Tickets on sale now for 2015 CIS Women’s Volleyball Championship, presented by Canuck Stuff


Jan 10, 2015

The University of Toronto is the proud hosts of the 2015 CIS women’s volleyball championship, presented by Canuck Stuff, February 26-March 1, at the brand new Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport.

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by clicking here. For group sales opportunities, please contact

2015 marks the second time the national tournament will hit downtown Toronto, as U of T also played host at historic Varsity Arena in 1996. The Blues will be vying for their first national medal in program history in their ninth-ever appearance at the CIS tournament. Toronto is a perfect 9-0 and in first place in the OUA East division at the midway point of the season.

The new Ron Kimel Field House in the Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport is arguably the best court facility in the CIS. The 2,000-seat international standard field house for basketball and volleyball also features a high performance strength and conditioning centre overlooking Varsity Stadium and a state-of-the-art sport medicine clinic.

The Manitoba Bison are the defending CIS champions after dethroning the six-time champion UBC Thunderbirds in last year’s final. Canada West will have three representatives, with both the OUA and RSEQ bringing two teams and the AUS rounding out the eight-team tournament with one squad.

2015 CIS Women’s Volleyball Championship, Presented by Canuck Stuff, Schedule

Thursday, February 26
1:00pm Quarterfinal
3:00pm Quarterfinal
6:00pm Quarterfinal – University of Toronto will play at this time
8:00pm Quarterfinal

Friday, February 27
11:30am Consolation semifinal Match E
1:30pm Consolation semifinal Match F

Saturday, February 28
2:00pm Semifinal Match G
4:00pm Semifinal Match H

Sunday, March 1
11:30am Consolation Final Match I 5th Place
2:00pm Final round Match J Bronze Medal
5:00pm Final round Match K Gold Medal

Scott Harrigan
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