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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2007
Bradley heads to Indiana as the decided underdog against the No. 4 seed Hoosiers Wednesday in the second round of the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament, but there's no one betting against the Braves after what they've overcome this season. Soccer has been their refuge this fall following the death ... Read the whole story
Tulsa takes a 10-game winning streak -- the longest in the nation -- into its second-round game Wednesday night against Central Connecticut. The Golden Hurricane capped its run in the Conference USA with a 3-2 win over FIU in the tournament final 10 days ago, but the victory was tempered ... Read the whole story
[HISTORY] Vermont, unbeaten in its last eight games since starting the season at 4-9-0, will look to knock off top-ranked Connecticut Wednesday night when they meet in Storrs. The Catamounts won when they last met their former Yankee Conference rival in the NCAA Tournament in 1989. For more on Wednesday's rivalries ... Read the whole story
Paul Kennedy continues Women's Elite 8 Countdown A pipeline from Ontario to West Virginia has been an important factor in the success of the Mountaineers, who host USC Friday in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. Juniors Amanda Cicchini, Robin Rushton and Deana Everrett grew up playing together ... Read the whole story
Brown, which went undefeated in the 2007 Ivy season, dominated the year-end player awards. Canadian Matthew Britner was named Ivy League Player of the Year and freshman goalkeeper Paul Grandstrand was named Rookie of the Year. Five Bears earned first-team all-league honors and a sixth player was on the second ... Read the whole story
Diana Matheson only played in 10 games this season for Princeton, but her play was strong enough to be voted the 2007 Ivy League Player of the Year. The senior midfielder missed the Tigers' first seven games playing for Canada at the Women's World Cup in China. Read the whole story

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