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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013
[MEN'S PREVIEW: Akron-Indiana] What kind of effect has MLS defections had on college soccer? Akron has had eight players turn pro early in the last three years, including Perry Kitchen, Darren Mattocks, DeAndre Yedlin and Wil Trapp, who would have all been on this year's Zips team if they had ... Read the whole story
[MEN'S SOCCER] Tournament play in the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament begins with the first round on Thursday. Eight former national champions will be in action, including Navy, which is making its first postseason appearance in 25 years, Quinnipiac and Seattle will make their NCAA Tournaments debuts. The 16 seeds ... Read the whole story
[WOMEN'S SOCCER] The NCAA Division I Women's Tournament moves into the second round Thursday with a doubleheader at No. 1 Florida State. The Seminoles, unbeaten in their last 32 games at home, will be the heavy favorites against Ole Miss. They've never lost to an SEC opponent in 10 postseason ... Read the whole story

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Seattle Times
Cristian Roldan scored 54 goals as a senior at El Rancho (Calif.) High School. It was good enough to be named Gatorade National Player of the Year but he escaped the attention of most colleges because he played for a small club. "One year ago, I didn't even know ... Read the whole story
Hartford Courant
Quinnipiac, a small Division I school from Hamden, Conn., gets a chance to take on mighty UConn only 54 miles away for only the second time as the Bobcats make their NCAA Tournament debut Thursday. "Everybody is really excited about this," Quinnipiac coach Eric Da Costa said. "Obviously, UConn is ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"We knew this year was important to make sure people in the soccer world knew that things were going to remain the same." -- Akron coach Jared Embick on replacing Caleb Porter, who left the Zips to take over the Portland Timbers, who play for a place in MLS Cup 2013 on Sunday night. Embick's Zips have a 10-game unbeaten streak heading in o Thursday's NCAA Tournament opener against defending champion Indiana. (Cleveland Plain-Dealer) ...More

What a difference a generation makes!

[A REF'S VIEW] Soccer Americans who have watched the New York Marathon on TV know that New York City is made up of five boroughs. I grew up in the borough of Queens and our home was a short corner kick from Kennedy Airport. I went to college and worked for many years in the borough of Manhattan. As a teenager, I watched the City University of New York (CUNY) men's basketball playoffs on cable TV. So it was a thrill for me to be assigned to ref the very first CUNY men's soccer final in 1990 at the age ...More



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