1999 NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Championship

The 1999 NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Championship was the 28th annual tournament held by the NCAA to determine the top men’s Division IIcollege soccer program in the United States.

Football tournament season

1999 NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Championship
Country  United States
Teams 16
Champions Southern Connecticut
(6th title, 8th final)
Runners-up Fort Lewis
(1st final)
Matches played 15
Goals scored 42 (2.8 per match)
Attendance 8,925 (595 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Paul Oyuga,
Southern Conn. (3)
Per Ole Tenden,
Charleston (WV) (3)
Avi Scabini,
Southern Conn. (2)
Best player T.J. Delucia,
Southern Conn. (Defense)
Brad Greenwood,
Fort Lewis (Offense)
1998
2000

All statistics correct as of 11/16/2019.

Undefeated defending champions Southern Connecticut State (20-0) defeated Fort Lewis, 2–1, in the tournament final, after two overtime periods. This was the second consecutive and sixth overall national title for the Owls, who were coached by Tom Lang.[1]

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First Round
*Campus sites
Quarterfinals
*Campus sites
Semifinals
*Campus sites
Final
December 5
Miami Shores, FL
                       
* Southern Conn. 2
N.H. College 0
* Southern Conn. 3(4OT)
Southampton 2
* Southampton 2(3OT)
East Stroudsburg 1
Southern Conn. 1
Charleston (WV) 0
* Truman State 2
IPFW 3(OT)
IPFW 0
* Charleston (WV) 5
* Charleston (WV) 3
W.V. Wesleyan 1
Southern Conn. 2(2OT)
Fort Lewis 1
* Lynn 0
Barry 1(OT)
* Barry 2
Queens (NC) 1
* Wingate 0
Queens (NC) 2
Barry 0
Fort Lewis 2
* Fort Lewis 1(PK)
St. Edward’s (TX) 1
* Fort Lewis 2
UC Davis 1
* Seattle Pacific 0
UC Davis 1

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