Region IV representatives Moraine Valley Community College and Madison College were both denied wins at the 2017 NJCAA Women's Soccer National Championships. The Cyclones, winners of the Region IV Division I title, failed to score a goal in two matches, while Madison College, making their first-ever appearance at the Division III National Tournament, came up short in two closely contested matches.
Moraine Valley, making a third consecutive appearance in Melbourne, Florida, opened pool play with a 6-0 loss to #3 Laramie County (WY) Community College, and finished with a 5-0 setback against #6 ASA College-Brooklyn (NY). The #10 Cyclones concluded the year with a 17-2 overall record.
In Dryden, New York, Madison College made its first appearance on the national stage as the #5 seed. The WolfPack lost its opener to #4 Delta (MI) College by a 2-0 final to fall into the consolation bracket. There, Madison College fell 2-1 to #8 Nassau (NY) Community College in blizzard conditions to end their season at 15-3-2. Freshman Peyton Trapino, who scored the team's only goal, was selected to the all-tournament team.