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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Jan. 17, 2008
Connecticut's O'Brian White became only the second who had not previously resided in the United States before entering college to win the Men's Hermann Trophy. Read the whole story
Florida State's Mami Yamaguchi won the 2007 Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy, edging UCLA's Lauren Cheney and Texas A&amp;M's Ashlee Pistorius.< Read the whole story
Almost 10 years after the lawsuit was initiated, University of North Carolina women's head coach Anson Dorrance settled a sexual harassment suit filed by former Tar Heel Melissa Jennings. Read the whole story
Tom Carlin (Villanona), Gareth Elliott (Siena) and Ralph Polson (Wofford) landed NCAA Division I men's head coaching positions. On the women's side, Hershey Strosberg (Virginia assistant) was named Clemson's new head coach, and Ball State head coach Michelle Salmon filled the Cincinnati vacancy. For all the coaching moves ... Read the whole story
[EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES] Soccer America provides the latest on employment opportunities for soccer-related positions: college coaching opportunities, positions in the pros, youth soccer, the soccer industry, even television. Read the whole story
Five first-team members of the 2007 Soccer America MVPs head the players called into the first-ever U.S. under-23 women's camp being held this week at the Home Depot Center. Read the whole story
Concord University is adding men's soccer and women's golf, starting next fall. CU women's soccer coach Steve Barrett will take the reigns of the fledgling men's program. Read the whole story

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