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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Dec. 5, 2016
Tyler sophomore Yazeed Matthews and Monroe freshman Eleni Markou were named the 2016 NSCAA Junior College Division I Men's and Women's Players of the Year, respectively. For this year's All-America Teams ... Read the whole story
Ian Harkes, the son of former U.S. national team captain John Harkes, scored on a breakaway in the 103rd minute to give second-ranked Wake Forest a 2-1 win over previously unbeaten Denver in the Men's College Cup semifinals. Read the whole story
History repeated itself as defending champion Stanford won in the 10th round of a shootout to return to the Men's College Cup final, defeating North Carolina, 10-9, after a scoreless tie in their semifinal. In 2015, the Cardinal beat Akron in the 10th round of the shootout and went on ... Read the whole story
Richland sophomore Mikkel Rohde and Diablo Valley sophomore Katie McLaughlin were named the 2016 NSCAA Junior College Division III Men's and Women's Players of the Year, respectively. For this year's All-America Teams ... Read the whole story
USC became the first Pac-12 team and just fourth team to win more than one NCAA Division I women's championship when it captured its second title on Sunday. Read the whole story
USC got two late goals from Mexican international Katie Johnson to beat top-ranked West Virginia, 3-1, and win its second NCAA Division I women's championship Sunday afternoon at San Jose's Avaya Stadium. Read the whole story
A pair of subs teamed up to give Hastings its second NAIA men's title over Rio Grande, while Northwestern Ohio was crowned for its first time after winning the NAIA women's championship over 2015 champion Spring Harbor. Read the whole story
Tufts won its second NCAA Division III men's championship in three years, while Washington (Mo.) captured its first Division III women's title after finishing second in 2009 and 2015. Both final fours were hosted by Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia. Read the whole story



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