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2018 WAC Women's Soccer Tournament Bracket Announced

2018 WAC Women's Soccer Tournament Bracket Announced

2018 WAC Women's Soccer Tournament Bracket

 - The Western Athletic Conference has announced the bracket for the 2018 WAC Women's Soccer Tournament on Oct. 31, Nov. 2 and 4 at Utah Valley's Clyde Field in Orem, Utah.

Kansas City is the top seed after finishing first in the regular season standings with a 7-1-0 record. The Roos are led by Rylan Childers with 10 goals, 14 assists and 34 points. Kelsey Mothershead has also tallied 10 goals, eight assists and 28 points for Kansas City.

Seattle U is the second seed, finishing the regular season with a record of 5-1-1 in WAC play. The Redhawks tied for second place in the WAC standings but held the tiebreaker because they handed Kansas City its only WAC loss of the season. Jessie Ray leads Seattle U with seven goals and six assists this season.

The third seed went to UT Rio Grande Valley, which held off NM State in overtime on decision day, 3-2. Emily Zapata leads the Vaqueros and the WAC with 11 goals.

Grand Canyon is the fourth seed. McKenzie Cook and Camryn Larson have six goals each for the Lopes.

The fifth seed goes to Utah Valley, the host of this year's tournament. The Wolverines were tied in the standings with CSU Bakersfield, but held the tiebreaker because they defeated the 'Runners in head-to-head action. UVU is led by Sadie Brockbank with seven goals and 16 points.

CSU Bakersfield is the sixth seed. Aminah Settles leads the 'Runners with eight goals and four assists.

The tournament begins on Oct. 31 with the first of two first-round matches at noon local time. All matches will be shown live on the WAC Digital Network at as well as Amazon Fire TV, Android TV and Roku devices.

2018 WAC Women's Soccer Tournament
Utah Valley | Clyde Field | Orem, Utah

Wednesday, Oct. 31
Match One: No. 3 UT Rio Grande Valley vs. No. 6 CSU Bakersfield, noon
Match Two: No. 4 Grand Canyon vs. No. 5 Utah Valley, 3 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 2
Match Three: No. 2 Seattle U vs. Winner Match One, 3 p.m.
Match Four: No. 1 Kansas City vs. Winner Match Two, 6 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 4
Match Five: Winner Match Three vs. Winner Match Four, 1 p.m.