No. 4 Louisville gets bye in NCAA men's soccer tournament

No. 4 Louisville gets bye in NCAA men's soccer tournament
Head Coach Ken Lolla (Source: WAVE 3 News)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – The bracket is set for the 2017 NCAA Soccer Division I Men's Soccer Championship, and UofL joins a host of ACC teams at the top of pack.

Louisville is a No. 4 seed overall, receiving a first-round bye.

The Cardinals will face the winner of California and San Francisco in a second-round matchup on Sunday, November 19.

Wake Forest earned the No. 1 overall seed after bringing home its second ACC Championship in as many years.

Other ACC members in the top 16, all receiving first-round byes, are No. 3 North Carolina, No. 6 Duke, No. 8 Clemson, No.11 Virginia and No. 12 Notre Dame.

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Louisville is the highest seeded team in its regional, which also includes Akron, Notre Dame and Michigan.

The semifinals and championship match will take place in Philadelphia on December 8 and 10.

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