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Big Ten CommunicationsPublished: 10/22/2023, Last updated: 3/15/2024
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2023 Big Ten Women’s Soccer Tournament Bracket Released

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ROSEMONT, Ill. – With the conclusion of today’s conference matches, the field is set for the 2023 Big Ten Women’s Soccer Tournament. The eight-team, single-elimination tournament will begin on Sunday, Oct. 29 with four quarterfinal matches on campus sites. The action will move to Field in Columbus, Ohio for the semifinals and championship rounds on Nov. 2 and 5, respectively.

Michigan State and Nebraska shared the Big Ten title after posting matching 7-1-2 conference records, earning both programs their second conference titles. By virtue of a tiebreaker, Michigan State claimed the number one seed, with the Cornhuskers securing the number two spot.

Michigan State will play host to No. 8 seed Iowa (3-4-3 Big Ten) in Sunday’s quarterfinal round, while fourth-seeded Penn State will welcome No. 5 seed Indiana (6-2-2) to State College, Pa.

Nebraska and No. 7 seed Ohio State (5-4-1) will meet in Lincoln, Neb., with No 3 seed Wisconsin and No. 6 seed Rutgers squaring off in Madison, Wis. to complete the bracket.

One of Sunday’s four quarterfinal matches, along with both semifinals and the championship will be broadcast on Big Ten Network and can be streamed via the web, smartphones, tablets and connected devices through the FOX Sports App, while the three remaining first round games can be found on B1G+.

Start times for Sunday’s quarterfinal round matches will be announced later this week.

This year’s Big Ten Tournament Champion will earn the conference’s automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament. Follow all the Big Ten Tournament action at and on Twitter @B1GSoccer.