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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2007
Wake Forest takes over the top spot in the weekly Soccer America Men's Top 25. ACC teams claim the top four spots. Previously unranked teams Fairfield, Akron and Ohio State move into the Top 25. Read the whole story
Portland takes advantage of losses or ties by the top three teams to climb over them and claim the top spot in this week's Soccer America Women's Top 25. Texas A&M and Texas climb into the top five, while North Carolina and UCLA drop five spots apiece to No. 6 ... Read the whole story
Notre Dame and Indiana knocked of then-No. 1 UCLA at the adidas IU Credit Union Classic. Other upsets: Gonzaga over Santa Barbara, Fairfield over St. John's, Ohio State over West Virginia, Akron over New Mexico, Monmouth over North Carolina. For complete results and goalscorers in Top 25 action ... Read the whole story
It was a long Labor Day weekend for UCLA, the No. 1 team in Soccer America's Preseason Men's Top 25 rankings. The Bruins dropped both games at the adidas/IU Credit Union Hoosier Classic, losing, 2-1, to Notre Dame in overtime on Friday and, 1-0, to Indiana on Sunday. Read the whole story
Defending NCAA Division I men's champion UC Santa Barbara fell in its 2007 home opener, dropping a 1-0 decision to Gonzaga. Grant Lundberg scored the game's only goal in the 82nd minute to lead the visiting Zags past UCSB at Harder Stadium two days after they fell to UC Irvine, ... Read the whole story
The 2007 NCAA Division I women's season kicked with several big upsets, notably South Carolina's 1-0 win at No. 1 North Carolina. No. 3 UCLA fell to No. 8 Texas on Sunday in Houston, and No. 2 Notre Dame had to settle for a 0-0 tie in its opener against ... Read the whole story
South Carolina pulled one of the biggest upsets in the history of women's soccer when the Gamecocks beat defending national champion North Carolina, 1-0, on Saturday, handing UNC its first ever home opener in the 29-year history of the program before a crowd of 3,099 fans at Fetzer Field. Read the whole story
Portland overcame an early deficit to defeat Florida State, 2-1, in overtime in a thrilling women's match Saturday night at Merlo Field before a sellout crowd of 4,892. Senior Rachael Rapinoe sent the locals home with the winning goal late in the first overtime period. Read the whole story

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