EAGAN, Minn. — The unbeaten Minnesota Aurora FC punched its ticket to the postseason by clinching the Heartland Division title on Saturday.
The Green Bay Glory needed wins in each of their final three matches to catch Minnesota (9-0-1), so the Glory's tie with Chicago City SC on Saturday sealed the Aurora's first division title in their inaugural season.
The Aurora, who have the longest active winning streak in the league, have two matches remaining in the regular season before they make their postseason debut on July 13 at TCO Performance Center against an opponent that has yet to be determined.
According to the USL-W League website, the seven divisional winners each qualify for the postseason, with one wild card club rounding out the eight-team field.
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