College Soccer

The NCAA Is Moving Three College Soccer Events Out Of North Carolina

The NCAA has moved three college soccer events out of North Carolina because of a discriminatory law legislating who can and cannot go into certain bathrooms.

These are the events the NCAA moved from North Carolina:

2016 Division I Women’s Soccer Championship, College Cup (Cary), Dec. 2 and 4.   

2016 Division III Men’s and Women’s Soccer Championships (Greensboro), Dec. 2 and 3.

UMass Lowell Is Having Harambe Night Because Reasons

The University of Massachusetts at Lowell is on my s*** list for a promotion they're running for their game against Brown this evening. 

Harambe night. Please kill me.

UCLA Score Three Goals In 32 Seconds To Shock Nation’s No. 1 Ranked Team

UCLA sent a message to the nation on Monday. The message was a terrifying one, something like opening up your mailbox and finding a ransom note covered in spiders. Don’t mess with the Bruins.

They destroyed the nation’s top ranked NCAA team, the Akron Zips, 6-1 at Drake Stadium in Los Angeles. With UCLA enjoying a 2-0 in the game’s 52nd minute, it was now or never with regards to Akron mounting a comeback.

4.49 Seconds After Kick-Off, She Hammered In This Goal From 57 Yards Out

For the preseason opponents of the University of Missouri-St. Louis Tritons, this isn’t what you’d refer to as a dream start. 4.49 seconds into the match, they find themselves down 1-0 to UMSL thanks to this wonder goal from Triton midfielder/forward Kayla Delgado.

The opposition goalkeeper stands atop her 18-yard box as the referee blows for kick-off, presumably extremely excited to get under way in the brilliant Missouri sunshine.

UCLA's Amber Munerlyn Scored A Goal Zlatan Would Be Envious Of

You never really know where or when you're going to stumble upon a moment of magic. Viewers of UCLA vs. San Diego State Friday were treated to such a moment by UCLA senior forward/defender (really, we are not making that position up) Amber Munerlyn.

The chip is cool, but the first touch is a thing of beauty.

Liverpool's Coaches' Goal Against Stanford's Coaches Was An Officiating Travesty

Liverpool spent the last few days training in Palo Alto, California, as part of their USA tour, and during that time Liverpool's training staff found time to take on that of Stanford University in a friendly.

What happened next will shock and outrage you.

This University Has Put More Players On The Men’s And Women’s National Teams Than Any Other

Collegiate soccer programs began to truly emerge sometime in the 1980s. For women, the passage of Title IX opened up opportunities for female athletes that were only available to men playing football (the oblong type) and basketball. Men’s soccer programs have been around significantly longer (the first NCAA championship was played in 1959), but consistently take a backseat to padded football and madness of basketball.

Women's College Soccer Conference Tournament Preview

The women’s college soccer season is coming to a close this week and teams around the country will be vying for a spot in the College Cup or a Conference title. The country’s strongest conference, the PAC 12, does not have a conference tournament as the 12 teams will play their final regular season game at the end of the week against their rivals. Elsewhere, most conferences will put on conference tournaments, giving teams a chance to either improve their seeding heading into the College Cup or qualify for the 64 team field. Here are the conferences to keep an eye on this weekend: