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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Friday, Sept. 29, 2006
No. 9 UIC, the sensation of the men's college season, fell from the unbeaten ranks when it lost at Wisconsin, 1-0, on Thursday night. Eric Conklin scored the game's only goal for the Badgers on a header off a free kick taken by Zack Lambo in the 19th minute. "Teams ... Read the whole story
Longtime North Carolina coach Anson Dorrance has called it the biggest change in women's soccer in the last decade. Canadian players have played a growing role in the success of nationally ranked teams. In 2002 and 2005, Canada national team star Christine Sinclair led Portland to NCAA Division I titles. ... Read the whole story
No. 2 North Carolina won its 11th game in a row with a 2-0 win at Clemson thanks to first-half goals by freshman defender Ali Hawkins and sophomore midfielder Yael Averbuch. Sophomore Anna Rodenbough picked up her eighth solo shutout of the season in the Tar Heels' 12 games. No. ... Read the whole story
No. 3 Maryland hosts No. 7 Duke Friday night in the NSCAA Match of the Week on Fox Soccer Channel (live, 8 pm ET). The match features two of the country's top sophomore strikers. Maryland's Graham Zusi, last week's Soccer America Player of the Week, has tallied a point in ... Read the whole story
Mid-Continent of Kentucky was the only NAIA Top 10 men's team that remained unbeaten from the Sept. 20 rankings after Embry-Riddle's pair of losses. Joe Zakowicz's Cougars, ranked No. 9 this week, are 4-0-2. The only other unbeaten NAIA teams in this week's Top 25 are Oklahoma's Science & Arts ... Read the whole story

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