This won’t help any notions of East Coast bias. All four No. 1 seeds in the NCAA Division I tournament belong to Atlantic Coast Conference teams — Virginia, Virginia Tech, North Carolina and ACC champions Florida State.
UCLA (17-1-2) misses out on a top seed despite winning the Pac-12 and being ranked No. 2 in both the NSCAA and Top Drawer Soccer poll. Should both teams advance that far, UCLA will have to face North Carolina in the quarterfinals.
Here’s the full bracket, released on Monday. The tournament begins on Friday, with the College Cup semifinals on Dec. 6 and final on Dec. 8.
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