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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Sunday, Feb. 16, 2014
[COLLEGE WOMEN] Jerry Smith, who signed a seven-year extension that will keep him at Santa Clara for the next 10 seasons, says he was "very close" to taking the coveted women's vacancy at Notre Dame left by the departure of Randy Waldrum to the NWSL's Houston Dash. Read the whole story
[MEN'S COACHING CHANGES] Jacksonville appointed UCF associate coach Mauricio Ruiz as the Dolphins' new head men's coach. For all the Division I men's coaching changes. Read the whole story
[COLLEGE WOMEN] U.S. under-20 women's national team star Andi Sullivan heads the recruiting class at Stanford, arguably the best in the country. It also includes former U.S. U-17 Sarah Robinson, a star in soccer and track, and Jaye Boissiere, both from local youth power MVLA Lightning. Read the whole story
[AWARDS] Nearly 40 years after he brought his vision of the "beautiful game" to America as a member of the New York Cosmos, Pele will be honored at an international conference espousing that same image. Read the whole story

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Randy Waldrum left college coaching after 24 years to become the head coach of the expansion Houston Dash in the NWSL. He led Notre Dame to eight NCAA semifinal appearances, five title games and two championships before deciding to return to his native Texas. Pete LaFleur examines the Waldrum era ... Read the whole story

Development Academy players hit college roadblock

A long list of names can be currently found on the U.S. Soccer website. The names are there because of the arrival, on Feb. 5, of National Signing Day. These are teenage players who have made their college choice. ...More


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