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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2008
Defending national champion Wake Forest is ranked No. 1 in the Soccer America Men's Preseason Top 25 rankings. Connecticut, Indiana, Maryland and Santa Clara round out of the top five. The road to Frisco begins on Friday when the 2008 men's college season kicks off. For all the Top 25 ... Read the whole story
[PRESEASON NO. 1] Wake Forest won its first NCAA championship thanks to a spectacular Men's College Cup by Marcus Tracy, who returns for his senior season. Read the whole story
[PRESEASON NO. 2] The theme for Connecticut is "unfinished business" -- the phrase emblazoned on bracelets players, coaches and staff members have been wearing since March. Read the whole story
[PRESEASON NO. 3] Indiana has won seven national championships, most recently back-to-back titles in 2003 and 2004. The goal of the IU seniors is simple: don't finish without a title. Read the whole story
[PRESEASON NO. 4] After losing 2008 Olympians Maurice Edu, Robbie Rogers and Chris Seitz from the 2005 national championship team to the pros -- Seitz and Rogers would be seniors this fall -- Maryland was forced to regroup. With their most experienced team since 2005, the Terrapins will be national ... Read the whole story
[PRESEASON NO. 5] WCC champion Santa Clara should be the class of the West Coast thanks to a solid nucleus of returnees and the arrival of three highly rated freshmen. Read the whole story
[PRESEASON NOS. 6-25] Depth makes Saint Louis, Boston College and South Florida serious national championship contenders. Read the whole story
Freshman goalie Mo Isom was in shock after she scored on a free kick from 90 yards in LSU's 4-1 win over BYU in Baton Rouge. Monday also produced the first major upset of the women's college season ... Read the whole story

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