Tougher, unified USC looks to extend run in women's soccer tourney
Updated: December 1, 2007, 1:20 PM ETBy Graham Hays | ESPN.com
MORGANTOWN, W.V. -- It's only fitting that USC really did go the extra mile just to get to West Virginia for the program's first NCAA Tournament quarterfinal appearance.Even if it might have been the only time since he took over the program that first-year coach Ali Khosroshahin would have settled for the path of least resistance. Despite being the highest remaining seed remaining in their quadrant of the bracket, the No. 2 seed Women of Troy drew a road trip to Morgantown ...
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