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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2010
[COACHING MOVES] The decision by Indiana to replace Mike Freitag with Todd Yeagley continues to reverberate across the country. Yeagle's departure from Wisconsin led to John Trask leaving UIC for the Badgers, while Brian Maisonneuve's move from Louisville, where he was an assistant under Ken Lolla, to alma mater Indiana, ... Read the whole story
[CAMPBELL MEN] Steve Armas, who has helped build Campbell into a national contender, was named head coach of the Fighting Camels, replacing Doug Hess, who resigned last month to accept the head coaching job at Drexel. Read the whole story
[INDIANA MEN] New Indiana coach Todd Yeagley announced the signing of nine players, including two state products from the 2009 U.S. Soccer Development Academy under-17/18 champion Carmel United. Read the whole story
[LOYOLA MARYMOUNT] Son Cameron was among the six high school seniors Coach Paul Krumpe signed for the 2010 season at Loyola Marymount. Five other freshmen, including a pair of players from the Los Angeles Galaxy Youth Academy U-18 team, will join Gonzaga transfer Mitch Boland. Read the whole story
[TULSA MEN] Austrian Adrian Klammer, a junior transfer from Young Harris Junior College in Georgia, where he scored 50 goals as a freshman, heads the list of players Tulsa has signed. Read the whole story
[DUKE WOMEN] Duke has signed nine players, including three players who were Gatorade State Players of the Year as juniors - Kaitlyn Kerr (Pennsylvania), Mollie Pathman (North Carolina) and Laura Weinberg (Florida) -- and Texan Natasha Anasi, who is one of the top athletes in this year's freshman class. Read the whole story
[ILLINOIS WOMEN] Vanessa DiBernardo, daughter of former U.S. international and NASL star Angelo DiBernardo, is among six players Illinois has signed. Read the whole story
[SOUTH CAROLINA WOMEN] Canadians Gabby Gilbert and Samantha McGowan and Samantha Gonzalez, a Mexican youth international out of Kyle, Texas, are among the 11 players whom South Carolina signed. Read the whole story



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