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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2008
No Women's College Cup has ever featured the depth of talent in the frontlines of the four participants. They include an Olympic gold-medalist (UCLA's Lauren Cheney) and a former Hermann Trophy winner (Notre Dame's Kerri Hanks). For a look at the North Carolina, Notre Dame, Stanford and UCLA frontlines ... Read the whole story
SOCCER AMERICA profiles Stanford junior Kelley O'Hara, the elder in one of the nation's most prolific attacks. O'Hara will lead the Cardinal (22-1-1) as it moves into Friday's Women's College Cup semifinals for only the second time. Read the whole story
Cynthia Morote-Ariza of Loyola (Ill.) and Milwaukee's Sarah Hagen remain the NCAA Division I women's leaders in points and goals, respectively, but they can be overpassed by North Carolina's Casey Nogueira and Notre Dame's Keri Hanks, who will be competing in the Women's College Cup. For all the NCAA Division ... Read the whole story
Top-seed Lindsey Wilson won its opening game at the NAIA Women's Championship with a 3-0 win over McKendree in Daytona Beach, Fla. The higher seeds won all four games on Monday. For all the results and goal scorers ... Read the whole story
Bowling Green men's coach Fred Thompson handed in his resignation on Monday. Read the whole story
Akron sophomore Steve Zakuani maintained his lead among NCAA Division I men's scorers in points (47) and goals (20). The only player with a realistic shot of catching him is Wake Forest's Cody Arnoux, who has 39 points and 17 goals. For all the NCAA Division I leaders ... Read the whole story
Making its first appearance in the NAIA Men's National Championship, Mt. Vernon Nazarene upset Lindsey Wilson, 1-0, on Adam Worrall's second-half goal. The Blue Raiders went into the game with 35 national championship wins, the most of any current NAIA program. Top-seed Oklahoma City needed a goal from Stephen Sheffield ... Read the whole story



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