2019 WAC Women's Soccer Tournament

November 6, 8 & 10 | #WACwsoc

Tournament Central

WAC Women's Soccer Tournament Seattle

2019 WAC Women's Soccer All-Tournament Team
Linsdey Prokop, Kansas City
Claire Larson, Kansas City
Kinga Szemik, UT Rio Grande Valley
Emily Zapata, UT Rio Grande Valley
Amber Tripp, Utah Valley
Katie Haskins, Utah Valley
Jocelyn Bybee, Utah Valley
Leahi Manthei, Seattle U
Holly Rothering, Seattle U
Lauren Brown, Seattle U
MVP:Jessie Ray, Seattle U

Tournament Bracket

Nov. 6, 8 & 10 | Championship Field | Seattle


Match 1 - Quarterfinals
November 6, 2019 Final - PK Away
#5 UT Rio Grande Valley
#4 CSU Bakersfield
UTRGV advances in PK shootout, 2-0
Match 2 - Quarterfinals
November 6, 2019 Final
#6 Grand Canyon
#3 Kansas City
Match 3 - Semifinals
November 8, 2019 Final
#5 UT Rio Grande Valley
#1 Seattle U
Match 4 - Semifinals
November 8, 2019 Final
#3 Kansas City
#2 Utah Valley
Match 5 - Finals
November 10, 2019 Final - OT
#2 Utah Valley
#1 Seattle U

All Times Local/Subject to Change


CSU Bakersfield Roadrunners

Grand Canyon Lopes

Seattle U Redhawks

UT Rio Grande Valley Vaqueros

Utah Valley Wolverines


Championship Field • Seattle

Seattle U will host the 2019 WAC Women’s Soccer Tournament on Nov. 6, 8 and 10.

Seattle University

Seattle University, founded in 1891, is a Jesuit Catholic university located on 50 acres in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. More than 7,200 students are enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs within eight schools and colleges. Seattle University is consistently ranked among the top 10 universities in the West by U.S. News & World Report and included in The Princeton Review’s Best Colleges guide. In the past 15 years, Seattle University has invested more than $200 million to build and renovate facilities. Thanks to a successful capital campaign, the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons was opened in September 2010, vastly improving the student’s access to new technology as a means of enhancing their education. In September 2011, a new fitness center and a new residence hall were dedicated, and in May of 2019, Seattle U broke ground on the Center for Science and Innovation – the university’s largest-ever capital project. Seattle U prides itself on its commitment to social justice, community service, and sustainability.