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Posted on November 11, 2014

UPDATE: Nov. 16, 2014

The women’s soccer team’s season ended after the Vulcans were outscored 4-2 in penalty kicks following a 2-2 tie at West Chester in a second-round NCAA Division II Tournament game on Nov. 16. 

Janelle McCann and Chelsea Crockett scored for the Vulcans in the 29th and 87th minutes, respectively, of regulation time.

Women's soccer finishes the season with a 12-4-6 final overall record.


UPDATE: Nov. 14, 2014

By virtue of a 4-1 edge in the shootout, Cal U’s women’s soccer team advanced past Kutztown in a first round NCAA Division II Tournament game contested at West Chester University.

Senior Jordan Gray’s unassisted goal gave Cal U a 1-0 lead nearly 29 minutes into the game, but Kutztown tied the game with just 3:51 remaining in regulation play.

The teams played two scoreless, 10-minute overtimes before the shootout. The game counts as a tie for both teams.

The sixth-seeded Vulcans are now 12-4-5 overall. Cal U advances to the NCAA second round against host West Chester on Nov. 16, beginning at noon.


Original story: Nov. 11, 2014

California University of Pennsylvania's women’s soccer team has received a bid to the NCAA Division II Tournament. The sixth-seeded Vulcans (12-4-4) will play a first-round game against Kutztown University Nov. 14 at West Chester, beginning at noon. 

Coached by Glenn Francis, Cal U is making its sixth consecutive appearance in the NCAA Division II Tournament. The women advanced to the national quarterfinals in 2011 and in 2009.

Last week at the conference tournament Cal U defeated Slippery Rock at home before losing at eventual PSAC champion East Stroudsburg in the semifinals. 

The winner of the California-Kutztown game will face the second seed, host West Chester (16-2-1), in the second round at noon Nov. 16.

East Stroudsburg is hosting the other first two rounds of the Atlantic Regional competition.

The finalists in the Atlantic region will square off in the third and quarterfinal rounds on Nov. 21 and 23 at the home field of the highest remaining seed in the Atlantic Region. 

The NCAA Division II national semifinals and championship matches are scheduled for Dec. 4 and 6 at Owsley B. Frazier Stadium in Louisville, Ky.

California University Women's soccer team huddles on the field.