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UNC tops Stanford for women's College Cup

December, 6 2009

Anson Dorrance has been coaching the same system at North Carolina for 31 years, and he's certainly not going to change anything now.

Stanford, North Carolina advance at College Cup

December, 4 2009

North Carolina is the only women's soccer team to finish an unblemished season with a national championship.

UCLA promotes Snow to assistant head coach

February, 20 2009

UCLA announced that assistant women's soccer coach B.J. Snow has been elevated to the position of assistant head coach.

Tracy, Hanks named as Hermann Trophy winners

January, 9 2009

Senior forwards Marcus Tracy of Wake Forest University and Kerri Hanks of the University of Notre Dame are the winners of the 2008 Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy

Nogueira leads UNC to women's College Cup title

December, 7 2008

Casey Nogueira scored two second-half goals, including the winner with 2:06 remaining, and North Carolina defeated Notre Dame 2-1 on Sunday in the championship game of the NCAA Women?s College Cup.

Irish, Tar Heels advance in College Cup

December, 5 2008

Courtney Barg scored in the 15th minute and Notre Dame beat Stanford 1-0 Friday to reach the championship of the NCAA Women's College Cup.

UCLA 6-1 Duke: Bruins rampant

November, 29 2008

The top-seeded UCLA women's soccer team cruised to a 6-1 victory over third-seeded Duke before 1,797 fans at Drake Stadium in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals.

UCLA 1-0 USC: Larsen leads the way

November, 22 2008

Kristina Larsen's goal in the 13th minute helped the top-seeded UCLA women's soccer team to a 1-0 victory over fourth-seeded USC in the NCAA Round of 16 at Drake Stadium.

Georgia 3-0 Florida: Bulldogs' historic win

November, 7 2008

Georgia advanced to its second consecutive SEC Tournament championship game after defeating the No.7 Florida Gators 3-0.

Auburn 4-0 Alabama: Auburn wins Iron Bowl

October, 31 2008

Auburn claimed a share of its sixth Southeastern Conference West Division Crown with a 4-0 win over rival Alabama at the Auburn Soccer Complex. Auburn won its fourth straight match to end the regular season 11-7-2, 7-3-1 SEC. The win also gave Auburn the Iron Bowl of Soccer Trophy for the third straight season.

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