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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Oct. 29, 2007
SMU, winner of seven games in a row, moved into the top spot in the Soccer America Men's Top 25 following Wake Forest's 1-0 loss to Boston College. The Demon Deacons fell to No. 2, while BC climbed six spots to No. 6. For the complete Top 25 ... Read the whole story
Losses by Virginia, Purdue and USC pushed Portland, North Carolina, Texas A&M; and Penn State into the No. 3-6 slots behind UCLA and Stanford. For the complete Top 25 ... Read the whole story
Well, Wake Forest can be beaten. Indeed, the No. 1 Demon Deacons were thoroughly stymied by Boston College, whose 1-0 margin of victory on Saturday night didn't reflect its dominance. For more on how BC shut down Wake ... Read the whole story
[MILESTONE] Brown men's coach Mike Noonan picked up his 200th career victory as the No. 4 Bears defeated Penn, 3-0, on Saturday night at Stevenson Field. Read the whole story
Duke picked up a big win on the road Friday night when the Blue Devils knocked off ACC rival Virginia, 2-1. Duke and Saint Louis were the only Top 25 teams to win twice in Friday-Sunday action. For all the Top 25 weekend results ... Read the whole story
[PAC-10] UCLA continued its recent domination of USC, knocking off the Women of Troy, 2-0, before 3,345 fans in Westwood on Friday in a battle of No. 1 and No. 5 teams. Read the whole story
[WCC] Portland followed up on its 4-0 win over No. 11 San Diego before a nationally televised audience on Thursday night with a 2-0 victory over longtime WCC nemesis Santa Clara Sunday before a sell-out crowd of 4,892 at Merlo Field. Read the whole story
[BIG EAST] Notre Dame went 2-4-1 in non-conference play, but there was no stopping the Irish when they hit Big East women's action. The Irish concluded regular-season play with a pair of 3-1 wins at Seton Hall and Rutgers to finish 11-0-0 in conference play and claim first place in ... Read the whole story

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