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Global Apr 18, 2017

Avaya Stadium to host NCAA Women’s College Cup in 2019, 2021

SAN JOSE, California (Via San Jose Earthquakes) – Avaya Stadium has been selected to host the Division I Women’s Soccer College Cup in 2019 and 2021, the NCAA announced today. The event will also be co-hosted by the West Coast Conference and the San Jose Sports Authority.

“The Earthquakes are proud that the NCAA has once again selected Avaya Stadium to host this great event,” said Earthquakes Chief Operating Officer Jared Shawlee. “We would like to thank the West Coast Conference and the San Jose Sports Authority for their hard work on the bid and for helping bring another great event to the City of San Jose. With the success of the tournament here last year, we’re excited provide our community more opportunities to watch these talented athletes.”

The most recent version of the tournament was also played at Avaya Stadium, with both semifinals and the final at the home of the San Jose Earthquakes. The University of Southern California defeated the University of West Virginia 3-1 in front of more than 6,500 fans during the championship game last December.

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