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Ubogagu lifts Stanford past North Carolina for first time in program history

Ubogagu lifts Stanford past North Carolina for first time in program history

Steve Bruno August 23, 2014 5

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – “Let’s make this a night to remember,” Stanford coach Paul Ratcliffe told his players as they broke their huddle before the start of extra time against the fourth-ranked Tar Heels.

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New Mexico coach suspended week without pay after hazing incident

New Mexico coach suspended week without pay after hazing incident

Associated Press August 22, 2014 1

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico women’s soccer coach Kit Vela has been suspended for a week without pay and most of the team is suspended for one game over a hazing incident. Athletic director

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Grainey: Coaches must take some responsibility for New Mexico hazing

Grainey: Coaches must take some responsibility for New Mexico hazing

Tim Grainey August 22, 2014 4

On Sunday evening, after returning from a 3-0 exhibition game loss to the University of Arizona in Tucson, the University of New Mexico women’s soccer team held an alcohol-fueled initiation event and allegedly had

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New Mexico AD says no question about hazing

New Mexico AD says no question about hazing

Associated Press August 21, 2014 1

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — University of New Mexico Athletic Director Paul Krebs said Wednesday that there’s no question there was hazing by the women’s soccer team and that alcohol played a role. Two team members

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Report: U. of New Mexico players forced to strip, drink, have urine sprayed in hazing incident

Report: U. of New Mexico players forced to strip, drink, have urine sprayed in hazing incident

Jeff Kassouf August 19, 2014 7

Women’s soccer players at the University of New Mexico were reportedly subjected to hazing that included being told to strip naked, consume large amounts of alcohol and being sprayed with urine, according to a

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WATCH: Awesome 40-yard goal in Arkansas

WATCH: Awesome 40-yard goal in Arkansas

The Equalizer Staff August 15, 2014 5

Arkansas senior midfielder Tyler Allen scored an incredible 40-yard goal on Thursday in a 2-1 exhibition win over Creighton to mark the launch of the SEC network. The game-winning goal went in directly off

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Morgan Brian returns home to Georgia Dome

Morgan Brian returns home to Georgia Dome

Steve Bruno February 12, 2014 79

ATLANTA, Ga.—On Thursday, the U.S. women’s national team will return to Georgia for the first time in over three years. It’s been almost as long since Morgan Brian, arguably the state’s greatest high school

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Menchel looking to make jump to Spirit

Menchel looking to make jump to Spirit

Jennifer Gordon February 10, 2014 8

About a month from now, Washington Spirit draftee Molly Menchel will enter a professional training camp for the first time. Even though she’s a rookie, the recent Virginia graduate will be in somewhat familiar

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Grainey: Will Rosie White be first Kiwi in NWSL?

Grainey: Will Rosie White be first Kiwi in NWSL?

Tim Grainey February 5, 2014 13

Rosie White is a veteran New Zealand international, having played in the 2011 Women’s World Cup, the 2012 Olympic Games, two U-20 World Cups (Chile in 2008 and Germany in 2010) as well as

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Draft grades: KC strikes gold, others underwhelm

Draft grades: KC strikes gold, others underwhelm

Steve Bruno and Jen Gordon January 22, 2014 64

Friday’s NWSL College Draft featured one of the most talented classes of college players ever to vie for the pro ranks. Of the 36 spots, a quarter of those were filled by players from

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