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Olympics: Television schedule (Men's bronze-medal game)

MSNBC has scheduled the U.S. men's bronze-medal game with Chile for broadcast Friday, Sept. 29, on tape-delay on its regular 10 am-5 pm ET/PT time slot. There is no live coverage. Other sports will be included in the time slot devoted to soccer coverage. TV Schedule: Sept. 29 -- Men: Bronze-Medal Game (MSNBC) in 10 a.m.-5 p.m. window. Sept. 30 ...
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U.S. Women Return To Indoor Tour

The U.S. Olympic silver medalists will play a team of world all-stars in the Discovery Health Channel Women's Soccer Challenge, beginning Oct. 20 in Philadelphia and ending Dec. 15 in San Jose. Among the U.S. women scheduled to compete are Brandi Chastain, Joy Fawcett, Julie Foudy, Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly, Shannon MacMillan, Tiffeny Milbrett, Siri Mullinix, Carla Overbeck and Kate ...
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World Cup 2002 qualifying: Costa Rica roster

Costa Rican national team coach Gilson Nunes called up three MLS players Mauricio Solis (San Jose), Roy Myers (MetroStars) and William Sunsing (New England) for the crucial World Cup 2002 qualifier against the United States in Columbus, Ohio, on Oct. 11. The Tico squad: Goalies: Erick Lonnis (Saprissa), Alvaro Mesen (Alajuela). Defenders: Harold Wallace (Alajuela), Lester Morgan (Herediano), Austin Berry ...
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Olympics: U.S. men's reaction (post-Chile)

U.S. Head Coach Clive Charles: "From my point of view, I thought the team played very well tonight. I felt that the first half was even. I felt that we might have had slightly the better of it. In the second half, I thought we played the best soccer we've played in this tournament. Our movement was terrific. Our movement ...
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College: Women's NCAA Division I Leaders

(Through Sept. 24) POINTS PER GAME
Player, School Class GP G A P PPG
1 Katie Szeghalmi, Ga. Southern Fr. 7 9 6 24 3.43
2 Tammy Waine, Auburn Jr. 9 13 3 29 3.22
3 Marilyn Mason, North Texas Fr. 8 11 2 24 3.00
3 Amanda Berman, Wofford Jr. 7 8 5 21 3.00
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Zamorano pair ends U.S. men's medal hopes

BY SCOTT FRENCH IN SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA A silly penalty and Ivan Zamorano's expertise in front of the net cost the U.S. men's Olympic soccer team its shot at a bronze medal Friday night as Chile, outplayed much of the evening, posted a 2-0 victory in the Sydney Games third-place match. Zamorano scored two second-half goals, the first on a penalty, ...
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Q&A with the SA Editors: Sept. 29, 2000

Eric Maddy Huntington Beach, Calif. Re: Q&A Ask the SA Editors Sept. 28 (Playing longevity of NASL stars.) Mike Woitalla may have missed one, depending on the definition of "active." Tatu played with the Rowdies from 1982-84, leading them in scoring in 1983, and is still active with the Dallas Sidekicks of the World Indoor Soccer League (WISL), sharing the ...
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SA Q&A: Molnar: 'We Are Strong As a Group'

Kansas City forward Miklos Molnar came back from injury to score in four straight games, including the playoff opener against Colorado Sept. 16.

Miklos Molnar


Club: Kansas City
Position: Forward
Age: 30
Country: Denmark
Caps: 17

SOCCER AMERICA: You've played all over Europe, including a stint at German club FSV Frankfurt with Chris Henderson. Was that a ...
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Cameroon claims Olympic gold in shootout

BY SCOTT FRENCH IN SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA Cameroon gave Africa its second successive Olympic men's soccer gold medal Saturday afternoon, knocking off Spain in a penalty-kick shootout after overcoming a two-goal deficit in a scintillating encounter at Stadium Australia. Patrick Mboma created goals five minutes apart early in the second half as the Indomitable Lions, dominant most of the match, rallied ...
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U.S. Soccer: Women to play three games outdoors

The U.S. women's national team, silver-medalist at the 2000 Olympics, will play Canada Nov. 11 in Columbus, Ohio (4 pm ET at Crew Stadium), and Mexico Dec. 10 in Houston (6 pm CT at Robertson Stadium). Both of those matches will air live on ESPN2. The third "Glory Tour" date will be announced shortly, and tickets will go on sale ...
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MLS: D.C. United to tour El Salvador

D.C. United will embark on a one-week offseason tour to El Salvador in early November, where it will play three exhibition matches against Salvadoran First Division clubs. United will play two games Nov. 1 and 3 in a four-team tournament in the eastern city of San Miguel, hometown of United striker Raul Diaz Arce, and will play a third match ...
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College: Men's NCAA Division I Leaders

(Through Sept. 24) POINTS PER GAME

Player, School Class GP G A P PPG
1 Jorge Martinez, San Jose St. SR 7 11 4 26 3.71
2 McKinley Tennyson, UCLA SR 5 8 0 16 3.20
3 Evan Bruno, Lehigh SO 7 10 2 22 3.14
4 Gavin Glinton, Bradley SR 9 11 6 28 3.11
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Olympics: Women's soccer leading scorers (final)

1. Sun (China) 4 goals. 2. Milbrett (USA), Prinz (Germany) 3. 4. Akide (Nigeria), Raquel (Brazil), Hamm (USA), Katia (Brazil), Pettersen (Norway), Mellgren (Norway) 2. 10. Haugenes (Norway), Andersson (Sweden), Hughes (Australia), Lingor (Germany), Nkwocha (Nigeria), Salisbury (Australia), Zhao (China), Chastain (USA), Foudy (USA), Grings (Germany), Hingst (Germany), Lilly (USA), MacMillan (USA), Pretinha (Brazil), Riise (Norway), Wiegmann (Germany), Espeseth (Norway), ...
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Norway stuns U.S. in dramatic finale

BY SCOTT FRENCH IN SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA The United States' four years of mastery over women's soccer came to an abrupt and dramatic end Thursday night, victim to a controversial golden goal in what might have been the greatest women's match ever contested. Dagny Mellgren slid a ball past U.S. goalkeeper Siri Mullinix 12 minutes into overtime to deliver a 3-2 ...
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McBride back in U.S. for medical treatment

U.S. national team striker Brian McBride has returned to the United States from his English club Preston North End to be examined and treated for what is described on the club Web site as a "blood clot in his armpit." U.S. Soccer press officer Jim Moorhouse said Thursday the federation had no definitive information on McBride's condition. He was to ...
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