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Young Deacs learn as they go along 
No. 1 seed Wake Forest will face its toughest test on the road to the Men's College Cup when it ...
NAIA: Top seeds Rio Grande and Lindsey Wilson move on 
The top seeds Rio Grande and Lindsey Wilson won in second-round action at the NAIA men's and women's national championships, ...
NCAA DIII Women: Elsaesser leads dominant Messiah 
Five-time national champion Messiah is the favorite in the NCAA Division III Women's Tournament that moves into the semifinals on ...
NCAA DII Women: Grand Valley State is back again 
Grand Valley State is heading back to the NCAA Division II women's final four for the seventh year in a ...
NCAA DIII Men: New champion will be crowned 
A new NCAA Division III men's champion will be crowned as the four finalists -- unbeaten Calvin, Amherst, Loras and ...
Close call can't erase Red Bulls' sense of accomplishment
by Ridge Mahoney on Tuesday, Dec 1, 2015 2:17 AM EST
Photo A year that started in controversy and uproar ended with another playoff setback, but during 2015 Red Bull management and head coach Jesse Marsch convinced a skeptical fan base that the new direction is the right one.  
Michigan State's Kovan named Rhodes Scholar 
Michigan State captain Sarah Kovan has been named one of the 32 Rhodes Scholars for 2016. The midfielder played in ...
Women's College Cup-bound duo on MAC Hermann list 
Irish freshman Megan Connolly (Florida State) and Costa Rican international Raquel Rodriguez (Penn State) are the only Women's College Cup-bound ...
Morris heads MAC Men's Hermann Trophy list 
U.S. international Jordan Morris and teammate Brandon Vincent give Stanford two players on the 2015 MAC Men's Hermann Trophy semifinal ...
Schedule: NCAA Division I Men's Tournament 
The quarterfinals in the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament are set: Akron-Creighton, Wake Forest-Stanford and Syracuse-Boston College on Saturday and ...
Crowd Count: Wake Forest adds to attendance mark 
No. 1 seed Wake Forest added to its school record attendance record as the crowd of 3,149 fans for Sunday's ...
USA sends young squad to qualifiers for U-20 Women's World Cup 
The 20-player squad named by Coach Michelle French for the U-20 Women's World Cup Concacaf qualifying tournament Dec. 3-13 in ...
Russia institutes Turkish soccer ban 
Sports minister Vitaly Mutko said Russian teams will be banned from signing Turkish players during the next transfer window as ...
Chinese invest $400 million in City Football Group 
Chinese investors are paying $400 million for a 13 percent share in City Football Group, the group that owns Manchester ...
Venezuela national team players threaten to quit 
Fifteen Venezuela national team players say they won't take part in 2018 World Cup qualifiers unless the coaching staff head ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla

USA to face Brazil, England and the Dutch at Nike Friendlies
The 12th edition of the Nike International Friendlies, the annual year-end tournament for the age group that will ultimately aim ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney

Breaking down Sunday's Red Bulls-Crew MLS playoff game
Nine times this season the Red Bulls have won a regular-season game that will be good enough to win the ...
College Soccer Reporter

NCAA DII Men: Reasso leads Pfeiffer into final four
Unbeaten and untied Pfeiffer will look to win its first NCAA Division II men's national championship when it travels to ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla

USA sends young squad to qualifiers for U-20 Women's World Cup
The 20-player squad named by Coach Michelle French for the U-20 Women's World Cup Concacaf qualifying tournament Dec. 3-13 in ...
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The Red Bulls and System Soccer
You have to wonder -- is Dax McCarty looking to leave the Red Bulls? His postgame comments after the Bulls lost their playoff series to Columbus certainly invite that thought. He told the New York Post: "We just didn't play well the entire series. We were outplayed, out-hustled and out-coached."

"Five years ago, [MLS] paid to [be on television]. In 2010, it was paid $68 million, a small sum but better than paying. In 2015, between national and international [rights], they surpassed $1 billion. In 2022, we're talking about $6 billion-$7 million. At this time, we can buy any player in the world. MLS can buy anyone. What brings quality is money."

-- Orlando City's Brazilian owner, Flavio Augusto da Silva, on MLS's increasing clout on the world market. (UOL in Portuguese)