11/3 Women's Soccer Bracketology Breakdown

Duke Women's College Soccer

Last Four In: South Florida, Alabama, Illinois, Auburn

First Four Out: Boston College, Arkansas, Oklahoma, St. John’s

The Pac-12 and SEC have established themselves as the two conferences that should get the most berths in the NCAA Tournament. Boston College is going to be a fascinating team to watch out of the ACC as they have a winning overall record but finished in 10th place in a weaker than normal middle part of the ACC. Oklahoma and Texas need to get another result in the Big 12 Tournament in order to get back into the field, especially if the bubble teams from the SEC have rough outings in the SEC Tournament. Keep an eye on St. John’s in the Big East Tournament. If they can get to the conference tournament final they should be able to play their way into the field as well.


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ACC: Clemson, Florida State, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Virginia, Virginia Tech

American: UCF, South Florida

Big East: DePaul, Georgetown

Big 12: Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, West Virginia, Kansas

Big Ten: Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan, Rutgers, Penn State, Wisconsin

Pac-12: California, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Washington, Washington State, Arizona State, Arizona, Colorado

SEC: Florida, Georgia, Missouri, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Kentucky, Alabama, Auburn

A-10: LaSalle

America East: Hartford

A-Sun: Florida Gulf Coast

Big Sky: Montana

Big South: Liberty

Big West: Cal State Fullerton

CAA: Northeastern

C-USA: North Texas

Horizon: Valparaiso

Ivy League: Harvard

MAAC: Monmouth

MAC: Buffalo

MVC: Illinois State

MWC: San Diego State

NEC: Farleigh Dickinson

OVC: Southeast Missouri

Patriot: Colgate

Southern: Samford

Southland: Stephen F. Austin

Summit: South Dakota State

Sun Belt: South Alabama

SWAC: Prairie View A&M

WAC: Seattle

WCC: Santa Clara, Pepperdine, Brigham Young


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