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Projected NCAA Division I tournament field
November 8th, 2010 5:15AM

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[COLLEGE WOMEN] The NCAA women's soccer committee will deliberate to select the 34 at-large teams that will accompany the 30 conference champions to the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. Here are the 64 teams Soccer America projects will earn bids.

The ACC leads all conferences with eight selections. Seven teams are shoo-ins. The eighth is a toss-up between Miami (Fla.) and Virginia, and we gave the nod to the Hurricanes. Both teams beat three teams we project to made the 64-team field, but the Hurricanes get the edge for their 2-0 win over the Hokies.

Despite playing without Alex Morgan, on national team duty at the Concacaf World Cup qualifying tournament in Mexico, Cal won at Oregon and Oregon State over the weekend to solidify its case as one of seven Pac-10 teams in the tournament. Arizona State's win over USC will probably be enough to extend the Women of Troy's season.

After starting 1-5-1, Penn State got hot in the last month and probably clinched a bid with its 1-0 win over Michigan on Sunday.

The team that helped itself the most during the last week was Oklahoma with wins over Texas and Texas A&M in the Big 12 Tournament.

No. 65? Georgia helped its case with its win over Auburn at the SEC Tournament, but it probably won't be enough to earn the Bulldogs an at-large bid. Nebraska also helped its case with its win over Missouri at the Big 12 Tournament. The overtime loss to Oklahoma State in the semifinals may have ended the Huskers' season, though.

Note: The Women's Selection Show will be televised Monday at 4:30 pm ET on ESPNU

ACC (8)
Wake Forest
North Carolina
Virginia
Boston College
Maryland
Florida State
Duke
Miami (Fla.)

Pac-10 (7)
Stanford
USC
Oregon State
UCLA
Arizona State
Washington
California

Big Ten (6)
Ohio State
Wisconsin
Illinois
Michigan
Minnesota
Penn State

Big East (6)
West Virginia
Notre Dame
Marquette
Georgetown
Connecticut
South Florida

Big 12 (4)
Oklahoma State
Texas A&M
Texas
Oklahoma

WCC (3)
Portland
Santa Clara
San Diego

SEC (2)
Florida
South Carolina

Conference USA (2)
Memphis
UCF

Mountain West (2)
BYU
New Mexico

CAA (2)
James Madison
Hofstra

Big West (2)
Long Beach State
UC Irvine

Sun Belt (2)
Middle Tennessee
Denver

Southern (1)
UNC Greensboro

Atlantic 10 (1)
Dayton

Horizon (1)
Milwaukee

America East (1)
Boston Univ.

Mid-American (1)
Central Michigan

MAAC (1)
Siena

Ivy (1)
Penn

Patriot (1)
Lehigh

Missouri Valley (1)
Creighton

Northeast (1)
St. Francis (Pa.)

Ohio Valley (1)
Morehead State

WAC (1)
Fresno State

Southland (1)
UTSA

Summit (1)
North Dakota State

Atlantic Sun (1)
Mercer

Big Sky (1)
Sacramento State

Big South (1)
High Point

Southwestern (1)
Jackson State



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  1. Wayne Novoa
    commented on: November 8, 2010 at 2:16 p.m.
    Sacramento State - Kudos to the team and a proud shout out to (Felica Novoa)a beautiful person off the field and on healthy /hurt or injured always plays hard and fair respecting the game .Striving to be the complete total player she maintains a team first attitude and will attack lose balls and go to goal with unselfish play almost to a fault ,she defends every square inch of the field and will let go of the ball as quickly as she receives it, she can combine and dribble penetrate ... the way the beautiful game should be played ! I HOPE THE BALL BOUNCES THE HORNETS WAY AND KEEP THE GOOD KARMA ROLLING ! a passionate fan
  1. Tyler Dennis
    commented on: November 11, 2010 at 3:56 p.m.
    Wayne, I love your passion! It is great to see. Best of luck to Felicia!

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