For the first time in Wingate University history, the Bulldogs are NCAA Division II national champions! Top-ranked Wingate got a pair of goals from All-American Jon Ander Saturday afternoon en route to a 2-0 victory over fourth-ranked University of Charleston in the NCAA men’s soccer national title match
Washington University clinched the Women’s DIII Title in dramatic fashion as they outscored Messiah College in a Penalty Shootout.
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NCAA Division 1 Women
December 4th 6PM – Avaya Stadium – San Jose, California
The magnificent BBVA Compass Stadium – home to the Houston Dynamo of MLS has been selected to host the 2016 Men’s College Cup. The final will kick off on December 11 at 1pm.
The Stadium has a capacity of 22,039 seats, including 34 private suites, 1,100 club seats, Premium Club, dedicated supporters stand, and food court. The stadium is designed to accommodate MLS and FIFA standard international soccer, football, lacrosse, rugby, and concerts. But who will be playing for the ultimate prize in Men’s college soccer?
The UMass Beacons literally brought the fight to rivals Haverford College when three players attacked their opponents in separate incidents during a brutal second of the match-up in the NCAA Tournament.