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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015
Five-time national champion Messiah is the favorite in the NCAA Division III Women's Tournament that moves into the semifinals on Friday. Led by Nikki Elsaesser (second in the nation with 31 goals and 77 points and third with 15 assists), the Falcons will be appearing in their 11th NCAA Division ... Read the whole story
The top seeds Rio Grande and Lindsey Wilson won in second-round action at the NAIA men's and women's national championships, respectively. Play continues Wednesday with the quarterfinals. For all the results and schedule. Read the whole story
A new NCAA Division III men's champion will be crowned as the four finalists -- unbeaten Calvin, Amherst, Loras and Oneonta State -- have never won the title. Play begins with the semifinals Friday at Swope Soccer Village in Kansas City. Read the whole story
Grand Valley State is heading back to the NCAA Division II women's final four for the seventh year in a row after surviving a scare against Central Missouri in the quarterfinals. The Lakers face Western Washington in the semifinals in Pensacola, Florida. In Friday's other game, No. 1 seed Bridgeport ... Read the whole story
Unbeaten and untied Pfeiffer will look to win its first NCAA Division II men's national championship when it travels to Pensacola, Florida for the final four that begins Thursday. The Falcons, coached by former Rutgers boss Bob Reasso, improved to 23-0-0 with a 5-4 win over Palm Beach Atlantic in ... Read the whole story
Michigan State captain Sarah Kovan has been named one of the 32 Rhodes Scholars for 2016. The midfielder played in 75 games while starting 64 in her career at MSU. She also helped the Spartan backline that went 326 minutes without allowing a goal this season. Read the whole story
Irish freshman Megan Connolly (Florida State) and Costa Rican international Raquel Rodriguez (Penn State) are the only Women's College Cup-bound players on the 2015 MAC Women's Hermann Trophy semifinal list. Florida (Savannah Jordan and Christen Westphal) and West Virginia (Canadian World Cup players Kadeisha Buchanan and Ashley Lawrence) are the ... Read the whole story
U.S. international Jordan Morris and teammate Brandon Vincent give Stanford two players on the 2015 MAC Men's Hermann Trophy semifinal list. Clemson (seniors Paul Clowes and Kyle Fisher) and Creighton (Germans Fabian Herbers and Timo Pitter) are the only other teams with two players on the 15-player list. Read the whole story

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