2013 NCAA Division I men's soccer season

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NCAA Division I
Season 2013
Champions Notre Dame
Top goalscorer 19 goals:
Patrick Mullins
Maryland
Biggest home win Pitt 8-0 Howard[1]
(November 5)
Biggest away win FAU 0–6 Charlotte[2]
(October 30)
Howard 0-6 NJIT[3]
(November 10)
Highest scoring 9 goals:
New Mexico 7-2 'Nova
(August 30)
Wofford 4–5 G-Webb
(August 30)
Indiana 4-5 WVU
(September 8)
Delaware 4-5 SHall
(September 11)
Evansville 5-4 EIU
(September 22)
Pitt 9-0 Howard
(November 5)
William & Mary 6-3 UNCW
(November 14)
Highest attendance 12,805
Cal Poly @ UCSB
(November 9)
Lowest attendance 0
Delaware @ St. Peter's
(September 20)*
Manhattan @ St. Peter's
(October 16)*
Neutral Field — Several
* — Official, but probably incorrect
2012
2014

The 2013 NCAA Division I men's soccer season was the 54th season of NCAA championship men's college soccer.[4] There were 203 teams in men's Division I competition.[5] The defending champions were the Indiana Hoosiers who defeated the Georgetown Hoyas in last year's College Cup.[6] The season concluded with Notre Dame defeating Maryland 2-1 to win its first NCAA soccer title.[7]

Changes from 2012[edit]

New programs[edit]

Discontinued programs[edit]

  • Richmond dropped the sport, as well as men's track and field, following the school's decision to add men's lacrosse as a varsity sport.[11]
  • Towson dropped the sport due to budgetary concerns. Plans to cut baseball were delayed after late funding increases.[13]

Programs leaving Division I[edit]

Conference realignment[edit]

School Previous Conference New Conference
Adelphi Independent Northeast-10 Conference (NCAA Division II)
Air Force Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Western Athletic Conference
Boston University America East Conference Patriot League
Butler Atlantic 10 Conference Big East Conference
Charlotte Atlantic 10 Conference Conference USA
Cincinnati Big East Conference (1979–2013) American Athletic Conference
College of Charleston Southern Conference Colonial Athletic Association
Connecticut Big East Conference (1979–2013) American Athletic Conference
Creighton Missouri Valley Conference Big East Conference
CSU Bakersfield Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Western Athletic Conference
Denver Mountain Pacific Sports Federation The Summit League
DePaul Big East Conference (1979–2013) Big East Conference
Florida Atlantic Mid-American Conference Conference USA
George Mason Colonial Athletic Association Atlantic 10 Conference
Georgetown Big East Conference (1979–2013) Big East Conference
Georgia State Colonial Athletic Association Independent
Grand Canyon Pacific West Conference (NCAA Division II) Western Athletic Conference
Houston Baptist Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Western Athletic Conference
Incarnate Word Lone Star Conference (NCAA Division II) Independent
Louisville Big East Conference (1979–2013) American Athletic Conference
Loyola (Chicago) Horizon League Missouri Valley Conference
Loyola (MD) Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Patriot League
Marquette Big East Conference (1979–2013) Big East Conference
Memphis Conference USA American Athletic Conference
Monmouth Northeast Conference Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
New Mexico Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Conference USA
Notre Dame Big East Conference (1979–2013) Atlantic Coast Conference
Oakland The Summit League Horizon League
Old Dominion Colonial Athletic Association Conference USA
Pittsburgh Big East Conference (1979–2013) Atlantic Coast Conference
Providence Big East Conference (1979–2013) Big East Conference
Quinnipiac Northeast Conference Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
Rutgers Big East Conference (1979–2013) American Athletic Conference
St. John's Big East Conference (1979–2013) Big East Conference
San Jose State Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Western Athletic Conference
Seattle Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Western Athletic Conference
Seton Hall Big East Conference (1979–2013) Big East Conference
SMU Conference USA American Athletic Conference
South Florida Big East Conference (1979–2013) American Athletic Conference
Syracuse Big East Conference (1979–2013) Atlantic Coast Conference
Temple Atlantic 10 Conference American Athletic Conference
UCF Conference USA American Athletic Conference
UMass Lowell Northeast-10 Conference (NCAA Division II) America East Conference
UMKC The Summit League Western Athletic Conference
UNLV Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Western Athletic Conference
Villanova Big East Conference (1979–2013) Big East Conference
Xavier Atlantic 10 Conference Big East Conference

Conference changes[edit]

Season overview[edit]

Pre-season polls[edit]

Several American soccer outlets posted their own preseason top 25 rankings of what were believed to be the strongest men's collegiate soccer teams entering 2013.

NSCAA[17]
Rank Team
1 Indiana
2 Maryland
3 Georgetown
4 North Carolina
5 Connecticut
6 Creighton
7 Notre Dame
8 Akron
9 UCLA
10 Louisville
11 New Mexico
12 Marquette
13 Coastal Carolina
14 Tulsa
15 Saint Louis
16 San Diego
17 Wake Forest
18 Brown
19 Northwestern
20 Syracuse
21 Charlotte
22 Cornell
23 Washington
24 VCU
25 Virginia
College Soccer News[18]
Rank Team
1 Indiana
2 Georgetown
3 Maryland
4 Creighton
5 North Carolina
6 Connecticut
7 UCLA
8 Marquette
9 Akron
10 Saint Louis
11 Notre Dame
12 San Diego
13 UC Santa Barbara
14 Virginia
15 Tulsa
16 Northwestern
17 Coastal Carolina
18 Wake Forest
19 Louisville
20 New Mexico
21 St. John's
22 Xavier
23 Washington
24 Charlotte
25 Michigan State
Soccer America[19]
Rank Team
1 Maryland
2 Indiana
3 Georgetown
4 Connecticut
5 Creighton
6 North Carolina
7 Notre Dame
8 Saint Louis
9 New Mexico
10 Marquette
11 Akron
12 Wake Forest
13 UCLA
14 Louisville
15 Coastal Carolina
16 Tulsa
17 Syracuse
18 Charlotte
19 St. John's
20 Virginia
21 San Diego
22 Northwestern
23 UC Santa Barbara
24 Michigan State
25 Xavier
SoccerTimes.com[20]
Rank Team
1 Indiana
2 Maryland
3 Georgetown
4 North Carolina
5 Creighton
6 Connecticut
7 Notre Dame
8 Akron
9 Louisville
10 UCLA
11 New Mexico
12 Marquette
13 Tulsa
14t Saint Louis
14t Wake Forest
16 Coastal Carolina
17 Northwestern
18 San Diego
19 Syracuse
20 Charlotte
21 Brown
22 Washington
23 Virginia
24 St. John's
25 Xavier
Top Drawer Soccer[21]
Rank Team
1 Indiana
2 Maryland
3 Georgetown
4 North Carolina
5 Connecticut
6 New Mexico
7 UCLA
8 Louisville
9 Marquette
10 Creighton
11 Akron
12 Wake Forest
13 Tulsa
14 Virginia
15 Michigan
16 Notre Dame
17 Coastal Carolina
18 Saint Louis
19 Northwestern
20 Stanford
21 Washington
22 Charlotte
23 VCU
24 Syracuse
25 Cornell
College Sports Madness[22]
Rank Team
1 Maryland
2 North Carolina
3 UCLA
4 Indiana
5 Georgetown
6 Creighton
7 Virginia
8 Wake Forest
9 Marquette
10 Notre Dame
11 Connecticut
12 Akron
13 St. Louis
14 Charlotte
15 Michigan
16 Tulsa
17 Northwestern
18 Coastal Carolina
19 New Mexico
20 St. John's
21 Stanford
22 Michigan State
23 Kentucky
24 VCU
25 Louisville

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

2013 America East men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#14 UMBC 5 0 2     16 1 3
New Hampshire 5 2 0     12 5 1
Hartford 4 2 1     13 4 4
Vermont 3 3 1     9 5 4
Albany 3 3 1     6 11 4
Binghamton 1 3 3     3 11 5
Stony Brook 1 5 1     6 10 1
UMass Lowell* 1 5 1     3 14 1
As of December 17, 2013; Rankings from NCSAA
*-Ineligible (In transition)
2013 American Athletic Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#18 Louisville 5 1 2     11 5 4
#9 Connecticut 4 0 4     12 3 8
UCF 4 1 3     8 5 5
Temple 3 1 4     10 4 4
South Florida 2 2 4     8 4 9
Memphis 3 5 0     9 8 1
SMU 2 4 2     3 12 2
Rutgers 2 5 1     7 11 2
Cincinnati 1 7 0     6 12 1
As of December 17, 2013 (UTC); Rankings from NSCAA
2013 Atlantic 10 Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Saint Louis 6 0 2     14 5 2
George Mason 5 0 3     12 3 6
VCU 5 2 1     11 8 2
La Salle 5 2 1     8 8 4
Dayton 4 2 2     14 2 3
Duquesne 4 3 1     9 8 1
Massachusetts 3 5 0     4 14 1
Saint Joseph's 3 5 0     5 8 6
George Washington 2 4 2     5 10 2
St. Bonaventure 2 5 1     8 9 2
Fordham 2 5 1     5 11 1
Rhode Island 0 8 0     2 14 0
As of November 25, 2013; Rankings from NSCAA


2013 ACC men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#1 Notre Dame 7 1 3     17 1 6
#2 Maryland 7 1 3     17 4 5
#11 Wake Forest 6 1 4     10 6 5
North Carolina 4 2 5     9 6 5
Clemson 5 4 2     11 7 3
#3 Virginia 4 3 4     13 6 5
Duke 3 3 5     8 5 6
Boston College 4 6 1     7 9 2
NC State 3 5 3     8 5 4
Syracuse 3 7 1     10 7 1
Virginia Tech 1 5 5     4 8 5
Pittsburgh 0 8 2     1 11 4
As of December 17, 2013 (UTC); Rankings from NSCAA


2013 Atlantic Sun Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Florida Gulf Coast 6 1 1     8 7 2
East Tennessee State 5 2 1     10 6 4
Northern Kentucky* 5 2 1     9 4 6
Lipscomb 4 3 1     9 9 2
Mercer 3 4 1     5 14 1
North Florida 2 4 2     8 7 3
Jacksonville 2 4 2     4 11 3
Stetson 2 4 2     3 10 4
USC Upstate 1 6 1     1 11 2
As of November 21, 2013; Rankings from NSCAA
*-Ineligible (In transition)


2013 Big East men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#10 Georgetown 6 2 1     14 5 2
#12 Marquette 6 2 1     13 6 2
Providence 6 3 0     11 6 4
Xavier 6 3 0     10 6 2
Creighton 4 4 1     9 9 2
Butler 4 5 0     10 8 1
St. John's 3 4 2     11 7 2
Villanova 3 6 0     8 9 1
Seton Hall 3 6 0     7 9 2
DePaul 1 7 1     5 11 2
As of December 17, 2013; Rankings from NCSAA
2013 Big South men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#15 Coastal Carolina 9 1 0     19 5 0
High Point 6 2 2     8 8 3
Longwood 6 3 1     7 9 4
Gardner–Webb 6 4 0     9 8 1
Radford 5 3 2     9 7 4
Campbell 5 4 1     5 10 4
Winthrop 5 5 0     11 7 1
Liberty 5 5 0     11 9 0
UNC Asheville 2 8 0     5 14 0
VMI 2 8 0     3 14 1
Presbyterian 1 9 0     3 15 0
As of December 17, 2013; Rankings from NSCAA
2013 Big Ten men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#16 Penn State 5 1 0     13 6 2
#19 Wisconsin 4 2 0     13 5 2
#7 Michigan State 3 2 1     14 6 3
Michigan 3 3 0     8 7 3
Indiana 2 4 0     8 12 2
Ohio State 1 3 2     5 8 5
Northwestern 1 4 1     10 8 3
As of December 17, 2013 (UTC); Rankings from NSCAA
2013 Big West Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
North
#20 UC Santa Barbara 7 0 3     12 6 3
UC Davis 4 4 2     9 9 3
Cal Poly 3 5 2     10 9 2
Sacramento State 1 8 1     3 11 4
South
#13 UC Irvine 7 2 1     15 5 3
#24 CSU Northridge 5 4 1     15 7 1
UC Riverside 4 5 1     9 8 3
CSU Fullerton 3 6 1     6 11 1
As of December 17, 2013; Rankings from NSCAA
2013 CAA men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Drexel 4 1 2     9 8 4
William & Mary 4 2 1     11 5 3
UNC Wilmington 4 2 1     9 6 2
Delaware 4 3 0     14 5 1
Northeastern 3 3 1     6 9 3
Hofstra 2 3 2     8 7 3
Charleston 2 4 1     4 11 1
James Madison 1 6 0     6 10 1
As of December 17, 2013; Rankings from NSCAA
2013 Conference USA men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#4 New Mexico 7 1 1     14 6 2
Old Dominion 7 2 0     11 6 1
UAB 5 3 1     12 5 1
South Carolina 4 2 3     7 7 5
#23 Charlotte 4 3 2     12 6 3
Tulsa 4 3 2     11 6 3
Kentucky 3 4 2     7 10 3
FIU 2 6 1     6 10 1
Florida Atlantic 1 7 1     7 7 2
Marshall 0 6 3     2 11 6
As of December 17, 2013 (UTC); Rankings from NSCAA
2013 Horizon League men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
UIC 7 0 0     16 4 0
Milwaukee 5 2 0     15 3 2
Oakland 4 2 1     7 7 6
Cleveland State 3 4 0     8 12 0
Wright State 3 4 0     6 11 2
Valparaiso 2 3 2     5 8 5
Green Bay 2 4 1     7 7 3
Detroit 0 7 0     3 11 4
As of November 21, 2013; Rankings from NSCAA
2013 Division I men's soccer independents soccer records
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Georgia State         9 9 1
Incarnate Word*         6 7 1
Belmont         6 10 2
NJIT         7 9 2
Howard         1 17 0
As of November 17, 2013; Rankings from NSCAA
*-In transition
2013 Ivy League men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Penn 5 1 1     8 8 2
Harvard 5 2 0     7 8 2
Princeton 4 2 1     7 9 1
Brown 3 2 2     7 7 3
Yale 2 3 2     4 11 2
Cornell 2 4 1     8 5 4
Columbia 1 3 3     8 6 3
Dartmouth 1 6 0     6 7 4
  • $ – Conference champion
As of November 21, 2013; Rankings from NSCAA
2013 MAAC men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Quinnipiac 7 1 2     9 5 7
Monmouth 7 1 2     8 6 6
Iona 7 2 1     10 6 3
Fairfield 5 3 2     8 5 3
Manhattan 5 3 2     5 10 3
Rider 3 6 1     8 9 1
Canisius 3 6 1     7 9 2
Siena 3 6 1     7 10 1
Niagara 3 6 1     5 12 1
Saint Peter's 2 5 3     4 9 5
Marist 2 8 0     3 15 0
As of November 21, 2013; Rankings from NSCAA
2013 Mid-American Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#17 Akron 5 1 0     17 4 1
Western Michigan 4 1 1     9 9 1
Hartwick 3 2 1     5 9 4
West Virginia 2 2 2     7 7 5
Bowling Green 2 2 2     6 7 6
Buffalo 1 4 1     3 11 4
Northern Illinois 0 5 1     4 13 1
As of December 17, 2013; Rankings from NSCAA
2013 Missouri Valley Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Missouri State 5 1 0     11 5 2
Drake 3 1 2     8 8 4
Bradley 3 2 1     14 7 2
SIU Edwardsville 3 3 0     8 9 2
Loyola Chicago 2 3 1     6 11 2
Evansville 2 4 0     10 8 1
Central Arkansas 0 4 2     4 11 2
Rankings from November 25, 2013NSCAA
2013 Northeast Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Central Connecticut 6 1 0     9 9 1
Saint Francis (PA) 4 2 1     11 4 4
Bryant 4 2 1     7 9 2
St. Francis Brooklyn 4 3 0     12 6 1
Fairleigh Dickinson 2 4 1     9 8 1
LIU Brooklyn 2 4 1     5 10 2
Robert Morris 2 5 0     8 8 2
Sacred Heart 2 5 0     5 13 0
As of November 21, 2013; Rankings from NSCAA
2013 Pacific-12 men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#5 Washington 7 1 2     16 2 4
#8 UCLA 6 1 3     12 3 5
#6 California 6 3 1     14 5 2
#21 Stanford 3 5 2     10 7 4
San Diego State 2 5 2     5 11 2
Oregon State 0 8 2     7 10 2
As of December 17, 2013 (UTC); Rankings from NSCAA
2013 Patriot League men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#25 Navy 9 0 0     16 4 2
Army 6 2 1     12 3 3
Holy Cross 6 3 0     9 9 2
Bucknell 5 3 1     13 7 1
American 4 3 2     7 8 5
Colgate 3 5 1     4 14 2
Boston U. 3 6 0     6 10 1
Lafayette 2 5 2     4 6 8
Loyola (MD) 2 6 1     7 8 2
Lehigh 1 8 0     2 14 1
As of December 17, 2013; Rankings from NSCAA
2013 Southern Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Wofford 5 1 0     11 7 1
#22 Elon 4 2 0     15 5 3
UNC Greensboro 3 2 1     8 9 2
Furman 2 2 2     11 5 2
Georgia Southern 2 4 0     9 10 0
Davidson 2 4 0     8 10 1
Appalachian State 1 4 1     4 7 7
As of December 17, 2013; Rankings from NSCAA
2013 The Summit League men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Denver 6 0 0     13 3 4
Oral Roberts 3 2 1     6 8 4
Omaha* 3 3 0     6 9 1
Western Illinois 3 3 0     6 13 0
IUPUI 2 2 2     2 12 5
Eastern Illinois 1 4 1     1 14 2
IPFW 1 5 0     1 15 1
As of November 21, 2013; Rankings from NSCAA
*-Ineligible (In transition)
2013 West Coast Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Loyola Marymount 9 2 1     13 4 3
Santa Clara 8 4 0     11 9 0
Gonzaga 5 4 3     10 6 3
Saint Mary's 5 5 2     7 9 4
San Francisco 4 7 1     7 11 2
Portland 4 8 0     9 11 0
San Diego 2 7 3     6 10 4
  • $ – Conference champion
As of November 21, 2013; Rankings from NSCAA
2013 Western Athletic Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Seattle 7 0 3     11 9 3
Cal State Bakersfield 6 3 1     9 9 2
UNLV 5 4 1     7 10 2
Air Force 3 2 5     4 11 5
Houston Baptist 4 4 2     9 7 2
UMKC 3 6 1     4 10 4
San Jose State 3 6 1     4 13 4
Grand Canyon* 2 8 0     4 13 1
As of November 25, 2012; Rankings from NSCAA
*-Ineligible (In transition)

Major upsets[edit]

In this list, a "major upset" is defined as a game won by a team ranked 10 or more spots lower or an unranked team that defeats a team ranked #15 or higher.

Date Winner Score Loser
August 30 @ California 2–0 #3 Georgetown
August 30 @ Milwaukee 2–1 #12 Marquette
September 1 @ California 3-2 (ot) #2 Maryland
September 3 UNC Greensboro 1-0 @ #15 Charlotte
September 5 Cal Poly 3-0 @ #6 UCLA
September 6 @ #18 UAB 2-1 (ot) # 8 Indiana
September 6 @ #23 St. John's 2-1 (2ot) #5 Akron
September 7 Butler 1-0 @ #7 Louisville
September 8 West Virginia 5-4 (2ot) @ #8 Indiana
September 8 VCU 3-2 @ #13 Maryland
September 11 @ Evansville 2-1 #6 Saint Louis
September 13 #19 VCU 1-0 @ #7 Akron
September 14 Bradley 1-0 @ #2 Connecticut
September 15 @ William & Mary 3-2 (2ot) #1 Creighton
September 15 ETSU 1-0 @ #8 UAB
September 17 @ #24 Elon 1-0 #9 Wake Forest
September 17 @ Syracuse 1-0 #12 Connecticut
September 19 @ UC Irvine 3-0 #11 UCLA
September 20 Drake 1-0 @ #14 New Mexico
September 21 Coastal Carolina 1-0 @ #8 VCU
September 24 William & Mary 1-0 @ #1 North Carolina
September 28 Old Dominion 2-1 @ #15 Tulsa
October 1 Delaware 1-0 (2 ot) @ #7 UMBC
October 1 @ Fairleigh Dickenson 2-1 (ot) #14 St. John's
October 2 @ #22 Saint Louis 1-0 #4 Creighton
October 2 Bradley 3-2 (ot) @ #5 Northwestern
October 5 Hartwick 2-0 @ #9 Akron
October 5 Providence 1-0 @ #14 St. John's
October 6 Michigan State 3-2 (2ot) @ #5 Northwestern
October 11 UC Santa Barbara 2-1 @ #4 Cal State Northridge
October 12 @ Marquette 1-0 #7 Creighton
October 12 @ Xavier 2-1 #9 Georgetown
October 12 Old Dominion 3-2 (ot) #10 UAB
October 15 @ Michigan 1-0 #12 Creighton
October 19 Villanova 1-0 @ #12 Creighton
October 22 @ Charlotte 3-1 #14 Clemson
October 23 @ Cincinnati 2-0 #6 Louisville
October 23 @ Georgia State 2-0 #11 Furman
October 25 San Diego 1-0 @ #1 California
October 26 #23 Virginia 2-0 @ #2 Notre Dame
October 26 UC Irvine 1-0 @ #5 Cal State Northridge
October 29 @ Elon 2-1 #6 Coastal Carolina
October 29 Georgia Southern 2-1 (ot) @ #14 Furman
October 30 @ New Mexico 4-3 #10 UAB
November 1 North Carolina 1-0 @ #15 Virginia
November 2 @ St. John's 1-0 #5 Georgetown
November 2 @ UNC Asheville 1-0 #6 Coastal Carolina
November 2 @ Ohio State 1-0 (2ot) #9 Penn State
November 2 UC Riverside 1-0 @ #13 Cal State Northridge
November 2 Wofford 2-0 @ #14 Furman
November 3 South Carolina 2-1 @ #10 UAB
November 8 @ DePaul 2–1 #10 Marquette
November 9 @ Rutgers 1-0 #7 Louisville
November 13 @ Stanford 2-1 (ot) #5 California
November 13 Northwestern 2-1 #13 Wisconsin
November 13 @ Charlotte 2-1 #15 UAB
November 15 Providence 0-0 (PKs) #7 Georgetown
November 15 #25 Cal State Northridge 3-2 @ #10 UC Santa Barbara
November 17 South Florida 0-0 (PKs) #11 UConn

Conference regular season and tournament winners[edit]

Conference Regular Season Champion Conference Tournament Tournament
Venue (City)
Tournament Champion
America East UMBC 2013 America East Men's Soccer Tournament Higher seed UMBC
American Athletic Louisville 2013 American Athletic Men's Soccer Tournament Toyota Stadium
(Frisco, TX)
South Florida
Atlantic Coast Notre Dame & Maryland 2013 ACC Men's Soccer Tournament Maryland SoccerPlex
(Boyds, MD)
Maryland
Atlantic 10 Saint Louis 2013 Atlantic 10 Men's Soccer Tournament Baujan Field
(Dayton, OH)
George Mason
Atlantic Sun FGCU 2013 Atlantic Sun Men's Soccer Tournament Higher seed East Tennessee State
Big East Georgetown & Marquette 2013 Big East Men's Soccer Tournament PPL Park
(Chester, PA)
Marquette
Big South Coastal Carolina 2013 Big South Conference Men's Soccer Tournament Bryan Park
(Greensboro, NC)
Coastal Carolina
Big Ten Penn State 2013 Big Ten Conference Men's Soccer Tournament Columbus Crew Stadium
(Columbus, OH)
Indiana
Big West UC Santa Barbara—North
UC Irvine—South
2013 Big West Conference Men's Soccer Tournament Higher seed UC Irvine
Colonial Drexel 2013 CAA Men's Soccer Tournament Vidas Field @ Drexel University
(Philadelphia, PA)
Drexel
Conference USA New Mexico 2013 Conference USA Men's Soccer Tournament Transamerica Field
(Charlotte, NC)
Charlotte
Horizon UIC 2013 Horizon League Men's Soccer Tournament Titan Field
Detroit, MI
Milwaukee
Ivy Penn No tournament
Metro Atlantic Monmouth & Quinnipiac 2013 MAAC Men's Soccer Tournament Tenney Stadium
(Poughkeepsie, NY)
Quinnipiac
Mid-American Akron 2013 MAC Men's Soccer Tournament FirstEnergy Stadium
(Akron, OH)
Akron
Missouri Valley Missouri State 2013 Missouri Valley Conference Men's Soccer Tournament Shea Stadium
(Peoria, IL)
Bradley
Northeast Central Connecticut 2013 Northeast Conference Men's Soccer Tournament The Great Lawn
(West Long Branch, NJ)
St. Francis Brooklyn
Pac-12 Washington No tournament
Patriot Navy 2013 Patriot League Men's Soccer Tournament Riggs Field
(Washington, D.C.)
Navy
Southern Wofford 2013 Southern Conference Men's Soccer Tournament WakeMed Soccer Park
(Cary, NC)
Elon
Summit Denver 2013 The Summit League Men's Soccer Tournament John MacKenzie Alumni Field
(Macomb, IL)
Denver
West Coast Loyola Marymount No tournament
WAC Seattle 2013 Western Athletic Conference Men's Soccer Tournament Air Force Soccer Stadium
{Colorado Springs, CO)
Seattle

Statistics[edit]

Individuals[edit]

GOALS[23]
Rank Scorer School Games Goals
1 United StatesPatrick Mullins Maryland 26 19
2 United StatesDenzel Clarke Gardner-Webb 18 16
IsraelSagi Lev-Ari Cal St. Northridge 23 16
4 SpainGuillermo Delgado Delaware 20 15
United StatesMiguel Gonzalez Seattle 24 15
6 JamaicaNeco Brett Robert Morris 18 14
CanadaCyle Larin UConn 22 14
United StatesMackenzie Pridham Cal Poly 20 14
9 EnglandLaurie Bell Milwaukee 20 13
United StatesKevin Correa St. Francis Brooklyn 19 13
United StatesPete Caringi III UMBC 19 13
United StatesRicky Garbanzo Coastal Carolina 24 13

Last weekly update on December 16, 2013. Source: NCAA.com - Total Goals

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE[24]
Rank Keeper School Games Minutes GA GAA
1 United StatesEric Klenofsky Monmouth 13 1229 3 .220
2 United StatesGavin Snyder Navy 16 1458 6 .370
3 United StatesTrevor Spangenberg Missouri State 18 1735 8 .415
4 United StatesTomas Gomez Georgetown 21 1860 9 .435
5 United StatesWinston Boldt Army 18 1728 10 .521
6 United StatesTravis Worra New Hampshire 12 1139 7 .553
7 United StatesZach Zagorski Cornell 11 1052 7 .599
8 United StatesBrendan Moore North Carolina 20 1930 13 .606
9 EnglandBrentton Muhammad South Florida 20 1029 14 .621
10 United StatesFernando Pina Akron 18 1731 12 .624

Last weekly update on December 16, 2013. Source: NCAA.com - Goals Against Average

ASSISTS[25]
Rank Player School Games Assists
1 United StatesFaik Hajderovic Evansville 19 14
United StatesWojciech Wojcik Bradley 23 14
3 United StatesFranklin Castellanos Iona 19 13
4 BermudaZeiko Lewis Boston College 18 11
United StatesJohn McFarlin Loyola Marymount 18 11
United StatesBilly Padula Wofford 19 11
7 United StatesJeff Adkins Butler 20 10
SpainAdria Beso UConn 23 10
Republic of IrelandLiam Collins Memphis 18 10
United StatesRoss Friedman Harvard 17 10
United StatesMichael Harris Washington 22 10
GermanyJason Plumhoff LaSalle 20 10
United StatesMartin Sanchez Navy 22 10
United StatesHarrison Shipp Notre Dame 24 10

Last weekly update on December 16, 2013. Source: NCAA.com - Total Assists

SAVE PERCENTAGE[26]
Rank Keeper School Games Saves GA Save %
1 United StatesGavin Snyder Navy 16 66 6 .917
2 United StatesEric Klenofsky Monmouth 13 32 3 .914
3 United StatesWinston Boldt Army 18 79 10 .888
4 United StatesTravis Worra New Hampshire 12 53 7 .883
5 United StatesTomas Gomez Georgetown 21 67 9 .882
6 United StatesAlex Ivanov Ohio State 17 110 15 .880
7 United StatesZach Bennett Michigan State 23 120 17 .878
8 United StatesDaniel Valcicak St.Francis (PA) 17 74 12 .860
9 United StatesDan Scheck Temple 18 79 13 .859
10 United StatesMike Lansing Bucknell 17 75 13 .852

Last weekly update on December 16, 2013. Source: NCAA.com - Save pct

TOTAL POINTS[27]
Rank Player School Games Goals Assists Points
1 United StatesPatrick Mullins Maryland 26 19 8 46
2 IsraelSagi Lev-Ari Cal State Northridge 23 16 6 38
3 JamaicaNeco Brett Robert Morris 18 14 8 36
4 SpainGuillermo Delgado Delaware 20 15 5 35
United StatesMiguel Gonzalez Seattle 24 15 5 35
6 United StatesDenzel Clarke Gardner-Webb 18 16 2 34
United StatesHarrison Shipp Notre Dame 24 12 10 34
8 United StatesKevin Correa St. Francis Brooklyn 19 13 6 32
GermanyJason Plumhoff LaSalle 20 11 10 32
10 United StatesFranklin Castellanos Iona 19 9 13 31
CanadaCyle Larin UConn 23 14 3 31
United StatesMackenzie Pridham Cal Poly 23 12 7 31
United StatesJason Waterman Elon 19 9 13 31

Last weekly update on December 16, 2013. Source: NCAA.com - Total Points

TOTAL SAVES[28]
Rank Keeper School Games Saves
1 United StatesJake Feener Seattle 24 161
2 United StatesZach Bennett Michigan State 23 120
3 United StatesNeal Bates Georgia Southern 19 117
4 United StatesJohn McCarthy LaSalle 19 116
5 United StatesAlex Ivanov Ohio State 17 110
6 United StatesDavid Greczek Rutgers 20 108
7 United StatesBrian Billings Bradley 22 107
8 United StatesStefano Frantellizzi Binghamton 19 106
9 United StatesEric Hamilton Howard 17 104
10 United StatesDan Jackson UNC Asheville 18 103

Last weekly update on December 16, 2013. Source: NCAA.com - Total Saves

Teams[edit]

SCORING OFFENSE[29]
Rank School Games Goals Goals/Game
1 UAB 18 43 2.39
2 Delaware 20 45 2.25
3 Wofford 19 42 2.21
4 Dayton 19 41 2.16
5 Winthrop 19 40 2.11
6 St. Louis 21 44 2.10
7 UMBC 20 41 2.05
8 Cal Poly 21 43 2.048
9 Washington 22 45 2.045
8 Maryland 26 53 2.038

Last weekly update on December 16, 2013. Source: NCAA.com - Goals/Game

SCORING DEFENSE (Team Goals Against Average)[30]
Rank School Games Minutes GA Team GAA
1 Missouri St. 18 1735 8 .415
2 Georgetown 21 1952 10 .461
3 Army 18 1728 10 .529
4 New Hampshire 18 1695 11 .584
5 Cornell 17 1643 11 .603
6 North Carolina 20 1930 13 .606
7 Milwaukee 20 1865 13 .626
8 St.Francis (PA) 19 1822 13 .6421
9 South Florida 21 2151 16 .669
10 Temple 18 1733 13 .675

Last weekly update on December 16, 2013. Source: NCAA.com - Team GAA

SHUTOUT PERCENTAGE[31]
Rank School Games Shutouts Shutout %
1 Georgetown 21 14 .667
Army 18 12 .667
3 Missouri State 18 11 .611
4 Michigan State 23 13 .565
5 Furman 18 10 .556
6 Denver 20 11 .550
7 Charlotte 21 11 .524
Hartford 21 11 .524
Quinnipiac 21 11 .524
10 UConn 23 12 .522

Last weekly update on December 16, 2013. Source: NCAA.com - SO Pct

WON-LOST-TIED PERCENTAGE[32]
Rank School Wins Loses Ties W-L-T %
1 UMBC 16 1 3 .875
2 Notre Dame 17 1 6 .833
3 Washington 16 2 4 .818
4 Dayton 14 2 3 .816
5 Milwaukee 15 3 2 .800
UIC 16 4 0 .800
7 Akron 17 4 1 .795
8 Coastal Carolina 19 5 0 .792
9 Navy 16 4 2 .773
10 Army 12 3 3 .750
Denver 13 3 4 .750
Maryland 17 4 5 .750

Last weekly update on December 16, 2013. Source: NCAA.com - Team W-L-T pct

NCAA Tournament[edit]

The College Cup was played at PPL Park in Chester, Pennsylvania on December 13 & 15, 2013.[33] In the semifinals, Notre Dame defeated New Mexico, and Maryland beat Virginia. In the Finals, Notre Dame prevailed 2-1 for its first championship.[7]

National Semifinals
December 13
National Championship
December 15
           
8 Virginia 1
5 Maryland 2
5 Maryland 1
3 Notre Dame 2
3 Notre Dame 2
7 New Mexico 0

Award winners[edit]

Hermann Trophy/National Player of the Year[edit]

The Hermann Trophy for the national men's Player of the Year was awarded by the Missouri Athletic Club and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America to Patrick Mullins of Maryland. Mullins became the fourth man and the seventh player overall to win the trophy in back-to-back years.[34]

NSCAA/Continental Tire Men's NCAA Division I All-America Team[edit]

On December 9, 2013, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America released their All-American teams for the 2011 NCAA Division I men's soccer season. The list included a first, second and third team.[35]

First team

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Jamaica GK Andre Blake (Connecticut)
2 United States DF Steve Birnbaum (California)
3 United States DF A. J. Cochran (Wisconsin)
4 United States DF Taylor Peay (Washington)
5 England MF Laurie Bell (Milwaukee)
6 United States MF Aodhan Quinn (Akron)
7 Germany MF Leo Stolz (UCLA)
8 United States FW Pete Caringi III (UMBC)
9 Israel FW Sagi Lev-Ari (Cal State Northridge)
10 United States FW Patrick Mullins (Maryland)
11 United States FW Harrison Shipp (Notre Dame)
Second team

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 United States GK Winston Boldt (Army)
2 United States DF Omar Ballo (UMBC)
3 United States DF Marco Franco (UC Irvine)
4 United States DF Bryan Gallego (Akron)
5 United States MF Kyle Venter (New Mexico)
6 Spain MF Adria Beso (Connecticut)
7 United States MF Thomas McNamara (Clemson)
8 Brazil MF Pedro Ribeiro (Coastal Carolina)
9 United States FW Brandon Allen (Georgetown)
10 Spain FW Guillermo Delgado (Delaware)
11 England FW Tim Hopkinson (Old Dominion)
12 United States FW Steve Neumann (Georgetown)
Third team

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Germany GK Steffen Kraus (George Mason)
2 United States DF Mayowa Alli (Bucknell)
3 United States DF Grant Van De Castille (Notre Dame)
4 United States DF Joseph Greenspan (Navy)
5 United States DF Sebastian Ibeagha (Duke)
6 United States DF Kevin Cope (Michigan State)
7 United States MF Kadeem Dacres (UMBC)
8 United States MF Eric Bird (Virginia)
9 United States MF Enrique Cardenas (UC Irvine)
10 Costa Rica FW Reinaldo Brenes (Akron)
11 United States FW Kevin Correa (St. Francis Brooklyn)
12 United States FW Robbie Kristo (St. Louis)
13 United States FW Mark Sherrod (Memphis)

See also[edit]

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