2018 NJCAA D-1 Men's Soccer Championship

Hosted by Daytona State College

November 11-17, 2018


DSC Soccer Stadium

The new 800-seat soccer stadium on Daytona State's Daytona Beach Campus was completed in 2017 and is home for DSC's men's and women's soccer teams. The stadium also serves as a venue for local soccer clubs, school groups and other community partners, becoming a hub for soccer clinics, prep and club sports.

Mori Hosseini Center

Sunday's tournament banquet will be held in a world-class facility that features Mediterranean-style architecture and a magnificent lobby/reception area complete with marble floors and columns. Designated as Bldg. 1200, the Mori Hosseini Center is located off of International Speedway Blvd., just to the left of the main entrance.

Pima Community College

Pima Community College, with a 2-1 win in double overtime over Barton College secured their first NJCAA Men's D1 Soccer Champion on Saturday, Nov. 17 at the DSC Soccer Stadium.

Tournament Map

This handy map of Daytona State's Daytona Beach Campus, identifies key locations such as the DSC Soccer Stadium and Mori Hosseini Center.


Barton Community College Cougars

Community College Baltimore County Essex Knights

Cowley College Tigers

Eastern Florida State College Titans

Georgia Military College Bulldog

Marshalltown Community College Tigers

Monroe College Mustangs

Muskegon Community College Jawhawks

Northeast Texas Community College Eagles

Pima Community College Aztecs

St. Louis Community College Archers

Tyler Junior College Apaches

Tournament Central

Date Home Score Away Score Time Links
Mon. 12 Pima Community College 5 Muskegon Community College % 0 Final
  Tyler Junior College 5 CCBC Essex % 1 Final
  Barton Community College 3 St. Louis Community College % 0 Final
  Marshalltown Community College 2 Cowley County Community College % 0 Final
Tue. 13 Northeast Texas Community College 5 Muskegon Community College % 0 Final
  Monroe College 6 CCBC Essex % 0 Final
  Georgia Military College 1 St. Louis Community College % 2 Final - OT
  Eastern Florida State College 4 Cowley County Community College % 0 Final
Wed. 14 Pima Community College 3 Northeast Texas Community College % 2 Final - OT
  Tyler Junior College 0 Monroe College % 2 Final
  Barton Community College 4 Georgia Military College % 3 Final
  Marshalltown Community College 0 Eastern Florida State College % 0 Final - 2OT
Fri. 16 Pima Community College 1 Monroe College % 0 Final
  Barton Community College 4 Eastern Florida State College % 2 Final
Sat. 17 Pima Community College 2 Barton Community College % 1 Final - 2OT
% Post season



Just one year after opening its new soccer complex, Daytona State College will host a 15-game tournament for the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Men's Soccer Championship November 12-17, 2018. The tournament will bring participants, their families and fans to Daytona Beach for a week of play leading up to the championship game on November 17.

The Daytona State College (DSC) soccer stadium is an hour east of Orlando and spectators can watch four games a day Monday through Wednesday, November 12-14; two semi-final games on Friday, November 16 and the final championship Saturday, November 17. Tournament passes are $40/person and day passes are $10/person. Parking is free and there are concessions and merchandise will be on sale. The semi-final games and championship game will be broadcast live on WDSC-15 (DSC's Public Broadcasting Television Station).

"This is exactly the type of national event we were hoping to bring to the community when we began planning our new soccer stadium," said Dr. Thomas LoBasso, president of Daytona State College. "The impact of an event like this will go far beyond our campus and ultimately benefit local retailers, restaurants and hotels. It's a fantastic opportunity for tourism in the Daytona Beach area and a special moment for our institution to step into the spotlight and shine. DSC is a top choice for higher education in our community, and our elite athletic programs enhance the student experience."

The 800-seat soccer stadium is home to the DSC's women's and men's soccer teams, the latter of which is ranked 8th by NJCAA and United Soccer Coaches. The stadium also serves as a venue for local soccer clubs, school groups and other community partners. It's a hub for soccer clinics, prep and club sports and movie nights.


Visitor's Guides

Daytona Beach Visitor's Guide

DSC Viewbook