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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Dec. 3, 2007
Bradley's emotional season continued when it stunned Maryland, 3-2, in overtime and moved into the quarterfinals for the first time. An epic Maryland collapse sent the game into overtime, where Bradley won on a golden goal Maryland coach Sasho Cirovski called "a great imitation of the Hand of God goal." Cirovski ... Read the whole story
NCAA Division I Men's Game Reports Ohio State came back from two goals down to knock off defending champion UC Santa Barbara. Offensive explosions from No. 2 seed Wake Forest and No. 3 Connecticut sent them into the quarterfinals. Notre Dame returned to the final eight for the second straight ... Read the whole story
[ELITE 8] No. 1 UCLA joined North Carolina and Massachusetts as the only teams to reach the semifinals of the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament five straight years when the Bruins outlasted Portland, 3-2, Friday night in a battle of West Coast powers. Read the whole story
[ELITE 8] If you haven't heard of Sanna Talonen, the Finnish frosh, before, you certainly have now. The 23-year-old Talonen, a member of Finland's senior national team, sent Florida State to the Women's College Cup for the third consecutive season and for the fourth time in five years with a ... Read the whole story
[ELITE 8] The trio of Kerri Hanks, Brittany Bock and Michele Weissenhofer struggled for a good part of the 2007 season, but they have certainly lived up to their reputation as the nation's premier forward trio in the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. Hanks, Bock and Weissenhofer -- who now have combined ... Read the whole story
[ELITE 8] In contrast to fellow semifinalists UCLA, Notre Dame and Florida State, which all played in last year's Women's College Cup, USC continued its trek through uncharted territory by posting a 1-0 win at West Virginia on Friday night that moved the Women of Troy to the final four ... Read the whole story
After five women's titles, Franklin Pierce finally won its first NCAA Division II men's championship, and Tampa, winner of three men's crowns, won its first women's title at the 2007 Division II championships in Orange Beach, Ala. Read the whole story

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