The top four Division I soccer teams in the nation descend on Cary this weekend, as the 2015 NCAA Women’s College Cup comes to town!
Experience all this soccer action live, as four teams become two and one final national champion is declared, all at Cary’s own WakeMed Soccer Park, 201 Soccer Park Drive.
This 34th annual championship event is co-hosted by the Town of Cary and by nearby Campbell University.
The road to these championship match-ups has been a long one, but from the original field of 64 teams, here are the contenders:
Florida State, defending champion
Semifinal matches will be Rutgers versus Penn State on Friday, Dec. 4 at 5 p.m., followed by Duke versus FSU at 7:30 p.m.
The winners of each game will face off in the national championship match, set for Sunday, Dec. 6 at noon.
Games are played rain or shine.
Weekend passes are $50 and include general admission to three semifinal and final games and parking for both days. Single-session tickets are also available for $30 a ticket for the semifinals and $20 a ticket for the championship.
Passes can be purchased at ncaa.com/womenscollegecup and printed at home.