COLLEGE (NCAA) SOCCER
There is a wide variety of sports organised by the NCAA for the colleges of USA. Soccer is one of these sports, but has been criticised at college level as having too short seasons and holding back players. The MLS have been trying to entice youngsters to skip college soccer altogether with schemes such as Project-40. This part of the site will profile the history and 2000 season for college soccer.
HISTORY OF COLLEGE SOCCER
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
The MAC Hermann Trophy was the combined Hermann and MAC Awards and was created in 2002. Past winner of the separated awards before this are listed below.
All America Teams 2003
All America Teams 2002
NCAA Tournament Results 2001
All America Teams 2001
The top 32 teams from the regular season qualify for the NCAA Tournament. All the colleges are split into conferences.
The NCAA tournament decides who will become the champion college of the season. The semi-final and final named the Final Four are played at a neutral venue.
The Best Players in 2000
The best players included Chris Gbandi of UConn and Ali Curtis of Duke. The two main awards were split between these two stars
These profiles are of the top players in the 2000 college season and are connected to from the various links above
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