They were the No. 1 seed in the MCLA tourney and the No. 1 team in country. They were 20-0 with an offense that averaged nearly 20 goals per game and a defense that posted three shutouts. The Division II national championship was supposed to be a coronation for Concordia-Irvine.
Instead, it was a nightmare, with Dayton – a Cinderella sixth seed – pulling the shocking, 12-11 upset for the title.
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