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Philly Soccer 6 previews: Villanova and La Salle

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The college soccer season is about to begin. Bob McBride has previews for the Villanova and La Salle men's teams, both of which have exhibition games this weekend.

Philly Soccer Six post season roundup

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Drexel heads to NCAA tournament for the first time in 40 years while La Salle, Temple and Penn complete the 2012 season

Philly Soccer Six conference playoffs

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Drexel, Villanova, Temple and La Salle enter the post-season.

College Soccer

Philly Soccer Six roundup

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Temple and Villanova clinch playoff berths. Roundup of the week's Philly Soccer Six results, conference standings, leading scorers and upcoming games.

Friday College Rewind: VCU thrashes Xavier, Charlotte edges Saint Louis, and more

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Four Atlantic-10 teams ranked in the SBI Top 25 took the field on Friday night in a pair of important matches, and by the end of the night it was the lowest-ranked team of the four that made the biggest impression.

SBI No. 25 VCU not only handed No. 8 Xavier their first loss of the season, they dismantled them.

Philly Soccer Six roundup: Drexel clinch CAA tournament spot

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Drexel clinches trip to the CAA tournament for the first time since 2007. Roundup of the week's Philly Soccer Six results, conference standings, leading scorers and upcoming games.

Philly soccer six roundup

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Temple rises to first place in Atlantic 10 after New England road trip. Roundup of the week's Philly Soccer Six results, conference standings, leading scorers and upcoming games.

College soccer season preview: Saint Joseph’s

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PSP's series looking at the Philly Soccer Six continues with a preview of St. Joseph's, who are looking to improve on a tough 2011 season.

College soccer season preview: La Salle

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Veteran head coach Pat Farrell is celebrating his 26th season directing La Salle's men's soccer program.

College soccer season preview: La Salle

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Veteran head coach Pat Farrell is celebrating his 26th season directing La Salle's men's soccer program.

Temple looks to leave Atlantic 10 on a high note

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2012-13 will be a time of transition for the Owls as they complete a final season in the Atlantic 10 before moving on to the Big East conference.

College Cup: Charlotte looks to keep Cinderella run going in semifinals

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By JOHN BOSCHINI

By just about any measure, it has been a good year for the UNC-Charlotte 49ers.

The little-known school of the Atlantic-10 dispatched defending champions Akron and scored in the final five minutes against stingy UConn to steamroll their way into the College Cup.

2011 College Cup: Top First and Second Round Matches

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WVU faces a tough challenge in the opening round.. (All-Pro Photography/Dale Sparks photo)

The 2011 College Cup kicks off later this week with plenty of good match-ups and potential second round pairings. With no clear cut favorite in this year's tournament, several teams could go the distance to win this year's tournament.

Danny Califf

Califf on the loss, Houston & LA reach final, more news

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Union

Danny Califf said of the Union's long-ball tactics against Houston, "It played right into their hands. They have a couple of big center backs, and all of them, aside from Corey Ashe, are big, and along with their midfielders they eat that up."

CSN Philly completely sidesteps the issue of Peter Nowak's selection and tactical decisions by saying that, in losing to Houston, the Union were beaten by a better team.

Tweets, That call, Quotes, Looking forward, more morning news

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It didn't end the way we wanted, but, oh, what a season. As Adam Cann wrote in our match report for Thurday night's loss in Houston, "After ten months, the Union ended their season where it began. In their wake they leave every reasonable expectation, and in the city they represent they will find nothing but love.