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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Friday, June 1, 2007
A college team has qualified for the first round of the 2007 U.S. Open Cup. Brigham Young University, which plays in the amateur PDL, hosts the California Victory of the USL-1 on June 14 in a first-round match at BYU South Stadium. With nine returning starters, the Cougars are expected ... Read the whole story
Wake Forest-bound Corben Bone heads the 2007 Parade All-America High School Boys Soccer Team. Bone has starred for Dallas club Solar since 2001. Solar teammates Cameron Brown (who will attend North Carolina) and Kaoru Forbess (a junior who moved to the Dallas area from Arkansas) are also Parade All-Americans. For ... Read the whole story
Kerri Hanks, the 2006 Soccer America Women's Player of the Year and Hermann Trophy winner, scored to give the U.S. under-21 women's national team a 1-1 tie with German Second Division club TuS Cologne. Hanks had also scored in a 5-2 win over Essen-Schonebeck two days earlier. The U-21s opened ... Read the whole story
Four U.S.-based collegians remain in contention for berths on host Canada's team for the Under-20 World Cup, which will begin later this month in six Canadian cities. Forwards Tosaint Ricketts (Wisconsin-Green Bay) and Alex Elliott (Portland) and defender Michael D'Agostino (Kentucky) were among the players named for Canada's two-game series ... Read the whole story



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