MIAA Tournament comes to Kansas City; games can also be streamed online

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The MIAA announced this week that for the second-straight year fans will be able to watch the MIAA Basketball Tournament online.

The tournament gets underway tonight as four schools will advance from campus site tournament games to tournament games held in Kansas City, you can watch the games at this link. The full bracket can be seen at this link. Teams that have already advanced to KC in the men’s tourney include Central Missouri, Northwest Missouri, Missouri Southern and Fort Hays State. On the women’s side Central Missouri, Emporia State, Pittsburg State and Missouri Southern have advanced.

Fans who want to watch the games in person will be able to purchase passes to view the entire tournament for $25 and will be able to view single games for just $10 apiece. Games are scheduled to get underway on Thursday, March 6 at noon from Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Mo.

The MIAA Championship games on Sunday will also be available on the MIAA Television Network.

Click to view the women’s tournament
Click to view the men’s tournament

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