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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Saturday, Nov. 19, 2016
Santa Clara got 14 saves from keeper Melissa Lowder and held off a wave of Stanford attacks before defeating the No. 1 seed Cardinal, 1-0, on Jenna Holtz's first goal of the year in the 108th minute. It was Santa Clara's first win over Stanford in the NCAA Tournament since ... Read the whole story
Top-ranked West Virginia faces 21-time champion North Carolina and USC meets Georgetown in Friday's semifinals at the Women's College Cup, which will be played at San Jose's Avaya Stadium. The semifinals and Sunday's final will all air on ESPNU. Read the whole story
ACC teams will host all four games in the NCAA Division I men's quarterfinals. All four games -- North Carolina-Providence and Clemson-Denver on Friday and Wake Forest-Virginia Tech and Louisville-Stanford on Saturday -- will air on ESPN3. Read the whole story
Penn State's national title defense ended quickly in the second round as Virginia scored in the first minute and pulled away for a 3-0 win over the Nittany Lions, who were outshot, 20-4. Read the whole story
The contrast in postseason experience could not have been greater. Utah had never advanced to the third round of the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. Florida State had played in the Women's College Cup in each of the last five seasons. But the Utes stunned the Seminoles, 2-1, to set ... Read the whole story
It is rare these days that an NCAA Division I program adds men's soccer, so Pacific's rapid rise as a WCC power is noteworthy. In their third season, the Tigers made the NCAA Tournament and beat host CSU Northridge, 1-0, on Tariq Branche's his first collegiate goal. Read the whole story



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