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Upcoming Must-Watch NCAA Action: Female Fall Sports

November and December are loaded with Division I college sports, especially women’s sports. Conference tournaments for soccer, field hockey, volleyball, and cross country are taking place throughout the month. The entire Division I NCAA field hockey tournament takes place in November, and most of the Division I volleyball and soccer tournaments take place in November/December. We’ve put together the need-to-know information for you. 

Division I Field Hockey Championship 

When: November 19-21, 2021

Where: Phyllis Ocker Field in Ann Arbor, Michigan

How to watch: Semifinals on ESPN+, Championship Game on ESPNU

The University of Michigan will have the opportunity to host the 2021 Division I Field Hockey Championship after losing to University of North Carolina in last year’s National Championship Game. The semi finals will take place on November 19 and will be livestreamed on ESPN+. The 2021 National Championship Game will be held on Sunday, November 21 and streamed on ESPNU. All three games will be streamed through ESPN. 

2021 DI Women’s College Cup

When: December 3-5, 2021

Where: Stevens Stadium in Santa Clara, California

How to watch: ESPNU

Santa Clara University will host the 2021 Women’s College Cup after taking home the National Championship title last season. The semi finals of the College Cup will be held on December 3, and the National Championship Game will take place on December 5, both at Stevens Stadium. The game will be nationally televised on ESPNU, with broadcast information updated as the cup progresses.

2021 DI Women’s Volleyball Championship

When: December 16-18. 2021

Where: Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio

How to Watch: Semifinals on ESPN; Championship on ESPN2

Ohio State University will host the 2021 Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship. The University of Kentucky won last season’s championship, defeating University of Texas in the championship match. The semifinals will take place on December 16 at Nationwide Arena and will be broadcast on ESPN, and the finals will be held on December 18 and broadcast on ESPN2


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