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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010
[ACC MEN] Wake Forest's season ended when the Demon Deacons fell to Virginia, 1-0, Wednesday in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament. The loss dropped Wake's record to 8-9-2, which makes it ineligible for the NCAA Tournament. The Demon Deacons had made the NCAA Tournament nine years in a row ... Read the whole story
[MEN'S AWARDS] A pair of Duke sophomores - Offensive Player of the Year Ryan Finley and Defensive Player of the Year Andrew Wenger -- won the top ACC individual honors, and regular-season champion North Carolina led all teams with six players on the all-ACC first and second teams. Read the whole story
[COLLEGE] No. 1 Akron won the Mid-American title for the fourth year in a row with a 4-0 win over Western Michigan. No. 3 Maryland beat No. 2 North Carolina, 1-0, on Matt Kassel's penalty kick to win the ACC Tournament. No. 4 Louisville won the Big East Tournament title ... Read the whole story
[COLLEGE WOMEN] The NCAA Division I Women's Tournament begins Thursday with regional play at UCLA. Despite their 12-7-1 record, the Bruins are a team no one wants to face in the postseason. Here's a look at five unseeded teams that could move on the final 16 ... Read the whole story
[CROWD COUNT] Once again, Portland, Texas A&M, BYU and North Carolina lead the NCAA Division I women's ranks in attendance. BYU joined the other three teams in averaging 2,000 or fans a game during the regular season. Read the whole story
[NJCAA MEN] Suffolk County is the top seed in the eight-team NJCAA Division III men's championship, which begins Thursday in Herkimer, N.Y. For a look at the eight finalists ... Read the whole story
[NJCAA WOMEN] Kim Dragoon scored two goals to lead to Clinton Community College to the NJCAA Division III women's championship -- its first national title in any sport -- with a 3-2 victory over New York rival Genesee Community College. Read the whole story

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