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International: UEFA Cup Results (Sept. 30)

First Round, Second Leg

Sept. 28 in Montpellier Montpellier (France) 2 Red Star Belgrade (Yugoslavia) 2. Goals: Ouedec 36, Loko 52; Jelic 48, Boskovic pen. 55. Half: 1-0. Att.: 9,246. (First leg 0-1. Montpellier win 3-2 on aggregate.) Sept. 28 in Linz LASK Linz (Austria) 2 Steaua Bucharest (Romania) 3. Goals: Stumpf 5, Sane 90; Bordeanu 8, Ilie 32, Duro ...

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CONCACAF Champions Cup: D.C. United and Necaxa through to semifinals

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Jaime Moreno scored on a cross from close range in the 68th minute to give defending champion D.C. United a 1-0 win over Olimpia Honduras in the quarterfinals of the CONCACAF Champions Cup in Las Vegas, Nev. Neither team was able to find the back of the net in the first half, despite several quality opportunities by both squads. ...

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MLS: Conference Semifinal Playoff Dates and Times

MLS Commissioner Don Garber announced today the dates, times and partial television schedule for the 1999 MLS Conference Semifinals. The MLS Conference Semifinals consist of a best-of-three series, with the top-seeded team owning home-field advantage and hosting games one and three (if necessary). With seven-points separating the West's first-place Los Angeles Galaxy (19-11, 51 points) and fourth-place defending MLS Cup ...
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Q&A with the SA Editors: Sept. 30, 1999

Kenya Brown College Park, Md. Who do you think will be the next group of American players in MLS to try their luck with a European club at the end of the season? I see Eddie Lewis (San Jose Clash) leading the pack and I sort of have a feeling that C.J. Brown (Chicago Fire) may get an offer or ...
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MLS: New England Lets Zenga Go

The New England Revolution announced Sept. 30 that it has relieved player/coach Walter Zenga of his head coaching and playing duties. Zenga, a former Italian international, is being replaced by Steve Nicol, a former Scottish international. Nicol, who takes over on an interim basis, has been coaching the Revolution's A-League affiliate Boston Bulldogs. The 39-year-old Zenga posted a 10-20 record ...
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U.S. Soccer: Arena appoints four youth coaches

U.S. men's national team head coach and technical director Bruce Arena name four coaches to head the four U.S. boys national youth teams. While John Ellinger continues in his role as the U.S. under-17 men's national team coach, Arena added German Wolfgang Suhnholz (U-20s), Virginia head coach George Gelnovatch (U-18s) and Akron head coach Ken Lolla (U-16). U.S. Soccer also ...
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Men's College: Soccer America's Team of the Week (Sept. 20-27)

G Lyndon Barnes (Howard) (1) Made 7 saves in shutout of Jacksonville D Roberto Vargas (Connecticut) (1) Contributed goal and assist against Yale (5-0) D Emmanuel Tetiot (VCU) (1) Scored only goal in win over William & Mary M Raul Ornelas (California) (1) Scored gamewinner against San Diego M Jarod Bertrand (SW Missouri) (1) Assisted on 4 goals at Ameritas ...
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MLS Beat: The crash that is the Clash

Can Osiander win with QuinnÆs core of players?

The storybook saga of Brian Quinn in American soccer has, once again, turned sad.

An extensive housecleaning of the San Jose Clash instituted by him this season eventually swept him out once playoff hopes were extinguished. For the third straight season with Quinn in charge, San Jose couldnÆt finish among ...
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Women's College: Soccer America's Team of the Week (Sept. 20-27)

G Katie Carson (Clemson) (1) 15 saves in 0-0 tie with Nebraska D Carryn Weigand (Virginia) (1) 55th-minute header beats Hartford D Fay deLeon (San Diego State) (1) Assists on 2 goals in upset of LMU M Kim Clark (USC) (1) Nets 14th-minute goal that downs Duke M Nikki Serlenga (Santa Clara) (1) Sets up UNC own goal, 2 assists ...
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College: NSCAA Select Men's Rankings

MEN'S NCAA DIVISION I

SCHOOL RECORD PTS.
1 Penn State 8-0-0 477
2 Santa Clara 8-0-0 453
3 Duke 5-0-2 434
4 CS Fullerton 7-0-0 382
5 Saint Louis 6-1-1 354
6 Indiana 6-2-0 350
7 Connecticut 5-2-0 299
8 Maryland 6-2-0 295
9 UCLA 6-1-0 279
10 Wake Forest 5-0-3 255
11 SMU 6-1-0 252 ...
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College: Men's Division I Scores

MENÆS NCAA DIVISION I





Far West Region


1 Santa Clara 8-0-0

DH San Diego State 4-1,

DH Sac. State 1-0


2 CS Fullerton 7-0-0

DH CS Dominguez Hills 3-2


3 UCLA 6-1-0

DH Oregon State 3-0


4 California 6-1-1

DA St. Mary's 2-0,

DN San Diego 2-1


5 Portland 5-1-1

DN Fresno State 3-1,

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A-League: Playoffs Results (Sept. 25)

Quarterfinals

Rochester vs. Pittsburgh Game 2 Pittsburgh 1 Rochester 0 (OT). Goal: Apple (DePalma) 65. Pittsburgh -- Dedini, DePalma, Kot, Vasic, Ihekoronye, Bonseu, Jaworski (Tripoli, 72), Terlecky, Evans, Butler (Karn, 86), Apple (Castma, 68). Rochester -- Andracki, Restrepo, Schweitzer, Walton, Tim Hardy (Zavala, 79), Daligcon (Kirmse, 73), Allnutt, Sedgewick, D.Miller (Young, 80), Biello, Tilley. Att.: 4,115. (Series tied 1-1) San ...

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International: Champions League results and standings (Sept. 29)

Group A

Sept. 29 in Leverkusen Bayer Leverkusen (Germany) 1 Dynamo Kiev (Ukraine) 1. Goals: Kirsten 53; Husin 71. Half: 0-0. Att.: 22,500. Sept. 29 in Rome Lazio (Italy) 4 Maribor Teatanic (Slovenia) 0. Goals: Inzaghi 60, Conceicao 62, Salas 71, 75. Half: 0-0. Att.: 30,000.
Club GP W T L GF GA P
Lazio 3 2 ...
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CONCACAF Champions Cup: Fire and Alajuela advance

Quarterfinal Summaries

Sept. 28 in Las Vegas, Nev. Chicago Fire (USA) 2 Joe Public (Trin. & Tobago) 0. Goals: Razov 19, Kovalenko 82. Chicago -- Thronton, Brown, Kubik, Okaroh, Gutierrez, Armas (George, 86), Marsch, Nowak, Kosecki (Kovalenko, 76), Razov (Dougherty, 80), Podbrozny. Joe Public -- D.Thomas, John, Garcia (Fabio, 65), Mason, Mulraine, Dwarika, Gray (Dhanoolal, 46), Jemmot, K.Thomas, A.Thomas, Pierre. ...

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College: NSCAA Select Women's Rankings

WOMEN'S NCAA DIVISION I

SCHOOL RECORD PTS.
1 Santa Clara 9-0-0 300
2 Florida 9-0-0 288
3 North Carolina 7-2-0 274
4 Nebraska 8-1-1 253
5 Penn State 6-2-1 250
6 Notre Dame 6-2-0 239
7 So. California 6-2-0 222
8 Texas A&M 9-1-0 218
9 UCLA 7-1-0 191
10 Virginia 6-2-0 189
11 Wake Forest ...
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