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NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Women's Division I Soccer Championship
NCAA logo.svg
Founded1982
Number of teams64
Current championsFlorida State (3)
Most successful club(s)North Carolina (21)
Television broadcastersESPNU
WebsiteNCAA.com
2021 NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Tournament

The NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship, sometimes known as the Women's College Cup, is an American college soccer tournament conducted by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and determines the Division I women's national champion.

History

The NCAA began conducting a single division Women's Soccer Championship tournament in 1982 with a 12-team tournament. The tournament became the Division I Championship in 1986, when Division III was created for non-scholarship programs. Currently, the tournament field consists of 64 teams. The semifinals and final of the tournament, held at a single site every year, are collectively known as the Women's College Cup (analogous to the College Cup in men's soccer).

Historically, North Carolina has been the dominant school in Division I women's soccer. Known widely as one of the most successful collegiate programs in any NCAA sport, the Tar Heels have won 21 national championships of the 31 NCAA tournaments contested. They also won the only AIAW national championship in soccer in 1981. The Tar Heels have reached the College Cup 26 times. Head coach Anson Dorrance is considered one of the greatest women's soccer coaches in NCAA history, leading the Tar Heels since the inception of the program in 1979.

Only six other schools have multiple titles, Notre Dame (3 titles, 5-times runner-up and 12 College Cup appearances), Florida State (3 titles, 3-time runner-up and 12 college cup appearances), Stanford (3 titles, 2-times runner-up and 10 College Cup appearances), Santa Clara (2 titles, 1-time runner up and 11 College Cup appearances), Portland (2 titles, 1-time runner-up and 8 College Cup appearances), and USC (2 titles, 2 College Cup appearances).

Champions

NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship
Year Site
(Host)
Stadium Team Championship Third Place Final / Semifinalists Attendance
Champion Score Runner-up Champion Score Runner-up
1982
Details
Orlando, Florida
(Central Florida)
University of Central Florida North Carolina 1–0 Central Florida Connecticut 2–1 UMSL 1,000
1983
Details
North Carolina (2) 4–0 George Mason Massachusetts 1–0 Connecticut 700
1984
Details
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
(North Carolina)
Fetzer Field North Carolina (3) 2–0 Connecticut Massachusetts 4–1 California 3,500
1985
Details
Fairfax, Virginia
(George Mason)
George Mason Stadium George Mason 2–0 North Carolina Colorado College, Massachusetts 4,500
1986
Details
North Carolina (4) 2–0 Colorado College George Mason, Massachusetts 1,000
1987
Details
Hadley, Massachusetts
(Massachusetts)
Warren McGuirk Alumni Stadium North Carolina (5) 1–0 Massachusetts California, Central Florida 3,651
1988
Details
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
(North Carolina)
Fetzer Field North Carolina (6) 4–1 NC State California, Wisconsin 3,500
1989
Details
Raleigh, North Carolina
(NC State)
Method Road Soccer Stadium North Carolina (7) 2–0 Colorado College NC State, Santa Clara 1,625
1990
Details
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
(North Carolina)
Fetzer Field North Carolina (8) 6–0 Connecticut Colorado College, Santa Clara 3,200
1991
Details
North Carolina (9) 3–1 Wisconsin Colorado College, Virginia 3,800
1992
Details
North Carolina (10) 9–1 Duke Hartford, Santa Clara 3,573
1993
Details
North Carolina (11) 6–0 George Mason Massachusetts, Stanford 5,721
1994
Details
Portland, Oregon
(Portland)
Merlo Field North Carolina (12) 5–0 Notre Dame Connecticut, Portland 5,000
1995
Details
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
(North Carolina)
Fetzer Field Notre Dame 1–0
(3OT)
Portland North Carolina, SMU 6,926
1996
Details
Santa Clara, California
(Santa Clara)
Buck Shaw Stadium North Carolina (13) 1–0
(2OT)
Notre Dame Portland, Santa Clara 8,800
1997
Details
Greensboro, North Carolina
(UNC Greensboro)
UNCG Soccer Stadium North Carolina (14) 2–0 Connecticut Notre Dame, Santa Clara 3,200
1998
Details
Florida 1–0 North Carolina Portland, Santa Clara 10,583
1999
Details
San Jose, California
(San Jose State)
Spartan Stadium North Carolina (15) 2–0 Notre Dame Penn State, Santa Clara 14,410
2000
Details
North Carolina (16) 2–1 UCLA Notre Dame, Portland 9,566
2001
Details
University Park, Texas
(SMU)
Gerald J. Ford Stadium Santa Clara 1–0 North Carolina Florida, Portland 7,090
2002
Details
Austin, Texas
(Texas)
Mike A. Myers Stadium Portland 2–1
(OT)
Santa Clara North Carolina, Penn State 10,027
2003
Details
Cary, North Carolina SAS Soccer Park North Carolina (17) 6–0 Connecticut Florida State, UCLA 10,042
2004
Details
Notre Dame (2) 1–1
(4–3 pen)
UCLA Princeton, Santa Clara 7,644
2005
Details
College Station, Texas
(Texas A&M)
Aggie Soccer Stadium Portland (2) 4–0 UCLA Florida State, Penn State 6,578
2006
Details
Cary, North Carolina SAS Soccer Park North Carolina (18) 2–1 Notre Dame Florida State, UCLA 8,349
2007
Details
College Station, Texas
(Texas A&M)
Aggie Soccer Stadium USC 2–0 Florida State Notre Dame, UCLA 8,255
2008
Details
Cary, North Carolina WakeMed Soccer Park North Carolina (19) 2–1 Notre Dame Stanford, UCLA 9,055
2009
Details
College Station, Texas
(Texas A&M)
Aggie Soccer Stadium North Carolina (20) 1–0 Stanford Notre Dame, UCLA 8,536
2010
Details
Cary, North Carolina WakeMed Soccer Park Notre Dame (3) 1–0 Stanford Boston College, Ohio State 7,833
2011
Details
Kennesaw, Georgia
(Kennesaw State)
Kennesaw State University Soccer Stadium Stanford 1–0 Duke Florida State, Wake Forest 9,241
2012
Details
San Diego
(San Diego)
Torero Stadium North Carolina (21) 4–1 Penn State Florida State, Stanford 7,289
2013
Details
Cary, North Carolina WakeMed Soccer Park UCLA 1–0
(OT)
Florida State Virginia, Virginia Tech 8,806*
2014
Details
Boca Raton, Florida
(Florida Atlantic)
FAU Stadium Florida State 1–0 Virginia Stanford, Texas A&M 4,137
2015
Details
Cary, North Carolina WakeMed Soccer Park Penn State 1–0 Duke Florida State, Rutgers 10,676
2016
Details
San Jose, California Avaya Stadium USC (2) 3–1 West Virginia Georgetown, North Carolina 6,612
2017
Details
Orlando, Florida Orlando City Stadium Stanford (2) 3-2 UCLA South Carolina, Duke 1,938
2018
Details
Cary, North Carolina WakeMed Soccer Park Florida State (2) 1–0 North Carolina Stanford, Georgetown 12,512
2019
Details
San Jose, CA Avaya Stadium Stanford (3) 0–0 (5-4 pen.) North Carolina UCLA, Washington State 9,591[1]
2020
Details
Cary, North Carolina WakeMed Soccer Park Santa Clara (2) 1-1

(4-1 pen.)

Florida State North Carolina, Virginia N/A
2021

Details

Santa Clara, CA Stevens Stadium Florida State (3) 0-0 (4-3 pen.) BYU Santa Clara, Rutgers
  • The reported attendance for 2013 is the number of tickets sold for the match. Actual game attendance was less than 3000.[citation needed]

Team titles

NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship is located in the United States
North Carolina
North Carolina
Florida State
Florida State
Stanford
Stanford
Notre Dame
Notre
Dame
Santa Clara
Santa Clara
USC
USC
Portland
Portland
Penn State
Penn State
UCLA
UCLA
Florida
Florida
George Mason
George Mason
National Championships by school: ButtonBlue.svg 21, ButtonRed.svg 3, ButtonYellow.svg 2, ButtonWhite.svg 1
Team # Years
North Carolina 21 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989,
1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997,
1999, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2012
Florida State 3 2014, 2018, 2021
Stanford 3 2011, 2017, 2019
Notre Dame 3 1995, 2004, 2010
Santa Clara 2 2001, 2020
USC 2 2007, 2016
Portland 2 2002, 2005
Penn State 1 2015
UCLA 1 2013
Florida 1 1998
George Mason 1 1985

Performance by team

  •  •  First Round
  •  24   32  Round of 24 (1993 - 1994); Round of 32 (1995 - present)
  •  12   16  Round of 12 (1982 - 1992); Round of 16 (1993 - present)
  •  E8  Quaterfinals
  •  F4  Semifinals
  •  RU  National Runner-up
  •  CH  National Champion

In 2001 and 2002, the top 8 teams were seeded 1 through 8. The top 4 teams are shown with double underline, and next 4 teams are shown with dotted underline. Since 2003, the top 16 teams have been seeded, and the top 4 teams are shown with double underline, and next 12 teams are shown with dotted underline.

# SF CH School 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
40 30 21 North Carolina CH CH CH RU CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH CH SF CH CH RU CH CH RU SF CH 16 QF CH 16 CH CH 16 16 CH QF 16 32 SF 16 RU RU SF
27 12 3 Notre Dame 16 RU CH RU SF QF RU SF 32 16 32 CH QF RU SF RU SF CH QF 16 16 32 16 32 16
22 12 3 Florida State 16 32 16 SF SF SF RU QF QF QF SF SF RU CH SF 32 16 CH QF RU CH
30 10 3 Stanford 12 QF QF SF QF 24 32 16 32 16 QF 32 16 16 SF RU RU CH SF 16 SF QF 32 CH SF CH
31 12 2 Santa Clara SF SF 12 SF 16 24 QF SF SF SF SF QF CH RU QF SF QF 16 32 32 16 32 QF 16 32 16 CH SF
21 8 2 Portland 12 QF SF RU SF 32 SF SF SF CH 16 QF CH QF QF QF QF 32 32 32 32
20 2 2 USC 32 32 32 32 32 32 CH 16 32 16 CH 32 16 QF 32 32
25 11 1 UCLA 24 QF 32 16 RU QF 16 SF RU RU SF SF SF SF 16 32 QF CH QF 16 RU QF SF 16
27 5 1 Penn State 24 16 32 QF SF QF QF SF QF 32 SF QF 16 32 32 16 RU 32 QF CH 32 QF QF 16 16 16
11 4 1 George Mason 12 RU 12 CH SF QF 12 RU 16 32 16
22 2 1 Florida QF 16 CH 32 32 SF QF 16 16 16 32 32 32 16 32 QF 16 16 QF
31 7 - Connecticut SF SF RU 12 QF QF 12 12 RU QF 12 QF SF QF QF RU QF QF QF 16 QF RU 16 32 QF 32 32 16 32
15 6 - Massachusetts QF SF SF SF SF RU QF QF 12 QF SF 16 16 16 32
11 5 - Colorado College QF SF RU 12 QF RU SF SF
34 4 - Virginia 12 12 12 QF SF QF 24 16 32 16 32 16 16 QF 16 32 32 QF 16 16 16 16 16 QF 16 SF RU QF 16 16 16 32 SF 16
27 4 - Duke RU 16 QF 16 16 32 32 32 32 32 16 32 32 QF QF 16 RU QF QF RU QF SF 16 32 QF QF
26 3 - California QF SF QF SF SF 16 32 32 16 32 32 32 32 32 32
22 2 - Wisconsin SF 12 QF RU QF 24 16 16 32 32 32 32 16 32 32 32 32 16 16 16
21 2 - UCF RU QF SF QF 12 32 32 32 32 32 32 QF 32 16
16 2 - NC State QF QF QF RU SF QF QF 12 16 QF 32 16 32 16 16 32
16 2 - Rutgers 12 16 32 32 16 32 32 32 SF 32 32 32 SF
12 2 - Georgetown QF 32 32 32 SF SF 16 32
26 1 - Texas A&M 16 32 32 32 16 16 QF QF 16 32 16 QF 32 QF 16 32 32 16 16 SF QF 32 32 16 32 QF
22 1 - BYU 32 16 32 16 32 QF 32 32 QF 32 32 16 QF 32 RU
21 1 - Wake Forest 16 32 16 32 32 32 32 32 QF 32 SF 32 16 32 16 32
21 1 - West Virginia 32 16 32 32 QF 32 32 16 32 QF RU 16 32 16 32
19 1 - Boston College 12 QF 12 QF 16 16 16 16 16 QF SF 16 32 QF
15 1 - South Carolina 16 32 32 32 QF QF SF 32 QF 32 QF
15 1 - Ohio State 32 QF SF 16 16 32 32
14 1 - Princeton QF 12 32 SF 32 32 QF 32
14 1 - SMU 12 12 16 SF 16 16 32 32 32 32 32
14 1 - Washington State 16 32 32 16 32 SF 32
13 1 - Hartford QF 12 QF SF QF 24 16 16 QF 32
12 1 - Virginia Tech 16 16 SF 16 32 16 32
2 1 - Missouri St. Louis SF 12
23 - - William & Mary 12 QF 12 QF 12 QF 16 QF 24 32 QF 16 16 32 32 32 32 32
22 - - Clemson 24 24 32 QF 16 QF QF 16 QF 32 32 16 32 32 QF
17 - - Harvard QF QF 24 32 QF 32 32 16 32 32
17 - - Auburn 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 16 QF 32
16 - - Washington 16 16 32 16 32 QF 32 32 QF 16 32 16
15 - - Michigan 32 32 32 32 32 QF 16 16 QF 16 QF
15 - - Milwaukee 32 32 32 32 32 32
15 - - Texas 16 16 16 32 32 16
14 - - Boston University 32 32 32 32 32
13 - - Maryland QF QF 32 32 32 32 16 16 32 16 32
13 - - San Diego 16 32 32 32 16
13 - - Marquette 32 32 16 32 16 32 16
13 - - Tennessee 16 16 16 32 16 16 32 QF 16
13 - - Oklahoma State 32 32 32 32 QF QF 32 32 16
12 - - Nebraska QF 16 16 QF 16 16 16 32 16 32 32 32
12 - - Central Connecticut 32 32
12 - - Illinois 32 QF 32 16 32 16 32 32 16
12 - - Pepperdine 32 16 32 16 16 32 32 16
12 - - Denver 32 16 32
12 - - Colorado 32 32 16 32 16 32 32 32 32
11 - - Vanderbilt 16 16 16 32 32 32 32 32
11 - - James Madison 16 16 32 32 32 32 32 16 32
11 - - Minnesota 24 32 16 32 32 16 16 32 32
11 - - Kentucky 24 32 32 32 32 16
11 - - UNC Greensboro 32 16 32 32 32
10 - - Dartmouth 16 24 32 QF 32 16 16
10 - - Dayton 32 16 32 32
10 - - Ole Miss 32 32 16 32 16
10 - - Memphis 32 32
9 - - UC Santa Barbara 12 QF QF QF QF QF 12
9 - - Georgia 32 16 32 32 32 32 32
9 - - South Alabama 32 32
9 - - Kansas 16 32 32 32 32 16
9 - - Cal State Fullerton 16 32
9 - - Hofstra 32 32 32 32 32 32
8 - - Brown 12 QF QF 12 12 16 32
8 - - Radford 12
8 - - Furman
8 - - Arizona State 32 32 32 32 32
8 - - Oakland 32
8 - - Utah 32 32 16
8 - - Monmouth
8 - - South Florida 32 32 32 16 32
8 - - Arkansas 16 32 32 32 32 16 QF
7 - - Cincinnati 12 12 24 32 16 32
7 - - San Diego State 16 32 16
7 - - Missouri 32 32 32 32
7 - - Liberty
7 - - Loyola (MD)
7 - - Purdue 32 16 32 32
7 - - High Point
7 - - Illinois State 32 32 32
7 - - North Texas
7 - - Arizona 16 32 16 32 32 32
7 - - LSU 32 32 32
7 - - Long Beach State QF
7 - - Texas Tech 32 32 16 32 32 32
6 - - Northwestern 32 16 32 16 32
6 - - Colgate 32 32
6 - - Baylor 32 32 16 QF QF
6 - - Montana 32
6 - - Villanova 32 16 32 32
6 - - Loyola (IL)
6 - - Bowling Green
6 - - Saint Louis 32 32 32 32
6 - - Samford 32 32
6 - - Louisville 16 32
6 - - South Dakota State 32
6 - - Florida Gulf Coast 32
6 - - TCU 32 QF 16
5 - - Fairfield 32
5 - - Charlotte 32 32
5 - - Evansville
5 - - Cal Poly 32
5 - - Idaho State 32
5 - - Bucknell
5 - - Miami (FL) 32
5 - - Creighton
5 - - Navy 32
5 - - Rice 16
5 - - Toledo
5 - - La Salle
5 - - Seattle 32
4 - - Cortland State QF QF 12 QF
4 - - Oregon State 24 16 32
4 - - Indiana 32 32 16 32
4 - - Xavier 32
4 - - Alabama 32
4 - - Penn
4 - - Fresno State
4 - - Long Island
4 - - Miami (OH) 32 32 32
4 - - Eastern Illinois
4 - - Texas State
4 - - Michigan State 32 32
4 - - Oklahoma 32
4 - - UNLV
4 - - Northeastern 32 32
4 - - St. John's 32 16
4 - - SE Louisiana
4 - - Murray State
4 - - New Mexico 32
4 - - Saint Francis (PA)
4 - - Stony Brook
4 - - SIU Edwardsville 32
3 - - St. Mary's 12 16 32
3 - - Wright State
3 - - Jacksonville
3 - - San Jose State
3 - - Yale 32 16
3 - - Northwestern State
3 - - Loyola Marymount 16
3 - - Western Michigan 32 32
3 - - Stephen F. Austin
3 - - DePaul
3 - - Weber State 32
3 - - Mississippi Valley
3 - - Northern Arizona
3 - - Morehead State
3 - - Central Michigan 32
3 - - UC Irvine 16 32
3 - - Siena
3 - - Iowa 32
3 - - Prairie View A&M
3 - - Albany
3 - - Utah Valley 32
3 - - Butler
3 - - Alabama State
3 - - Lipscomb 32
2 - - Cal State Hayward 12 12
2 - - FIU QF
2 - - Providence 16
2 - - Syracuse 32 32
2 - - Elon
2 - - Richmond 32 16
2 - - Missouri State
2 - - UAB 32
2 - - VCU 32
2 - - Campbell
2 - - Western Carolina
2 - - Valparaiso
2 - - SE Missouri State
2 - - Old Dominion
2 - - Kennesaw State
2 - - Sacramento State
2 - - Army
2 - - Belmont
2 - - Ark.-Pine Bluff
2 - - UNC Wilmington 32
2 - - IUPUI
2 - - Boise State
2 - - Jackson State
2 - - Mercer
2 - - UT Martin
2 - - Utah State
2 - - Houston Baptist
2 - - Howard
2 - - Northern Colorado
2 - - Eastern Washington
2 - - Lamar
1 - - Rochester (NY) 12
1 - - Keene State 12
1 - - Barry 12
1 - - George Washington 32
1 - - Georgia State
1 - - Pacific 32
1 - - Eastern Michigan
1 - - Holy Cross
1 - - Quinnipiac
1 - - Sacred Heart
1 - - Rhode Island 32
1 - - American
1 - - Detroit 32
1 - - Binghamton
1 - - B'ham Southern
1 - - Oral Roberts
1 - - UTEP 32
1 - - Florida Atlantic
1 - - Gonzaga
1 - - Iowa State
1 - - UC Riverside
1 - - Columbia
1 - - Drake
1 - - Grambling State
1 - - McNeese State
1 - - Nevada
1 - - Niagara
1 - - UNC Asheville
1 - - Alabama A&M
1 - - Hawaii
1 - - Davidson
1 - - Lehigh
1 - - Middle Tennessee
1 - - North Dakota State
1 - - UTSA
1 - - Marist
1 - - Cal State Northridge
1 - - Georgia Southern
1 - - UMBC
1 - - Buffalo
1 - - New Hampshire
1 - - Rider
1 - - Duquesne
1 - - Fairleigh Dickinson
1 - - Kent State
1 - - Northern Kentucky
1 - - Abilene Christian
1 - - Little Rock
1 - - Mississippi State
1 - - Grand Canyon
1 - - Loyola Chicago
1 - - Vermont


See also

References

  1. ^ "College Cup: Stanford extended to a shootout before winning title". December 9, 2019.

External links

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