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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006
By Ridge Mahoney In less than two weeks, the NCAA selection committee will draw up the field for the 2006 Division I women's soccer tournament. About all that can be determined at this point is that No. 1 Notre Dame (17-0-1) and No. 2 North Carolina (17-1-0) will receive two ... Read the whole story
UAB handed No. 1 SMU its first loss of the season with a 2-1 victory on Wednesday night before what is believed to be a record crowd of 2,755 fans at West Campus field. Canadian Lukasz Kwapisz and Birmingham product Trey Gregory each tallied goals in the UAB victory. "You ... Read the whole story
The Big East Tournament kicked off Wednesday with four first-round men's games, and No. 8 Notre Dame (13-4-2) led the way with a 2-0 win over DePaul. Junior Joseph Lapira upped his nation-leading scoring totals with a goal and an assist to give him 20 goals and 45 points, which ... Read the whole story
It took 91 years, but Lehigh finally beat Penn State. The Mountain Hawks, ranked No. 23 in the Soccer America Men's Top 25, came away with their first-ever victory over the Nittany Lions in a series that consists of 17 meetings and dates back to 1915.  Sophomore Adam Gazda scored ... Read the whole story
In the Soccer America Teams of the Week that appeared in yesterday's College Soccer Reporter, the first name of Santa Clara freshman star Kiki Bosio and last name of Penn State defender David Gray were misspelled. Read the whole story



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