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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, April 21, 2010
[NORTH CAROLINA WOMEN] Following the loss of a deep senior class that won three national championships and had four players drafted in the first eight picks of the 2010 WPS draft, North Carolina needs help and got that with the addition of defender Crystal Dunn, a member of the U.S. ... Read the whole story
[SAN DIEGO STATE MEN] U.S. under-18 national team forward Miles Byass heads the 12-player class -- 10 high school seniors and two transfers -- San Diego State coach Lev Kirshner has landed. Read the whole story
[MEN'S RECRUITING] Brown, Drake, Liberty, Portland, Santa Clara, Seton Hall and UAB announced their 2010 recruiting classes. For all their incoming players ... Read the whole story
[GEORGIA WOMEN] Steve Holeman, the only head women's coach in Mississippi history, was hired as the new University of Georgia women's coach, replacing Patrick Baker. Read the whole story
[SPRING SOCCER] Creighton rallied to beat 2009 national champion Virginia, 2-1, Saturday on a pair of goals by Ethan Finlay in a charity match that drew a crowd estimated at over 2,500 for the third annual National Champions Challenge at Morrison Stadium. Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] The Notre Dame men's and women's teams will close out their spring seasons on Friday night with a doubleheader against a pair of Mexican teams. Read the whole story
[STADIUMS] A sellout crowd of 2,083 fans was on hand Saturday to watch the University of Denver dedicate its new soccer stadium at CIBER Field in ceremonies between the Pioneers' women's and men's spring games. Read the whole story



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