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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Nov. 22, 2010
[COLLEGE MEN] Five Big Ten representatives -- none seeded higher than No. 10 -- are still alive in the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament -- no other conference has more than two teams in the final 16 -- thanks to a perfect weekend. Here's how they did it ... Read the whole story
[CROWD COUNT] No. 1 seed Louisville broke a school attendance record when it drew 5,197 fans Sunday for its NCAA Division I Men's Tournament second-round game against College of Charleston. The total doesn't include hundreds of fans standing on the berm overlooking the Cardinal Park field. 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
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] Tyler Junior College won its second straight NJCAA Division I men's championship in emphatic fashion with a 5-1 victory over Cincinnati State Tech at home on Sunday. Read the whole story
[NJCAA WOMEN] A first-half goal by Alyssa Flores was enough to give Arizona's Paradise Valley Community College a 1-0 win over defending champion Tyler Junior College in Sunday's NJCAA Division I women's final in Topeka, Kan. Read the whole story



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