The 2022 NCAA Division I women’s College Cup is set to take place December 2-5 in Cary, North Carolina. Last season, Florida State beat BYU on penalty kicks to win the women’s title.
As of today, there are two colleges from North Carolina still fighting for the Championship: North Carolina and Duke. They are playing the ELITE 8 round facing the top seeds colleges in the bracket, huge challenge for them:
- Duke at Alabama (November 25, 2022 7pm)
- North Carolina at Notre Dame (November 26, 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 women’s soccer championship tournament.
There are 337 women’s soccer teams in Division I.
Of the 337, 64 will made the championship tournament field and are competing in a single-elimination tournament. Automatic qualifications were granted to all 31 conference champions; the rest of the field was selected at-large by the NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Committee.