The business end of the college soccer season is nigh and a handful of Florida-based programs are primed to make runs at national championships.

Florida State (15-4), the reigning Division I national champion, will play in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament semifinal this afternoon against Virginia (15-0-3).

Flagler College celebrates Charlene Nowotny’s 59th minute goal during a Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019 win over Florida Southern. Nowotny scored two goals in Flagler’s 5-0 win. (Photo by Will Brown)

Virginia and BYU (17-0-1) are the only undefeated teams at the Division I level. Across all NCAA divisions — a number that includes 1,033 programs — there are nine undefeated teams.

Flagler is a Division II program in the Peach Belt Conference. The Saints (15-0-1) have an opportunity to win the conference title outright on Saturday afternoon against Francis Marion (8-7-1).

NCAA Unbeatens

School Record Division (Conference)
Virginia 15-0-3 Division I (Atlantic Coast)
Brigham Young 17-0-1 Division I (West Coast)
University of Colorado-
Colorado Springs
17-0-0 Division II
(Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference)
Flagler 15-0-1 Division II (Peach Belt)
Mount Olive 11-0-3 Division II (Conference Carolinas)
Dallas Baptist 13-0-2 Division II (Lone Star)
Centre 19-0 Division III (Southern Athletic Association)
Randolph-Macon 19-0 Division III
Old Dominion Athletic Conference)
University of Pittsburg
at Greensburg
18-0-1 Division III
(Allegheny Mountain Athletic Conference)

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *