NCAC postseason events provide a valuable experience and
competitive opportunity for participating teams and/or individuals.
NCAC postseason events enhance the importance of the regular-season
inasmuch as qualifying for the event itself, securing an
opportunity to host, and/or improving one’s seeding are goals
that ensure that nearly every regular-season game is
Under the direction of the NCAC Presidents’ Council, the Conference conducts championship competition based on the following philosophies:
Ticket revenue, fan attendance and/or media exposure are not the most critical factors in determining the manner in which an NCAC postseason event is to be conducted but they can be considered, especially for logistical and safety concerns.
The impact a conference postseason event may have (either pro or con) on the selection of NCAC teams for NCAA playoff berths should not be the driving priority in determining the manner in which postseason events are conducted.
2. NCAC postseason events are a privilege and a competitive goal. In team sports, tournaments should be highly selective events.