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NCAA.com | July 7, 2017

When is the 2017 women's College Cup?

2016 DI Women's Soccer: USC wins the National Championship

The 2017 Women's College Cup will be played on Dec. 1 and 3 at Orlando City Stadium in Orlando, Florida.

The semifinals are set for that first date while the title game will then be held on the latter date to determine the 36th national champion in Women's College Cup history.

Sixty-four teams, including 31 auto-bids for conference champions, will be selected for the 2017 Division I women's soccer tournament on Nov. 6. Four rounds at non-predetermined campus sites will then narrow the field to four, who will then participate in the College Cup in Orlando.

Here are the dates to know for the 2017 tournament:

ROUND DATE
Selection Show Nov. 6, 2017
First Round Nov. 10, 11 or 12, 2017
Second & Third Rounds Nov. 17 & 19, 2017
Quarterfinals Nov. 24 or 25, 2017
College Cup Dec. 1 & 3, 2017

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Southern California captured its second national title in program history with a 3-1 victory over West Virginia in last year's College Cup finals.

 

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