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Boston College Women's Soccer Earns NCAA Tournament Berth

The Eagles (10-9-1) will host Northeastern on Friday, November 15 at 7.p.m. at Newton Campus Soccer Field.

via bceagles.com

Congratulations to the Boston College women's soccer team, which earned a bid to the 2013 NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament. The Eagles (10-9-1) will host Northeastern on Friday, November 15 at 7.p.m. at Newton Campus Soccer Field. The winner takes on the winner of No. 2 Nebraska and Southeastern Louisiana.

An NCAA Tournament berth was no sure thing this year for Boston College, but the Eagles strong strength of schedule helped the program land its 11th consecutive and 17th overall NCAA Tournament appearance. Boston College has been to eight Sweet 16's, two Elite Eight's and the 2010 College Cup.

BC is one of eight (!) ACC teams to earn a bid to this year's tournament. Virginia (20-1-0), North Carolina (17-4-0), Virginia Tech (16-4-2) and Florida State (18-1-3) are all No. 1 seeds in the tournament. The other four ACC teams in the tournament are BC, Notre Dame (11-7-1), Duke (8-8-4) and Wake Forest (10-6-2).

If you are in town for this weekend's Boston College-N.C. State football game, I hope you consider heading on our to Newton Campus to support the women's team. Go Eagles!

Complete 2013 NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament bracket below:

No. 1 Virginia (20-1-0) vs. Saint Francis (PA) (13-7-1)
Georgetown (15-1-2) vs. La Salle (15-4-3)
Wake Forest (10-6-2) vs. Morehead St. (10-10-1)
No. 4 Penn State (14-6-1) vs. Monmouth (17-1-2)
No. 3 Michigan (15-3-1) vs. Milwaukee (10-8-1)
Louisville (12-5-1) vs. Illinois State (14-6-0)
Notre Dame (11-7-1) vs. Iowa (15-6-1)
No. 2 Marquette (18-3-0) vs. Western Michigan (9-5-5)

No. 2 UCLA (17-1-2) vs. San Diego State (13-6-2)
Kentucky (13-6-1) vs. Ohio State (10-6-3)
Stanford (13-5-1) vs. Cal St. Fullerton (8-6-7)
No. 3 South Carolina (16-3-2) vs. Furman (17-3-2)
No. 4 Texas A&M (17-4-1) vs. Utah (10-4-6)
Texas Tech (17-2-2) vs. Minnesota (11-7-2)
Indiana (14-6-1) vs. DePaul (13-5-2)
No. 1 North Carolina (17-4-0) vs. Liberty (16-5-1)

No. 1 Virginia Tech (16-4-2) vs. UMBC (13-5-2)
West Virginia (16-3-2) vs. Rutgers (13-4-4)
Boston U. (14-3-4) vs. Harvard (12-3-2)
No. 4 Santa Clara (14-4-1) vs. California (11-4-5)
No. 3 UCF (16-2-4) vs. St. John's (NY) (11-5-3)
Oklahoma State (9-6-6) vs. Arkansas (13-8-0)
Colorado Col. (15-4-2) vs. Duke (8-8-4)
No. 2 Florida (17-4-1) vs. Jacksonville (12-7-1)

No. 2 Nebraska (18-3-1) vs. Southeastern La. (14-3-5)
Boston College (10-9-1) vs. Northeastern (6-8-6)
Washington St. (14-3-3) vs. Illinois (10-8-2)
No. 3 Portland (15-2-1) vs. Seattle (17-2-2)
No. 4 Denver (17-1-1) vs. Colorado (12-6-2)
BYU (14-4-1) vs. Weber St. (10-4-5)
Ole Miss (15-5-2) vs. Jackson. St. (10-9-2)
No. 1 Florida St. (18-1-3) vs. South Ala. (13-5-2)