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Fab Four Preview Road To Muni Podcast

We are down to the final three games of the season as College of Idaho, Ottawa (AZ), Georgetown and Indiana Tech make up your NAIA Fab Four teams and tipoff on Saturday! In this episode, Junior and Pat dive deeper into the games, the paths of each team and more! — Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/naia-hoops-report/support
  1. Fab Four Preview
  2. Round of 16 Preview – Welcome to Kansas City!
  3. 2023 NAIA Men's National Championship Preview
  4. Continental Athletic Conference Tournament Preview
  5. Red River Athletic Conference Tournament Preview

GSAC Tournament Schedule

WATCH LIVE

Thursday, February 23rd
Quarterfinal #1 at 5:00 PM  –  #5 OUAZ  vs.  #4 Westmont 
Quarterfinal #2 at 7:15 PM  –  #6 Jessup  vs.  #3 Hope International

Friday, February 24th
Semifinal #1 at 5:00 PM  –  #1 Arizona Christian  vs.  Winner of the #4/5 Game
Semifinal #2 at 7:15 PM  –  #2 The Master’s  vs.  Winner of the #3/6 Game

Saturday, February 25th
Championship Game at 6:00 PM – Winner of Semifinal #1 vs.  Winner of Semifinal #2

Quarterfinal Preview

#5 OUAZ vs.  #4 Westmont 

We still have all 6 GSAC teams on the IN line for the NAIA National Championships, but it would still behoove these teams to win. OUAZ has had a bit of an up and down season, but this is a talented team, led by Josiah De laCerda and Keshawn Bruner and love to play fast. Westmont, who has a win over Arizona Christian on the season, has shown just how good they can be as well. Westmont has won 5 straight games coming into this game and split with OUAZ during the year. They are led by Anthony McIntyre who lit up OUAZ for 27pts the last time these two faced off.


#6 Jessup vs.  #3 Hope International

Jessup has one of the best backcourts in the NAIA in Cash Williams and Myles Corey. As a team, they have battled injuries all season long, but when healthy they are really dangerous. Cash leads the GSAC in scoring and was the POY last year in the league. He has four 30+ point performances this season already. With the tourney being at HIU, this is a true road game to open the GSAC Tourney. HIU is led by Jalani Horn, but they also play fast and have four guys averaging double figure scoring. Including Charles Neal who has had a great career! Both of the games between these two teams this season were good ones and you should expect more the same tonight!


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