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Pancyprian Freedom captures top men's crown
July 18th, 2011 5:52PM

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[USASA] New York Pancyprian Freedom, winner of three U.S. Open Cup titles (1979-80, 1982), captured the 2011 USASA Open Cup title with a shootout win over Doxa Italia in Sunday's final at Lovers Lane Park in Bowling Green, Ky. For all the USASA men's and women's final four results ...

U.S. National Men's Open Cup
Semifinals
NY Pancyprian Freedom (ENY) 6 AAC Eagles (IL) 0
Doxa Italia (CAS) 3 ASC New Stars (TXS) 2 (OT)
Final
NY Pancyprian Freedom (ENY) 2 Doxa Italia (CAS) 2
(NY Pancyprian Freedom wins 5-4 on penalties.)

U.S. National Men's Amateur Cup
Semifinals
RWB Adria (IL) 3 Mass Premier Soccer (MA) 1
PSA Elite (CAS) 2 Legends FC (NTX) 0
Final
RWB Adria (IL) 3 PSA Elite (CAS) 2

U.S. National Men's Under-23 Cup
Semifinals
Scott Gallagher (MO) 2 FC New York United (ENY) 0
Carolina Railhawks (NC) 6 Lazio (UT) 2
Final
Carolina Railhawks (NC) 4 Scott Gallagher (MO) 0

U.S. National Men's Over-30 Cup
Semifinals
United SC (DC/VA) 2 Corona FC (KS) 1
San Diego Surf (CAS) 4 Royal Eagles Kickers (FL) 2 (OT)
Final
San Diego Surf (CAS) 3 United SC (DC/VA) 0

U.S. National Women's Cup
Semifinals
St. Louis JB Marine (MO) 2 ASA Chesapeake Charge (MD) 0
Sparta United WSC (UT) 3 Triad United Aces (NC) 0
Final
St. Louis JB Marine (MO) 2 Sparta United WSC (UT) 1 (OT)

U.S. National Women's Under-23 Cup
Semifinals
KC Dynamos (KS) 7 Southampton Crunch (EPA) 0
Eagles SC (CAS) 5 D'Feeters (NTX) 0
Final
Eagles SC (CAS) 2 KC Dynamos (KS) 2
(Eagles win 3-2 on penalties.)



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  1. Robert Kiernan
    commented on: July 19, 2011 at 1:39 p.m.
    I remember watching many a Freedoms match back in the day against both local sides like the Brooklyn Italians (Dodgers) or against CONCACAF sides... it's nice to see them still playing well... but it would be nicer still if there was some connection with the professional leagues to develop players instead of seeing only Collegiate types getting involved with MLS... and then after say two seasons being replaced by a new crop of over aged rookies with little chance to sticking... this is and has been a problem for years with "Ethnic" teams barely getting even lip service from the pros... it just seems such a damned waste. (ICE)


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