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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2008
Of all the accomplishments defending champion Wake Forest has achieved this season -- No. 1 ranking, top seed and the nation's top offense -- perhaps none is as remarkable as the fact that Jay Vidovich has six seniors projected to start in their third straight final four. Sophomores Ike Opara ... Read the whole story
No player helped his stock more in his senior year than UC Davis forward Quincy Amarikwa. The Aggie star out of Bakersfield, Calif., finished with 15 goals, including a stunning bicycle kick against UC Santa Barbara that is surely the College Goal of the Year. Read the whole story
Jeff Gettler, the winningest coach in Richmond men's soccer history, has resigned, ending his 14-year tenure with the Spiders. Read the whole story
With three assists in the 5-0 win over South Florida, Wake Forest's Cody Arnoux moved into second place behind Akron's Steve Zakuani in the race for the national scoring title. Arnoux, who trails Zakuani by five points, and Marcus Tracy are the only players among the top 10 leaders in ... Read the whole story
With her two goals in the Women's College Cup final, North Carolina's Casey Nogueira won the NCAA Division I women's title for points (58) and goals (25). For all the NCAA Division I leaders ... Read the whole story



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