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Women's Gold Cup: U.S. opens with 3-0 win over Mexico

The United States got goals from Aly Wagner, Cindy Parlow and Shannon MacMillan to beat Mexico, 3-0, Sunday on the opening day of the Women's Gold Cup in Pasadena, Calif.

The Americans outshot Mexico, 25-2, in a match played almost entirely in the Tricolores' half.

''IÆm pleased with the way we played in the first half even though we created fewer chances, ...
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Lilly leads U.S. women past Mexico in Gold Cup opener

Kristine Lilly figured in all three goals as the U.S. women's national team opened the CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup with a 3-0 victory over overmatched Mexico at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

Aly Wagner, Cindy Parlow and Shannon MacMillan scored for the Americans, who owned a 25-2 shot advantage and dictated every facet of the match.

Wagner's fifth-minute strike, a 20-yard ...
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College Women: Soccer America's Top 25 Wrap (Week 9: Oct. 21-27)

WAVES REDUX: No. 12 Pepperdine followed its upset last week at Portland with a 1-0 triumph Friday over No. 4 Santa Clara. Janelle Hilseth scored the goal for the Waves, who share the West Coast Conference lead with the Broncos and the No. 6 Pilots.

Santa Clara was without star playmaker Aly Wagner, who scored the first goal in the U.S. ...
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College Women: Soccer America's Top 25 Scoreboard (Week 9: Oct. 21-27)

1. Stanford (15-1-0)
10/25 at Washington State (1-0), 10/27 at Washington (1-0)

2. North Carolina (13-1-3)
10/27 vs. Duke (0-0)

3. Texas (14-2-1)
10/25 vs. Kansas (4-1), 10/27 vs. Missouri (2-1 OT)

4. Santa Clara (12-4-1)
10/25 at Pepperdine (0-1), 10/27 at Loyola Marymount (1-0)

5. UCLA (12-3-0)
10/27 at USC (2-0)

6. Portland (14-3-1)
10/25 at San Francisco (3-0), 10/27 at St. Mary's (1-0)

7. ...
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U.S. OPEN CUP: Garcia goal gives Columbus title

The Columbus Crew is the 2002 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup champion, thanks to a 1-0 win, on a Freddy Garcia goal, over the Los Angeles Galaxy on Thursday.

The 89-year-old tournament took on Lamar HuntÆs name in 1999. Hunt is investor-operator of the Crew.

The Guatemalan Garcia, a midseason acquisition, scored the winner in the 30th minute. He shot home from ...
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WUSA: Spirit to introduce Namazi as new coach

The San Diego Spirit on Friday will announce it has hired Omid Namazi, a veteran player and coach who has spent most of his career in the indoor game, as its head coach.

Namazi, 37, has little experience coaching women, but Spirit general manager Dave Presher -- after being turned down by four prominent women's coaches -- tagged him as San ...
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COLLEGE: Soccer America Men's Top 25 (Oct. 21)

10/21 Ranking ... Team (Record) ... 10/14 Ranking

1 St. John's (10-1-3) 1

10/25 -- Connecticut; 10/26 -- LIU.

2 Wake Forest (10-0-3) 2

10/23 -- Elon (3-1); 10/26 -- at North Carolina.

3 Indiana (12-1-2) 3

10/25 -- at Cal State Fullerton; 10/27 -- UC Santa Barbara (at Cal State Fullerton).

4 Clemson (10-1-2) 4

10/23 -- Appalachian State (3-2); 10/26 -- at Maryland.

5 UCLA (8-1-2) 6

10/25 ...
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CONCACAF CHAMPIONS CUP: Four U.S. teams to qualify

Four U.S. teams will qualify for the 2003 CONCACAF Champions Cup. Already assured of spots are: LOS ANGELES (as MLS Cup champ), NEW ENGLAND (as MLS Cup 2002 runner-up) and SAN JOSE (as regular-season runner-up).

The fourth spot will go to COLUMBUS or DALLAS.

The fourth spot will be decided by tonight's U.S. Open Cup final. If Columbus wins, it qualifies. If ...
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U.S. LAMAR HUNT CUP OPEN CUP: L.A. goes for double tonight

2002 U.S OPEN CUP FINAL (Thursday, Oct. 24)

Columbus (MLS) vs. Los Angeles (MLS)
at Crew Stadium in Columbus, Ohio at 7 pm ET

TV: Fox Sports World (live) 7 pm ET; Fox Sports en Espanol (tape) midnight tonight.

DOUBLE: The Los Angeles Galaxy, which lifted the 2002 MLS Cup title on Sunday, will attempt to become the third team since MLS's inception ...
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COLLEGE: Division I Women's Leaders

POINTS

1. Marilyn Marin (North Texas) 59

2. Mandy Heintz (LSU) 47

2. Rosie Luzak (Niagara) 47

4. Krystal Sandza (UC Santa Barbara) 46

5. Holly Cohen (UTEP) 45

6. Miranda Cuthbertson (UTEP) 39

7. Courtney Crandell (Charlotte) 38

7. Chrissie Abbott (West Virginia) 38

9. Danelle Myrick (Tenn.-Martin) 37

10. Kim McNally (Southeastern Louisiana) 35

10. Kelly Parker (UTEP) 35.

GOALS

1. Marilyn Marin (North Texas) 23

2. Mandy Heintz (LSU) 22

3. Rosie ...
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COLLEGE: Division I Men's Leaders

POINTS

1. Joseph Ngwenya (Coastal Carolina) 46

2. Alecko Eskandarian (Virginia) 40

3. Chris Goos (UNC Greensboro) 37

4. Antou Jallow (Wis.-Milwaukee) 35

4. Jeff Deren (Massachusetts) 35

6. Dimelon Westfield (Clemson) 34

7. Ryan Coiner (San Diego) 31

8. Francis Wakhisi (Winthrop) 30

9. Mike Littlefield (Coastal Caro.) 29

9. George Kithas (Detroit) 29.

GOALS

1. Joseph Ngwenya (Coastal Carolina) 19

2. Alecko Eskandarian (Virginia) 18

3. Dimelon Westfield (Clemson) 16

4. Antou Jallow ...
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Escape from Bouake

No. 2 Wake Forest remained one of only two unbeaten Division I men's teams with a 3-1 win over Elon for Coach's Jay Vidovich's 100th career victory.

In other midweek action involving ACC teams in the Top 25, No. 4 Clemson beat Appalachian State, 3-2. Dimelon Westfield scored his 17th goal of the season. He has now scored in nine consecutive ...
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Ahn Lands in Japan

No. 2 Wake Forest remained one of only two unbeaten Division I men's teams with a 3-1 win over Elon for Coach's Jay Vidovich's 100th career victory.

In other midweek action involving ACC teams in the Top 25, No. 4 Clemson beat Appalachian State, 3-2. Dimelon Westfield scored his 17th goal of the season. He has now scored in nine consecutive ...
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Newsmakers

No. 2 Wake Forest remained one of only two unbeaten Division I men's teams with a 3-1 win over Elon for Coach's Jay Vidovich's 100th career victory.

In other midweek action involving ACC teams in the Top 25, No. 4 Clemson beat Appalachian State, 3-2. Dimelon Westfield scored his 17th goal of the season. He has now scored in nine consecutive ...
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Americans Abroad

2002 U.S OPEN CUP FINAL (Thursday, Oct. 24)

Columbus (MLS) vs. Los Angeles (MLS)
at Crew Stadium in Columbus, Ohio at 7 pm ET

TV: Fox Sports World (live) 7 pm ET; Fox Sports en Espanol (tape) midnight tonight.

DOUBLE: The Los Angeles Galaxy, which lifted the 2002 MLS Cup title on Sunday, will attempt to become the third team since MLS's inception ...
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