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2015 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament

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2015 NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament
College Cup
2015 Men's College Cup Logo.png
CountryUnited States
DatesNovember 19 – December 13, 2015
Teams48
ChampionsStanford
Runners-upClemson
Semi-finalists
Matches played47
Goals scored125 (2.66 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Jordan Morris
Stanford
(5 goals)
Best playerJordan Morris
Stanford (Offense MOP)
Brandon Vincent
Stanford (Defense MOP)
2014
2016
All statistics correct as of December 13, 2015.

The 2015 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament (also known as the 2015 College Cup) was the 57th annual single-elimination tournament to determine the national champion of NCAA Division I men's collegiate soccer. The first, second, third, and quarterfinal rounds were held at college campus sites across the United States during November and December 2015, with host sites determined by seeding and record. The four-team College Cup finals were played at Children's Mercy Park in Kansas City, Kansas from December 11–13, 2015.[1]

The defending national champions, the Virginia Cavaliers, were eliminated in the tournament's second round. Stanford won their first-ever national title by defeating Clemson, 4–0 in the final.

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Contents

Qualification

All Division I men's soccer programs except for Grand Canyon, Incarnate Word, UMass Lowell, and Northern Kentucky were eligible to qualify for the tournament. Those four programs were ineligible because they were in transition from Division II to Division I. The tournament field remained fixed at 48 teams.

Of the 23 schools that had previously won the championship, 13 qualified for this year's tournament.

Format

As in previous editions of the NCAA Division I Tournament, the tournament featured 48 participants out of a possible field of 202 teams. Of the 48 berths, 24 were allocated to the 21 conference tournament champions and to the regular season winners of the Ivy League, Pac-12 Conference, and West Coast Conference, which do not have tournaments. The remaining 24 berths were supposed to be determined through an at-large process based upon the Ratings Percentage Index (RPI) of teams that did not automatically qualify.

The NCAA Selection Committee also named the top sixteen seeds for the tournament, with those teams receiving an automatic bye into the second round of the tournament. The remaining 32 teams played in a single-elimination match in the first round of the tournament for the right to play a seeded team in the second round.

Seeded teams
Seed School Conference Record Berth type NSCAA Ranking[2] RPI Ranking[3]
1 Wake Forest Atlantic Coast Conference 15–2–2 At-large 1 1
2 Clemson Atlantic Coast Conference 15–2–2 At-large 2 2
3 Georgetown Big East Conference 15–2–2 Tournament Champion 3 5
4 Akron Mid-American Conference 15–3–2 Tournament Champion 10 6
5 North Carolina Atlantic Coast Conference 14–1–3 At-large 4 4
6 Syracuse Atlantic Coast Conference 13–5–3 Tournament Champion 13 3
7 Notre Dame Atlantic Coast Conference 11–4–5 At-large 9 7
8 Stanford Pac-12 Conference 14–2–2 Season champion 6 8
9 Ohio State Big Ten Conference 13–4–2 At-large 12 11
10 Maryland Big Ten Conference 11–5–4 Tournament champion Not ranked 13
11 Seattle Western Athletic Conference 17–3–1 Tournament champion 15 9
12 Creighton Big East Conference 17–3–0 At-large 5 10
13 Denver The Summit League 15–0–3 Tournament champion 8 18
14 South Florida American Athletic Conference 11–5–3 At-large 14 14
15 UC Santa Barbara Big West Conference 13–6–2 At-large Not ranked 17
16 Indiana Big Ten Conference 12–5–2 At-large 22 21

Schedule

2015 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament is located in the United States
Clemson
Clemson
Syracuse
Syracuse
Akron
Akron
Winston-Salem
Winston-Salem
Kansas City
Kansas City
2015 Quarterfinal sites (blue) and College Cup (red)
Round Date
First round November 19, 2015
Second round November 22, 2015
Third round November 28–29, 2015
Quarterfinals December 4 − 5, 2015
College Cup: Semifinals December 11, 2015
College Cup Final December 13, 2015

Bracket [4]

Regional 1

  First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
                                     
       
  1 Wake Forest 1  
    Charlotte 0  
  Charlotte 2
  Radford 1  
  1 Wake Forest 1  
  16 Indiana 0  
  Connecticut 3  
  Boston U 1  
  Connecticut 0
    16 Indiana 1  
     
       
  1 Wake Forest 1
  8 Stanford OT 2
       
       
  9 Ohio State PK 1(4)
    Dayton 1(3)  
  Dayton PK 2(4)
  Oakland 2(3)  
  9 Ohio State 1
  8 Stanford 3  
  Cal State Fullerton 0  
  Santa Clara 3  
  Santa Clara 1
    8 Stanford 3  
     

Regional 2

  First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
                                     
       
  5 North Carolina 2  
    Coastal Carolina 1  
  Coastal Carolina 1
  North Florida 0  
  5 North Carolina 0  
  12 Creighton 1  
  Kentucky 1  
  Drake 2  
  Drake 1
    12 Creighton 5  
     
       
  12 Creighton 2
  4 Akron AET 3
       
       
  13 Denver 0
    SMU AET 1  
  SMU 2
  Utah Valley 0  
  SMU 1
  4 Akron 2  
  Rutgers PK 1(3)  
  LIU Brooklyn 1(2)  
  Rutgers 1
    4 Akron 6  
     

Regional 3

  First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
                                     
       
  3 Georgetown 3  
    Hofstra 0  
  Hofstra OT 2
  Lehigh 1  
  3 Georgetown 1(4)  
  Boston College PK 1(5)  
  Boston College 1  
  Vermont 0  
  Boston College OT 2
    14 South Florida 1  
     
       
  Boston College 0
  6 Syracuse 1
       
       
  11 Seattle 1
    UCLA 0  
  UCLA 2
  Cal Poly 0  
  11 Seattle 1
  6 Syracuse 3  
  Dartmouth OT 1  
  Hartwick 0  
  Dartmouth 1
    6 Syracuse 2  
     

Regional 4

  First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
                                     
       
  7 Notre Dame PK 1(3)  
    Tulsa 1(0)  
  Tulsa OT 3
  FIU 2  
  7 Notre Dame 1  
  10 Maryland 2  
  Virginia 2  
  Rider 0  
  Virginia 0
    10 Maryland 1  
     
       
  10 Maryland 1(1)
  2 Clemson PK 1(3)
       
       
  15 UC Santa Barbara OT 1
    South Carolina 0  
  South Carolina PK 1(2)
  Furman 1(1)  
  15 UC Santa Barbara 2
  2 Clemson 3  
  Elon 3  
  Winthrop 0  
  Elon 2
    2 Clemson 5  
     

College Cup

Semifinals
December 11
Children's Mercy Park
Kansas City, Kansas
Championship
December 13
Children's Mercy Park
Kansas City, Kansas
      
8 Stanford PK 0(8)
4 Akron 0(7)
8 Stanford 4
2 Clemson 0
6 Syracuse 0(1)
2 Clemson PK 0(4)

Results

Home team through quarterfinals on left

First round

Second round

Third round

Quarterfinals

College Cup

Semifinals

Championship

Statistics

Goalscorers

5 goals
3 goals
  • New Zealand Stuart Holthusen — Akron
2 goals
1 goal
Own goals
  • United States Brad Ruhaak — Akron (playing against SMU)
  • United States Austin Wilcox — Cal Poly (playing against UCLA)
  • United States Taylor Curtis — SMU (playing against Akron)

See also

References

  1. ^ "2014-18 NCAA Championship Sites". Ncaa.com. Retrieved 2015-09-01.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-12-26. Retrieved 2014-09-09.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "Division I Men's College Soccer - Rankings - NCAA.com". NCAA.com.
  4. ^ "2015 Division I Men's College Soccer - Bracket". ncaa.com. Retrieved 2015-11-22.
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