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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2006
Charlie Davies, a leading candidate for 2006 Men's Player of the Year honors, is leaving Boston College to turn pro after only his second full season with the Eagles. Davies won the ACC Offensive Player of the Year award and is a finalist for the Hermann Trophy after scoring 15 ... Read the whole story
Most student-athletes are content to leave college with an undergraduate degree. Ali Mims, the starting goalie for NCAA Division I women's quarterfinalist Florida State, will leave Tallahassee with a bachelor's degree in business management and master's degree in business administration. An undergraduate degree was always in Mims' plans, but she ... Read the whole story
Graceland University of Iowa captured its first NAIA men's title Tuesday when beat Azusa Pacific, 7-6, in a shootout after the final ended in a 0-0 draw. The first five shooters for both teams converted their spot kicks, but the next four missed. In the 10th round, Azusa Pacific's Kolt ... Read the whole story
Danish freshman Kristine Pedersen's goal in the 123rd minute gave Lindsey Wilson a 2-1 win over top seed Azusa Pacific Tuesday in the NAIA women's national championship game. Azusa Pacific scored first when Sarah Yoro struck from the left flank in the 22nd minute. Lindsey Wilson tied the game 16 ... Read the whole story
The NCAA Division III men's and women's final fours will both be played this weekend at the Disney Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. In Friday's women's semifinals, Virginia Wesleyan meets Wheaton (Ill.) at 11 am ET, and Messiah faces the College of New Jersey in ... Read the whole story



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