Soccerology Diary

November 17, 2005

NCAA Tournament Central

The year is almost over. Can you believe how fast it has gone by? Time flies when you're having so much fun. 2005 is nearing an end. Although some of you may think that this is the time to slack off and get ready for the holidays, you are so wrong. The real season begins this Friday night at 7:30pm on Wescott Field against University of San Francisco.

Every team that has qualified has a chance of winning the prestigious NCAA championship for their school, and every team is starting off with a clean slate. It is now that the great teams come out to play and show that they deserve it. Fortunately, we have home field advantage in the first round of the tournament, and the importance of such a venue is home crowd support.

We need all the support and school spirit we can get at the game. If you haven't gone to any soccer game so far, this is the one you must come out to. Come and join us in our quest for the cup. Help us bring the cup home.

See you on Friday!
David Chun

Soccerology Diary
Lecture 1 :: Aug. 26, 2005 (Alyssa Pembroke)
Lecture 2 :: Sept. 6, 2005 (David Chun)
Lecture 3 :: Sept. 13, 2005 (Alyssa Pembroke)
Lecture 4 :: Oct. 4, 2005 (Alyssa Pembroke)
Lecture 5 :: Oct. 11, 2005 (David Chun)
Lecture 6 :: Oct. 24, 2005 (Alyssa Pembroke)
Lecture 7 :: Oct. 25, 2005 (David Chun)
Lecture 8 :: Nov. 15, 2005 (Alyssa Pembroke)
Lecture 9 :: Nov. 17, 2005 (David Chun)
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