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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Nov. 28, 2016
Jordan Morris led Stanford to its first NCAA Division I men's title in 2015. Foster Langsdorf is doing a good job of getting the Cardinal within striking distance of a second championship. The Pac-12 Co-Player of the Year scored his seventh winner of the season in the second overtime to ... Read the whole story
ACC teams will host all four games in the NCAA Division I men's quarterfinals. All four games -- North Carolina-Providence and Clemson-Denver on Friday and Wake Forest-Virginia Tech and Louisville-Stanford on Saturday -- will air on ESPN3. Read the whole story
Of the five ACC teams in the NCAA Division I men's quarterfinals, the big surprise is Virginia Tech. The unseeded Hokies, who had knocked off No. 10 Charlotte, 3-2, in the second round, beat No. 7 Indiana, 2-1, in the third round on Forrest White's golazo in overtime. Read the whole story
Top-ranked West Virginia faces 21-time champion North Carolina and USC meets Georgetown in Friday's semifinals at the Women's College Cup, which will be played at San Jose's Avaya Stadium. The semifinals and Sunday's final will all air on ESPNU. Read the whole story
Play begins Monday at the NAIA Men's Championship in Delray Beach, Fla. Hastings (21-0-0) begins the second round as the only unbeaten and untied team in final 16. Broncos forward Daniel Whitehall leads the NAIA with 33 goals in 21 games. Read the whole story
No. 1 seed Spring Arbor kicks off second-round action at the NAIA Women's Championship in Orange Beach, Ala., on Monday when it faces Cumberland. The Cougars are third in the NAIA in offense (4.2 goals scored a game) and first in defense (0.2 goals allowed a game). Read the whole story

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