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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Oct. 1, 2007
Connecticut returns to No. 2 behind unbeaten and untied Wake Forest in the Soccer America Men's Top 25. Villanova is the only new team in this week's Top 25. For the complete Top 25 rankings ... Read the whole story
Stanford climbs two spots into the top spot in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 after Santa Clara and Portland (twice) lost. Texas and UCLA move up to No. 2 and No. 3, respectively. For the complete Top 25 rankings ... Read the whole story
[MILESTONE] Ray Reid became the fourth Division I men's coach to pick up his 300th win since the start of the 2007 season when Connecticut beat St. John's, 3-0, Friday in a Big East match that drew a crowd of 5,116 fans at Morrone Stadium. Read the whole story
The weekend drew some of the largest men's crowds on record. Virginia set a Klockner Stadium attendance record for its game against Virginia Tech with 7,906 fans, the largest crowd of the season in men's soccer. Saint Louis drew the second largest crowd in Hermann Stadium history, while Connecticut also ... Read the whole story
No. 1 Wake Forest knocked Maryland out of the Top 25. Indiana handed Michigan its first loss. In other Top 25 showdowns, Virginia-Virginia Tech and Tulsa-SMU matches ended in ties, while West Virginia split a pair of games against Top 25 opponents. For complete Top 25 results and goalscorers ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Big Ten teams Michigan and Northwestern both lost for the first time this season, leaving only four unbeaten Division I men's teams. Read the whole story
[UPSET] California picked up the biggest win since Neil McGuire took over as women's head coach on Sunday when the Golden Bears knocked off No. 1 Santa Clara, 2-0, on the road. Freshman forward Alex Morgan opened the scoring with her fourth goal of the weekend. Read the whole story
[COMEBACK] After missing all of last year with a knee injury and the first seven matches of this season while representing Canada at the Women's World Cup in China, UCLA forward Kara Lang celebrated her return to college soccer with two goals in the Bruins' 2-1 overtime win over No. ... Read the whole story

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