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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2006
ACC men's soccer has drawn unprecedented fan interest in 2006. Defending national champion Maryland has twice broken its home attendance record this season and averaged 5,100 fans for its seven ACC contests. With still two matches left in the regular season, Maryland has already set the school's season attendance record ... Read the whole story
Penn State isn't being mentioned as a national contender like it was in 2005 when it went unbeaten in 25 games and reached the Women's College Cup, but Paula Wilkins is doing perhaps the best job in her six years as the Nittany Lions head coach. On Sunday, the No ... Read the whole story
MEN G PLAYER, SCHOOL, YEAR 19 Joseph Lapira, Notre Dame, Jr. 15 Charlie Davies, Boston College, Jr. 15 Steven Holloway, Monmouth, Sr. 15 Saidi Isaac, Winthrop, Jr. 14 Jarrod Smith, West Virginia, Sr. 14 Josh Trott, Holy Cross, Sr. 14 Jeffrey Gonsalves, Rhode Island, Sr. 13 Tommy Krizanovic, Jacksonville, Sr. ... Read the whole story
Dowling, No. 1 in the the NSCAA/adidas NCAA Men's Division II rankings, had its 16-game winning streak snapped when it was held to a 0-0 tie by Dominican in its regular-season finale. Dowling (16-0-1) and No. 2 Carson-Newman (12-0-2) are the only unbeaten D2 men's teams. Spaniard Dario Carrasco scored ... Read the whole story

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