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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Dec. 8, 2008
Just when you thought some parity had arrived in women's soccer, North Carolina came along to set things start.  The Tar Heels underdogs? Hah! They had to knock off not one, but two unbeaten teams, and they fell behind after only 16 seconds in the final. But they recovered to ... Read the whole story
North Carolina has won 19 out of the 27 NCAA Division I women's championships. The Tar Heels have never gone more than two years without winning a title. Five of the last eight UNC titles have come against Notre Dame in the final. Read the whole story
Last week it was 7-0. This week it was 5-0 -- 4-0 in less than half an hour. Wake Forest left doubt who is the favorite to win the Men's College Cup with a win over Big East champion South Florida that sends the Demon Deacons to the final four ... Read the whole story
North Carolina picked the right time to get hot. The Tar Heels, who entered the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament with a five-game losing streak, advanced to the College Cup with a 1-0 win over Northwestern on Saturday at Fetzer Field. Read the whole story
Maryland is returning to the Men's College Cup for the first time since winning the national title in 2005 thanks to a 1-0 win over Creighton on Saturday at Ludwig Field. The win was the Terps' 14th in a row and gave them 21 on the year -- a program-best. Read the whole story
St. John's accomplished one of the great comebacks in the history of the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament when it came back from two goals down with less than nine minutes to play and beat Indiana, 3-2, in overtime. Read the whole story
Cal State Dominguez Hills, best known as the home of the Home Depot Center, won its second NCAA Division II men's title with a 3-0 win over Dowling Sunday at Tampa's Pepin-Rodd Stadium Read the whole story
Nick Blossey didn't play a minute of the NCAA Division III Men's Tournament but he was voted its Most Outstanding Player, coming off the bench in the shootout in the final to stop three shots and lead Messiah to a 3-0 win on penalty kicks after its game with Stevens ... Read the whole story



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