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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Oct. 28, 2010
[INDIANA-BUTLER MEN] Any doubts about Butler's strength were put to rest on Wednesday as the unbeaten Bulldogs crushed Big Ten leader Indiana, 4-1, in Bloomington to gain revenge for their loss to the Hoosiers in last year's NCAA Tournament. Read the whole story
[CROWD COUNT] They call it the Blue-Green Rivalry, and it's become the biggest rivalry in college soccer. A crowd of 8,125 turned out in San Luis Obispo on Wednesday night to watch Cal Poly knock off No. 13 UC Santa Barbara. The two schools have now drawn the four largest ... Read the whole story
[SYRACUSE-LOUISVILLE MEN] No. 4 Louisville remained unbeaten and tied a school record for wins with a 2-1 victory at Syracuse in Big East play. Read the whole story
[RESULTS] Top-ranked Akron edged No. 10 Creighton, 1-0, on a goal by Darlington Nagbe in the 63rd minute. No. 20 Penn lost to Penn State, 2-1, while No. 24 Loyola Marymount dropped a 2-1 decision at WCC rival San Diego. No. 25 Tulsa fell to Kentucky by the same score ... Read the whole story
[NAIA MEN'S RPI] Rio Grande, second in the first two NAIA Men's RPI rankings, moved past Simon Fraser and claimed the top spot in this week's rankings. Read the whole story
[NAIA WOMEN'S RPI] Lee tops the NAIA Women's RPI index ahead of Concordia (Ore.). Concordia (14-0-2) and Lee (13-2-0) are 1-2 in the NAIA Soccer Coaches' Top 25 Poll. Read the whole story



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