NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championship

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NCAA Women's Division III Soccer Championship
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Founded 1986
Number of teams 64
Current champions Messiah (5)
Most successful club(s) UCSD
Messiah (5)
Television broadcasters ESPNU
Website NCAA.com

The NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championship is an American intercollegiate college soccer tournament conducted by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and determines the Division III women's national champion. The Division III Championship was separated from the scholarship-awarding programs in 1986. The current champions are the Messiah Falcons.[1]

Champions[edit]

Year Winner Score Opponent
1986 Rochester 1–0 Plymouth State
1987 Rochester 1–0 William Smith
1988 William Smith 1–0 UCSD
1989 UCSD 3–2 (3 OT) Ithaca
1990 Ithaca 1–0 (4 OT) Cortland State
1991 Ithaca 2–0 Rochester
1992 Cortland State 1–0 UMass Dartmouth
1993 Trenton State[2] 4–0 Plymouth State
1994 Trenton State[2] 4–3 (3 OT) UCSD
1995 UCSD 3–0 Methodist
1996 UCSD 2–1 College of NJ
1997 UCSD 1–0 William Smith
1998 Macalester 1–0 (4 OT) College of NJ
1999 UCSD 1–0 Macalester
2000 College of NJ 2–1 Tufts
2001 Ohio Wesleyan 1–0 Amherst
2002 Ohio Wesleyan 1–0 Messiah
2003 SUNY Oneonta 2–1 (OT) Chicago
2004 Wheaton (IL) 1–1 (aet, 5–4 pen) Puget Sound
2005 Messiah 1–0 College of NJ
2006 Wheaton (IL) 2–0 College of NJ
2007 Wheaton (IL) 1–0 Messiah
2008 Messiah 5–0 Wheaton (IL)
2009 Messiah 1–0 Washington (MO)
2010 Hardin–Simmons 2–1 Messiah
2011 Messiah 3–1 Wheaton (IL)
2012 Messiah 1-0 Emory
2013 William Smith 2-0 Trinity (TX)

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ [1][dead link]
  2. ^ a b Trenton State became The College of New Jersey in 1996.

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