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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Friday, May 4, 2007
The NCAA placed the West Virginia men's soccer program on two-year probation and issued a public reprimand to the school for major rules violations by former men's coach Mike Seabolt. In a lengthy report, the NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions outlined violations committed by Seabolt. Read the whole story
California has hired Texas Tech women's coach Neil McGuire as its new women's coach, replacing Kevin Boyd, who resigned earlier this year and later took the women's job at Arizona State. Read the whole story
As part of the NCAA's broad Division I academic reform effort, the NCAA recognized teams that posted multi-year Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. Programs honored included 2006 NCAA Division I men's quarterfinalists Duke and Northwestern and women's runner-up ... Read the whole story
Division I soccer programs largely escaped the wrath of the NCAA, which handed out teams this week to programs that failed to meet academic standards. Only two soccer teams -- San Jose State's men and Texas Southern's women -- were subject to sanctions. Read the whole story

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