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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2008
Two and half years ago, Tim McClements lost his job as head coach of the Vanderbilt men's team when the Commodores' program was disbanded. Now he has landed the job of men's head coach at one of the highest-profile programs in the country. Read the whole story
Returning one of the most experienced teams in recent history, Saint Louis has been selected to win the 2008 Atlantic 10 men's championship, ahead of Massachusetts, a 2007 NCAA Tournament semifinalist, and Charlotte. Read the whole story
North Carolina, winner of three straight and 19 of 21 ACC women's championships, has been selected first in the 2008 ACC poll of the league's 11 head coaches. Read the whole story
[PRESEASON WOMEN'S POLLS] Defending champions Charlotte (Atlantic-10) and Hawaii (WCC) have been tabbed to repeat as their women's conference champions, while Marist, last year's MAAC women's regular-season champion, has been picked to win the 2008 MAAC title. Read the whole story
California's Kevin Grimes and UIC's John Trask, two of the most sought-after men's head coaches, have both been granted long-term contract extensions. Read the whole story
In her first three seasons as Oregon's starting goalkeeper, Jessie Chatfield broke just about every school goalkeeping record. She also suffered a broken right hand, broken left arm and two concussions. After suffering a major knee injury on July 2, she announced her retirement. Read the whole story
Marshall has named Kevin Long as interim head coach of the Thundering Herd women's program following the resignation of Chris Kane, who resigned to accept a position at a private academy in Georgia. For all the coaching moves ... Read the whole story



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