Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, October 19, 2021
  • Arkansas remains unstoppable in SEC

    Senior Parker Goins became the No. 4 Razorbacks' all-time leader in points when she scored in the 6-0 win over Missouri. Read the whole story

  • Top 10: NCAA Division I women's rankings

    United Soccer Coaches, Week 9:
    1. Florida State (14-0-0). Win streak to open season ties longest streak in Noles' history.
    2. Virginia (13-1-1). Alex Spaanstra delivered goal and assist in 2-1 win over Notre Dame.
    3. Pepperdine (13-1-0). Shutout streak extended to 7 games with 3-0 win over Gonzaga.
    4. Arkansas (12-2-0). Won 12th game in a row with 6-1 win over Missouri.
    5. USC (11-2-0). Set program record with 11th straight win (3-1 at Oregon).
    6. Duke (10-2-1). Freshman Michelle Cooper's 8th goal sparked 2-0 win at Wake Forest.
    7. North Carolina (10-2-2). Dropped to 3-2-2 in ACC with 1-0 loss at N.C. State.
    8. UCLA (12-0-2). One of only three unbeaten teams in the country.
    9. Rutgers (13-2-0). Clinched share of Big Ten title with 1-0 win over Michigan State.
    10. Tennessee (13-1-0). Crowd of 2,379 watched 2-1 win over Mississippi State.
    (Click here for complete Top 25.)
    Note: Records are for games played through Sunday, October 17.)

  • Wesleyan's Geoff Wheeler on D-III appeal: A healthy balance for elite players

    Geoff Wheeler coaches the Cardinals, who compete in the New England Small College Athletic Conference. Read the whole story

  • Top 10: NCAA Division I men's rankings

    United Soccer Coaches, Week 8:
    1. Washington (12-0-0). Clinched 6th straight season with at least 12 victories.
    2. Georgetown (11-1-0). Despite 3-0 loss to Providence still leads Big East.
    3. Marshall (8-1-3). Pedro Dolabella scored golden goal in 1-0 win over UAB.
    4. Kentucky (8-0-3). Undefeated through first 11 games for first time in history.
    5. New Hampshire (12-0-2). Held to 1-1 ties by both Yale and Vermont.
    6. Clemson (10-3-0). Luis Felipe Fernandez-Salvador had golden goal (3-2 over Duke).
    7. Maryland (10-2-1).  Scored all three goals in 6-minute span in 3-0 win over Pacific.
    8. Oregon State (8-1-2). Adrian Molina-Diaz and Tyrone Mondi have 6 goals each.
    9. Missouri State (11-1-0). Beat SIU-E 1-0 to improve to 6-0-0 in Missouri Valley.
    10. Pittsburgh (8-4-0). Fell into tie for second in ACC division behind Notre Dame.
    (Click here for complete Top 25.)
    Note: Records are for games played through Sunday, October 17.

  • United Soccer Coaches names Geoff VanDeusen as new CEO

    The former college head coach has been the association's director of operations and events for 10 years. Read the whole story

  • Top 5: NCAA Division I scorers

    1. Aboubacar Camara (Louisville), Ryan Carmichael (Hofstra), Nick Markanich (Northern Illinois) 12 goals.
    4. Theo Collomb (UNC Greensboro), Emil Jaaskelainen (LIU) 11 goals.
    1. Nicole Douglas (Arizona State) 15 goals.
    2. Mollie Belisle (Georgia), Miri Taylor (Hofstra) 14 goals.
    4. Kirsten Davis (Texas Tech), Sarah Griffith (Purdue), Maya Hansen (South Dakota State), Emma Hawkins (Central Arkansas), Courtney Marten (ULM) 13 goals.
    Note: Men's statistics through Oct. 18; women's statistics through Oct. 17.