1992 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship

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1992 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship
Country USA
Teams 28
Champions Virginia (3rd title)
Runners-up San Diego (1st title game)
Matches played 27
Goals scored 82 (3.04 per match)
Attendance 52,191 (1,933 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Guillermo Jara, San Diego (3)

The 1992 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship was the 33rd organized men's college soccer tournament by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, to determine the top college soccer team in the United States. The Virginia Cavaliers won their third national title, and second straight, by defeating the San Diego Toreros in the championship game, 2-0. The final match was played on December 6, 1992, in Davidson, North Carolina, at Richardson Stadium. All the other games were played at the home field of the higher seeded team.[1][2]

Early rounds[edit]

  First round Second round Third round Semifinals Championship
Richardson Stadium
Davidson, North Carolina
                                               
       
    Virginia (4OT) 4  
      Penn State 1  
  Adelphi 1
  Penn State 2  
    Virginia 3  
    Dartmouth 0  
  Hartford 0  
  Seton Hall 2  
    Seton Hall 3
      Dartmouth 4  
  St. John's (NY) 0
  Dartmouth 1  
    Virginia 3  
    Duke 0  
       
       
    Creighton 0
      SMU 1  
  Air Force 1
  SMU 4  
    SMU 0
    Duke (pen.) 0  
  Bowling Green 1  
  Saint Louis 2  
    Saint Louis 3
      Duke 4  
  James Madison 0
  Duke 3  
    Virginia 2
    San Diego 0


       
    NC State 3  
      William & Mary 2  
  West Virginia 0
  William & Mary 2  
    NC State 0  
    Davidson (OT) 1  
  Davidson (pen.) 2  
  Charlotte 2  
    Davidson (pen.) 0
      Coastal Carolina 0  
  Coastal Carolina 2
  South Carolina 0  
    Davidson 2
    San Diego (OT) 3  
       
       
    UCLA 1
      San Diego 2  
  Stanford 0
  San Diego 3  
    San Diego 2
    Indiana 0  
  Indiana 4  
  Evansville 1  
    Indiana 2
      Washington 0  
  Washington 2
  Portland 1  

Final[edit]

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