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College Soccer Weekend Rewind

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Washington now has the inside track to the Pac-12 Championship after defeating California, 2-1, on Sunday. Both teams won games on Friday to start the weekend.

UC-Santa Barbara finished the regular season as the top team in the Big West after a 2-0 win over Cal Poly in front of 12,805 fans. The match set the high mark for attendance of any NCAA soccer match this season.

Louisville was upset in the American Athletic Conference tournament 1-0 by Rutgers. Elon and Furman both won to move to the Southern Conference semifinals. Elon gets Georgia Southern, while Furman will play top-seeded Wofford.

Maryland and Notre Dame both won on Friday to earn a share of the ACC regular season crown. Georgetown also clinched the regular season Big East championship, Coastal Carolina sealed the Big South title, New Mexico finished atop Conference USA and Akron won the MAC championship for the ninth straight season.

Here is a rundown of how the top teams in the country fared over the weekend:


Marquette 1, DePaul 2 (RECAP)

Villanova 0, Georgetown 1 (RECAP)

Creighton 1, Providence 2 (RECAP)

California 3, Oregon St. 0 (RECAP)

Boston College 0, Virginia 1 (RECAP)

Maryland 2, Virginia Tech 1 (RECAP)

Pittsburgh 0, Notre Dame 2 (RECAP)

NC State 1, North Carolina 0 (RECAP)

Syracuse 1, Wake Forest 4 (RECAP)

Xavier 1, Butler 2 (RECAP)

UAB 2, Marshall 1 (RECAP)

Ohio St. 0, Wisconsin 2 (RECAP)

Stanford 0, Washington 2 (RECAP)


Akron 2, Western Michigan 1 (RECAP)

Michigan 0, Michigan St. 2 (RECAP)

Coastal Carolina 4, Longwood 0 (RECAP)

SMU 0, UConn 5 (RECAP)

Kentucky 0, New Mexico 2 (RECAP)

Rutgers 1, Louisville 0 (RECAP)

Appalachian St. 1, Elon 1 (7-8) (RECAP)

Davidson 0, Furman 1 (RECAP)

Cal State Northridge 1, UC-Irvine 2 (RECAP)

Cal Poly 0, UC-Santa Barbara 2 (RECAP)


California 1, Washington 2 (RECAP)

    • Quit whining about soccer in the US

      Man, I was a few feet from the guy throwing it in on the flip about 4-5 times.
      Very, very cool. I can’t believe more teams don’t have that.

      He threw it 50+ yards one throw.

      College soccer has it right with the Golden Goal. Go Huskies.


  • Rob218

    The ACC tournament is going to be fantastic this year. Maryland, Notre Dame, and Wake are all legit contenders plus you can never discount UVA or UNC. Maryland winning its last ACC tournament would be a great farewell to the ACC. Go Maryland!


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