NCAA Soccer


NCAA: Providence Beats Bryant in Home Opener

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Providence College opened its home slate on a positive note thanks to Monday's 3-0 win over Bryant University at Anderson Stadium in Providence, R.I.

Mac Steeves opened and closed the account with goals in the 36th and 81st minutes, and chipped in with an assist on Braden Kline's 62nd minute effort.

Losing By Less Is Still Losing

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'Coach told us today that all we're going to play against XXXXXX is defense'.

Why would you ever tell your players that? It just means you're trying to lose by less, which gains you... what? I've never understood soccer coaches who drop 5-6-7 kids back on defense or directly shadow strikers to try to stem the bleeding.

John Daly: NCAA Proposals Damaging to Women's Soccer

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The following is a post provided to by John Daly. Daly is Head Coach of Women's Soccer for the College of William & Mary. Daly has an impressive resume having won 10 CAA Championships, 12 CAA Regular Season Championships, and 24 NCAA Appearances.

By John Daly

Currently there are far reaching and damaging proposals being considered by the NCAA as a result of the Presidential Working Group recommendations.

Girls in the Cheap Seats CSRN #54

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Shana, Rachna, and Megan talk about MLS Cup, from which Megan has recovered well. The girls ponder David Beckham's future and look back on his time in MLS. All three girls are upset about the results of the MLS Expansion Draft. Rachna provides some updates on NCAA soccer, and the girls discuss the positive and negative possibilities for the future of WPS.

Boston College

BC’s Impressive Run Ends

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Senior goalkeeper Alex Kapp played his last game for the Eagles on Saturday.

Boston College Men's soccer (11-8-2) NCAA tournament run came to an end in the quarterfinals with a 1-0 loss at Syracuse (16-5-3) on Sunday. The Orange had the better of the play for much of the game, but it took them until the 79th minute to find the breakthrough from junior forward Ben Polk to send them into the NCAA Semifinals.

BC Stuns Georgetown in PKs

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Boston College Men's Soccer (11-7-2) continued its impressive run on Sunday, upsetting three seed Georgetown (16-2-3) on penalty kicks after a 1-1 draw to advance to the Quarterfinals of the NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship. BC will now head to six seed Syracuse to face the Orange in the Elite Eight on Saturday.

NCAA: BC Advances to Sweet 16, UConn & Dartmouth Fall

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Boston College advanced to the Sweet 16 in dramatic fashion after Simon Enstrom scored in extra time to give the Eagles a 2-1 win over 14th-seeded University of South Florida in Sunday's second round game at Corbett Soccer Complex in Tampa, Fla.

Enstrom, who also scored the game-winner against Vermont in the first round, received a pass from Zeiko Lewis and converted in the 98th minute.

NCAA: BC, UConn & Dartmouth Advance to 2nd Rd.

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A trio of New England's soccer powers emerged victorious in the first round of the Division 1 Men's College Cup tournament, whichtook place across the countryon Thursday.

Boston College beat Vermont 1-0 in Chestnut Hill thanks to aSimon Enstrom goal in the 71st minute. The Eagles will face 14th-seeded South Florida in the second round on Sunday at 1pm.

Five NE-based Schools Earn NCAA Bids

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New England will be well-represented during the 2015 Men's Division 1 College Cup tournament after the NCAA announced the field and bracket on Monday.

Boston College (9-7-1), Boston University (12-5-2), the University of Connecticut (9-5-6), the University of Vermont (11-6-3) and Dartmouth College (11-5-1) will all compete in this year's tournament.

BC Duo Called at NWSL Draft

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Boston College products Kristie Mewis and Vicki DiMartino had their names called at Friday's inaugural National Women's Soccer League college draft.

Mewis was taken in the first round (third overall) by FC Kansas City while DiMartino went to the Western New York Flash in the third round (22nd overall).

NCAAs: Northeastern Upsets BC, Brown Prevails

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Northeastern's Dante Morini scored the only goal his team needed to upset Boston College in Thursday's NCAA Tournament first round match. (Photo: Chris Aduama/

Dante Moriniplayed the heroin Northeastern's (14-2-4)1-0 upset win over Boston College (8-5-6)during Wednesday's first round match of the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament at Parson Field.

BC Women Earn NCAA Bid

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The 24th-ranked Boston College women's soccer team earned an NCAA tournament berth after going 10-7-3 on the season. (Photo: Boston College Athletics)

The 24th-ranked Boston College women's soccer team is the lone New England school to earn a bid to this year's NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Tournament afer the 64-team bracket was released on Monday.

NSCAA Releases Preseason Poll

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New England colleges are well represented in NSCAA's national preseason soccer rankings released on Tuesday. The University of Connecticut (#4), Boston College (#14) and Brown University (#22) are all in the top 25 Division 1 men's rankings, while BC (#11) and Boston University (#23) are both among the top 25 in Division 1 women's rankings.

Major League Soccer

Five Thoughts: #NEvDC

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Five is proving to be a lucky number for the Revs this season. After back-to-back games scoring five goals, New England won its fifth game in a row against DC United on Saturday, moving five points above their second-place rivals in the standings.

Four Local Players Called

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Four player with ties to New England were taken in Thursday's MLS SuperDraft.

Defender Andrew Jean-Baptiste (Connecticut), defender Aaron Maund (Dorchester, Mass.), midfielder Tony Cascio (Connecticut) and forward Luckymore Mkosana (Dartmouth) all had their names called at the Kansas City Convention Center.

USL Premier Development League Gets an Injection of Massachusetts

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Within the last week, the United Soccer Leagues Premier Development League (USL PDL) officially announced the 2012 inaugural seasons of two new Massachusetts-based clubs, Worcester Hydra FC and Boston Victory SC. The teams will both play in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference joining the already established Western Mass Pioneers, Vermont Voltage, MPS Portland Phoenix, New Hampshire Phantoms, and Ottowa Fury.


UConn Will Definitely Be Focused for Sunday’s AAC Final

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After blanking UCF, 2-0, in their American Athletic Conference Men's Soccer Tournament semifinal on Saturday, UConn will definitely be focused for Sunday's AAC final at Toyota Stadium against USF.

"Yeah, they're the best team in the league. We saw that playing them at their place-a lot of talent, a lot of juice.

Providence Shocks No. 3 UConn 1-0

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Sophomore midfielder Marcos Ugarte scored the lone goal of the game as Providence upset No. 3 Connecticut 1-0 at Glay Field in Providence on Wednesday.

Ugarte's goal came in the 55th minute, while Keasel Broome stopped three shots to lead the Friars to their fourth victory of the season.

Wednesday's game marked only the third time the Huskies had trailed all season.

UConn Ousted from NCAAs

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Connecticut couldn't cling to its late one-goal lead and paid the price for it as Creighton edged the Huskies 4-2 on penalties after a 1-1 match on Sunday in Storrs, Ct.

Tony Cascio broke a scoreless tie in the 82nd minute to put UConn up late, but moments later, Giuseppe Gentile leveled it in the 85th minute, forcing the match into two overtimes.

NCAA Division III

Division III men’s soccer roundup: Postseason play brings penalty kicks, upsets, and more

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Phil Naegely rounds up the local NCAA Division III playoff results.

Division III men’s soccer roundup: Conference clashes, downpours, and more

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Play is heating up with conference playoffs only two weeks away. Phil Naegely rounds up local Division III results.

Messiah College honors legendary coach Layton Shoemaker

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The legacy of former Messiah College men's soccer coach Layton Shoemaker, who passed away in January, was honored before the team faced Stevenson University on Saturday.

Messiah coach McCarty wins 100th game, Rutgers-Camden remains perfect, more

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Brad McCarty gets 100th win as Messiah head coach in victory over conference rival Elizabethtown.

College Soccer

Division III men’s soccer roundup: Monsoon games, conference clashes, and more

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Rain, win streaks, upsets: Phil Naegely rounds up the latest area Division III action.

Local Division III opening weekend review

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A wrap of opening weekend conference and non conference Division III games.

William and Mary Release Men's and Women's Schedules for 2012

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2012 Men's Schedule

2012 Women's Schedule

Wenger, Noyola win Hermann Trophy

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Duke standout Andrew Wenger and Stanford senior Teresa Noyola were named winners of the Hermann Trophy on Saturday in recognition of being the top players in Division I NCAA soccer.

Wenger, who signed a Generation Adidas contract after a stellar junior year at Duke, led the ACC with 17 goals and eight assists.

Reminder: College Cup Today at 1:00PM

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Once again the College Cup is upon us. While this game has little to do with MLS as a whole, it's nice to see the current top crop of NCAA soccer prospects, especially since many of them are probably looking at MLS as an entry to playing professionally. A few are probably already signed up for Generation Adidas as well.

Gettin’ Schooled

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Later today, NCAA Tournament finalists UNC-Charlotte and North Carolina wil play for the prestigious College Cup. To give us a better glimpse of what occured during the tournament, Brian O'Connell caught up with Revsnet founder and college soccer expert Mike Marshall to discuss this weekend's slate of matches, as well as college soccer at large.


Late Goal Bounces UConn from NCAAs

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Christian Blandon's 89th minute goal bounced fourth-seed Connecticut from the NCAA Tournament astwelfth-seed Creighton secured a 1-0 win in Sunday's quarterfinal match at MorroneStadium.

Blandon broke a scoreless match when he grabbed a pass from Jose Gomez and slammed his shot off the bar before it bounced into the net.

UConn Wins in in OT, Advances to NCAA Q’finals

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STORRS, Conn. Nicholas Zuniga's overtime strike sent Connecticut to a 2-1 win over New Mexico at Morrone Stadium on Sunday.

Zuniga scored when Carlos Alvarez brought down a longball and played it central to the Huskies' forward, who raced through the Lobos' defense and pushed it through to send the Huskies to the NCAA Quarterfinals, which will be played next weekend.


No. 19 Brown draws 0-0 to Fairfield

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It wasn't for lack of trying that Brown didn't find the back of the net against Fairfield on Tuesday.

Despite outshooting the Stags (4-4-1) by a 19-1 margin after the interval, the 19th-ranked Bears (8-1-1) were forced to settle for a 0-0 double-overtime draw at Stevenson Field in Providence, R.

Brown Earns 3rd Shutout, Beats Cleveland St.

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Defender Dylan Remick scored inside of 10 minutes to help lead No. 22 Brown (3-0-0) to a 2-0 win over Cleveland State (2-2-0) in the Brown Soccer Classic on Friday at Stevenson Field in Providence, R.I.

Remick (10′) and fellow defender Eric Robertson (70′) collected their first goals of the season while Bears keeper Sam Kernan-Schloss recorded a pair of saves and earned his third-straight clean sheet of the young season.

The Rest

NCAA: 12th-ranked Providence Falls to Wake Forest

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The Carolinas have proven to be particularly unkind for the highest-ranked men's soccer team in New England.

Twelfth-ranked Providence College conceded twice before the break and couldn't dig themselves out in Sunday's 4-1 loss to 2nd-ranked Wake Forest at W.

College Cup 2015 live stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch NCAA soccer online

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Syracuse v Clemson is the 3PM Pacific under-card. The big show is Stanford v Akron at 5:30 PM Pacific. ESPNU is carrying it on TV. WatchESPN has the streaming.

The final four teams for the Men's Division 1 NCAA soccer tournament features the 2nd, 4th, 6th and 8th seeded teams in the nation.

NCAAs: UConn Advances; Brown, Northeastern Knocked Out

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Fourth-seed Connecticut clinched a third round berth in the NCAA Division 1 Men's Tournament, while Northeastern and Brown were bounced from thebracket in Sunday's second round action.

The Big East champions claimed a 1-0 win over Northeastern in Storrs, Conn., with Mamadou Doudou Diouf scoring the lone goal of the game in the 24th minute.

Four New England Schools Qualify for NCAAs

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Four New England-based college soccerprograms qualified for the 2012 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament.

Boston CollegeandBrownearned at large bids while Connecticut and Northeastern eachreceived automatic bids for winning their respective conferences.

The Eagles went 8-5-5and tied with Clemson for fourth place in the Atlantic Coast Conferencethis season.

Arboleda Helps PC Earn 1-1 Draw at Columbia

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Providencemidfielder Wilder Arboleda equalized in the 74rd minute to help his side earn a 1-1 double-overtime draw at Columbia on Tuesday at the Columbia Soccer Complex in New York, N.Y.

Arboleda's strike helped the Friars dig out of the deficit created by Columbia midfielder Nick Scott's 15th minute goal.

Brown Edges URI in Season Opener

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Thomas McNamara converted a 23rd minute penalty to lift 24th-ranked Brown to a 1-0 victory over Rhode Island in the Bears' season opener at Stevenson Field.

The senior midfielder, who also collected a team-high four shots on the night, put it past Adam Blanchard from the spot while Brown's defense did the rest in the first game of the Ocean State Classic.

Tar Heels Take College Cup

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North Carolina withstood a late-charge from Charlotte to hold onto a 1-0 win and capture its second College Cup in school history on Sunday afternoon at Regions Park in Hoover, Ala.

Ben Speas scored the decider in the 65th minute while the Tar Heel defenders barely kept the 49ers off the board in the waning minutes as the first-seeded squad ended the Cinderella run of their in-state opponent.