2009 National Women's Cup

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2009 USASA National Women's Cup
Country  United States
Champions Chicago Eclipse Select
Runners-up New York Athletic Club

The 2009 USASA National Women's Cup was the 14th edition of the annual national soccer championship, won by the Chicago Eclipse Select with a 3-1 victory over the New York Athletic Club. The Eclipse beat NYAC in the semifinals of the 2008 Women's Amateur the previous year as well before losing to the Turbo D'Feeters in the Amateur final.[1]

Regional Phase[edit]

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Region I[edit]

NYAC beat Danubia in the final, with the Classic Crush (of Massachusetts) and the Peninsula Aztecs as the losing semifinalists.

Region II[edit]

Six teams were divided into two groups, with the group winners facing off for Region II's national semifinal slot. The Chicago Eclipse Select won their group and then beat the Kentucky Wanderers to move forward. The group runner-ups were J.B. Marine S.C. and Women's SC United, followed by FC Indiana and the AAFC Elite.

Region III[edit]

The Houston Challengers won a three-team group, with runner-ups Triad United Aces and third-place Lynch's Irish Pub.

Region IV[edit]

National Finals[edit]

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Semifinals Final
           
Chicago Eclipse Select
Phoenix Inferno
Chicago Eclipse Select 3
NYAC 1
NYAC
Houston Challengers

Semi-finals[edit]


24 July 2012
9:30 EDT
Chicago Eclipse Select v Phoenix Inferno
Sylvan Lake Park Field C, Sanford, Florida

24 July 2012
9:30 EDT
New York Athletic Club v Houston Challengers
Sylvan Lake Park Field D, Sanford, Florida

Final[edit]


26 July 2012
10:30 EDT
Chicago Eclipse Select 3 - 1 NYAC
Sylvan Lake Park Field C, Sanford, Florida

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2009 National Cup Champions Announced". USASA. July 2009. Retrieved 26 January 2013. 
  2. ^ Dure, Beau (19 June 2012). "U.S. Women’s Open Cup 2012: Quest for results!". Sports Myriad. Retrieved 28 January 2013. 
  3. ^ "UNITED STATES NATIONAL CUP FINALS 2009 Game Schedule" (pdf). USASA. Retrieved 25 January 2013.