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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Friday, Dec. 12, 2008
Maryland coach Sasho Cirovski says the 2008 Men's College Cup has the potential to be one of the best ever.  The four participants -- Maryland, St. John's, North Carolina and Wake Forest -- have all won national titles in the last 12 years. Maryland takes a 14-game winning streak into ... Read the whole story
Wake Forest and North Carolina are located only 85 miles apart, but the schools will be meeting Friday 1,100 miles away in Frisco, Texas, in the semifinals of the Men's College Cup (TV: ESPN2, live, 5:30 pm ET). The Tar Heels lead the all-time series 19-10-7, but the Demon Deacons ... Read the whole story
Akron's Caleb Porter, one of the most-sought after coaches in college soccer, has been awarded his second new contract in less than a year. The new contract for the 2007 and 2008 Mid-American Coach of the Year is a five-year deal. Read the whole story
All the 2008 men's all-conference teams and individual conference awards have been released. The Men's College Cup will feature ACC Defensive Player of the Year Ike Opara (Wake Forest), Big East Defensive Player of the Year Joel Gustafsson (St. John's) and Big East Midfielder of the Year Nelson Becerra (St. ... Read the whole story
The rest of the the 2008 men's all-conference teams and individual conference awards from the Mid-American to WCC ... Read the whole story



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