Stanford Wins 2016 College D1 Championship

Stanford Wins 2016 College D1 Championship

Stanford Wins 2016 College D1 Championship, 0 – 0 after overtime it had to be settled in penalty kicks.

In a nail-biting pk shootout, Stanford was one better taking home the College Cup second year now.

The NCAA Divisions has been recognized as the College Cup of and has been understood as the intercollegiate soccer tournament. As per this tournament, it has been long held dating back in 1959. The tournament had expanded to forty-eight teams wherein Division 1 in the tournament champion is assigned a berth.

Prior to the tournament, it is referenced or called as the College Cup. And, the NCAA is only applicable to championship and semi-final rounds of the tournament proper. Prior to the time that the tournament started, the final and semi-final fixtures have been conducted at a site that is determined by none other than NCAA.

Now, the college soccer championships in 2016 for Division 1 NCAA or D1 rose to popularity. Among those teams that played in part by the men soccer include Maryland, Providence, Clemson, South Carolina, Mercer, Albany, Creighton, Kentucky, Tulsa, Boston College, Kentucky, North Carolina, Denver, Washington, New Mexico, Portland, Dartmouth, St. Francis, Syracuse, Wake Forest, Rider, Virginia, Indiana, Akron, Louisville, Notre Dame, Loyola Chicago, Illinois-Chicago, Michigan State and more.

Nevertheless, the one team that stood out to win the College Cup Championship is Stanford. The Cardinals of Stanford is headed by players Corey Braid, Tanner Beason, Andrew Epstein, Jared Gilbey, Tomas Hillard-Arce. Foster Langsdorf, Bryce Marion, Adam Mosharrafa, Drew Skundrich, Derek Waldeck, Adrian Alabi, Amir Bashti and Sam Werner.

With Wake Forest, the team is consisted of Luis Argudo, Jon Bakero, Hunter Bandy, Brad Dunwell, Logan Gdula, Ian Harkes, Jacori Hayes, Andreu Cases Mundet, Kevin Politz, Sam Raben, Ema Twumasi, Steven Echevarria, Ricky Greensfelder, Bruno Lapa, Hayden Partain.

Division 2 NCAA Winner

Prior to the winner of Division 2 NCAA, it is none other than Wingate that has clearly defeated all other teams of Tampa, Rockhurst, Southern Indiana, Drury, Tiffin, Palm Beach Atlanta, Quincy, Wingate, Fort Hays State, Limestone, Lindenwood, Pleiffer, Lander, Tusculum, Lenoir-Rhyne and more.

Division 3 NCAA Winner

The national championship of Division 3 NCAA is none other than Tufts. It successfully defeated all other teams of Messiah, Centenary (N.J), Rowan, Lehman, Chris.Newport, Calvin, Montclair State, Springfield, Haverford, Merchant Marine, Carnegie Mellon, Kenyon, Frank. & Marsh, Ohio Northern, Trinity Texas, Whitworth, SUNY Cortland, Morrisville State, Scranton, Chapman, John Carroll, Frank. & Marsh., Washington & Lee, Geneva Maryville (Tennessee) and a whole lot more.

The true meaning of college soccer championships has clearly been shown through the combined efforts of the soccer team. The men’s finalists for 2016 and the help of soccer coaches all contributed to the success. Stanford Wins 2016 College D1 Championship, can they win a third straight?

Want to have a laugh, watch this funny youtube on penalty kicks





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