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Messiah juggernaut continues
December 5th, 2012 5:32PM
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[NCAA DIVISION III TOURNAMENT] Messiah repeated as NCAA Division II women's champion and won its four title in the last five years with a 1-0 win over Emory. The Falcons' men's title in the first game of the championship doubleheader at San Antonio's Blossom Soccer Stadium was Messiah's fourth Division III sweep in the last eight years.

Senior midfielder Rachel Scheibeler scored on an assist from Alex Brandt in the first half for the game's only goal.

The Falcons were playing in their sixth straight final.

NCAA Division III Women's Champions
YEAR CHAMPION (RECORD) SCORE RUNNER-UP
2012 Messiah (24-1-1) 1-0 Emory
2011 Messiah (23-0-1) 3-1 Wheaton (Ill.)
2010 Hardin-Simmons (24-0-1) 2-1 Messiah
2009 Messiah (25-0-1) 1-0 Washington (Mo.)
2008 Messiah (24-0-2) 5-0 Wheaton (Ill.)
2007 Wheaton (Ill.) (27-0) 1-0 Messiah
2006 Wheaton (Ill.) (24-2) 2-0 TCNJ
2005 Messiah (22-0-1) 1-0 TCNJ
2004 *Wheaton (IL) (25-1) 1-1 (2 OT, pk) Puget Sound
2003 Oneonta State (21-1-3) 2-1 (OT) Chicago
2002 Ohio Wesleyan (24-0) 1-0 Messiah
2001 Ohio Wesleyan (22-1) 1-0 Amherst
2000 TCNJ (23-1) 2-1 Tufts
1999 UC San Diego (19-1-2) 1-0 Macalester
1998 Macalester (22-1-1) 1-0 (4 OT) TCNJ
1997 UC San Diego (20-2) 1-0 William Smith
1996 UC San Diego (21-1) 2-1 TCNJ
1995 UC San Diego (19-2) 3-0 Methodist
1994 TCNJ (15-0)  4-3 (3 OT) UC San Diego
1993 TCNJ (20-1-3) 4-0 Plymouth State
1992 SUNY Cortland (17-2-3) 1-0 UMass-Dartmouth
1991 Ithaca (19-2-3) 2-0 Rochester
1990 Ithaca (18-5-2) 1-0 (4 OT, PK) SUNY Cortland
1989 UC San Diego (19-1-1) 3-2 (3 OT) Ithaca
1988 William Smith (18-1-1) 1-0 UC San Diego
1987 Rochester (18-1) 1-0 William Smith
1986 Rochester (13-2-1) 1-0 Plymouth State



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