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The UTEP volleyball team will play host to a spring volleyball tournament on Saturday, March 25. The five-team tournament will begin at 9 a.m. at Memorial Gym. 

UTEP will play in a round-robin tourney that will bring NM State, New Mexico Military Institute, Eastern Arizona and Western New Mexico.

The Miners will begin the day with a 9 a.m. meeting with Eastern Arizona followed by a 10 a.m. showing with NMMI, both on court one. The Miners will then move to court two at 11 a.m. to face off against I-10 rival NM State. 

UTEP will have a bye at noon before closing out the tourney at 1 p.m. against Western New Mexico on court two. 

Admission is free and open to the public. 

2017 UTEP Spring Volleyball Tournament

Teams: UTEP, NM State, NMMI, Eastern Arizona, Western New Mexico

Round one (9 a.m.) match schedule:

Court one- UTEP vs Eastern Arizona

Court two- NM State vs NMMI

Bye: Western New Mexico

Round two (10 a.m.) match schedule:

Court one- NMMI vs UTEP

Court two- Eastern Arizona vs Western New Mexico

Bye: NM State

Round three (11 a.m.) match schedule:

Court one- Western New Mexico vs NMMI

Court two- UTEP vs NM State 

Bye: Eastern Arizona

Round four (noon) match schedule:

Court one- NM State vs Western New Mexico

Court two- NMMI vs Eastern Arizona

Bye: UTEP

Round five (1 p.m.) match schedule: 

Court one- Eastern Arizona vs NM State

Court two – Western New Mexico vs UTEP

Bye: NMMI

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