The matchups are set for the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference soccer postseason tournaments. The winner of each tournament advances to the NAIA National Tournament.
The Ottawa University women received the second seed and plays 7 p.m. Tuesday against the winner of No. 3 McPherson and No. 6 Southwestern. It will be played Friday in McPherson.
The Braves, who tied Tabor for the KCAC runner-up position, are the No. 3 seed in the menís tourney bracket.
Ottawa (12-6) opens the KCAC post tournament 7 p.m. Saturday at home against No. 6 Sterling (7-9-2).
The winner plays at No. 2 Tabor in the semifinals.
The other women matchups have No. 5 Saint Mary (9-7-2) at No. 4 Sterling (12-5).
The winner advances to face top-seeded Kansas Wesleyan.
The menís bracket has Bethany (4-11) at McPherson (11-5-1) with winner facing nationally-ranked Kansas Wesleyan.
The Ottawa and Kansas Wesleyan women have met in the championship match† for the past several seasons.
Last year, Ottawa won in overtime to advance to national tournament for the second time in three seasons.
The Lady Braves lost to Asuza Pacific in the opening round.
The KCAC men and women tournament championship matches will be Nov. 10 at Southwestern in Winfield.
All the womenís soccer postseason games can be seen on the KCAC Digital Network.
The Ottawa soccer teams ended the regular season Tuesday with a sweep of Bethany in Ottawa. The men won 2-0.
The Braves received goals from Paul Oswald and Zach Doolan off of assists from Grant Keith and Kyler Grimes-Hopkins.
The Lady Braves overwhelmed Bethany with a 7-1 victory.
The goals came from Caitlin Parise, Stephanie Segura, Samantha Mayfield, Autumn Surage, Morgan Trupp, and Nicole Radcliffe. Mayfield scored twice and Radcliffe had three assists.