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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Sept. 15, 2014
[ROUNDUP: Sunday] For the second time this weekend, No. 2 UCLA had to settle for a scoreless tie at home. First, it was Santa Clara on Friday. And on Sunday Cal Poly stymied the Bruins, who were outshot 15-12. Cal State Fullerton came back from 3-1 down to beat No. ... Read the whole story
[GEORGETOWN-UC IRVINE: Men] No. 7 Georgetown went to overtime for the fourth time in six games and had to settle for a 1-1 tie with No. 17 UC Irvine, for which the draw was its first blemish of the season after four wins. Read the whole story
[ROUNDUP: Sunday] No. 2 Virginia and No. 3 Virginia Tech remained unbeaten and untied with victories over Hofstra and East Carolina, respectively. No. 7 Texas Tech and No. 17 Kansas from the Big 12 also remained perfect with wins on Sunday. Read the whole story
[MICHIGAN-WISCONSIN: Women] Florida State transfer Ani Sarkisian scored with one second left in regulation to give Michigan a 2-1 win over Big Ten rival Wisconsin, handing the No. 8 Badgers their first loss after seven wins. Read the whole story
[CALIFORNIA-SANTA CLARA: Women] A goal by Grace Leer in the sixth minute stood up for No. 10 California, which improved to 7-1-0 with a 1-0 win over Santa Clara in Berkeley. The win gave Cal a sweep against the Broncos in a rare non-conference home-and-home series. Read the whole story

What They're Saying: NESCAC men's coaches

"As a supporter, we ask you not engage in any unsportsmanlike actions, which include booing, taunting, profanity, rude language or gestures, or any other action that could be potentially construed as negative or confrontational." -- The New England Small College Athletic Conference in a letter signed by the 11 men's head coaches to soccer fans of the member schools. ...More

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