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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Nov. 13, 2008
First, Virginia lost Chris Agorsor, the nation's top freshman prospect, with a knee injury in September. Then, Tony Tchani, since named the ACC Freshman of the Year, went down with a knee injury of his own in late October. You'd think the Cavaliers were done for the year, but they ... Read the whole story
Top-ranked Wake Forest is now No. 1 in the latest RPI index of NCAA Division I men's programs released on Monday. For the RPI rankings of the top 25 teams and the teams on the bubble for the NCAA Tournament ... Read the whole story
Men's conferences swung into tournament action in a big way on Wednesday. Finals were set in two conferences: UC Irvine vs. UC Santa Barbara in the Big West and Boston University vs. Binghamton in the America East. Perhaps the biggest shocker was SMU's 3-0 loss at home to South Carolina ... Read the whole story
The NCAA Division II Men's Tournament opened Wednesday's with a miracle comeback in Jefferson City, Tenn., where Francis Marion came back from three goals down in the last half hour and defeated Carson-Newman, 4-3, on a golden goal by Kyle Clinton. For more on Wednesday's openers and the complete NCAA ... Read the whole story
Swede Yolando Odenyo is a big reason Oklahoma State tied a school record with 17 wins and enters the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. Odenyo earned Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year honors. She talks about the Cowgirls' chances in the NCAA Tournament. Read the whole story
USC begins its NCAA Division I women's title defense Thursday against Boston University in in Provo, Utah. In Thursday's other first-round game, regional host BYU, the Mountain West champion, faces surprise ACC finalist Virginia Tech. For all the first-round matchups ... Read the whole story



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