Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, September 28, 2021
  • West Virginia men climb to new heights

    With one of the toughest non-schedule schedules in the country, the unbeaten Mountaineers attained their highest national ranking ever. Read the whole story

  • Top 10: NCAA Division I men's rankings

    United Soccer Coaches, Week 5:
    1. Georgetown (7-0-0). Zach Riviere had goal and assist in 3-0 win over Dartmouth.
    2. Washington (7-0-0). Kalani Kossa-Rienzi's first career goal clinched 2-0 win at Portland.
    3. West Virginia (6-0-2). Steven Tekesky has five shutouts (25 in his career).
    4. Duke (6-1-0). Eliot Hamill named ACC Defensive Player of the Week for third time.
    5. Marshall (4-1-3). Vitor Dias and Vinicius Fernandes scored in 2-0 win over Akron.
    6. New Hampshire (9-0-0). Rallied with 4 second-half goals to beat Hartford (4-1).
    7. Tulsa (7-0-0). Beat South Florida (5-2) and Memphis (1-0) on road in AAC openers.
    8. Maryland (7-1-0). Freshman Hunter George has first goal in 2-1 win over Ohio State.
    9. Loyola Marymount  (9-0-1). Beat Cal (1-0) on Narciso Cervantes' team-high fourth goal.
    10. Kentucky (5-0-2). Played to 0-0 tie with Marshall, second C-USA tie for both teams.
    (Click here for complete Top 25.)
    Note: Records are for games played through Sunday, September 26.

  • Watch: A record-setting golazo from UW-Milwaukee

    Jelena Sever's kickoff hit the net at the 3.2 second mark, breaking the NCAA fastest goal record previously held by Sylvia Forbes and Yael … Read the whole story

  • Top 10: NCAA Division I women's rankings

    United Soccer Coaches, Week 6:
    1. Florida State (10-0-0). Only unbeaten and untied team in the country.
    2. Virginia (10-1-0). Diana Ordonez scored winner in 1-0 win over Duke.
    3. UCLA (8-0-1). Unbeaten Oregon (5-0-4) held Bruins to 0-0 tie before 2,085 fans.
    4. Duke (7-1-1). Lost to Virginia (1-0) and tied 10-player Virginia Tech (1-1).
    5. North Carolina (8-1-1). Keeper Claudia Dickey scored PK in 3-0 win over Clemson.
    6. Pepperdine (9-1-0). Joelle Anderson leads Waves with 6 goals and 2 assists.
    7. Stanford (7-2-0). Limited Utah to four shots in Pac-12 opener (3-0 win).
    8. Arkansas (8-2-0). Opened SEC play with wins over Texas A&M and Ole Miss.
    9. Rutgers (7-2-0). Beat Nebraska for first tine since joining Big Ten (1-0).
    10. TCU (8-2-0).  Lost first conference game since 2019 with 2-1 loss to Baylor.
    (Click here for complete Top 25.)
    Note: Records are for games played through Sunday, September 26.

  • Glenn Crooks on his broadcasting career, New Jersey soccer culture, the youth landscape, and coaching Carli Lloyd in college

    The host of SiriusXM FC's "The Coaching Academy" and NYCFC radio commentator also coaches youth ball at PDA. Read the whole story

  • Top 5: NCAA Division I scorers

    1. Theo Collomb (UNC Greensboro), Nick Markanich (Northern Illinois) 11 goals.
    3. Tyler Bagley (Cornell), Lucca Dourado (UCF) 8 goals.
    5. Taylor Calheira (UMBC), Maxi Hopfer (Duquesne), Deandre Kerr (Syracuse), Reshaun Walkes (UTRGV), Rene White (NJIT), 7 goals.
    1. Mollie Belisle (Georgia) 12 goals.
    2. Nicole Douglas (Arizona State), Courtney Marten (ULM) 11 goals.
    4. Kirsten Davis (Texas Tech), Sammi Fisher (Notre Dame), Zsani Kajan (St. John's), Miri Taylor (Hofstra) 10 goals.
    Note: Men's statistics through Sept. 27; women's statistics through Sept. 26.