A tournament record 99 teams made their way to Round Rock, Texas to compete in the 2019 NIRSA National Soccer Championship for the opportunity to be crowned national victor.
This time of year, I’m reminded of someone who’s a leader within the Championship Series as well as an excellent mentor and even better friend. Her name is Sarah Fain, and she is loved.
What can we do to further our participants’ experiences? What opportunities can we introduce and give to our students to bring a unique spotlight to our programming? What else can we give?
Our Championship Series crew's keeping the heat on its charges and goals for the year. The work team chairs have already begun meeting with their teams to work on improving some aspects of the Series.
Our exec and work teams are ready to perform this year’s concerto, and we want to include you in it. You have the ability to volunteer, the opportunity to support, and the power to influence.
The 2019 NIRSA National Basketball Championship tipped off at Wichita Hoops in April—and what a successful start it was! 804 participants from 29 states came together to enjoy the experiences of a national basketball championship!
The University of West Florida welcomed a total of 644 participants and brought together 55 teams to compete once more for the opportunity to be called the National Champion in their respective divisions.
This may be our silver anniversary, but after 25 years, we hope you can see why the NIRSA National Soccer Championships is the gold standard of excellence.
Participants and volunteers alike had a fantastic time at the 2017 NIRSA National Flag Football Championship, which were hosted once again by the University of West Florida.
At Penn State, Competitive Sports Coordinators Michael Potter and Cybbi Barton have been working together for over a year. Here's the lowdown on how and why their partnership works.