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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2006
Boston College's Charlie Davies, who missed all but one game of the 2005 college season, capped a comeback season by being named the 2006 ACC Offensive Player of the Year. Davies leads all ACC players with 15 goals in 15 games and has the Eagles on the verge of making ... Read the whole story
MEN G PLAYER, SCHOOL, YEAR 20 Joseph Lapira, Notre Dame, Jr. 17 Joshua Okoampa, Wis.-Green Bay, Sr. 16 Steven Holloway, Monmouth, Sr. 16 Saidi Isaac, Winthrop, Jr. 16 Jeffrey Gonsalves, Rhode Island, Sr. 15 Charlie Davies, Boston College, Jr. 15 Riley O'Neill, Kentucky, Sr. 14 Tommy Krizanovic, Jacksonville, Sr. 14 ... Read the whole story
Play begins this week in the NCAA Division II men's and women's tournaments. The final fours for both men and women will be played the week of Nov. 16-19 in Pensacola, Fla. Click here for the NCAA Division II men's tournament first-round pairings. Click here for the NCAA Division II ... Read the whole story
The men's and women's regular seasons finish this weekend, and 15 Division I conference championships -- six men's and nine women's -- will televised. The NCAA Division I men's and women's tournament fields will be announced on Monday, Nov. 6. The women's selections will be announced on ESPNEWS's 3-4 p.m. ... Read the whole story
Despite clinching its first Pac-10 men's title on Sunday, California did not earn an automatic berth into the 48-team NCAA Division I Tournament, contrary to what was reported in Monday's College Soccer Reporter. The Pac-10 lost its automatic berth this season. Cal, ranked No. 11 in the nation, is expected ... Read the whole story

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