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College Soccer Reporter Editions for 2009
College Soccer Reporter - Monday, Dec 21, 2009 
Todd Yeagley takes Indiana coaching job by Paul Kennedy
Maryland assistant Payne named Army head coach by Soccer America
Positions filled at Detroit, Manhattan and Xavier by Soccer America
LeBlanc leaves Rutgers to concentrate on Sol duties by Soccer America
Dartmouth's Henderson headed to Sweden by Soccer America
College Soccer Reporter - Friday, Dec 18, 2009 
Akron's Bunbury is Men's Player of the Year by Paul Kennedy
2009 Soccer America Men's MVPs by Soccer America
Virginia's Gelnovatch earns Coach of the Year award by Soccer America
Virginia's Bates named Freshman of the Year by Soccer America
ACC dominates All-Freshman first team by Soccer America
College Soccer Reporter - Thursday, Dec 17, 2009 
Stanford's O'Hara named Women's Player of the Year by Paul Kennedy
Seniors dominate Soccer America MVPs first team by Soccer America
Soccer America Women's MVPs (1988-2009) by Soccer America
Coach of the Year Waldrum enjoys rewarding season by Soccer America
Freshman of the Year DiMartino follows in sisters' footsteps by Soccer America
Stanford again places three players on All-Freshman first team by Soccer America
College Soccer Reporter - Monday, Dec 14, 2009 
Wait is over for Virginia's Gelnovatch by Paul Kennedy
All-Tournament Team by Soccer America
2009 NCAA Men's Division II All-American team by Soccer America
2009 NCAA Men's Division III All-American team by Soccer America
2009 NCAA Division I Women's All-Regional Teams by Soccer America
College Soccer Reporter - Saturday, Dec 12, 2009 
Akron's win streak over, not its title hopes by Paul Kennedy
Villanueva leads Virginia into first final since 1997 by Paul Kennedy
2009 NCAA Men's Division I All-Americans by Soccer America
Bunbury, Bone and Akpan are Hermann finalists by Soccer America
O'Hara joins gold-medalists among Hermann women's finalists by Soccer America
Conference tournament to be held at Red Bull Arena by Soccer America
College Soccer Reporter - Friday, Dec 11, 2009 
North Carolina stands in way of Akron's quest by Paul Kennedy
Virginia enters semifinals against Wake on a roll by Soccer America
ACC vs. Akron: 2-3-5 takes aim at 1 by Soccer America
UCLA leads all schools with four invitees by Soccer America
Gansler and DiGrazia selected for Hall of Fame by Soccer America
College Soccer Reporter - Thursday, Dec 10, 2009 
Stanford and Portland head All-American selections by Soccer America
O'Hara takes scoring title by Soccer America
Grand Valley State stars head first team by Soccer America
Messiah's Naeher earns repeat honors by Soccer America
College soccer on the air by Soccer America
College Soccer Reporter - Monday, Dec 07, 2009 
North Carolina wins 20th NCAA title by Paul Kennedy
Akron moves into final four with 23rd straight win by Soccer America
Wake returns to College Cup for fourth year in a row by Soccer America
Fort Lewis and Grand Valley State take titles by Soccer America
Messiah does double again by Soccer America
Lindsey Wilson takes eighth championship by Soccer America
Lee wins back-to-back titles by Soccer America
College Soccer Reporter - Saturday, Dec 05, 2009 
Press sends Stanford to first final with golden goal by Soccer America
North Carolina reaches final for 23rd time in 28 years by Soccer America
Virginia downs Maryland, 3-0, for 11th straight shutout by Soccer America
Carolina headed back to Men's College Cup by Soccer America
Messiah heads back to championship game by Soccer America
Washington (Mo.) seeks first title by Soccer America
The Master's reaches final for first time by Soccer America
Point Loma Nazarene pulls another upset by Soccer America
College Soccer Reporter - Friday, Dec 04, 2009 
Stanford aims to make history by Paul Kennedy
Notre Dame seeks revenge for early-season drubbing by Paul Kennedy
Dorrance: Stanford should be favored by Soccer America
NCAA Division I Men's Tournament Scoreboard by Soccer America
Fort Lewis moves into final with 8-2 rout by Soccer America
Unbeaten and untied West Florida and Saint Rose both fall by Soccer America
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