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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Sept. 22, 2008
If there were any doubts about who is the top team in men's soccer, Wake Forest put them to rest Sunday when it won the battle of the last two national champions with a 6-2 win at UC Santa Barbara. ALSO: O'Brien White ends scoring slump. Read the whole story
There is a shakeup among the teams immediately behind No. 1 Wake Forest. Connecticut moved into the No. 2 spot, and Maryland climbed three places to No. 3. For this week's Soccer America Men's Top 25 rankings ... Read the whole story
The crowd of 7,408 fans at UC Santa Barbara's Harder Stadium on Sunday for the UCSB-Wake Forest game was the largest men's crowd of the season. Maryland also drew a 6,000-plus crowd over the weekend for its ACC game with Duke. For the top men's crowds ... Read the whole story
Top-ranked women's team Notre Dame, which improved to 8-0-0 with its 3-1 win at Big Ten powerhouse Penn State on Sunday, was playing without Coach Randy Waldrum, who was not in attendance at Sunday's game due to a death in his family. ALSO: Six teams lose perfect records, and UCLA ... Read the whole story
There was no movement at the top of the Soccer America Men's Top 25 as the top eight teams all won. LSU, Texas A&M, Duke, Wake Forest and West Virginia each climbed two spots to claim the No. 9-13 spots in this week's rankings. For this week's Soccer America Women's ... Read the whole story



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