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From A (Adu) to Z (Zack Steffen) and matches and moments in between, my Best XI, Next XI, Rest XI from local soccer circles in 2014.

With semifinal victories, two of the most storied programs in NCAA soccer will collide Sunday at WakeMed Soccer Park.

With upsets at Notre Dame and Georgtown, UVA finds itself in the national semifinals for the second consecutive season.

The 16th-seeded Cavaliers will play UMBC in Friday's semifinals at Wake Med Soccer Park in Cary, N.C.

The Cavaliers (23-2-0) will play for the national championship Sunday at FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Fla.

The Hoyas men entertain Syracuse on Sunday, the Virginia men and women are on the road, and the UMBC seek another upset.

The Virginia women, Maryland men, Georgetown men, Navy men and Catholic women have caught our soccer-watching eye.

Maryland upset previously upbeaten Penn State, while Georgetown extended its shutout streak and the Virginia women scored six times again.

Makenzy Doniak had 2 goals and an assist and Danielle Colaprico added a goal and 2 assists as the 4th-ranked Cavs compensated for the absence of Morgan Brian.

Derby day on NBC. Soumare suspended. Americans abroad. U.S. national team ticket sales. CONCACAF Champions League. Virginia Tech upset. UVA wins.

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