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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2007
Elon held unbeaten and untied Wake Forest, the No. 1 team in the Soccer America Top 25 men's rankings since the second week of the season, to a 1-1 tie in Winston-Salem, N.C., on Tuesday night. Read the whole story
[TUESDAY ACTION] In just his second game back after missing the first seven games of the year with a fractured metatarsal, David Estrada, the 2006 Soccer America Freshman of the Year, scored to give UCLA a 1-0 victory over visiting San Diego. Read the whole story
[TUESDAY ACTION] Freshman Aaron O'Neal's goal in the 63rd minute gave Boston University a 1-0 win at previously unbeaten Brown. The Bears' loss leaves only three unbeaten Division I men's teams: Wake Forest (7-0-1), Quinnipiac (5-0-1) and Michigan State (6-0-2). Read the whole story
[ANALYSIS] Cal State Northridge's 3-0 victory over UCLA on Saturday summed up the state of affairs this fall in the Far West men's soccer. Northridge's convincing victory kept the Big West unbeaten in meetings with Pac-10 schools. Indeed, the Big West's overall record in non-conference games is the best of ... Read the whole story
Cape Verdean Graciano Brito of unbeaten Quinnipiac leads all NCAA Division I men's goalscorers with nine goals in only six games. For the Top 10 goalscorers ... Read the whole story
Florida State's Mami Yamaguchi still leads all NCAA Division I women's goalscorers with 14 goals, but the Japanese international is getting competition from Ashlee Pistorius (Texas A&M;), Jodie Taylor (Oregon State) and Adele Letro (Utah). For the Top 10 goalscorers ... Read the whole story
Lynn fell from the top spot in the NCAA Division II rankings. The other No. 1 teams in the NSCAA/adidas polls, all still unbeaten and untied, remain the same: Trinity, Texas (DIII men), Grand Valley State (DII women) and Wheaton, Ill. (DIII women). Read the whole story
[SMALL COLLEGE] For the first time in its history, Northern Kentucky is the top-ranked NCAA Division II men's team in the NSCAA/adidas rankings. The Norse has combined a stingy defense and timely scoring to move into first place in the tough Great Lakes Valley Conference. Read the whole story

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