2017 NCAA Division II Women's Soccer Championship
First Round: Friday, Nov. 10, 2 p.m. - No. 5 Concordia (OR) 3, No. 4 Chico State 0
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Second Round: Sunday, Nov. 12, 2 p.m. - No. 1 UC San Diego 2, No. 5 Concordia (OR) 1
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Third Round (South Central Region Final): Friday, Nov. 17, 4 p.m. - No. 2 UC-Colorado Springs 3, No. 4 Mines 2
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Third Round (West Region Final): Friday, Nov. 17, 7 p.m. - No. 1 UC San Diego 2, No. 2 Western Washington 0
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Quarterfinal: Sunday, Nov. 19, 2 p.m. - No. 2 UC-Colorado Springs 1, No. 1 UC San Diego (2OT) (UCCS advances 4-3 on penalty kicks)
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Tickets for the NCAA Championship at UC San Diego can be purchased at Triton Soccer Stadium beginning one hour before the first kickoff time of the day. General admission on each day will be as follows:
Seniors (65 and up): $5
Students (with ID): $5
Children (7 and up):$5
Children (6 and under): Free
Parking on the UC San Diego campus is free on weekends, but permits are required on weekdays. They can be purchased at machines located in all lots. The nearest lots are located behind the Triton Soccer Stadium stands, and in the Hopkins Parking Structure behind RIMAC, which overlooks the fields on North Campus.
Follow the progress of the 2017 NCAA Championship through the interactive bracket here. Click here for the NCAA's digital program for the 2017 NCAA Division II Women's Soccer Championship.
Triton Soccer Stadium
Triton Soccer Stadium is home to the UC San Diego men's and women's soccer teams. Located just north of RIMAC Arena, the large open fields can accomodate up to five soccer fields at the same time.
Triton Soccer calls the northwest corner its home. With a built-in seating capacity of 750, which is expandable up to 1,750 for NCAA Championship matches, UC San Diego enjoys a tremendous home-field advantage. The field is widely-regarded as one of the best playing surfaces on the West Coast. The field is big and fast as the grass is kept low and in prime condition throughout the soccer season.
For more information on the facility, directions, and a North Campus map, click here.