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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Dr. I.M. Ibrahim, one of the pioneering figures during the growth of college soccer in the 1970s and 1980s, died of a heart attack while playing golf Sunday in Seneca, S.C. Read the whole story
There is the myth that women's college soccer is rolling in dough. Indeed, the money available for Division I women's programs (14 scholarships) far exceeds what is now permissible for men's programs (9.9 scholarships). But there are many more than 14 players on Division I women's teams, so players must ... Read the whole story
Surprise NCAA Division I semifinalist Massachusetts landed four players, including 2007 Soccer America Men's MVP goalie Zach Simmons, on the 2008 Atlantic-10 men's preseason all-conference team. Read the whole story
Notre Dame women's coach Randy Waldrum is coaching the Trinidad and Tobago U-17 women's team that is hosting the Concacaf U-17 qualifying tournament that begins Friday. Read the whole story
Coaching changes at women's programs have outnumbered those at men's programs by more than 5-1. For all the NCAA Division I moves ... Read the whole story



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