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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Nov. 24, 2008
Former Columbus Crew coach Greg Andrulis takes one of the nation's hottest teams to No. 2 Maryland for Tuesday's second round of the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament. George Mason extended its winning streak to eight games with a 1-0 win over Penn on Friday. Only the Terrapins, winners of ... Read the whole story
Five teams -- UNC Greensboro, Cal Poly, Harvard, Jacksonville and Ohio State -- won on the road in the first round of the NCAA Division I  Men's Tournament. The 16 seeded teams move into action in the second round on Tuesday. For the first-round results and second-round schedules ... Read the whole story
Westmont College's remarkable postseason continued Saturday when the Warriors beat Holy Names, 3-2, in overtime before 2,000 fans at UC Santa Barbara's Harder Stadium. The victory, which sends the Warriors to the NAIA Championships, came 10 days after a wild fire destroyed the home of Westmont coach Dave Wolf and ... Read the whole story
Yavapai completed its first perfect season when it beat San Jacinto, 1-0, and won its seventh NJCAA Division I men's tournament. Read the whole story
Tampa came back from two goals down and won, 3-2, at Tusculum to reach the NCAA Division II men's final four it will host Dec. 4-6. Amherst knocked off top-ranked Texas (Trinity), 1-0, while Stevens Institute eliminated defending champion Middlebury in a shootout in the NCAA Division III men's quarterfinals. ... Read the whole story
UCLA defeated defending champion USC, 1-0, in the marquee match of the third round of NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. Top-ranked Notre Dame needed an overtime penalty kick from Kerri Hanks to beat unseeded Minnesota, 1-0. Stanford also struggled to put away unseeded Rutgers and had to settle for a ... Read the whole story
The sellout of of 4,879 for Saturday night's Portland-James Madison game ensured that Portland will lead women's soccer in both average and overall attendance this year. Read the whole story
Freshman Kaylee Neutzling scored two goals to lead Lewis & Clark Community College to a 3-2 win over top-ranked Darton College and give the Trailblazers the NJCAA Division I Women's championship. Read the whole story



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