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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2007
Five teams -- Brown, California Ohio State, Santa Clara and defending national champion UC Santa Barbara -- have clinched automatic berths in the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament, and 43 spots remain up for grabs with one week left in the regular season. With the new RPI index as a ... Read the whole story
[BIG WEST MEN] Defending national champion UC Santa Barbara again looks to be a serious postseason threat. The Gauchos wrapped up the Big West championship and an automatic berth in the 2007 NCAA Men's Tournament with a 3-2 comeback win at Cal State Northridge on Tuesday. Read the whole story
A big week of Division I men's conference tournament play began on Tuesday with wins by Virginia in the ACC, Towson and VCU in the CAA and Hartwick and Northern Illinois in the Mid-American. For all the conference tournament results and goalscorers, as well as schedules and television updates ... Read the whole story
Georgetown and Connecticut each had a pair of major award winners in Big East women's soccer. For all the individual awards and all-conference teams ... Read the whole story
Play begins this weekend with first- and second-round games in the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. All games are Friday-Saturday except in the Texas A&M; regional, which will play Thursday-Saturday. BYU, one of four teams in the regional, doesn't play on Sundays. For all the matchups ... Read the whole story
Englishmen David Clifton of Franklin Pierce and Jonathan Maloney of Montevallo, Senegalese Ahmadoul Gaye of defending national champion Dowling, Brazilian Leandro Pereira of Lincoln Memorial and Bosnian-born Berin Boracic give NCAA Division II men's soccer an international flavor. All represent teams who have advanced to the NCAA Division II and ... Read the whole story
Steven Lenhart. Nathaniel Jafta. Amaury Nunes. Never heard of them? They are among the NAIA stars who will be on display at the 20-team Men's National Championship, which kicks off Wednesday in Olathe, Kan., with four first-round games. Read the whole story

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