In their first game on Friday, #49-ranked No Coast was able to pull away from #48 Ohio and stay in control, leading to their 72-point win. Their scoring was not spread evenly among their jammers, however, as Slam took the track and the weight of scoring for their second game, having already scored 119 points that day. #58 Dublin had a wider, more consistent jammer rotation which helped them put up big points at crucial moments.
Meeting for the last game of the day on Track 1, No Coast and Dublin played the closest, most exciting game of the day with a spot at Championships on the line. After three lead changes, the game came down to the final seconds of the game, and Dublin was able to steal the win by one point, 166-165.