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College Soccer Weekend Preview

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The picture in the Pac-12 should become more clear after this weekend. The No.1 ranked California in SBI’s College Soccer Top 25 has a chance to stake its claim to the top spot on Friday before being able to watch No. 2 Washington and No. 9 UCLA play two more games this weekend. Both teams face a conference opponent Friday and then meet in Los Angeles on Sunday.

A top tilt in the Big East pits No. 5 Georgetown against No. 21 Marquette in a game between the conference’s top two teams. Another ranked matchup in the Big Ten sees No. 15 Northwestern travel to No. 14 Penn State.

Tenth-ranked Maryland will look to bounce back this weekend at Syracuse after the team’s first ACC loss of the season last week to No. 8 Wake Forest. The Demon Deacons visit Duke on Friday. Conference leaders and third-ranked Notre Dame will play host to Virginia on Saturday.

Here is a closer look at NCAA College Soccer this weekend:



3pm — Liberty vs. (6) Coastal Carolina

6:30pm — Boston College vs. Clemson

6:30pm — College of Charleston vs. (7) UAB

6:30pm — San Diego vs. (1) California

7pm —  (8) Wake Forest vs. Duke

7pm — La Salle vs. VCU

9pm — Oregon St. vs. (9) UCLA

10pm — (17) UC-Santa Barbara vs. Cal Poly

10pm — (2) Washington vs. San Diego St.


1pm —  Creighton vs. Seton Hall

2pm —  Virginia vs. (3) Notre Dame

7pm — (10) Maryland vs. Syracuse

7pm — North Carolina vs. Pittsburgh

7pm — New Mexico vs. South Carolina

7pm — Northern Illinois vs. (4) Akron

7pm — UMBC vs. Binghamton

7pm — St. John’s vs. Butler

7pm — Hofstra vs. (22) William & Mary

7pm — Elon vs. Davidson

7pm — Cincinatti vs. (13) UConn

8pm — (12) Louisville vs. Memphis

8:05pm — (5) Georgetown vs. (21) Marquette

10pm — UC-Irvine vs. (20) Cal State Northridge


1pm — (15) Northwestern vs. (14) Penn St.

1pm — VCU vs. St. Joseph’s

3pm — (18) Michigan St. vs. (19) Wisconsin

4pm — (2) Washington vs. (9) UCLA


    • I believe history has already been made in that game. A complete sellout (of an 11,000+ person football stadium) over 30 hours before kickoff. Even students can’t get into the game.


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