Arkansas vs Rutgers Women's Soccer Live Stream - Division I Women's Soccer Quarterfinal

Arkansas vs Rutgers Women's Soccer Live Stream - Division I Women's Soccer Quarterfinal

The NCAA soccer postseason is here, and in the ladies' division, the field is down to only eight schools. On Friday, November 26, Final Four semi-last round the following end of the week at Yurcak Field (Fans encouraged to wear black for a blackout).

No. 1 seed Rutgers enters the matchup 19-3-1 generally speaking. Most as of late, Rutgers crushed TCU 5-4 in extra shots after the game finished guideline tied 1-1 in the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 on Nov. 21. No. 2 seed Arkansas comes into the match 19-4 generally speaking. On Nov. 21, Arkansas beat Notre Dame 3-2 in the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16.

  • What: Arkansas vs Rutgers
  • When: Friday, November 26, 2021 @ 7 p.m.
  • Where: Yurcak Field (Fans encouraged to wear black for a blackout)
  • TV Broadcast: B1G+ (Webstreaming)

Arkansas vs Rutgers Women's Soccer Live Stream

The ACC Network will broadcast the Elite 8 match between Santa Clara and Duke on their ACC Extra platform this Friday. The channel is only available with a qualifying television package, and depending on where you are at, finding access to the game may be difficult. In this case, we recommend you check out B1G+ (Webstreaming).

The game will be streamed on Big Ten Network-Plus and can be accessed via BigTenPlus.com or via the B1G+ app or FoxSports app (login may be required).

Arkansas vs Rutgers in NCAA Women’s College Preview

This season, he led the Scarlet Knights to a 10-0 conference record and the school’s first Big Ten team championship in any sport, as nine players earned all-league honors and O’Neill was named coach of the year.

The Razorback face a Rutgers team ranked fifth in the country. Rutgers went undefeated in winning the Big Ten regular-season title, but lost 1-0 to Michigan in the final of the conference tournament. The Scarlet Knights (19-3-1), who are a No. 1 seed, got past TCU on penalty kicks 1-1 (5-4) on Sunday to advance to the Elite Eight.

Arkansas is tied for second in the country in averaging 3.00 goals per game. They outshot Notre Dame, a top ten team, 23-9 so their offensive attack is relentless. Rutgers is 10th nationally at 2.70 goals per game. The difference is defensively, as RU is 16th nationally with a .603 goals against average. The Razorbacks are 78th nationally with a 0.950 goals against average.

A key matchup will be with Parker Goins, the SEC Midfielder of the Year, and Frankie Tagliaferri, the Big Ten Midfielder of the Year. Controlling pace and possession will be key in this game and these two players will be heavily involved in that outcome.