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U.S Women's U-20s: Roster for North Carolina training camp

The following is the roster for the U-20 women's national team training camp held March 23-29 in North Carolina.

Goalkeepers --LaKeysia Beene (Notre Dame), Megan Boehme (Virginia), Siri Mullinix (North Carolina).

Defenders --Shannon Boxx (Notre Dame), Kristen Eaton (Portland), Lorrie Fair (North Carolina), Ronnie Fair (Stanford), Jen Grubb (Notre Dame), Renee Reynolds (Florida ...

World Cup '98 Qualifying Results: Asia (March 30-31)

Group 1

March 31 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Malaysia 1 Bangladesh 0. Goal: al-Abedine (pen.) 32.

Saudi Arabia 6 Chinese Taipei 0. Goals: Gaber 3, 17, 63, Mas'ad 5, al-Dhasiri 31, al-Zahrani 46.

Final Standings

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MLS Game Summaries: weekend of March 29, 1997

March 29 in Columbus

Columbus 2 Colorado 1 (Columbus wins shootout 3-2). Goals: Marino (Carrera) 79; Trittschuh (Paz) 39.

Columbus --Friedel, Michallik, Yeagley, Clark, Miguez, Butler, Warzycha, Salcedo, Carrera, Maisonneuve, McBride. Subs: Smith for Butler in 46th minute, Marino for Michallik in 65th.

Colorado --Grafer, Vermes, Balboa, Trittschuh, Kmosko, Paz, Bravo, Castaneda, ...

U.S. Youth national team updates (March 31)

Men's U-20 national team

The U-20s have been training in England and have compiled a 1-1-1 record against English club youth teams. The U.S. beat Manchester United's youth squad 4-0, drew 0-0 with Oldham, and fell to Tranmere 2-1. Shaun Petroski, a native of Granite City, Ill. who plays for Bayer Uerdingen in the German Second ...

World Cup '98 Qualifying Results: Europe (March 31)

Group 5

March 31 in Luxembourg

Luxembourg 0 Israel 3. Goals: Zohar 11, 80, Banin 56.

Att.: 6,066.




World Cup '98 Qualifying Results: Asia (March 29)

Group 1

March 29 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia 3 Malaysia 0. Goals: Musab 60, 85. al-Dhasiri 87.

Att.: 50,000.

Taiwan 1 Bangladesh 2. Goals: Hu Sen 53; al-Amin 45, Ahmed 81.


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MLS: News and notes (March 29)

Several clubs made personnel moves to meet the 20-man roster deadline on March 28.

Colorado waived goalkeeper Dusty Hudock, who saw action in nine games last season.

San Jose waived former UNC Charlotte star Mac Cozier, who played for Columbus in 1996, and former MetroStar Edmundo Rodgriguez.

Tampa Bay placed Polish forward Jacek Ziober ...

World Cup '98 Qualifying Results: Europe (March 29)

Group 1

March 29 in Split

Croatia 1 Denmark 1. Goals: Suker 50; B. Laudrup 82.

Att.: 34,000.



MLS: Results and Standings (March 29)

March 29

  • Kansas City 3 San Jose 2 (Kansas City wins shootout 4-3)
  • Columbus 2 Colorado 1 (Columbus wins shootout 3-2)
  • Dallas 0 New England 1
  • Tampa Bay 2 MetroStars 1
  • Los Angeles 0 D.C. United 1 (D.C. United wins shootout 3-2)


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Q&A with the SA Editors: March 28, 1997

Anu Khare

Red Bank, N.J.

One issue in soccer that has intrigued me is television coverage. Of all the major networks in the country, Capital Cities/ABC is the most committed to soccer. I have been very pleased with their recent soccer coverage, especially World Cup USA '94, U.S. Cups '95 and '96 and MLS Cup '96. In ...

World Cup '98 Qualifying Results: Asia (March 27)

Group 1

March 27 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Taiwan 0 Malaysia 0

Saudi Arabia 3 Bangladesh 0


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World Cup '98 Qualifying Results: Asia (March 25)

Group 4

March 25 in Muscat, Oman

Japan 10 Macao 0

Oman 1 Nepal 0




MLS: The shootout stays

Despite a recent Soccer America Online poll, in which 65 percent of 1,050 fans said they were opposed to the shootout, Major League Soccer plans to keep the tiebreaker.

In an interview before the San Jose-MetroStars opener that ended in a 0-0 tie and went to a shootout lasting 11 rounds, MLS commissioner Doug Logan said ...

MLS: News and Notes (March 26)

Columbus took a step towards shore up a defense weakened by the loss of Ricardo Iribarren and the departure of Paul Caligiuri to the Los Angeles Galaxy by signing Argentine defender Sergio "Pato" Miguez.

MIguez, 29, is a ten-year veteran of the Argentine First Division, debuting with River Plate in 1986 and spending the bulk of ...

Contents: Soccer America April 7, 1997 issue


No 'Tio Sam' revenge

By Mike Woitalla

More happy days for Costa Rica

By Mike Woitalla

Year 2 opener: Clash misses The Finisher

By Duncan Irving

Parreira Era opens with some promise

By Ridge Mahoney

Dutch toast Miracle in Madrid

By Richard Bastin

The end ...