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University to show Bobcats trip to nationals

The Brandon University men’s volleyball team celebrate their Canada West championship in Edmonton. It is Brandon University’s first volleyball banner.

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The Brandon University men’s volleyball team celebrate their Canada West championship in Edmonton. It is Brandon University’s first volleyball banner.

Brandon University's Bobcats mens volleyball team may be heading to Quebec for the CIS national championships, but there are a lot of fans left here in Brandon.

The Bobcats, seeded No. 1 in the tournament, meet Montreal on Friday for their first match. The action will be live-streamed online at cis-sic.tv, but the university is taking all the technical effort out of it by broadcasting live in the new Healthy Living Centre.

The university is offering two 15-foot screens, food and refreshments, and free admission for the screenings.

The first match is scheduled for March 1 at 5 p.m.

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