Section 7 – 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 7 **

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 7 – NCAA TOURNAMENT
QUALIFICATION & EARLY ROUNDS

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 2013 NCAAs.

NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAM STREAKS  For the fourth straight season, each of the teams with the 15-longest active NCAA appearance streaks advanced to the national postseason again in 2013 (see list below), after a trend of disappointments in the 2008 and '09 seasons. There are 15 different teams – North Carolina (32), Notre Dame (21), Virginia (20), Texas A&M (19), Penn State (19), Wake Forest (18), UCLA (17), Stanford (16), Florida State (14), Portland (14), West Virginia (14), Boston College (11), Duke (11), Florida (11) and California (10) – that own active double-digit NCAA appearance streaks:

Active Streaks of Consecutive NCAA Tournament Appearances  
(D-I women's soccer; as of 2013; research courtesy of CollegeSoccer360.com; please credit accordingly)

32 – North Carolina  (1982-2013)
21 – Notre Dame  (1993-2013)
20 – Virginia  (1994-2013)

19 – Penn State  (1995-2013)
19 – Texas A&M  (1995-2013)

18 – Wake Forest  (1996-2013)
17 – UCLA  (1997-2013)
16 – Stanford  (1998-2013)

14 – Florida State  (2000-13)
14 – Portland  (2000-13)
14 – West Virginia  (2000-13)          

11 – Boston College  (2003-13)
11 – Duke  (2003-13)
11 – Florida  (2003-13)
10 – California  (2004-13)

Other all-time NCAA Tournament appearance streaks (7-plus) 

26 – Connecticut  (1982-2007)
19 – Santa Clara  (1989-2007)
14 – Clemson  (1994-2007)
13 – William & Mary  (1992-2004)
10 – Nebraska  (1996-2005)

8 – Colorado College  (1984-91)
8 – UMass  (1982-89)
8 – Michigan  (1997-2004)
8 – North Carolina State  (1985-92)

7 – BYU  (1997-2003)
7 – UMass  (1991-97)
7 – William & Mary  (1984-90)

(note: as of 2013, there have been 20 all-time double-digit NCAA appearance streaks)

… The 2009 season wasn't a good year for teams that featured orange as one of their primary colors, as three different programs – Tennessee (8; 2001-08), Texas (8: '01-'08) and Illinois (6; '03-'08) – saw an end to their NCAA Tournament streaks in 2009 that had extended back six or more years. In addition to Texas, another Big 12 Conference team saw its noteworthy streak come to an end in 2009, as Colorado had appeared in each of the previous six NCAA Tournaments (2003-08). Texas and Illinois returned to the NCAAs in 2010 and again in 2011 (along with Tennessee), but Texas again missed the NCAAs this season.

… Four years back in 2008, three teams with some of the longest NCAA Tournament appearance streaks in the history of Division I women's soccer – Connecticut (26; 1982-2007), Santa Clara (19; 1989-2007) and Clemson (14; 1994-2007) – had the rare experience of missing the NCAAs, with Clemson (another one of those orange teams) failing to make the NCAA field again in 2009, '10, '11 and '12 (UConn and SCU were NCAA entrants in '09 and '10, with SCU back in 2011 and '01 but UConn naw having missed the NCAAs three times in the past five years).

FAMILIAR FACES – The 2013 NCAA Tournament field includes 15 of the 18 programs (all but Connecticut, William & Mary and Wisconsin) that have made the most all-time NCAA appearances. The top-24 teams in terms of all-time NCAA appearances include 19 that have qualified for the 2013 NCAAs (UMass and Clemson are the others absent) … see lists below for rundown of all 46 teams with 10-plus all-time NCAA appearances (also, full NCAA history listings for all 64 of the 2013 entrants are included below):

All-Time NCAA Tournament Appearances  (since 1982)
(bolded teams are in the 2013 NCAAs; DI women's soccer; as of 2013)
(research courtesy of CollegeSoccer360.com; please credit accordingly)

32 – North Carolina  (1982-2013)
28 – Connecticut  (1982-2007 ... '09-'10)
26 – Virginia  (1987-92 ... 1994-2013)

24 – William & Mary  (1984-90 ... 1992-2004 ... '06-'08 ... '11)
24 – Santa Clara  (1989-2007 ... '09-'13)
23 – Stanford  (1990-96 ... 1998-2013)

21 – California  (1983-84 ... '86-'88 ... '93 ... 1998-2002 ... '04-'13)
21 – Notre Dame  (1993-2013)
21 – Portland  (1992-98 ... 2000-13)

20 – Duke  (1992-97 ... 1999-2001 ... '03-'13)
19 – Penn State  (1995-2013)
19 – Texas A&M  (1995-2013)

18 – UCLA  (1995, 1997-2013)
18 – Central Florida  (1982 ... '84 ... '87-'88 ... '91 ... '98-'99 ... 2001-04 ... '07-'13)
18 – Wake Forest  (1996-2013)

17 – Wisconsin  (1985-88, '91 ... '93-'96 ... '98 ... 2000 ... '02, '04, '05 ... '09-'10, '12)
17 – Boston College  (1982-85 ... '99 … 2001 ... '03-'13)
17 – Florida  (1996-2001 ... '03-'13)

15 – UMass  (1982-89 ... '91-'97)
15 – BYU  (1997-2003 ... '05-'10 ... '12-’13)

14 – Clemson  (1994-2007)
14 – Harvard  (1982-84 ... '94-'96 ... 2001-04 ... '08-'09 ... '11 ... ’13)
14 – Florida State  (2000-13)
14 – West Virginia  (2000-13)

13 – Hartford  (1989-92 ... '94-'95 ... 1997-2002 ... '06)
13 – Maryland  (1995-99 ... 2001-04 ... '09-'12)

12 – San Diego  (1996 ... 1999-2004 ... '07-'11)
12 – USC  (1998-2003 ... '05-'10)
12 – SMU  (1990 ... '92-'93 ... '95 ... '97 ... '99 ... 2001-06)
12 – Washington (1994-96 ... '98 ... 2000-01 ... '03-'04 ... '08-'10 ... '12)
12 – Illinois  (2000-01 ... '03-'08 ... '10-'13)
12 – Marquette  (1999-2002 ... '05-'06 ... '08-'13)  


11 – George Mason  (1982-86 ... '88-'89 ... '93 ... '94 ... '96 ... '97)
11 – North Carolina State  (1985-92 ... '94-'96)
11 – Auburn  (2001-04 ... '06-'12)
11 – Michigan  (1997-2004 ... '06 ... '10 ... '12-’13)
11 – Boston University  (2001-01 ... '03 ... '05-'11 ... ’13)
11 – Nebraska  (1996-2005 ... ’13)
11 – Milwaukee  (1997 ... 2001-02 ... '05-'06 ... '08-'13) 
11 – Colorado College  (1984-91 … 2006 ... '12-’13)

10 – Texas  (2001-08 ... '10-'11)
10 – Dartmouth  (1993-94 ... '96 ... 1998-2003 ... '05)
10 – James Madison  (1995-99 ... 2002 ... '04 ... '07-'08 ... '10)
10 – Tennessee  (2001-08 … '11-'12)
10 – Princeton (1982-83 … 1999-2004 … '08 … '12)  
10 – Kentucky  (1995-96 … '98-'99 ... 2001-02 ... '06 ... '11-'13)

bold = teams in the 2013 NCAA Tournament

Other 2013 NCAA Entrants (all-time NCAA appearances) ... 

9 – Ohio State  (2002-04 ... '07 ... '09-'13) … Denver (2001-03 … '06-'09 … ’12-'13)

8 – Washington State  (1994 ... 2000 ... '02, '08-'09, '11-'13) … Rutgers (1987 … 2001 … '03 … '06 … '08-'09 … '12-’13) 
... Minnesota (1995-99 ... 2008 ... ’10 ... ’13) ... Arkansas (2003 ... ’06-’11 ... 2013)

7 – Virginia Tech  (2004 ... '08-'13) ... South  Carolina (1998 ... 2007-11 ... ’13) ... Colorado (2003-08 ... ’13)

6 – Furman (1999-2000 ... ’02 ... ’04 ... ’07 ... ’13) ... Utah (2002-06 .. ’13)

5 – Illinois State  (2003 ... '09 ... '11-'13) ...  San Diego State (1998-99 … 2009 … '12-’13) 
... Cal State Fullerton (2001 ... ’05-’07 ... ’13) ... Mississippi (2003-03 ... ’05 ... ’09 ... ’13)

4 – Georgetown (2007 ... '10 ... '12-’13) ... Indiana (1996 ... ’98 ... 2007 ... ’13) ... Liberty (2001 ... ’05 ... ’13) 
... Louisville (2006-07 ... ’11 ... ’13)

3 – La Salle (2011-13) ... Morehead State (2008 ... ’10 ... ’13) ... Monmouth (2007 ... ’09 ... ’13) 
... Jacksonville (2000 ... ’06 ... ’13) ... Weber State (2004-05 ... ’13)

2 – Texas Tech (2012-13) ... DePaul (2003 ... ’13) ... St. Francis, PA (2010 ... ’13) ... Western Michigan (2003 ... ’13) ... St. John’s (2009 ... ’13) ... Southeastern Louisiana (2009 ... ’13) ... Northeastern (2008 ... ’13) 
... 
Jackson State (2010 ... ’13)

first-time NCAA entrants (230 teams all-time): Arkansas … Iowa … Seattle … South Alabama … UMBC

WELCOME BACK – 16 Division I women's soccer teams have returned to the NCAAs after missing the tournament for gaps of 3-plus years (seven for gaps of 6-plus years):

  • DePaul … back in NCAAs for first time since 2003
  • Western Michigan … back in NCAAs for first time since 2003
  • Liberty … back in NCAAs for first time since 2005
  • Nebraska … back in NCAAs for first time since 2005
  • Weber State … back in NCAAs for first time since 2005
  • Jacksonville … back in NCAAs for first time since 2006
  • Utah … back in NCAAs for first time since 2006
  • Cal State Fullerton … back in NCAAs for first time since 2007
  • Furman … back in NCAAs for first time since 2007
  • Indiana … back in NCAAs for first time since 2007
  • Northeastern … back in NCAAs for first time since 2008
  • Colorado … back in NCAAs for first time since 2008
  • Mississippi … back in NCAAs for first time since 2009
  • Monmouth … back in NCAAs for first time since 2009
  • St. John’s … back in NCAAs for first time since 2009
  • Southeastern Louisiana … back in NCAAs for first time since 2009

2013 NCAA BIDS BY CONFERENCE: 8 each from Atlantic Coast (ACC; 9 in 2012) and Big Ten (up from 5 in ’12) ... 6 each from Pac-12 (also 6 in ’12) and the Southeastern (SEC; 6 in ’12) ... 4 from BIG EAST (also 4 in ’12) ... 3 from Big 12 (same as in ’12) ... 3 from WCC (4 in ’12) & AAC (new conf. in ’13) ... 23 one-bid leagues (19 in 2012) ... in 2012, the Big West, Conference-USA, Mid-American (MAC) and Western Athletic (WAC) both sent an at-large team to the NCAAs in addition to the automatic qualifier.

THE 32 FIRST-WEEK HOST TEAMS in 2013 include: seven of the eight entrants from the ACC (all but Duke), after having eight teams host in both 2011 and ’12 ... five of the six entrants from the SEC (all but Arkansas), also had five host in 2012 … half of the eight entrants from the Big Ten (hosts are Nebraska, Michigan, Penn State and Indiana), after three hosted in ’12 ... three of the six from the Pac-12 (hosts are UCLA, Stanford & Washington State), after four hosted in ’12 … three each from the Big 12 and WCC (same for both as in ’12) ... two from the BIG EAST (same as in ’12) … two from the first-year American Athletic Conference (AAC) ... and one each from Conference USA, the Patriot and Summit leagues (in 2012, C-USA, Patriot, Mt. West and WAC each had one first-round host team).

THE 16 SEEDED TEAMS in 2013 include: four from the ACC (1-seeds Florida State, North Carolina, Virginia & Virginia Tech; ACC had six seeds in ’11 and ’12) ... three each from the SEC (2-seed Florida, 3-seed South Carolina & 4-seed Texas A&M; Gators were only SEC seed in ’12) and the Big Ten (2-seed Nebraska, 3-seed Michigan & 4-seed Penn State; had two seeds in ’12) ... a couple from the WCC (3-seed Portland & 4-seed Santa Clara; the Pilots & BYU were seeded in ’12) ... and one each from the Pac-12 (2-seed UCLA; Bruins & Stanford were seeded in ’12), the BIG EAST (2-seed Marquette, was a 4-seed in ’12), the new America Athletic Conference (3-seed UCF) and the Summit League (4-seed Denver) ... in 2012, the Mountain West and Big 12 each had one seeded team (all have no seeded teams in 2013).

The 12 teams seeded 1-2-3 in 2013 include the four #1s from the ACC, two each from the SEC and Big Ten, and one each from the WCC, Pac-12, BIG EAST and AAC (in 2012, it was 5 ACC, 2 Pac-12 & 1 each Big Ten/WCC/MWC/SEC/Big12). ... The tournament’s top-8 overall seeds (#1s and #2s) feature the four top ACC teams, plus one each from the BIG EAST, Pac-12, Big Ten and SEC. In 2012, the top-8 had 3 ACC plus 1 from Pac-12/Big Ten/WCC/MWC?SEC.

Recent 1-seed history includes: in 2011, three from the ACC (FSU, Duke & Wake Forest) plus Stanford from the Pac-12 ... in 2012, one each from the Pac-12 (Stanford), Big Ten (Penn State), WCC (BYU) and ACC (FSU) ... and now the four ACC teams in 2013 … from 2011-13, there have been a total of eight 1-seeds from the ACC (six different teams, FSU three times plus Duke–Wake–UVa–UNC–VT) plus Stanford twice, Penn State once and BYU once.

ACTIVE STREAKS of REACHING the NCAA ROUND-of-32
(research courtesy of CollegeSoccer360.com ... updated through 2012 season, with 2013 TBA; includes some seasons with field of fewer than 32 teams)

The nine longest active streaks of reaching the second round/round-of-32 in the NCAA DI women’s soccer tournament continued in 2012 (see chart below; note that some of the earlier years included fields of fewer than 32 teams):

31 – North Carolina  (1982-2012; 1-seed in 2013) ... plays Liberty in 2013 first round
19 – Virginia  (1994-2012; 1-seed in 2013) ... plays St. Francis in 2013 first round
16 – UCLA  (1997-2012; 2-seed in 2013) ... plays San Diego State in 2013 first round
15 – Texas A&M  (1998-2012; 4-seed in 2013) ... plays Utah in 2013 first round
13 – Portland  (2000-12; 3-seed in 2013) ... plays Seattle in 2013 first round

8 – Florida State  (2005-12; 1-seed in 2013) ... plays South Alabama in 2013 first round
7 – Florida  (2006-12; 2-seed in 2013) ... plays Jacksonville in 2013 first round
7 – Stanford  (2006-12; unseeded in 2013) ... plays CS Fullerton in 2013 first round 
7 – Wake Forest  (2006-12; unseeded in 2013) ... plays Morehead State in 2013 first round


Notes: Oklahoma State reached the NCAA round-of-32 every year from 2006-11 but did not qualify for the 2012 NCAAs … Notre Dame's 18-year run (1993-2011) of reaching at least the NCAA final-32 ended on Nov. 13, 2011, in a 1-0 loss at Illinois ... Duke (6; 2003-08) and USC (4; 2005-08) both saw their streaks of reaching the NCAA second round come to an end in the 2009 first round – and Illinois had advanced to the NCAA second round (final-32) each of the previous five seasons (2004-08), but the Fighting Illini failed to qualify for the 2009 NCAAs. ... only nine teams that made the 2009 second round failed to reach the final-32 in 2010: BYU, UConn, San Diego, Georgia, Washington St., Rutgers, Central Michigan, LSU and Cal (teams in 2010 second round that were not in 2009 final-32: USC, Minnesota, USF, Hofstra, Georgetown, Marquette, Duke, UC Irvine and Ohio St.) ... one year earlier, exactly half of the teams that advanced to the 2009 second round had not reached the round-of-32 the previous season ('08): Wisconsin, Oregon St., BYU, UConn, Washington St., Penn St., Virginia Tech, LSU, Cal, South Carolina, Georgia, Dayton, San Diego St.,Santa Clara, Maryland and Central Michigan.

Teams in the round-of-32 for 2010, 2011 and ’12 (15)
... Boston College, Duke, Florida, Florida State, Marquette, Maryland, North Carolina, Penn State, Portland, Stanford, Texas A&M, UCF, UCLA, Virginia & Wake Forest (all but Maryland have reached 2013 NCAAs; TBA for rd-of-32)

Teams in the round-of-32 for both 2011 and 2012 (19)
... Auburn, Baylor, Boston College, California, Duke, Florida, Florida State, Illinois, Marquette, Maryland, North Carolina, Penn State, Portland, Stanford, Texas A&M, UCF, UCLA, Virginia & Wake Forest 

Teams in the round-of-32 for both 2010 and 2011 (18)
... Boston College, Duke, Florida, Florida State, Marquette, Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, Penn State, Portland, South Carolina, Stanford, Texas A&M, UCF, UCLA, Virginia & Wake Forest 
(note: Oklahoma State and South Carolina did not qualify for 2012 NCAAs while Ohio State was elim. in the first round) 

Teams in the 2011 round-of-32 that did not reach round-of-32 in 2012 (13)
... Boston Univ., Georgia, Long Beach State, Louisville, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, 
San Diego, South Carolina, Virginia Tech & Washington State
... seven of these teams did not make the 2012 NCAA field (BU, UGa, LOU, MEM, OK-St., USD & SC)

Teams in the 2012 round-of-32 that had not reached round-of-32 in 2011 (13)
... BYU, Denver, Georgetown, Kentucky, Miami (OH), Michigan, Notre Dame, Oakland, Princeton, Rutgers, 
San Diego State, Santa Clara & Texas Tech

Teams in the 2010 round-of-32 that did not reach round-of-32 in 2011 (14)
... Dayton, Georgetown, Hofstra, James Madison, Minnesota, Notre Dame, Oregon State, Santa Clara, South Florida, UC Irvine, USC, Washington, West Virginia & Wisconsin 
... eight of these teams did not make the 2011 NCAA field (Georgetown, Hofstra, JMU, Minn., SF, USC, WA & WIS)

Teams in the 2011 round-of-32 that had not reached round-of-32 in 2010 (14)
... Auburn, Baylor, Boston Univ., California, Georgia, Illinois, Long Beach, Louisville, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, 
San Diego, Washington State & Virginia Tech


Sarah Hagen (left) led Milwaukee to the 2011 Horizon League regular-season and tournament titles and then the team's 19th win of the season, a 3-0 victory over Illinois State to avenge a loss earlier in the 2011 season. Milwaukee then repeated as both Horizon league regular-season & tournament champ in 2012, and again in ’13 – the only team in the nation to be a conference “double champion” in each of the past three season. 

... Hagen's impressive career included 24 goals in each of her first two seasons, 19 as a junior in 2010 and then 26 goals in 2011 – with her 93 career goals ranking ninth in NCAA Division I women's soccer history (alongside the likes of UNC legend Mia Hamm, Portland greats Cristine Sinclair and Tiffeny Milbrett, Florida alum Abby Wambach, and Danielle Garrett Fotopoulos, who starred at SMU and Florida in the mid/late-'90s) ... Hagen went on to be a top scorer with the U.S. Under-23 National Team and hopes to one day follow in the footsteps of the above players who have pursued their dreams as former or current members of the full U.S. (or Canadian) National Team.

WE'RE #1 ... AGAIN!: Back in 2010, only five teams won 2010 conference regular-season titles (with #1 seed) AND conference tournament titles, but that number of double champions swelled to 14 in 2011 (#1 seed and won conference tournament title), was followed by 13 double champions in 2012 and then 13 again in 2013: Nebraska (Big Ten), Marquette (BIG EAST), West Virginia (Big 12), UCF (AAC), Furman (SoCon), Colorado College (C-USA), Denver (Summit), Milwaukee (Horizon), Illinois State (MVC), Monmouth (MAAC), St. Francis, PA (NEC), San Diego State (Mt. West) and Seattle (WAC). Two other teams – Texas A&M (SEC) and Boston Univ. (Patriot) – were regular-season co-champions but #2 seeds, with each going on to win their 2013 conference tournaments.

Milwaukee is the only team to be its conference #1 seed (i.e. regular-season champ/co-champ) AND win the conference tournament in each of the past three seasons (2011-13). Florida Gulf Coast and Utah State were double conf. champions in both 2011 and 2012 (as was Milwaukee) ... while two others (Marquette and San Diego State) joined Milwaukee in repeating the conference double in 2013 after doing so in ’12. Note that Milwaukee shared the 2012 Horizon League regular-season title with Detroit, but Milwaukee was the #1 seed.

The 13 “double conference champs” in 2012 included: Florida (SEC), Florida Gulf Coast (Atlantic Sun), Idaho State (Big Sky; tri-champs but #1 seed), La Salle (Atlantic 10), Marquette (BIG EAST), Miami, Ohio (Mid-America), Milwaukee (Horizon; co-champ but #1 seed), North Texas (Sun Belt; tri-champs but #1 seed), Oakland (Summit), San Diego State (Mt. West), Stephen F. Austin (Southland), Tennessee-Martin (Ohio Valley) and Utah State (Western Athletic).

Also of note (a curious one, at that): Boston University won the 2011 America East regular-season and tournament titles, then was the 2012 A-East regular-season champion but was barred from the conference tournament (because BU was leaving for the Patriot League). As a member of the Patriot League in 2013, BU shared the regular-season title with Navy but was the #2 seed, before going on to beat Navy in the title game.

CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT WINNERS (28): Over the past three seasons, here’s the avg. seed of conference tournament winners: 2.0 in 2013 ... 2.3 in 2012 ... 2.1 in 2011 (basically any three tournaments usually will feature a 1-seed, 2-seed and 3-seed winner between them).

Nearly 83% (23-of-28) of the 2013 conference tournaments were won by either the #1 (14) or #2 (9) seeds … all but two of the 28 conference tournaments in 2013 were won by a 1-2-3 seed, plus 4th-seed winners Western Michigan and Cal State Fullerton (in 2011 and again in 2012, the 1-2-3 seeds combined to win 22 of 27 conference tournaments).

The 14 conference tournaments in 2013 won by #1 seeds are listed in the note above ... the #2-seed winners: Boston Univ., Jacksonville, LaSalle, Texas A&M, South Alabama, Liberty, Morehead State, Southeastern Louisiana and Florida State ... the 3-seed winners: Weber State, Jackson State and Northeastern.

Only four conference tournaments had repeat winners in 2012 and '13: Atlantic 10 (La Salle)  BIG EAST (Marquette)  Missouri Valley (Illinois State) and the Mountain West (San Diego State)  UCF won the Conference USA tournament in the 2012 and the newly-former American Athletic Conference title in '13.

In 2012, 19 of the 27 conference tournaments were won by either the #1 or #2 seeds … 13 won by #1 seeds (listed in note above) ... six by #2 seeds (Baylor, CS Northridge, Colgate, Illinois State, Ohio State & Radford) ... three by #3 seeds (UCF, LIU-Brooklyn & Loyola-MD) ... three by #5 seeds (Hofstra, Mississippi Valley & Virginia) ... and one each by a #6 seed (Stony Brook) and a #8 seed (Georgia Southern).

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