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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Conference Championships: Path to College Cup

Six teams have inked their spots to the MWC Championship, which will be held Nov. 4-7, in Provo, Utah. San Diego State finished the regular season on a high note as it defeated TCU on the road, 4-1, Friday evening at Garvey-Rosenthal Stadium in front of a facility-record 2,713 fans. The victory improves the Aztecs' record to 12-3-5 overall and 5-0-2 in the Mountain West Conference, while the Horned Frogs fall to 9-9-0 (2-5-0 MWC). The Aztec's will finish in second place as BYU claims the MWC title with a win over Wyoming on Saturday night. New Mexico outshot UNLV 32-12 in route to a 2-0 victory giving TCU the 6th and final spot in the MWC Championships. BYU and SanDiego State take their byes into Thursday as they wait the outcome of the quarterfinal matches on Wednesday - TCU will play Utah at 12:00pm MT and New Mexico will take on Wyoming at 3:00pm MT. Semi-Finals will continue on Thursday and the Championship match will be held on Saturday. The MWC Champion will receive and automatic berth into the NCAA College Cup. BYU and San Diego State have an opportunity to receive at-large bids if they do not take the tournament title. It is possible for the MWC to have 3 teams advance to the NCAA College Cup.
UCF (15-3-1) will face the winner of No. 4 seed UTEP (13-5-0, 7-4-0) and No. 5 seed UAB (11-6-2, 5-4-2), who will play in the match to kick off the championship at 5 p.m. CT Wednesday. The Blazers knocked off UTEP in the regular season in a 1-0 overtime decision. UAB earned the tournament bid with a 2-1 victory against Memphis in the final regular-season game on Thursday, Oct. 29.

No. 3 seed and two-time defending C-USA champion Memphis (13-6-0, 8-3-0) will square off against host and No. 6 seed SMU (7-10-1, 5-5-1) in the 7:30 p.m. match. The Tigers shut out SMU, 2-0, in the regular season on Oct. 16. The winner of that match will play second-seeded Colorado College (12-5-2, 8-2-1), who leapt over Memphis in the standings with a dramatic come-from-behind victory against rival UTEP. CC freshman Brittney Lyman scored a conference-record five goals in a 5-2 win over the Miners in tonight's final match of the regular season to secure the bye. Colorado College will play the Memphis-SMU winner on Friday at 7:30 p.m. CT.

A complete schedule of the 2009 Conference USA Women's Soccer Championship follows.


Wednesday, November 4
Match 1 - (4) UTEP vs. (5) UAB - 5 p.m.
Match 2 - (3) Memphis vs. (6) SMU - 7:30 p.m.

Friday, November 6 (Semifinals)
Match 3 - (1) UCF vs. UTEP/UAB winner - 5 p.m.
Match 4 - (2) Colorado College vs. Memphis/SMU winner - 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, November 8 (Finals)
Match 5 - Semifinal Winners - 1 p.m. (CBS College Sports)

All times are Central.
All Matches played at Westcott Field (Dallas, Texas)

Saturday, October 3, 2009

JATO Media Presents: NCAA D1 Women's Soccer

JATO Media Presents….
TCU Women’s Soccer @ University of New Mexico Lobos

Saturday, October 3rd
UNM Soccer Complex @ 5:00pm MT (6:00pm Texas Time)
Pre-Game begins at 4:45pm MT
FORT WORTH, Texas - Fans not able to attend today's conference game at New Mexico can following the game live by clicking on the live audio link, which is located on the schedule page and below.
Webstreaming play-by-play analyst Jay Fitzgerald will call the match live from the UNM Soccer Complex on Saturday night. Start time is set for 6 p.m. CT.

*We are experimenting with USTREAM to bring you LIVE BROADCASTS of games and special events involving TCU Soccer. There is a chance that it will not work this Saturday but we are going to try and get it up. We are sorry in advance for any problems that we may experience.

You can also chat during the game on the JATOTV Channel on USTREAM.