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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Nov. 6, 2008
The best men's conference race in the country is in the Big West, where only three points separated the top five teams. Interest is so high that No. 21 UC Santa Barbara drew 9,749 fans on Wednesday night for its 0-0 tie with No. 25 Cal Poly in their top-of-the-table ... Read the whole story
Louisville, which had spent most of the season in the Soccer America Top 25 until a recent slump, beat West Virginia, 2-0, in the first round of the Big East Tournament. Read the whole story
Three top 10 teams fell on Wednesday in women's conference tournament action. No. 7 Florida State lost to Virginia Tech on penalty kicks in the ACC quarterfinals, and No. 8 Texas A&M; and No. 10 Texas fell to Kansas (4-2) and Missouri (2-1), respectively, on the first day of play ... Read the whole story
Eight women's conferences began tournament play with quarterfinal action on Wednesday. Two No. 7 seeds -- Virginia Tech (over Florida State on penalties in the ACC) and Kansas (over Texas A&M;, 4-2, in the Big 12) --advanced. Indiana State became the lowest seed to advance in the Missouri Valley since ... Read the whole story
For the third week in a row, Lindsey Wilson is No. 1 in both the NSCAA/adidas NAIA men's and women's rankings. Oklahoma City (men) and Lee (women) remained No. 2, while Notre Dame of Ohio and Martin Methodist moved up to No. 3 in the men's and women's rankings, respectively. ... Read the whole story

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