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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2007
Of the 32 teams left in the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament, none came from as far back as first-time entrant Central Connecticut State. After 12 games, the Blue Devils were 2-8-2 and going nowhere. But CCSU turned its season around and qualified (barely) for the Northeast Conference Tournament, which ... Read the whole story
California lived up to its reputation as one of the best NCAA Division I Men's Tournament hosts when it drew 3,479 fans Friday afternoon in Berkeley for its 2-1 win over UC Davis in their first-round game. A crowd of 2,034 turned out at Dartmouth's new Burnham Field, one of ... Read the whole story
Paul Kennedy begins Women's Elite 8 Countdown Florida State's Mami Yamaguchi leads the NCAA Division I women's ranks in points (62) and is second in goals (23) and assists (16), but the Japanese international is only part of the story in the Seminoles' return to the Elite Eight for the third ... Read the whole story
Jamaican youth international O'Brian White has all but wrapped up the NCAA Division I men's scoring titles in points (45 and counting) and goals (19) and Connecticut teammate Mike Pezza leads the nation with 16 assists. Read the whole story
Florida State's Mami Yamaguchi leads the NCAA Division I women's scoring charts with 62 points on 23 goals and 16 assists and has a shot at catching Texas A&M;'s Ashlee Pistorius, who leads the nation with 25 goals, and Notre Dame's Kerri Hanks, the assist leader with 18. Read the whole story
Santa Clara, which won its second straight WCC title after posting an undefeated 10-0-2 mark in league play, swept the conference yearly awards. Senior Peter Lowry captured WCC Player of the Year honors, while Cameron Rast was named WCC Coach of the Year for the second straight season and the ... Read the whole story



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