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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Oct. 8, 2007
Connecticut climbs ahead of Wake Forest into the top spot in the Soccer America Men's Top 25. Notre Dame and Virginia stay at No. 3 and No. 4, respectively, while Boston College moves into the No. 5 spot. For the complete Men's Top 25 ... Read the whole story
Texas moves into the top spot in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 ahead of UCLA, which the Longhorns beat on the opening weekend of the season. LSU, which had a big weekend in SEC play, and Duke move into the Top 25. For the complete Top 25... Read the whole story
Friday's three men's conference games proved why the ACC is considered the most exciting conference in the country. Virginia Tech-Wake Forest, Duke-Boston College and Maryland-Clemson produced 17 goals, dramatic comebacks and great action. Read the whole story
Of the seven men's crowds in excess of 3,000 over the weekend, three rank among this year's 20 largest crowds. Creighton and Connecticut lead all schools with three crowds among the 20 largest. Ten different schools account for the top 10 crowds. Read the whole story
Four Top 10 men's teams improved their positions with two wins on the week: Connecticut, Notre Dame, Santa Clara and SMU. For complete Top 25 weekend results and goalscorers ... Read the whole story
Portland women's team got a much-needed boost from World Cup veterans Stephanie Lopez and Sophie Schmidt and rolled past Oregon, 4-0, on the road Friday night. Lopez, the starting left back for the U.S. national team in China, made her 2007 debut for the Pilots and recorded an assist, while ... Read the whole story
Weekend stars included Brittany Bock (four goals in a pair of wins for Notre Dame), Lauren Cheney (three goals for UCLA in wins over San Diego State and Santa Clara) and Michelle Makasini (three goals for LSU). Five players scored golden goals on Sunday: Courtney Gaines (Texas), Shannon Foley (Virginia), ... Read the whole story

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