Two Clients Remaining in NCAA National Tournaments
Just a few matches remain across the National Championship tournaments. There is also a distinct possibility that PASS4Soccer could have two more National champions come the end of the weekend.
Three clients achieved the feat in 2018. James Kirkham, with Barry U in the NCAA DII Men’s National Championship, and Anisha Hill and Rebecca Niblet, with Bridgeport.
Andrew Thomas and Stanford booked their place in the College Cup after their win at Clemson. Meanwhile, Adam Robinson and Charleston (WV), and also Assistant Coach Daniel Smee, are in the semi-finals of the NCAA DII Men’s National Championship.
2019 College Cup Semi-Final
3 Georgetown vs 7 Stanford
Stanford are going in search of their fourth National Championship since 2015 and they take on #3 Georgetown in the semi-finals of the College Cup on Friday.
Goalkeeper Thomas has stood out with man-of-the-match performances in two of their games in the national competition.
The Cardinals and Seattle U were tied at 1-1 after overtime and Thomas saved FOUR penalties to send his team through to the next round.
After a 2-1 victory over Virginia Tech, Stanford travelled to Clemson. Thomas saved two penalty kicks – in front of over 3,000 spectators – in the shoot-out as the Cardinals progressed through to the College Cup.
Thomas is having a season to remember for Stanford. The shot-stopper has started in 20 of their 21 games this season and has kept 10 clean-sheets in the process.
The winner of the game between Georgetown and Stanford will take on #1 Virginia or #4 Wake Forest at WakeMed Soccer Park in North Carolina on Sunday.
NCAA DII Men’s National Tournament Final
2 Charleston (WV) vs 1 Cal State LA
PASS4 will be represented by clients on and off the field for Charleston, as they have done during the 2019 season.
Defender Robinson started 22 of the 24 games so far this season and has played a key role in the team keeping 14 clean-sheets in the process.
Charleston had a record of 15-0-1 in the MEC (Mountain East Conference), which won the conference and earned the team a bye to the Second Round of the National Tournament.
The Golden Eagles started with a 5-0 win over Mercy in the Second Round before going on to beat #2 Gannon University 3-0 on the road.
Charleston kept their third straight clean-sheet in the NCAA tournament following a 2-0 win over Franklin Pierce. The team have scored an astonishing 82 goals in total this season.
They’ve secured their place in the Final of the tournament, following a 3-1 win over Lynn on Thursday, and will take on Cal State LA at Highmark Stadium in Pittsburgh on Saturday.
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