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Mustangs Earn #2 Seed in NSIC Volleyball Tourney



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The seedings for the 2012 NSIC /US Bank volleyball tournament have been announced and the Southwest Minnesota State Mustangs have earned the number two seed as of Saturday night when Concordia-St. Paul swept them 3-0.

The Golden Bears will serve as the host site for the eight team single elimination tournament. Quarterfinals are scheduled for Friday.

#3 MN Duluth vs. #6 Winona St. - noon
#2 SMSU vs. #7 MN State - 2:30
#4 Wayne St. vs. #5 Northern St. - 5:00
#1 Concordia-St. Paul vs. #8 Augustana - 7:30
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