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Annual Awards / College Soccer

PSP Amateur Player of the Year: Emily Sands

A clutch player on a dominant team. Penn’s Emily Sands is our Amateur Player of the Year.

College Soccer / Photo essays

In Pictures: Army 4-1 Navy

Check out Ryan Griffith’s photos of the 2018 Army-Navy Cup.

College Soccer / Commentary

College Cup Review: Cold, snow, and great soccer

The 2017 College Cup was a great weekend of soccer. The weather played a factor but it was nothing the Talen Energy Stadium crew couldn’t handle.

College Soccer / Local

Stanford Cardinal beat undefeated Indiana, win third straight championship

Photo by Rob Simmons Stanford Cardinal became the second team in NCAA history to win three consecutive College Cup championships Sunday afternoon, beating the only undefeated team in the nation in sudden death overtime. Defense defined this year’s final. This should come as no surprise. Indiana Hoosiers entered the match […]

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Indiana stays perfect with win over UNC to reach College Cup final

Indiana’s 1-0 over North Carolina sets up a dream matchup with Stanford in the College Cup final.

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Stanford roll over Akron 2-0 to reach the College Cup final

A goal in each half fired Stanford to a 2-0 victory over Akron, leaving the Cardinal just one win away from their third consecutive NCAA championship.

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16 players to watch in the 2017 College Cup

Nick Fishman ranks 16 players to watch as the best four teams in men’s college soccer come to Philly.

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NCAA College Cup semifinals preview: North Carolina vs. Indiana

PSP’s Ryan Rose breaks down the big NCAA College Cup semifinal match in Chester tonight.

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NCAA College Cup semifinals preview: Akron vs. Stanford

With the College Cup coming to Talen Energy Stadium this weekend, Nick Fishman previews the first of Friday’s semifinal doubleheader. Here’s everything you need to know about Stanford and Akron.

NCAA Division III

Division III men’s soccer: Messiah avenge foes, Franklin & Marshall off to fast start, and more

Phil Naegely rounds up the last two weeks of local Division III men’s soccer action.