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Women's Soccer - Sat, Nov. 2, 2013

On the last day of the regular season, Concordia won its first-ever regular GSAC women's soccer championship and will be the top seed in the upcoming GSAC Championship Tournament.  NAIA No. 8-ranked Concordia is unbeaten on the season with a record of 14-0-3 overall, 9-0-1 in GSAC play.

Concordia's only conference tie came against also unbeaten No. 2-seed Westmont, which has an identical overall record and had one more tie in GSAC play for an 8-0-2 conference record.  Defending GSAC Champion and Vanguard is the No. 3-seed, followed by The Master's College in the fourth slot.  Biola and San Diego Christian finished the season tied.  San Diego Christian will make its first-ever GSAC tournament appearance as the No. 5 seed by virtue of a 2-0 win over No. 6-seed Biola earlier in the season. 

The first round will be on Tuesday, Nov. 5, with Vanguard hosting Biola and The Master's hosting San Diego Christian.  The top two seeds will receive a first round bye.  In the semifinals on Friday, November 8, Concordia will host the lowest remaining seed and NAIA No. 3-ranked Westmont will host the highest remaining seed.  The championship game will be hosted by the highest remaining seed on Friday, November 15. 

For the complete playoff schedule and results, go to 2013 GSAC Women's Soccer Tournament or use the Schedules link on the women's soccer page of the GSAC site.