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Natalie Bode | | November 8, 2021

Tracking conference tournament schedules, auto bids for the 2021 NCAA women's soccer championship

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The 2021 NCAA Division I women’s soccer tournament is nearly upon us with conference tournaments approaching. We now have all of the automatic bids filled as the 64-team field takes shape.

Out of 64 teams, 28 conference tournament champions qualify automatically, while the remaining three automatic bids go to the Ivy League, Pac-12 and West Coast Conference regular season champions. Brown, UCLA and BYU clinched their respective regular season championships.

An additional 33 teams earn at-large bids as to be determined by the NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Committee. The complete 64-team field will be released at 4:30 p.m. ET on Monday, Nov. 8, during a selection show on

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Tap or click on each conference below to access full brackets and more information about each postseason tournament. As bids are claimed, we will update the table below.

American First round at campus sites Oct. 31, Nov. 4 & 7 Memphis
American East Highest seed hosts Oct. 31, Nov. 4 & 7 Vermont
ACC Cary, NC Oct. 31, Nov. 5 & 7 Florida State
Atlantic 10 Highest seed hosts Oct. 31, Nov. 5 & 7 Saint Louis
Atlantic Sun Nashville, TN & Fort Myers, FL Oct. 29-31, Nov. 6 Lipscomb
Big East Highest seed hosts Oct. 31-Nov. 7 Georgetown
Big Sky Greeley, CO Nov. 3-7 Montana
Big South Highest seed hosts Oct. 30, Nov. 4 & 7 High Point
Big Ten Highest seed hosts Oct. 31, Nov. 4 & 7 Michigan
Big 12 Round Rock, TX Oct. 31, Nov. 4 & 7 TCU
Big West Hosted by regular season champ Nov. 4 & 7 UC Irvine
Colonial Elon, NC Nov. 4 & 7 Hofstra
Conference USA Boca Raton, FL Nov. 1-7 Old Dominion
Horizon League Highest seed hosts Oct. 31-Nov.6 Milwaukee
Ivy League N/A N/A Brown
Metro Atlantic Highest seed hosts Oct. 31, Nov. 4 & 7 Monmouth
Mid American Highest seed hosts Oct. 31, Nov. 4 & 7 Bowling Green
Missouri Valley Highest seed hosts Oct. 31, Nov. 5 & 7 Loyola Chicago
Mountain West Boise, ID Nov. 1-6 New Mexico
Northeast Highest seed hosts Nov. 5 & 7 Central Connecticut State
Ohio Valley Campus sites Oct. 29-Nov.7 SIUE
Pac-12 UCLA Nov. 5 UCLA
Patriot League Highest seed hosts Oct. 31-Nov.7 Bucknell
SEC Orange Beach, AL Oct. 31-Nov.7 Tennessee
Southern Campus sites Oct. 26- Nov. 7 Samford
Southland Corpus Christi, TX Nov. 3-7 Northwestern State
Southwestern Prairie View, TX Nov. 4-7 Prairie View A&M
The Summit League Denver, CO Nov. 4-6 South Dakota State
Sun Belt Foley, AL Nov. 1-7 South Alabama
Western Boise, ID Nov. 1-7 Grand Canyon
West Coast N/A N/A BYU and Santa Clara

Following the bracket reveal on Nov. 8, the 2021 NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship begins on Friday, Nov. 12. From there, four rounds will be played leading up to the College Cup, where semifinals and finals will be held to crown a champion.

The College Cup culminates with the national championship in Santa Clara, California on December 5, 2021 at, 8 p.m. ET.

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