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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, May 19, 2009
The NCAA has awarded the 2010 Men's College Cup to UC Santa Barbara, marking just the second time since 1986 that the finals will be played on the West Coast. The Men's Cup will be played at Harder Stadium, the former UCSB football stadium that has become home to a ... Read the whole story
UC Santa Barbara led the nation in average attendance in 2008 for NCAA Division I men's programs, beating out Connecticut, Big West rival Cal Poly, Creighton and Maryland. For the top 50 men's programs in average attendance ... Read the whole story
The University of Michigan's Board of Regents has approved plans for a new soccer stadium, allowing work to begin immediately on the $6 million project. The goal is to add European-style grandstand seating for 2,200 fans at the soccer field, which has only temporary bleachers. Read the whole story
Phil Wolf, the 2007 NAIA Coach of the Year, resigned his position as men's head coach at NAIA power Azusa Pacific to to accept a position as assistant coach at SMU. Read the whole story
Nnamdi Nwokocha, one of the most prolific scorers in ACC history, died of meningitis recently at the age of 46 in his native Nigeria. Read the whole story
Three former MLS players -- Kevin Anderson (Columbia), Clint Peay (Richmond) and Todd Yeagley (Wisconsin) -- have accepted positions as head coaches at Division I programs. For all the Division I men's coaching moves ... Read the whole story
The head coaches at three 2008 NCAA Division I Tournament teams -- Charlotte, Fresno State, Morehead State -- have been lured away to other programs. For all the Division I women's coaching moves ... Read the whole story
Bryant, Princeton, Quinnipiac and William & Mary have all announced their 2009 men's recruiting classes. For all their incoming players and their club connections ... Read the whole story



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