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  1. Women's final four is S.D.-bound

    Scott French

    Next year's Women's College Cup, the NCAA's women's soccer final four, is coming to Southern California. The 2012 championship will be played Nov. 30 and Dec. 2 at Torero Stadium on the University of San Diego campus. It'll be the first time the e...

    Blog | October 19, 2011
  2. COLLEGE: Snow era starts at UCLA

    Scott French

    B.J. Snow knows well the expectations that exist for UCLA's women's soccer program. Seven straight trips to the NCAA College Cup final four and eight in 10 years created a standard that must be met. No trophies leaves a void that must be filled. S...

    Blog | August 19, 2011
  3. UCLA's Jill Ellis resigns for USSF position

    Scott French

    Jill Ellis, who guided UCLA's women's team to seven successive NCAA College Cup final four appearances and eight in 10 years, has resigned to become development director of U.S. Soccer's women's youth national teams program, the school announced. ...

    Blog | January 06, 2011
  4. COLLEGE: Final four for Christen Press

    Scott French

    Christen Press set one record and equaled another as Stanford University's women's soccer team advanced to its second successive NCAA College Cup final four. Press (Palos Verdes Estates/Chadwick School) scored her 26th goal of the season and 7...

    Blog | November 27, 2010
  5. COLLEGE: Stanford finishes off UCLA

    Scott French

    UCLA's string of College Cup final four appearances has ended at seven. The Bruins were booted from the NCAA Division I women's soccer tournament Friday night by No. 1 Stanford, which is just one victory from a repeat trip to the College Cup. Christ...

    Blog | November 19, 2010
  6. COLLEGE: Sydney Leroux scores four as UCLA romps

    Scott French

    Sydney Leroux, a known quantity since she played for Canada in the FIFA U-19 Women's World Cup as a 14-year-old six years ago, might be the biggest name in SoCal college soccer, male or female. She won the Golden Ball (as MVP) and Golden Boot (as to...

    Blog | August 23, 2010
  7. WPS WEEK 11: Bruins, Trojan team to lift Philly

    Scott French

    The USC-UCLA rivalry extends to soccer, of course -- only the women's game; USC doesn't have a men's team -- and if the Bruins can point to annual trips to the NCAA College Cup final four (seven in a row now), the Trojans (or Women of Troy, as they p...

    Blog | June 20, 2010