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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2007
[TUESDAY ACTION] Three ranked ACC men's teams -- No. 4 Virginia, No. 9 Duke and No. 16 Virginia Tech -- were victorious in non-conference action. Virginia and Duke both broke open close games with Mount St. Mary's and UNC Wilmington, respectively, in the second half, while a goal after intermission was ... Read the whole story
[NOMINEES] The Lowe's Senior Class Award will add men's and women's soccer to its list of NCAA sports that are included in the national award program dedicated to senior student athletes. For the 40 men and women nominated ... Read the whole story
Seven different men's schools have drawn crowds in excess of 5,000, and Indiana and Creighton are both averaging more than 4,000 fans a game. On the women's side, Texas A&M is the only team to draw more than 5,000 fans for a home game. Read the whole story
[VIDEO] One of the longest goals of the season came last Monday night when Seton Hall's Eliseo Giusfredi scored off the kickoff from 60 yards to give Seton Hall a 4-3 win over New Jersey rival Princeton. Read the whole story
Aaron Volanski's hat trick in Centenary's 4-3 loss to IUPUI on Sunday catapulted him into first place on the NCAA Division I men's scoring charts. For the Top 10 goal scorers ... Read the whole story
With four more goals this past week, Japanese international Mami Yamaguchi has scored 13 goals in eight games for Florida State and leads all NCAA Division I women's goalscorers. For the Top 10 goal scorers ... Read the whole story
There were no changes at the top of the NSCAA/adidas rankings for NCAA Division  II and III schools. All are still unbeaten and untied: Lynn (DII  men), Trinity, Texas (DIII men), Grand Valley State (DII women) and Wheaton, Ill. (DIII women). Read the whole story
[SMALL COLLEGE] Division II Florida men's schools Saint Leo and Rollins produced one of the highest-scoring games in recent memory when Saint Leo prevailed, 7-6, in overtime on Friday night. Read the whole story



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