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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Nov. 20, 2008
San Francisco and UNC Greensboro, two legendary programs, sneaked into the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament. USF won the WCC (9-9-1 overall), while UNCG, the Southern Conference champion, is the only team in the men's field with a losing record (8-11-2). Read the whole story
SOCCER AMERICA interviews UC Davis forward Quincy Amarikwa, one of this year's top seniors. He earned Big West Offensive Player of the Year honors. The Aggies begin play in the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament Saturday at home against MPSF champion Denver. Read the whole story
The NCAA Division I  Men's Tournament begins with first-round play Friday and Saturday. The 16 seeded teams move into action in the second round next Tuesday. The third round follows the weekend of Nov. 28-30. For the complete first- and second-round schedules ... Read the whole story
Kerri Hanks, the 2006 Hermann Trophy winner, and Notre Dame teammates Carrie Dew and Brittany Bock are among the first group of players who have accepted invitations to Women's Professional Soccer combines to be held Dec. 11-14 (San Diego) and Dec. 18-21 (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla). Invitees included college seniors and ... Read the whole story
Like fivethirtyeight.com, which brought some clarity to the polls in the presidential race, collegesoccer360.com, the newest web site to cover women's college soccer, provides an important overview to the national women's scene. Read the whole story
Play resumes in the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament with eight games this weekend. It begins Friday when No. 1 regional seeds Notre Dame and Stanford host unseeded Minnesota and Rutgers, respectively. For all the results and schedules ... Read the whole story
Top-ranked Darton College takes a 21-0-1 record into the NJCAA Division I Women's Championship, which begins Thursday at Chandler-Gilbert Commnity College in Chandler, Ariz. Read the whole story



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