• Late heroics save U.S. U-23s against Norway
    U.S. 4, Norway 4; U.S. 2, Norway 1 Scott Vermillion's 83rd-minute goal offset a hat trick by Norway's Steffan Iversen and earned the U.S. under-23 national team a 4-4 tie with Norway's U-23 team Feb. 2 in Tampa, Fla. The U.S. erased a 4-2 deficit in what was Bruce Arena's international coaching debut played at Pepin-Rood Stadium on the University of Tampa campus. Iversen had given Norway a 3-1 lead at halftime. But second half strikes by Damian Silvera and Imad Baba, along with a Norwegian goal by Daniel Hestad, got the U.S. to within one. …
  • Olympics: Arena adds three players, drops three
    U.S. Olympic men's team coach Bruce Arena added three players to his under-23 team that is preparing for this summer's Olympic soccer tournament: South Carolina defender Tony Soto, Wisconsin midfielder Mike Gentile and former Virginia striker Nate Friends. At the same time, Arena released three players who have been in camp: midfielders Brian Kelly and Billy Baumhoff and striker Pete Marino. Friends and Gentile report to camp Feb. 18, while Soto will join the team March 1. The following players are on the traveling squad for the match against Danish club Aalborg Feb. 17 in Pensacola, Fla.: …
  • Olympics: U.S. men lose friendly
    Jan. 29 in Bradenton, Fla. U.S. U-23s 2, Hannover (Germany) 3. Goals: Wood 81, 85; Borodiuk 53, Livke 65, Kovacer 70. U.S. U-23s -- Cassar, Pollard, Peay, Vermillion, DuHaney (Kelly, 46), Fisher (Vargas, 46), Walsh (McKeon, 46), Hejduk, Silvera, Joseph, Wood. Hannover -- Eisenmenger, Schneider, Kluil, Prinlein, Livke, Vermesovic, Babatl (Dittel, 46), Dehne, Benthin (Kovacer, 46), Borodiuk, Majak.
  • 1995-96 UEFA Cup Results
    First Round, First Leg Sept. 12 in Bratislava Slovan Bratislava (Slovakia) 2 Kaiserslautern (Germany) 1 Goals: Tittel (28), Sobona (64); Hollerbach (64). Att.: 20,000. Sept. 12 in Odessa Chornomorets Odessa (Ukraine) 1 Widzew Lodz (Poland) 0. Goal: Kozakevich (87). Att.: 15,000. Sept 12 in Freiburg Freiburg (Germany) 1 Slavia Prague (Czech Rep.) 2. Goals: Todt (78); Novotny (23), Penicka (75). Att.: 18,000. Sept 12 in Chisinau Zimbru Chisinau (Moldova) 1 RAF Riga (Latvia) 0. Goal: Treestimitanu (40). Att.: 7,000. Sept. 12 in Lahti MyPa (Finland) 1 PSV Eindhoven (Netherlands) 1. …
  • Olympics: Arena names 18 players for Norway series
    U.S. men's Olympic team coach Bruce Arena named 18 players for the U.S. U-23 team's series against Norway Feb. 2-4 in Florida: Goalkeepers -- Zach Thornton (free agent), Jeff Cassar (FIU). Defenders -- Frankie Hejduk (free agent), Scott Vermillion (Virginia), Clint Peay (MLS), Mike DuHaney (MLS), Brandon Pollard (Virginia). Midfielders -- Imad Baba (Clemson), Miles Joseph (Clemson), Nelson Vargas (free agent), Mike Fisher (Virginia), Damian Silvera (Virginia), Billy Walsh (Virginia), Matt McKeon (St. Louis), Brian Kelly (Duke). Strikers -- Pete Marino (free agent), A.J. Wood (free agent), Mac Cozier (UNC Charlotte).
  • 1995 CAA Standings
    TeamWLT William & Mary700 Old Dominion421 James Madison421 George Mason430 American322 VCU250 UNC Wilmington250 East Carolina070
  • 1995 Conference USA Standings
    TeamWLT Cincinnati410 Louisville410 UNC Charlotte221 Evansville221 Marquette140 Memphis140
  • 1995 Conference USA Tournament
    First Round Evansville 1, Marquette 0 UNC Charlotte 4, Memphis 1 Semifinals Evansville 1, Cincinnati 0 UNC Charlotte 4, Louisville 0 Final UNC Charlotte 1, Evansville 0
  • Conference USA Champions
    1995 -- UNC Charlotte
  • 1995 All-Ivy League
    Goalkeeper -- Marybeth Bell (Cornell); Defense -- Jaime Chu (Harvard), Becky D'Aleo (Cornell), Jen Daly (Cornell), Annie Kwon (Yale), Sara Noonan (Harvard); Offense -- Jenna Kurowski (Dartmouth), Melissa McBean (Dartmouth), Naomi Miller (Harvard), Lori Penny (Cornell), Emily Stauffer (Harvard). Player of the Year -- Emily Stauffer (Harvard) Rookie of the Year -- Naomi Miller (Harvard)
  • Hejduk sparks U.S. U-23s past Denmark
    U.S. 2, Denmark 1 San Diego native Frankie Hejduk scored and set up another goal to give the U.S. under-23 national team a 2-1 win over Denmark Feb. 7 on the campus of UC San Diego. Hejduk stuck in a rebound of a Pete Marino shot in the 24th minute then assisted on A.J. Wood's goal four minutes later. Kern Lyhne netted the Danes' only goal in the 87th minute. International Friendly Feb. 7 in San Diego U.S. U-23s 2, Denmark U-23s 1. Goals: Hejduk (24), Wood (28); Lyhne (87). U.S. --Snitko, Pope …
  • WAC Champions
    1995 -- San Diego State
  • 1995 Big South Tournament
    First Round UMBC 2, Liberty 0 Charleston Southern 1, Radford 0 Semifinals UNC Asheville 3, UMBC 0 UNC Greensboro 5, Charleston Southern 1 Final UNC Asheville 1, UNC Greensboro 0
  • Big South Champions
    1993 -- Campbell 1994 -- UNC Greensboro 1995 -- UNC Asheville
  • 1995 CAA Tournament
    First Round George Mason 6, American 2 William & Mary 9, East Carolina 0 Old Dominion 3, UNC Wilmington 0 James Madison 4, Virginia Commonwealth 0 Semifinals William & Mary 4, George Mason 1 James Madison 3, Old Dominion 2 Final James Madison 2, William & Mary 0
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