For those who want to keep up to date with the Division I teams' schedules as they are released, there are two websites that are about as up to date as they can be. Both, by the way, are purely volunteer efforts. Both will include game results once the season begins. The NC-Soccer system has a new look and, in addition to providing a Division I women's composite schedule as well as individual team schedules, provides RPI and other information relevant to the decision process for at large selections and seeds for the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. Here is a link to its composite schedule page: https://www.nc-soccer.com/wsoccer/2012/composite. To go to other pages within the system, click on Information in the menu at the top of the page and use the drop down Information menu. This is my favorite schedule and game results website, due to my interest in the RPI and the NCAA Tournament decision-making process. The SIS Soccer Scoreboard system also has an updated look and does a great job. It covers men and women and the various levels of college soccer, so it will appeal to those who have an interest broader than Division I women's soccer. Also, it has game times and, for neutral site games, the site. Here is a link to its SIS-Soccer for a Cure Scoreboard entry page: http://www.soccerinfo.com/cgi-bin/collegehomepage.pl?type=c&state=&ranka=1&season=12&sport=s&new=001. Thanks to the creators and volunteers who maintain these two websites. Also, towards the end of the summer the NCAA will have its own 2012 official schedule and match results pages within its Game by Game Stats system. This system is useful because it includes team rosters and individual game box scores. Here is a link to the system, which currently extends only through the 2011 season: http://stats.ncaa.org/team/inst_team_list?academic_year=2012&conf_id=-1&division=1&sport_code=WSO. It's worth noting that the NCAA's system depends on the schools to correctly enter their schedules and game results into the NCAA's on-line system. The schools sometimes make mistakes. The NCAA staff that maintains the RPI tries to discover and correct mistakes the schools have made, but these corrections are to a separate RPI data base and not to the data base for the Game by Game Stats system. I believe that in most cases the Game by Game Stats system eventually gets corrected, but this may not occur until the post-season period. Also, NC-Soccer gets game results entered very rapidly -- often immediately after game completion -- and I believe SIS gets game results entered quickly too, whereas the NCAA system may take a couple of days to show game results.