The 2022 NCAA Division I Men’s College Cup is set to take place December 8-12 in Cary, North Carolina. Last season, Clemson defeated Washington 2-0 to win the men’s title.
As of today, there are two colleges from North Carolina still fighting for the Championship: UNC Greensboro and Duke. They are playing the ELITE 8 round facing lower seeds colleges in the bracket:
- Duke versus Creighton (Durham, December 3, 2022 1pm)
- UNC Greensboro versus Indiana (Greensboro, December 3, 2022 5pm)
Here’s a quick look at the 2022 College Cup semifinals and national championship:
How does the College Cup work?
The College Cup is comprised of the two semifinal games and championship game of the Division I Men’s soccer championship tournament.
There are 203 men’s soccer teams in Division I.
Of the 203, 48 will make the championship tournament field and will compete in a single elimination tournament. Automatic qualification will be granted to all 24 conference champions; the rest of the field is selected at-large by the NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Committee. The teams will be seeded so that 16 of the 48 teams will receive a First Round bye and automatically advance to the Second Round.