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VHSL Region 4A West Cross Country Meet

November 5, 2015 @ Smith River Sports Complex River Access Road
Time: 1:00 PM
The Smith River Sports Complex will be hosting the Virginia High School League (VHSL) Region 4A West Cross Country Meet at 1:00 PM on the Cross Country Trail. 

Cardinal Cup Youth Lacrosse Tournament

November 7, 2015 thru November 8, 2015
Time: 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
The ONS Lacrosse Foundation is organized to provide support for the development of, and to enhance playing, coaching and officiating opportunities in the sport of lacrosse. Its mission is to help provide a lacrosse experience in which the player will have an opportunity to grow his/her skills and knowledge of the great game of lacrosse in a fun-filled environment.

 

For more information on the Cardinal Cup Youth Lacrosse Tournament, visit http://www.cardinalcuplacrosse.org/


Smith River College Soccer Showcase

November 14, 2015 thru November 15, 2015
Time: 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

The 2015 Smith River College Showcase will be held on the weekend preceding the NJCAA Men's Division I National Soccer Tournament. Over 80 college coaches are expected from all over the region.

 

Boys and Girls Teams Ages U15-U19. 


NJCAA Division 1 Men's Soccer National Championship

November 16, 2015 thru November 21, 2015 @ Smith River Sports Complex River Access Road
Time: 1:00 AM - 12:00 AM
NJCAA Division 1 Men's Soccer National Championship

To purchase individual day passes, please click the calendar tab at the top of the page, then find the day you would like to attend on the calendar. Click the blue button on that specific day and it will take you to that day's event where you can register for the individual day pass. $10 for adults and $8 for students with college ID/ senior citizens. 

 

**Coaches must be prepared to show credential to receive hospitality pass**

 

Group Play
Monday, November 16
1:00 p.m. Game 1 #1 Louisburg (NC) vs. #12 Massasoit (MA)
3:00 p.m. Game 2 #2 Tyler (TX) vs. #11 ASA New York (NY)
5:00 p.m. Game 3 #3 Eastern Fla. St. (FL) vs. #10 Morton (IL)
7:00 p.m. Game 4 #4 Pima (AZ) vs. #9 Hill (TX)

Tuesday, November 17
1:00 p.m. Game 5 #8 Iowa Western (IA) vs. #12 Massasoit (MA)
3:00 p.m. Game 6 #7 Schoolcraft (MI) vs. #11 ASA New York (NY)
5:00 p.m. Game 7 #6 Jefferson (MO) vs. #10 Morton (IL)
7:00 p.m. Game 8 #5 Lewis & Clark (IL) vs. #9 Hill (TX)

Wednesday, November 18

1:00 p.m. Game 9 #1 Louisburg (NC) vs. #8 Iowa Western (IA)
3:00 p.m. Game 10 #2 Tyler (TX) vs. #7 Schoolcraft (MI)
5:00 p.m. Game 11 #3 Eastern Fla. St. vs. #6 Jefferson (MO)
7:00 p.m. Game 12 #4 Pima (AZ) vs. #5 Lewis & Clark (IL)

Semi-Finals
Friday, November 20
4:30 p.m. Semi-Final #1 (Highest Remaining Seed) vs. (Lowest Remaining Seed)
7:00 p.m. Semi-Final #2 (2nd Highest Remaining Seed) vs. (2nd Lowest Remaining Seed)

National Championship
Saturday, November 21
3:00 p.m. Championship (Winner Semi-Final #1) vs. (Winner Semi-Final #2)
 

The NJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association) National D1 Men's Soccer Championship is coming to Martinsville Nov. 16-21, 2015, and is expected to have a significant positive impact throughout the community and surrounding region.

Organizers unveiled the official tournament logo and event website (njcaasoccer.com) Friday, Dec. 5, during a press conference at the Smith River Sports Complex (SRSC), located at 1000 Irisburg Road in Axton, Va.

Patrick Henry Community College is partnering with the Martinsville -Henry County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and SRSC, which is engineered just for tournaments like these, according to Billy Russo, director of operations.
"The SRSC is thrilled to play host to this national event," Russo said. "It was built for events like this, and with the partnership of PHCC and the Martinsville-Henry County EDC's Tourism Division, we look forward to putting on an unforgettable event. After all, the goal is to put on a fantastic event so we can continue to successfully bid on and host future NJCAA championships, partnering with PHCC and MHC Tourism in the future."

Russo said he attended the 2014 event in Arizona in November and cannot wait to show off the sports complex and the community's hospitality.

"In addition to the qualifying schools, there were dozens of four-year college coaches from all over the country in attendance to recruit, and with our close proximity to several institutions, we expect college coaches to flood our community for the event next year," he said.

Bassett Furniture Industries will serve as lead sponsor for the tournament. Eddie White, vice president of human resources, said, "We're a proud sponsor and excited about the opportunity to partner with Patrick Henry Community College on this national tournament that's very important for our community. We at Bassett Furniture have had a presence in the community since 1902, and we're a longtime supporter of local events."

According to Christopher Parker, PHCC's senior athletic administrator and Women's Region X director, this is the first time a NJCAA national tournament has ever been held in Virginia, and only the second time a national tournament has been held within Region X (Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina).

"This is such a unique and wonderful opportunity for PHCC and the community to host a national tournament," Parker said. "We hope this is the start of great partnership with the NJCAA to host future national events and tournaments. We're very excited to host a tournament of this caliber with the EDC and Smith River Sports Complex. Our area partnerships have been vital to bring this tournament to Virginia."

To prepare for this event, over 600 total hotel room nights have been reserved to accommodate the athletes, and the event is expected to bring an economic impact of over $1 million to the area in just one week.

"These athletes are spread out among four local hotel properties, and lodging for them alone is anticipated to generate approximately $50,000 in revenue," Jennifer Doss, director of tourism for the EDC, said. "We anticipate many additional room nights to be booked by athletes that choose to arrive early, spectators to the event and college scouts."

Doss added, "Over the course of the week, teams will enjoy dining in our area restaurants and consume nearly 6,000 meals. Spectators will enjoy shopping and visiting attractions between games, and all the visitors will see what our area has to offer. This is a fabulous opportunity for Martinsville-Henry County to roll out the welcome mats as our community is put on the national stage."

For additional information on the tournament, visit njcaasoccer.com. 


NJCAA Division 1 Men's Soccer National Championship - Monday Day Pass

November 16, 2015 @ Smith River Sports Complex River Access Road
Time: 1:00 PM
NJCAA Division 1 Men's Soccer National Championship - Monday Day Pass

**Coaches must be prepared to show credential to receive hospitality pass** 

 Group Play

Monday, November 16
1:00 p.m. Game 1 #1 Louisburg (NC) vs. #12 Massasoit (MA)
3:00 p.m. Game 2 #2 Tyler (TX) vs. #11 ASA New York (NY)
5:00 p.m. Game 3 #3 Eastern Fla. St. (FL) vs. #10 Morton (IL)
7:00 p.m. Game 4 #4 Pima (AZ) vs. #9 Hill (TX)

 

The NJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association) National D1 Men's Soccer Championship is coming to Martinsville Nov. 16-21, 2015, and is expected to have a significant positive impact throughout the community and surrounding region.

Organizers unveiled the official tournament logo and event website (njcaasoccer.com) Friday, Dec. 5, during a press conference at the Smith River Sports Complex (SRSC), located at 1000 Irisburg Road in Axton, Va.

Patrick Henry Community College is partnering with the Martinsville -Henry County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and SRSC, which is engineered just for tournaments like these, according to Billy Russo, director of operations.
"The SRSC is thrilled to play host to this national event," Russo said. "It was built for events like this, and with the partnership of PHCC and the Martinsville-Henry County EDC's Tourism Division, we look forward to putting on an unforgettable event. After all, the goal is to put on a fantastic event so we can continue to successfully bid on and host future NJCAA championships, partnering with PHCC and MHC Tourism in the future."

Russo said he attended the 2014 event in Arizona in November and cannot wait to show off the sports complex and the community's hospitality.

"In addition to the qualifying schools, there were dozens of four-year college coaches from all over the country in attendance to recruit, and with our close proximity to several institutions, we expect college coaches to flood our community for the event next year," he said.

Bassett Furniture Industries will serve as lead sponsor for the tournament. Eddie White, vice president of human resources, said, "We're a proud sponsor and excited about the opportunity to partner with Patrick Henry Community College on this national tournament that's very important for our community. We at Bassett Furniture have had a presence in the community since 1902, and we're a longtime supporter of local events."

According to Christopher Parker, PHCC's senior athletic administrator and Women's Region X director, this is the first time a NJCAA national tournament has ever been held in Virginia, and only the second time a national tournament has been held within Region X (Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina).

"This is such a unique and wonderful opportunity for PHCC and the community to host a national tournament," Parker said. "We hope this is the start of great partnership with the NJCAA to host future national events and tournaments. We're very excited to host a tournament of this caliber with the EDC and Smith River Sports Complex. Our area partnerships have been vital to bring this tournament to Virginia."

To prepare for this event, over 600 total hotel room nights have been reserved to accommodate the athletes, and the event is expected to bring an economic impact of over $1 million to the area in just one week.

"These athletes are spread out among four local hotel properties, and lodging for them alone is anticipated to generate approximately $50,000 in revenue," Jennifer Doss, director of tourism for the EDC, said. "We anticipate many additional room nights to be booked by athletes that choose to arrive early, spectators to the event and college scouts."

Doss added, "Over the course of the week, teams will enjoy dining in our area restaurants and consume nearly 6,000 meals. Spectators will enjoy shopping and visiting attractions between games, and all the visitors will see what our area has to offer. This is a fabulous opportunity for Martinsville-Henry County to roll out the welcome mats as our community is put on the national stage."

For additional information on the tournament, visit njcaasoccer.com. 


NJCAA Division 1 Men's Soccer National Championship - Tuesday Day Pass

November 17, 2015 @ Smith River Sports Complex River Access Road
Time: 1:00 PM
NJCAA Division 1 Men's Soccer National Championship - Tuesday Day Pass

**Coaches must be prepared to show credential to receive hospitality pass** 

 

Group Play

Tuesday, November 17
1:00 p.m. Game 5 #8 Iowa Western (IA) vs. #12 Massasoit (MA)
3:00 p.m. Game 6 #7 Schoolcraft (MI) vs. #11 ASA New York (NY)
5:00 p.m. Game 7 #6 Jefferson (MO) vs. #10 Morton (IL)
7:00 p.m. Game 8 #5 Lewis & Clark (IL) vs. #9 Hill (TX)
 

The NJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association) National D1 Men's Soccer Championship is coming to Martinsville Nov. 16-21, 2015, and is expected to have a significant positive impact throughout the community and surrounding region.

Organizers unveiled the official tournament logo and event website (njcaasoccer.com) Friday, Dec. 5, during a press conference at the Smith River Sports Complex (SRSC), located at 1000 Irisburg Road in Axton, Va.

Patrick Henry Community College is partnering with the Martinsville -Henry County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and SRSC, which is engineered just for tournaments like these, according to Billy Russo, director of operations.
"The SRSC is thrilled to play host to this national event," Russo said. "It was built for events like this, and with the partnership of PHCC and the Martinsville-Henry County EDC's Tourism Division, we look forward to putting on an unforgettable event. After all, the goal is to put on a fantastic event so we can continue to successfully bid on and host future NJCAA championships, partnering with PHCC and MHC Tourism in the future."

Russo said he attended the 2014 event in Arizona in November and cannot wait to show off the sports complex and the community's hospitality.

"In addition to the qualifying schools, there were dozens of four-year college coaches from all over the country in attendance to recruit, and with our close proximity to several institutions, we expect college coaches to flood our community for the event next year," he said.

Bassett Furniture Industries will serve as lead sponsor for the tournament. Eddie White, vice president of human resources, said, "We're a proud sponsor and excited about the opportunity to partner with Patrick Henry Community College on this national tournament that's very important for our community. We at Bassett Furniture have had a presence in the community since 1902, and we're a longtime supporter of local events."

According to Christopher Parker, PHCC's senior athletic administrator and Women's Region X director, this is the first time a NJCAA national tournament has ever been held in Virginia, and only the second time a national tournament has been held within Region X (Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina).

"This is such a unique and wonderful opportunity for PHCC and the community to host a national tournament," Parker said. "We hope this is the start of great partnership with the NJCAA to host future national events and tournaments. We're very excited to host a tournament of this caliber with the EDC and Smith River Sports Complex. Our area partnerships have been vital to bring this tournament to Virginia."

To prepare for this event, over 600 total hotel room nights have been reserved to accommodate the athletes, and the event is expected to bring an economic impact of over $1 million to the area in just one week.

"These athletes are spread out among four local hotel properties, and lodging for them alone is anticipated to generate approximately $50,000 in revenue," Jennifer Doss, director of tourism for the EDC, said. "We anticipate many additional room nights to be booked by athletes that choose to arrive early, spectators to the event and college scouts."

Doss added, "Over the course of the week, teams will enjoy dining in our area restaurants and consume nearly 6,000 meals. Spectators will enjoy shopping and visiting attractions between games, and all the visitors will see what our area has to offer. This is a fabulous opportunity for Martinsville-Henry County to roll out the welcome mats as our community is put on the national stage."

For additional information on the tournament, visit njcaasoccer.com. 


NJCAA Division 1 Men's Soccer National Championship - Wednesday Day Pass

November 18, 2015 @ Smith River Sports Complex River Access Road
Time: 1:00 PM
NJCAA Division 1 Men's Soccer National Championship - Wednesday Day Pass

**Coaches must be prepared to show credential to receive hospitality pass**

 

 Group Play

Wednesday, November 18
1:00 p.m. Game 9 #1 Louisburg (NC) vs. #8 Iowa Western (IA)
3:00 p.m. Game 10 #2 Tyler (TX) vs. #7 Schoolcraft (MI)
5:00 p.m. Game 11 #3 Eastern Fla. St. vs. #6 Jefferson (MO)
7:00 p.m. Game 12 #4 Pima (AZ) vs. #5 Lewis & Clark (IL)

 

The NJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association) National D1 Men's Soccer Championship is coming to Martinsville Nov. 16-21, 2015, and is expected to have a significant positive impact throughout the community and surrounding region.

Organizers unveiled the official tournament logo and event website (njcaasoccer.com) Friday, Dec. 5, during a press conference at the Smith River Sports Complex (SRSC), located at 1000 Irisburg Road in Axton, Va.

Patrick Henry Community College is partnering with the Martinsville -Henry County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and SRSC, which is engineered just for tournaments like these, according to Billy Russo, director of operations.
"The SRSC is thrilled to play host to this national event," Russo said. "It was built for events like this, and with the partnership of PHCC and the Martinsville-Henry County EDC's Tourism Division, we look forward to putting on an unforgettable event. After all, the goal is to put on a fantastic event so we can continue to successfully bid on and host future NJCAA championships, partnering with PHCC and MHC Tourism in the future."

Russo said he attended the 2014 event in Arizona in November and cannot wait to show off the sports complex and the community's hospitality.

"In addition to the qualifying schools, there were dozens of four-year college coaches from all over the country in attendance to recruit, and with our close proximity to several institutions, we expect college coaches to flood our community for the event next year," he said.

Bassett Furniture Industries will serve as lead sponsor for the tournament. Eddie White, vice president of human resources, said, "We're a proud sponsor and excited about the opportunity to partner with Patrick Henry Community College on this national tournament that's very important for our community. We at Bassett Furniture have had a presence in the community since 1902, and we're a longtime supporter of local events."

According to Christopher Parker, PHCC's senior athletic administrator and Women's Region X director, this is the first time a NJCAA national tournament has ever been held in Virginia, and only the second time a national tournament has been held within Region X (Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina).

"This is such a unique and wonderful opportunity for PHCC and the community to host a national tournament," Parker said. "We hope this is the start of great partnership with the NJCAA to host future national events and tournaments. We're very excited to host a tournament of this caliber with the EDC and Smith River Sports Complex. Our area partnerships have been vital to bring this tournament to Virginia."

To prepare for this event, over 600 total hotel room nights have been reserved to accommodate the athletes, and the event is expected to bring an economic impact of over $1 million to the area in just one week.

"These athletes are spread out among four local hotel properties, and lodging for them alone is anticipated to generate approximately $50,000 in revenue," Jennifer Doss, director of tourism for the EDC, said. "We anticipate many additional room nights to be booked by athletes that choose to arrive early, spectators to the event and college scouts."

Doss added, "Over the course of the week, teams will enjoy dining in our area restaurants and consume nearly 6,000 meals. Spectators will enjoy shopping and visiting attractions between games, and all the visitors will see what our area has to offer. This is a fabulous opportunity for Martinsville-Henry County to roll out the welcome mats as our community is put on the national stage."

For additional information on the tournament, visit njcaasoccer.com. 


NJCAA Division 1 Men's Soccer National Championship - Friday Day Pass

November 20, 2015 @ Smith River Sports Complex River Access Road
Time: 1:00 PM
NJCAA Division 1 Men's Soccer National Championship - Friday Day Pass

**Coaches must be prepared to show credential to receive hospitality pass** 

 

Semi-Finals

Friday, November 20
4:30 p.m. Semi-Final #1 (Highest Remaining Seed) vs. (Lowest Remaining Seed)
7:00 p.m. Semi-Final #2 (2nd Highest Remaining Seed) vs. (2nd Lowest Remaining Seed)

 

The NJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association) National D1 Men's Soccer Championship is coming to Martinsville Nov. 16-21, 2015, and is expected to have a significant positive impact throughout the community and surrounding region.

Organizers unveiled the official tournament logo and event website (njcaasoccer.com) Friday, Dec. 5, during a press conference at the Smith River Sports Complex (SRSC), located at 1000 Irisburg Road in Axton, Va.

Patrick Henry Community College is partnering with the Martinsville -Henry County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and SRSC, which is engineered just for tournaments like these, according to Billy Russo, director of operations.
"The SRSC is thrilled to play host to this national event," Russo said. "It was built for events like this, and with the partnership of PHCC and the Martinsville-Henry County EDC's Tourism Division, we look forward to putting on an unforgettable event. After all, the goal is to put on a fantastic event so we can continue to successfully bid on and host future NJCAA championships, partnering with PHCC and MHC Tourism in the future."

Russo said he attended the 2014 event in Arizona in November and cannot wait to show off the sports complex and the community's hospitality.

"In addition to the qualifying schools, there were dozens of four-year college coaches from all over the country in attendance to recruit, and with our close proximity to several institutions, we expect college coaches to flood our community for the event next year," he said.

Bassett Furniture Industries will serve as lead sponsor for the tournament. Eddie White, vice president of human resources, said, "We're a proud sponsor and excited about the opportunity to partner with Patrick Henry Community College on this national tournament that's very important for our community. We at Bassett Furniture have had a presence in the community since 1902, and we're a longtime supporter of local events."

According to Christopher Parker, PHCC's senior athletic administrator and Women's Region X director, this is the first time a NJCAA national tournament has ever been held in Virginia, and only the second time a national tournament has been held within Region X (Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina).

"This is such a unique and wonderful opportunity for PHCC and the community to host a national tournament," Parker said. "We hope this is the start of great partnership with the NJCAA to host future national events and tournaments. We're very excited to host a tournament of this caliber with the EDC and Smith River Sports Complex. Our area partnerships have been vital to bring this tournament to Virginia."

To prepare for this event, over 600 total hotel room nights have been reserved to accommodate the athletes, and the event is expected to bring an economic impact of over $1 million to the area in just one week.

"These athletes are spread out among four local hotel properties, and lodging for them alone is anticipated to generate approximately $50,000 in revenue," Jennifer Doss, director of tourism for the EDC, said. "We anticipate many additional room nights to be booked by athletes that choose to arrive early, spectators to the event and college scouts."

Doss added, "Over the course of the week, teams will enjoy dining in our area restaurants and consume nearly 6,000 meals. Spectators will enjoy shopping and visiting attractions between games, and all the visitors will see what our area has to offer. This is a fabulous opportunity for Martinsville-Henry County to roll out the welcome mats as our community is put on the national stage."

For additional information on the tournament, visit njcaasoccer.com. 


Piedmont Shootout Youth Soccer Tournament

November 21, 2015 thru November 22, 2015
Time: 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
The 7th Annual Piedmont Shootout Soccer Tournament will be held Saturday, November 21-Sunday, November 22, 2015. The tournament is open to teams ages U9-U19. 

NJCAA Division 1 Men's Soccer National Championship - Saturday Day Pass

November 21, 2015 @ Smith River Sports Complex River Access Road
Time: 1:00 PM
NJCAA Division 1 Men's Soccer National Championship - Saturday Day Pass

**Coaches must be prepared to show credential to receive hospitality pass** 

 

National Championship

Saturday, November 21

3:00 p.m. Championship (Winner Semi-Final #1) vs. (Winner Semi-Final #2)

 

The NJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association) National D1 Men's Soccer Championship is coming to Martinsville Nov. 16-21, 2015, and is expected to have a significant positive impact throughout the community and surrounding region.

Organizers unveiled the official tournament logo and event website (njcaasoccer.com) Friday, Dec. 5, during a press conference at the Smith River Sports Complex (SRSC), located at 1000 Irisburg Road in Axton, Va.

Patrick Henry Community College is partnering with the Martinsville -Henry County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and SRSC, which is engineered just for tournaments like these, according to Billy Russo, director of operations.
"The SRSC is thrilled to play host to this national event," Russo said. "It was built for events like this, and with the partnership of PHCC and the Martinsville-Henry County EDC's Tourism Division, we look forward to putting on an unforgettable event. After all, the goal is to put on a fantastic event so we can continue to successfully bid on and host future NJCAA championships, partnering with PHCC and MHC Tourism in the future."

Russo said he attended the 2014 event in Arizona in November and cannot wait to show off the sports complex and the community's hospitality.

"In addition to the qualifying schools, there were dozens of four-year college coaches from all over the country in attendance to recruit, and with our close proximity to several institutions, we expect college coaches to flood our community for the event next year," he said.

Bassett Furniture Industries will serve as lead sponsor for the tournament. Eddie White, vice president of human resources, said, "We're a proud sponsor and excited about the opportunity to partner with Patrick Henry Community College on this national tournament that's very important for our community. We at Bassett Furniture have had a presence in the community since 1902, and we're a longtime supporter of local events."

According to Christopher Parker, PHCC's senior athletic administrator and Women's Region X director, this is the first time a NJCAA national tournament has ever been held in Virginia, and only the second time a national tournament has been held within Region X (Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina).

"This is such a unique and wonderful opportunity for PHCC and the community to host a national tournament," Parker said. "We hope this is the start of great partnership with the NJCAA to host future national events and tournaments. We're very excited to host a tournament of this caliber with the EDC and Smith River Sports Complex. Our area partnerships have been vital to bring this tournament to Virginia."

To prepare for this event, over 600 total hotel room nights have been reserved to accommodate the athletes, and the event is expected to bring an economic impact of over $1 million to the area in just one week.

"These athletes are spread out among four local hotel properties, and lodging for them alone is anticipated to generate approximately $50,000 in revenue," Jennifer Doss, director of tourism for the EDC, said. "We anticipate many additional room nights to be booked by athletes that choose to arrive early, spectators to the event and college scouts."

Doss added, "Over the course of the week, teams will enjoy dining in our area restaurants and consume nearly 6,000 meals. Spectators will enjoy shopping and visiting attractions between games, and all the visitors will see what our area has to offer. This is a fabulous opportunity for Martinsville-Henry County to roll out the welcome mats as our community is put on the national stage."

For additional information on the tournament, visit njcaasoccer.com.