Championships FAQs

 

COVID-19 & the NAIA Championships Frequently Asked Questions

 

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 refund policies for each of our winter national championships.

A: Yes. Anyone who purchased an all-tournament ticket is eligible to roll their ticket purchase over to the 2021 championship. We will include special incentives for those who 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 types of 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 these two championships will remain as a permanent part of the record and should be counted both institutionally and as a part of an official coach’s record.

A: All records and statistics from these two championships will remain as a permanent part of the championship history and should be counted institutionally.

A: Yes. Any team that qualified for the championships in 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 was not completed, the National Administrative Council (NAC) decided no champion was determined. Winter championships that were completed are not affected and include men’s wrestling, men’s and women’s indoor track & field, and swimming and diving.


A: Both men’s and women’s division II basketball divisions have already released their respective All-America teams. Both men’s and women’s division I basketball All-America teams are being developed and an announcement date will be announced once it has been set.

All-America teams for other winter sports will also be released, but the NAC will determine if and how women’s wrestling can continue, as All-America teams are solely based on finish at the national invitational.

Spring sports will be discussed by the NAC on a sport-by-sport basis. Updates will be provided in early April.

A: At present, all statistics for spring sports are to remain in Dakstats for any competition that has been officially completed by rule. The NAC will make a determination if statistics will remain in perpetuity.

A: At present, the NAC will review this question along with the above statistics question. Updates will be provided in early April.

A: The NAC will be reviewing this issue and updates will be provided in early April.

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