Covenant Women In USA South Soccer Semifinals

Sunday, October 29, 2017

The 2017 USA South Athletic Conference Women's Soccer tournament's quarterfinal round took began on Saturday, and concluded on Sunday, on the campuses of the higher-seeded teams in the matchups. Just two of the higher-seeded divisional seeds made it through.


25pt; margin-left: 0in;">The tournament will now shift to the campus of Maryville College for the semifinals and finals on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 3-4. The fourth-seed from the East, Methodist, will take on the third-seed from the West, Covenant, in the opening game. Host and top-seed from the West, Maryville, will then battle the second-seed from the East, Meredith, in game two.

2017 USA South Women's Soccer Tournament Schedule (all times EST)


First Round - Wednesday, October 25 (played at higher-seed)
Game 1: #5 East-Ferrum - 0#4 East-Methodist - 1
Game 2: #6 East-N.C. Wesleyan - 2#3 East-Greensboro - 1
Game 3: #5 West-Agnes Scott - 1#4 West-Huntingdon - 2
Game 4: #6 West-Wesleyan - 0#3 West-Covenant - 2


Quarterfinals - Saturday, October 28 (played at higher seed)
Game 5: #4 East-Methodist - 4#1 East-Salem - 2
Game 6: #6 East-N.C. Wesleyan - 0#2 East-Meredith - 1
Game 7: #3 West-Covenant - 1#2 West-Piedmont - 1 (Covenant advances on PKs, 4-3)

Quarterfinals - Sunday, October 29 (played at higher seed)
Game 8: #4 West-Huntingdon - 2#1 West-Maryville - 3 (ot)


Semifinals -Friday, November 3 (played at Maryville)
#4 East-Methodist vs. #3 West-Covenant -4:00pm
#2 East-Meredith vs. #1 West-Maryville -7:00pm


Final -Saturday, November 4 (played at Maryville)
Semifinal Winners -6:00pm

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