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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Oct. 6, 2008
Top-ranked Wake Forest extended its winning streak to 15 games with an 8-2 victory over visiting Virginia Tech before 3,246 fans on Friday. ALSO: Michael Brooks put on one of the season's great individual performances in Clemson's 5-3 win over Maryland. Virginia's streak continued with another ACC win. Read the whole story
Besides No. 1 Wake Forest, Akron was the only other team in last week's Top 10 to go unscathed. The Zips climbed five spots to No. 3. Creighton also jumped five places to No. 2. For this week's complete Soccer America Men's Top 25 ... Read the whole story
Connecticut drew a sellout crowd of 4,407 for its Big East match with West Virginia. Fans donated more than 1,000 new and used soccer balls on a night when the visiting Mountaineers upset the Huskies, 1-0. UConn partnered with the  Kick for Nick organization, which was started in memory of ... Read the whole story
Santa Clara, one of the great names in women's soccer, suffered two more losses -- 5-0 to Stanford and 2-0 to Arizona  -- in its final two non-conference games of the season and fell to 3-7-2. ALSO: The weekend hat trick stars. Read the whole story
There was no change among the top six teams in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 with unbeaten and untied Notre Dame still No. 1. Virginia climbed four places to No. 7 thanks to 6-0 and 7-1 wins in ACC play. For this week's complete Soccer America Women's Top 25 ... Read the whole story
Illinois drew a crowd of 2,036 fans, the second largest crowd in history at the Illinois Soccer and Track Stadium, for its 1-0 win over Michigan on Sunday. Other crowds of note included 3,376 for Texas A&M-Oklahoma State, which gives the Aggies four of the top eight women's crowds of ... Read the whole story

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