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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2009
[NCAA DIVISION I MEN]  Of the teams playing on the road in Thursday's first round of this year's NCAA Division I Men's Tournament, none will have to travel as far as Wofford, which opens at UC Santa Barbara on Thursday. The Terriers might as well be headed to the Orient. ... Read the whole story
[NCAA DIVISION I MEN]  There's no doubt Sacramento State was deserving of its first ever NCAA Tournament bid. The Hornets came back from 1-0 and 2-1 deficits in regulation and 4-3 down in the shootout to beat New Mexico and win the MPSF title. They earned a trip Thursday to ... Read the whole story
[LEADING SCORERS] A year after Akron's Steve Zakuani won the national scoring title, another Zip sophomore, Teal Bunbury, is in line to win the Division I goal-scoring crown. Bunbury is tied with Adelphi's French freshman, Issa Tall, for the national scoring lead with 16 goals. Read the whole story
Akron aims to become the first team to unbeaten and untied in 35 years but faces a host of serious challengers. Who do you like to win the Men's College Cup? Read the whole story
[MEN'S DRAW] The NCAA Division I Men's Tournament begins with 16 games on Thursday. For the complete schedule ... Read the whole story
[NCAA DIVISION I WOMEN] Oregon State was so excited about its first run to the Sweet 16 in program history it decided to stay on the road. The Beavers pulled back-to-back upsets at Ohio State (3-1) and against regional No. 3 seed Florida (1-0) and then immediately headed to Michigan, ... Read the whole story
[COACHING MOVES] Jaime Frias has stepped down as Nevada women's coach after two years for family reasons. Read the whole story
[NJCAA DIVISION I MEN] Yavapai will seek its third straight NJCAA Division I men's title at the 2009 national championships, which begin Thursday at Mercer County Community College. Read the whole story

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