All games will be streamed live on YouTube and will be free to view for fans not making the trip down to Mexico. Live stats via GameTracker will also be available for all games. Both stats and live streams can be found at this link: CLICK HERE.
This year’s field features Duke (ACC), Georgia Tech (ACC), High Point (Big South), Idaho (Big Sky), Iowa State (Big 12), NC State (ACC), Northern Iowa (MVC), Seton Hall (Big East), Texas State (Sun Belt), and UAB (CUSA). Only Duke and UAB have competed in the event before with the Blue Devils making their third appearance (2006 and 2009), while the Blazers are coming for the second time (2010). Duke is 5-0 all-time in Cancun Challenge games; UAB is 1-1.
The Mayan Tournament features four teams (Duke, Idaho, Iowa State, Texas State) playing each other in a three-game round robin. The Riviera Tournament features the other six teams in a pool where each plays twice during their time in Mexico.