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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Friday, Nov. 9, 2007
[BIG TEN MEN] No. 20 Michigan State's offensive woes continued as it was shut out for the fourth straight game, but the host Spartans advanced to the semifinals of the Big Ten men's tournament against regular-season champion Indiana thanks to a 4-2 shootout win over Ohio State. For all the ... Read the whole story
Five unanimous selections highlighted the All-Big Ten first team, including Ohio State forward Xavier Balc, the 2007 Player of the Year. Striker Doug DeMartin (Michigan State), midfielders Brad Ring (Indiana) and David Roth (Northwestern) and defender Eric Brunner (Ohio State) were also unanimously selected by the conference coaches. Read the whole story
[BIG TEN WOMEN] Seventh-ranked Purdue lost Big Ten Player of the Year Parrissa Eyorokon with an injury early in its Big Ten women's tournament game against Northwestern, but that didn't stop the Boilermakers from advancing to the semifinals with a 3-1 win Thursday at the University of Minnesota's Elizabeth Lyle Robbie ... Read the whole story
Purdue claimed three of the four individual honors when the 2007 Big Ten awards were announced. Parrissa Eyorokon was named Offensive Player of the Year, while teammate Jessica Stellhorn earned Freshman of the Year accolades.  Boilermaker head coach Rob Klatte was honored as Coach of the Year for the second time ... Read the whole story
The opening day of the Atlantic-10 women's tournament produced a pair of surprises as the tournament's lowest seeds Richmond and Dayton both won. No. 6 Richmond scored early and late to defeat No. 3 Duquesne, 2-0, and No. 5 Dayton triumphed, 2-1, over No. 4 Saint Louis in overtime after its apparent ... Read the whole story
Winthrop rallied from two goals down to beat Liberty, 3-2, in overtime in the quarterfinals of the Big South Tournament on Thursday in Charleston, S.C. Erin Foote was the hero for the Lady Eagles, setting up Ashley Bader for the tying goal with 48 seconds left in regulation and winning ... Read the whole story
Randy Evans has resigned after nine years as the women's head coach at the University of Oklahoma. His decision follows the Sooners' second straight losing season. They finished 6-10-3 in 2007 and failed to make this week's Big 12 Tournament in San Antonio. Read the whole story
UNLV remained on course for its third straight Mountain West tournament title when it moved into the final with a 2-1 victory over Utah thanks to a pair of goals by Jessica Destito. The Rebels will meet BYU, which got two goals from star Katie Larkin to beat San Diego ... Read the whole story

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