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Spencer Parlier | | December 11, 2019

Stanford beats North Carolina in all-time classic for the 2019 women's College Cup title

Stanford defeats North Carolina 5-4 in penalty kicks for the 2019 title

It took extra time and then some to determine the champions of the 2019 Division I women's soccer season, but after a thrilling and defensively dominated match, Stanford has emerged the winner of this year's College Cup. 

The Cardinal seemed to dominate play throughout regulation and overtime, outshooting North Carolina 21-12 with 14 corners and six shots on goal. The offensive control bled over into the penalty shootout, as Stanford notched 5 conversions to Carolina's 4. 

Stanford's goalkeeper Katie Meyer set the tone early by stopping Carolina's first attempt. The Cardinal star Catarina Macario then took over from there, notching Stanford's first goal of the shootout. 

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The Tar Heels started to regain momentum in the shootout when goalie Claudia Dickey rocketed her PK right down the pipe and then saved Carley Malatskey's PK to level the shootout up at 3-3. 

Meyer then makes the save of her life when she kept the score even at 4-4. It was Kiara Pickett who sealed the deal for the Cardinal to give Stanford the 5-4 edge in PKs. 

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Stanford beats North Carolina for the 2019 College Cup in a 5-4 penalty shootout. All updates below:

College Cup Final | Stanford 0, UNC 0 — End of second OT period

For the first time in NCAA championship history, the College Cup final finishes overtime scoreless. To penalty kicks, UNC and Stanford go. The two overtime periods had a variety of close-calls, but neither defense broke. 

College Cup Final | Stanford 0, UNC 0 — End of first OT period

The Tar Heels and the Cardinal remain scoreless in San Jose after one period of overtime. Stanford continues to be more dominant on the offensive end though, leading the shot score 18-9. 

College Cup Final | Stanford 0, UNC 0 — End of regulation

Stanford and North Carolina end up tied after the end of regulation. This is the first time Stanford has bee shutout at the end of regulation. The first team to score in overtime will win the cup. If they remain scoreless after the two 10-minute periods of extra time, the two teams will face off via penalty kicks. This is the first match that has gone into overtime for Stanford. North Carolina is 1-0-2 in OT. 

College Cup Final | Stanford 0, UNC 0 — 81'

Macario slashing through the North Carolina defense fires one just past the goal. Stanford can taste it, but can't quite convert. 

College Cup Final | Stanford 0, UNC 0 — 75'

Stanford continues to knock on the door, as the Cardinal have racked up 12 shots in the match so far. They have found play through their star Catarina Macario but still haven't found the back of the net. 

College Cup Final | Stanford 0, UNC 0 — 65'

Still scoreless in San Jose, as both teams continue to back and forth. Stanford has now completed its 10th corner kick on the night, compared to UNC's two. The Cardinal also lead in shots 10-6.

College Cup Final | Stanford 0, UNC 0 — 53'

On the counter-attack, Alessia Russo couldn't knock the loose ball into the back of the net for the Tar Heels. Stanford escapes that defensive lapse. 

College Cup Final | Stanford 0, UNC 0 — 50'

Stanford started the second half the way they started the first, attack attack attack. The Cardinal notched their seventh corner kick, with Carolina getting their first and second corner of the match. Still locked 0-0.  

College Cup Final | Stanford 0, UNC 0 — Halftime

North Carolina heads into the locker room with a head full of confidence despite being tied with Stanford 0-0. This is only the third time this season the Cardinal has remained scoreless in the first half. 

College Cup Final | Stanford 0, UNC 0 — 40'

The Cardinal and the Tar Heels continue to go back and forth, as this College Cup final remains scoreless. Stanford seems to be offensively dominant thus far, leading in corner kicks 6-0.

College Cup Final | Stanford 0, UNC 0 — 34'

Stanford's Sophia Smith, who scored a hat-trick versus UCLA in the semi-finals, fires a shot to the lower corner of the goal, but the Tar Heels were saved by their goalkeeper Claudia Dickey. Still locked 0-0.

College Cup Final | Stanford 0, UNC 0 — 30'

The chess match continues between the two squads. The Tar Heels have notched a shot on goal, thanks to Bridgette Andrzejewski. Stanford still leads in shot totals 4-1.

College Cup Final | Stanford 0, UNC 0 — 20'

North Carolina's incremental offense has been a nice response to Stanford's early pressure. The Cardinal are leading in shots 4-0 so far in the College Cup final. 

College Cup Final | Stanford 0, UNC 0 — 10'

Stanford has been off to a fast-paced start, as their attack has caught the Tar Heels by surprise. Although the score is still locked up 0-0, the Cardinal look to be quite dangerous early. 

College Cup Final | Pregame 

North Carolina enters tonight's College Cup final seeking their 22nd national championship. All 21 of their titles have come under the tenure of their legendary head coach Anson Dorrance. Stanford will be seeking its third national title tonight. They are led by defending MAC Hermann award winner and the leading goal-scorer in DI women's soccer, Catarina Macario (32).

Check out the starting lineups for both teams below:

College Cup Semifinal recap 

The Tar Heels advanced on a 2-1 win over Washington State. UNC and WSU came from different soccer backgrounds as the Tar Heels entered the 2019 College Cup having won 21 national championships while Friday marked the Cougars' first College Cup appearance.

Stanford and UCLA met in the second semifinal, a matchup that featured two of the top offenses in both the Pac-12 and Division I. The Bruins were on the board first on a seventh-minute goal by Chloe Castaneda. However, the Cardinal responded with four unanswered scores to win the match 4-1. 

UCLA led for 85 seconds before Sophia Smith equalized with the first of her three goals. Carley Malatskey's tenth tally of the season put Stanford ahead before Smith netted a brace in the 31st minute and ultimately a hat trick in the 52nd. The Cardinal won the rematch of the 2017 College Cup final and now have a chance on Sunday to win a second national title in three years.

2019 NCAA DI women's soccer tournament: Bracket

2019 Women's Soccer Bracket

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2019 NCAA DI women's soccer tournament: Schedule, scores, how to watch

CHAMPIONSHIP (Sunday, Dec. 8)

SEMIFINALS (Friday, Dec. 6) — at Avaya Stadium in San Jose, California

QUARTERFINALS (Friday, Nov. 29)

THIRD ROUND (Sunday, Nov. 24)

    THIRD ROUND (Saturday, Nov. 23)

    THIRD ROUND (Sunday, Nov. 24)

    SECOND ROUND (Friday, Nov. 22)

    SECOND ROUND (Thursday, Nov. 21)

    FIRST ROUND (Friday, Nov. 15)

    FIRST ROUND (Saturday, Nov. 16)

    FIRST ROUND (Sunday, Nov. 17)

    Here is the complete schedule by round:

    NOTE: All times ET

    Round Day Date Time
    FIRST ROUND      
    Clemson 0, Vanderbilt 0 (PKs) Friday Nov. 15 5 p.m.
    Xavier 1, Virginia Tech 0 Friday Nov. 15 5 p.m.
    No. 4 Penn State 3, Stony Brook 1 Friday Nov. 15 6 p.m.
    Louisville 1, Lipscomb 0 Friday Nov. 15 6 p.m.
    Duke 4, Utah 0 Friday Nov. 15 6 p.m.
    No. 3 Wisconsin 1, Milwaukee 0 Friday Nov. 15 6 p.m.
    N.C. State 3, Navy 0 Friday Nov. 15 7 p.m.
    South Florida 4, Florida 2 Friday Nov. 15 7 p.m.
    Central Connecticut State 1, No. 4 Rutgers 0 Friday Nov. 15 7 p.m.
    Michigan 2, Bowling Green 1 Friday Nov. 15 7 p.m.
    No. 3 Arkansas 3, North Texas 0 Friday Nov. 15 7:30 p.m.
    Texas A&M 4, Texas 1 Friday Nov. 15 7:30 p.m.
    No. 4 Texas Tech 2, Pepperdine 2 (PKs) Friday Nov. 15 7:30 p.m.
    No. 2 BYU 5, Boise State 1 Friday Nov. 15 8 p.m.
    Washington State 1, Memphis 0 Friday Nov. 15 8 p.m.
    No. 3 Oklahoma State 1, South Dakota State 0 Friday Nov. 15 8 p.m.
    No. 2 UCLA 4, Lamar 1 Friday Nov. 15 9 p.m.
    No. 1 Stanford 15, Prairie View A&M 0 Friday Nov. 15 10 p.m.
    West Virginia 2, Georgetown 0 Saturday Nov. 16 12 p.m.
    Brown 0, Monmouth 0 (PKs) Saturday Nov. 16 12:30 p.m.
    Hofstra 1, Loyola Chicago 0 Saturday Nov. 16 1 p.m.
    Colorado 6, Northern Colorado 0 Saturday Nov. 16 2 p.m.
    Santa Clara 1, California 0 (OT) Saturday Nov. 16 4 p.m.
    No. 2 Southern Cal 5, CSU Fullerton 1 Saturday Nov. 16 4 p.m.
    No. 1 Florida State 2, South Alabama 0 Saturday Nov. 16 6 p.m.
    No. 1 North Carolina 5, Belmont 0 Saturday Nov. 16 6 p.m.
    No. 2 South Carolina 3, Samford 0 Saturday Nov. 16 6 p.m.
    No. 3 Kansas 1, Iowa 0 Saturday Nov. 16 6 p.m.
    No. 1 Virginia 3, Radford 0 Saturday Nov. 16 7 p.m.
    Arizona 1, TCU 0 Saturday Nov. 16 8 p.m.
    Washington 1, Seattle U 0 Saturday Nov. 16 9 p.m.
    Notre Dame 1, Saint Louis 0 Sunday Nov. 17 1 p.m.
    SECOND ROUND      
    North Carolina State 2, No. 3 Arkansas 1 Thursday Nov. 21 5 p.m.
    No. 2 BYU 4, Louisville 0 Thursday Nov. 21 8 p.m.
    South Florida 2, No. 4 Washington 0    Friday Nov. 22 2 p.m.
    Santa Clara 3, No. 3 Oklahoma State 1 Friday Nov. 22 2 p.m.
    No. 3 Kansas 3, Xavier 0 Friday Nov. 22 3 p.m.
    Michigan 3, No. 4 Texas Tech 2  Friday Nov. 22 3 p.m.
    West Virginia 1, Central Connecticut State 0 Friday Nov. 22 4 p.m.
    No. 2 Southern California 2, Texas A&M 1 Friday Nov. 22 4:30 p.m.
    No. 1 Florida State 2, Brown 0 Friday Nov. 22 5 p.m.
    No. 1 North Carolina 1, Colorado 0 Friday Nov. 22 6 p.m.
    No. 2 South Carolina 1, Notre Dame 0 Friday Nov. 22 6 p.m.
    No. 4 Penn State 4, Arizona 3 (OT) Friday Nov. 22 7 p.m.
    Washington State 3, No. 1 Virginia 2 Friday Nov. 22 7 p.m.
    No. 3 Wisconsin 1, Duke 0 Friday Nov. 22 8 p.m.
    No. 1 Stanford 4, Hofstra 0 Friday Nov. 22 10 p.m.
    No. 2 UCLA 5, Clemson 0 Friday Nov. 22 11 p.m.
    THIRD ROUND      
    No. 2 BYU 3, North Carolina State 0 Saturday Nov. 23 8 p.m.
    No. 1 North Carolina 4, Michigan 0 Sunday Nov. 24 1 p.m.
    No. 1 Florida State 2, South Florida 1 Sunday Nov. 24 1 p.m.
    No. 2 South Carolina 2, No. 3 Kansas 0 Sunday Nov. 24 2 p.m.
    No. 1 Stanford 2, No. 4 Penn State 0 Sunday Nov. 24 4 p.m.
    No. 2 Southern California 1, Santa Clara 0 Sunday Nov. 24 4:30 p.m.
    Washington State 3, West Virginia 0 Sunday Nov. 24 5 p.m.
    No. 2 UCLA 2, No. 3 Wisconsin 0 Sunday Nov. 24 7 p.m.
    No. 2 UCLA 4, No. 1 Florida State 0  Friday Nov. 29 2 p.m.
    No. 1 North Carolina 3, No. 2 Southern California 2 Friday Nov. 29 6 p.m.
    Washington State 1, No. 2 South Carolina 0 (OT) Friday Nov. 29 6 p.m.
    No. 1 Stanford 5, No. 2 BYU 1 Friday Nov. 29 6 p.m.
    No. 1 North Carolina 2, Washington State 1 Friday Dec. 6 7 p.m.
    No. 1 Stanford 4, No. 2 UCLA 1 Friday Dec. 6 9:30 p.m.
    No. 1 Stanford 0, No. 1 North Carolina 0 (5-4) Sunday Dec. 8 8:30 p.m.

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    Bracket Breakdown

    Stanford's region breakdown

    Other teams in Stanford's quadrant of the bracket include Big Ten champion and No. 4 seed Penn State, SEC runner-up No. 3 seed Arkansas and the only undefeated team left in women's college soccer No. 2 seed BYU. 

    The Cardinal finished their season as strong as they could — they won 13 straight matches and finished conference play undefeated in the Pac-12. Stanford will most likely face their first real test in the third round if the Nittany Lions can get there. Penn State started off the season a little slow, including opening the season with a 2-1 loss to Stanford. Now they are a force to be reckoned with, riding a nine-match winning streak with a Big Ten crown on their heads, the Nittany Lions could face a Stanford team led by defending MAC Hermann award winner and the Division I leader in assists Catarina Macario. Macario also leads the country in points (64) with 23 goals and 18 assists. 

    On the opposite side of the region No. 2 seed, BYU will face an early test in Mountain West champion Boise State. It'll be a battle between two top-10 goal scorers in the Elise Flake from BYU (18 goals) and Raimee Sherle from Boise State (16 goals).

    SEC runner-up No. 3 seed Arkansas also sits on that side of the bracket. The Razorbacks are coming off of a 1-0 loss to South Carolina in the SEC championship game, but their reputation as the only team to beat powerhouse North Carolina this year should send shivers down the spine of any opponent they face. 

    Louisville could also make noise in this region. The Cardinals have been ranked as high as No. 12 in the United Soccer coaches rankings this year and could play BYU as early as the second round. 

    Florida State's region breakdown

    Florida State shares its quadrant with No. 2 seed UCLA, No. 3 seed Wisconsin and No. 4 seed Washington. The Seminoles could see a test in Brown in the second round. The Bears emerged as Ivy League champions and sat at No. 17 in the latest edition of the United Soccer Coaches rankings. 

    On UCLA's side of the bracket, the No. 2 seed could see a potential challenger in Lamar in the first round. The Southland champions currently have one of the best weapons in the game of college women's soccer — Esther Okoronkwo. She leads the nation in goals scored (25). The road doesn't get easier for the Bruins, as they'll face either Clemson or Vanderbilt if they make it to the second round. The Tigers and Commodores were at one point threats to make a challenge for their respective conference crowns. 

    Another team to keep an eye on in this region is South Florida. The Bulls are led by Evelyn Viens, who is one of the top-scoring forwards in the game right now. She has 20 goals on the year. USF also just won the AAC, a conference that had No. 8 Memphis' name written all over it throughout the season. 

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    Virginia's region breakdown 

    Virginia, who is fresh off their first loss of the season versus North Carolina in the ACC championship game, might have gotten the toughest draw of any of the other No. 1 seeds. If the Cavs can get past their first-round matchup in Radford, they'll face the winner of Washington State and Memphis. Remember Memphis? The team who was No. 8 in the land prior tho the AAC tournament? The team who was a couple of goals away from potentially being considered for a top-three seed? Yeah, that team might play Virginia as early as the second round. I'm not sure who might need more luck, Memphis or Virginia. 

    On the flip side of the bracket, South Carolina and Kansas sit as the No. 2 and No. 3 seeds respectively. The SEC and Big 12 champions could play each other in the third round but will have to get past a couple of challengers first. The Gamecocks open play up against Southern conference champions Samford, as the Jayhawks face a foe out of the Big Ten in Iowa. With a seemingly simple path for South Carolina and Kansas, Xavier is a team to keep an eye on that side of the bracket, and as a sleeper team in general. The Musketeers are on a seven-match win streak including plowing through the Big East tournament where they shutout both Villanova and Georgetown 2-0. Xavier could meet Kansas in the second round. 

    North Carolina's region breakdown

    North Carolina dethroned No. 1 Virginia in the ACC championship game to give the Hoos their first loss of the season. The Tar Heels are joined by Southern Cal, Oklahoma State and Texas Tech as the No. 2, 3 and 4 seeds respectively. 

    Looking at USC's side of the bracket, they'll face Big West champion Cal State Fullerton before potentially facing either Texas or Texas A&M. The battle between the Aggies and Longhorns is an intriguing one, as both squads were considered to have the talent be key competitors in the respective conferences and nationally. Texas is led by Haley Berg and Julia Grosso who have 25 and 23 points on the season respectively. A&M has Ally Watt and Jimena Lopez a pair of players who complement each other's games. Watt has 15 goals on the season, as Lopez has 13 assists. 

    Other teams who could make some noise in this region are Texas Tech and Oklahoma State. The Red Raiders and Cowgirls were supposed to meet each other in the Big 12 final, but due to late-game heroics by Kansas against Oklahoma State and an upset by TCU over Texas Tech, the two fell short. Looking to bounce back, this pair of 2 and 3 seeds will face a tough road to the College Cup with Southern Cal and North Carolina more than likely waiting for them in their third-round matches.

    CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS: Find out all the teams who automatically qualified for the tournament 

    Selection show and tournament breakdown 

    The NCAA tournament field is made up of 64 teams, with 31 of those teams being automatic qualifiers. Automatic qualifiers obtain their bid by winning their respective conferences. Three AQs are granted to the regular-season champions of the Ivy League, Pac-12 and West Coast Conference since these three conferences don't have tournaments. 

    The other 33 teams who did not win their conference are chosen on an at-large basis by the NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Committee. 

    Below are the conferences that receive automatic bids into the NCAA tournament. Each conference title is linked with a bracket or championship hub for that respective conference. 

    (Note: Most early-round matches will take place at the campus of the higher-seeded team. The sites listed in the table below indicate the sites of the final rounds of play.)

    ACC Cary, NC Nov. 3-10
    America East Highest seed in each round hosts Nov. 3-10
    American Athletic Memphis, TN Nov. 3-10
    Atlantic 10 St. Louis, MO Nov. 3-10
    Atlantic Sun Highest seed in each round hosts Nov. 3-9
    Big 12 Kansas City, MO Nov. 3-10
    Big East Omaha, NE Nov. 3-10
    Big Sky Greeley, CO Nov. 6-10
    Big South Matthews, NC Nov. 1-10
    Big Ten Piscataway, NJ Nov. 3-10
    Big West Fullerton, CA Nov. 7-10
    Colonial Highest seed in each round hosts Nov. 1-9
    Conference USA Denton, TX Nov. 6-10
    Horizon Milwaukee, WI Nov. 4-9
    Ivy No Tournament N/A
    Metro Atlantic Highest seed in each round hosts     Nov. 3-10
    Mid-American Highest seed in each round hosts Nov. 3-10
    Missouri Valley Springfield, MO Nov. 3-10
    Mountain West Boise, ID Nov. 5-9
    Northeast Highest seed in each round hosts     Nov. 8-10
    Ohio Valley Cape Girardeau, MO  Nov. 1-10
    Pac-12 No Tournament N/A
    Patriot Annapolis, MD Nov. 5-10
    SEC Orange Beach, AL Nov. 3-10
    Southern Greensboro, NC Oct. 30-Nov. 10
    Southland Conway, AR Nov. 6-10
    SWAC Praire View, TX Nov. 7-10
    Summit Brookings, SD Nov. 7-9
    Sun Belt Foley, AL Nov. 6-10
    WAC Seattle, WA Nov. 6-10
    West Coast No Tournament N/A

    The 2019 DI women's soccer tournament kicks-off with its first round of play on Friday, Nov. 15, as 32 two-team matches will be played between the 15th and the 17th. The matches will be held at campus sites that aren't predetermined. Winners will advance to the second round.

    Second and third-round action takes place on Friday, Nov. 22, through Sunday, Nov. 24 and is located at eight non-predetermined campus locations. At each site, four teams will compete in a single-elimination second round. Each winning team will advance to the third round, where they will again play a single-elimination match. Winners of third-round games will advance to the national quarterfinals. 

    The quarterfinals will begin Friday, Nov. 29 and run through the 30th. They will be held at four non-predetermined school sites and winners will advance to the 2019 Division I women's soccer College Cup. 

    The College Cup will be held at Avaya Stadium in San Jose, California on Friday, Dec. 6 and Sunday, Dec. 8. It will consist of the four quarterfinal winners. 

    Last year, Florida State took home the cup as they knocked off powerhouse North Carolina 1-0 in Cary, North Carolina. DI women's soccer has produced four different champions over the past four years as parity continues to be a theme of a sport that was so long dominated by the Tar Heels. Below is the complete Division I women's soccer championship history since 1982.

    NCAA Women's Soccer: Champions, Women's College Cup winners

    2019 Stanford (24-1) 0-0 (5-4 PKS) North Carolina San Jose, CA
    2018 Florida State (20-4-3) 1-0 North Carolina Cary, N.C.
    2017 Stanford (23-1-0) 3-2 UCLA Orlando, Fla.
    2016 Southern California (19-4-2) 3-1 West Virginia San Jose, Calif.
    2015 Penn State (22-3-2) 1-0 Duke Cary, N.C.
    2014 Florida State (23-1-1) 1-0 Virginia Boca Raton, Fla.
    2013 UCLA (22-1-3) 1-0 (OT) Florida State Cary, N.C.
    2012 North Carolina (15-5-3) 4-1 Penn State San Diego, Calif.
    2011 Stanford (25-0-1) 1-0 Duke Kennesaw, Ga.
    2010 Notre Dame (21-2-2) 1-0 Stanford Cary, N.C.
    2009 North Carolina (23-3-1) 1-0 Stanford Texas A&M
    2008 North Carolina (25-1-2) 2-1 Notre Dame Cary, N.C.
    2007 Southern California (20-3-2) 2-0 Florida State Texas A&M
    2006 North Carolina (27-1) 2-1 Notre Dame Cary, N.C.
    2005 Portland (23-0-2) 4-0 UCLA Texas A&M
    2004 *Notre Dame (25-1-1) 1-1 (2 ot, pk) UCLA Cary, N.C.
    2003 North Carolina (27-0) 6-0 Connecticut Cary, N.C.
    2002 Portland (20-4-2) 2-1 (2 ot) Santa Clara Austin, Texas
    2001 Santa Clara (23-2) 1-0 North Carolina SMU
    2000 North Carolina (21-3) 2-1 UCLA San Jose State
    1999 North Carolina (24-2) 2-0 Notre Dame San Jose State
    1998 Florida (26-1) 1-0 North Carolina UNC Greensboro
    1997 North Carolina (27-0-1) 2-0 Connecticut UNC Greensboro
    1996 North Carolina (25-1) 1-0 (2 ot) Notre Dame Santa Clara
    1995 Notre Dame (21-2-2) 1-0 (3 ot) Portland North Carolina
    1994 North Carolina (25-1-1) 5-0 Notre Dame Portland
    1993 North Carolina (23-0) 6-0 George Mason North Carolina
    1992 North Carolina (25-0) 9-1 Duke North Carolina
    1991 North Carolina (25-0) 3-1 Wisconsin North Carolina
    1990 North Carolina (24-0) 6-0 Connecticut North Carolina
    1989 North Carolina (24-0-1) 2-0 Colorado College North Carolina State
    1988 North Carolina (18-0-3) 4-1 North Carolina State North Carolina
    1987 North Carolina (23-0-1) 1-0 Massachusetts Massachusetts
    1986 North Carolina (24-0-1) 2-0 Colorado College George Mason
    1985 George Mason (18-2-1) 2-0 North Carolina George Mason
    1984 North Carolina (24-0-1) 2-0 Connecticut North Carolina
    1983 North Carolina (19-1) 4-0 George Mason UCF
    1982 North Carolina (19-2) 2-0 UCF UCF

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