Soccer America Daily
Wednesday, October 13, 2021
  • Hofstra's Richard Nuttall becomes 22th active Division I men's coach to reach 300 wins

    The Pride is 10-1-1 and enjoying one of its best seasons in its 68-year history. Read the whole story

  • Top 10: NCAA Division I men's rankings

    United Soccer Coaches, Week 7:
    1. Georgetown (10-0-0). Dante Polvara had winner in 1-0 victory over Butler.
    2. Washington (11-0-0). Best start by a team in Pac-12 history after 4-0 win at Cal.
    3. Marshall (7-1-3). Has not allowed a goal in 538 minutes (new school record).
    4. New Hampshire (12-0-0). Paul Mayer had 2 goals, 1 assist against Binghamton (4-1).
    5. Virginia Tech (7-1-3). Beat Louisville, 4-2, with all six goals in second half.
    6. Kentucky (7-0-3). All three ties have come in Conference USA play.
    7. Pittsburgh (8-3-0). Freshman Guilherme Feitosa had three assists in 3-2 win over Duke.
    8. Tulsa (9-1-0). Tied with UCF in American Athletic at 4-1-0 after 3-2 loss to Knights.
    9. Duke (9-2-0). Loss at Pitt ended a six-match winning streak.
    10. Missouri State (9-1-0). Jesus Barea's golden goal gave Bears 2-1 win over Loyola.
    (Click here for complete Top 25.)
    Note: Records are for games played through Sunday, October 10.

  • Washington Huskies thrive under Jamie Clark, a coach inspired by his father's 'amazing impact'

    Ten years ago, after stints at Harvard and Creighton, Jamie Clark settled in the Northwest to take charges of the Huskies. Read the whole story

  • Top 10: NCAA Division I women's rankings

    United Soccer Coaches, Week 8:
    1. Florida State (13-0-0). Won 16th straight ACC game with 4-1 victory over Miami.
    2. Virginia (12-1-1). Scored five goals in under 12 minutes in 5-0 win at Syracuse.
    3. North Carolina (10-1-2). Maggie Pierce's first career goal was OT winner at BC.
    4. Pepperdine (12-1-0). Zoe Clevely tied school record with 6 straight shutouts.
    5. USC (10-2-0). Scored 15 goals in three Pac-12 wins over eight days.
    6. Arkansas (11-2-0). Defeated Vanderbilt, 1-0, in overtime for 11th straight win.
    7. UCLA (11-0-2). Tied Utah, 1-1, after Marley Canales missed PK in overtime.
    8. Duke (9-2-1). Suffered first home loss when N.C. State rallied for 2-1 OT win.
    9. Rutgers (11-2-0). Now 6-0-0 in Big Ten after wins over Michigan and Iowa.
    10. Tennessee (12-1-0). Won fifth straight SEC game with 1-0 win at South Carolina.
    (Click here for complete Top 25.)
    Note: Records are for games played through Sunday, October 10.

  • Sian Hudson on finding women's soccer joy in the USA, leading the LSU Tigers, and Becky Burleigh's support

    Sian Hudson has a knack for being in places without much of a female soccer scene. And then helping it blast off. Read the whole story

  • Top 5: NCAA Division I scorers

    Men:
    1. Nick Markanich (Northern Illinois) 12 goals.
    2. Theo Collomb (UNC Greensboro) 11 goals.
    3. Tyler Bagley (Cornell), Aboubacar Camara (Louisville), Ryan Carmichael (Hofstra), Lucca Dourado (UCF), Emil Jaaskelainen (LIU) 10 goals.
    Women:
    1. Mollie Belisle (Georgia), Nicole Douglas (Arizona State), Miri Taylor (Hofstra) 14 goals.
    4. Rebecca Cooke (Quinnipiac), Kirsten Davis (Texas Tech) 12 goals.
    Note: Men's statistics through Oct. 12; women's statistics through Oct. 11.