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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, April 13, 2011
[NEBRASKA-OMAHA] Just how complicated college sports are to administer and how impactful Title IX is on men's programs is all set out in the decision of Nebraska-Omaha to move to the NCAA Division I level and -- most important, join the Summit League. It resulted in a decision by the ... Read the whole story
[AKRON MEN] Akron, which won the 2010 NCAA Division I men's title, lost a record seven players taken in the 2011 MLS SuperDraft, but it accounted itself well on its spring tour of Spain, beating Rayo Vallecano's reserve team, 3-0, before losing to Real Madrid's C team, 1-0. Read the whole story
[SPRING SOCCER] Harvard drew 11,513 fans for a match Sunday afternoon against the Haitian national team as a fundraiser benefiting Partners in Health relief efforts in Haiti. Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] While the turnover hasn't been like in 2010 when dozen longtime coaches stepped down at major programs, four 2010 NCAA Division I Tournament teams -- semifinalist North Carolina, Butler, Creighton and St. Peter's -- have made coaching changes. For all the NCAA Division I men's coaching changes ... Read the whole story
[CALIFORNIA WOMEN] Patrick Baker is on the move again, landing at the University of California, where he will serve as associate coach under Neil McGuire and his wife, Kelly Sack-Baker, will be assistant coach. Read the whole story



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