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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2009
[MEN'S DRAW] Monday's announcement of the 48 teams that will take part in the 2009 NCAA Division I Men's Tournament had its share of surprises, signaling a shift in power on the West Coast and marking the end of an era for one traditional power. For a look at this ... Read the whole story
[COACHING MOVES] After 15 seasons, Tim O'Sullivan will not be returning as VCU men's coach in 2010. The athletic department announced Monday that his contract will not be renewed for next season. The Rams went 5-10-2 in 2009 and finished 10th in the 12-team CAA. Read the whole story
[LEADING SCORERS] A pair of sophomores, UCLA's Sydney Leroux and Notre Dame's Melissa Henderson, had big weekends with four goals and two goals apiece that put them in contention for the national scoring title. For the nation's Division I leading goal scorers ... Read the whole story
[NCAA DIVISION II MEN] No. 1 Fort Lewis is only team ranked in the top five to advance to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division II Men's Tournament. For the quarterfinal pairings ... Read the whole story
[NCAA DIVISION II WOMEN]  No. 1 West Florida and No. 2 St. Rose remained unbeaten and untied with wins in the NCAA Division II Women's Tournament. For the regional pairings ... Read the whole story
[NCAA DIVISION III MEN] Trinity (Texas), Ohio Wesleyan and Montclair State all had first-round byes in the NCAA Division III Men's Tournament but fell in the second round. For the next round's schedule ... Read the whole story
[NCAA DIVISION III WOMEN]  No. 1 Messiah, No. 2 Trinity (Texas) and No. 3 Williams all advanced to the third round of the NCAA Division III Women's Tournament with wins over the weekend. For the round of 16 schedule ... Read the whole story
[NAIA] Lindsey Wilson is the top seed in the NAIA men's and women's national championships, which begin Saturday with 15 first-round men's games and 16 women's games. For the complete schedules ... Read the whole story



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