NJCAA Region XIII Women's Soccer Tournament Information

NJCAA Region XIII Women's Soccer Tournament Information

Rochester, MN-

The Region XIII women's soccer tournament field has been set and the competition will begin on October 19th. 

The Regional Rankings are as follows:
1.      Anoka-Ramsey Community College  (7-2-0)
2.      Lake Superior College  (3-7-1)
3.      Rochester Community & Technical College (2-7-1)
On October 19th Lake Superior College will host Rochester Community & Technical College in Duluth. The semi-final contest will be at the NBC Spartan Sports Complex (Superior HS) in Superior, WI with a 6:00 pm kick-off scheduled.
The winner of the October 19th matchup will return to action on October  22nd when they travel to Anoka-Ramsey Commuity College for a match in Coon Rapids, with a Noon kickoff. 
The Region XIII champion will host the NJCAA District C contest against the Region IV champion on October 28th.  

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