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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Sept. 21, 2006
Defending men's champion Maryland continues to impress. The No. 5 Terrapins earned their third shutout in a row by defeating Penn State, 2-0, on Wednesday night before 2,323 fans at Ludwig Field. Maryland got goals from sophomore Graham Zusi and freshman Jason Herrick -- the team-leading fifth goal of the ... Read the whole story
Just how big a role do foreign players play at men's programs? Through the years, many foreigners have starred in the college ranks. Nigerian Andy Atuegbu (San Francisco, 1974-77) and Honduran Armando Betancourt (Indiana, 1979-81) were the dominant players of their generation. In the last decade, foreign players had a ... Read the whole story
North Carolina will be out for revenge Thursday night when the Tar Heels host top-ranked Florida State in an ACC women's match televised live on Fox Soccer Channel (8 pm ET). In 2005, the Tar Heels had assembled one of the best teams in their storied history, but the Seminoles ... Read the whole story
Due to an editing error, the Player of the Week whose brother starred at UCLA and now plays for MLS's Chicago Fire was misidentified. Soccer America Men's Player of the Week Maxwell Griffin is Leonard Griffin's younger brother. Read the whole story



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