Soccer America Daily
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
  • App State drops men's soccer and two other men's programs

    The Mountaineers, a powerhouse in the late 1970s under Hank Steinbrecher, were coming off their best season in years. Read the whole story

  • Wednesday morning: What we're reading (and listening to)

    1. How sports can help rebuild America By Tom Farrey (Aspen Institute Project Play)
    2. Running on empty? Charity events wary in time of COVID-19 By Will Graves (AP)
    3. For some Italians, the future of work looks like the past By Jason Horowitz (New York Times)

  • Der Klassiker: Bayern Road Runner puts on a show

    Bayern Munich took command in the Bundesliga race with a 1-0 win at Borussia Dortmund in which Canadian Alphonso Davies was again a star. Read the whole story

  • Watch: Timothy Chandler's supersub goal for Eintracht Frankfurt

    The 30-year-old German-American who played 29 times for the USA in 2011-16 volleyed home the equalizer in a 3-3 tie with Freiburg. Read the whole story

  • Yanks Abroad: Tuesday, May 26

    Germany (Bundesliga) John Brooks, Wolfsburg, 81 minutes (4-1 at Bayer Leverkusen)
    -- Timmy Chandler, Eintracht Frankfurt, sub-10 minutes, 1 goal (3-3 vs. Freiburg)
    -- Gio Reyna, Borussia Dortmund, sub-19 minutes (0-1 vs. Bayern Munich)
    -- Josh Sargent, Werder Bremen, 72 minutes (0-0 vs. Bor. M'Gladbach)

  • Program cuts: 2020-21 NCAA Division I sports

    *Alabama-Huntsville (M/W). Men: ice hockey, tennis; Women: tennis.
    Akron (M/W). Men: cross country, golf; Women: tennis.
    Appalachian State (W). Men: soccer, tennis, indoor track & field.
    Bowling Green (M/W). Men: baseball.
    Central Michigan (W). Men: indoor and outdoor track & field.
    Cincinnati (W). Men: soccer.
    East Carolina (W): Men: swimming, tennis; Women: swimming, tennis.
    FIU (M/W). Men: indoor track & field.
    Furman (M/W). Men: baseball, lacrosse.
    Old Dominion (M/W). Men: wrestling.
    Wisconsin-Green Bay (M/W). Men: golf; Women: golf.
    *Men's ice hockey was only Division I sport.
    Note: M=sponsors men's soccer; W=sponsors women's soccer.