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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2007
The hottest men's team in the last month has been Ohio State, unbeaten in its last 13 games. A trio of senior stars -- Xavier Balc, Eric Brunner and Casey Latchem, all home-grown players -- have carried the Buckeyes on their march to the quarterfinals, where they will host Bradley on Sunday. Read the whole story
[EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES] The 2007 college season is not yet complete, and there are more than a dozen head coaching openings at NCAA Division I men's and women's soccer programs. For a list of coaching openings and job postings ... Read the whole story
Todd Bramble, who led Clemson to the quarterfinals of the 2006 NCAA Division I Women's Tournament, has been named the head women's coach at Alabama. Read the whole story
Rebecca Hornbacher, the winningest women's coach in Iowa State history, has resigned after six seasons. Read the whole story
Brazilian Pablo Campos, who helped Fresno Pacific reach the quarterfinals at the recent NAIA men's national championships, is drawing interest from MLS clubs. Read the whole story
The college season moves into the home stretch with the men's quarterfinals Saturday and Sunday and the Women's College Cup this weekend in College Station, Texas. Read the whole story

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