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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2008
It's been quite a tumultuous end-of-season for Ohio State, last year's runner-up at the Men's College Cup. The Buckeyes ended the season with four straight losses but managed to earn a berth in the NCAA Tournament. Things got worse when Coach John Bluem suspended six players -- five of them ... Read the whole story
Englishman Steve Zakuani emerged this fall as one of college soccer's most feared strikers and a leading candidate for Player of the Year honors. The sophomore leads all NCAA Division I scorers with 20 goals and 47 points. Bothered by a sprained left ankle during the Mid-American Tournament, Zakuani is ... Read the whole story
Neal Kitson won a national championship as a freshman at NCAA Division II Dowling in 2004 and hopes to finish his career with a second championship, this time with Division I St. John's. Kitson, whose 0.34 goals-against average is the lowest in the country, has been sensational in his first ... Read the whole story
The 16 seeded teams begin action in the second round of the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament on Tuesday. For the second-round schedule ... Read the whole story
Perhaps the biggest surprise in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament is the presence of Texas A&M.; The Aggies, who struggled late in the season, have gotten hot in the postseason and reached the quarterfinals, where they will meet North Carolina Friday in Chapel Hill. Read the whole story



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