Watch Georgetown vs Stanford Live Stream Free NCAA Men's Soccer

  • Posted on: 13 December 2019
  • By: Man of Action

Georgetown vs Stanford Live Stream Free NCAA Men's Soccer Playoff Semi Final, TV Channel, Time, How to Watch Online

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ESPN’s 2019 NCAA Championship coverage continues this weekend with Men’s College Cup live from Sahlen’s Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, N.C., December 13 and 15, with the semifinals and championship matches on ESPNU. ESPN’s television and digital networks continue coverage of additional fall sport championship this weekend, including the NCAA Division I Volleyball Championship third round and quarterfinals, and the NCAA Division I Football Championship quarterfinals.

When the Georgetown men’s soccer team opened training camp in August, Coach Brian Wiese told his top two goalkeeping prospects they would share the starting job until one nosed ahead.

That never happened, and over the course of a one-loss season, they have continued to alternate, victory after victory, shutout after shutout.

In Charlottesville, there was never any question about the starter: Colin Shutler, whose 2018 postseason was cut short by a concussion, has played every minute of every match during Virginia’s nearly immaculate campaign, even though his older, more experienced brother joined the squad this fall and an ankle injury threatened to shelve him last weekend in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals.

Contrasting approaches toward goalkeeping have yielded similar rewards for the third-seeded Hoyas and No. 1 Cavaliers, who have reported to Cary, N.C., for the College Cup semifinals Friday.

Goalkeepers typically reap the credit for such miserly numbers, but in these cases, they have not had much to do. Georgetown’s opponents have recorded 75 shots on goal, Virginia’s 64.

Nonetheless, when on the spot, both Shutler and the Georgetown duo have performed well. Shutler was voted to the all-ACC first team, while Georgetown sophomore Giannis Nikopolidis received the same honors in the Big East.

The Cavaliers’ possession game leaves foes with little opportunity to generate scoring chances. The 3-2 quarterfinal victory over Southern Methodist — in which Shutler was a game-time decision because of a faulty ankle — marked the second time they had allowed multiple goals.