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NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championship
NCAA logo.svg
Founded1986
Number of teams64
Current championsChristopher Newport (1st)
Most successful club(s)Messiah (6)
Television broadcastersESPNU
WebsiteNCAA.com

The NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championship is an American intercollegiate college soccer tournament conducted by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to determine the Division III national champion. It has been held annually since 1986 when the Division III championship was established for universities that do not award athletics scholarships. A third Division II championship was added in 1988.

Traditionally, the tournament is held in November and December of each year following the end of the regular season. Originally, the tournament finals were held on the campus of one of the teams participating in the semifinals. Since 2004, however, it has been held a pre-determined neutral site.

The most successful program has been Messiah, with six national titles.

The current champions are Christopher Newport University, who won their first national title in 2021.[1]

Champions

NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championship
Year Site
(Host Team)
Championship Semifinalists
Champion Score Runner-Up
1986
Details
Cortland, NY
(SUNY Cortland)
Rochester (NY) 1–0 Plymouth State UC San Diego & Cortland
1987
Details
Rochester, NY
(Rochester)
Rochester (NY) (2) 1–0 William Smith Plymouth State & St. Thomas (MN)
1988
Details
Geneva, NY
(William Smith)
William Smith 1–0 UC San Diego Ithaca & Methodist
1989
Details
San Diego, CA
(UC San Diego)
UC San Diego 3–2
(3OT)
Ithaca St. Thomas (MN) & William Smith
1990
Details
Cortland, NY
(Cortland State)
Ithaca 1–0
(4OT)
Cortland Saint Benedict & Methodist
1991
Details
Plymouth, NH
(Plymouth State)
Ithaca (2) 2–0 Rochester (NY) UC San Diego & Plymouth State
1992
Details
Fredericksburg, VA
(Mary Washington)
Cortland 1–0 UMass Dartmouth UC San Diego & Mary Washington
1993
Details
Geneva, NY
(William Smith)
Trenton State 4–0 Plymouth State UC San Diego & William Smith
1994
Details
San Diego, CA
(UC San Diego)
Trenton State (2) 4–3
(3OT)
UC San Diego Geneseo & North Carolina Wesleyan
1995
Details
Galloway, NJ
(Richard Stockton)
UC San Diego (2) 3–0 Methodist William Smith & Richard Stockton
1996
Details
Amherst, MA
(Amherst)
UC San Diego (3) 2–1 TCNJ Chicago & Amherst
1997
Details
Elizabethtown, PA
(Elizabethtown)
UC San Diego (4) 1–0 William Smith Elizabethtown & Washington–St. Louis
1998
Details
Ithaca, NY
(Ithaca)
Macalester 1–0
(4OT)
TCNJ Ithaca & Willamette
1999
Details
Williamstown, MA
(Williams)
UC San Diego (5) 1–0 Macalester Williams & TCNJ
2000
Details
Medford, MA
(Tufts)
TCNJ (3) 2–1 Tufts Wisconsin–Stevens Point & Trinity (TX)
2001
Details
Delaware, OH
(Ohio Wesleyan)
Ohio Wesleyan 1–0 Amherst Wheaton (IL) & Willamette
2002
Details
Geneva, NY
(William Smith)
Ohio Wesleyan (2) 1–0 Messiah William Smith & Trinity (TX)
2003
Details
Oneonta, NY
(SUNY Oneonta)
SUNY Oneonta 2–1
(OT)
Chicago DePauw & TCNJ
2004
Details
Greensboro, NC Wheaton (IL) 1–1
(5–4, pen)
Puget Sound Wheaton (MA) & Messiah
2005
Details
Messiah 1–0 TCNJ Chicago & Tufts
2006
Details
Lake Buena Vista, FL Wheaton (IL) (2) 2–0 Messiah & Virginia Wesleyan
2007
Details
Wheaton (IL) (3) 1–0 Messiah TCNJ & Western Connecticut State
2008
Details
Greensboro, NC Messiah (2) 5–0 Wheaton (IL) William Smith & Williams
2009
Details
San Antonio, TX Messiah (3) 1–0 Washington–St. Louis TCNJ & Lynchburg
2010
Details
Hardin–Simmons 2–1 Messiah Otterbein & William Smith
2011
Details
Messiah (4) 3–1 Wheaton (IL) Ithaca & William Smith
2012
Details
Messiah (5) 1–0 Emory Wheaton (IL) & Misericordia
2013
Details
William Smith (2) 2–0 Trinity (TX) Capital & Middlebury
2014
Details
Kansas City, MO Lynchburg 0–0
(4–3, pen)
Williams Illinois Wesleyan & Johns Hopkins
2015
Details
Williams 2–1 Washington–Saint Louis Centre & Messiah
2016
Details
Salem, VA[2] Washington–Saint Louis 1–1
(5–4, pen)
Messiah Brandeis & Chicago
2017
Details
Williams (2) 1-0 Chicago TCNJ & Hardin–Simmons
2018
Details
Greensboro, NC Williams (3) 1–1
(3–2, pen)
Middlebury Christopher Newport & Washington–Saint Louis
2019
Details
Messiah (6) 1-0 William Smith  Pomona-Pitzer & Carnegie Mellon
2020 Not played due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States
2021
Details
Greensboro, NC
(UNC Greensboro)
Christopher Newport 2–0 TCNJ Loras & Wesleyan (CT)
2022
Details
2023
Details
Salem, VA
(ODAC)
2024
Details
Las Vegas, NV
(UNLV)
2025
Details
Salem, VA
(ODAC)

Cumulative results

Active programs

Team Championships Runners-up
Messiah 6 (2005, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2019) 4 (2002, 2007, 2010, 2016)
Williams 3 (2015, 2017, 2018) 1 (2014)
TCNJ (Trenton State) 3 (1993, 1994, 2000) 5 (1996, 1998, 2005, 2006, 2021)
Wheaton (IL) 3 (2004, 2006, 2007) 2 (2008, 2011)
William Smith 2 (1988, 2013) 3 (1987, 1997, 2019)
Ithaca 2 (1990, 1991) 1 (1989)
Rochester (NY) 2 (1986, 1987) 1 (1991)
Ohio Wesleyan 2 (2001, 2002) 0
Washington–Saint Louis 1 (2016) 2 (2009, 2015)
SUNY Cortland 1 (1992) 1 (1990)
Macalester 1 (1998) 1 (1999)
Christopher Newport 1 (2021) 0
Lynchburg 1 (2014) 0
Hardin–Simmons 1 (2010) 0
SUNY Oneonta 1 (2003) 0
Plymouth State 0 2 (1986, 1993)
Chicago 0 2 (2003, 2017)
Trinity (TX) 0 1 (2013)
Methodist 0 1 (1995)
Middlebury 0 1 (2018)
Amherst 0 1 (2001)
Tufts 0 1 (2000)
Emory 0 1 (2012)
Puget Sound 0 1 (2004)
UMass Dartmouth 0 1 (1992)

Former programs

Team Championships Runners-up
UC San Diego[a] 5 (1989, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999) 2 (1988, 1994)
  1. ^ now Division I

See also

Notes and references

  1. ^ "Division III Women's Soccer Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved September 2, 2015.
  2. ^ "2014-18 NCAA Championship Sites". Ncaa.com. Retrieved 2015-05-14.

External links

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