2017 NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
2017 NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championship
Country United States
Teams18
ChampionsConnecticut
Runners-upMaryland
Matches played17
Goals scored70 (4.12 per match)
2016
2018

The 2017 NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championship is the 37th annual tournament organized by the NCAA, to determine the national champion of Division I women's college field hockey in the United States.

The semifinals and championship match will be played at Trager Stadium at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky from November 17 to 19, 2017.[1]

Qualified teams[edit]

  • A total of 18 teams qualified for the 2017 tournament, the same number of teams as 2016. 10 teams received automatic bids by winning their conference tournaments and an additional 8 teams earned at-large bids based on their regular season records.[2]

Bracket[edit]

  Opening round
November 8, 2017
Campus sites
First round
November 11, 2017
Campus sites
Second round
November 12, 2017
Campus sites
Semifinals
November 17, 2017
Louisville, Kentucky
Trager Stadium
Championship
November 19, 2017
Louisville, Kentucky
Trager Stadium
                                               
       
  1 Connecticut* 3  
    Boston University 1  
Fairfield 0
Boston University* 5  
  1 Connecticut* 4  
  Penn State 3  
       
       
  Delaware 1
    Penn State* 2 (OT)  
     
       
  1 Connecticut* 2  
  4 North Carolina 1  
       
       
  Virginia* 2
    Princeton 3 (OT)  
     
       
  Princeton 2
  4 North Carolina* 3  
       
       
  Saint Joseph's (PA) 0
    4 North Carolina* 4  
     
       
  1 Connecticut 2
  Maryland 1


       
  3 Michigan* 1 (OT)  
    Syracuse 0  
     
       
  3 Michigan* 3  
  Northwestern 0  
       
       
  Louisville 2
    Northwestern* 3 (OT)  
     
       
  3 Michigan 1
  Maryland* 5  
       
       
  Maryland* 2
    Wake Forest 0  
     
       
  Maryland 3
  Duke* 2  
Stanford* 1  
Miami (OH) 2  
  Miami (OH) 2
    2 Duke* 4  
     

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2014-18 NCAA Championship Sites". Ncaa.com. Retrieved 2015-09-01.
  2. ^ "UConn, Duke claim top seeds in Division I Field Hockey Championship bracket". Ncaa.com. Retrieved 2017-11-07.