Soccer America Daily
Wednesday, September 15, 2021
  • Pitt establishes itself as contender to return to Men's College Cup

    Then-No. 4 North Carolina was no match for the Panthers, 4-0 winners with four goals in the first 48 minutes Read the whole story

  • Top 10: NCAA Division I men's rankings

    United Soccer Coaches, Week 3:
    1. Georgetown (5-0-0). Beat Maryland 1-0 before sellout crowd of 2,211 at Shaw Field.
    2. Clemson (5-0-0). George Marks picked up 14th career shutout (2-0 over N.C. State).
    3. Washington (4-0-0). Chris Meyers scored twice in 3-0 win over Dartmouth.
    4. West Virginia (4-0-1). Drew 2,443 fans for 1-0 win over Ohio State.
    5. Pittsburgh (5-2-0). Rodrigo Almeda scored twice in 4-0 win over North Carolina.
    6. Marshall (3-1-1). Hosts No. 4 West Virginia on Friday night.
    7. Akron (4-0-1). Diogo Pacheco equalized in 1-1 tie with Indiana.
    8. Maryland (4-1-0). Beat Virginia 2-1 before 1,987 fans at Audi Field.
    9. New Hampshire (5-0-0). Bilal Kamal scored winner in first meeting with Michigan.
    10. Tulsa (5-0-0). Golden Hurricane is off to best start since 2010.
    (Click here for complete Top 25.)
    Note: Records are for games played through Sunday, September 12.

  • Trevor Banks steers men's D1 newcomer Chicago State: 'Being part of something special'

    Across the country, COVID took a toll on college soccer programs. What happened at Chicago State University was truly remarkable. Read the whole story

  • Top 10: NCAA Division I women's rankings

    United Soccer Coaches, Week 4:
    1. Florida State (7-0-0). Emily Madril was named ACC Defensive Player of the Week.
    2. North Carolina (8-0-0). Freshman Emily Colton scored twice in 7-1 win over Florida.
    3. UCLA (6-0-0). Lauren Brzykcy made nine saves in 1-0 win over Santa Clara.
    4. Duke (8-0-0). Opens ACC season at North Carolina on Friday night.
    5. TCU (8-0-0). Messiah Bright had golden goal in 2-1 win at Alabama.
    6. LSU (7-0-0). Molly Thompson had hat trick in 5-0 win over ULL.
    7. Virginia (7-1-0). Diana Ordonez leads Cavs with seven goals.
    8. Penn State (6-1-0).  Katherine Asman had nine saves in 4-2 win at Virginia.
    9. Pepperdine (7-1-0). Off to best start since 2005.
    10. Stanford (5-2-0).  Jojo Harber scored winner (1-0 over USF) in her season debut.
    (Click here for complete Top 25.)
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  • Soccer on TV

    On Friday, there are games in the Bundesliga, LaLiga and Serie A. Read the whole story

  • Top 5: NCAA Division I women's scorers

    1. Mollie Belisle (Georgia) 10 goals
    2. Natalie Freeman (Ark.-Pine Bluff) 9 goals
    2. Zsani Kajan (St. John's) 9 goals
    4. Nicole Douglas (Arizona State) 8 goals
    4. Jordyn Rhodes (Kentucky) 8 goals
    4. Ella Richards (Boston College) 8 goals
    4. Miri Taylor (Hofstra) 8 goals
    Note: Through games played Sept. 13.