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NCAA Division II Women's Soccer Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

NCAA Women's Division II Soccer Championship
NCAA logo.svg
Founded1988
Number of teams48
Current championsGrand Valley State (6)
Most successful club(s)Grand Valley State (6)
Television broadcastersESPNU
WebsiteNCAA.com

The NCAA Division II Women's Soccer Championship is an American intercollegiate college soccer tournament conducted by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to determine the Division II women's national champion.[1]

The Division II Championship has been held annually since 1988. It was the third of the NCAA-sponsored women's soccer tournaments to be established; the NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship began in 1981 and the NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championship in 1986.[2]

Grand Valley State Lakers are the current champions. The Lakers won their record sixth national title in 2019, defeating Western Washington in the final, 1–0 (after two overtime periods).

Grand Valley State is the most successful program, with six national titles.

Champions

NCAA Division II Women's Soccer Championship
Year Finals Site
(Host)
Final Match Semifinalists Finals Attendance
Champion Score Runner-up
1988
Details
Miami Shores, FL
(Barry)
Cal State Hayward 1–0 Barry Keene State
Mercyhurst
458
1989
Details
Barry 4–0 Keene State Adelphi
Cal State Dominguez Hills
833
1990
Details
Sonoma State 2–0 Keene State Adelphi
Barry
148
1991
Details
Carson, CA
(Cal State–Dominguez Hills)
Cal State Dominguez Hills 2–1 Sonoma State Adelphi
Barry
832
1992
Details
Garden City, NY
(Adelphi)
Barry (2) 3–2 Adelphi Franklin Pierce
Sonoma State
551
1993
Details
Miami Shores, FL
(Barry)
Barry (3) 2–1 Cal Poly–SLO Franklin Pierce
Mercyhurst
650
1994
Details
Rindge, NH
(Franklin Pierce)
Franklin Pierce 2–0 Regis Mercyhurst
Quincy
2,500
1995
Details
Franklin Pierce (2) 5–0 Barry Quincy
Sonoma State
1,600
1996
Details
Boca Raton, FL
(Lynn)
Franklin Pierce (3) 1–0 Lynn Regis
St. Joseph's (IN)
1,214
1997
Details
Carson, CA
(Cal State–Dominguez Hills)
Franklin Pierce (4) 3–0 West Virginia Wesleyan Cal State Dominguez Hills
Lynn
164
1998
Details
Boca Raton, FL
(Lynn)
Lynn 3–1 Sonoma State Ashland
Franklin Pierce
1,260
1999
Details
Miami Shores, FL
(Barry)
Franklin Pierce (5) 3–1 Cal Poly Pomona Barry
Northern Kentucky
517
2000
Details
UC San Diego 3–1 Northern Kentucky Barry
Franklin Pierce
469
2001
Details
La Jolla, CA
(UC San Diego)
UC San Diego (2) 2–0 Christian Brothers Franklin Pierce
Northern Kentucky
1,645
2002
Details
Virginia Beach, VA Christian Brothers 2–1 Nebraska–Omaha Franklin Pierce
Metro State
397
2003
Details
Kennesaw State 2–0 Franklin Pierce UC San Diego
Nebraska–Omaha
257
2004
Details
Wichita Falls, TX Metro State 3–2 Adelphi Carson–Newman
Nebraska–Omaha
384
2005
Details
Nebraska–Omaha 2–1
(OT)
Seattle Pacific Carson–Newman
Franklin Pierce
604
2006
Details
Pensacola, FL Metro State (2) 1–0
(OT)
Grand Valley State Tampa
West Chester
450
2007
Details
Orange Beach, AL Tampa 3–1 Franklin Pierce Grand Valley State
Seattle Pacific
284
2008
Details
Tampa, FL
(Tampa)
Seattle Pacific 1–0
(2OT)
West Florida Metro State
Saint Rose
808
2009
Details
Grand Valley State 1–0 Cal State Dominguez Hills Saint Rose
West Florida
401
2010
Details
Louisville, KY Grand Valley State (2) 4–0 UC San Diego Florida Tech
Saint Rose
335
2011
Details
Pensacola, FL Saint Rose 2–1 Grand Valley State Armstrong Atlantic
Chico State
522
2012
Details
Evans, GA West Florida 1–0 UC San Diego Grand Valley State
Saint Rose
555
2013
Details
Grand Valley State (3) 2–0 West Florida American International
Western Washington
300
2014
Details
Louisville, KY
(Bellarmine)
Grand Valley State (4) 3–0 Rollins Colorado Mines
Saint Rose
300
2015
Details
Pensacola, FL
(West Florida)
Grand Valley State (5) 2–0 Columbus State Bridgeport
Western Washington
2016
Details
Kansas City, MO Western Washington 3–2 Grand Valley State Columbus State
Kutztown
2017
Details
Central Missouri 1–1
(2OT, PK)
Carson–Newman Colorado–Colorado Springs
Mercy
2018
Details
Pittsburgh, PA Bridgeport 1–0 Grand Valley State UC San Diego
Lee (TN)
2019
Details
Grand Valley State (6) 1–0
(2OT)
Western Washington Flagler
Saint Rose

Cumulative results

Division II members

Team Championships Runners-up
Grand Valley State 6 (2009, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2019) 4 (2006, 2011, 2016, 2018)
Franklin Pierce 5 (1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999) 2 (2003, 2007)
Barry 3 (1989, 1992, 1993) 2 (1988, 1995)
Metro State 2 (2004, 2006) 0
West Florida 1 (2012) 2 (2008, 2013)
Western Washington 1 (2016) 1 (2019)
Seattle Pacific 1 (2008) 1 (2005)
Christian Brothers 1 (2002) 1 (2001)
Lynn 1 (1998) 1 (1996)
Cal State Dominguez Hills 1 (1991) 1 (2009)
Sonoma State 1 (1990) 1 (1991)
Bridgeport 1 (2018) 0
Central Missouri 1 (2017) 0
Saint Rose 1 (2011) 0
Tampa 1 (2007) 0
Cal State East Bay (Cal State Hayward) 1 (1988) 0
Adelphi 0 2 (1992, 2004)
Carson–Newman 0 1 (2017)
Rollins 0 1 (2014)
Cal Poly Pomona 0 1 (1999)
West Virginia Wesleyan 0 1 (1997)
Regis 0 1 (1994)

Former Division II members

Team Championships Runners-up
UC San Diego[a] 2 (2000, 2001) 2 (2010, 2012)
Nebraska–Omaha[b][c] 1 (2005) 1 (2002)
Kennesaw State[c] 1 (2003) 0
Keene State[d] 0 2 (1989, 1990)
Northern Kentucky[c] 0 1 (2000)
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo[c] 0 1 (1993)
  1. ^ Competes in Division I.
  2. ^ Now athletically branded as Omaha.
  3. ^ a b c d Competes in Division I.
  4. ^ Competes in Division III.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Division II Women's Soccer Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Archived (PDF) from the original on March 3, 2016. Retrieved January 16, 2016.
  2. ^ "DI Women's College Soccer - Home". NCAA.com. Archived from the original on September 12, 2015. Retrieved May 4, 2018.

External links

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