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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2007
On the road to Cary ... Virginia Tech reached the Men's College Cup for the first time with four first-year upperclassmen whose participation in college soccer has touched off a debate. Ringers or bona-fide students? Ohio State is known as a football school, but the Buckeyes' march to Cary has ... Read the whole story
No team at the Men's College Cup comes close to matching the dominance of Wake Forest, which has outscored its opponents 63-13. For how the four finalists match up ... Read the whole story
The Men's College Cup returns to SAS Soccer Park in Cary, N.C., for the second time. For information on tickets to this weekend's College Cup and television coverage ... Read the whole story
San Francisco's Chris Rodd became the first collegian to sign a pro contract since the end of the college soccer when the All-WCC defender inked a three-year contract to play for Bryne Fotballklubb, a Norwegian second-level pro team. Read the whole story
NJCAA Division III women's champion Broome Community College landed four players on the 2007 NSCAA/adidas Women's Junior College Division III All-America Team: forwards Allie Stabler and Emily Dixon on the first team and goalkeeper Alicia Sagendorf and midfielder Emily Cirillo on the second squad. For all the All-Americans ... Read the whole story
There are 13 repeat selections on the 2007 NSCAA/adidas NCCAA All-America teams, including two women -- junior midfielder Summer Mullen (Philadelphia Biblical) and junior defender Beth Seitz (Southeastern) -- who were chosen for the third time.  For all the All-Americans ... Read the whole story



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