2024 NCJA College and High School Championships
Apr 6, 2024 - Apr 7, 2024 | College Station, TX, USA
The 2024 NCJA Championships is a qualifier for the 2025 World University Games and FISU America Games. Individuals that qualify must be a USA citizen, must be a USA Judo member, and 25 years and under.
Texas A&M University Judo Team
Date: April 6-7, 2024
Address: 632 Penberthy Road, College Station, TX 77843
Bob Perez 979-218-4582 / email@example.com
Dr. Gary Berliner
Standard and Novice Division
USA Judo, ATJA, USJA, USJF
Novice and Standard divisions
Must provide proof of full-time enrollment - SEE COLLEGE REGISTRAR FORM
Any FULL-TIME student is eligible for the 2024 Championships. This includes undergraduate and graduate students but the individual must not have competed in more than 4 NCJA Championships.
ALL COMPETITORS MUST PRE-REGISTER $90.00 per division
NO WALK-UP ENTRIES
Times are subject to change
Friday, April 5, 2024.
Weigh-In and Registration
4:00 – 6:00 pm
College division draw
Saturday, April 6, 2024
NCJA Novice Championships
will begin after Kata
will begin after Novice
High School Check-In & Weigh-Ins
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
High School Divisions draw
Sunday, April 7, 2024
High School Championships
2024 NCJA Awards will be awarded shortly after the final match. Main Floor PEAP
Competition Method: Modified Double Elimination System with winner and loser brackets will be used. Play will progress in the winner’s bracket in a single elimination format until one match remains (the “final” match.) The winner of the final match will be placed first. The loser of that match will be placed second. All players who lose prior to the final match will be placed in the loser’s bracket. The winner of the loser’s bracket will be placed third. Round Robin will be used in divisions of 5 or less competitors.
Previous NCJA Gold and Silver Standard medalist are the #1 and #2 seed.
The next 2 athletes on USA Judo roster will complete the seeding of 4 athlete and will be seeded in separate quarters of the draw. If seeded athlete is not present, athletes ranked from #5 and lower do not move up. For example, it is possible for the #5 and #6 ranked athletes to meet in the 1st round.
Contact information for the
2024 National Collegiate Judo Association College and High School Championships Bob Perez / Texas A&M Judo