Goalkeeper: Matt Turner (New England). In goal for 17 of Revs' record-tying 22 wins.
Defenders: Yeimar (Seattle). Earned first Colombia call-up in November at age 29.
-- Miles Robinson (Atlanta United). Second Best XI selection in three years.
-- Walker Zimmerman (Nashville SC). Also selected in 2019 and 2020.
Midfielders: Tajon Buchanan (New England). Only third Canadian selected in 26 seasons.
-- Carles Gil (New England). Finished with MLS-high 18 assists in 28 games.
-- Hany Mukhtar (Nashville SC). Led MLS with 28 combined goals and assists.
-- Joao Paulo (Seattle). Luciano Emilio (2007) is only other Brazilian on Best XI.
Forwards: Gustavo Bou (New England). Scored career-high 15 goals in 30 games.
-- Valentin Castellanos (NYCFC). Golden Ball winner with 19 goals.
-- Raul Ruidiaz (Seattle). One of Sounders' three picks for second year in a row.
Note: New England's four picks are most by a team since LA Galaxy in 2011.
The 41-year-old Spaniard described the chance to lead FC Dallas as a "phenomenal opportunity." Read the whole story
In April of 2020, MLS stepped into to provide a replacement for U.S. Soccer's DA, adding a far-reaching dimension to the Frenchman's MLS job. Read the whole story
After eight years with the Chicago Red Stars, the U.S. national team star is headed to Angel City FC. Read the whole story
Host Santa Clara gets a chance to win two titles in one year at the final four, which kicks off Friday with two games. Read the whole story
1. ‘Why not us?’ Santa Clara topples giants, defies conventions in College Cup return By Ann Killion (San Francisco Chronicle)
2. Florida State’s soccer team seeking to add to recent dominance with a third national title By Andre C. Fernandez (Tallahassee Democrat)
3. The Jersey-est team at Rutgers is also the best. Will women’s soccer win an NCAA title? By Steve Politi (NJ.com)
4. BYU women’s soccer coach Jennifer Rockwood finally reached the top of the mountain By Jay Drew (Deseret News)
The United Soccer Coaches' selection of 47 players for All-America honors includes four players mentioned for a third or fourth time. Read the whole story
Reid won three NCAA Division II championships at Southern Connecticut and one NCAA Division I championship at UConn. Read the whole story
Women: (Venue: Greensboro, NC, Viewing: NCAA.com)
Loras (22-0-1) vs. Christopher Newport (20-0-1), 11 a.m. ET
*TCNJ (20-0-2) vs. Wesleyan (18-1-2), 1:45 p.m. ET
*Retiring coach Joe Russo is taking Lions to 13th final four.
Previous champions: TCNJ (1993, 1994, 2000).
Men: (Venue: Greensboro, NC, Viewing: NCAA.com)
Connecticut College (17-4-1) vs. Washington & Lee (18-1-2), 5 p.m. ET
UChicago (16-5-1) vs. Amherst (16-2-2), 7:45 p.m. ET
Previous champions: Amherst (2015).
The camp with 24 players begins Tuesday in Chula Vista, Calif., in preparation for next year's Concacaf U-20 Women's Championship. Read the whole story