Soccer America Daily
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
  • Jonathan Gonzalez's career stays on promising path since switch to Mexico

    The 19-year-old Californian hopes to play for Mexico in next year's Under-20 World Cup in Poland. Read the whole story

  • DaMarcus Beasley knows all about winning cup finals

    The 36-year-old defender will be playing for his 13th club trophy when Houston hosts Philadelphia in Wednesday's Open Cup final. Read the whole story

  • Trivia: Most U.S. Open Cup titles (MLS teams)

    4 Chicago Fire (1998, 2000, 2003, 2006)
    4 Seattle Sounders (2009, 2010, 2011, 2014)
    4 Sporting KC (2004, 2012, 2015, 2017) 
    3 D.C. United (1996, 2008, 2013)
    2 FC Dallas (1997, 2016)
    2 LA Galaxy (2001, 2005)
    1 Columbus Crew (2002)
    1 New England Revolution (2007)

  • What They're Saying: Kendall Waston

    "I'm not happy at all. Personally, I don't think it was the right moment but I'm not in charge of the club. I don't agree but this is my personal opinion. It hurts a lot because I don't think it was the proper way it happened."

    -- Vancouver Whitecaps captain Kendall Waston on head coach Carl Robinson's departure with five games to go in the regular season. The Costa Rican defender, a five-year veteran, added that he came to the 'Caps because of the coaches, not for the club. (Canadian Press)

  • Calendar: MLS, Week 31

    Wednesday, September 26
    NYCFC vs. Chicago 7 pm.
    Saturday, September 29
    Chicago vs. LAFC 3:30 pm.
    Seattle vs. Colorado 4 pm.
    D.C. United  vs. Montreal 7 pm.
    Toronto FC vs. New England 7:30 pm.
    Columbus vs. Philadelphia  7:30 pm.
    Minnesota United vs. NYCFC 8 pm.
    Houston vs. San Jose 8:30 pm.
    LA Galaxy vs. Vancouver 10 pm.
    Portland vs. FC Dallas 10:30 pm.
    Sunday, September 30
    NY Red Bulls vs. Atlanta United 1 pm.
    Sporting KC vs. Real Salt Lake 5 pm.
    All times ET.

  • Watch: Insult added to injury in crazy goalmouth scramble

    Fallen Ante Puljic prevented a shot from his own team, Al-Faisaly, entering Ohod's net in this wacky 30 seconds of soccer. Read the whole story

  • Top 10: NCAA Division I women's scorers

    12 (1) Raimee Sherle, Boise State (Meridian, Idaho)
    11 (2) Tatum Barton, Colorado (Littleton, Colo.)
    11 (3) Laadi Issaka, Mississippi Valley (Ghana)
    11 (3) Cece Kizer, Mississippi (Overland Park, Kan.)
    10 (5) April Trowbridge, Northwestern State (Canada)
    9 (6) Chloe Arnold, Chattanooga (Bristol, Tenn.)
    9 (6) Mimi Asom, Princeton (Dallas, Texas)
    9 (6) Samantha Jehnings, San Francisco (Canyon Country, Calif.)
    9 (6) Katie Moller, North Dakota (West Linn, Ore.)
    9 (6) Kelsey Mothershead, UMKC (Smithville, Mo.)

  • Andres Cantor on the U.S. national teams of the past, the next coach and countries U.S. should (or shouldn't) emulate

    Play-by-play man Andres Cantor has broadcast more than 6,000 games from myriad leagues and national team competitions. Read the whole story