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What They're Saying: Whitworth athletic director Tim Demant  
''As a Christ-centered university that believes in the value of all individuals, we are seeking to use this situation as ...
Soccer on TV 
Thursday's action includes a couple of derbys: Marquette-Milwaukee on the men's side and Rutgers-Princeton in women's play.
Thorarinsson celebrates 20 seasons at Gonzaga 
Every city seems to have one: a coaching institution, someone who has been coaching forever at all levels. Einar Thorarinsson ...
Brown's Pincince plans to retire after 39 years 
Phil Pincince, the NCAA's longest-standing women's soccer coach, has announced that he will retire as Brown's head coach at the ...
Men's Week 2: Five games to follow this weekend 
A bicoastal matchup of national powerhouses, Maryland-UCLA, and one of the great in-state rivalry matches, Clemson-South Carolina in the Palmetto ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Klinsmann: Guzan remains No. 1, USA needs Beas
by Paul Kennedy on Thursday, Sep 3, 2015 12:23 AM EDT
Photo Of the myriad questions surrounding the U.S. men's national team ahead of the Oct. 10 match against Mexico, Jurgen Klinsmann answered two of them on Wednesday. Brad Guzan will be the No. 1 keeper through the Confederations Cup playoff game, and he expects his starting outside backs to be Fabian Johnson and DaMarcus Beasley -- both of whom are currently sidelined with calf injuries.  
Post-Klopp Dortmund poised to challenge Bayern Munich  
After Borussia Dortmund hired a highly regarded young coach to replace the beloved Juergen Klopp, kept all of its stars ...
Video Pick: Gareth Bale hits brilliant behind-the-goal goal  
Wales is on the brink of qualifying for its first major tournament in since 1958. Gareth Bale, getting ready for ...
International callups will have heavy toll on MLS games 
The good news is that MLS is attracting more players getting callups to their national teams. The bad news: MLS ...
Lou City's Fondy breaks USL season scoring record 
Matt Fondy entered Louisville City's match against Harrisburg on Wednesday night with 18 goals, two behind OKC Energy FC's Danni ...
U.S. U-23s head north to Preston for key test 
The U.S. under-23 national team will play the first of two warmup games before Olympic qualifying when it faces England's ...
What They're Saying: Sean St. Ledger 
"Never ever in my wildest dreams did I think I would be on the same team as him because of ...
Video Pick: An open net own goal from close range 
It's the Swedish Damallsvenskan that brings us a sadly spectacular own goal. Had Hammarby's Helen Eke let the ball be, ...
Video Pick: Gameock Torda hits a golazo 
South Carolina senior Jeffrey Torda's winning goal in the Gamecocks' 4-2 victory over Georgia Southern made the No. 2 spot ...
U.S. U-23 hopeful Pelosi's change of scenery works out perfectly 
Once regarded as a top youth prospect, the career of midfielder Marc Pelosi stalled during an injury-plagued stint at Liverpool. ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla


Roster: U.S. U-15 girls convene in Carson
The U.S. U-15 girls national team gathers for its third camp of 2015. A 24-player squad will convene at the ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


U.S. U-23 hopeful Pelosi's change of scenery works out perfectly
Once regarded as a top youth prospect, the career of midfielder Marc Pelosi stalled during an injury-plagued stint at Liverpool. ...
College Soccer Reporter:
Paul Kennedy


Men's Week 2: Five games to follow this weekend
A bicoastal matchup of national powerhouses, Maryland-UCLA, and one of the great in-state rivalry matches, Clemson-South Carolina in the Palmetto ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


Coaching your own child: Do's and Don'ts
It's that time of year when men and women across the country embark on the wonderful adventure of youth soccer ...
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Trickery, incompetence and ignorance -- the tale of a Red Bulls corner kick
So the Red Bulls got away with one against Chicago last week -- their use of a ploy to catch the Chicago defenders off guard, led directly to Ronald Zubar's goal that tied the game at 2-2.

''As a Christ-centered university that believes in the value of all individuals, we are seeking to use this situation as an opportunity to educate, redeem and restore."

-- Whitworth athletic director Tim Demant on the suspension of five members of the Division III women's soccer team for one match by their coach after an Instagram post surfaced showing them dressed in blackface and afro wigs and appearing as members of music group The Jackson 5 at an informal event at a local bowling alley. While their “intentions were not malicious, the outcome of their actions was painful for many,” said head coach Jael Hagerott. (Spokesman-Review)


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