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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013
[BIG TEN: Men] Defending national champion Indiana's season stayed alive as transfer Dylan Mares' goal in the 96th minute gave the Hoosiers a 2-1 win over Michigan in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals. No. 17 Wisconsin fell to Northwestern by the same score while Michigan State beat tournament host Ohio ... Read the whole story
[MEN'S SOCCER: Conference Tournaments] Kadeem Dacres scored with less than five minutes remaining in the second overtime to give No. 18 UMBC a 2-1 win over Albany that moved the Retrievers into the America East final against Hartford. Giuseppe Gentile scored a pair of goals to lead Charlotte to a ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Stanford-California] Sophomore midfielder Aaron Kovar scored on a golden goal to give Stanford a 2-1 overtime win over No. 7 California in their Bay Area derby. The Pac-12 win could go a long way toward clinching an at-large berth for the Cardinal. Read the whole story
The NCAA Selection Show to announce the Division I men's soccer tournament field will be streamed live on NCAA.com at 12 p.m. ET. Read the whole story

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Arkansas Traveler
After 28 years, the Arkansas Razorbacks are finally in the NCAA Women's Tournament. The Hogs, who set a school record with 13 wins this season, will look to continue their season with a game Friday at Big 12 runner-up Oklahoma State. Women's soccer was the only one of ... Read the whole story
Baltimore Sun
The annual NCAA selection show is as much about celebrating what's been accomplished as what lies ahead. Teams gather in anticipation to see who they'll face. In the case of UMBC, that means a trip to No. 1 seed Virginia Tech on Friday. But Retrievers women's coach ... Read the whole story

Brandi Chastain: 'Give power to the players'

The U.S. national team career of Brandi Chastain, most famous for her title-clinching penalty kick at the 1999 Women's World Cup, spanned from 1988 to 2004 and included 1996 and 2004 Olympic gold medals. Her coaching career, at the youth level and as assistant coach to her husband, Jerry Smith, at Santa Clara University, began while still an active player. ...More

Attention: College soccer camp directors

Have you set dates for your winter ID camps? Your 2014 camps? Register for the Soccer America Camps & Academies  directory, Soccer America's popular e-letter. For more information .. ...More



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