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Conference Affiliation Not As Important In Parity Era - By Maria Burns Ortiz

 

November 5, 2012 - The conference postseason is upon us.

 

By the end of this weekend, every men’s Division I soccer league will have crowned its champion, deciding who gets a ticket automatically punched for the NCAA tournament and who has to wait -- sometimes with fingers crossed -- for an at-large bid. 

 

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Florida Gulf Coast University- A Program Making The Right Steps - Seth Soffian

October 19, 2012 - Before he was even hired as the founding coach at Florida Gulf Coast University in sunny Southwest Florida for the 2007 season, Bob Butehorn knew the lack of men’s programs at multi-sports state powerhouses Florida, Florida State and Miami left a recruiting void that he could exploit.

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UC Riverside Is Changing The Landscape by Barry Punzal

September 26, 2012 - There’s something shaking in the Inland Empire of Southern California and it’s not just the earth. 

The men’s soccer program at UC Riverside is shifting the landscape in the West Region and nationally. The Highlanders are ranked 24th in the College Soccer News Top 30 and National Soccer Coaches Association of America polls. And, until last weekend, they were one of five Division 1 undefeated and untied teams in the country.

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