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Late heroics save U.S. U-23s against Norway

U.S. 4, Norway 4; U.S. 2, Norway 1

Scott Vermillion's 83rd-minute goal offset a hat trick by Norway's Steffan Iversen and earned the U.S. under-23 national team a 4-4 tie with Norway's U-23 team Feb. 2 in Tampa, Fla.

The U.S. erased a 4-2 deficit in what was Bruce Arena's international coaching debut played at Pepin-Rood Stadium on ...
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Olympics: Arena adds three players, drops three

U.S. Olympic men's team coach Bruce Arena added three players to his under-23 team that is preparing for this summer's Olympic soccer tournament: South Carolina defender Tony Soto, Wisconsin midfielder Mike Gentile and former Virginia striker Nate Friends.

At the same time, Arena released three players who have been in camp:
midfielders Brian Kelly and Billy Baumhoff and striker ...
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Olympics: U.S. men lose friendly

Jan. 29 in Bradenton, Fla.

U.S. U-23s 2, Hannover (Germany) 3. Goals: Wood 81, 85; Borodiuk 53, Livke 65, Kovacer 70.

U.S. U-23s --Cassar, Pollard, Peay, Vermillion, DuHaney (Kelly, 46), Fisher (Vargas, 46), Walsh (McKeon, 46), Hejduk, Silvera, Joseph, Wood.

Hannover --Eisenmenger, Schneider, Kluil, Prinlein, Livke, Vermesovic, Babatl (Dittel, 46), Dehne, Benthin (Kovacer, 46), Borodiuk, ...
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1995-96 UEFA Cup Results

First Round, First Leg

Sept. 12 in Bratislava

Slovan Bratislava (Slovakia) 2 Kaiserslautern (Germany) 1 Goals: Tittel (28), Sobona (64); Hollerbach (64). Att.: 20,000.

Sept. 12 in Odessa

Chornomorets Odessa (Ukraine) 1 Widzew Lodz (Poland) 0. Goal: Kozakevich (87). Att.: 15,000.

Sept 12 in Freiburg

Freiburg (Germany) 1 Slavia Prague (Czech Rep.) 2. Goals: ...
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Olympics: Arena names 18 players for Norway series

U.S. men's Olympic team coach Bruce Arena named 18 players for the U.S. U-23 team's series against Norway Feb. 2-4 in Florida:

Goalkeepers --Zach Thornton (free agent), Jeff Cassar (FIU). Defenders --Frankie Hejduk (free agent), Scott Vermillion (Virginia), Clint Peay (MLS), Mike DuHaney (MLS), Brandon Pollard (Virginia). Midfielders --Imad Baba (Clemson), Miles Joseph (Clemson), Nelson Vargas ...
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1995 CAA Standings

TeamWLT
William & Mary700
Old Dominion421
James Madison421
George Mason430
American322
VCU250
UNC Wilmington250
East Carolina070

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1995 Conference USA Standings

TeamWLT
Cincinnati410
Louisville410
UNC Charlotte221
Evansville221
Marquette140
Memphis140

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1995 Conference USA Tournament

First Round

Evansville 1, Marquette 0

UNC Charlotte 4, Memphis 1

Semifinals

Evansville 1, Cincinnati 0

UNC Charlotte 4, Louisville 0

Final

UNC Charlotte 1, Evansville 0
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Conference USA Champions

1995 -- UNC Charlotte
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1995 All-Ivy League

Goalkeeper -- Marybeth Bell (Cornell); Defense -- Jaime Chu (Harvard), Becky D'Aleo (Cornell), Jen Daly (Cornell), Annie Kwon (Yale), Sara Noonan (Harvard); Offense -- Jenna Kurowski (Dartmouth), Melissa McBean (Dartmouth), Naomi Miller (Harvard), Lori Penny (Cornell), Emily Stauffer (Harvard).

Player of the Year -- Emily Stauffer (Harvard)

Rookie of the Year -- Naomi Miller (Harvard)
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Hejduk sparks U.S. U-23s past Denmark

U.S. 2, Denmark 1

San Diego native Frankie Hejduk scored and set up another goal to give the U.S. under-23 national team a 2-1 win over Denmark Feb. 7 on the campus of UC San Diego.

Hejduk stuck in a rebound of a Pete Marino shot in the 24th minute then assisted on A.J. Wood's goal four minutes ...
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WAC Champions

1995 -- San Diego State
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1995 Big South Tournament

First Round

UMBC 2, Liberty 0

Charleston Southern 1, Radford 0

Semifinals

UNC Asheville 3, UMBC 0

UNC Greensboro 5, Charleston Southern 1

Final

UNC Asheville 1, UNC Greensboro 0
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Big South Champions

1993 -- Campbell

1994 -- UNC Greensboro

1995 -- UNC Asheville
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1995 CAA Tournament

First Round

George Mason 6, American 2

William & Mary 9, East Carolina 0

Old Dominion 3, UNC Wilmington 0

James Madison 4, Virginia Commonwealth 0

Semifinals

William & Mary 4, George Mason 1

James Madison 3, Old Dominion 2

Final

James Madison 2, William & Mary 0
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