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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Oct. 11, 2007
O'Brian White is an early favorite for Men's Player of the Year honors. The Jamaican youth international via Ontario scored a hat trick for the second straight game and led No. 1 Connecticut to a 3-0 win over Providence Wednesday night at Morrone Stadium. Read the whole story
[TOP 25 MEN'S ACTION] Four Top 25 men's teams, including No. 3 Notre Dame and No. 5 Boston College, lost on Wednesday night. Notre Dame's nine-game unbeaten streak come to an end as Michigan State topped the Irish, 1-0. Senior Laurent Manuel's golden goal gave No. 14 Brown a 1-0 ... Read the whole story
It took Munga Eketebi 11 games, but he finally got his first win as Florida International men's coach. Eketebi, who was promoted after long-serving coach Karl Kremser retired, had endured an 0-8-2 start as head coach until Wednesday's 3-2 win over UCF. Read the whole story
Defending America East champion Binghamton needed overtime for the second straight game to win in conference play. It beat UMBC, 1-0, on Justin Leskow's goal in the 99th minute. For all scores from Wednesday's action in the America East, Big East, Big West, Conference USA and Missouri Valley, as well as ... Read the whole story
Harvard improved to 8-3-1 under first-year coach Ray Leone thanks to a 2-0 win over Vermont (1-11-1). For all scores from Wednesday's women's action ... Read the whole story
Concordia (Calif.) held at No. 1 for the fourth straight week, while Berry made the biggest jump, moving up seven spots to No. 7 in the NAIA Men's Top 25 Poll. Berry beat then-No. 6 Lee, 3-2, in double overtime last Friday. For the complete Top 25 ... Read the whole story
Lee was named No. 1 in NAIA Women's Top 25 Poll for the third consecutive week. For the complete Top 25 ... Read the whole story



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