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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Friday, Dec. 14, 2007
Paul Kennedy on the Men's College Cup The Atlantic Coast Conference has produced five national champions -- in chronological order, Maryland, Clemson, Duke, Virginia and North Carolina. It has a 50-50 chance of producing a sixth on Sunday. Read the whole story
[WAKE FOREST PREVIEW] Wake Forest is not only the sole returnee from last year's Men's College Cup, but it is the favorite to win its first national championship. Read the whole story
[VIRGINIA TECH PREVIEW] The Hokies have had a varsity soccer program for 36 years, but only recently have they become national powers. This is the third straight year Virginia Tech is in the NCAA Tournament and the first time it is at the Men's College Cup. Read the whole story
The Men's College Cup finalists arrived in Cary Wednesday and talked to the media on Thursday. Here's what the coaches and players had to say on the eve of the semifinals ... Read the whole story
The Men's College Cup will be broadcast on ESPN2 and ESPNU. For information on this weekend's television coverage ... Read the whole story
Saint Louis and Wake Forest led all teams with five and four selection, respectively, on the 2007 NSCAA/adidas NCAA Division I Men's all-regional first teams. For all the all-regional selections ... Read the whole story



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