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Eric Vander Voort | NCAA.com | December 11, 2016

Stanford wins College Cup in penalties

DI Men's Soccer: Stanford wins the College Cup Championship

HOUSTON — Stanford won the 2016 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer national championship on Friday with a penalty kick victory following a scoreless draw vs. Wake Forest. Keeper Andrew Epstein came up with two huge saves on Wake's final two PK attempts to seal the win. It is the second consecutive national title for the Cardinal. See below for more coverage from BBVA Compass Stadium.

Interactive Bracket | Scoreboard

Semifinals (Friday, Dec. 9)
No. 2 Wake Forest 2, No. 6 Denver 1 (2OT) | GameCenter | Highlights
No. 5 Stanford 0, No. 9 UNC 0 (2OT, Stanford wins PKs 10-9) | GameCenter | Highlights

Championship game (Sunday, Dec. 11)
Stanford 0, Wake Forest 0 (Stanford wins 5-4 in PKs) | GameCenter | Highlights

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