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32 Arizona Players Advance To DI Women's College Cup

Tuesday, November 12th, 2019 --  The field of 64 teams has been announced for the NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship (College Cup) and 32 former Arizona Soccer Association players will be vying for a chance to lift the national title. 
This is the highest number of players from Arizona in the DI Women's College Cup since the Arizona Soccer Association began tracking the players three seasons ago. In 2017 there were 24 players and in 2018 there were 21 players
Highlights from this year's DI Women's College Cup bracket 
  • The University of Arizona was the only women's program from Arizona to advance to the DI Women's College Cup. They will play host to TCU in the first round on November 16 at 6:00 p.m. This is also the first time in program history that the University of Arizona has gone to the DI Women's College Cup three years in a row. 
  • Programs led by Arizona coaches who have advanced to the DI Women's College Cup include: Colorado (Danny Sanchez head coach, Jason Green assistant coach) and Michigan (Jennifer Klein head coach), Milwaukee (Chris Brown assistant coach)
Editors note - Hello all, Garrett Cleverly here. After going through 64 rosters there might be a chance that I missed a player due to how the college programs list their rosters. If so, please reach out to me and I'll update the following list. 
Stanford - Emily Chiao (Phoenix)
Prairie View A&M - Kalia Brown (Chandler)
Loyola Chicago - Olivia Knab (Chandler)
University of Arizona - Hope Hisey (Tucson), Kendyll Humphreys (Chandler), Brynn Moga (Phoenix), Jules Dominguez (Mesa), Leah Carillo (Fountain Hills)
Stony Brook - Madison Sleiman (Scottsdale)
Boise State - Grace Kaufman-Fuller (Tucson), Tori Gutierrez (Goodyear)
BYU - Natalie Clark (Mesa)
Washington State - Skye McMillon (Phoenix)
Georgetown - Alyssa Navarrete (Chandler)
Iowa - Sara Wheaton (Chandler)
Xavier - Courtney Lankford (Glendale)
SeattleU - Gina Leete (Phoenix), Dakota Cameron (Goodyear), Valentina Bernal (Chandler), Kate Connelly (Tucson), Emily Hartson (Scottsdale), Lindsay Hubbard (Scottsdale)
Santa Clara - Kelsey Turnbow (Scottsdale)
Pepperdine - Kinsey Ehmann (Paradise Valley)
Michigan - Claire Dawson (Cave Creek), Sammi Atterbury (Chandler)
Colorado - Kyla Ferry (Phoenix), Jalen Tompkins (Phoenix)
Northern Colorado - Isabella Almazan ( Tucson), Hailey Collier (Chandler), Maddie Soles (Phoenix), Kelsey Kiesz (Gilbert)
DI Women's College Cup Schedule 
Friday, November 15
3:00PM - Xavier (Lankford) vs Virginia Tech
4:00PM - Stony Brook (Sleiman) at #4 Penn State
4:00PM - Memphis at Washington State (McMillon)
5:30PM - Pepperdine (Ehmann) vs Texas Tech
6:00PM - Boise State (Kaufman-Fuller, Gutierrez) at #2 BYU (Clark)
6:00PM - Prairie View A&M (Brown) at #1 Stanford (Chiao)
6:00PM - Bowling Green at Michigan (Dawson, Atterbury)
Saturday, November 16
10:00AM - West Virginia vs Georgetown (Navarrete)
11:00AM - Loyola Chicago (Knab) at Hofstra 
12:00PM - Santa Clara (Turnbow) vs California
12:00PM - Northern Colorado (Almazan, Collier, Soles, Kiesz) vs Colorado (Ferry, Tompkins)
4:00PM - Iowa (Wheaton) vs Kansas 
5:00PM - Seattle U (Lette, Cameron, Bernal, Connelly, Hartson, Hubbard) vs Washington
6:00PM - TCU at Arizona (Hisey, Humphreys, Moga, Dominguez, Carillo)