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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Friday, Feb. 29, 2008
In a first for women's college soccer, Florida State's Mami Yamaguchi, the 2007 Hermann Trophy winner, is foregoing her final year of collegiate legibility to pursue a pro career abroad. The Japanese international has signed a contract to play with the Damallsvenskan's Umea IK, arguably the most powerful women's club ... Read the whole story
[RECRUITING] Wake Forest, the 2007 NCAA Division I men's champion, announced a signing class, led by former U.S. under-17 national team players Danny Wenzel and Nick Millington, that is again one of the best in the country. Read the whole story
Jamie Clark has been named the Harvard men's head coach, replacing John Kerr Jr., who was recently named the Duke men's coach. Read the whole story
Shaun Pendleton, the long-time coach at Division II Lynn, has accepted the men's vacancy at Appalachian State. Villanova hired John Byford as its new women's head coach. Byford, who served as the assistant women's coach for the Wildcats in 1995-96, led Loyola (Md.) to the 2007 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference ... Read the whole story
New Zealand called up four U.S. collegians for the Oceania Olympic men's qualifying tournament March 1-9 in Fiji. Read the whole story



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