NCAA College Soccer Championships

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Men's Championships | Women's Championships | ISFA National Champions, 1904-1958 | College Soccer Bowl, 1950-1952

The NCAA has declared national champions in college soccer since 1959. Prior to this, unofficial champions were declared by the Intercollegiate Soccer Football Association (Later the ICAA). These were the result of polls and the opinion of the ISFA administrators and are HIGHLY subjective. In addition, the College Soccer Bowl was held from 1950-1952 in an attempt to decide a national champion on the field. However, the field for the Soccer Bowl was a mere four teams, and they were selected by highly subjective methods. For all practical purposes, it is impossible to say that there were true national college champions prior to 1959.


NCAA DIVISION 1 MEN

1959   St. Louis 5, Bridgeport 2
1960   St. Louis 3, Maryland 2
1961   West Chester State 2, St. Louis 0
1962   St. Louis 4, Maryland 3 
1963   St. Louis 3, Navy 0
1964   Navy 1, Michigan State 0
1965   St. Louis 1, Michigan State 0
1966   San Francisco 5, Long Island University 2 
1967   Michigan State 0, St. Louis 0 (co-champions)
1968   Maryland 2, Michigan State 2 (co-champions)
1969   St. Louis 4, San Francisco 0
1970   St. Louis 1, UCLA 0
1971   Howard 3, St. Louis 2 (Howard later disqualified)
1972   St. Louis 4, UCLA 2
1973   St. Louis 3, UCLA 2
1974   Howard 2, St. Louis 1
1975   San Francisco 4, SIU-Edwardsville 0
1976   San Francisco 1, Indiana 0
1977   Hartwick 2, San Francisco 1
1978   San Francisco 2, Indiana 0 (San Francisco later disqualified)
1979   SIU-Edwardsville 3, Clemson 2
1980   San Francisco 4, Indiana 3
1981   Connecticut 2, Alabama A&M 1
1982   Indiana 2, Duke 1
1983   Indiana 1, Columbia 0
1984   Clemson 2, Indiana 1
1985   UCLA 1, American University 0
1986   Duke 1, Akron 0
1987   Clemson 2, San Diego State 0
1988   Indiana 1, Howard 0
1989   Santa Clara 1, Virginia 1 (co-champions)
1990   UCLA 0, Rutgers 0 (UCLA won on penalties) 
1991   Virginia 0, Santa Clara 0 (Virginia won on penalties)
1992   Virginia 2, San Diego 0
1993   Virginia 2, South Carolina 0
1994   Virginia 1, Indiana 0
1995   Wisconsin 2, Duke 0
1996   St. John's 4, Florida International 1
1997   UCLA 2, Virginia 0
1998   Indiana 3, Stanford 1
1999   Indiana 1, Santa Clara 0
2000   Connecticut 2, Creighton 0
2001   North Carolina 2, Indiana 0
2002   UCLA 1, Stanford 0
2003   Indiana 2, St. Johnís 1
2004   Indiana 1, California-Santa Barbara 1 (3-2 PK)
2005   Maryland 1, New Mexico 0
2006   UC Santa Barbara 2, UCLA 1
2007   Wake Forest 2, Ohio State 1
2008   Maryland 1, North Carolina 0
2009   Virginia 0(3), Akron 0(0)
2010   Akron 1, Louisville 0



NCAA DIVISION 2 MEN

1972   SIU-Edwardsville 3, Oneonta State 2
1973   Missouri-St. Louis 3, Cal State-Fullerton 0
1974   Adelphi 3, Seattle Pacific 2
1975   Baltimore 3, Seattle Pacific 1
1976   Loyola of Maryland 2, New Haven 0
1977   Alabama A&M 2, Seattle Pacific 1
1978   Seattle Pacific 1, Alabama A&M 0
1979   Alabama A&M 2, Eastern Illinois 0
1980   Lock Haven State 1, Florida International 0
1981   Tampa 1, Cal State-Los Angeles 0
1982   Florida International 2, Southern Connecticut State 1
1983   Seattle Pacific 1, Tampa 0
1984   Florida International 1, Seattle Pacific 0
1985   Seattle Pacific 3, Florida International 2
1986   Seattle Pacific 4, Oakland 1
1987   Southern Connecticut State 2, Cal State-Northridge 0
1988   Florida Tech 3, Cal State-Northridge 2 
1989   New Hampshire College 3, UNC-Greensboro 1
1990   Southern Connecticut State 0, Seattle Pacific 0 (S. Connecticut won on penalties)
1991   Florida Tech 5, Sonoma State 1
1992   Southern Connecticut State 1, Tampa 0
1993   Seattle Pacific 1, Southern Connecticut State 0
1994   Tampa 3, Oakland 0
1995   Southern Connecticut State 2, South Carolina-Spartanburg 0
1996   Grand Canyon 3, Oakland 1
1997   Cal State-Bakersfield 1, Lynn 0
1998   Southern Connecticut State 1, South Carolina-Spartanburg 0
1999   Southern Connecticut State 2, Fort Lewis State 1
2000   Cal State Dominguez Hills 2, Barry 1 (OT)
2001   Tampa 3, Cal State Dominguez Hills 0
2002   Sonoma State 4, So. New Hampshire 3
2003   Lynn 2, Chico State 1
2004   Seattle 2, SIU-Edwardsville 1
2005   Ft. Lewis 3, Franklin Pierce 1
2006   Dowling 1, Ft. Lewis 0
2007   Franklin Pierce 2, Lincoln Memorial 0
2008   Cal State Dominguez Hills 3, Dowling 0
2009   Fort Lewis 1, Lees-McRae 0
2010   Northern Kentucky 3, Rollins 2


NCAA DIVISION 3 MEN

1974   SUNY-Brockport 3, Swarthmore 1
1975   Babson 1, SUNY-Brockport 0
1976   Brandeis 2, SUNY-Brockport 1
1977   Lock Haven State 1, SUNY-Cortland 0
1978   Lock Haven State 3, Washington College 0
1979   Babson 2, Glassboro State 1
1980   Babson 1, Scranton 0
1981   Glassboro State 2, Scranton 0
1982   UNC-Greensboro 2, Bethany 1
1983   UNC-Greensboro 3, Claremont 2
1984   Wheaton 2, Brandeis 1
1985   UNC-Greensboro 5, Washington University 0
1986   UNC-Greensboro 2, UC-San Diego 0
1987   UNC-Greensboro 6, Washington University 1
1988   UC-San Diego 3, Rochester Tech 0
1989   Elizabethtown 2, Greensboro College 0 
1990   Glassboro State 1, Ohio Wesleyan 1 (Glassboro won on penalties)
1991   UC-San Diego 1, Trenton State 0
1992   Kean 3, Ohio Wesleyan 1 
1993   UC-San Diego 1, Williams 0
1994   Bethany 1, Johns Hopkins 0
1995   Williams 2, Methodist 1
1996   College of New Jersey 2, Kenyon 1
1997   Wheaton 3, College of New Jersey 0 
1998   Ohio Wesleyan 2, Greensboro 1
1999   St. Lawrence 2, Wheaton 0
2000   Messiah 2, Rowan 0
2001   Richard Stockton 3, Redlands 2
2002   Mesiah 1, Otterbein 0
2003   Trinity 2, Drew 1
2004   Messiah 4, UC Santa Cruz 0
2005   Messiah 1, Gustavus Adolphus 0
2006   Messiah 3, Wheaton (IL) 0
2007   Middlebury 0, Trinity (TX) 0 (4-3 PK)
2008   Messiah 1 (3), Stevens Institute 1 (0)
2009   Messiah 2, Calvin 0
2010   Messiah 2, Lynchburg 1


NCAA DIVISION 1 WOMEN

1981   North Carolina (AIAW)
1982   North Carolina 2, Central Florida 0
1983   North Carolina 4, George Mason 0
1984   North Carolina 2, Connecticut 0
1985   George Mason 2, Connecticut 0
1986   North Carolina 2, Colorado College 0
1987   North Carolina 1, Massachusetts 0
1988   North Carolina 4, North Carolina State 1
1989   North Carolina 2, Colorado College 0
1990   North Carolina 6, Connecticut 0
1991   North Carolina 3, Wisconsin 1
1992   North Carolina 9, Duke 1
1993   North Carolina 6, George Mason 0
1994   North Carolina 5, Notre Dame 0
1995   Notre Dame 1, Portland 0
1996   North Carolina 1, Notre Dame 0
1997   North Carolina 2, Connecticut 0
1998   Florida 1, North Carolina 0
1999   North Carolina 2, Notre Dame 0
2000   North Carolina 2, UCLA 1
2001   Santa Clara 1, North Carolina 0
2002   Portland 2, Santa Clara 1
2003   North Carolina 6, Connecticut 0
2004   Notre Dame 1, UCLA 1 (4-3 PK)
2005   Portland 4, UCLA 0
2006   North Carolina 2, Notre Dame 1
2007   USC 2, Florida State 0
2008   North Carolina 2, Notre Dame 1
2009   North Carolina 1, Stanford 0
2010   Notre Dame 1, Stanford 0


NCAA DIVISION 2 WOMEN

1988   Cal State-Hayward 1, Barry 0
1989   Barry 4, Keene State 0
1990   Sonoma State 2, Keene State 0
1991   Cal State-Dominguez Hills 2, Sonoma State 1
1992   Barry 3, Adelphi 2
1993   Barry 2, Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo 0
1994   Franklin Pierce 2, Regis 0
1995   Franklin Pierce 5, Barry 0
1996   Franklin Pierce 1, Lynn 0
1997   Franklin Pierce 3, West Virginia Wesleyan 0
1998   Lynn 3, Sonoma State 1
1999   Franklin Pierce 3, Cal Poly-Pomona 1
2000   UC San Diego 2, Northern Kentucky 1
2001   UC San Diego 2, Christian Brothers 0
2002   Christian Brothers 2, Nebraska-Omaha 1
2003   Kennesaw State 2, Franklin Pierce 0
2004   Metro State 3, Adelphi 2
2005   Nebraska-Omaha 2, Seattle Pacific 1
2006   Metro State 1, Grand Valley State 0
2007   Tampa 0, Franklin Pierce 0 (3-1 PK)
2008  Seattle Pacific 1, West Florida 0
2009   Grand Valley State 1, Cal State Dominguez Hills 0
2010   Grand Valley State 4, UC San Diego 0


NCAA DIVISION 3 WOMEN

1986   Rochester 1, Plymouth State 0
1987   Rochester 1, William Smith 0
1988   William Smith 1, UC-San Diego 0
1989   UC-San Diego 3, Ithaca 2
1990   Ithaca 0, SUNY-Cortland 0 (Ithaca won on penalties)
1991   Ithaca 2, Rochester 0
1992   SUNY-Cortland 1, Massachusetts-Dartmouth 0
1993   Trenton State 4, Plymouth State 0
1994   Trenton State 4, UC-San Diego 3
1995   UC-San Diego 3, Methodist 0
1996   UC-San Diego 2, College of New Jersey 1
1997   UC-San Diego 1, William Smith 0
1998   MacAlester 1, College of New Jersey 0
1999   UC-San Diego 1, Macalester 0
2000   College of New Jersey 2, Medford 1
2001   Ohio Weslayen 1, Amherst 0
2002   Ohio Weslayen 1, Messiah 0
2003   Oneonta State 2, Chicago 1 (OT)
2004   Wheaton (IL) 1, Puget Sounds 1 (SO)
2005   Messiah 1, TCNJ 0
2006   TCNJ 1, Messiah 0
2007   Wheaton (IL) 1, Messiah 0
2008   Messiah 5, Wheaton 0
2009   Messiah 1, Washington-St. Louis 0
2010   Hardin-Simmons 2, Messiah 1


College Champions, 1904-1958

Note:  Champions were determined by various methods over the years as listed below.  These were done by vote, and are highly subjective.  They are all considered unofficial.

1904-1925:  Determined by the Intercollegiate Soccer Football League
1926-1935:  Determined by the Intercollegiate Soccer Football Association
1936-1939:  No awards by ISFA.  Listed are outstanding teams.
1941-1944:  No awards by NSCA.  Listed are undefeated, untied teams.
1941-1948:  Determined by the National Soccer Coaches' Association
1949-1958:  Determined by the Intercollegiate Soccer Football Association
1950-1952:  Soccer Bowl competition:  A rival championship.


1904-05   Haverford
1905-06   Haverford
1906-07   Haverford
1907-08   Haverford, Yale
1908-09   Columbia
1909-10   Columbia
1910-11   Haverford
1911-12   Yale
1912-13   Harvard
1913-14   Harvard
1914   Pennsylvania
1915   Haverford
1916   Pennsylvania
1917   Haverford
1918   (no competition)
1919   Pennsylvania
1920   Pennsylvania
1921   Princeton
1922   Princeton
1923   Pennsylvania
1924   Pennsylvania
1925   Princeton
1926   Haverford, Princeton, Penn State
1927   Princeton
1928   Yale
1929   Penn State
1930   Harvard, Pennsylvania, Yale
1931   Pennsylvania
1932   Pennsylvania, Navy
1933   Pennsylvania, Penn State
1934   Cornell
1935   Yale
1936   Penn State, Princeton, Syracuse, West Chester
1937   Penn State, Princeton, Springfield
1938   Penn State
1939   Penn State, Princeton
1940   Penn State, Princeton
1941   Springfield, Rider, Temple, Amherst
1942   Amherst, Princeton, Rennselaer Poly, Springfield
1943   Rennselaer Poly, Navy
1944   Navy
1945   Yale, Haverford, Army, Navy
1946   Springfield
1947   Springfield
1948   Connecticut
1949   San Francisco, Penn State
1950   West Chester State
1951   Temple
1952   Franklin and Marshall
1953   Temple
1954   Penn State
1955   Brockport, Penn State
1956   Trinity
1957   City College of New York, Springfield
1958   Drexel Tech 


The Soccer Bowl, 1950-1952

1950   San Francisco 2, Penn State 2 (co-champs)
1951   Penn State 3, Purdue 1
1952   Temple 2, San Francisco 0


Last update: August 14, 2011

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