Conference USA Men's Soccer Tournament

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C-USA Men's Soccer Tournament
Conference Soccer Championship
CUSA Men's Soccer Tournament Logo.png
C-USA Men's Soccer Tournament Logo
SportCollege soccer
ConferenceConference USA
Number of teams7
FormatSingle-elimination tournament
Current stadiumTransamerica Field
Current locationCharlotte, North Carolina
Played1995–present
Current championKentucky
Most championshipsSaint Louis (6)
TV partner(s)Fox Sports Network, C-USA Digital Network
Official websiteconferenceusa.com

The C-USA Men's Soccer Tournament is the conference championship tournament in soccer for Conference USA (C-USA). The tournament has been held every year since 1995. It is a single-elimination tournament and seeding is based on regular season records. The winner, declared conference champion, receives the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Men's Division I Soccer Championship.

Format[edit]

The top seven (7) teams determined by points following the regular season will qualify for a single-elimination tournament. The top seed will receive a bye. Competition dates are set for Wednesday, Friday and Sunday to allow a day between quarterfinals, semifinals and the championship final.[1]

Champions[edit]

By year[edit]

Year Champion Score Runner-up Venue
1995 Saint Louis 2–0 Charlotte Valley FieldsMilwaukee, WI
1996 USF 2–1 Marquette USF Soccer StadiumTampa, FL
1997 Saint Louis 3–1 (OT) USF USF Soccer StadiumTampa, FL
1998 USF 4–2 Memphis USF Soccer StadiumTampa, FL
1999 UAB 4–0 Saint Louis West Campus FieldBirmingham, AL
2000 Saint Louis 2–1 UAB Hermann StadiumSt. Louis, MO
2001 Saint Louis 2–0 Marquette USF Soccer StadiumTampa, FL
2002 Saint Louis 3–2 Cincinnati Hermann StadiumSt. Louis, MO
2003 Saint Louis 2–2 (5–4 PK) Charlotte Mike Rose Soccer ComplexMemphis, TN
2004 Memphis 3–2 UAB Cardinal Park Stadium • Louisville, KY
2005 South Carolina 1–0 Tulsa Westcott FieldUniversity Park, TX
2006 SMU 2–0 Kentucky Hurricane Soccer & Track StadiumTulsa, OK
2007 Tulsa 3–2 FIU West Campus FieldBirmingham, AL
2008 Tulsa 1–1 (4–2 PK) Kentucky Westcott FieldUniversity Park, TX
2009 Tulsa 3–0 Marshall Hurricane Soccer & Track StadiumTulsa, OK
2010 South Carolina 1–0 (2OT) Tulsa Mike Rose Soccer ComplexMemphis, TN
2011 SMU 2-0 UAB Hurricane Soccer & Track StadiumTulsa, OK
2012 Tulsa 5-0 SMU Regions ParkHoover, AL
2013 Charlotte 1-0 Tulsa Transamerica FieldCharlotte, NC
2014 Old Dominion 2-1 South Carolina ODU Soccer ComplexNorfolk, VA
2015 FIU 1-0 Marshall Transamerica FieldCharlotte, NC
2016 New Mexico 3-0 FIU Veterans Memorial Soccer ComplexHuntington, WV
2017 Old Dominion 1–0 Charlotte ODU Soccer ComplexNorfolk, VA
2018 Kentucky 1-0 Charlotte Transamerica FieldCharlotte, NC

By school[edit]

School Appearances Titles Title Years
Charlotte 13 1 2013
Cincinnati 10 0
DePaul 4 0
Florida International 6 1 2015
Kentucky 13 1 2018
Louisville 8 0
Marquette 7 0
Marshall 8 0
Memphis 12 1 2004
New Mexico 5 1 2016
Old Dominion 5 2 2014, 2017
Saint Louis 10 6 1995, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003
SMU 7 2 2006, 2011
South Carolina 11 2 2005, 2010
Tulsa 8 4 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012
UAB 21 1 1999
Central Florida 5 0
South Florida 9 2 1996, 1998
  • Former members in italics.

NOTE: New Mexico (Mountain West), Kentucky and South Carolina (Southeastern) are Conference USA members of the sport only.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CUSA Record Book" (PDF). 2014 CUSA Men's Soccer Record Book. Conference USA. 2014. Retrieved 28 August 2015.

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