In Pictures: NCAA Men’s College Cup

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Your 2017 NCAA Men's College Cup champions: The Stanford Cardinal.

NCAA: Stanford se queda en el camino

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Una exitosa carrera colegial finalizó el viernes para Alina Garciamendez. Stanford se despidió del torneo nacional de NCAA al caer 1-0 con North Carolina, y por supuesto, pierde toda posibilidad de repetir el campeonato. Un cerrado partido que no pudo definirse en el tiempo regular fue el último encuentro que Garciamendez jugó como Cardinal.

NCAA: Stanford golea y sigue firme rumbo al título

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Michigan se despidió de la lucha por el título del campeonato nacional de NCAA, luego de una intensa batalla ante Penn State. La escuadra de Christina Murillo empató a uno durante el tiempo regular, gracias a los goles de Clare Stachel, quién anotó de penal para Michigan, y de Maddy Evans, para igualar el marcador.

College Soccer

Indiana stays perfect with win over UNC to reach College Cup final

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Indiana's 1-0 over North Carolina sets up a dream matchup with Stanford in the College Cup final.

Stanford roll over Akron 2-0 to reach the College Cup final

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A goal in each half fired Stanford to a 2-0 victory over Akron, leaving the Cardinal just one win away from their third consecutive NCAA championship.

16 players to watch in the 2017 College Cup

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Nick Fishman ranks 16 players to watch as the best four teams in men's college soccer come to Philly.

NCAA College Cup semifinals preview: Akron vs. Stanford

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With the College Cup coming to Talen Energy Stadium this weekend, Nick Fishman previews the first of Friday's semifinal doubleheader. Here's everything you need to know about Stanford and Akron.

Bakero, Hilliard-Arce, Lillard headline semifinalists for MAC Hermann Trophy

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The most prestigious award in college soccer has narrowed its field of potential winners to 15.

Wake Forest's Jon Bakero, Stanford's Tomas Hilliard-Arce and North Carolina's Cam Lindley were among the 15 semifinalists for the MAC Hermann Trophy announced on Tuesday.

Eleven of the players on the men's list are seniors with two juniors, a sophomore and a freshman also included.

College Cup Quarterfinal Rewind: Stanford top Louisville, Denver edges Clemson and more

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Although the College Cup 2015 champions are still very much in the running for this year's trophy, three other deservingsemifinalists will be jumping at the chance to unseat Stanford.

The four teams emerging from the quarterfinal round are North Carolina, Denver, Wake Forest and Stanford.

NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal Preview: Louisville takes on Stamford, Clemson faces Denver and more

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As the NCAA Tournament kicks off its quarterfinal matches on Friday, the clear dominance from ACC representatives isclear to see.

All four of the matches in this round will be hosted by an ACC team, and the battle between Wake Forest and Virginia Tech will ensure that at least one ACC representative travels to Houston next weekend.

Stanford coach says Jordan Morris raised profile of college soccer

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To Stanford head coach Jeremy Gunn, Seattle Sounders and U.S. Men's National Team forward Jordan Morris' rise to soccer stardom in the U.S. not only put the Pac-12 program on the map, but also showcased the talent college soccer has to offer.

Gunn was appointed head coach of an average Stanford soccer program in 2012, but has turned it into a force to be reckoned with whilehelping guide the Cardinal to their first NCAA championship in program history last season.

Brandon Vincent hoping to fulfill Olympic dream after surprise USMNT call-up

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FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. Brandon Vincent was getting on a plane to the MLS Combine with Stanford teammate Eric Verso on Wednesday when the roster for the U.S. Men's National Team's annual winter camp came out. Unsurprisingly, neither Vincent or Verso were on the squad, but they still joked about missing their chance to play in this summer's Olympics.

Jordan Morris wins MAC Hermann award

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After a strong year for country and program, Jordan Morris was named college soccer's best player in 2015.

On Friday, the Stanford forward won the MAC Hermann Trophy, the highest individual intercollegiate award. He beat out Creighton's Fabian Herbers and Georgetown's Brandon Allen for the honors.

SBI Spotlight: Vincent eager to showcase abilities in MLS Combine

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The 2016 MLS Combine is finally here, and while you would expect some players to be nervous, former Stanford captain Brandon Vincent is anything but.

The left back is fresh off leading his team to an NCAA College Cup championship. Expectations are high for both what he'll do on the field and how high he'll go in the upcoming draft,but even if he's nervous, he doesn'tshow it.

Jordan Morris announces he's turning pro

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One decision down. One more to go.

Jordan Morris confirmed's recent reporton Tuesday by announcing through Stanford that he was forgoing his senior season at the university toturn pro. The announcement comes a day after Morris, 21, celebrated his 2015 College Cup-winning campaign with his teammates at the Cardinal's end-of-season banquet.

Report: Jordan Morris to turn pro

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Following Stanford's College Cupvictory, Jordan Morris is reportedly set to take the next step in his college career.

Goal USA is reporting that Morris has made the decision to begin his professional career by foregoing his senior year with the Cardinal. Morris is reportedly in advanced negotiations with the Seattle Sounders, who are pushing for the U.

Klinsmann stresses 'big moment' for Morris as pro decision looms large

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This was always inevitable for Jordan Morris. The time to make a decision has come.

Morris punctuated his strong junior season in emphatic fashion on Sunday, as he bagged a brace to help give Stanford its first College Cup title. Now, the 21-year-old striker is at a fork in the road.

Stanford, Clemson, Akron, Syracuse reach College Cup

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For the fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament, the No. 1 overall seed will not participate in the College Cup.

That's because No. 8 Stanford, led by goals from Jordan Morris and Foster Langsdorf, upset Wake Forest, 2-1, on the road at Spry Stadium on Saturday in the NCAA quarterfinals.

Report: Morris undecided on professional future despite Sounders offer

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U.S. Under-23 Men's National Team forward Jordan Morrishas long been expected to turn pro after his junior season at Stanford University, but a new report suggests he hasn't made up his mind yet. is reportingthat Morrishas yet to commit to the idea of turning professional after this season, even though the Seattle Sounders remain waiting with the highest homegrown offer in MLS history.

SBI College Top 25: Oct. 30 Edition

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With Creighton's midweek loss to Xavier, there is a new team atop the SBI College Soccer Top 25.

The Bluejays lost, 2-1, to the Musketeers Wednesday and subsequently lost their No. 1 spot, a position they've held since Sept. 18. Creighton falls into third, while Stanford, which hasn't lost a game since Aug.

College Weekend Preview: Delaware’s California Clashes, Virginia-Notre Dame Headline Week 4

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The Blue Hens are undefeated but untested.

A relatively simple schedule against no ranked opponents have seen the SBI No. 20 Delaware surge to a perfect 6-0 record.

NCAA Tournament Field set: Akron facing Indiana, Stanford and St. John’s in as bubble teams

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The NCAA Tournament Field was announced on Monday afternoon and there weren't a ton of real surprises save for one extremely juicy first-round match-up.

Defending national champion Indiana will have an extremely tough road to a repeat as the Hoosiers were paired with Akron in easily the best first-round match-up of the 48-team tournament.

College Soccer Weekend Rewind: Wake Forest takes down Maryland; Cal tops Stanford; and more

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Wake Forest recorded its 400th victory in program history as the No. 13 Demon Deacons defeated the sixth-ranked Maryland Terrapins 4-3.

Senior midfielder Luca Gimenez recorded two goals and one assist as the Demon Deacons raced out to a 4-1 halftime lead.

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Stanford & North Carolina punch tickets to College Cup

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Stanford and North Carolina punched their tickets to the College Cup with wins on Saturday night and will join Akron and Indiana in college soccer's final four this weekend in Chester.

Two-time defending champions Stanford advanced to the College Cup for the third straight year with a 2-0 win over familiar foe Wake Forest in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

NCAA: Definida College Cup

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Stanford de Alina Garciamendez entró de lleno a la lucha por la defensa del título luego de vencer nada más y nada menos que a UCLA. Un gran partido de Lo'eau LaBonta, quién se lució con un doblete, bastaron para derrotar a la plantilla de Los Angeles y meterse a College Cup.

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Jordan Morris officially leaves Stanford, destination unknown

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Not that there was much doubt about it at this point, but Jordan Morris made his departure from Stanford official on Tuesday. Morris completed three seasons with the Cardinal and still had a year of eligibility remaining, although he's basically run out of things he could accomplish.

In addition to leading Stanford to their first-ever men's soccer national championship by scoring a brace in the College Cup final, Morris is also considered the favorite to win the Hermann Trophy, annually given to the college game's best player.

With Stanford legacy secured, Jordan Morris looks ready to go pro

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Sounders still have to be considered front-runners to secure his services.

It is tempting to suggest that after leading the Stanford men's soccer team to their first-ever College Cup title that Jordan Morris has now proven everything he can at Stanford. (Yes, I suppose there's still the possibility that he could fail to win the Hermann Trophy -- the sport's equivalent to the Heisman -- giving him one more thing to win, but that's something largely out of his control.

Jordan Morris leads Stanford to first national title in 4-0 win over Clemson

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The USMNT forward scored in each half in a lopsided 4-0 win over Clemson to claim Stanford's first ever national championship in the College Cup final Sunday.

After three straight scoreless draws in the College Cup dating back to last year, Stanford forward Jordan Morris delivered what would end up being the game-winning goal just 88 seconds into the final on Sunday.

Behind-the-scenes footage reveals Stanford's subtle Sounders influence

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Jordan Morris represents a rather obvious Seattle Sounders tie to Stanford's first-ever men's soccer national championship. The Sounders Academy alum did score a brace in Sunday's College Cup final, after all. But this behind-the-scenes footage also displays a more subtle influence around 3:09.

No, Sounders fans did not invent "boom, boom, clap" -- despite what the internet jokes may tell you -- but they are the ones who popularized in the United States.

Stanford wins College Cup behind Jordan Morris brace

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The Cardinal blow Clemson away by score of 4-nil.

If Jordan Morris goes pro during this offseason, he goes out on top. His two goals lead Stanford to a 4-nil win over higher-seeded Clemson. That score ties the largest blowout in NCAA D1 Men's Soccer College Cup history matching St. Louis Unversity's 4-0 over San Francisco.

Jordan Morris named a MAC Hermann Trophy Finalist

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The Seattle's wunderkind's rocket trajectory continues as he becomes the first men's finalist from Stanford.

On the same day that Jordan Morris and the rest of the Stanford Cardinal will be kicking off their first College Cup game in 13 years, the Mercer Island native has been named a Hermann Trophy finalist — the first Sounders Academy graduate to ever achieve that honor.

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.

Jordan Morris scores again as Stanford advances to Final Four

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This is your regularly programmed alert that Jordan Morris scored. Again. His 18th minute goal, which came off a cross from the left, gave Stanford an early lead against top-seeded Wake Forest. Morris, a MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist, now has a career-high 11 goals in 16 appearances for Stanford in 2015.

Jordan Morris scored the kind of goal dreams are made of

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Stanford junior scores a brace to put Stanford into Elite 8.

If this is, indeed, Jordan Morris' final college season, he's doing everything possible to make sure he goes out on a good note. Coming off winning Pac-12 Player of the Year, the Stanford junior scored a pair of goals to lead the Cardinal to a 3-1 win over Ohio State on Sunday.

Jordan Morris is Pac-12 Player of Year, other Academy alums recognized

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Despite missing five of Stanford's games while playing with the United States National Team Mercer Island native and Seattle Sounders Academy product earned the Pac-12 Player of the Year. He lead Stanford with eight goals (5th in confernce) and two assists earned him the second highest points per game at 1.

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And The Walls Came Tumbling Down At Stanford

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Friday morning, after dropping a nuclear bomb with no warning the USA's 23-man World Cup roster without Landon Donovan out of the clear blue sky on a Thursday afternoon at Stanford, Jurgen Klinsmann faced the media.

USMNT Notes: Pre-World Cup camp has different feel; more arrivals reach Stanford; and more

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STANFORD, Calif. The U.S. Men's National Team pre-World Cup camp at Stanford University is almost full and the intensity is heating up.

With only 23 plane tickets to Brazil and 30 players in the last training camp before a series of send-off matches, it has a different atmosphere than a typical training camp, according to forward Chris Wondolowski.

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Corti Brings Skills and Smarts to RGVFC

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A star athlete and student at Stanford, goalkeeper Nico Corti brings intelligence and intangibles to the Toros.

Stanford University is one of the rare colleges in the country that is highly regarded athletically and academically. RGVFC's new goalkeeper Nico Corti excelled in both categories in his time there.

Book review: When the Dream Became Reality, by Bobby Warshaw

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PSP's Dan Walsh reviews the recently published book by the retired player and Harrisburg-area product, finding it a wholly authentic view of American soccer players' life behind the scenes.

Stanford, Clemson advance to College Cup title game on penalties

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After 220 minutes of scoreless soccer and 14 rounds of penalty kicks, Stanford and Clemson advanced to the College Cup final.

If you hate scoreless draws and penalty kicks, there was nothing for you to see in the College Cup semifinals Friday night. But if you like quality goalkeeping, there was plenty of that on display in the games played at Sporting Park in Kansas City.