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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Aug. 21, 2008
Defending national champion USC is ranked No. 1 in the Soccer America Women's Preseason Top 25 rankings. North Carolina, the 2006 national champion, is ranked No. 2. The race for the top spot begins on Friday when the 2008 women's college season kicks off. For all the Top 25 preseason ... Read the whole story
MEMBER ALERT. Soccer America's College Soccer Reporter today resumes its daily (Monday-Friday) frequency during the college season. Friday's edition will feature the Soccer America Women's Preseason All-American selections. The Soccer America Men's Preseason Top 25 will appear next Tuesday, while the Men's Preseason All-American selections will appear next Wednesday. Read the whole story
[PRESEASON NO. 1] Amy Rodriguez parlayed a standout junior season for USC into a spot on the U.S. Olympic team. A-Rod leads a group of seniors who make the Women of Troy the favorites to repeat as national champions. Read the whole story
[PRESEASON NO. 2] It's easy to forget just how young North Carolina's 2006 national championship team was. Eight starters from that championship team return in 2008, including Olympian Tobin Heath and Casey Nogueira, one of four Tar Heels who represented the USA this summer in U-20 Women's World Cup qualifying. Read the whole story
[PRESEASON NO. 3] UCLA's 2007 postseason brought the disappointment of another Women's College Cup collapse, but the Bruins, led by Olympians Lauren Cheney (USA) and Kara Lang (Canada), should return to the final four for a sixth straight year. Read the whole story
[PRESEASON NO. 4] With the trio of Kerri Hanks, Brittany Bock and Michele Weissenhofer, Notre Dame again has the most dangerous threesome in women's college soccer. Read the whole story
[PRESEASON NO. 5] Losing players to the pros before their eligibility expires is common for major men's programs. But Hermann Trophy winner Mami Yamaguchi's decision to leave Florida State to play for Sweden's Umea was a surprise. Even without the Japan international, the Seminoles have the talent to return to ... Read the whole story
[PRESEASON NOS. 6-25] After the big five is a quintet of women's programs -- Stanford, Virginia, Portland, Penn State and West Virginia -- that have their sights set on reaching the 2008 Women's College Cup in Cary, N.C. Read the whole story



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