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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Friday, Feb. 23, 2007
The coaching musical chairs that began when Dean Duerst stepped down as Wisconsin women's coach continued as Ray Leone has left Arizona State to become the head women's coach at Harvard. Leone, 24th among active head coaches in NCAA Division I history with 192 victories, succeeds Erica Walsh, who left ... Read the whole story
Paula Wilkins' decision to leave Penn State for Wisconsin was a surprise. First of all, the Nittany Lions are a perennial national contender, expected to again challenge for a Women's College Cup berth in 2007. Secondly, she is a native Pennsylvanian, having grown up in Middletown.  "My decision was based ... Read the whole story
NCAA DIVISION I MEN COLLEGE ... OLD COACH ... NEW COACH CHARLOTTE John Tart... Jeremy Gunn (Ft. Lewis coach) DENVER Chad Ashton (D.C. United assistant) ... Bobby Muuss (Wake Forest assistant) HIGH POINT Peter Broadley ... Dustin Fonder (Elon assistant) HOWARD Keith Tucker ... TBA IPFW Terry Stefankiewicz ... Mike ... Read the whole story
Soccer Buzz, the web site devoted to women's college soccer, announced its Top 12 Recruits, the top U.S.-based players entering college next fall. The No. 1 recruit is Hannah Cerrone, who will attend Boston College. She is the 2006 NSCAA/adidas High School Girls Player of the Year out of Ketcham ... Read the whole story
Eric Frimpong, a starter on UC Santa Barbara's 2006 NCAA Division I championship team, was arrested last Saturday for investigation of rape and was released after $100,000 bail was posted. The Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office reported detectives developed probable cause to arrest Frimpong for rape following an investigation of a ... Read the whole story
Omar Persad of San Diego State and Joel Senior of Howard, both products of the U.S. youth system, are representing Jamaica at the CONCACAF Under-20 World Cup Qualifying Tournament being played in Culiacan, Mexico. The American-born Persad, a sophomore with the Aztecs, starred on Kentucky club Javanon's 2006 McGuire Cup ... Read the whole story



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