Lewis-Clark to host NAIA World Series for three more years | Schools
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics announced that Lewis-Clark State College will host the Avista NAIA World Series through 2016.
This year marks the 14th consecutive year that LCSC has hosted the tournament, and is the 22nd time over all. The school also hosted it from 1984-1991.
“We're excited for the opportunity to continue to host an event that positively reflects the NAIA and the Lewis-Clark Valley,” said LCSC Athletic Director Gary Picone. “Winning the bid is the culmination of the efforts made by many people throughout the community including sponsors, volunteers and LCSC administration. We're especially grateful for the tremendous support we received from our title sponsor Avista.”
LCSC has hosted 392 World Series games with an average attendance of 1,984 per game. In 2008, a record breaking 5,530 fans filled the stands to watch the championship game featuring Lewis-Clark and Lee (Tenn.).
Tickets and information about the 2013 World Series are available at www.naiaworldseries.com