|Champions||Southern Connecticut (2nd)|
|Goals scored||23 (2.09 per match)|
|Top goal scorer(s)|| Andrew Ziemer,|
Sonoma State (2)
Southern Connecticut State defeated Seattle Pacific in the final, winning in a penalty kick shootout after the championship match finished 0-0 through four overtime periods. This was the Owls' (22-0-1) second national title and first for coach Ray Reid.
The final match was held in Melbourne, Florida on December 1, 1990.
|*||So. Connecticut St||2(2OT)|
|So. Connecticut St||1|
|NE Missouri State||1(1)|
|So. Connecticut St||0(4)|
|Cal State Bakersfield||2|
|Southern Connecticut State||0-0* (a.e.t.)||Seattle Pacific|
|4-3|| Mark Kovates