Women’s DI tourney field projection: Nov. 4

by Travis Clark
November 4, 2014
Women’s DI tourney field projection: Nov. 4

The final week of regular/postseason play has arrived in the Division I women’s soccer season.

Automatic NCAA tournament bids are on the line this weekend, as conference champions will officially be crowned by the end of the day on Sunday, November 9.

But if the tournament committee were to select the field of 64 today, below is a snap shot of what if could look like, with conference winners projected and each team’s RPI listed from the November 3 release.

Projected Conference Auto Bids (31)

America East: Hartford (113)

American Athletic: UCF (17)

Atlantic 10: La Salle (23)

ACC: Florida State (7)

Atlantic Sun: Florida Gulf Coast(w) (31)

Big 12: West Virginia (6)

Big East: DePaul (20)

Big Sky: Montana (101)

Big South: Liberty (90)

Big Ten: Penn State (4)

Big West: Cal Poly (153)

CAA: Northeastern (58)

CUSA: North Texas (61)

Horizon: Valparaiso (108)

Ivy League: Harvard (52)

MAAC: Monmouth (104)

MAC: Buffalo (49)

MVC: Illinois State (48)

MWC: San Diego State (53)

NEC: Fairleigh Dickinson (146)

OVC: SIUE (177)

Pac-12: UCLA (1)

Patriot League: Colgate (36)

SEC: Texas A&M (3)

Southern: Samford (87)

Southland: Stephen F. Austin (72)

SWAC: Howard (304)

Summit: South Dakota State (228)

Sun Belt: South Alabama (78)

West Coast: BYU (45)

WAC: Seattle (107)

Projected At-Large bids (33)

Stanford (2)

North Carolina (5)

Virginia (8)

Florida (9)

Texas Tech (10)

South Carolina (11)

Wisconsin (12)

Pepperdine (13)

Notre Dame (14)

Washington (15)

Virginia Tech (16)

Washington State (18)

Kansas (19)

Kentucky (21)

California (22)

Connecticut (24)

South Florida (25)

Auburn (26)

Arizona (27)

Oklahoma State (28)

Missouri (29)

Clemson (30)

Rutgers (32)

Boston University (33)

Texas (34)

Michigan (35)

Georgia (36)

USC (38)

Colorado (39)

Arizona State (40)

Arkansas (41)

Georgetown (42)

Oklahoma (44)

Seeds

No. 1 Seeds

Stanford, UCLA*, Penn State*, Texas A&M*

No. 2 Seeds

North Carolina, West Virginia*, Florida State*, Virginia

No. 3 Seeds

Florida, Texas Tech, South Carolina, Wisconsin

No. 4 Seeds

Virginia Tech, Notre Dame, Pepperdine, Washington

*-Conference winner

 
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