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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014
[COLLEGE RANKINGS] UCLA, which is coming off its first national championship, is ranked No. 1 in the Soccer America Preseason Women's Top 25. Florida State, which fell to the Bruins in the 2013 College Cup finals, is No. 2. Three other ACC teams -- Virginia, North Carolina and Virginia Tech ... Read the whole story
[UNDER-20 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP] Courtney Dike, a rising sophomore at Oklahoma State, set an Under-20 Women's World Cup record for the fastest goal, scoring 18 seconds into Nigeria's match against South Korea. She'll miss the start of the women's season against Oklahoma and Arkansas as the Super Falconets face North ... Read the whole story
[2014 SCHEDULE] The Patriot League is in the spotlight on Wednesday when Colgate (11-1-2) faces Boston University in a battle of women's powerhouses. For listings of college soccer matches on the air ... Read the whole story

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Albuquerque Journal
In the aftermath of an incident in which Albuquerque fire and rescue and ambulance personnel were called on to treat two "highly intoxicated" 18-year-old students, the University of New Mexico is conducting an investigation into possible hazing and canceled Friday's women's soccer opener at Texas Tech. Athletic director ... Read the whole story
Colorado Springs Gazette
Colorado College, a Division III school, is moving to the Mountain West this season from Conference USA for women's soccer, one of two sports in which it competes at the Division I level. Next year, the Tigers will head to the World University Games in South Korea, where they ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Jamie Meriam

"I think it would be huge because around the world, soccer is not crammed into the fall like the college game is right now. You have three months to play 20 games plus whatever playoffs. With the new schedule, you have a lot more time, especially if you suffer an injury." -- West Virginia junior midfielder Jamie Meriam, supporting the proposal to split the men's college season in two and extend it into the spring. (The Daily Athenaeum) ...More

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