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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Friday, Nov. 30, 2007
Paul Kennedy examines the upset of the year Massachusetts' 2-1 victory over No. 1 seed Boston College Wednesday night will go down as one of the biggest upsets in the history of the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament, but it certainly wasn't a fluke. The Minutemen came back from a 1-0 deficit ... Read the whole story
For the second year in a row, unseeded Old Dominion has won two games to advance to the round of 16 in the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament. The five other holdovers from last year's Sweet 16 that are still alive are all seeds: No. 2 Wake Forest, No. 7 ... Read the whole story
[ELITE 8 COUNTDOWN] With a team that includes 2006 Hermann Trophy winner Kerri Hanks and two other semifinalists, Brittany Bock and Amanda Cinalli, for the 2007 award, it's no surprise that Notre Dame is back in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. The surprise is how the ... Read the whole story
The only matchup of 1-2 seeds in Friday's quarterfinals is UCLA-Portland in Westwood. The Bruins beat the Pilots, 2-1, when they met in late September. Since then, both teams have been perfect. UCLA has won 14 in a row. Portland has won 11 straight games -- the last nine by shutouts ... Read the whole story
Legendary coach Cliff McCrath isn't about to head into the sunset quietly. Ten days after Seattle Pacific University announced that the 71-year-old McCrath had resigned only nine wins short of tying the college record for wins held by Joe Bean of Wheaton College (where he had gotten his start in ... Read the whole story
[NCAA DIVISION II WOMEN] Both unbeaten teams fell Thursday in the semifinals of the NCAA Division II Women's Tournament in Orange Beach, Fla. Tampa knocked off top-ranked Grand Valley State, 2-1, while Franklin Pierce beat Seattle Pacific, 2-0. The Spartans and Ravens meet in Saturday's final in Orange Beach, Ala., ... Read the whole story
The NCAA Division II Men's Tournament moves into the semifinals at the Orange Beach Sportsplex in Orange Beach, Ala., where there will be an international flavor. Lincoln Memorial and Montevallo could start as many as 10 Brazilians between them. In the other semifinal, Midwestern State takes on Franklin Pierce, which could ... Read the whole story

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