The postponed 2020 fall championship is set to resume (or in the case of many programs, start) in February.
A championship is on the horizon to chase in women’s Division I soccer, with the landscape looking slightly different. Pro signings have taken a couple of top players on contenders off to pro soccer – Malia Berkely and Catarina Macario – while programs will look to navigate the pandemic and get through a spring season.
Schedules look vastly different, with teams limiting travel and lacking big-time non-conference games. Still, a College Cup is scheduled for later in May in women’s DI soccer. Let’s take a look at some of the contenders.