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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Nov. 1, 2007
[TOP 25 ACTION] Nine of the 11 Top 25 men's teams in action on Wednesday played on the road, and only No. 11 Michigan State returned home with a loss. The Spartans dropped their second straight 2-0 decision, falling at Cincinnati in non-conference action. No. 4 Brown, No. 6 Boston ... Read the whole story
St. John's moved into first place in the Big East's Red Division thanks to a 3-1 win at Syracuse on Wednesday. Colombian transfer Omar Alfonso disappointed an Orange crowd of 1,049, the four largest at the SU Soccer Stadium, with two goals for St. John's. Vermont stunned America East leader ... Read the whole story
[NEW PROGRAM] Utah currently has no NCAA programs that sponsor varsity men's soccer, but that should change when Division II Dixie State College adds a men's soccer program in 2008. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Knee injuries are the scourge of women's soccer. It's rare to find a top women's program that hasn't had a player go down with a knee injury. At Division I Sacramento State, so many players have suffered knee injuries of one sort or another that they formed ... Read the whole story
Two goals by Annie Phillips, her 16th and 17 of the season, gave Kennesaw State a 3-1 win over Mercer that clinched the Owls' second straight Atlantic Sun Conference regular-season title. For all Wednesday's scores ... Read the whole story
Tournament play begins Thursday in the Big East and America East. Villanova and Rutgers, both NCAA Tournament teams in 2006, may need wins to keep their 2007 postseason hopes alive. For this week's women's conference tournament schedules ... Read the whole story
Texas A&M; senior Ashlee Pistorius is now the national leader in points and goals with two weeks remaining in the NCAA Women's Division I regular season. For the Top 10 leaders in points, goals, assists and goals-against average ... Read the whole story



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