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 Post subject: COLLEGE SOCCER
PostPosted: Mon Jul 13, 2009 12:10 pm 
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CSN Pre-Season Top Thirty Rankings

1. St. John’s
2. Creighton
3. Wake Forest
4. North Carolina
5. Maryland
6. Akron
7. Indiana
8. California
9. Northwestern
10. Dartmouth
11. UIC
12. Tulsa
13. South Florida
14. UC Irvine
15. Loyola (MD)
16. Notre Dame
17. UCLA
18. Dayton
19. UC Santa Barbara
20. Connecticut
21. Drake
22. Virginia
23. Boston University
24. Saint Louis U.
25. Michigan State
26. Cal Poly
27. SMU
28. Louisville
29. George Mason
30. San Francisco

http://www.collegesoccernews.com/index_files/Page424.htm


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2009 First Team Pre-Season All-America

Andrew Wiedeman - Junior - Forward - California
Andre Akpan - Senior - Forward - Harvard
Samson Malijani - Senior - Forward - FDU
Nelson Becerra - Senior - Midfielder - St. John’s
Corben Bone - Junior - Midfielder - Wake Forest
Michael Stephens - Senior - Midfielder - UCLA
Craig Henderson - Sr. - Midfielder - Dartmouth
Chris Schuler - Senior - Defender - Creighton
Ike Opara - Junior - Defender - Wake Forest
Joel Gustafsson - Senior - Defender - St. John’s
Jovan Bubonja - Senior - Goalkeeper - UIC


2009 Second Team Pre-Season All-America

Cody Arnoux - Senior - Forward - Wake Forest
Conor Chinn - Senior - Forward - San Francisco
Bron Dacy - Senior - Forward - Creighton
J.T. Noone - Junior - Midfielder - Temple
Anthony Ampaipitakwong - Jr. - Midfield - Akron
Toni Stahl - Senior - Midfielder - Connecticut
Ben Arikian - Junior - Midfielder - Massachusetts
Tennant McVea - Senior - Defender - Loyola (MD
Barry Rice - Senior - Defender - Kentucky
Mark Blades - Senior - Defender - Northwestern
Zack Johnson - Jr. Goalkeeper - West Virginia

http://www.collegesoccernews.com/index_files/Page413.htm


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QUARTER FINALS

Akron 1:0 Tulsa
UNC 2:1 Drake
Wake Forest 2:0 UCLA
UVa 3:0 UMd

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SEMI-FINALS

Akron vs. UNC
Wake Forest Vs. UVa

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Champion University of Virginia Cavaliers win sixth national title in school history

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NCAA Rankings Pre-Season Men
Division I Pre-Season Poll - August 10, 2010

Rank School Prev. W-L-T
1 Akron 2 23 - 1 - 1
2 Virginia 1 19 - 3 - 3
3 Wake Forest 3 17 - 4 - 3
4 North Carolina 4 16 - 2 - 4
5 UCLA 5 12 - 4 - 4
6 Maryland 6 15 - 6 - 2
7 Tulsa 7 15 - 5 - 2
8 UC Santa Barbara 10 17 - 5 - 2
9 Northwestern 11 11 - 5 - 4
10 Harvard 9 14 - 4 - 1
11 Duke 12 14 - 7 - 0
12 Boston College 15 14 - 9 - 0
13 Stanford 14 12 - 6 - 2
14 Drake 8 16 - 7 - 2
15 Monmouth 13 18 - 2 - 2
16 South Florida 18 14 - 4 - 3
17 St. John's 21 9 - 3 - 9
18 Ohio State 19 12 - 5 - 4
19 Portland 17 12 - 6 - 5
20 Louisville 16 13 - 3 - 4
20 Indiana 20 12 - 10 - 1
22 Connecticut 24 11 - 4 - 4
23 North Carolina-Wilmington 22 14 - 3 - 5
24 Michigan State RV 11 - 8 - 2
25 UC Irvine 25 15 - 7 - 0
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2010 NSCAA preseason women's top 25
1. North Carolina
2. Stanford
3. UCLA
4. Notre Dame
5. Portland
6. Florida State
7. Boston College
8. Texas A&M
9. Santa Clara
10. Wake Forest
11. Florida
12. South Carolina
13. Penn State
14. California
15. Virginia Tech
16. Maryland
17. Virginia
18. Rutgers
19. USC
20. Wisconsin
21. Washington State
22. BYU
22. Oklahoma State
24. West Virginia
25. Central Florida


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NCAA Awards 2010 Men's College Cup to UC Santa Barbara

INDIANAPOLIS--- The NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Committee has selected Santa Barbara, Calif., to serve as the host for the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship, which will take place Dec. 10 and 12, 2010. Hosted by the University of California, Santa Barbara, the 2010 Men’s Soccer Championship will be played at Meredith Field at Harder Stadium. It marks the first time UC Santa Barbara will host the event, but the sixth time the championship will take place in the state of California (2005-Carson, 1981-Palo Alto, 1977- Berkeley, 1969-San Jose, 1966-Berkeley).

"This is tremendous news," said Mark Massari, UC Santa Barbara director of athletics. "UCSB, Santa Barbara and the central coast area is a great choice for celebrating the NCAA Men's College Cup. Now the fun begins and we look forward to working with our local community and civic leaders to make this event a huge success. We are on the national stage."

“The committee is very excited to bring the NCAA Men's College Cup back to the west coast with UC Santa Barbara hosting in 2010. Their reputation as a premier soccer venue, drawing record crowds in a location known for great weather makes UC Santa Barbara not only an ideal selection to host the NCAA Men’s College Cup, but will help to continue to foster the sport's growth,” said Charlie Elwood, chair of the Division I Men's Soccer Committee and director of athletic administration at Fordham University.

“We are so pleased and honored that the NCAA and the NCAA Men’s Soccer Committee has awarded the 2010 NCAA Men’s College Cup to UC Santa Barbara,” said Henry T. Yang, UC Santa Barbara Chancellor. “This is such an exciting opportunity for a great soccer community. I applaud our intercollegiate athletics director Mark Massari, head coach Tim Vom Steeg, our coaching staff, our student-athletes, and all of our devoted Gaucho alumni and fans for their contributions to this successful bid.”


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Women's College Cup
December 3 & 5, 2010
WakeMed Soccer Park
Cary, North Carolina
Host: N.C. State University,
Town of Cary and
Capital Area Soccer League


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Cary Looks To Be Capital Of College Cup

Some organizers are vying for a combined super-championship between the men's and women's College Cups

CARY, N.C. — The site of the men's College Cup, which also will host the women's Cup in 2010, has a loftier ambition — to hold a joint championship the same weekend in 2011 or 2012 and eventually to become the Omaha of college soccer. Omaha, Neb., is the permanent home of the baseball College World Series.

The Division I men's and women's soccer committees are considering a three-year pilot program, starting in 2011, for a joint College Cup weekend, and several local and university officials say Cary, a town of 137,483 near Raleigh, will bid to host it at least one year.

Cary would be joined in the effort by the Greater Raleigh Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Capital Area Soccer League and Campbell University, the new host school. N.C. State, the host school this year and next, will end its role after that to focus its staff resources on strengthening its own programs.

The NCAA has already named Cary a "championship city" — along with Indianapolis, Cleveland, St. Louis, San Diego and San Antonio — as part of another pilot program that is bringing seven championships here over four years. In addition to the College Cups, the Division II Baseball Championship will be held in 2010 and '11 at the USA Baseball complex in Cary, and the Division III cross-country and tennis championships are headed here in 2011 and '12, respectively.

But for a joint College Cup, WakeMed Soccer Park would have to be renovated and expanded. The town plans tentatively to spend $5.8 million in hotel occupancy tax money to eventually increase seating from 7,000 to 12,000, build two more locker rooms, add meeting and media space, perhaps even put up a video board.

http://www.ncaa.com/sports/m-soccer/spec-rel/121009aag.html


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Akron's Nagbe wins Hermann Trophy
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Zips forward receives top college honor after historic season


The University of Akron’s Darlington Nagbe was recognized as the top player in the NCAA Division 1 on Friday, receiving the coveted Hermann Trophy award.

The Zips product topped fellow junior forwards Will Bruin from Indiana University and the University of Louisville’s Colin Rolfe to take home the prize.

Nagbe, who also can play in the midfield, helped Akron capture their first-ever NCAA title in 2010, topping Louisville in the College Cup Final. He scored seven goals and tallied 13 assists in 25 starts all season.

He becomes the second consecutive Akron player to win the award after current Sporting Kansas City and US national team striker Teal Bunbury received it last year.

The Hermann Trophy is handed out by the Missouri Athletic Club to the nation’s top male and female players in NCAA D-1 soccer. The winners are decided by votes from the coaches whose programs are members of the NSCAA.

http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/article/akrons-nagbe-wins-hermann-trophy


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