The four conference champions are seeded in positions one through four based on their conference’s finish at last year’s national championship. The four conference finalists are slotted to avoid intra-conference match-ups until the final round.
Vancouver Thunderbirds, of UBC, will face #6 Guelph Gryphons in their quarter-final match, with the Vikes taking on top seed Queen’s Gaels.
All four quarter-finals will be played on Wednesday, November 2. The opening game will be at 1:00pm PST and will feature Laval versus Acadia. The second quarter-final will follow at 3:00pm and will see UBC play Guelph. Both games will be held at Wallace Field on the UVIC campus.
The final two games will be held at Centennial Stadium and will see UPEI and Ottawa square off at 5:00pm, while the defending national champions from Queen’s take on the host, Victoria Vikes, at 7:00pm.
Game Day 2 is set for Friday, November 4, and will see consolation games at 1:00pm. and 3:00pm. on Wallace Field, with championship semi-finals to follow at 5:00pm and 7:00pm at Centennial Stadium.
The final day will be Sunday, November 6, starting with the fifth-place game at 11:00am, followed by the bronze-medal match at 1:00pm and the championship at 3:00pm. These games will be held at Centennial Stadium.
Tickets for the event are on sale here.
All championship games will be streamed on CBC Gem (English) and USPORTS.ca (French).