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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Friday, Nov. 19, 2010
[VIRGINIA-OLD DOMINION MEN] Last year, Virginia's NCAA Tournament run ended with its first national championship since the Bruce Arena era. This year, the Cavs were out after 90 minutes in the first round. Alex Vaughan's goal in the 63rd minute gave Old Dominion the 1-0 win, marking the third straight ... Read the whole story
[WEST VIRGINIA-XAVIER MEN] Down 2-0 after only five minutes, West Virginia stormed back thanks to a hat trick from junior Franck Tayou, and went on to beat upstart Xavier, 4-2, and move into the second round of the NCAA tournament Sunday against No. 1 Akron. Read the whole story
No. 7 South Carolina was the only higher seeded team to lose in the third round of the NCAA Men's Tournament. Michigan, a 3-1 winner over the Gamecocks, joined No. 1 seed Louisville, the lone unbeaten left in the tournament, Maryland, Akron, North Carolina, SMU, California and UCLA in next ... Read the whole story
Top-ranked Stanford, Florida State and Boston College are the only teams among the top eight regional seeds still alive in the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. For all the third-round action ... Read the whole story
The fields are set for the NCAA Division II and III final fours (men's and women's) in Louisville, Ky., and San Antonio, Texas, respectively, on Dec. 2-4. The NAIA men's and women's finals (both 16-team fields) begin next week in Alabama. For all the small-college weekend action ... Read the whole story
[NJCAA MEN] Cincinnati State, the junior college that was Colorado Rapids star Omar Cummings' first stop on the road to stardom, defeated Lincoln College, 2-0, to move into the semifinals of the NJCAA Division I Men's Tournament. Host Tyler, Barton County and Monroe join Cincinnati State in Friday's semifinals. Read the whole story
[NJCAA WOMEN] Top seed Tyler Junior College led a sweep of the favored teams into the semifinals of the NJCAA Division I Women's Tournament in Topeka, Kan. Read the whole story



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