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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007
Paul Kennedy recaps the stunning developments 1-4-6-9-14-16. It reads like the numbers on a lottery ticket. No, those are the seeds who fell Wednesday in the second round of the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament. Read the whole story
Defending champion UC Santa Barbara moved into the third round of the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament with a 1-0 win over Washington before 9,641 fans, the largest crowd ever for a match so early in the tournament. No. 2 seed Connecticut and No. 3 Wake Forest had early goals hold ... Read the whole story
[ELITE 8 COUNTDOWN] Three weeks ago, after losing in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament, Duke wasn't sure it would even make the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. Now the Blue Devils are one win away from going to the Women's College Cup. Regardless of the outcome at Notre Dame Friday night, ... Read the whole story
Notre Dame's Joseph Lapira, winner of last year's MAC Hermann Trophy, is one of the 15 semifinalists for the 2007 award. Lapira, who leads the Fighting Irish in points (25), goals (8) and assists (9) this season, will try to become the first back-to-back recipient of the award since Virginia's Claudio ... Read the whole story
Notre Dame's Kerri Hanks, winner of last year's MAC Hermann Trophy, heads the list of 15 semifinalists for the 2007 award. Hanks is one of three Irish players to make the cut along with Brittany Bock and Amanda Cinalli. Three players from UCLA were also selected: Danesha Adams, Lauren Cheney and ... Read the whole story
Legendary Seattle Pacific men's coach Cliff McCrath, who led the Falcons to five NCAA championships and won 597 victories in his 49 years of college coaching, has announced his retirement at the age of 71. Read the whole story
Seattle Pacific takes a 23-game winning streak into Thursday's semifinal against Franklin Pierce in the NCAA Division II Women's Tournament. In the other semifinal, last year's runner-up Grand Valley State faces Tampa. Saturday's final in Orange Beach, Fla., will be broadcast live on CSTV at 1 pm ET. Read the whole story

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