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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Dec. 16, 2013
[MEN'S COLLEGE CUP: Final] Notre Dame rallied to beat Maryland, 2-1, in Sunday's Men's College Cup final for its first national title. Harrison Shipp, who shared the College Cup's Most Outstanding Player award with Maryland's Patrick Mullins, perfectly deposited a free kick into the middle of the penalty area, where ... Read the whole story
[NOTRE DAME-MARYLAND: Reaction] Notre Dame became one of just four schools to have won a national championship in men's and women's soccer, joining North Carolina, Santa Clara and UCLA, with Sunday's win in the College Cup final. Star Harrison Shipp says he remembers the impact the Irish women's title had ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] Notre Dame used two set pieces -- a throw-in and free kick -- to come back to defeat Maryland, 2-1, in the Men's College Cup final. For the highlights from PPL Park. Read the whole story

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Bobby Clark's 13th season at Notre Dame proved to be lucky as the Irish won their first men's soccer title. But long ago, the Scotsman began to have an impact on the players he coached at Dartmouth, Stanford and Notre Dame. Several of them dubbed him the "John ... Read the whole story

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"When I build my stadium, I'm going to bronze a statue with him out front. He's made from the best stuff on earth. It affected him. It affected him a lot.... His conscience was hurting." -- Maryland coach Sasho Cirovski on Terrapin star Patrick Mullins, whose goal in the Men's College Cup final against Notre Dame was scored after he used his hand to bring the ball down. Mullins said afterwards he'd regret it for the rest of my life. (AP) ...More

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