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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2007
Connecticut and St. John's have been picked to capture the 2007 Big East men's regular-season divisional titles in a vote by the league's 16 head coaches. Read the whole story
Defending national champion North Carolina is the near-unanimous pick to win the 2007 Atlantic Coast Conference title, as determined by a vote of the league's 11 head coaches. In addition, it marks the second year in a row that UNC, Florida State and Virginia have been predicted to finish as ... Read the whole story
The Santa Clara was selected as the preseason favorite to capture its second straight West Coast Conference title, edging out San Francisco for the first-place spot in the 2007 WCC preseason coaches poll. Read the whole story
New Mexico tops the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) preseason poll for the fifth consecutive year, garnering five of  the six top votes and 25 points. Read the whole story
For the first time since the NCAA began publishing soccer attendance figures, as many as nine Division I men's schools averaged more than 2,000 fans a game. UConn led all schools with an average of 2,878. Virginia drew a total of 43,183 fans, a modern-day NCAA record. For the 2006 ... Read the whole story
Portland and Texas A&M; were the big draws in NCAA Division I women's soccer. Both averaged more than 3,000 fans a game in 2006. Only one other school (BYU) topped the 2,000 mark. For the 2006 Top 50 attendance leaders ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Doug Hill, who has spent 13 seasons at Air Force, including last year as associate head coach, was named head coach of the Falcon men's program, replacing Louis Sagastume, who retired earlier this year after 28 seasons as head coach at Air Force. Joseph E. Okoh, formerly ... Read the whole story
Defending champion Fairfield has been chosen to win this year's MAAC men's title in a preseason poll of the league's 10 head coaches. Read the whole story

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