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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2007
UCLA, last year's NCAA Division I runner-up, is No. 1 in Soccer America's preseason men's rankings. ACC teams Wake Forest and Duke are No. 2 and No. 3 respectively, followed by defending national champion UC Santa Barbara. Today's College Soccer Reporter also features previews of the Top 25 teams, along ... Read the whole story
[MEN'S TOP 25 PREVIEWS: 1-10] Top-ranked UCLA lost U.S. U-20 Sal Zizzo, who signed with German club Hannover, and won't have Soccer America Freshman of the Year David Estrada for perhaps the first three weeks of the season, but the Bruins still have plenty of firepower. Read the whole story
[MEN'S TOP 25 PREVIEWS: 11-20] Connecticut (winner of two national titles) and Indiana (which captured the last of its seven national championships in 2004) are both looking to return to the Men's College Cup after exiting prematurely during the 2006 postseason. Read the whole story
[MEN'S TOP 25 PREVIEWS: 21-25] North Carolina lost seven starters -- including MLS Rookie of the Year candidate Michael Harrington -- and then red-shirt freshman Eric Lichaj signed with Aston Villa of the English Premier League late in the summer. Those losses would sidetrack most programs, but UNC has one ... Read the whole story
Defending champion North Carolina is No. 1 in Soccer America's preseason women's rankings, edging out Notre Dame and UCLA, which the Tar Heels beat in the final and semifinals, respectively, at the 2006 Women's College Cup. WCC powers Portland and Santa Clara round out the Top 25. Read Thursday's College ... Read the whole story
Duke head men's coach John Rennie has announced that the 2007 season will be his last. Rennie built Duke into one of the elite programs in the country, earning the school's first national championship in any sport in 1986 and leading his squad to five Men's College Cups (1982, 1986, ... Read the whole story
San Francisco senior defender Rob Valentino, the 2006 West Coast Conference Player of the Year, will miss the 2007 season after having successful knee surgery. Valentino, who has led the Dons to the NCAA playoffs in all three of his seasons, was injured working out prior to the start of ... Read the whole story
Five players with remaining college eligibility are headed to China to represent Canada at the 2007 Women's World Cup, which will take place Sept. 10-30. Selected were Melanie Booth (Florida), Robyn Gayle (North Carolina), Diana Matheson (Princeton), Kara Lang (UCLA) and Sophie Schmidt (Portland). Read the whole story

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