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U.S. WOMEN ABROAD (Aug. 21-24): Darci Borski scores again as Asker climbs to second

Former Philadelphia Charge forward Darci Borski scored her third goal of the season, and second in three games, as Asker climbed to second place in the Norwegian Toppserien with a 5-0 romp Tuesday over Medkila.

Borski's 13th-minute goal started Asker (8-1-4) on the rout, with Lindy Melissa Wiik, Lise Klaveness and former New York Power winger Anita Rapp adding first-half goals. ...
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COLLEGE WOMEN: Head coaching changes for 2004

Diana Niland, who guided Missouri-Rolla to a 13-36-6 record in three years as head coach, took charge of Troy State's women's soccer program when preseason camps opened in mid-August.

Niland, who previously served as an assistant coach at Arkansas State and head coach at Bowling Green (Ky.) High School, guided Division II Missouri-Rolla to an 8-9-3 record last season. She replaces ...
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COLLEGE WOMEN: Soccer America Top 25 schedule (Aug. 27-30)

(With 2003 Record in parenthesis)
1. North Carolina (27-0-0)

Aug. 27 -- at Nebraska (adidas Invitational)
Aug. 29 -- vs. California at Lincoln, Neb. (adidas Invitational)

2. Santa Clara (14-4-6)
Aug. 27 -- at Cal Poly

3. Notre Dame (20-3-1)
Aug. 27 -- vs. Baylor
Aug. 29 -- vs. Eastern Illinois

4. Texas (12-9-0)
Aug. 27 -- vs. Clemson
Aug. 29 -- vs. ...
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OLYMPICS: Players on women's soccer rosters with U.S. connections

AUSTRALIA
D Dianne Alagich -- WUSA: San Jose CyberRays

G Cassandra Kell -- W-League: Hampton Roads Piranhas

M Joanne Peters -- WUSA: New York Power; W-League: Charlotte Lady Eagles

D Cheryl Salisbury -- WUSA: New York Power; W-League: Memphis Mercury

M Danielle Small -- College: Phillips University, University of Mobile and San Diego State

D Sacha Wainwright -- Lived in the United States as a ...
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TONY SANNEH JOINS COLUMBUS CREW

After six seasons in Germany, Tony Sanneh is returning to MLS and joining the Columbus Crew. Sanneh, who played every minute of the USA's 2002 World Cup quarterfinal run, won two MLS titles while with D.C. United in 1996-98.

Sanneh has played for FC Nuremberg since 2001 and last season helped them clinch promotion to the First Division upon returning late ...
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OLYMPICS: Men's Soccer Schedule and Results (Aug. 21)

Group A

Aug. 11 in Thessaloniki

Greece 2 (Taralidis 78, Papadapoulos pen. 82) South Korea 2 (Kim Dong Jin 43, own goal 64).

Aug 11 in Volos

Mali 0 Mexico 0.

Aug 14 in Athens

South Korea 1 (Kim Jung Woo 16) Mexico 0.

Aug 14 in Thessaloniki

Greece 0 Mali 2 (Berthe 2, Ndiaye 45).

Aug 17 in Thessaloniki

South Korea 3 (Cho Jae Jin 57, 59, own goal ...
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U.S. SOCCER: U-17 residency camp opens with 40 players

U.S. Soccer's U-17 residency program kicked off its fall semester Wednesday with 40 players in attendance at the first training session of the semester at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. Theare 24 players returning to the residency program for the second year, and 16 players will be beginning their first year under the instruction of head coach John Ellinger.

The U.S. ...
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OLYMPICS: O'Reilly lifts Americans past Germany, into Gold Medal game

The U.S. women's national team on Monday avenged its Women's World Cup defeat to Germany, winning a dramatic semifinal on Heather O'Reilly's overtime goal to advance to the Athens Olympics gold-medal match.

O'Reilly scored from Mia Hamm's feed in the 99th minute to give the Americans a 2-1 victory before 5,165 spectators at Pankritio Stadium in Heraklio, on Greece.

The U.S. women, ...
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COLLEGE WOMEN: Three Tar Heels on Soccer America Preseason All-America Team

Olympians Heather O'Reilly and Lindsay Tarpley and U.S. national team midfielder Lori Chalupny, among the final cuts from the Olympic squad, give top-ranked North Carolina three players on Soccer America's 2004 College Women's Preseason All-America Team.

Chalupny is among a half-dozen players on the 11-woman team who last month helped the United States' under-21 team to its sixth successive Nordic Cup ...
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U.S. ABROAD: Casey, Cherundolo notch German Cup goals

After going scoreless off the bench in his first two league games for his new club Mainz of the German First Division, CONOR CASEY struck twice in MainzÆs 5-2 first-round German Cup win at VfR Aalen of the Third Division Aug. 22. ... STEVE CHERUNDOLO, who hadnÆt scored in 131 league games since joining Hannover in 1999, notched a goal ...
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TV Schedule for Aug. 23-30

All times ET unless noted. Consult your regular television listings guides for availability in your area. Schedules are subject to change.

MONDAY, Aug. 23

MSNBC

2004 Summer Olympic Games, Women, Semifinal Doubleheader GERMANY-USA and BRAZIL-SWEDEN (live), 10:55 am.

FOX SPORTS WORLD

No live games.

FOX SPORTS EN ESPANOL

No live games.

TELEMUNDO

2004 Summer Olympic Games, Women, Semifinal Doubleheader GERMANY-USA and BRAZIL-SWEDEN (live), 10:55 am.

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MLS Results for Aug. 21

Aug. 21 in Foxboro, Mass.

New England 1 Kansas City 2. Goals: Twellman (Noonan, Baker) 11; Wolff 39, Arnaud (Jewsbury, Wolff) 66.

New England - Reis, Ralston, John, Pierce, Leonard (Dorman, 81), Baker (Brillant, 46), Cancela, Joseph, Kamler (Heaps, 60), Noonan, Twellman.

Kansas City - Oshoniyi, Graham, Conrad, Thomas, Garcia, Zotinca, Gutierrez, Zavagnin, Simutenkov (Jewsbury, 61), Arnaud, Wolff (Gomez, 78).

Yellow Cards: Kansas City ...
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OLYMPICS: Men's Soccer Schedule and Results (Aug. 21)

Group A

Aug. 11 in Thessaloniki

Greece 2 (Taralidis 78, Papadapoulos pen. 82) South Korea 2 (Kim Dong Jin 43, own goal 64).

Aug 11 in Volos

Mali 0 Mexico 0.

Aug 14 in Athens

South Korea 1 (Kim Jung Woo 16) Mexico 0.

Aug 14 in Thessaloniki

Greece 0 Mali 2 (Berthe 2, Ndiaye 45).

Aug 17 in Thessaloniki

South Korea 3 (Cho Jae Jin 57, 59, own ...
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USA-JAMAICA ANALYSIS: Americans beamed as if the point had been three

BY RIDGE MAHONEY

in Kingston, Jamaica

It was not business as usual at ''The Office'' Wednesday when the U.S. and Jamaica met for the fourth time in the National Stadium for a World Cup qualifier. This time, there were goals in addition to the frenzied play and an electrifying atmosphere.

After scoreless draws in 1988, 1997 and 2001, the match that opened the ...
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OLYMPICS: U.S. tops Japan, awaits semifinal rematch with Germany

Kristine Lilly and Abby Wambach scored goals, and the U.S. women's national soccer team moved into the Olympic semifinals with a 2-1 victory Friday over Japan in Thessaloniki, Greece.

Lilly gave the Americans the advantage just before halftime, and Wambach scored the winner in the 58th minute after a failed Japanese offside trap before 1,411 on a warm evening at Kaftanzolglio ...
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