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Live updates: 2023 DI men's soccer championship

Stanford vs. Marshall: 2023 NCAA men's soccer tournament extended highlights
5:30 pm, November 26, 2023

Quarterfinal schedule, third-round results ⬇️

Notre Dame vs. Western Michigan: Full PKs in 2023 NCAA men's soccer tournament

The 2023 DI men's soccer quarterfinals are set. Games will take place on Dec. 2 at 2 p.m. ET, 5 p.m. ET and 6 p.m. ET. Below are the matchups: 

Saturday, Dec. 2

  • No. 5 West Virginia vs. LMU (CA), 2 p.m.
  • No. 3 North Carolina vs. Oregon State, 5 p.m. 
  • No. 2 Notre Dame vs. Indiana, 5 p.m. 
  • No. 9 Clemson vs. No. 16 Stanford, 6 p.m.

The third round of the 2023 NCAA men's soccer tournament wrapped up on Sunday with five games. Check out the latest bracket and scores here.

All games listed in Eastern Time and available for live stream on ESPN+

Sunday, Nov. 26

Saturday, Nov. 25

12:36 am, November 27, 2023

Back to back PK shootouts 🥶

UNC advances

Tar Heels score a late equalizer to survive until PKs

Down 2-1 at the half after a backline gaffe gifted Hofstra a go-ahead goal, the Heels trailed until the 85th minute where forward Martin Vician netted the equalizer to keep the game alive. Locked in a standstill through both overtime periods, Vician's header was enough to send the game into a PK shootout where a massive save from Andrew Cordes gave UNC the advantage they needed to outshoot Hofstra.

No. 2 Notre Dame shatters a scoreless match with perfect PK performance

After 110 minutes of scoreless snowy play, the Fighting Irish prevailed with five perfect PK shots and a huge save to end Western Michigan's enthralling run into the tournament. 

8:25 pm, November 26, 2023

Stanford knocks out No. 1 Marshall in huge 3-0 upset 🥊

Stanford men's soccer

The top-seeded Thundering Herd fell to No. 16 Stanford in a devastating 3-0 loss in front of a packed home crowd. In the first meeting between the two programs, the Cardinal managed only three shots on goal but netted each of them scoring one early in the match and two in the second half. Despite the low number of shots, Stanford was the better team today defending as a unit, capitalizing on counters and demonstrating expert ball movement in the attacking third. The three Cardinal goals came from different players but the second from junior Will Reilly is a testament to the team's concerted effort all match.

The monumental victory halts a historic season for the Herd that saw a 12-game win streak, a program high in shutouts and many career-high performances. With the victory, Stanford advances to the quarterfinals with a shot at making the 2023 College Cup in Louisville, KY as they take on the winner of No. 9 Clemson vs. No. 8 New Hampshire.

8:06 pm, November 26, 2023

The Hoosiers dance on 🕺🕺

Hoosiers blank No. 7 Virginia with an early goal

Indiana lives to see another day. In their last first meeting since 2000, the Hoosiers netted a goal in the 11th minute to give them an edge against No. 7 Virginia ultimately toughing out a 1-0 victory. Freshman Collins Oduro surged into the six-yard box to get an inside of the foot tap-in off a cross from Maouloune Goumballe. 

6:40 pm, November 26, 2023

No. 1 Marshall down early 👀

One shot, one goal. No. 16 Stanford scores off their first shot of the game to take the lead over No. 1 Marshall in the 15th minute of the round-of-sixteen match.

2:56 am, November 26, 2023

Oregon State makes highest-scoring outing of the tournament 🤯

Lethal shooting by the Oregon State Beavers marked the most dominant game of the 2023 men's soccer tournament so far. Arnau Farnos opened the floodgates to equalize No. 6 SMU's early goal by sinking one in just outside of the box. Dante Williams and Logan Farrington were relentless against the Mustangs, each bagging two goals on a combined 13 shots. Vicente Castro and Ellis Spikner added to the fun with goals of their own — for both players, it was their fourth of the season — en route to a whopping 7-1 victory over No. 6 SMU.

9:51 pm, November 25, 2023

Intense moments from the third round 🫣

Vermont closing the gap...and WVU's late game-winning response 🎯

No. 5 West Virginia scored in the first few minutes of the match only to head into the locker room tied one apiece. Surrounded by five West Virginia defenders, Catamount forward Carter Johnson found himself a window to send a left-footed rocket into the back of the net to equalize the match in the 31st minute. 

Despite several chances on both ends of the pitch, the second half remained at a standstill until a chaotic final ten minutes where the Mountaineers scored and defended a stellar game-winning header. Junior defender Max Broughton found himself in the perfect position to nod in just his second goal of the season and give the Mountaineers the go-ahead point to advance to the quarterfinals. The victory wouldn't have been possible though, without two massive saves from WVU goalie Jackson Lee to defend the lead in the last few minutes of play.
4:00 am, November 20, 2023
7:04 pm, November 19, 2023

Second round highlights ✨

Vermont beats out No. 12 UCF in OT

Another seeded team is out of the tournament. This time, it was Vermont delivering the blow. After taking the lead in the first half and then again in the second, a late UCF goal sent the game into an unexpected overtime. The Catamounts wasted no time in breaking away with this third and final golazo.

Indiana scores OT stunner to topple No. 10 Wake Forest 🚨

After reaching a 2-2 stalemate at the end of regular time, the Patrick-Hugo connection struck for a second time. First in the 50th minute to equalize 1-1 and again to break away in OT, Patrick McDonald served Hugo Bacharach a ball into the Deacs' box to add a Hoosier point to the scoreboard. The second time around Bacharach flicked in the delivery with his back heel to score a stunning game-winner over No. 10 Wake Forest.

Indiana becomes the third squad today to knock out a seeded team and will be advancing to the round of sixteen for a ninth consecutive season.

Charlie Sharp downs No. 15 Duke in OT game-winner 🤩

Duke is out, Broncos move on! Western Michigan's nation-leading goal scorer Charlie Sharp delivered an insane game-winning header to take down the No. 15 Duke Blue Devils in the two programs' first-ever meeting. The game was locked at one a-piece at the end of regular time with the Broncos equalizing late in the second half. Sharp's OT header marks his 19th of the season and 7th game-winner. 

Virginia with the overtime BIKE 🚲

Two words. Leo Afonso. The senior delivered both goals for the Cavaliers' 2-1 OT win over Florida International and he did so in epic flipping fashion. Literally. He flipped his foot over his head to connect with the ball mid-air and boost the Hoos to the third round of the tournament. 

James Madison shuts out No. 4 Georgetown 😵

James Madison avenged an early regular season loss against the Hoyas and capitalized off a PK in the 39th minute to take down the Hoyas. The huge upset marks the Hoyas as the first seeded team to be knocked out of the tournament. 

4:58 am, November 17, 2023

Second round schedule and results ⬇️

OSU men's soccer 2023

The 2023 DI men's soccer tournament kicked off on Thursday, Nov. 16 with 16 first-round matches that delivered unthinkable game-winners, three-minute comebacks, historic wins and more. Those highlights are down below. The winners of Thursday's games advance to face the 16 national seeds on Sunday, Nov. 19 in the second round. See the full schedule of second round matches below.

You can stream every game live on ESPN+.

➡️ BRACKET: Printable and interactive

*All times ET

Sunday, Nov. 19 | Second round

James Madison 1, No. 4 Georgetown 0
No. 1 Marshall 3, Cal Baptist 0
No. 7 Virginia 2, FIU 0 (2OT)
Western Michigan 2, No. 15 Duke 1
No. 5 West Virginia 1, Louisville 0
No. 8 New Hampshire 3, Syracuse 0
No. 2 Notre Dame 2, Kentucky 0 
No. 3 North Carolina 2, Memphis 0
Indiana 3, No. 10 Wake Forest 2 (2OT) 
Vermont 3, No. 12 UCF 2
No. 14 Hofstra 2, Yale 0
No. 9 Clemson 3, Charlotte at 0
No. 6 SMU 2, Denver 1
Oregon State 3, No. 11 Portland 0 
LMU (CA) 1, No. 13 UCLA 0
No. 16 Stanford 3, Missouri State 1

First round outcomes

Tap or click the first-round matchups below for a look at the goal-scorers and stats that made it happen. 
Western Michigan 3, Green Bay 0
Denver 2, LIU 1 
Yale 1, Bryant 0
Indiana 2, Lipscomb 1
Syracuse 3, Boston U. 1
Vermont 3, Rider 1
Charlotte 1, High Point 0
Florida International 1, Mercer 0
Louisville 4, Dayton 3
James Madison 3, Pittsburgh 2 
Kentucky 2, Xavier 0
Missouri State 1, Omaha 0
Memphis 2, SIUE 1
Oregon State 2, Seattle U. 1 (2OT) 
LMU 4, UC Irvine 2
Cal Baptist 1, San Diego 1 (PK 3-2)

1:48 am, November 17, 2023

More wild moments from opening night 🤩

Memphis claims first NCAA Tournament win

Memphis gets its first NCAA tournament win in program history on a brace from captain, Lineker Rodrigues dos Santos
who's propeled the Tigers to a 2-1 win over the only undefeated team in the field, SIU Edwardsville. The two goals extend dos Santos's season total to 14 in the team's first back-to-back tournament appearance. 

The goal-fest award goes to Louisville vs. Dayton (4-3)🏅

Talk about a high-scoring thriller. Three-all at the half, a Louisville diving header to cap it off and four players earning their first goal of the season. Both teams racked up points in shameless fashion with Dayton's Logan Brown delivering this showstopper to level the score early on and earn his first goal of the season.

Louisville senior Bryce Lebel claimed his first of the season to give the Cards the equalizer before heading into the locker rooms at the half. It was Brandon McManus who gave Louisville the final lead early in the second period to solidify a spot in the second round against No. 5 seed West Virginia. 

Yale's last-minute game-winner— from the HALF

Yale earned its first NCAA tournament win since 1999 in the very last minutes of an otherwise scoreless match against Bryant. Junior Max Rogers launched this rocket of a shot from the half, catching the Bryant goalkeeper off his line and boosting the Bulldogs to victory. 

Denver's 3-minute turnaround 🤯

Moments lead to goals, lead to equalizers that lead to wins. It took Denver three minutes to turn the game on its head and beat Long Island 2-1 to earn a chance to face No. 6 seed SMU in the second round.

12:10 am, November 17, 2023

An unbelievable first half from the defending champs 🍊

Syracuse is BACK and the lads are using their heads. After going down 1-0 to Boston U. early in the match, the Orange turned around to deliver three header goals before the halftime whistle — two of them in the span of a minute. This set-piece set up sophomore Nicholas Kaloukian to nod in the equalizer and kick the defending champs in motion. 

Ten minutes later, it was Josh Belluz's head connecting with the ball to earn the go-ahead goal, and under a minute later, Kaloukian jumped for a second time giving Syracuse a 3-1 lead after a remarkable first-half turnaround. 

The Orange defended well in the second half sticking out the 3-1 lead to advance to the second round where they'll face No. 8 seed New Hampshire.

8:25 pm, November 16, 2023

WMU wins tournament opener behind Sharp hat trick 🎩

Western Michigan opened up the DI men's soccer tournament with a 3-0 win over Green Bay to advance to play No. 15 seed Duke in Saturday's second round. The nation's leading goal scorer Charlie Sharp played up to his title, netting all three of the game's goals.

Follow the rest of Thursday's first-round scores here and catch every game live on ESPN+.

6:18 pm, November 13, 2023

Championship field revealed 🚨

The 48-team field and bracket for the 2023 NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Championship were announced today by the NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Committee, which awarded the tournament’s No. 1 seed to Marshall (17-2).

The No. 2 seed is 2013 national champion Notre Dame (11-2-4), while two-time national champion North Carolina (10-3-6) and 2019 national champion Georgetown (13-2-3) are the No. 3 and No. 4 seeds.

Indiana (12-4-4) and UCLA (9-3-5) will both be making their 48th appearance as the Hoosiers extend their streak to 37 consecutive tournament berths. Only one school will be making its tournament debut as Bryant (16-1-2) earns its first championship appearance as the winner of the America East Conference.

Last season’s national champion, Syracuse (8-4-7), returns to the tournament for the ninth time as its bid to repeat opens at home with a first-round match-up against Boston U. (12-3-4).

➡️ BRACKET: Printable and interactive

➡️ Click or tap here to see the full list of qualifiers

6:11 pm, November 10, 2023

Selection show: How to watch 🔜

College Cup Ball

The 2023 DI men's soccer selection show will air Monday, Nov. 13 at 1 p.m. ET here, live on The complete tournament field will be posted here shortly after it is unveiled.

🗓️ When: Monday, Nov. 13 at 1 p.m. ET
📺 Where: show will be streamed on and at the top of this page.
Click for confirmed automatic qualifiers

The first round of the tournament is set to start on Thursday, Nov. 16 across multiple locations, while the championship game will be Monday, Dec. 11 at 6 p.m. ET in Louisville, KY.