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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Nov. 17, 2008
We don't envy the NCAA Division I men's soccer committee with its task of picking the at-large teams for the 2008 NCAA Division I Tournament -- the 26 teams that will join the 22 conference champions. The rash of weekend upsets and number of low-ranked conference champions ate into the ... Read the whole story
Regular-season champions took it on the chin in men's conference tournament action over the weekend. Unbeaten Wake Forest (3-2 loser in overtime to Virginia, which fell to Maryland, 1-0, in the ACC final) and Loyola (Md.) (1-0 loser to Fairfield in the MAAC final) were upset. Campbell had its 12-game ... Read the whole story
Wake Forest is No. 1 in the final Soccer America Men's Top 25 of the 2008 season. Creighton, Maryland, Akron and South Florida round out the top five. For this week's Soccer America Men's Top 25 and last week's results ... Read the whole story
Top-ranked Lynn fell to Tampa, 3-2, in the second round of the NCAA Division II Men's Tournament on Sunday. Three unbeaten teams -- Montclair State, Hobart and Trinity (Texas) -- are still alive in the NCAA Division III Men's Tournament. For all the weekend results ... Read the whole story
Four unseeded teams remain alive after the first two rounds of the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. Minnesota, James Madison, Rutgers and Illinois all moved into next weekend's round of 16 with upsets. Read the whole story
The four No. 1 and No. 2 regional seeds all moved into the third round of the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. Top-ranked Notre Dame needed a late goal to beat Michigan State, 1-0, in the second round. Two other No. 1 seeds, North Carolina and Stanford, won their second-round ... Read the whole story
Unbeaten and untied Grand Valley State advanced in the NCAA Division II Women's Tournament. Unbeaten Williams, Lynchburg, Messiah and Johns Hopkins moved into the round of 16 in the NCAA Division III Women's Tournament. For all the weekend results ... Read the whole story

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