Winter-Spring 2020 Championships

 

WINTER & SPRING 2020 CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

A: Yes. We have worked with each of our championship hosts to provide a one-stop shop for fans to get information on how to get their tickets refunded. Please click HERE for all refund policies for each of our winter national championships.

A: Yes. Anyone whom purchased an all-tournament ticket is eligible to roll their ticket purchase over to the 2021 championship. We will include special incentives for those that choose this option. Contact agoetz@naia.org to begin this process or for further questions.

A: Yes. If you purchased a package for a specific winter sport or a day pass, you are eligible for a refund. The NAIA, along with its streaming partner at PrestoSports has begun the process to refund both of these passes proactively. If you have questions about a specific charge to your credit card or a question about a specific refund, please contact help@prestosports.com.

Further, if you purchased a subscription to FloSports with the intention of watching the NAIA Women’s Wrestling Invitational, please contact FloSports Customer Care at: https://support.flosports.tv/s/ or by phone at 1-844-278-1870.

A: All wins and losses from any championships that were suspended will remain as a permanent part of the record and should be counted both institutionally and as a part of an official coaches’ record.

A: All records and statistics from any championships that were suspended will remain as a permanent part of the championship history and should be counted institutionally.

A: Yes. Any team that qualified for the championships men’s basketball, women’s basketball, competitive cheer, competitive dance, and bowling, regardless of if they played or not, will receive a championship appearance per NAIA records.

A: No. Due to the fact the championship remained unfinished or not started, the National Administrative Council voted to not award a national champion ONLY in those cases. Any winter championships that were completed are not affected (men’s wrestling, men’s and women’s indoor track & field, and swimming and diving).

A: No. None of the championships that were canceled will be rescheduled.

A: For winter sports, All basketball divisions and genders WILL have an All-America team. Both men’s and women’s division I and II basketball divisions have released its respective All-America teams. All-America teams in the sports of Bowling, Competitive Cheer and Competitive Dance will also be named. Indoor Track and Field, Men’s Wrestling and Swimming & Diving All-Americans have already been released.

For spring sports, Men’s Volleyball will be the only spring All-Americans that will be named.

A: Yes. All spring statistics counted. Statistical records not based on average that were achieved were added to the record books.

A: Yes. All wins and losses from any contests will remain as a permanent part of the record and should be counted both institutionally and as a part of an official coaches’ record.

A: Yes. Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete Awards will be released on September 15.

A: Each conference has the autonomy to make the decision to continue or cancel its spring awards program.