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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Saturday, Aug. 17, 2013
[BIG TEN: Women] Penn State, which lost in the 2012 Women's College Cup final to North Carolina, has been picked to win its 16th consecutive Big Ten championship ahead of Michigan, Illinois, Ohio State and Wisconsin. Read the whole story
[2013 SCHEDULE] No. 1 Virginia hosts No. 5 and No. 2 UCLA travels to No. 4 Stanford Thursday on a huge night for women's soccer. For all the men's and women's action on the air ... Read the whole story
[AAC: Women] UCF and Louisville shared the No. 1 spot in the new American Athletic Conference preseason coaches' pol. UCF's Marissa Diggs and Lianne Maldonado were voted the Preseason Defensive Player and Goalkeeper of the Year, respectively, while Rutgers' Canadian star, Jonelle Filigno, was chosen as the Preseason Offensive Player ... Read the whole story
[MOUNTAIN WEST: Women] Defending champion San Diego State is the favorite to win the 2013 Mountain West regular-season title ahead of New Mexico. The Aztecs return seven starters from the 2012 team that went through conference play without a blemish (7-0) and reached the third round of the NCAA Tournament. Read the whole story
[ATLANTIC-10: Women] For the fifth straight year, Dayton has been chosen as the Atlantic-10 women's preseason favorite in a vote conducted by the league's 13 head coaches, sharing the top spot on points with La Salle and getting the nod on the tiebreaker, first-place votes. Read the whole story
[SUMMIT: Women] Newcomer Denver, which reached the NCAA Tournament third round, is favored to capture the 2013 Summit League championship in a poll of the eight head coaches. Read the whole story
[SOUTHERN: Women] Furman edged Samford by just one point in the Southern Conference women's coaches preseason poll. The Paladins also led the way with five selections, including Stephanie DeVita, the reigning SoCon Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year, on the SoCon preseason all-conference team. Read the whole story
[AMERICA EAST: Women] Despite losing eight starters, Hartford has been picked as the favorite in the 2013 preseason coaches' poll, edging out reigning America East tournament champion Stony Brook by just two points. Read the whole story



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