The college soccer system has its critics, but it's still an important training ground for future U.S. pros, writes Doug McIntyre.
Driven on by forward Steve Zakuani, the Akron Zips continue to climb the rankings, writes Doug McIntyre.
Wake Forest is no longer perfect, but the Demon Deacons are undefeated and still the favorites, writes Doug McIntyre.
Northwestern is leading the Big Ten behind arguably the nation's best defense, writes Doug McIntyre.
Akron isn't a traditional powerhouse, but in recent years the Zips have been a force, writes Doug McIntyre.
The race for Big East supremacy heats up, with Notre Dame and West Virginia in the mix, writes Doug McIntyre in his college wrap.
With perfect records in men's college soccer falling by the wayside, Doug McIntyre says not to read too much into it at this time of year.
Can Duke send John Rennie off with a bang? Doug McIntyre takes a look in his 2007 men's college soccer preview.
Following a season that was full of surprises, Doug McIntyre breaks down the top 10 stories in college soccer in 2006.
With four of the top nine teams in the nation, the ACC is officially the natioin's top college soccer conference, writes Doug McIntyre.
It was a wacky week of results in the world of men's college soccer, particularly in the ACC, where Virginia Tech stunned Clemson, writes Doug McIntyre.
After a sluggish start to the season saw them slide out of the polls, Mike Freitag's Hoosiers have responded with a winning surge that has silenced the doubters, writes Doug McIntyre.
The Lobos sit on top of the polls but face competition from unfancied Akron, writes Doug McIntyre.
It's important not to read too much into early season results, but UCLA has looked good, writes Doug McIntyre.
With the college season done and dusted, Doug McIntyre looks back at the teams and players that made the headlines in 2008.
The NCAA Tournament is heating up as we reach the Sweet 16. Doug McIntyre previews the matchups.