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National NJCAA Soccer Tournament Opens In Tyler

The Junior College National Soccer Championship tournament opened in Tyler today. TJC is hosting the top eight junior college soccer teams in the country. They will play over the next three days to crown a new national champion Sunday afternoon.  The eight teams are College of DuPage of Glen Ellyn, Illinois, Georgia Perimeter College of Dunwoody, Georgia, Illinois Central College of East Peoria, Illinois, Jefferson College of  Hillsboro, Missouri, Louisburg College of Louisburg, North Carolina, Mercer County Community College of Trenton, New Jersey, Northern Oklahoma College of Tonkawa, Oklahoma, and Yavapai College of Prescott, Arizona.  All of the games will be played at Pat Hartley field on the campus of TJC.
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