NAIA Pre-National Showcase

Event Details

Prep Dig will be providing a Showcase at United Sports Academy, just four miles from the NAIA National Tournament in Sioux City where 32 teams will start competing for championship at the Tyson Events Center during the week. Athletes from all states and playing levels are welcome as well as coaches at all collegiate levels.

Player Registration

NAIA Pre-National Showcase - $100.00/player


Frequently Asked Questions

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Registration will close on Wednesday the week of the event at 11:59PM. Make sure you register online to guarantee your spot in the event. If you do not register online, we cannot guarantee your spot.
For single session events, doors will open for check-in one hour prior to the event time.
All coverage from the event will be posted to during the week following the event.
Event Insurance Purchased - Customers may request a full refund up to 24 hours before the event. Within 24 hours of the event, a 50% refund will be issued. No refunds will be issued for any cancellation or notification after the event.

Event Insurance Not Purchased - Contingent on a signed and scanned physician's note that has been sent to, a full refund or credit to a future event will be offered if it is more than 48 hours before the event. Any notification received after the 48 hour window of the event will receive either a 50% refund or a credit towards a future Prep Dig event. For all notifications received more than 48 hours after the event, no refund or future event credit will be offered.
No, parents and spectators can watch the event for free.
We will breakdown into positionals where athletes will get to showcase their talents, but there will also be plenty of games where athletes may be doing things a little out of their comfort zone. There may be times where a middle will swing from the pin or someone who has played outside hitter may get a chance to be on the right side.