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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Nov. 19, 2010
[MLS CUP] Underdogs in the first two playoff rounds against Real Salt Lake and Los Angeles, FC Dallas is getting some play as the favorite for Sunday's MLS Cup in Toronto. Yet the explosive Rapids frontline, forecasts of frosty conditions, and a pair of ties during the regular season balance ... Read the whole story
[WOMEN'S WORLD CUP QUALIFYING] U.S. women's national team captain Christie Rampone admits it's "a pretty weird feeling" for the USA to be thrown into a playoff series to qualify for the Women's World Cup, but her coach, Pia Sundhage, isn't worried. She's predicting victory when Italy hosts the USA on ... Read the whole story
[WOMEN'S WORLD CUP QUALIFYING] One Californian, Veronica Perez, scored the goal for Mexico that cost the USA at automatic berth into the 2011 Women's World Cup. Another Californian, goalkeeper Anna Picarelli, stands in the way of the USA and a trip to Germany next year. The action begins Saturday in ... Read the whole story
[HISTORY] The U.S. women's national team's trip to Italy for the playoffs series that will determine the final berth in the 2011 Women's World Cup brings back memories of the women's national team's launch that began a quarter century ago with an invitation to travel to Italy. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] U.S. internationals Jose Francisco Torres (Pachuca) and Edgar Castillo (San Luis) started for their teams in home ties in the first leg of Mexico's Torneo Apertura quarterfinals. Read the whole story
No. 7 South Carolina was the only higher seeded team to lose in the third round of the NCAA Men's Tournament. Michigan, a 3-1 winner over the Gamecocks, joined No. 1 seed Louisville, the lone unbeaten left in the tournament, Maryland, Akron, North Carolina, SMU, California and UCLA in next ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"My plan is to rest over the next few weeks and get in a mental place where I can make a proper decision. If you ask me today, I would say 'no' because my body is exhausted. If you ask me in two months, I would probably say 'yeah' because I'm excited again."-- The Los Angeles Galaxy's Landon Donovan on playing overseas in the MLS offseason as he did with Everton from January to mid-March before this year's MLS season. (AFP) ...More

NCAA Division I Women's Tournament Scoreboard

Top-ranked Stanford, Florida State and Boston College are the only teams among the top eight regional seeds still alive in the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. For all the third-round action ... ...More


Small College Tournament Scoreboard

The fields are set for the NCAA Division II and III final fours (men's and women's) in Louisville, Ky., and San Antonio, Texas, respectively, on Dec. 2-4. The NAIA men's and women's finals (both 16-team fields) begin next week in Alabama. For all the small-college weekend action ... ...More



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