The men's soccer NCAA tournament has seen some minor upsets, but for the most part the traditional powers have reached the Sweet Sixteen, writes Maria Burns Ortiz.
The California schools had a miserable NCAA tournament run a year ago. But this is 2009, and there are teams aplenty that have the makeup to win a national championship.
It's early in the season, but for small programs hoping to reach the NCAA tournament, it's already make-or-break time, writes Maria Burns Ortiz.
After it destroyed South Florida, another Wake Forest triumph in the College Cup looks inevitable, writes Maria Burns Ortiz.
The reward for South Florida's run into the Elite Eight? A matchup against odds-on favorite Wake Forest, writes Maria Burns Ortiz.
Last year's College Cup runner-up, Ohio State, needed to overcome internal strife to progress in the tourney, writes Maria Burns Ortiz.
On the eve of the NCAA Tournament, Maria Burns Ortiz takes a look at who's hot and which teams will surprise in the postseason.
Behind an airtight defense and newfound confidence, the Ohio State Buckeyes have become serious national title contenders, writes Maria Burns Ortiz.
While most of the attention will be focused on big-name programs, keep on eye on small-program sleepers like Loyola College and Daytona, writes Maria Burns Ortiz.
With the men's college season set to get under way, Maria Burns Ortiz looks at the story lines to follow.
The parity in men's college soccer is paramount. First round results in the NCAA tourney reflect that, writes Maria Burns Ortiz.