The Emerald Coast Classic is an 8 team college basketball tournament held during Thanksgiving of the NCAA Division I men’s basketball season, with the inaugural tournament beginning in 2014.
The third round and final round of the 2021 Emerald Coast Classic will be played in The Arena at Northwest Florida State College in Niceville, Florida.
Friday – November 26, 2021
11:00 AM McNeese State vs. St. Francis (NY)
1:30 PM Samford vs. North Carolina A&T
Saturday – November 27, 2021
10:00 AM St. Francis (NY) vs. North Carolina A&T
12:30 PM McNeese State vs. Samford
3:00 PM Penn State vs. Oregon State
* Note: CBS Sports will be broadcasting the Friday and Saturday nights Div 1 teams semi-final and final games with Penn State, LSU, Oregon State & Wake Forest.
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By Emerald Coast TV — 7 months ago
Watch the LIVE STREAM of the 2022 National Prep Tournament, an annual tournament held in beautiful Fort Walton Beach, FL. Open to all high school and post grad teams, our event features some of the top players and coaches. Who will be named the National Prep Tournament Champions?
March 11, 2022 – 1:30pm – Game 1 – Goode Elite vs FCP Red
March 11, 2022 – 3pm – Game 2 – Radd Elite vs FCP HS
March 11, 2022 – 4:30pm – Game 3 – FCP Gold vs Next Level Prep
March 11, 2022 – 6pm – Game 4 – FCP Black vs GC Buccaneers
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March 12, 2022 – 10:30am – Game 5 – Loser Game 1 vs Loser Game 2
March 12, 2022 – 12pm – Game 6 – Loser Games 3 vs Loser Game 4
March 12, 2022 – 1:30pm – Game 7 – Winner Game 1 vs Winner Game 2
March 12, 2022 – 3pm – Game 8 – Winner Game 3 vs Winner Game 4
March 13, 2022 – 10:30am – Game 9 – Loser Game 5 vs Loser Game 6
March 13, 2022 – 12pm – Game 10 – Loser Game 7 vs Loser Game 8
GMarch 13, 2022 – 1:30pm – Game 11 – Winner Game 5 vs Winner Game 6
March 13, 2022 – 3pm – Game 12 – Winner Game 7 vs Winner Game 8
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By Emerald Coast TV — 5 years ago
The All Sports Association is a Northwest Florida organization that recognizes and support athletes from the area… and whose primary mission is to provide a contribution of time to raise money for local youth-oriented non-profit organizations with an emphasis on sports programs. The annual awards banquet, the flagship of the organization’s fundraising activity, as well as other events leading up to it are used to recognize individuals who are contributing to their sports and their community.
To find out more about the All Sports Association, go to www.AllSportsAssociation.org
Emerald Coast TV was at all but one of these events (missing is coverage of the golf tournament)… and you can watch them below:
This first half of the 49th Annual All Sports Association Awards Banquet, which took place at the Emerald Coast Convention Center on Okaloosa Island in Fort Walton Beach, Florida on February 16, 2018.
The highlight event of the year for the All Sports Association, the Awards banquet identifies and honors the finest athletes from Northwest Florida. The recognized individuals not only excel in their sports, they also exemplify characteristics that extend the best in academics and community involvement.
The following athletes are recognized in this first half of the banquet:
– Scholastic Female: Lucy Rudman (10:37)
– Scholastic Male: Steven Azzano (15:22)
– Collegiate Female: Nadia Fingall (21:29)
– Collegiate Male: Eli Stove (27:37)
– Amateur: Adam Pickos (30:52)
– Professional: Wil Spencer (34:05)
– Special Olympics: Austin Scott (39:56)
Also recognized is Jason Floyd for the President’s Award (49:44).
This second half of the 49th Annual All Sports Association Awards Banquet presents the 2017 Wuerffel Trophy, an award for a college football player who excels at Academics, Athletics and Community Service, to Courtney Love from the University of Kentucky (14:43).
This year’s featured speaker is Herm Edwards, currently the Head Coach at Arizona State University and formerly a ESPN commentator (29:17).
Also recognized was Maddie Hiers, winner of the Taylor Haugen Trophy (00:40), and Ray Chavez, winner of the Al Byrne Award (06:53)
This 2018 Buck Smith Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Breakfast took place in the early morning of February 16, 2018 in the Raider Arena at Northwest Florida State College. Over 1700 students from Okaloosa & Walton county attended to meet the 2017 Wuerffel Trophy winner Courtney Love, watch Danny Wuerffel present Maddie Hiers with the Taylor Haugen Trophy, and listen to the 2011 Wuerffel Trophy winner Barrett Jones talk about leading a faithful life. The event ended with a presentation by the FCA Huddle prayer teams.
The 2018 All Sports Association Fish Fry took place on February 15th, 2018 at the Northwest Florida Fairgrounds in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. The MC for the evening was local sports radio personality, Scott Moore, who not only entertained us with his many college football coaches impersonations, but also induced the athletes from the surround high schools who were in the audience as well as introduce the featured keynote speaker for the evening, the current head football coach of the University of West Florida.
The All Sports Association 2018 Hall of Fame Induction and Past Presidents Luncheon took place on February 14, 2018 at the Emerald Coast Convention Center on Okaloosa Island in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. This year’s inductees were former FWB high school football coach,and Chester Norris and Choctawhatchee grad and University of Southern Mississippi receiver Billy Mikel.
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By Emerald Coast TV — 7 months ago
Watch the LIVE STREAM of the 2022 FCSAA Region VIII Tournament at the Northwest Florida State College as the top Men’s and Women’s basketball teams from across the state of Florida battle it out to determine who will go the the 2022 NJCAA National Championships.
Scroll down below to find the specific game dates or use the links below:
Men’s Playoff Games – March 4, 2020
Game #1 – #2 Chipola vs #7 Polk State – 1pm CDT / 2pm EDT
Game #2 – #3 Northwest Florida vs #6 Eastern Florida – 3pm CDT / 4pm EDT
Game #3 – #1 Indian River vs #8 Tallahassee – 6pm CDT / 7pm EDT
Game #4 – #4 Florida Southwestern vs #5 Santa Fe – 8pm CDT / 9pm EDT
Women’s Playoff Games – March 5, 2020
Game #1 – #2 Eastern Florida vs #7 Daytona State – 1pm CDT / 2pm EDT
Game #2 – #3 Gulf Coast vs #6 Indian River- 3pm CDT / 4pm EDT
Game #3 – #1 Northwest Florida vs #8 Hillsborough- 6pm CDT / 7pm EDT
Game #4 – #4 Florida Southwestern vs #5 Chipola – 8pm CDT / 9pm EDT
Championship Games – March 7, 2020
Men’s Championship Game – #2 Chipola College vs #1 Indian River – 5pm CDT / 6pm EDT
Women’s Championship Game – #1 Northwest Florida vs #6 Indian River – 7:30pm CDT / 8:30pm EDT
Men’s Playoff Games – March 2, 2022
Women’s Playoff Games – March 3, 2022
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