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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Sept. 1, 2014
[NORTH CAROLINA-UCLA: Men] German Leo Stolz, widely regarded as the top player in the men's ranks, scored the lone goal to give No. 1 UCLA a 1-0 win at No. 10 North Carolina before 3,939 fans on Sunday evening. UCLA head coach Jorge Salcedo termed the win -- the second ... Read the whole story
[ROUNDUP: Sunday] No. 2 Notre Dame and No. 6 Georgetown played to a 0-0 tie on the second and final day of the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic. Notre Dame and Indiana, a 1-0 winner over No. 11 Marquette, shared the tournament title. Other Top 25 teams to fall to unranked ... Read the whole story
[PEPPERDINE-NORTH CAROLINA: Women] Pepperdine got a well-taken goal from Lynn Williams to break a scoreless deadlock in the 71st minute and defeat No. 9 North Carolina, 1-0. The Waves moved to 4-0-0 ahead of their trip to Hawaii to face Washington State and No. 1 UCLA. Read the whole story
[ROUNDUP: Sunday] U.S. international Sam Mewis and Kodi Lavrusky scored second-half goals to lead No. 1 UCLA to a 2-0 win over San Diego for its fourth straight shutout. Icelandic international Dagny Brynjarsdottir's first-half goal gave No. 2 Florida State a 1-0 win at Oklahoma on Sunday afternoon. No. 10 ... 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


What They're Saying: Kristi Lefebvre

"Right now, we play multiple games in a 3-4 day span which makes it essential to use our bench. With only one game per week, that would mean using far less players. Which is totally fine. It just changes what the student-athlete experience is. Are we ready for that?" -- Vermont women's head coach Kristi Lefebvre on the tradeoffs of the proposal to extend the Division I college season into the spring. (Burlington Free Press) ...More


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