2011 National Women's Cup

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2011 USASA National Women's Cup
Country  United States
Champions J.B. Marine S.C.
Runners-up Sparta United WSC

The 2011 USASA National Women's Cup was the 16th edition of the annual national soccer championship, won by the St. Louis powerhouse J.B. Marine S.C. in an overimte 2-1 victory over Sparta United WSC of Salt Lake City. This was J.B. Marine's sixth title[1] over all competitions.

Regional Phase[edit]


Region I[edit]


  Regional Quarterfinal     Regional Semifinals     Regional Final
         ASA Chesapeake Charge 2  
   Vereinigung Erzgebirge 3      New York Athletic Club 1    
   ASA Chesapeake Charge 6          Peninsula Aztecs 0
       ASA Chesapeake Charge 1
         PA West United 0    
         Peninsula Aztecs 1  

Region II[edit]

J.B. Marine S.C. qualified by winning a four-team playoff series after finishing fourth in group play after St. Louis Scott Gallagher, the Croatian Eagles, and the Kansas Dynahawks.

Region III[edit]

The Triad United Aces beat the AFC Aces in the final of the Region III playoffs; losing semifinalists were the Central SC Cobras and FC Austin.

Region IV[edit]

National Finals[edit]


Semifinals Final
ASA Chesapeake Charge 0
J.B. Marine S.C. 2
J.B. Marine S.C. 2
Sparta United WSC 1
Triad United Aces 0
Sparta United WSC 3


15 July 2012
Triad United Aces 0 - 3 Sparta United WSC
Goal 12'
Goal 72'
Goal 76'
Lovers Lane Soccer Complex, Bowling Green, Kentucky


17 July 2011
J.B. Marine S.C. 2 - 1 (OT) Sparta United WSC
Goal 69' Jaskowiak
Goal 103' Crabtree
Goal 18' Nicolaides
Lovers Lane Soccer Complex, Bowling Green, Kentucky


  1. ^ "National Championship Number Six!". J.B. Marine S.C. 2 January 2013. 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. ^ "Regional Cups 2011 - Women's Cup - Region 1". USASA. Retrieved 28 January 2013. 
  4. ^ "2011 National Cup Finals Wrap-Up, NY Pancyprian Freedom and Eagles SC Defend Titles". USASA. July 2011. Retrieved 26 January 2013.