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Chicago Earns Third Consecutive Trip to NCAA Championship

Chicago Earns Third Consecutive Trip to NCAA Championship

From University of Chicago Athletics

The University of Chicago women's soccer team heard its name called as a NCAA Division III Championship selection for the third consecutive year on Monday afternoon.

The No. 19-ranked Maroons will face off with Sewanee in the first round at 1:30 PM (ET) on Saturday, Nov. 14. Thomas More College (17-0-2) will be the host for the four-team regional and take on Piedmont College (20-1-1) at 11:00 AM (ET) on Saturday. The winners play each other on Sunday at 1:00 PM (ET).

#19 UChicago vs. Sewanee

  • DATE/TIME: Saturday, November 14 at 1:30 PM (ET) – Crestview Hills, Ky.
  • LINKS: TBD
  • SEASON RECORDS: UChicago 12-6-0 overall, 4-3-0 UAA / Sewanee 11-3-3 overall, 6-0-1 SAA
  • ALL-TIME SERIES: First meeting
  • UCHICAGO RECENT RESULTS: L 2-0 vs. Washington University-St. Louis (Nov. 7) / L 4-1 vs. Carnegie Mellon University (Nov. 1)
  • SEWANEE RECENT RESULTS: T 1-1 (3-4 on PKs) vs. Rhodes College (Nov. 6) / W 11-1 vs. Millsaps College (Oct. 31)
  • UCHICAGO NOTES: This selection marks UChicago's 15th NCAA postseason berth in the past 20 years. Last year's squad made it to the Round of 16 … In 18 games this year, the Maroons faced seven teams that were nationally ranked at the time of the match … UChicago regular season category leaders are sophomore forward Mia Calamari (14 assists, 18 points), sophomore forward Kelsey Moore (7 goals) and freshman goalkeeper Piper Mik (8 shutouts). Calamari owns the two highest single-season assist marks and third-highest career assist total in school history. Mik sits at 10th place in single-season shutouts and already holds eighth place in career shutouts.
  • SEWANEE NOTES: After a 2-3-2 start to the year, the Tigers finished the regular season with a 9-0-1 stretch that included a perfect October … This is Sewanee's first appearance in the NCAA Championship since the program began in 1981 … Head Coach Patrick Johnston was named SAA Coach of the Year and freshman Erin Gill was named SAA Newcomer of the Year. Gill, junior Junior Elizabeth Eidson, sophomore Mary Frank, and junior Tyler Edell were named to the All-SAA First Team … Edell and junior Katie Morrison lead the team with eight goals apiece.