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MLS: Statistical leaders (through Aug. 30)

SCORING

Player (Team)GPGAP
Jones (Los Angeles)19161143
Diaz Arce (New England)2718743
John (Columbus)2019341
Welton (Los Angeles)26151141
Lassiter (D.C. United)2717640
Cienfuegos (Los Angeles)25121438
Etcheverry (D.C. United)26101636
Hurtado ...
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MLS: Game summaries (Aug. 26-30)

KANSAS CITY 1 D.C. UNITED 2 Aug. 26 in Kansas City Kansas City 1 D.C. United 2. Goals: Preki (pen.) 21; Etcheverry 72, Agoos (Etcheverry) 86. Kansas City --Snitko (5), Vermillion (5), Okafor (5), Bowers (4), Sabanadzovic (4), Wright (4), Preki (5), Chung (5), Johnston (5), Rideout (4), Takawira (5). Sub: Klein (NR) for Wright in 78th minute. D.C. ...
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Women's World Cup '99: European Qualifying Update (Aug. 31)

Here is a look at the final standings in European qualifying for the 1999 Women's World Cup:

Final Group 1 Standings

TEAMGPWTLGFGAP
*Sweden660018518
**Ukraine63039139
Iceland6123595
Spain602 ...
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Women's World Cup '99: CONCACAF qualifying results (Aug. 30)

Group A

Aug. 30 in Etobicoke Guatemala 8 Puerto Rico 0. Goals: Villeda 4, Burmester 10, 14, Argueta 27, 41, Perez 45, Vela 74, 88. Guatemala --Colina, M.Perez (Simon, 66), Acevedo, Solares, S.Barrios, C.Barrios, Burmester, Argueta (Russell, 73), Castillejos, Vela, Villeda (Alvarado, 60). Puerto Rico --Smallwood (Rabell, 30), K.Rivera, Wohlauer, Hernandez (Acosta, 76), De Cuba, Marichal (J.Perez, 51), ...

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Women's World Cup '99: CONCACAF qualifying results (Aug. 28-29)

Group A

Aug. 28 in Etobicoke, Canada Guatemala 2 Martinique 0. Goals: Vela 30, Villeda 80. Guatemala --Colina, Perez, Acevedo, Solares, S.Barrios, C.Barrios, Burmester, Galvez, Argueta (Simon, 90), Castillejos (Villeda, 69), Vela (Russell, 86). Martinique --Amory, Ourmiah, Rufferman (Senga, 81), Renciot, Marie-Jeanne, Babin, Fabert (Bassin, 81), Flore, Bonsang, Cabit (Martinon, 83), Pelage. Canada 21 Puerto Rico 0. Goals: ...

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MLS: Results and Standings (Aug. 30)

Results

Aug. 30
  • Miami 3 New England 2
Aug. 29
  • Tampa Bay 3 D.C. United 2 (SO)
  • Kansas City 2 Chicago 3 (SO)
  • Dallas 2 MetroStars 0
  • Los Angeles 0 Columbus 3
  • San Jose 1 Colorado 3

Standings

EASTERNGPWLPGFGA
*D.C. United28226546339 ...
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W-LEAGUE: 1998 W-1 and W-2 All-League Teams

W-1 All-League Team

Goalkeeper --Kim Wyant (Long Island). Defenders --Nel Fettig (Raleigh), Thori Staples (Raleigh), Sara Whalen (Long Island), Staci Wilson (Maryland). Midfielders --Amy Geltz (Tampa Bay), Kristine Lilly (Delaware), Kim Yankowski (Raleigh). Forwards --Kerry Connors (Boston), Mikka Hansen (Denver), Charmaine Hooper (Chicago).

W-2 All-League Team

Goalkeeper --Amy Pseja (NJ Stallions). Defenders --Hollie Bonnema ...

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MLS: Results and Standings (Aug. 29)

Results

Aug. 29
  • Tampa Bay 3 D.C. United 2 (SO)
  • Kansas City 2 Chicago 3 (SO)
  • Dallas 2 MetroStars 0
  • Los Angeles 0 Columbus 3
  • San Jose 1 Colorado 3

Standings

EASTERNGPWLPGFGA
D.C. United28226546339
Columbus251312395439
MetroStars27 ...
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College: 1998 Women's NAIA Preseason Rankings

Rank/Team1997 RecordFinal 1997 Ranking
1. Mobile24-0-01
2. Simon Fraser18-4-22
3. Westmont21-4-03
4. Berry17-6-19
5. Lindenwood19-2-310
6. Transylvania21-3-116
7. Georgian Court15-6-125
8. Seattle16-5-315
9. St. Mary (Neb.)22-4-06
10. St. Thomas (Fla.)12-2-1NR
11. Azusa Pacific16-6-012 ...
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College: Men's NAIA Preseason Top 25

Rank/Team1997 RecordFinal 1997 Ranking
1. Mobile13-6-010
2. Illinois-Springfield18-5-01
3. Life22-3-14
4. William Carey15-2-06
5. Birmingham-Southern16-5-111
6. Westmont15-4-415
7. Seattle25-1-23
8. Lindsey Wilson17-5-12
9. Azusa Pacific17-3-07
10. Baker13-8-0NR
11. Auburn-Montgomery12-8-213
12. Rio Grande20-4-0 ...
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Q&A with the SA Editors: Aug. 28, 1998

Tom Shenk, New York City Though I wholeheartedly support the early entry of players into a professional environment (P-40, MLS youth clubs, etc.), it seems there might be some valid criticism coming from the college ranks this year. Certainly, MLS was very agressive by encouraging the likes of Ben Olsen and Brian West to come out early. However, given that ...
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U.S. Open Cup: Final postponed indefinitely

The 1998 U.S. Open Cup final between the Chicago Fire and the Columbus Crew has been postponed for the second time because of the slow-moving Hurricane Bonnie, which has been bearing down on Virginia Beach, Va. for the last 48 hours. No date for the rescheduled final has been set at this time. The match was originally scheduled for Aug. ...
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Ridge Mahoney: MLS needs foreign play

MLS can rightfully walk tall after D.C. United's capture of the CONCACAF Champions' Cup, yet it should not tout this success as a sign of league-wide strength. When pressed by foes superior to those it faces in league play, United can quicken the pace, toughen up on defense and play a smarter, faster, shrewder game. So can the L.A. Galaxy. ...
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European Champions Cup: 1998 Champions League draw and schedule

Group A

Ajax Amsterdam (Netherlands), Porto (Portugal), Olympiakos Piraeus (Greece), Croatia Zagreb (Croatia). SCHEDULE Sept. 16 --Porto vs. Olympiakos, Croatia vs. Ajax. Sept. 30 --Olympiakos vs. Croatia, Ajax vs. Porto. Oct. 21 --Olympiakos vs. Ajax, Porto vs. Croatia. Nov. 4 --Ajax vs. Olympiakos, Croatia vs. Porto. Nov. 25 --Olympiakos vs. Porto, Ajax vs. Croatia. Dec. ...

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PDSL: Spokane Shadow to host 1999 championship

The Premier Development Soccer League's 1999 championship will be hosted by the Spokane Shadow at the Joe Albi Stadium Aug. 13-15. Spokane has been successful both on and off the field and is one of the most respected organizations in the PDSL. The Shadow compiled a 41-7 regular-season record over the past three years, and continues to rank as one ...
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