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Record crowd sees USF soccer victory
By TIMES WIRES
Published October 13, 2006
TAMPA - Two goals by sophomore Jordan Seabrook guided the USF men's soccer team to a 3-1 win over Stetson in front of a home-record crowd of 2,106 Thursday.
Seabrook scored in the 22nd minute. Stetson tied it in the 28th minute and Seabrook scored his second goal a minute later.
Kevon Neaves later scored on an indirect free kick for USF (7-4-3.)
WOMEN'S SOCCER: Former UF player Danielle Fotopoulos, the NCAA all-time goals and points leader, is a member of the Division I 25th Anniversary Team, the NCAA announced. The others: Lisa Gmitter, George Mason; Mia Hamm, North Carolina; April Heinrichs, UNC; Kristine Lilly, UNC; Cat Reddick, UNC; Jen Renola, Notre Dame; Christine Sinclair, Portland; Tisha Venturini, UNC; Aly Wagner, Santa Clara and Carla Werden, UNC. The coach is Anson Dorrance of UNC. ... Host Eckerd (4-9-1, 1-4 SSC), down a player for the final 17 minutes after a red card was issued for rough play, defeated Lynn 1-0.
VOLLEYBALL: St. Petersburg College lost to Pasco Hernando Community College 30-23, 30-26, 30-25. ... Host Saint Leo (17-6) defeated Puerto Rico Rio-Piedras 27-30, 30-23, 27-30, 30-27, 15-10. The Lions rallied from a 13-6 deficit in Game 4.
KANSAS PROBATION: Citing academic fraud by a former graduate assistant football coach and a poor compliance record, the NCAA extended Kansas' self-imposed probation through October 2009. Kansas had placed itself on two years' probation. The committee cut three football scholarships and one in men's basketball.