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Archers Begin Quest for NJCAA Title Today

November 18, 2013

Apolonia Thomas  
Goalie Apolonia Thomas and the Archers open play in the NJCAA
Division I Women's Soccer Tournament today at noon
against Paradise Valley Community College.

The field, seeding and schedule are set for the 2013 NJCAA Division I Women's Soccer Tournament on the Eastern Florida State College’s Melbourne campus beginning today.

St. Louis Community College (15-5-1) is seeded 11th in the 12-team field. The Archers face defending national champion and No. 2 seed Paradise Valley Community College at noon today.

Iowa Western Community College, 17-2, is the top seed followed by defending national champion Paradise Valley Community College (Ariz.), 20-1-1; Navarro College (Texas), 16-3-1; Darton State College (Ga.), 20-1; Butler Community College (Kan.), 21-2; College of Southern Maryland, 17-1; Laramie County Community College (Wy.), 17-2-1; Monroe College (N.Y.), 13-1; Owens Community College (Ohio), 17-2; host and 2012 runner-up Eastern Florida State College, 11-2-1; St. Louis Community College, 15-5-1; and the College of Lake County (Ill.), 16-3.

Each team plays two round-robin games in pool play, with the top team in each of the four pools advancing to the national semifinals on Friday.

Tournament games will be broadcasted live on http://www.njcaatv.com/efsc/.

Today’s Games: Lake County vs. Iowa Western, 9 a.m.; St. Louis vs. Paradise Valley, noon; Owens vs. Darton State, 3 p.m.; Eastern Florida vs. Navarro College, 6 p.m.

Tuesday, Nov. 19: Lake County vs. Monroe College 10 a.m; St. Louis vs. Laramie County, noon; Owens vs. Butler, 3 p.m.; Eastern Florida vs. College of Southern Maryland, 6 p.m.

Wednesday Nov. 20: Monroe College vs. Iowa Western, 9 a.m.; Laramie County vs. Paradise Valley, noon; Butler vs. Darton State, 3 p.m.; College of Southern Maryland vs. Navarro College, 6 p.m.

Friday Nov. 22: Semifinals: 4 and 7 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 23: National Championship Game: 6 p.m.