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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Friday, Feb. 8, 2008
Paul Kennedy examines the move Last Friday is a day the members of Western Kentucky University's men's soccer program won't soon forget. Assembled in the weight room for their regularly schedule workout, they were told by Coach David Holmes that Western Kentucky President Gary Ransdell and Athletic Director Wood Selig ... Read the whole story
These are hard times for soccer in the town they call Soccer Town USA. Four years after soccer supporters and alumni staved off an attempt to eliminate Division I men's soccer at Hartwick, one of college soccer's most storied men's programs, trustees at the Oneonta, N.Y., school will meet on ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Western Kentucky became the 18th Division I school to drop its men's soccer program in the last 18 years. Read the whole story
Greg Ryan, who lost of once in 55 games as U.S. women's national team coach, has been named Michigan's new women's coach. "I think it is a program that has a great upside," said Ryan, who replaces Debbie Rademacher, who started Big Blue women's soccer and resigned in November after ... Read the whole story
Vermont selected Kwame Lloyd, the head coach at Division III Christopher Newport , as the Catamounts' new women's head coach. Former American University star Michael Brady left his alma mater, where he was the women's coach, to become John Kerr Jr.'s assistant at Duke. For all the coaching moves ... Read the whole story
[RECRUITING] UC Santa Barbara moved quickly to replace attacking midfielders Eric Avila and Ciaran O'Brien, who left early to sign with MLS, when it signed Danny Barrera and Bryan Dominguez to national letters of intent. Read the whole story
Canadian national team player Julie Armstrong highlights a class of five women's players who signed letters of intent to play for Oregon. Read the whole story
Seven players signed national letters of intent on Wednesday from Shattuck-St. Mary's School, the Minnesota boarding school that offers a full-time residential program for soccer players. Read the whole story



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