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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Friday, May 25, 2007
Notre Dame's Joseph Lapira, Soccer America's College Player of the Year and the Hermann Trophy winner in 2006, debuted for Ireland's national team in a 1-1 tie with Ecuador on Wednesday night at Giants Stadium. Lapira, who hails from Lake Charles, La,, and qualified to represent Ireland through his mother, ... Read the whole story
As expected, Munga Eketebi was hired as Florida International's new men's head coach. Eketebi, who becomes the fourth head coach in the 35-year history of the program, replaces Karl Kremser under whom he worked as an assistant for almost two decades. Eketebi took a short hiatus from FIU in 1996 ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Vacancies still exist for the men's soccer head coaching positions at Air Force and Howard, though the Washington Post has reported that Nigerian Joseph Okoh, the head coach at Shepherd in West Virginia will be the Howard coach, placing Keith Tucker. For complete coaching moves ... Read the whole story
Amherst named Duke men's assistant Justin Serpone as its new men's head coach, replacing co-coaches Peter Gooding, who is retiring, and his son, Milton, who was recently named the men's coach at MIT. Prior to Duke, Serpone, a product of Division III Drew University, served as the assistant men's coach ... Read the whole story
The U.S. U-21 women's national team opened a three-game tour of Germany on Tuesday with a 4-1 win over FC Gutersloh of the German Second Division. Bill Irwin's Americans broke open the close game with three goals in the last 20 minutes by Natalie Capuano (Penn), Ali Krieger (Penn State) ... Read the whole story

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