2019 College Cup - The Final Four - The Tale of the Tape - A Comparison of the Participants

Four teams remain standing. Virginia, Wake Forest, Georgetown, and Stanford have played their way into the 2019 College Cup in Cary, North Carolina. The Atlantic Coast Conference, the Big East Conference and the Pac-12 Conference are represented. The 2019 season began with 205 teams in the hunt for a spot in the four team College Cup and a chance to play for the 2019 National Championship. 

The Final Four
Overall Record 20-1-1 16-4-2 18-1-3 14-2-5
League ACC ACC Big East Pac-12

League Record

6-1-1 6-2-0 6-0-2 6-2-2
Regular Season Finish in League Play  First Coastal Division Second Atlantic Division  First Second
Record Away From Home 3-0-1 4-3-0 6-1-1 6-0-3

Coach

Years At The Helm

George Gelnovatch

24

Bobby Muuss

5

Brian Wiese

14

Jeremy Gunn

8

NCAA Seed 1 4 3 7
CSN Rank  Regular Season  End Poll First Twelve Second Nine
RPI 1 6 2 13
Average Shots Per Game 13.8 12.9 17.8 14.1
Shots On Goal %  .411 .454 .457 .397
Total Goals  41 44 53 36
Average Goals Per Game 1.86 2.1 2.41 1.71
Goals Allowed 9 15 11 14
Average Goals Allowed Per Game .41 .71 0.50 0.67

Most Goals Scored in Game

3 5 5 5

Most Goals Allowed In Game

2 2 2 3
Corner Kicks Taken  139 120 143 116
Corner Kicks Allowed 76 66 73 80
Total  Shutouts  15 9 12 11
Unbeaten Streak 9 2 15 3
Last Loss

Pittsburgh

(0-2)

Virginia

(0-1)

Louisville

(0-1)

California

(0-1)

Strength Defense Pressure Depth Defense
How They Beat You Consistency Possession Work Rate Resilience

Balance Stability 

Set Pieces Execution 

Where They Have The Edge Backline Midfield Forward  Goal

Top Goal Scorer

Daryl Dike

(7g, 8a) 

Bruno Lapa 

(9a,3a)

Jacob Montes (11g, 5a)

   Zach      Ryan  (6g,2a)

Number Players With 4 or More Goals

5 5 6 5
Key Distributor

Irakoze Donasiyano

(4g, 5a)

Isaiah Parente

(1g, 7a)

Paul Rothrock

(3g, 7a)

Logan Panchot

(0g, 8a)

Key Defender   Henry Kessler Alistair Johnston Dylan Nealis Tanner Beason
Keeper Colin Shutler (0.40 gaa) Andrew Pannenberg (0.69)

Giannis Nikopolidis (0.53 gaa)

Thomas Romero (0.44 gaa)

Andrew Thomas (0.66 gaa)
Don't Under-estimate Joe Bell Midfielder (6g, 4a) Machop Chol  Midfielder (4g, 8a) Achara Forward (6g, 4a)  Derek Waldeck Midfielder (4g, 8a)
Freshman To Watch Axel Gunnarsson (2g, 4a) Forward Calvin    Harris  (6g,3a) Midfielder Dante Polvara  (4g, 2a) Midfielder Ousseni Bouda  (5g,5a) Forward

Wild Card

X-Factor

Nathaniel Crofts Forward (6g, 3a)

Kyle Holcomb Forward (9g, 0a) Derek Dodson Forward (10g, 8a) Jared Gilbey   Midfielder (0g, 6a) 
A Key Element

Andreas Ueland Defender

Daniel Steedman Forward

Michael DeShields Defender

Joey DeZart Midfielder 

Sean Zawadzki Midfielder

Sean O'Hearn Defender 

Gabe Segal Forward

Keegan Hughes Defender

The Glue

Robin Afamefuna Defender

Alistair Johnson Defender Dylan Nealis Defender  Tanner Beason Defender

Cards Yellow Red

27/0 16/0 21/0 34/1
Last Trip To Final Four 2014 2016 2012 2017
Road Traveled

Cambell 2-0

St. John's 3-0

SMU 3-2

Maryland 3-0

Michigan 3-1

UCSB 1-0

Pittsburgh 5-0 

Louisville 5-1

Wasington

2-1

Seattle 1-1

Virginia Tech 2-1

Clemson 1-1

Game #1 Friday, December 13 at 6 P.M. - Georgetown vs. Stanford 

Game #2 Friday, December 13 at 8:30 P.M. - Virginia vs. Wake Forest 

National Championship Game - Sunday, December 15 - Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2

All three games will be televised on ESPNU