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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Sept. 24, 2007
Notre Dame moves up to No. 2, behind top-ranked Wake Forest, after a pair of Big East wins on the road. Big movers include Northwestern, Boston College, Santa Clara, SMU and Duke. For the complete Top 25 ... Read the whole story
Portland and Texas A&M; leapfrog Stanford and Texas, respectively. Penn State climbs eight spots thanks to its 2-1 win at Notre Dame. For the complete Top 25 ... Read the whole story
Weekend upsets included No. 2 Connecticut's 1-0 loss at DePaul, No. 8 Creighton's 3-1 defeat to Tulsa at home. Besides UConn and Creighton, Harvard, South Florida and UC Irvine all fell from the unbeaten ranks. For complete Top 25 weekend results and goalscorers ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Of the six NCAA Division I men's teams that were unbeaten and untied going into the weekend, only No. 1 Wake Forest and idle Quinnipiac (alumni game on Saturday) emerged unscathed. Three of the six unbeaten and untied teams are from the Big Ten: Northwestern, Michigan and ... Read the whole story
Notre Dame was the big winner on a weekend that saw three Big East teams fall from the unbeaten and untied ranks. The Irish downed Rutgers, 2-0, getting a goal and an assist from senior Ryan Miller in a nationally televised match that drew a crowd of 6,309 fans at Yurcak ... Read the whole story
One of the best drawing men's programs in the country is Creighton, which is averaging more than 4,000 fans a game in 2007. Tulsa stunned a crowd of 4,023 at Morrison Stadium Saturday night when it scored three second-half goals to beat the previously unbeaten Bluejays, 3-1. Read the whole story
Rising U.S. stars Lauren Cheney (UCLA) and Casey Nogueira (North Carolina) broke out for four and three goals, respectively, in big wins. Hermann Trophy winner Kerri Hanks (Notre Dame) also had a hat trick against DePaul. Stanford lost for the first time when it fell to Denver, 1-0. For complete ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] After play on the fourth weekend of the NCAA Division I women's season, only nine teams remain unbeaten. Ten other teams that were undefeated going into the weekend lost for the first time. Read the whole story

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