Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
  • Soccer America Men's College Top 25

    Virginia remained the top-ranked team in the Top 25 rankings ahead of Washington, SMU, Stanford and St. Mary's. Read the whole story

  • Soccer America Women's College Top 25

    Stanford remained No. 1 in the Soccer America Women's College Top 25 rankings. The rest of the top five remained the same. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Carli Lloyd

    "There's no denying it. I deserved to be on that field that whole World Cup, but I wasn't. And I think I've grown as a person, as a player. It sucked. It absolutely sucked."

    -- U.S. women's national team star Carli Lloyd, who started only one of the seven games in which she appeared at the 2019 Women's World Cup. She said her reserve role the last three years was the "worst time of my life," affecting her relationship with her husband and friends and the "rock bottom of my entire career." She added, though, she learned a lot and was having more fun than she's ever had in her career. (Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy)

  • Watch: Marta's 21-yard half-volley golazo

    Marta's goal is a NWSL Goal of the Week candidate along with strikes by Darian Jenkins, Domi Richardson and Amy Rodriguez. Read the whole story

  • Evening Edition: What's in the news ...

    1. U.S. Soccer will install as many as 3,182 additional seats at Mapfre Stadium in Columbus, Ohio, to accommodate fans interested in attending the USA-Sweden women's game on Nov. 7. Temporary bleachers will be placed in the south, and possibly north, ends of the stadium. Without the additional seats, the stadium holds almost 20,000 fans. The match is expected to be the first for the U.S. women under their new coach.

    2. Allen Chapman has been named MLS Referee of the Year for the second time in three years. Chapman, who officiated the 2019 U.S. Open Cup final, has been assigned 162 MLS games in his career that began in 2012. Brian Dunn, whose work also dates back to 2012, was named the 2019 MLS Assistant Referee of the Year.

    3. There are new No. 1 teams at the NCAA Division III level in the latest United Soccer Coaches rankings. Amherst (10-0-2) took over the top spot in the men's poll, while the new No. 1 women's team is Middlebury (10-0-1). Azusa Pacific (10-0-0) is No. 1 in the NCAA Division II men's poll for the second straight week, while Colorado-Colorado Springs (12-0-0) holds the top spot in the NCAA Division II women's rankings for the third consecutive week.