Section I – CS360’s Exclusive NCAA Women's Soccer History Notebook (12/1/14) ...

College Soccer 360 presents …
2014 Division I Women's Soccer
NCAA Tournament History Notebook
(Dec. 1, 2014)  ** SECTION 1 **

By Pete LaFleur (editor@collegesoccer360.com)
note: all research contained below is courtesy of CollegeSoccer360.com 
(please credit accordingly when reprinting or referencing this data) ... 
this historical information will be updated several times throughout the 2014 NCAAs


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SECTION 1 – Top teams of the century and during the past four seasons 
(winningest senior classes) & more
SECTION 2 – Winningest teams in NCAA Tournament history, etc.
SECTION 3 – NCAA College Cup Final Weekend History & Notes
SECTION 4 – NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal History & Notes
SECTION 5 – NCAA Tournament Seeding History & Misc. Notes
SECTION 6 – NCAA Tournament Round-of-16 History & Notes
SECTION 7 – NCAA Tournament Qualification & Early Rounds


SECTION 1 – TOP TEAMS of the CENTURY
& PAST FOUR SEASONS


Winningest Division I Programs of the Century (2000-14)
(records listed are 2000 ... 2001, etc., as of 11/30/14; *prior to 2014 NCAA semifinals)

311-39-20 – NORTH CAROLINA  (.868; 20.7 wins per season)
21-3-0 ... 24-1-0 ... 21-2-4 ... 27-0-0 ... 20-1-2 ... 23-1-1 ... 27-1-0 ... 19-4-1 ... 25-1-2 ... 23-3-1 ... 19-3-2 ... 13-5-2 … 15-5-3 … 20-5-0 … 14-4-2

295-59-18 – NOTRE DAME  (.817; 19.7 wins per season) 
23-1-1 ...17-2-1 ... 13-8-0 ... 20-3-1 ... 25-1-1 ... 22-3-0 ... 25-1-1 ... 19-5-2 ... 26-1-0 ... 21-4-1 ... 21-2-2 ... 10-8-3 … 15-6-2 … 13-8-1 … 14-6-2   

291-46-25 – UCLA  (.838; 19.4 wins per season)
19-4-1 ... 20-3-0 ... 18-4-0 ... 20-2-3 ... 18-7-0
22-2-2 ... 21-4-0 ... 20-2-2 ... 22-1-2 ... 21-3-1
13-8-2 ... 16-1-5 … 18-3-2 … 22-1-3 … 21-1-2

276-68-20 – PENN STATE  (.786; 18.4 wins per season)
22-3-1 ... 21-4-1 ... 19-3-1 ... 19-3-3 ...19-3-1
23-0-2 …18-5-3 ... 18-4-2 ... 16-8-0 ... 13-6-2
11-9-1 ... 21-5-0 …  21-4-2 … 15-7-1 … 20-4-0 

262-56-28 – *STANFORD  (.798; 17.5 wins per season)
14-6-1 ... 15-4-2 ... 21-2-0 ... 10-9-2 ... 13-6-3
10-7-3 ... 15-6-2 ... 15-3-5 ... 22-2-1 ... 25-1-0
23-1-2 ... 23-0-1 … 21-2-1 … 15-6-1 … 20-1-3

NITTANY LIONS #4 – Recent Penn State player Emma Thompson (above) and her 2011 teammates helped push the Penn State program (now 276 wins, from 2000-14) ahead of Portland (now 254) during the 2011 season, into the #4 spot among D-I women's soccer's winningest programs of the 21st century (PSU remains 4th while Stanford, Texas A&M and Florida State all are tied at 262, dropping Portland into 8th, only three wins ahead of Florida).

262-77-24 – *TEXAS A&M  (.755; 17.5 wins per season)  
18-7-0 ... 17-4-1 ... 20-5-1 ... 13-6-3 ... 18-6-0 ... 18-4-2 ... 17-6-1 ... 18-4-2
18-5-1 ... 15-7-3 ... 15-5-3 ... 16-6-2 … 19-5-1 … 18-5-2 … 22-2-2

262-77-28 – *FLORIDA STATE  (.752; 17.5 wins per season)
14-8-2 ... 15-8-1 ... 13-7-3 ... 17-8-1 ... 12-5-3 ... 20-4-1 ... 18-4-4 ... 18-6-317-3-3 ... 19-5-1 ... 16-6-1 ... 18-6-1 … 20-4-0 … 23-2-3 … 22-1-1 

254-59-24 – PORTLAND  (.789; 16.9 wins per season)
18-4-1 ... 19-4-0 ... 18-4-3 ... 18-3-2 ... 19-4-0 ... 23-0-2 ...17-4-3 ... 18-4-0
20-2-0 ... 21-2-0 ... 19-1-2 ... 9-10-2 … 11-5-5 … 17-3-1 … 7-9-3 

251-81-27 – FLORIDA  (.737;  16.7 wins per season)
16-8-0 ... 21-4-1 ... 10-10-2 ...19-4-2 ... 16-4-3 ... 13-6-1 ... 14-6-5 ... 17-5-3
19-4-1 ... 16-6-2 ... 19-2-3 ... 17-8-0 … 19-5-1 … 18-5-1 … 17-4-2   

(note – this list to be expanded after the 2014 season to include more teams, some listed below)

Note: Six of the teams listed above advanced to the 2014 NCAA quarterfinals, those with asterisks plus UCLA, Penn State and Florida (other two listed below, UVa and SC).

Other programs of note ...   
(century win pct., 2000-14; not necessarily national rank … * – 2014 NCAA semifinal team):

234-74-36 – *VIRGINIA  (.733; 15.6 wins per season)
11-8-1 … 17-4-2 … 13-7-2 … 12-5-4 … 17-3-2 … 18-6-1 … 12-8-2 … 13-4-6
15-5-3 … 10-6-6 … 15-5-2 … 17-5-2 … 18-5-1 … 24-1-1 … 22-2-1

221-80-38 – SANTA CLARA  (.708; 14.7 wins per season)
16-7-1 ... 23-2-0 ... 20-5-1 ... 14-4-6 ... 18-5-2 ... 17-5-2 ... 15-5-1 ... 12-6-3
4-11-3 ... 14-7-2 ... 13-7-2 ... 
13-2-6 … 12-4-6 … 16-4-2 … 14-6-0 

173-114-39 – SOUTH CAROLINA  (.591; 11.5 wins per season)
4-16-0 … 8-7-3 … 13-6-2 … 10-8-3 … 8-10-2 … 6-12-0 … 11-6-5 … 14-6-3
11-7-4 … 19-4-2 … 15-6-4 … 16-7-0 … 7-10-4 … 17-4-2 … 14-5-5


Most 20-Win Seasons Since 2001 (14 seasons; 2001-14; as of 11/30/14)

9 – North Carolina  (all but 2007, '10, ’11, ’12 and ‘14)

9 – UCLA  (all but 2002, '04, '10, '11 and '12)

7 – Notre Dame  (2003-06, 2008-10)

7 – Stanford  (2002, 2008-13)

6 – Penn State  (2000-01, 2005, 2011-12, 2014)

6 – Portland  (2001-02, 2004-05, 2008-09)

(Florida State has four, including three straight plus 2005; Virginia and Texas A&M have two)


Winningest Programs of the 1990s 

North Carolina ... 216-7-3  (.962 ... 21.6 wins per season)

Notre Dame ... 196-27-11  (.861 ... 19.6 wins per season)


 

UCLA’s 2014 senior class – with only six losses over the four seasons (77–6–11) – owns the best best career win pct. (.878) among all 2014 DI women’s soccer senior classes. … pictured (standing, from left) Sarah Killion, Caprice Dydasco, Ally Courtnall, Rosie White, Megan Oyster and (kneeling, from left) Abby Dahlkemper, Kylie McCarthy, Katelyn Rowland and Sam Mewis.

(12/1/14) – Perhaps it was only fitting that the seven Division I women’s soccer programs with the winningest senior classes over the past four seasons (2011-14) remained alive in the 2014 NCAA tournament, among the eight quarterfinalist teams. And now, a Fantastic Four collection of senior classes is heading to Boca Raton for the College Cup’s final weekend.  

CollegeSoccer360.com's exclusive tracking of the winningest senior classes/4-year records in Division I women's soccer is updated below. 

All of the senior classes that lead the 2014 semifinal teams have totaled 75-plus career wins, with those four seniors classes combining to go 320–54–23 (.835) during the 2011-14 seasons:

83–14–5 (.838) – Florida State

81–9–6 (.875) – Stanford

81–13–5 (.843) – Virginia

75–18–7 (.785) – Texas A&M

Technically, one senior class that saw its career end in the semifinals (UCLA 77–6–11; .878) still owns the best career win pct. for 2011-14, narrowly ahead of their rivals from Stanford (.875). If Stanford closes with two wins and claims the national title, CS360 will dub it a (fitting) tie between UCLA (.87766) and Stanford (would be 83-9-6; .87755) for best win pct. over past four seasons.

Florida State’s seniors can clinch the top spot in terms of total wins by defeating Stanford in their semifinal showdown, but – prior to Friday’s games in Boca Raton – the Cardinal and Virginia (both two wins behind FSU) still could finish 2014 tied with the Seminoles for the most wins over the past four seasons. 

Each of the top-seven senior classes (all of them 2014 NCAA quartefinal teams) owns their own distinction:
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FLORIDA STATE (83–14–5; .838) has the most wins over the past four seasons and is reached the College Cup final weekend for the fourth straight season. … Individually, attacking midfielder Dagny Brynjarsdottir and center back Kristin Grubka – both four-year starters – received top honors from the ACC, respectively, as 2014 offensive and defensive players of the year.

• STANFORD (81–9–6; .875) trails FSU by only two wins and the current seniors were part of the 2011 NCAA title team as freshmen. The senior group includes several veterans starters: forward Chioma Ubogagu, attacking midfielders Lo’eau LaBonta and Alex Doll, and fifth-year center back Kendall Romine.

• VIRGINIA (81–13–5; .843) also could finish tied for the winningest 2014 senior class, sparked by a 46–3–2 run over the past two seasons and led by possibly the nation’s best attacking midfield duo in Morgan Brian (2013 Hermann Trophy; member of U.S. National Team) and Danielle Colaprico (2014 Academic All-American).

• UCLA (77–6–11; .878) has six fewer wins that FSU but narrowly sits above Stanford (.875) for the best win pct. over the past four seasons (fewer total games than FSU/UVa, due to no Pac-12 tournament), with only six total losses from 2011-14. Before their 2-1 NCAA quarterfinal loss vs. Virginia, the Bruins were riding a 44-game unbeaten streak (39–0–5; 6th-longest in NCAA DI w-soccer history) and nine seniors were among the 11 starters for UCLA (all listed below, scroll down).
– Trivia Sidenote: The six losses by UCLA from 2011-14 (three vs. Stanford): 
10/9/11: 1-4 at Stanford
10/28/12: 1-2 vs. Stanford
11/2/12: 2-3 at USC (OT)
11/23/12: 1-2 at Stanford (NCAA quarterfinal)
9/16/13: 0-1 at North Carolina
11/28/14: 1-2 vs. Virginia

• PENN STATE (77–20–3; .785) totaled the same number of wins over the past four seasons as UCLA, with three 20-win seasons. As sophomores in 2012, the current seniors helped PSU reach the NCAA title game. The senior class was small (five players) but was led by the elite defender duo of Whitney Church and Kori Chapic.

• TEXAS A&M (75–18–7; .785) and FLORIDA (71–22–4; .753) … in nearly any other year, these SEC rivals would be the clearcut highlight for the deepest/most talented senior classes, but that honor of course belongs to UCLA for 2014. Nonetheless, A&M is riding back-to-back SEC Tournament titles and features eight senior starters (listed below) – ranging from all three forwards, the awesome attacking midfield duo of Kelley Monogue and Shea Groom, center back Meghan Streight and 4-year starting ‘keeper Jordan Day. … 

Florida’s group of nine seniors featured five starters, led by two more top attacking midfielders (Gaineseville native Havana Solaun, and Annie Speese), plus both outside backs in Lauren Silver and Tessa Andujar, along with another veteran ‘keeper in two-sport standout Taylor Burke (also an All-America high jumper).

 Here are the winningest senior classes resorted by career games over .500:
+72: Stanford  (81–9–6)
+71: UCLA
+69: Florida State
+68: Virginia 
+57: Texas A&M
+57: Penn State 
+51: Stephen F. Austin 
+48: Florida

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ONWARD & UPWARD – CLICK HERE for release on the 2014 CoSIDA/Capital One Acacemic All-Americans, which includes an assortment of players from teams that have competed in the 2014 NCAAs – led by seven from thequartefinal teams:

2014 First Team Academic All-Americans (seniors from NCAA quarterfinal teams) 
South Carolina – Sabrina D’Angelo (G … Welland, Ontario … 3.68; exer. & sports sci.)
UCLA – Ally Courtnall (D … Westlake Village, CA … 3.41; communication studies)
Texas A&M – Shea Groom (M … Liberty, MO … 3.55l rec., park & tourism sciences)
UCLA – Sam Mewis (M … Hanson, MA … 3.40; English)

2014 Second Team Academic All-Americans (seniors from NCAA quarterfinal teams) 
Virginia – Danielle Colaprico (M … Freehold, NJ … 3.45; psychology)
Stanford – Taylor Uhl (F … Eden Prairie, MN … 3.79; biomechanical engineering)

2014 Third Team Academic All-American (senior from NCAA quarterfinal teams) 
South Carolina – Taylor Leach (D … Marmee, OH … 3.77; exercise science)

(note: GPAs listed are cumulative four-year GPAs)

… Other 2014 Academic All-Americans from teams on the below winningest senior class list:

2014 First Team Academic All-Americans (from winningest senior class list) 
Texas Tech – Jaelene Hinkle (D … Denver, CO … 3.81; human sciences) 
La Salle – Kelsey Haycook (F … Point Pleasant, NJ … 3.79; nutrition)
Seattle – Stephanie Verdoia (F … Salt Lake City, UT … 3.96; political science)

2014 Second Team Academic All-Americans (from winningest senior class list) 
Stephen F. Austin – Morgan Glick (G … Boerne, TX … 3.83; kiniseology)

2014 Third Team Academic All-American (from winningest senior class list) 
Kentucky – Stuart Pope (M … Fayetteville, GA … 3.90; biology)
Virginia Tech – Katie Yensen (M … Falls Church, VA … 3.97; biology)
Illinois State – Rachel Tejada (F … Troy, IL … 3.48; biological sciences)

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Current Four-Year Records in Division I Women's Soccer (top senior classes; 2011-14)
(as of 11/29/14 games; research compiled by CollegeSoccer360.com; 
2011 … '12 ... '13 ... '14)
players listed indicate those who have played their entire careers for the school

all research courtesy of CollegeSoccer360.com (please credit accordingly)
note – shorter version of this list will be added to the right sidebar

 

Florida State’s 2014 senior class – the winningest senior class in 2014 DI women’s soccer (from left): Kristin Grubka, Marta Bakowska-Mathews, Jamia Fields, Hikaru Murakami, Morgan Kennedy (transfer from Oregon State) and Dagny Brynjarsdottir.

(1) ..... 83-14-5  (.838) .... FLORIDA STATE*  
(18-7-1 ... 20-4-0 … 23-2-3 … 22-1-1) 
4th-Year Players:
M #7 Dagny Brynjarsdottir  (Hella, Iceland); 4-yr. starter (attacking mid.)
M #4 Jamia Fields  (Alto Loma, CA);  4-yr. starter (flank mid.)
M #21 Marta Bakowska-Mathews  (Herne Bay, Kent, England); top reserve
M #18 Hikaru Murakami  (Nagoya, Japan); key reserve
D #13 Kristin Grubka  (Melbourne, FL); 4-yr. starter (center back)
– Senior Day: 
2-0 vs. Duke (10–31–14)
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Stanford’s 2014 senior class – led by seveal who helped the Cardinal win the 2011 NCAA title (from left): Lauren Schmidt, Hannah Farr, Taylor Uhl (transfer from Minnesota), Alex Doll, Lo’eau LaBonta, Chioma Ubogagu and Kendall Romine.

(t2) ….. 81–9–6  (.875) ….. STANFORD*  (25-0-1 … 21-2-1 … 15-6-1 … 20-1-3)
4th/5th-Year Players:
F #9 Chioma Ubogagu  (Coppell, TX); 4-yr. starter
F #10 Haley Rosen  (Rolling Hills, CA); key 2014 reserve (5th-yr in 2015)
M #21 Lo’eau  LaBonta  (Rancho Cucamonga, CA); 3-yr. starter (attacking mid.)
M #24 Alex Doll  (Bethesda,MD); 3-yr. starter
M #16 Hannah Farr  (Hillsborough, CA); 2014 part-time starter
D #22 Kendall Romine  (Coto de Caza, CA); 5th-yr.; 3-yr. start center back/inj. '12
D #15 Lauren Schmidt  (San Martin, CA)
– Senior Day: 7-0 vs. Oregon State (11–2–14)
CLICK HERE for notes on Stanford’s 2014 senior class
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Virginia’s 2014 senior class (from left): Kali Torres, Morgan Brian, Danielle Colaprico, Campbell Millar, Mary Morgan and Julie Sroba.

(t2) .…. 81–13–5  (.843) ….. VIRGINIA  (17-5-2 … 18-5-1 … 24-1-1 … 22-2-1)
4th/5th-Year Players:
F #7 Kaili Torres  (Fleming Island, FL);  2014 starter (has 5th-yr. in 2015)
F #21 Mary Morgan  (Norfolk, VA); 5th-yr.
M #24 Danielle Colaprico  (Freehold, NJ): 3-yr. starter (flank mid.)
M #6 Morgan Brian  (St. Simons Island, GA); 4-yr. starter (attacking mid.) 
M #20 Campbell Millar  (McLean, VA); 2014 part-time starter/top reserve
D #22 Julia Sroba  (Manahin-Sabot, VA); has 5th-yr. in 2015
– Senior Day: 6-1 vs. Pittsburgh (11–1–14)
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UCLA’s 2014 senior class – most of them key members of the 2013 NCAA title team (from left): Ally Courtnall, Abby Dahlkemper, Caprice Dydasco, Sarah Killion, Kylie McCarthy, Sam Mewis, Megan Oyster, Katelyn Rowland and Rosie White.

(t4) ... 77–6–11  (.878) .. UCLA*  (16-1-4 … 18-3-2 … 22-1-3 … 21-1-2)
4th-Year Players:
F #13 Rosie White  (Auckland, New Zealand); 3-yr. starter
F #1 Kylie McCarthy  (Rancho Santa Fe, CA); 2014 part-time starter/top reserve
F #77 Courtney Proctor  (Santa Clarita, CA); has 5th yr. in 2015
M #22 Sam Mewis  (Hanson, MA); 4-yr. starter (attacking mid.)
M #16 Sarah Killion  (Ft. Wayne, IN);  4-yr. starter (defensive mid.)
D #3 Caprice Dydasco  (Honolulu, HI); 4-yr. starter (left back)
D #21 Megan Oyster  (Naperville, IL); 2-yr. starter (center back)
D #8 Abby Dahlkemper  (Menlo Park, CA); 4-yr. starter (center back)
D #42 Ally Courtnall  (Westlake Village, CA); 3-yr. starter (right back)
G #0 Katelyn Rowland  (Vacaville, CA); 4-yr. starter
CLICK HERE for Sam Mewis blog entry during UCLA Senior Week
CLICK HERE for notes on UCLA’s 2014 senior class
– Senior Day: 6-0 vs. Arizona (10–17–14)
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Penn State’s 2014 senior class (from left): Kindred Kohne, Kori Chapic, Emily Hurd and Whitney Church.

(t4) ... 77–20–3  (.785) …. PENN STATE*  
(21-5-0 … 21-4-2 … 15-7-1 … 20-4-0)
4th/5th-Year Players:
M #3 Emily Hurd  (Sammamish, WA); 5th-yr. player; 4-yr. starter
M #12 Kindrah Kohne  (Homer, NY)
D #17 Whitney Church  (Ashburn, VA); 4-yr. starter (center back)
D #14 Kori Chapic  (Russell, OH); 4-yr. starter (center back)
G #28 Britt Eckerstrom  (Germantown, MD); 2nd-yr. starter; has 5th-yr. in 2015
– Senior Day: 2-1 vs. Iowa (10–26–14)
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Texas A&M’s deep, talented, accomplished and multi-positional 2014 senior class (from left): Renee McDermott, Leigh Edwards, Allie Bailey, Bianca Brinson, Kelley Monogue, Annie Kunz, Meghan Streight, Shea Groom and Jordan Day.

(6) .... 75–18–7  (.785) …. TEXAS A&M*  (16-6-2 … 19-5-1 … 18-5-2 … 22-2-2)
4th-Year Players:
F #1 Allie Bailey  (San Diego, CA); 3-yr. starter
F #22 Bianca Brinson  (Austin, TX); 2-yr. starter
F #7 Annie Kunz  (Golden, CO); 2-yr. starter
M #15 Kelley Monogue  (McKinney, TX); 3-yr. starter (attacking mid.)
M #6 Shea Groom  (Liberty, MO); 3-yr. starter (attacking mid.)
D #13 Leigh Edwards  (Cota de Caza, CA); 2-yr. starter (left back)
D #4 Meghan Streight  (McKinney, TX); 4-yr. starter (center back)
G #0 Jordan Day  (Gilbert, AZ); 4-yr. starter
G #23 Renee McDermott  (San Clemente, CA); 17 starts in 2014 (Day inj.)
– Senior Day: 2-1 vs. Georgia (10–30–14)
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Florida can match its SEC rival A&M with this senior class group (from left): Lindsey Cooper, Jillian Graff, Taylor Burke, Lauren Silver, Tessa Andujar, Annie Bobbitt, Karina Gutsche, Havana Solaun and Annie Speese.

(7) .…. 71–22–4  (.753) ….. FLORIDA*  (17-8-0 … 19-5-1 … 18-5-1 … 17-4-2)
4th-Year Players:
F #14 Jillian Graff  (Medina, OH); key 2014 reserve
M #19 Havana Solaun  (Gainesville, FL); 3-yr. starter (attacking mid.)
M #13 Annie Speese  (Augusta, GA); 4-yr. starter (attacking mid.)
M/D #12 Lindsey Cooper  (Seminole, FL); key 2014 reserve
D #15 Tessa Andujar  (San Clemente, CA); 4th-yr. starter (right back)
D #2 Annie Bobbitt  (Flemign Island, FL); 2-yr. starter
D #1 Lauren Silver  (Miami, FL); 1st-yr. starter (left back)
D/M #35 Karina Gutsche  (Lithia, FL); 2013 starting center back
G #0 Taylor Burke  (Medina, OH); 4-yr. starter
– Senior Day: 3-1 vs. Tennessee (10–24–14)

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(8) ….. 64-13-5  (.811) ….. STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
(15-3-1 … 17-4-0 … 16-3-3 … 16-3-1)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

........... 64-18-6  (.761) ….. MARQUETTE  (18-4-0 … 18-2-3 … 18-4-0 … 10-8-3)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

........... 64-18-12 (.745) … UCF (CENTRAL FLORIDA)  
(13-5-6 … 17-5-2 … 16-3-4 … 18-5-0)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

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(11) ... 62-19-7  (.744) …. NORTH CAROLINA  
(13-5-2 … 15-5-3 … 20-5-0 … 14-4-2)       

4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 62-25-5  (.701) …. VIRGINIA TECH  
(14-8-1 … 13-6-1 … 19-5-3 … 16-6-0)

4th-Year Players (to be added)

(13) ... 61-18-7  (.750) .... DENVER  (16-5-0 … 17-3-4 … 18-2-1 … 10-8-2)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 61-18-8  (.747) …. La SALLE  (15-2-3 … 17-5-0 … 15-5-3 … 14-6-2)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

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(15) ... 60-16-11  (.753) ... WEST VIRGINIA  
(17-5-0 … 11-5-4 … 16-4-3 … 16-2-4)

4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 60-17-9  (.750) …. NAVY  (13-6-3 … 19-2-1 … 16-5-0 … 12-4-5)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 60-18-9  (.741) .... BOSTON U.  (19-3-1 … 12-6-1 … 15-4-4 … 14-5-3) 
4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 60-19-8  (.736) …. TEXAS TECH  (10-8-2 ... 16-5-1 … 18-2-3 … 16-4-2)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 60-21-7  (.722) .... NORTH TEXAS  
(14-4-3 … 16-5-2 … 14-7-1 … 16-5-1) 

4th-Year Players (to be added)

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(20) ... 59-17-9  (.747) .... BYU  (11-5-3 … 20-2-2 … 15-5-1 … 13-5-3)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 59-21-8  (.716) .... SAN DIEGO STATE  
(10-7-3 … 21-2-1 … 13-7-2 … 15-5-2)

4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 59-22-6  (.713) .... DAYTON  (19-4-0 … 14-4-2 …14-5-2 …12-9-2)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

(23) ... 58-18-11  (.730) .. GEORGETOWN  
(15-6-0 … 16-4-3 … 16-3-2 … 11-5-6)

4th-Year Players (to be added)

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(24) ... 57-16-9  (.750) ... FLORIDA GULF COAST  
(14-5-2 ... 13-4-3 … 13-3-4 …17-4-0)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 57-19-9  (.724) ... FURMAN  (11-8-2 ... 16-3-3 … 17-4-2 …13-4-2)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 57-28-3  (.665) ... KENTUCKY  (13-7-0 ... 14-7-1 … 14-7-1 … 16-7-1)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

(27) ... 56-19-9  (.720) .. PEPPERDINE  (15-2-4 … 14-7-0 …10-7-2 …17-3-3)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 56-23-3  (.701)  ILLINOIS STATE  
(1
3-5-0 … 13-5-2 … 14-7-1 … 16-6-0)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

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(29) ... 55-16-14  (.729) .. SANTA CLARA  
(13-2-6 … 12-4-6 … 16-4-2 … 14- 6-0)

4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 55-22-9  (.692) .... MICHIGAN  (9-8-2 ... 16-5-3 … 18-4-1 … 12-5-3)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

(30) ... 54-20-8  (.707) ... MIAMI OHIO  (9-8-1 … 20-3-1 … 11-6-4 … 14-3-2)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 54-19-14  (.701) .. BAYLOR  (15-4-3 … 19-1-5 … 11-6-3 … 9-8-3)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 54-22-7  (.693) ... MEMPHIS   (22-1-1 … 10-8-1 … 13-7-1 … 9-6-4)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 54-27-11  (.647) .. SOUTH CAROLINA*
(16-7-0 … 7-10-4 … 17-4-2 … 14-6-5)

4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 54-28-10  (.641) .. DUKE  (22-4-1 … 15-6-2 … 9-9-6 … 8-9-1) 
4th-Year Players (to be added)

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(35) .. 53-22-8  (.687) …. SEATTLE  (12-6-1 … 9-9-2 … 17-3-2 … 15-4-3)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

…...... 53-24-10  (.667) .. SOUTH ALABAMA  
(12-5-3 … 8-10-3 … 14-6-3 … 19-3-1)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

…...... 53-24-10  (.667) .. CALIFORNIA  (12-7-3 … 16-6-0 … 11-5-5 … 14-6-2)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

…...... 53-28-8  (.640) .... NOTRE DAME  (10-8-3 … 16-6-2 … 13-8-1 … 14-6-2)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

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(39) .. 52-21-4  (.701) …. MONMOUTH  (11-7-0 … 10-7-2 … 17-2-2 … 14-5-0)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

…...... 52-25-12  (.652) ... OKLAHOMA STATE  
(22-2-2 … 11-6-3 … 9-7-6 … 10-10-1)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

……... 52-27-6  (.647) .... SAMFORD  (14-6-2 … 11-7-2 … 13-6-2 … 14-8-0)  
4th-Year Players (to be added)

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(42) .. 51-16-11  (.724) ... WILLIAM & MARY  
(17-3-2 … 14-5-1 … 8-2-7 … 12-6-1)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

…...... 51-20-15  (.680) … COLORADO COLLEGE  
(10-7-3 … 14-4-5 … 15-4-3 … 12-5-4)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

…...... 51-22-9  (.677) …. RADFORD  (15-6-1 ... 14-3-4 … 15-3-2 … 7-10-2)

…...... 51-25-8  (.655) … WISCONSIN  (10-7-3 … 12-8-1 … 10-7-2 … 19-3-2)
4th-Year Players (to be added)

(* = in 2014 NCAA Quarterfinals)

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Current Three-Year Records in Division I Women's Soccer 
(top junior classes; 2012-14)
(as of 11/29/14 games; research compiled by CollegeSoccer360.com; 
2012 ... '13 ... '14)

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(1) .... 65–7-4  (.882) ….... Florida State  (20-4-0 … 23-2-3 … 22-1-1)

(2) .... 64–8–3  (.873) …... Virginia  (18-5-1 … 24-1-1 … 22-2-1) 

(3) .... 61–5–7  (.884) …... UCLA  (18-3-2 … 22-1-3 … 21-1-2)

(4) .... 59–12–5  (.809) …. Texas A&M  (19-5-1 … 18-5-2 … 22-2-2)

(5) .... 56–9–5  (.836) …... Stanford  (21-2-1 … 15-6-1 … 20-1-3)

......... 56–15–3  (.777) ….. Penn State  (21-4-2 … 15-7-1 … 20-4-0) 

(7) .... 54–15–3  (.771) ….. Florida  (19-5-1 … 18-5-1 … 17-5-1)

(8) .... 51–13-–6 (.771) ….. Central Florida (UCF)  (17-5-2 … 16-3-4 … 18-5-0)

(9) .... 50–11-–6 (.791) ….. Texas Tech  (16-5-1 … 18-2-3 … 16-4-2)

(10) .. 49–10–4  (.810) ...... Stephen F. Austin  (17-4-0 … 16-3-3 … 16-3-1)

…..… 49–14–5  (.757) …... North Carolina  (15-5-3 … 20-5-0 … 14-4-2)

…..… 49–14–5  (.757) …… San Diego State  (21-2-1 ... 13-7-2 … 15-5-2)

(13) .. 48–12–6  (.798) ….... BYU  (20-2-2 … 15-5-1 … 13-5-3)

…..… 48–17–4  (.725) ……. Virginia Tech  (13-6-1 … 19-5-3 … 16-6-0)

(15) .. 47–11–6  (.781) ….... Navy  (19-2-1 ... 16-5-0 … 12-4-5)

(16) .. 46–11–7  (.773) ….... Furman  (16-3-3 … 17-4-2 … 13-4-2)

…..… 46–14–6  (.742) ….... Marquette  (18-2-3 … 18-4-0 … 10-8-3)

…..… 46–14–7  (.739) ….... Michigan  (16-5-3 … 18-4-1 … 12-5-3)

…..… 46–16–5  (.724) ….... La Salle  (17-5-0 … 15-5-3 … 14-6-2)

…..… 46–17–4  (.716) ….... North Texas  (12-7-2 ... 14-4-3 … 16-5-2)  

(21) .. 45–12–7  (.758) …... Miami Ohio  (20-3-1 … 11-6-4 … 14-3-2)

…..… 45–13–7  (.746) ….... Denver  (17-3-4 … 18-2-1 … 10-8-2)

(23) .. 44–21–3  (.669) ….... Kentucky  (14-7-1 ... 14-7-1 … 16-7-1)

(24) .. 43–11–7  (.762) …… Florida Gulf Coast  (13-4-3 ... 13-3-4 … 17-4-0)

…..… 43–11–11  (.746) .…. West Virginia  (11-5-4 … 16-4-3 … 16-2-4)

…..… 43–12–11  (.735) ….. Georgetown  (16-4-3 … 16-3-2 … 11-5-6) 

…..… 43–18–3  (.695) ….... Illinois State  (13-5-2 ... 14-7-1 … 16-6-0)

…..… 43–20–5  (.669) ….... Notre Dame  (16-6-2 … 13-8-1 … 14-6-2)

(29) .. 42–14–8  (.669) …… Santa Clara  (12-4-6 … 16-4-2 … 14-6-0)

(30) .. 41–14–4  (.729) …... Monmouth  (10-7-2 … 17-2-2 … 14-5-0)

…..… 41–13–12  (.712) …. Colorado College  (14-4-5 … 15-4-3 … 12-5-4)

…..… 41–15–8  (.703) …... Boston Univ.  (12-6-1 … 15-4-4 … 14-5-3)

…..… 41–16–7  (.695) …... Seattle  (9-9-2 … 17-3-2 … 15-4-3)

…..… 41–17–5  (.690) …... Pepperdine  (14-7-0 … 10-7-2 … 17-3-3)

…..… 41–17–6  (.688) …... Liberty  (11-7-3 … 16-6-1 … 14-4-2)

…..… 41–17–7  (.685) …... California  (16-6-0 … 11-5-5 … 14-6-2)

…..… 41–18–5  (.680) …... Wisconsin  (12-8-1 … 10-7-2 … 19-3-2)

…..… 41–19–7  (.664) …... South Alabama  (8-10-3 … 14-6-3 … 19-3-1)

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Current Two-Year Records in Division I Women's Soccer 
(top sophomore classes; 2013-14)
(as of 11/29/14 games; research compiled by CollegeSoccer360.com; 
2013 ... '14)

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(1) .... 46–3–2  (.922) …... Virginia  (24-1-1 … 22-2-1) 

(2) .... 45–3-4  (.904) ….... Florida State  (23-2-3 … 22-1-1)

(3) .... 43–2–5  (.910) …... UCLA  (22-1-3 … 21-1-2)

(4) .... 40–7–4  (.824) …... Texas A&M  (18-5-2 … 22-2-2)

(5) .... 35–7–4  (.804) …... Stanford  (15-6-1 … 20-1-3)

......... 3510–2  (.766) ….. Florida  (18-5-1 … 17-5-1)

......... 35–11–1  (.755) ….. Penn State  (15-7-1 … 20-4-0) 

......... 35-11-3  (.745) ….... Virginia Tech  (19-5-3 … 16-6-0)

(9) .... 34–6–5 (.811) …..... Texas Tech  (18-2-3 … 16-4-2)

......... 34–8–4 (.783) …….. Central Florida (UCF)  (16-3-4 … 18-5-0)

......... 34–9–2  (.778) ….... North Carolina  (20-5-0 … 14-4-2)

(12) .. 33–9–4  (.761) …... South Alabama  (14-6-3 … 19-3-1)

(13) .. 32–6–4  (.810) ....... Stephen F. Austin  (16-3-3 … 16-3-1)

......... 32–6–7  (.789) ...…. West Virginia  (16-4-3 … 16-2-4)

......... 32–7–5  (.784) ….... Seattle  (17-3-2 … 15-4-3)

(16) .. 31–7–2  (.800) ….... Monmouth  (17-2-2 … 14-5-0)

…….. 31–10–7  (.719) ….. South Carolina  (17-4-2 … 14-6-5)

(18) .. 30–7–4  (.780) …… Florida Gulf Coast  (13-3-4 … 17-4-0)

......... 30–8–4  (.762) ….... Furman  (17-4-2 … 13-4-2)

......... 30–9–4  (.744) ….... Michigan  (18-4-1 … 12-5-3)

......... 30–10–2  (.738) ….. Santa Clara  (16-4-2 … 14-6-0)

......... 30–10–3  (.733) ….. Liberty  (16-6-1 … 14-4-2)

......... 30–12–2  (.705) ...... North Texas  (14-4-3 … 16-5-2)  

......... 30–13–1  (.693) ...... Illinois State  (14-7-1 … 16-6-0)

......... 30–14–2  (.674) ...... Kentucky  (14-7-1 … 16-7-1)

(26) .. 29–7–6  (.762) ……. DePaul  (13-6-2 … 16-1-4)

......... 29–9–7  (.722) …..... Boston Univ.  (15-4-4 … 14-5-3)

......... 29–10–4  (.721) …... Wisconsin  (10-7-2 … 19-3-2)

......... 29–11–5  (.700) ….... La Salle  (15-5-3 … 14-6-2)

......... 29–14–2  (.667) ….... Iowa  (15-7-1 … 14-7-1)

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TOP ALL-TIME CLASSES – There have been 22 senior classes in Division I women's soccer history (16 for North Carolina; 4 from Notre Dame, plus the 2011 and 2012 Stanford seniors) that have helped their teams post more than 90 wins in their four-year careers. Stanford's 2012 seniors, led by a pair of 4th-year starters – center back Alina Garciamendez and right back Rachel Quon – compiled a .941 career win pct. (94-4-4) that ranks 10th on this list. Stanford's 2011 senior class had a 95-4-4 career record (.942).

Two of the senior classes on this list met in the 2010 NCAA semifinals (North Carolina 92-9-4/.895; Notre Dame 91-10-4/.886; combined record 183-19-8/.891) ... one year earlier, those teams also met in Cary, N.C., during the 2008 College Cup final weekend (UNC's '08 seniors entered that game 93-7-4/.914 while ND's seniors were 92-9-3/.899 – for a combined senior-class record of 185-16-7/.906 entering that final) … two years earlier, the 2006 senior classes for UNC (97-3-3/.956 final record) and ND (92-8-3/.908) were wrapping up similarly impressive careers … the 2008 Tar Heels seniors became the 10th Division I class ever to total 94-plus career wins (along with nine previous UNC classes) … the 2009 UNC seniors also finished with 94 career wins. 

Most Wins By A Division I Women's Soccer Senior Class
(1982-2014; 
22 total – 16 UNC, 4 ND, 2 Stanford)
102-3-1 (.967) – North Carolina's 1998 seniors (1995-98; NCAA camps in 1996, 1997)
102-3-2 (.963) – North Carolina's 1997 seniors (1994-97; NCAA champs in 1994, 1996, 1997)

101-4-1 (.958) – North Carolina's 1999 seniors (1996-99; NCAA champs in 1996, '97, '99)

98-2-1 (.975) – North Carolina's '95 seniors (1992-95; NCAA champs in 1992, '93, '94)
98-3-1 (.966) – North Carolina's '96 seniors (1993-96; NCAA champs in 1993, '94, '96)

97-1-1 (.985) – UNC's 1994 seniors (1991-94; NCAA champs in 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994)
97-3-3 (.956) – North Carolina's 2006 seniors (2003-06; NCAA champs in 2003, 2006)
97-6-1 (.938) – North Carolina's 2000 seniors (1997-2000; NCAA champs in 1997, '99, 2000)

95-4-4 (.942) – Stanford's 2011 seniors (2008-11; NCAA champs in 2011)

94-4-4 (.941) – Stanford's 2012 seniors (2009-12; NCAA champs in 201)
94-7-0 (.931) – North Carolina's 2001 seniors (1998-2001; NCAA champs in 1999, 2000)
94-7-4 (.914) – North Carolina's 2008 seniors (2005-08; NCAA champs in 2006, 2008)
94-9-4 (.897) – North Carolina's '09 seniors (2006-09; NCAA champs in 2006, 2008, 2009)

93-1-2 (.979) – UNC's 1992 seniors (1989-92; NCAA champs in 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992)
93-6-4 (.922) – North Carolina's 2003 seniors (2000-2003; NCAA champs in 2000, 2003)

92-1-1 (.984) – UNC's 1993 seniors (1990-93; NCAA champs in 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993)
92-4-6 (.931) – North Carolina's 2004 seniors (2001-04; NCAA champs in 2003)
92-8-3 (.908) – Notre Dame's 2006 seniors (2003-06; NCAA champs in 2004)
92-10-3 (.898) – Notre Dame's 2008 seniors (2005-08)

91-4-7 (.927) – North Carolina's 2005 seniors (2002-05; NCAA champs in 2003)
91-6-4 (.921) – Notre Dame's 1997 seniors (1994-97; NCAA champs in 1995)
91-11-4 (.877) – Notre Dame's 2009 seniors (2006-09)

Notes: UNC's 2009 seniors (92-9-4 career record) and ND's seniors (91-10-4) had a combined record of 183-19-8 (.891) when they met in the '09 NCAA semifinals ... UNC's and ND's 2006 senior classes met in the NCAA final (combined 188-10-6 career record/.936 win pct. entering that game) and again in the '08 title game (combined senior-class record of 185-16-7/.906 entering that final) ... UNC and ND's seniors did not face each other in the 1997 NCAAs (ND lost to UConn in the semifinals).

Senior classes that have played in four College Cup final weekends (28 classes)

• UNC (seniors in 1985 through 2003; 19 total classes);
– NCAA champs 1982-94, ’96-’97, ’99-2000, ‘03 

• UCLA  (seniors in 2006, 2007, 2008 and '09; 4 total classes)

• Notre Dame  (seniors in 1997 and 2009; 2 total classes); NCAA champs in 1995

• Stanford (seniors in 2011 and 2012); NCAA champs in 2011

Florida State’s 2014 seniors

• Santa Clara's 1999 seniors

Notes: The Pac-12 had been the only conference with two programs on this list, before Florida State joined ACC rival North Carolina with its own senior class that reached the NCAA semifinals all four seasons. There have been only five semifinal fields – 1986 (UNC & UMass), 1987 (UNC & UMass), 1997 (UNC & ND), 1999 (UNC & SCU) and 2009 (UCLA & ND) – that featured multiple teams each led by a senior class that had advanced to the College Cup final weekend all four seasons in their respective careers (prior to 2009, it had been 10 years since this previously happened) ... three of the four schools with multiple senior classes on this list (UNC-ND-UCLA) all competed in the 2009 NCAA semifinals.

SUPER SENIORS ... 
Stanford's 2011 veterans (from left) Teresa NoyolaCamille LevinKristy Zurmuhlen and Lindsay Taylor rank among the winningest senior classes in Division I women's soccer history (95-4-4/.942) … they were 75-1-4/.963 in the regular season; a NCAA semifinalist in 2008, runner-up in '09 and '10, and 2011 champion.

Notes: The run to the 2011 NCAA title resulted in Stanford's 2011 senior class finishing with the 9th-most career wins (95-4-4) in the 30-year D-I women's soccer history (2014 is 33rd season) ... among the 22 senior classes that now have totaled more than 90 career wins, the 2011 Stanford seniors own the 11th-best win pct. (.942).

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