#6 Seed Virginia Men's Soccer Will Host Second Round Match on Wednesday, November 27th at 7:00 PM in the 2002 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship
Nov. 20, 2002
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The #6 seeded University of Virginia men’s soccer team will host the winner of the William & Mary Tribe vs. Duke Blue Devils in the second round of the 2002 NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Championship on Wednesday, November 27th at 7:00 PM. Gates at UVa’s Kl?ckner Stadium will open at 6:00 PM for the contest. Ticket sales are $7.00 for adults and $3.00 for youths and students of the participating schools with a valid student ID. Tickets for the contest will not be sold in advance and all seating in Kl?ckner Stadium will be general admission.
Virginia (15-6-0 overall, 3-3-0 in the Atlantic Coast Conference) will face the winner of the William & Mary (13-7-1) vs. Duke (11-7-1) match which will be played on Friday, November 22nd at 6:00 PM in Durham, N.C. UVa will play the winner of that contest on Wednesday, November 27th at 7:00 PM in Kl?ckner Stadium in the second round of the tournament.
Virginia was 2-0-0 against Duke this season and is 0-1-0 against William & Mary this year. The Cavaliers defeated the Blue Devils 3-1 on October 20th in Charlottesville and 4-1 on November 15th in Cary, N.C. UVa lost 1-0 to W&M on September 25th in Newport News, Va.
Virginia will be making its 61st appearance in a NCAA Tournament contest when it faces either William & Mary or Duke. UVa stands 40-18-2 (.683) all-time in the history of the NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Championship. The Cavaliers won 17 consecutive NCAA Tournament games from 1992-1995 and won the National Championship five time in 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993 and 1994. Here is a look at Virginia’s all-time results in the NCAA Tournament:
Year Opponent Score Round1969 Maryland L, 0-5 1st1979 American L, 0-1 2nd1981 West Virginia L, 1-2 2nd1982 George Mason L, 0-1 2nd1983 William & Mary W, 2-1 2nd San Francisco W, 3-2 QF Indiana L, 1-3 SF1984 American (2 ot) W, 1-0 2nd Clemson L, 0-1 QF1985 George Mason L, 0-1 1st1986 Loyola (Md.) L, 0-1 1st1987 George Mason W, 2-0 1st Loyola (Md.) L, 0-1 2nd1988 FDU W, 1-0 2nd Howard (2 ot) L, 2-3 QF1989 Philadelphia Textile W, 4-1 2nd South Carolina (2 ot) W, 1-0 QF Rutgers W, 3-0 SF Santa Clara (4 ot) T, 1-1 NF1990 Richmond W, 1-0 1st North Carolina W, 3-1 2nd N.C. State (2 ot) L, 1-2 QF1991 Hartford (4 ot) W, 2-1 2nd Yale W, 2-0 QF Saint Louis (3 ot) W, 3-2 SF Santa Clara (4 ot) T, 0-0 F1992 Penn State W, 4-1 2nd Dartmouth W, 3-0 QF Duke W, 3-0 NSF San Diego W, 2-0 NF1993 William & Mary W, 2-1 1st Loyola (Md.) W, 2-1 2nd Wisconsin W, 3-0 QF Princeton W, 3-1 SF South Carolina W, 2-0 F1994 UNC Greensboro W, 3-0 1st Maryland W, 2-1 2nd James Madison W, 4-1 QF Rutgers W, 2-1 SF Indiana W, 1-0 F1995 Rhode Island W, 2-1 1st Hartwick W, 4-0 2nd Brown W, 4-1 QF Duke L, 2-3 SF1996 George Mason L, 0-1 1st1997 Howard W, 3-0 1st Georgetown W, 5-1 2nd American (2 ot) W, 2-1 QF Saint Louis W, 3-1 SF UCLA L, 0-2 F1998 Rider W, 3-0 1st South Carolina W, 1-0 2nd Stanford L, 0-3 QF1999 Princeton (3 ot) W, 2-1 1st Brown W, 3-1 2nd UCLA L, 2-0 QF2000 Lehigh W, 5-0 1st St. John's W, 2-1 2nd Creighton L, 3-0 QF2001 Seton Hall L, 1-0 2nd
* Game was a 0-0 tie, but Virginia was awarded a 1-0 victoryafter winning 4-2 in the penalty kick shootout.
# Virginia and Santa Clara declared co-national champions.
% Game was a 1-1 tie, but N.C. State was awarded a 2-1 victoryafter winning 7-6 in the penalty kick shootout.
$ UVa declared national champion after winning 3-1 in thepenalty kick shootout.
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