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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016
Freshman sub Madison Schultz's fifth game-winning goal in the past eight games was enough to lift North Carolina past No. 1 seed South Carolina, 1-0, before 2,507 fans at Stone Stadium and send the Tar Heels to the semifinals of the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament for the 27th time ... Read the whole story
Top-ranked West Virginia completed the Women's College Cup field when it beat Duke, 1-0, on Saturday afternoon. The win sends the Mountaineers into the semifinals against North Carolina. USC and Georgetown meet in Friday's other semifinal at San Jose's Avaya Stadium. Kadeisha Buchanan and fellow 2016 Olympic bronze-medalist Ashley Lawrence, ... Read the whole story
Big East champion Georgetown advanced to the Women's College Cup for the first time when it edged Santa Clara, 1-0. The Hoyas broke through to score the first goal Santa Clara allowed in the postseason when graduate student Crystal Thomas, who began her college career at Notre Dame, fired a ... Read the whole story
USC advanced to the Women's College Cup for the second time when it edged Auburn, 1-0, at McAlister Field. Alex Anthony put the Trojans ahead with a goal in the fourth minute, and the Trojan defense held off Auburn for the remaining 86 minutes to earn its 15th shutout of ... 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
Tyler won its fifth NJCAA Division I men's title in eight seasons when it shut out Monroe, 2-0, in the final on goals by Michael Boakye and Liberian Mohammed Kamara. The Apaches' defense held Monroe without a single shot in the title match. Read the whole story
Unbeaten Paradise Valley won its third NJCAA Division I women's championship when it beat Tyler, 3-1 in the final. Jacey Duncan scored off a corner kick in the third minute, and Janessa Dunbar (penalty kick) and Jamie Iurato added second-half goals for the Pumas, who finished with a 25-0-1 record. Read the whole story



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