The NCAAs men’s volleyball bracket is now locked.
The NCAA is hosting the NCAA Division III men’s and women’s volleyball tournaments for the first time ever, with all three of the NCAFs top seeds going head-to-head.
But the bracket has been locked since the NCAA Tournament selection committee announced it in October.
The tournament will be the first-ever to feature a non-traditional format in men’s collegiate volleyball.
The top two seeds will be playing each other on Saturday, while the top three will face off in the quarterfinals.
Here’s how the NCAA is shaping up:The NCAF will be in the field of 64, which means that the top two seed will face each other in the first round.
The second seed will be facing off against the third seed in the round of 64.
The fifth seed will meet the sixth seed in a tiebreaker.
The top four seeds will face the fifth seed in each of the three remaining rounds of 64 to determine the top four.
In the final four, the winner of the first two matchups will face either the seventh seed or the eighth seed in round three.
The winner of that round will then face the seventh and eighth seed from the next round, and so on until the NCAA final bracket is drawn.
Here are the seeds for the NCEF men’s divisional bracket, which will be played on Sunday, March 3, at 4:30 p.m.
ET:The No. 1 seed from each conference will play the No. 2 seed from that conference on Friday, March 2.
The No: 2 seed will play against the No: 3 seed in this round, which is the No 3 seed from any conference.
The third seed will take on the fourth seed from a different conference in round one, which takes place in the No 4 seed from this conference.
The winner of this round will face whoever the No 5 seed from another conference beats in the next three rounds.
The first round will be a best-of-five series, with the No 1 seed and the No 2 seed facing off in each game.
The No 3 and No 4 seeds will play each other three times.
The winners of the previous rounds will face their opponents in the NSCAA Division III Tournament of the Century, which starts March 11.