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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012
[COACHING CHANGES] Tara Erickson, the 2006 Pac-10 Coach of the Year, will not be returning to Oregon in 2013. The Ducks are one of nine women's programs to already announce plans for coaching changes. For all the moves ... Read the whole story
[SCHEDULE: Second Round] The NCAA Division I Women's Tournament moves into regional play at eight venues. Regional No. 1 seed BYU hosts Auburn, and Big East champion Marquette faces Ivy League champion Princeton in Provo on Thursday. For all the action ... Read the whole story
[ATTENDANCE WATCH] Nine first-round games in the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament drew crowds of more than 1,000. Portland, BYU and Texas Tech led the way. For all the first-round crowds ... Read the whole story
[SCHEDULE: Third Round] Top-ranked Armstrong Atlantic State and No. 2 West Florida are in action Friday in the third round of the NCAA Division II Women's Tournament in Pensacola, Fla., when they face Columbus State and Tampa, respectively. For the complete schedule ... Read the whole story
[SCHEDULE: Third Round] Hardin-Simmons and Lynchburg take unbeaten records into the third round of the NCAA Division III Women's Tournament. For the complete schedule ... Read the whole story
[NAIA TOURNAMENT] Four-time defending national champion Lee is the top seed in the NAIA women's championship that kicks off Saturday with first-round action. The Lady Flames, who enter the tournament riding a 20-match championship win streak dating back to 2008, will host first-time qualifier Montreat. The 15 first-round winners will ... Read the whole story
[NJCAA DIVISION III] Mohawk Valley Community College won its first NJCAA Division III women's national championship in almost a decade when it beat Gloucester County College, 4-1, in the tournament final. Samantha Getman and Meghan Carlo scored first-half goals 80 seconds apart to spark the Hawks. Read the whole story



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