SnapSports 50-50 ShockTower Championship Volleyball surfacing was a key player in the 2022 Mizuno Big South National Qualifier tournament. Taking place last weekend at the Georgia World Congress Center, Big South showcased the nation’s premier girls volleyball talent, hosting athletes aged 11–17. SnapSports Athletic surfaces had a large presence throughout the weekend events, with tournament and championship matches played on over 300 courts comprised of 50-50 ShockTower Volleyball surfacing.
Big South tournament officials found SnapSports 50-50 ShockTower to the be the clear choice for their major event, not only due to its high level of durability and performance, but because the ShockTower product eliminated the costly and time consuming use of underlayment. Randy Dagostino from Big South noted:
“We could not be happier with this SnapSports tile. The larger tile made it easier to handle both during installation and teardown, and from an aesthetic standpoint; made our tournament look classier and cleaner. We’ve had many positive comments from athletes and coaches about how much they enjoyed playing on the tile.”
Held over a single weekend, the Big South National Qualifier is the largest indoor girls junior volleyball tournament in North America, featuring athletes of all ages and at the highest levels of competition.
At 50 cm by 50 cm, SnapSports 50-50 ShockTower is the industry’s largest modular sports surface, offering 70% fewer seams for superior ball play. 50-50 Comes standard with SnapSports ShockLock® locking system, a patented technology designed to absorb lateral impact. The optional ShockTower technology adds an extra level of cush, while eliminating the need for additional underlayment.
The team at SnapSports have been engineering, manufacturing, and providing leading sport surfaces for nearly four decades. We are proud to have our product as a key part in the continued success of the Big South National Qualifier. SnapSports manufactures 24/7, in a 100,000 square foot ISO 9001:2015 quality certified facility in Salt Lake City, UT, and is supported by an authorized global network.