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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Friday, Sept. 14, 2007
Creighton just may have the best men's team in the Midwest this season. The Bluejays knocked off No. 3 Indiana on Thursday night, 2-1, at the Saint Louis/Nike Classic. Tim Walters, son of the former Indiana star of the same name, and Tim Bohnenkamp scored, as the Bluejays (3-0-2) dominated ... Read the whole story
[THURSDAY ACTION] Elliot Bradbrook scored from close range in the 82nd minute to give host Akron a 2-1 win over UIC. Junior Dylan Sheehan and freshman Jon Okafor each scored goals in No. 16 Brown's 2-1 comeback win over Maine. Read the whole story
Conference play begins for Top 10 teams Connecticut and Notre Dame (Big East) and Maryland (ACC). Meanwhile, there are three ACC-Big East clashes on tap for the weekend: Wake Forest-Louisville, Duke-West Virginia, Virginia-St. John's. For the complete Men's Top 25 weekend schedules ... Read the whole story
[FRIDAY NIGHT UPDATE] No. 1 Santa Clara needed overtime to beat No. 15 Rutgers, 3-2, at the Stanford Inivitational. Rutgers was one of five Top 25 women's teams to fall from the unbeaten ranks. For the complete Women's Top 25 weekend schedules ... Read the whole story
Old Dominion's chances of defending its CAA women's title suffered a blow when senior forward Katie Watson was lost for the 2007 season after she underwent surgery to correct a soft tissue problem. Watson, who led Old Dominion to its first-ever CAA title and first NCAA Tournament bid last season, ... Read the whole story
Seven of the nine current U.S. collegians on duty at the Women's World Cup in China started in their opening games. Read the whole story



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