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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Oct. 27, 2008
On Senior Night, No. 1 Wake Forest's seniors came through as Sam Cronin, Jamie Franks and Marcus Tracy all scored in the 5-2 win over Boston College. Akron clinched its fourth consecutive Mid-American regular-season championship with a 2-0 win over Western Michigan. Winners of Top 25 clashes were Michigan (over ... Read the whole story
Akron moved up to No. 2 behind top-ranked Wake Forest, while Maryland jumped two places to No. 4. No. 3 Creighton and No. 5 Northwestern rounded out the top five. For this week's complete Soccer America Men's Top 25 and last week's results ... Read the whole story
Women's weekend play featured four big conference matchups involving Top 25 teams, and the visiting teams won all four games: UCLA over USC (Pac-10), North Carolina over Virginia (ACC), Florida over LSU (SEC) and Texas A&M; over Colorado (Big 12). For a look at all the action ... Read the whole story
There was no change in the top six spots in the Soccer America Women's Top 25. Florida State moved up one spot to No. 7, while Big 12 teams Texas, Texas A&M; and Oklahoma State all climbed up two or more spots to round out the top 10. For this ... Read the whole story
Defending women's champion Southern California came close in its bid to break the attendance record for a regular-season women's game, drawing 7,804 fans at the Los Angeles Coliseum for a 2-1 loss to UCLA on Friday night. The regular-season attendance mark of 8,204 was set in 2006 when Texas A&M; ... Read the whole story

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