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Projected NCAA Division I tournament field
November 15th, 2010 4:20AM

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[COLLEGE MEN] The NCAA men's soccer committee will deliberate to select the 26 at-large teams that will accompany the 22 conference champions to the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament. Here are the 48 teams Soccer America projects will earn bids.

With nine automatic qualifiers ranked higher than No. 60 and four over 100 in last week's RPI, the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament will have its share of longshots. The weekend results of conference tournament play also left several teams on the bubble, sweating out the deliberations of the NCAA men's soccer committee.

Two teams of note are ineligible for the NCAA Tournament.

Wake Forest's 1-0 loss to Virginia left the Demon Deacons with an 8-9-1 record and therefore ineligible for selection. They had made the Men's College Cup the last four years.

Florida Gulf Coast, winner of the Atlantic Sun regular-season title and ranked by Soccer America for much of the season, is in its NCAA reclassifying period.

On the bubble are South Florida, Loyola Marymount and High Point, among others.

PROJECTED 48:
Big East (6)
Louisville
Notre Dame
Georgetown
Connecticut
Providence
West Virginia

Big Ten (5)
Michigan
Indiana
Michigan State
Penn State
Ohio State

ACC (5)
Maryland
North Carolina
Duke
Virginia
Boston College

Conference USA (4)
South Carolina
SMU
Tulsa
UCF

Ivy (4)
Princeton
Penn
Brown
Dartmouth

Pac-10 (3)
California
UCLA
Washington

Horizon (2)
Butler
Wisconsin-Green Bay

CAA (2)
William & Mary
Old Dominion

Missouri Valley (2)
Bradley
Creighton

America East (2)
UMBC
Boston U.

Southern (2)
UNC Greensboro
Col. of Charleston

Mid-American (1)
Akron

WCC (1)
Santa Clara

Atlantic 10 (1)
Xavier

MAAC (1)
St. Peter's

Atlantic Sun (1)
East Tennessee State

Northeast (1)
Monmouth

Big West (1)
UC Santa Barbara

MPSF (1)
Sacramento State

Patriot
(1)
Bucknell

Big South
(1)
Coastal Carolina

Summit
(1)
Oakland



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  1. JAMES SIEDLISKI
    commented on: November 15, 2010 at 12:36 p.m.
    www.BigEastSoccer.com

  1. Norm Coyle
    commented on: November 15, 2010 at 1:11 p.m.
    Congratulations to Xavier on making the NCAA tournament. They deserved the A10 title after beating Temple, Charlotte and LaSalle in the conference tournament. I'm a Temple fan and hoping next year will be the year for us to win the A10 and finally get back into the NCAA tournament. Go Owls!

  1. paul
    commented on: November 15, 2010 at 10:18 p.m.
    St. Peter's College of the MAAC has a fabulous mid fielder from South Africa named Lebongang Pila who will probably be drafted by an MLS team. St. Peter's plays Providence in the first round.


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