Tulane to Host 14th Allstate Sugar Bowl Volleyball Classic park
The 14th Allstate Sugar Bowl Women's Volleyball Collegiate Classic, hosted by Tulane University, will be played on Friday and Saturday, September 11-12, 2015, at Tulane's Devlin Fieldhouse. This year's tourney will feature TCU, North Carolina State, Nicholls State and Incarnate Word, as well as the host Green Wave. The Green Wave will play Incarnate Word and Nicholls State on Friday, followed by taking on N.C. State and TCU on Saturday.
Devlin Fieldhouse is the Freret Street gymnasium on the Tulane campus that was previously known as Fogelman Arena.
11:30 a.m.: Tulane vs. Incarnate Word
2 p.m.: North Carolina State vs. Nicholls State
4:30 p.m.: TCU vs. Incarnate Word
7 p.m.: Tulane vs. Nicholls State
11:30 a.m.: Tulane vs. North Carolina State
2 p.m.: Nicholls State vs. TCU
4:30 p.m.: Incarnate Word vs. North Carolina State
7 p.m.: Tulane vs. TCU
"We are pleased to again partner with Tulane to bring this outstanding college volleyball tournament to New Orleans," said Paul Hoolahan, Chief Executive Officer of the Allstate Sugar Bowl. "The school does an excellent job with the event and has helped make this a point of pride among the 50-plus community-related sporting events the Bowl supports each year."
The Allstate Sugar Bowl Volleyball Classic will be the first collegiate event of the organization's year-long repertoire of events, which will be highlighted by the 82nd annual Allstate Sugar Bowl Classic on Friday, January 1 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
The Sugar Bowl Committee continues to be very active in the New Orleans community by holding fast to its mission of sponsoring and promoting amateur sporting events which foster revenue and spark economic growth for the city and the state. This year the Bowl will support more than 50 events in sports such as volleyball, baseball, basketball, golf, lacrosse, track and field, soccer and tennis. In addition, the Allstate Sugar Bowl sponsors the local chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame as well as the Greater New Orleans Sports Hall of Fame.