The 1982 NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament was the first annual single-elimination tournament, played during November 1982, to determine the national champion of NCAA women's collegiate soccer. The championship game was played at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida on November 21, 1982. North Carolina defeated Central Florida in the final, 2–0, to win their first national title. This was the first of North Carolina head coach Anson Dorrance's 21 national championship with the Tar Heels (as of 2014).

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  • The 1982 NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament was the first annual single-elimination tournament, played during November 1982, to determine the national champion of NCAA women's collegiate soccer. The championship game was played at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida on November 21, 1982. North Carolina defeated Central Florida in the final, 2–0, to win their first national title. This was the first of North Carolina head coach Anson Dorrance's 21 national championship with the Tar Heels (as of 2014). TheMost Outstanding Offensive Player was Mary Varas (Central Florida), and the Most Outstanding Defensive Player was Linda Gancitano (Central Florida). There was no All-Tournament Team named this year. Three players, with 2 goals each, were the leading scorers of the tournament. TheMost Valuable Player was goalkeeper Kim Wyant (Central Florida). (en)
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  • The 1982 NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament was the first annual single-elimination tournament, played during November 1982, to determine the national champion of NCAA women's collegiate soccer. The championship game was played at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida on November 21, 1982. North Carolina defeated Central Florida in the final, 2–0, to win their first national title. This was the first of North Carolina head coach Anson Dorrance's 21 national championship with the Tar Heels (as of 2014). (en)
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