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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Nov. 19, 2007
The NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Committee will reveal on Monday afternoon the 48 lucky teams that will participate in the 2007 NCAA Division I Men's Tournament that begins after Thanksgiving. There are 26 at-large berths up for grabs. Soccer America predicts these 26 teams -- 20 that appear to ... Read the whole story
Connecticut claimed the top spot in the final Soccer America Men's Top 25 thanks to its sweep of the Big East Tournament and last week's No. 1 Wake Forest's 2-1 loss to Boston College in the ACC final. Brown and Santa Clara, which finished with one loss apiece, moved up ... Read the whole story
[ACC FINAL] Boston College completed an ACC double -- its first regular-season and tournament championships since joining the conference in 2005 -- by beating top-ranked Wake Forest, 2-1, in Sunday's final in Cary, N.C. Read the whole story
[THE 23 CHAMPIONS] Central Connecticut State, the first No. 4 seed to win the Northeast Conference tournament in a decade, was the lowest seed to win a men's conference tournament. Three No. 3 seeds -- Campbell (Atlantic Sun), Massachusetts (Atlantic-10) and UIC (Horizon) -- captured conference titles. New Mexico won ... Read the whole story
[TEXAS A&M-TEXAS;] On the first weekend of play in the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament, no game was bigger than the Texas A&M-Texas; game in College Station, and it certainly lived up to its billing. Despite pouring rain and the threat of hail and thunderstorms that delayed the start of the ... Read the whole story
[HEADLINERS] The second round of the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament produced its share of drama. Golden goals rescued two seeds, and show-stopping performances sent other teams through to the Sweet 16 with upset victories. Read the whole story
[FROM 64 DOWN TO 16] Texas knocked out No. 2 seed Texas A&M;, 3-2, on Saturday, and three other regional seeds fell on Sunday. Indiana beat No. 2 Purdue in a shootout. Duke beat No. 3 Georgia, 1-0. Connecticut also downed No. 4 Wake Forest, 1-0. For all the weekend ... Read the whole story
[SMALL COLLEGE RESULTS] The fields are set for the NCAA Division II and III men's and women's final fours. The Division III finals will be played next weekend at the Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. The Division II finals will be held the following ... Read the whole story

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