If the World Cup has whetted your appetite for championship soccer you can watch teams contend for a title this week in Salem. The NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s semi-finals and finals will be held on campus at Roanoke College between tomorrow and Sunday. The men’s semifinals are tomorrow; the women follow on Friday – with both NCAA title matches this weekend. The Commonwealth has “skin in the game” – Mary Washington in the men’s Final Four; Virginia Wesleyan in the women’s semi’s. Salem is also inching closer to having hosted 100 NCAA championship events. Carey Harveycutter is Director of Tourism for the City of Salem:
The City of Salem is getting close to a milestone as it hosts two more NCAA championships – this time in Division 3 soccer – tomorrow through Sunday, with the men’s and women’s final four. Director of Tourism Carey Harveycutter says they’re close to having hosted 100 NCAA Division 2 or 3 championships:
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OC: will be 98
The Soccer Championships will be held at Kerr Stadium on the Roanoke College campus. Two Virginia schools are in the semi-finals: Virginia Wesleyan in the women’s field and Mary Washington in the men’s final four.