With semifinal action set to begin just up the road from Fuquay Varina this Friday, November 6 at the Wake Med Soccer Park in Cary, the sports fan under the roof of your new house at the South Lakes new home community is only minutes away from the best collegiate level action in the nation at the 2015 ACC Women’s Soccer Championship.
The most competitive and highly ranked conference in all of NCAA Division 1 Women’s Soccer this season, the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), will see it’s final four competitors do battle this weekend at WakeMed Soccer Park for the rights to call themselves the 2015 champion. Boasting two schools (Virginia and Florida State) that have each spent time at number one in the polls this year and another five universities (Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Clemson, Boston College, and Notre Dame) that have been among the nation’s top fifteen rankings in the polls for the majority of the season, this weekend’s action figures to be highly competitive and unpredictable, coming right down to Sunday afternoon’s ACC Women’s Soccer Championship game.
In addition to the aforementioned University of North Carolina Tar Heels having a great chance at making it to Cary for the ACC Women’s Soccer Championship, another Triangle area squad, the Duke University Blue Devils have also spent time in the top twenty of the polls this season and surely could figure into the “final four.” While they have experienced a disappointing fall season, the North Carolina State Wolfpack will also be involved in tournament play, hoping to ride a hot streak into the Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Championship at WakeMed Soccer Park this weekend that could make the regular season struggles an afterthought.
Semifinal play at WakeMed Park for the 2015 ACC Women’s Soccer Championship begins at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, with the number four seeded team taking the field against the top remaining seed in tournament play. Immediately following that game, the second and third seeded squads will play with the winner’s of each contest moving on to vie for the 2015 ACC Women’s Soccer Championship. The title game will be nationally televised on ESPNU and will start at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday.
For all details on the 2015 Atlantic Coast Coneference Women’s Soccer Championship at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, including ticket information, visit www.theacc.com.