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D1 Women Soccer Week 16 - Through 12/07

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Washington State Women’s Soccer Adds Swedish Standout

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Sofia Anker-Kofoed (Anchor-Koh-Foh-ed) signed a National Letter of Intent to play for the Washington State Women’s Soccer team beginning in the fall, Cougar Head Coach Steve Nugent announced Saturday. Anker-Kofoed brings a wealth of international experience to Pullman. She was a ...

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Virginia’s Soccer Teams Put Spring To Good Use

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In 2013, only one school reached the NCAA tournament’s Final Four in both men’s and women’s soccer: the University of Virginia. In 2014, the men’s College Cup will be in Cary, N.C., and the women’s in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. UVa ...

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Wake Forest Women’s Soccer Player Katie Stengel Signs with Bayern Munich

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Wake Forest’s all-time leading scorer and three-time All-American Katie Stengel has signed to play for legendary German soccer club Bayern Munich next season. Stengel, who scored 50 goals and added 25 assists in 75 games at Wake Forest, will begin ...

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BennettRank’s Secret Sauce: Strength of Schedule Matters

Indiana Men's Soccer

One conference to rule them all. At least that’s what the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) must feel like as six of their women’s teams advance into the Elite 8 to wrap up the season – with a bow on top, ...

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Why Some Teams Move Up or Down Faster Than Others

Stanford Soccer

We have received a few questions about this week’s rankings, specifically related to Stanford. This week, Stanford women lost three games in a row at home for the first time in their history. Their rank certainly should have suffered, right? ...

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