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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Friday, March 9, 2007
Pizza Hut Park will become the third MLS soccer-specific stadium to host the NCAA Division I men's championship. The NCAA has approved SMU -- the only NCAA Division I men's program in Texas -- as the host of the 2008 Men's College Cup in partnership with FC Dallas at Pizza ... Read the whole story
Long-time college coach and former U.S. international Dieter Ficken is returning to college coaching one year after leaving Columbia University. Ficken was named the head men's coach at Division II C.W. Post. He had spent 27 years at Columbia, compiling a 252-139-53 record and leading the Lions to the final ... Read the whole story
Greg Paynter, the associate head women's coach at James Madison and a member of the JMU coaching staff for the last eight years, is leaving the Dukes to become the head women's coach at CAA rival Towson. Paynter succeeds Leslie Wray, who resigned in December after seven seasons as the ... Read the whole story
Kerri Hanks, Michele Weissenhofer, Amanda Cinalli and Brittany Bock, who combined for 63 goals and 50 assists for NCAA Division I runner-up Notre Dame in 2006, will head the U.S. under-21 women's national team that travels to England on Friday for games against three English clubs. U.S. coach Bill Irwin ... Read the whole story
Two more collegians have bypassed MLS and signed with European clubs. Penn State's Simon Omekanda, picked by Chicago in the fourth round of the 2007 SuperDraft, signed with Swedish club IF Norrkoping. The two-time All-Big Ten First Team was born in Morocco and spent time in Belgium before moving to ... Read the whole story



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