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Vanderbilt receives at-large bid to NCAA Tournament

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Vanderbilt will compete in the 2022 NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship after receiving an at-large bid to the tournament Monday afternoon.

The Commodores (11-4-4) will face fifth-seeded Clemson (8-4-5) at 2 p.m. CT Friday in the first round at Historic Riggs Field in Clemson, South Carolina.

Vanderbilt is making its 12th appearance in the NCAA tournament overall and its fifth in the last six seasons under head coach Darren Ambrose.

“We’re so excited to be included in the field and have the opportunity to continue the season after the heartbreaking end to our conference tournament,” Ambrose said. “It’s a deserved reward for the body of work the team has put together and appropriate for the seniors and fifth-years to maintain the high standard throughout their careers here at Vanderbilt.”

The Commodores made a dramatic run in last week’s SEC tournament, knocking off No. 9 Arkansas in the semifinals before narrowly falling to No. 3 Alabama on Thursday in the semifinals.

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