Soccer America Daily
Wednesday, September 22, 2021
  • 'No-nonsense' Duke shows mettle in rare Tobacco Road women's victory

    The Blue Devils' 1-0 win over UNC was just their fourth in 49 meetings. Read the whole story

  • Top 10: NCAA Division I women's rankings

    United Soccer Coaches, Week 5:
    1. Florida State (8-0-0). Opened ACC play with a 4-1 win over Boston College.
    2. Duke (7-0-0). Start out 7-0-0 for the second time in program history.
    3. UCLA (8-0-0). Mia Fishel, Lauren Brykcy and Kylie Kerr swept Pac-12 awards.
    4. North Carolina (7-1-0). Loss to Duke was first in ACC regular season since 2016. 
    5. LSU (8-0-0). Win streak (11 games) is longest active streak in country.
    6. Pepperdine (9-1-0).  Big wins at TCU and Texas A&M, both by 1-0 scores.
    7. Virginia (8-1-0). Diana Ordonez's goal was first Wake Forest allowed in 2021.
    8. TCU (7-1-0). Lauren Kellett made career-high eight saves in Pepperdine loss.
    9. Rutgers (6-2-0). Becci Fluchel's PK gave Scarlet Knights' 2-1 win over Penn State.
    10. Stanford (6-2-0). Belle Briede had first multi-goal game in 3-0 win over LMU.

  • Tuesday night: UNCG stuns No. 2 Clemson

    The Tigers entered Tuesday's game with six consecutive shutouts but were no match for the Spartans, 3-1 winners. Read the whole story

  • Top 10: NCAA Division I men's rankings

    United Soccer Coaches, Week 3:
    1. Georgetown (6-0-0).  Marlon Tabera scored in 90th minute in 2-1 winner at Creighton.
    2. Clemson (7-0-0). Brandon Parrish had goal, assist in 3-0 win over Boston College.
    3. Washington (5-0-0). Ryan Sailor golden goal was difference at Utah Valley (2-1).
    4. West Virginia (4-0-2). Yoran Popovic and Ciro Bourlot Jaeggi scored at Marshall (2-2).
    5. Marshall (3-1-2). Twice came back from a goal down against West Virginia.
    6. Duke (5-1-0). Shakur Mohammed and Amir Daley scored early at UNC (3-0).
    7. Maryland (6-1-0). Joshua Bolma and Justin Harris scored in 2-1 over Michigan.
    8. Tulsa (6-0-0). Tied best start in program history dating back to 2010 campaign.
    9. New Hampshire (7-0-0). Rory O'Driscoll had both goals against UAlbany (2-0).
    10. Kentucky (5-0-1). Jan Hoffelner has four shutouts in five starts.

  • Soccer on TV

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

  • Crowd Count: College soccer draws around the country

    1. Creighton drew the largest crowd for a men's game nationally this season with 6,577 fans for their annual Socctoberfest game, a 2-1 loss to No. 1 Georgetown in their Big East opener.
    2. The North Carolina-Duke women's game attracted a sold-out crowd of 5,301 fans at Dorrance Field, the largest crowd since the new UNC stadium opened in 2019.
    3. A record crowd of 3,033 fans watched the "Mountain State Derby" between defending champion Marshall and West Virginia, both ranked in the Top 10, end in a 2-2 tie.