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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011
[U.S. NATIONAL TEAM] The college women's season is over, but there's no rest for five collegians who were called into the U.S. national team camp being held through Dec. 20 at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. None of them played at the Women's College Cup. Read the whole story
[CANADA NATIONAL TEAM] Canada, host of January's Concacaf Olympic qualifying tournament, brought in five U.S.-based collegians, including Shannon Woeller and Amelia Pietrangelo from Rutgers, for the training camp that runs through Dec. 15 in Fullerton, Calif. Read the whole story
[AWARDS] Seniors Teresa Noyola and Lindsay Taylor of national champion Stanford are among the 15 players named semifinalists for the 2011 Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy. Read the whole story
[TEXAS] Chris Petrucelli, who has been at Texas since 1999, is out as the Longhorns head coach and will be reassigned in the athletic department. The Longhorns earned their 10th NCAA tournament appearance in the past 11 seasons, but Petrucelli never duplicated the kind of success he had at Notre ... Read the whole story
[COLORADO] Bill Hempen, who in 2001 inherited a Colorado women's program that had never had a winning season and led the Buffaloes to six NCAA Tournament appearances, has left the program. Read the whole story
[COACHING MOVES] Nicole Nelson (Oklahoma), Stephanie Foster (Northwestern) and Erin Aubry (Arkansas) are among the head coaches who have left high-profile Division I women's programs. For all the coaching moves ... Read the whole story



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