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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Nov. 16, 2009
Akron will look to accomplish what no team has done in 35 years and win a national championship with a perfect record. The No. 1 Zips improved to 20-0-0 with a 2-1 come-from-behind win over Hartwick, which finished with nine players in Sunday's Mid-American final. Read the whole story
ACC champion Virginia moved up to No. 2 behind Akron and ahead of Wake Forest, North Carolina and UCLA in the final Soccer America Men's Top 25 rankings. For the complete Top 25 ... Read the whole story
Wofford and Sacramento State advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time when they won their respective conference tournaments. For all Sunday's results ... Read the whole story
Led by unseeded Virginia, which had one of the biggest comeback victories in school history, the ACC sent seven teams to the round of 16 of the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. No. 1 seeds North Carolina and Florida State, No. 2 Boston College, No. 3 Virginia Tech and No. ... Read the whole story
Only four seeded teams had lost in the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. Oregon State knocked off SEC powerhouse Florida, 1-0, in overtime, and UCF, another No. 3 regional seed, lost by the same score at Wisconsin, while Texas A&M; beat No. 4 regional seed LSU in a shootout and ... Read the whole story
[COLLEGE MEN] Fifth-seeded Virginia won the ACC championship Sunday afternoon, defeating seventh-seeded N.C. State, 1-0, on Mb>Will Bates' goal in the final. Tournament MVP Diego Restrepo posted his eighth-consecutive shutout in goal. Read the whole story
[COLLEGE MEN] St. John's captured its record eighth Big east championship Sunday in a shootout against Notre Dame. The Red Storm played the Irish to a scoreless tie through two overtime periods, and grabbed the title in penalty kicks 5-3. Read the whole story
[COLLEGE MEN] Ohio State captured the Big Ten title with a 1-0 win over Penn State Sunday afternoon. David Tiemstra scored the winning goal with 43 seconds remaining in regulation to give the Buckeyes their second tourney title in three years. Read the whole story



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