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NCAA Division I Women's Champions
December 10th, 2007 8AM

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USC is only the seventh team to win the NCAA Division I women's championship in the 26-year history of the tournament.

1982 North Carolina 1 Central Florida 0
1983 North Carolina 4 George Mason 0
1984 North Carolina 2 Connecticut 0
1985 George Mason 2 North Carolina 0
1986 North Carolina 2 Colorado College 0
1987 North Carolina 1 Massachusetts 0
1988 North Carolina 1 N.C. State 0
1989 North Carolina 2 Colorado College 0
1990 North Carolina 6 Connecticut 0
1991 North Carolina 3 Wisconsin 1
1992 North Carolina 9 Duke 1
1993 North Carolina 6 George Mason 0
1994 North Carolina 5 Notre Dame 0
1995 Notre Dame 1 Portland 0 (OT)
1996 North Carolina 1 Notre Dame 0 (OT)
1997 North Carolina 2 Connecticut 0
1998 Florida 1 North Carolina 0
1999 North Carolina 2 Notre Dame 0
2000 North Carolina 2 UCLA 1
2001 Santa Clara 1 North Carolina 0
2002 Portland 2 Santa Clara 1 (OT)
2003 North Carolina Connecticut 0
2004 Notre Dame 1 UCLA 1
(Notre Dame wins 4-3 on penalties.)
2005 Portland 4 UCLA 0
2006 North Carolina 2 Notre Dame 1
2007 USC 2 Florida State 0



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