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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Dec. 7, 2009
[WOMEN'S COLLEGE CUP] North Carolina won its 20th NCAA Division I women's championship with a 1-0 win over top-ranked Stanford on Jessica McDonald's third-minute goal. The Cardinal, who went into the game with a 25-0-0 record and was rattled by Carolina's high-pressure game, lost star Kelley O'Hara with a red ... Read the whole story
[NCAA DIVISION I MEN] No. 1 Akron beat Tulsa, 1-0, on Kofi Sarkodie's goal in the 17th minute and tied Indiana's record for the most consecutive wins in a season with its 23rd straight victory. Despite cold and wind, the game was a sellout, shattering the Akron record with 4,254 ... Read the whole story
[NCAA DIVISION I MEN] Wake Forest returned to the Men's College Cup for the fourth year in a row thanks to a 2-0 win over visiting UCLA on Saturday. The Demon Deacons join ACC rivals Virginia and North Carolina in next week's semifinals along with top-ranked Akron. Read the whole story
[NCAA DIVISION II] Fort Lewis (men) and Grand Valley State (women) won titles Saturday at the NCAA Division II national finals in Tampa. Read the whole story
[NCAA DIVISION III] Messiah repeated as the NCAA Division III champion in men's and women's soccer, sweeping Saturday's finals in San Antonio. Read the whole story
[NAIA MEN] No. 1 seed Lindsey Wilson won its eighth NAIA men's title by defeating No. 15 seed The Master's, 1-0 in Saturday's final at Fresno Pacific. Read the whole story
[NAIA WOMEN] No. 2-seed Lee recorded its fifth- consecutive shutout of the NAIA Women's National Championship to defeat unseeded Point Loma Nazarene, 2-0, and win the 2009 title in Decatur, Ala. Read the whole story

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