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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Dec. 10, 2007
Paul Kennedy on the new women's champion On the eve of the Women's College Cup, first-year USC coach Ali Khosroshahin recounted his first meeting with his new boss, Athletic Director Mike Garrett, after being named the Trojans' women's soccer coach last winter. "We evaluate you on national championships," Garrett, SC's ... Read the whole story
USC's Ali Khosroshanin exuded confidence going into the Women's College Cup, and he said it was for real. "With this group," he said afterwards, "it took them a while to start believing, but once they started it's been a spectacular run." The assessment of star Amy Rodriguez? Once USC got ... Read the whole story
All the results and goal scorers from the first games on Nov. 17 in College Station to Sunday's final back in Aggieland ... Read the whole story
USC is only the seventh team to win the NCAA Division I women's championship in the 26-year history of the tournament. Read the whole story
[ELITE 8] Virginia Tech pulled the biggest upset of the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament quarterfinals with a 1-0 victory over No. 3 seed Connecticut Saturday afternoon before 5,495 fans in Storrs, Conn. The Huskies took a 17-game home winning streak into the game, but bad field conditions and bad ... Read the whole story
[ELITE 8] Bradley had overcame one- and two-goal deficits to win at Indiana and Maryland in the second and third rounds, but there was no Braves' comeback Sunday at Ohio State. Even the support of eight busloads of Bradley supporters who had made the trek from Peoria couldn't help the Braves after ... Read the whole story
[ELITE 8] Wake Forest will be the only team at this year's Men's College Cup that played in last year's finals in St. Louis. Indeed, the No. 2 seed Demon Deacons are the only team still alive to have ever played in a men's final four. They moved into Friday's ... Read the whole story
[ELITE 8] Sam Koch will be the first to admit that he didn't plan on Massachusetts going to the Men's College Cup. The Minutemen coach went so far as to book a family trip to Disney World for Thanksgiving. Well, the trip came and went without him, and three weeks later, ... Read the whole story



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