PASS4 in the Collegiate National Championships
We’re now at the business end of the collegiate soccer season. PASS4Soccer will be represented by 51 clients in the National Championships across NCAA, NAIA and NJCAA.
Three teams in NCAA Men’s DI have been ranked among the top 16. Those teams – Clemson (#3), Stanford (#7) and Marshall (#11) – have gained a bye to the Second Round.
Almost half of those clients will be competing in the NCAA Men’s DII Championship. Four teams begin in the First Round, including the match-up between Limestone and Francis Marion.
Wilmington (DE) have four players on their roster, including Lorne Bickley, who is having a season to remember in terms of goal-scoring. Three clients have featured prominently for Queens (NC), whose place in the Championship was confirmed after an ‘at-large’ bid was accepted.
The NCAA Women’s DI Soccer Championship is now entering the Second Round. South Alabama fell to Florida State, which means there are two clients remaining.
Hofstra travel to #1 seed Stanford, who beat Prairie View 15-0 in the First Round. Meanwhile, Kansas beat Iowa 1-0 to set up a Second Round meeting with Xavier.
Meanwhile, the sole representative in the Women’s DII Championship is Concord. There are five clients there and the team are the third seed in the Atlantic Region of the bracket.
Twelve clients playing across NAIA National Championships
In the NAIA Men’s National Championship, there will be clients playing across six teams and this includes the #4 seed Mobile and #6 seed William Carey.
PASS4 will have three clients in the NAIA Women’s Championship, playing for Columbia (Mo.), William Woods (Mo.) and Aquinas.
The NJCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Championship is now at the semi-final stage. After topping Pool B, scoring 10 goals in their two games, Eastern Florida St. are one of the four team remaining.
Three clients were national champions in 2018. James Kirkham, with Barry U, and Anisha Hill and Rebecca Niblet, with Bridgeport.
We’d like to wish all of our clients the very best of luck for their 2019 National Championships.
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