppers

      About UNB

      Established in 1785, UNB is one of the oldest public universities in North America.  More than 11,000 full- and part-time students from more than 100 countries are studying on campuses in Fredericton and Saint John and several thousand more are taking UNB courses online and at partner institutions around the world. As the largest research institution in New Brunswick, UNB conducts more than 75 per cent of the province’s university research. The university has an annual operating budget of more than $165 million and annually employs more than 3,500 faculty, staff and students. For more information or to request an interview, please contact: Chantale Carpenter