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WATCH: Stanford’s Turner scores from crazy angle

WATCH: Stanford’s Turner scores from crazy angle

The Equalizer Staff September 27, 2014 5

Whether she meant it or not, Stanford sophomore forward/midfielder Megan Turner scored from a ridiculous angle on Friday in Stanford’s 1-1 tie with Utah to open Pac-12 Conference play. Have a look: The news

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Virginia’s versatile Colaprico ready for next level

Virginia’s versatile Colaprico ready for next level

Jennifer Gordon September 26, 2014 14

Last season the University of Virginia Cavaliers were an absolute offensive juggernaut. The team led the nation in goals per game with 3.0 and its top four scorers combined for a total of 53

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Arizona natives finding international exposure close to home at ASU

Arizona natives finding international exposure close to home at ASU

Tim Grainey September 15, 2014 6

The state of Arizona has traditionally lost its top high school prospects to other states’ universities. That list is long, including professionals who have spent time with the U.S. or Mexican national teams at

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Swanson still fine-tuning new-look Virginia

Swanson still fine-tuning new-look Virginia

Steve Bruno September 12, 2014 10

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Turnover is an inevitable part of sports. For Virginia’s Steve Swanson, sweeping changes from last year’s spectacular squad have given the 14-year Cavalier coach a hatful of roster vacancies as he

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Lawsuit claims hazing led to traumatic brain injury for ex-Clemson women’s soccer player

Lawsuit claims hazing led to traumatic brain injury for ex-Clemson women’s soccer player

Jeff Kassouf September 9, 2014 25

A former Clemson University women’s soccer player is suing the team’s coach, school officials and 14 former teammates for alleged hazing that caused “significant and severe physical, psychological and emotional injuries including a traumatic

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Dike brings international experience to Oklahoma St.

Dike brings international experience to Oklahoma St.

Tim Grainey September 9, 2014 6

Courtney Dike was a revelation for Nigeria’s U-20 Women’s World Cup team that performed so well in Canada last month, leaving with a silver medal after a 1-0 defeat in extra time to Germany.

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Syracuse suspends player for homophobic, racial slur

Syracuse suspends player for homophobic, racial slur

Associated Press September 8, 2014 32

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Syracuse has suspended a women’s soccer player for using a homophobic and racial slur. Hanna Strong, a senior from Monson, Massachusetts, was suspended indefinitely after she was identified as the person

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German U-20 star Petermann leaves UCF to turn pro

German U-20 star Petermann leaves UCF to turn pro

The Equalizer Staff September 3, 2014 23

German forward Lena Petermann, who scored the game-winning extra-time goal in the U-20 Women’s World Cup final last month, has left the University of Central Florida to turn professional. Petermann will join SC Freiburg

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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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