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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2008
Which Virginia team are we going to see this season? The team that lost twice at home on the opening weekend of the season. Or the team that rallied from two goals down to win at George Mason, 3-2, and beat a good Hofstra team, 4-2, two days later? The ... Read the whole story
Northern Kentucky took over as No. 1 in the NCAA Division II men's rankings when Lincoln Memorial, last week's No. 1, was tied by Bellarmine, 2-2, and Midwestern State, the No. 2 team, dropped a 2-1 decision to Colorado Mines. Idle Middlebury held on to the top spot in the ... Read the whole story
Last year, Kansas averaged 1.1 goals a game. Through their first four games of the 2008 season, redshirt freshman Emily Cressy and freshman Kortney Clifton are averaging 1.75 goals between them. Read the whole story
Through Tuesday night, 25 NCAA Division I women's teams were still unbeaten and untied. The Pac-10 and Big 12 lead all conferences with three teams each with perfect records. Read the whole story
Grand Valley State remained No. 1 in the NCAA Division II women's rankings with a 2-0 win over Quincy and 1-0 win over UMSL. Kristina Nasturzio extended her shutout streak to 334 minutes to start the season. Brittany Bergh broke through for two goals in the second half as the ... Read the whole story
A hot start has rocketed Lindsey Wilson to the top of the NAIA Men's Soccer Top 25 Poll. The Blue Raiders (4-0-0) have been led by senior Nathaniel Jafta and freshman Moses Aduny, who have combined to score four of the team's eight goals. Martin Methodist held its No. 1 ... Read the whole story

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