Saturday morning: What's in the news ...

1. The first leg of the Liga MX's Apertura final between Monterrey and Club America averaged 1,344,000 viewers, the most on the Spanish-language network since the 2015 UEFA Champions League final between Barcelona and Juventus. The Monterrey-America game delivered 1,496,000 viewers in all across FS1, Fox Deportes and Fox Sports' streaming services. It was the first Liga MX final to air on Fox Deportes. Sunday's second leg will air on Univision and TUDN.

2. The Philadelphia Union reached an agreement on a new contract with veteran defender Aurelien Collin for the 2020 season. The Frenchman, who was an MLS Best XI pick in 2012 and MLS Cup 2013 MVP, first joined the Union as a free agent for the 2019 season and will return on a one-year contract for the 2020 campaign. He proved to be a valuable backup, making six appearances for the Union.

Roster Moves: Major League Soccer 2020

3. Colgate hired Georgetown assistant Lyndse Hokanson as its new women’s head coach. She served five seasons as an assistant for the Hoyas, who made five consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, won three straight Big East championships and took two trips to the College Cup semifinals. Kathy Brawn resigned from her position following 29 years as the Red Raiders head coach. She won 312 games.
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