TOP CROWDS-2007 MEN'S SOCCER
7,243 Indiana-UCLA (Sept. 2)
Hoosiers' "Fill the Bill" promotion draws record IU soccer crowd.
6,309 Rutgers-Notre Dame (Sept. 21)
Overflow crowd spilled into a standing-room only section.
6,300 Clemson-South Carolina (Aug. 31)
Sixth largest crowd in Tigers' history.
5,812 Creighton-UCLA (Sept. 8)
UCLA visit attracted record crowd in Omaha
5,111 Boston University-Boston College (Sept. 1)
Eagles won Beantown derby, 1-0
5,022 Maryland-West Virginia (Sept. 7)
Fifth largest crowd in the history of Ludwig Field.
5,013 Duke-Maryland (Sept. 22)
Blue Devils prevailed, 2-1, in overtime
4,240 Indiana-Maryland (Aug. 31)
Opening night of the annual adidas/IU Credit Union Classic.
4,023 Creighton-Tulsa (Sept. 22)
Sixth largest crowd in Bluejay history.
3,981 Duke-West Virginia (Sept. 15)
Mountaineers handed Blue Devils another home loss.
3,864 Saint Louis-Indiana (Sept. 15)
SLU won share of Saint Louis/Nike Soccer Classic.
3,716 Creighton-San Diego State (Aug. 31)
The Bluejays tied a Morrison Stadium record with 13 corner kicks.
3,604 Connecticut-Canisius (Aug. 31)
UConn led nation in average attendance in '06.
3,527 Brown-Santa Clara (Sept. 7)
The Bears upset the Broncos.
3,459 Duke-Villanova (Sept. 7)
Duke outshot 'Nova, 25-4, but lost, 1-0.
3,275 Connecticut-Georgetown (Sept. 15)
Huskies opened Big East play with a win
3,121 Duke-Delaware (Aug. 31)
John Rennie's last season as Duke coach began with win.
TOP CROWDS-2007 WOMEN'S SOCCER
5,008 Texas A&M-Dartmouth (Aug. 31)
Women's College Cup will be played at Aggie Soccer Stadium.
4,892 Portland-Florida State (Sept. 1)
Pilots' 2007 home opener drew a sellout crowd at Merlo Field.
4,495 North Carolina-Texas A&M (Sept. 7)
Ninth largest crowd in Texas A&M history.
3,480 Portland-Kansas (Sept. 15)
Pilots won Nike Invitational opener.
3,264 Notre Dame-Michigan (Aug. 31)
Tie ended Irish's 32- game home winning streak.
3,131 Texas A&M-College of Charleston (Sept. 2)
Crowd boosted Aggies' opening weekend total of more than 8,000.
3,099 North Carolina-South Carolina (Sept. 1)
UNC's 1-0 loss was only its 10th at home in its history.
(Preseason games not included.)
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