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LSUS to play Madonna (MI.) in NAIA Opening Round

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The LSU Shreveport Pilots will be the no. 3 seed for the Cleveland, Tennessee, bracket hosted by Lee University. LSUS will take on the no. 2 seeded Madonna Crusaders at 3:30 EDT at Olympic Field in Cleveland. The Pilots have been to Lee's Olympic Field in the old format in the Region XIII Tournament but this will be their first and last appearance in Cleveland for the Opening Rounds since Lee will be transitioning to NCAA Division II.

The five-team double elimination bracket will begin play on Thursday May 9 with the following schedule…

Day 1 (Thursday, May 9)
Game 1 @ Noon EDT #4 Avila (27-20) vs. #5 Grand View (25-19)
Game 2 @ 3:30 EDT #2 Madonna (36-9) vs. #3 LSU Shreveport (40-16)
Game 3 @ 7:00 EDT #1 Lee (46-10) vs. Avila/Grand View winner

Day 2 (Friday, May 10)
Game 4 @ Noon EDT Loser of Game 1 vs. Loser of Game 2
Game 5 @ 3:30 EDT Winner of Game 2 vs. Winner of Game 3
Game 6 @ 7:00 EDT Winner of Game 4 vs. Loser of Game 3

Day 3 (Saturday, May 11)
Game 7 @ 2:00 EDT Winner of Game 6 vs. Loser of Game 5
Game 8 @ 6:00 EDT Winner of Game 5 vs. Winner of Game 7

Day 4 (Monday, May 13)
Game 9 @ 1:00 EDT Winner of Game 8 vs. Loser of Game 8 (if necessary)

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