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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Friday, Dec. 7, 2007
Paul Kennedy previews the Women's College Cup [UCLA PREVIEW] This is the fifth straight year UCLA has reached the Women's College Cup, and the Bruins are still looking for their first championship. What means this weekend will be different in College Station? Read the whole story
[USC PREVIEW] The Trojans are the self-described "rookies" at the Women's College Cup, but that doesn't mean they lack confidence heading into Friday's match against No. 1 UCLA -- a team they have lost to in their last nine meetings. Read the whole story
[FLORIDA STATE PREVIEW] It's three years and three College Cups for Coach Mark Krikorian, so how do the '07 'Noles compare with his other two FSU teams? Read the whole story
[NOTRE DAME PREVIEW] After nine years in South Bend, Coach Randy Waldrum still has a little of his North Texas drawl, which was on show on the eve of the Irish's rematch with Florida State in the semifinals of the Women's College Cup. Read the whole story
All three games from the Women's College Cup in College Station will be broadcast live on either ESPN2 or ESPNU. For the men's and women's weekend schedules ... Read the whole story
Patrick Nyarko is a big reason Virginia Tech is still alive in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament, where the Hokies face No. 2 seed UConn on Saturday. He might have never left his native Ghana if he hadn't started watching ESPN and CNN on television and if his father ... Read the whole story



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