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NCAA Division I Women's Tournament Schedule
November 26th, 2013 10:51PM
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[WOMEN'S SOCCER] NCAA Division I Women's Tournament moves into the quarterfinals with three games on Friday and one on Saturday. The four No. 1 regional seeds -- all from the ACC -- are all still in the tournament and will host. For the quarterfinal schedule.

NCAA Division I Women's Bracket

First Round Results
Second Round Results
Third Round Results

QUARTERFINALS: Schedule:
Nov. 29 in Tallahassee, Fla.
Florida State vs. Boston College, 3 pm ET
Nov. 29 in Blacksburg, Va.
Virginia Tech vs. Duke, 4 pm ET
Nov. 29 in Charlottesville, Va.
Virginia vs. Michigan, 7 pm ET CBSSports.com
Nov. 30 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
North Carolina vs. UCLA, 5 pm ET GoHeels TV


3 comments
  1. Alan Crow
    commented on: November 28, 2013 at 5:19 p.m.
    Can anyone provide a logical explanation how UCLA,the #2 ranked team, gets seeded 2nd in the NCAA west regional and ends up playing the west region final in North Carolina? Yes, their only loss came at the hands of North Carolina, but in North Carolina early in the season. Talk about stacking the deck and trying to create a self fulfilling prophecy for the ACC! The selection committee's bias is inexcusable.
  1. Kevin Sims
    commented on: November 29, 2013 at 7:39 a.m.
    UNC deemed #4 among ACC schools ... UNC beat UCLA head-to-head ... logic is quite clear ... you must acknowledge strength of ACC if examining this NCAA tournament ... 6 of 8 remaining schools is amazing & achieved on the field, not on paper ... best of luck to your Bruins
  1. Alan Crow
    commented on: November 29, 2013 at 2:16 p.m.
    Yes, UNC won 1-0 at home early in the season. So why wasn't Virgina Tech put in the West Region? It is still absurd that an overall #2 ranking only gets a 2nd seed regional ranking and, as a consequence, the strongest team in the west plays a the West Regional final in North Carolina! While it is highly probable that some ACC school will win the College Cup, the seeding sure helps move all the ACC schools along.

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