CLEVELAND -- Friday, November 3, is the start of the 2000 Mid-American Conference men's soccer playoffs. University at Buffalo is the pre-determined host for the quarterfinals and semi-finals on November 3 and 5 respectively. The highest remaining school will host the final.
The number one seed is Bowling Green and the Falcons get a bye for the quarterfinal round. The first quarterfinal match is at 11:15 PM between fourth-seeded Kentucky and fifth-seeded Northern Illinois. The next match is at 1:30 PM between second-seeded Marshall versus seventh-seeded Western Michigan. The finale of the quarterfinal matches is at 7:30 PM between three-seeded Akron and sixth-seeded Buffalo.
The semi-finals are on Sunday. The teams then re-seed to that the highest remaining seed plays the lowest remaining seed, and the second-highest seed plays the second-lowest seed.
The championship will then be played at the highest remaining seed with a date and a time to be announced.