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Mia's Back

Fatigue, injury, demands on her time and difficulties in her personal life took a heavy toll on Mia Hamm during the WUSA's first season. She's rebounded with an electric performance this summer.

Mia Hamm is at her best when the complex becomes simple. When her mind is clear, her attention focused and her heart relieved of burden. When she ...
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The Pride of Japan

HER NAME'S CHINESE CHARACTER literally means a ripe ear of rice. In Japanese, Homare also means a source of pride and is attached to products to indicate their special value.

Atlanta Beat midfielder Homare Sawa, the only Japanese player in the WUSA, is the pride of Japanese soccer. She is only 23 but has been the star of the ...
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MLS: What a Catch!

Each day, a dusty courtyard buffeted by high-rise apartments in the Bellas Horizontes subdivision of Guatemala filled with boys playing soccer. Here, Carlos Ruiz was known as one of the best goalkeepers in the barrio. He guarded two large stones as goalposts.

When the weekends came and with it league play, Carlos often got bored with goalkeeping because his ...
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MLS: Into the Spotlight

Selection to the MLS All-Star Game gave Dallas defender Ryan Suarez a weekend to etch into his memory book.

Upon taking a cell phone call in an Atlanta hotel lobby last month, Ryan Suarez shouted so loudly, so gleefully that the staff there assumed he was a first-time father.

''Somebody asked if it was a boy or a ...
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MLS's first-year foreigners

GOOD MOVES. Hands down, Carlos Ruiz is the shrewdest foreign acquisition since the Wizards bagged Miklos Molnar in 2000.

Quick and cunning as a fox, yet strong in the box, Ruiz has a propensity for bad dives that he supersedes with good goals. He's dangerous in the air and especially adept at turning half-chances into solid shots.

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U.S. SOCCER: Magee scores four goals to lead U-20s into La Alcudia semifinals

Mike Magee scored four goals to lead the United States to a 5-2 win over Ukraine Tuesday at the Torneo Internacional de La Alcudia in Spain.

The win pushed the U.S. to the semifinals, where it will meet Group A winner Uruguay Wednesday. Brazil faces Group A runner-up Costa Rica in the other semifinal.

Magee has been searching for European team since ...
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Nomads Reach Out

9/9 TEAMRECORD9/3PRE
1Stanford(3-0-0)34
2Clemson(2-0-1)58
3UCLA(3-0-0)612
4St. John's(2-1-0)96
5Connecticut(2-1-0)85
6Virginia(3-1-0)12
7Furman(3-0-0)1013
8North Carolina(3-1-0)23
9San Diego(4-0-0)1120
10Washington(1-0-2)127
11South Carolina(4-0-0)1418
12Indiana(1-1-2)41
13Wake Forest(2-0-1)1721
14Notre Dame(2-0-1)2223
15Portland(2-2-0)715
16SMU(2-1-1)1616
17Davidson(2-0-1)NRNR
18Maryland(3-1-0)NRNR
19Creighton(2-1-1)1919
20Rutgers(1-1-1)209
21Seton Hall(2-1-0)21NR
22Kentucky(2-2-0)2325
23Penn State(2-2-0)NRNR
24Tulsa(3-0-0)NRNR
25Santa Clara(1-1-0)2424
Rankings are through games played Sept. 8.

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Nomads Reach Out

9/9 TEAMRECORD9/3PRE
1Stanford(3-0-0)34
2Clemson(2-0-1)58
3UCLA(3-0-0)612
4St. John's(2-1-0)96
5Connecticut(2-1-0)85
6Virginia(3-1-0)12
7Furman(3-0-0)1013
8North Carolina(3-1-0)23
9San Diego(4-0-0)1120
10Washington(1-0-2)127
11South Carolina(4-0-0)1418
12Indiana(1-1-2)41
13Wake Forest(2-0-1)1721
14Notre Dame(2-0-1)2223
15Portland(2-2-0)715
16SMU(2-1-1)1616
17Davidson(2-0-1)NRNR
18Maryland(3-1-0)NRNR
19Creighton(2-1-1)1919
20Rutgers(1-1-1)209
21Seton Hall(2-1-0)21NR
22Kentucky(2-2-0)2325
23Penn State(2-2-0)NRNR
24Tulsa(3-0-0)NRNR
25Santa Clara(1-1-0)2424
Rankings are through games played Sept. 8.

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U.S. Listings

Selection to the MLS All-Star Game gave Dallas defender Ryan Suarez a weekend to etch into his memory book.

Upon taking a cell phone call in an Atlanta hotel lobby last month, Ryan Suarez shouted so loudly, so gleefully that the staff there assumed he was a first-time father.

''Somebody asked if it was a boy or a ...
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Fiorentina Starts Over

Each day, a dusty courtyard buffeted by high-rise apartments in the Bellas Horizontes subdivision of Guatemala filled with boys playing soccer. Here, Carlos Ruiz was known as one of the best goalkeepers in the barrio. He guarded two large stones as goalposts.

When the weekends came and with it league play, Carlos often got bored with goalkeeping because his ...
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Same Old Problems

HER NAME'S CHINESE CHARACTER literally means a ripe ear of rice. In Japanese, Homare also means a source of pride and is attached to products to indicate their special value.

Atlanta Beat midfielder Homare Sawa, the only Japanese player in the WUSA, is the pride of Japanese soccer. She is only 23 but has been the star of the ...
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Americans Abroad

HER NAME'S CHINESE CHARACTER literally means a ripe ear of rice. In Japanese, Homare also means a source of pride and is attached to products to indicate their special value.

Atlanta Beat midfielder Homare Sawa, the only Japanese player in the WUSA, is the pride of Japanese soccer. She is only 23 but has been the star of the ...
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Money Matters

Each day, a dusty courtyard buffeted by high-rise apartments in the Bellas Horizontes subdivision of Guatemala filled with boys playing soccer. Here, Carlos Ruiz was known as one of the best goalkeepers in the barrio. He guarded two large stones as goalposts.

When the weekends came and with it league play, Carlos often got bored with goalkeeping because his ...
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Newsmakers

Each day, a dusty courtyard buffeted by high-rise apartments in the Bellas Horizontes subdivision of Guatemala filled with boys playing soccer. Here, Carlos Ruiz was known as one of the best goalkeepers in the barrio. He guarded two large stones as goalposts.

When the weekends came and with it league play, Carlos often got bored with goalkeeping because his ...
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An Olimpian Effort

Each day, a dusty courtyard buffeted by high-rise apartments in the Bellas Horizontes subdivision of Guatemala filled with boys playing soccer. Here, Carlos Ruiz was known as one of the best goalkeepers in the barrio. He guarded two large stones as goalposts.

When the weekends came and with it league play, Carlos often got bored with goalkeeping because his ...
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