10 Nov Road To College Cup Starts Now
The field is set and the 2021 NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament bracket has been revealed, showing us the 64 teams that will do battle beginning with the first round on Friday, Nov. 12 and ending with the College Cup final on Sunday, Dec. 5 at Stevens Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
The Selection Show took place on Monday, Nov. 8 and revealed that the four top seeds are Florida St., Rutgers, Virginia and Duke, and they’re joined by other traditional powers such as North Carolina, Stanford, Santa Clara, Notre Dame, Penn State and UCLA.
At the other end of the spectrum, this is a first tournament appearance for Grand Canyon, while Vermont is here for the first time since 1984 and Providence for the first time since 1993.
2021 NCAA Women’s Soccer Bracket
After months of dedication, hard work and highs and lows on the pitch, hearing your university’s name announced to the tournament field is the ultimate recognition of a job well done.
Here’s a collection of how team’s celebrated.
NCAAs here we come! pic.twitter.com/8cvu2G1Jac
Washington State! pic.twitter.com/qGaG9IRbZw
I guess you can say we’re pretty pumped
— Wake Women’s Soccer (@WakeWSoccer) November 8, 2021
When your name is called in the @NCAASoccer bracket!
— Harvard W Soccer (@Harvard_WSoccer) November 8, 2021
Michigan women’s soccer earned a #2 seed in the upcoming NCAA Tournament–the best in school history. Watch and listen as they heard the news Monday afternoon. The Wolverines will face Bowling Green in a first round matchup this weekend. @umichwsoccer. pic.twitter.com/iIEUXfNQ7M
Callin’ the Hogs for our 8️⃣th trip to the NCAA tourney in nine years. pic.twitter.com/4l0xYhVMI3
— Virginia Tech Women’s Soccer (@HokiesWSoccer) November 8, 2021
DANCIN’ AT HOME!Tigers will host Vermont this weekend to open the @NCAASoccer tournament!
Here’s the moment: pic.twitter.com/z5laHBGcr1
— Princeton WSoccer (@PrincetonWSoc) November 8, 2021
Jersey Bound pic.twitter.com/vQrQqxuqKq
The Billikens will head down to Oxford, Mississippi to take on Ole Miss in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship Friday at 7:00 pm pic.twitter.com/7tIKaDvble
#RUWS opens the 2021 NCAA Tournament on Saturday, Nov. 13, hosting Bucknell for a 4 PM match at Yurcak Field!
— RUWS | BIG TEN CHAMPIONS (@RUWSoccer) November 9, 2021
Time to go dancing pic.twitter.com/2FXl1c2s4I
A Battle Of The Tigers
— LSU Soccer (@LSUSoccer) November 8, 2021
.“We all know we have some unfinished business from our first game of the season.” – @maryraymonndd
— Samford Soccer (@SamfordSoccer) November 9, 2021
Our ticket is punched.
Now it’s time for you to get yours!
— Auburn Soccer (@AuburnSoccer) November 9, 2021
Hear what @PC_CoachLopes had to say after earning an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament!
— Providence Soccer ⚽️ (@PC_WomensSoccer) November 9, 2021
ITS GO TIME
See you this Saturday, at South Field pic.twitter.com/ZA3KAbDDm8
LET’S RIDE pic.twitter.com/ylCQkgu7K2
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