2013 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship

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2013 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship
CountryUSA
Teams48
ChampionsNotre Dame
Runners-upMaryland
Matches played47
Goals scored122 (2.6 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Patrick Hodan
Patrick Mullins
(5 goals)
 
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2013 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship
CountryUSA
Teams48
ChampionsNotre Dame
Runners-upMaryland
Matches played47
Goals scored122 (2.6 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Patrick Hodan
Patrick Mullins
(5 goals)

The 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship was the 55th edition of the tournament under its present format. The four team College Cup finals tournament was held at PPL Park in Chester, Pennsylvania on December 13 and 15, 2013. On December 15, Notre Dame defeated Maryland 2–1 to win its first national title.

Qualified Teams[edit]

A total of 48 teams will qualify into the tournament proper, either automatically, or through an at-large bid that is determined by a selection committee. Each conference that field varsity soccer teams are admitted one automatic berth into the tournament. Depending on the conference, that automatic berth is either given the champions of the regular season, or the tournament that culminates the regular season. Twenty-two teams earn automatic bids into the tournament, while 26 enter through an at-large bid.

Format[edit]

Like previous editions of the NCAA Division I Tournament, the tournament will feature 48 participants out of a possible field of 198 teams. Of the 48 berths, 22 are allocated to the conference tournament or regular season winners. The remaining 26 berths are supposed to be determined through an at-large process based upon teams' Ratings Percentage Index (RPI) that did not win their conference tournament.

The NCAA Selection Committee also names the top sixteen seeds for the tournament, with those teams receiving an automatic bye into the second round of the tournament. The remaining 32 teams play in a single-elimination match in the first round of the tournament for the right to play a seeded team in the second round.

Seeded teams[edit]

Seeded teams
SeedSchoolConferenceRecordBerth typeNSCAA Ranking[1]RPI Ranking[2]
1UCLAPac-1211–3–4At-Large
1
1
2WashingtonPac-1214–1–4Regular season winner[A]
2
2
3Notre DameACC12–1–6At-large
3
3
4CaliforniaPac-1212–4–2At-large
6
7
5MarylandACC13–3–5Tournament winner
4
4
6GeorgetownBig East13–4–2At-large
8
6
7New MexicoC-USA11–5–2At-large
25
11
8VirginiaACC10–5–5At-large
9
9
9MarquetteBig East12–5–2Tournament winner
11
8
10UC Santa BarbaraBig West12–5–3At-large
15
10
11Michigan StateBig Ten12–5–3At-large
14
12
12UC IrvineBig West14–4–2Tournament winner
13
13
13CharlotteConference USA12–5–3Tournament winner
23
14
14Wake ForestACC9–5–5At-large
12
16
15CSU NorthridgeBig West15–6–1At-large
20
15
16UMBCAmerica East16–1–2Tournament winner
5
5

Schedule[edit]

RoundDate
First roundNovember 21, 2013
Second roundNovember 24, 2013
Third roundDecember 1, 2013
QuarterfinalsDecember 6–7, 2013
College Cup: SemifinalsDecember 13, 2013
College Cup FinalDecember 15, 2013

Bracket[edit]

Regional 1[edit]

 First roundSecond roundThird roundQuarterfinals
                   
  Elon1(4) 
  Clemson1(1) 
   Elon0 
  1 UCLA4 
    
     
 1 UCLA3(4) 
   Connecticut3(5) 
     
     
 16 UMBC2(2)
    Connecticut2(4) 
  Connecticut2
  Quinnipiac1 
   Connecticut1
 8 Virginia2
  Akron3 
  Indiana2 
   Akron0
  9 Marquette (OT)1 
    
     
 9 Marquette1
 8 Virginia3 
     
     
 8 Virginia2
    St. John's0 
  Delaware1
  St. John's (OT)2 

Regional 2[edit]

 First roundSecond roundThird roundQuarterfinals
                   
  Penn1(1) 
  Providence1(3) 
   Providence1 
  5 Maryland3 
    
     
 5 Maryland1 
 12 UC Irvine0 
     
     
 12 UC Irvine1
    North Carolina0 
  North Carolina1
  South Florida0 
 5 Maryland2
 4 California1
  Coastal Carolina2 
  East Tennessee St.0 
   Coastal Carolina1
  13 Charlotte0 
    
     
   Coastal Carolina0
 4 California1 
     
     
 4 California3
    Bradley1 
  Northwestern2
  Bradley (OT)3 

Regional 3[edit]

 First roundSecond roundThird roundQuarterfinals
                   
  Wisconsin1 
  Milwaukee0 
   Wisconsin0 
  3 Notre Dame4 
    
     
 3 Notre Dame4 
 14 Wake Forest2 
     
     
 14 Wake Forest2
    Navy1 
  VCU0
  Navy3 
 3 Notre Dame2
 11 Michigan State1
  Louisville0(3) 
  Denver0(2) 
   Louisville0
  11 Michigan State (OT)1 
    
     
 11 Michigan State1
 6 Georgetown0 
     
     
 6 Georgetown3
    Old Dominion0 
  Old Dominion5
  Drexel1 

Regional 4[edit]

 First roundSecond roundThird roundQuarterfinals
                   
  William & Mary2(2) 
  George Mason2(4) 
   George Mason0 
  7 New Mexico1 
    
     
 7 New Mexico2 
   Penn State0 
     
     
 10 UC Santa Barbara0
    Penn State1 
  Penn State1
  St. Francis Brooklyn0 
 7 New Mexico1
 2 Washington0
  Stanford1(3) 
  Loyola Marymount1(2) 
   Stanford1
  15 CSU Northridge0 
    
     
   Stanford0
 2 Washington1 
     
     
 2 Washington4
    Seattle2 
  Creighton1
  Seattle2 

College Cup – PPL Park, Chester, Pennsylvania[edit]

National Semifinals
December 13
National Championship
December 15
      
8Virginia1
5Maryland2
5Maryland1
3Notre Dame2
3Notre Dame2
7New Mexico0

Results[edit]

First round[edit]

Second round[edit]

Third round[edit]

Quarterfinals[edit]

College Cup[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

Championship[edit]

Statistics[edit]

Goalscorers[edit]

5 goals
  • United States Patrick Mullins – Maryland
  • United States Patrick Hodan – Notre Dame
3 goals
  • United States Wojciech Wojcik – Bradley
  • United States Alec Sundly – California
  • Canada Cyle Larin – Connecticut
  • United States Harrison Shipp – Notre Dame
2 goals
  • Costa Rica Reinaldo Brenes – Akron
  • Senegal Mamadou Doudou Diouf – Connecticut
  • United States Michael Sauers – Maryland
  • United States Geoff Fries – Navy
  • United States Evan Panken – Notre Dame
  • United States Tim Hopkinson – Old Dominion
  • United States Miguel Gonzalez – Seattle
  • United States Victor Chavez – UCLA
  • Germany Leo Stolz – UCLA
  • United States Todd Wharton – Virginia
  • United States Ryan Zinkhan – Virginia
1 goal
  • United States Aodhan Quinn – Akron
  • United States Scott Davis – Bradley
  • United States Steve Birnbaum – California
  • United States Stefano Bonomo – California
  • Brazil Thales Moreno – Clemson
  • Canada Sergio Camargo – Coastal Carolina
  • United States Ricky Garbanzo – Coastal Carolina
  • Czech Republic Jakub Štourač – Coastal Carolina
  • Canada Kwame Awuah – Connecticut
  • United States Kareem Morad – Connecticut
  • United States Nicholas Zuniga – Connecticut
  • England Sonny Makh – Creighton
  • Spain Guillermo Delgado – Delaware
  • United States Jared Girard – Drexel
  • United States Jason Waterman – Elon
  • United States Bakie Goodman – Georgetown
  • United States Alex Muyl – Georgetown
  • United States Cole Seiler – Georgetown
  • United States Timi Mulgrew – George Mason
  • United States Wes Sever – George Mason
  • United States Jacob Bushue – Indiana
  • United States Dylan Lax – Indiana
  • United States Adrien Perez – Loyola Marymount
  • United States Coco Navarro – Marquette
  • Ghana James Nortey – Marquette
  • United States Jake Pace – Maryland
  • United States Alex Shinsky – Maryland
  • Canada Jay Chapman – Michigan State
  • United States Tim Kreutz – Michigan State
  • United States Adam Montague – Michigan State
  • United States Jamie Dubyoski – Navy
  • United States Martin Sanchez – Navy
  • Jamaica Oniel Fisher – New Mexico
  • United States Riley McGovern – New Mexico
  • Canada Ben McKendry – New Mexico
  • Sierra Leone James Rogers – New Mexico
  • Jamaica Omar Holness – North Carolina
  • New Zealand Nikko Boxall – Northwestern
  • United States Grant Wilson – Northwestern
  • United States Leon Brown – Notre Dame
  • United States Vince Cicciarelli – Notre Dame
  • United States Andrew O'Malley – Notre Dame
  • United States Jesse Miralrio – Old Dominion
  • United States Sidney Rivera – Old Dominion
  • United States Cole Stringer – Old Dominion
  • United States Alec Neumann – Penn
  • United States Eli Dennis – Penn State
  • United States Connor Maloney – Penn State
  • Australia Simon Hinde – Quinnipiac
  • United States Wilder Arboleda – Providence
  • England Phil Towler – Providence
  • United States Chase Hanson – Seattle
  • United States Michael Roberts – Seattle
  • Brazil Gabriel Camara – St. John's
  • United States Jordan Rouse – St. John's
  • United States Zach Batteer – Stanford
  • United States Matt Taylor – Stanford
  • United States Christopher Santana – UC Irvine
  • United States Aaron Simmons – UCLA
  • United States Joe Sofia – UCLA
  • Germany Felix Vobejda – UCLA
  • United States Geaton Caltabiano – UMBC
  • United States Paul Caringi – UMBC
  • United States Jordan Allen – Virginia
  • United States Eric Bird – Virginia
  • United States Darius Madison – Virginia
  • United States Scott Thomsen – Virginia
  • United States Michael Gamble – Wake Forest
  • United States Ricky Greensfelder – Wake Forest
  • United States Tolani Ibikunle – Wake Forest
  • United States Sean Okoli – Wake Forest
  • Canada Josh Heard – Washington
  • United States Darwin Jones – Washington
  • United States Ian Lange – Washington
  • United States Mason Robertson – Washington
  • United States Cristian Roldan – Washington
  • United States Jackson Eskay – William & Mary
  • United States Roshan Patel – William & Mary
  • United States Chris Prince – Wisconsin
Own goals
  • United States Tolani Ibikunle – Wake Forest (playing against Notre Dame)

Footnotes[edit]

:A ^ : Washington qualified automatically to the NCAA Tournament as the Pac-12 Conference regular season champion. There is no Pac-12 Conference Tournament.

References[edit]

External links[edit]