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  1. Defending champ UNC adds nine signees

    Sheldon Shealer

    North Carolina, which won the 2011 College Cup, has restocked the team with a nine-player signing class that includes several players ranked among the ESPNHS 150. The Tar Heels class is comprised of Joseph Amon, Cole Brooks, Jonathan Campbell, Andy C...

    Blog | February 08, 2012
  2. Soccer recruits break down the final four

    Sheldon Shealer

    High school seniors Jonathan Campbell, Myles Englis, Brandon Kardos and Javanon Torre will watch the NCAA Men's Soccer College Cup with a little more interest this weekend. After all, they have verbally committed to the schools remaining in the natio...

    Blog | December 09, 2011
  3. POY Alumni: Women's College Cup

    Eric Snyder

    For the sixth straight year, a Gatorade Girls Soccer National Player of the Year will be a national champion. Mollie Pathman, the 2010 National Player of the Year, scored two goals for Duke on Saturday as the Blue Devils routed ACC rival Wake Forest,...

    Blog | December 03, 2011
  4. POY Alumni: Women's Soccer Final Four

    Eric Snyder

    When the Women's Soccer College Cup gets underway Friday in Kennesaw, Ga., it's going to be hard to watch one second of action without seeing a former Gatorade Player of the Year on the field. Stanford, Duke, Florida State and Wake Forest boast 17 Ga...

    Blog | December 02, 2011
  5. Ajee Wilson cranks out another fast one

    A week after measuring herself against college/open runners over 1000 meters, Neptune (Neptune, N.J.) senior Ajee Wilson returned to The Armory and dropped down to 600 meters in The Gotham Cup. Again racing athletes a level or more above herself, sh...

    Blog | January 16, 2012
  6. DiMartino: Soccer's a family affair

    Natalia de Cuba Romero

    Boston College-bound Vicki DiMartino, the third of four sisters playing elite-level soccer, has earned praise for her play on the U-17 national team, including the Silver Boot for scoring in five consecutive women's World Cup matches.

    Story | Conversation | January 07, 2009