• College: Men's Division II Scores
    Men's NCAA Division II Northeast Region 1 S. Connecticut 17-0-1 DA Stony Brook 8-0, TH NHC 1-1 2 New Hamphire Col. 13-1-1 TA So Conn 1-1 3 C.W. Post 12-4-0 DA NJ Tech 6-0, LA Lock Haven 1-2 4 F. Pierce 10-4-0 LA Sacred Heart 0-3 5 Dowling 9-6-0 DH NJ Tech 4-2, DH Albany 1-0 6 Southampton 11-4-0 DH Mercy 5-0 7 Merrimack 11-5-0 DA Bentley 4-3, LA Quinnipiac 0-2 8 Albany 10-5-0 DA Stony Brook 5-2, LA Dowling 0-1 8 New Haven 11-5-0 DH AIC 6-0, DA Stonehill 4-0 10 Quinnipiac 10-7-1 LH Stonehill 0-1, DH Merrimack 2-0 ...
  • College: Women's Division III Scores
    Women's NCAA Division III Central Region 1 Macalester 15-1-0 DH Gustavus 1-0 2 St. Thomas 14-2-0 DA St. Olaf 2-1, DH Hamline 6-0 3 St. Benedict 11-2-3 No scores reported 4 Wheaton 12-4-1 DA St. MaryÆs 4-0 5 Gustavus 12-4-1 DH Augsburg 4-0, LA Macalester 0-1 6 Chicago 11-3-2 DH Grinnell 2-0, DH Emory 1-0, DH NYU 2-0 7 UW-Stevens Point 10-5-1 DA UW Whitewater 3-0, DH UW Lacrosse 3-0 8 UW-River Falls 10-4-1 LA Carleton 0-2, DH Bethel 3-2 (OT) 9 Augsburg 10-4-2 LA Gustavus 0-4 10 UW-Eau Claire 10-6-1 DH UW Oshkosh 7-0 Great Lakes Region 1 ...
  • College: Women's Division II Scores
    Women's NCAA Division II New England Region 1 F. Pierce 16-0-0 DH Green Mountain 2-0, DH St. Anselm 1-0 (OT), DA Sacred Heart 2-0 2 New Hampshire 14-2-0 DH Bentley 7-0, DA So Conn St. 2-0 3 St. Anselm 12-4-0 LA Fr. Pierce 0-1 (OT), DA Amer. IntÆl 2-1 3 Merrimack 11-5-0 LH Quinnipiac 2-3 3 Assumption 10-5-1 LH New Haven 1-2, DH Quinnipiac 4-1, DA St. MichaelÆs 2-1 South Region 1 Lynn 14-1-1 DH St. Cloud St. 10-0, DH Drury 7-0 2 Barry 11-1-2 DH Drury 2-0, DH St. Cloud St. 8-1 3 W. Florida 11-3-1 DA Loyola ...
  • College: Women's Division I Scores
    Women's NCAA Division I Great Lakes Region 1 Notre Dame 16-0-1 DH Seton Hall 7-1, DH UConn 1-0 2 Minnesota 16-1-1 DH Butler 2-0, DH Baylor 3-0 3 Michigan 15-2-1 DA Detroit 6-0, DH Michigan St. 3-1 4 Evansville 12-5-0 DH UW-Milwaukee 2-1 (OT), DH Illinois St. 2-0 5 Cincinnati 12-4-2 TA NC Charlotte 1-1 (OT), LA NC State 0-2 6 Butler 9-6-1 LA Minnesota 0-2 7 Marquette 11-1-3 vs Creighton cancelled due to weather 8 UW-Milwaukee 11-2-2 LA Evansville 1-2 (OT), DH Wright St. 3-0 9 Northwestern 9-6-0 DH Missouri 6-0, DA N Illinois 4-0 10 Xavier 12-4-0 LA ...
  • World Cup '98 Qualifying Results: European Playoffs, First Leg
    Oct. 29 in Zagreb Croatia 2 Ukraine 0. Goals: Bilic 11, Vlaovic 49. Croatia -- Ladic, Jarni, Bilic, Prosinecki, Stanic (Asanovic, 59), Saric, Simic, Juric, Suker, Boban (Jurcic, 67), Vlaovic (Cvitanovic, 83). Ukraine -- Shovkovsky, Dmytrulin, Skrypnyk, Koval, Vashchuk, Gusin, Maximov (Hetsko, 86), Nahornyak (Zubov, 60), Kosovsky, Atelkin (Mykhailenko, 53), Rebrov. Att.: 20,000. Oct. 29 in Moscow Russia 1 Italy 1. Goals: Yuran 51; Vieri 49. Russia -- Ovchinnikov, Kovtun, Chugainov, Onopko (Tsveiba, 41), Popov (Tikhonov, 80), Radimov, Yanovsky, Alenichev, Kanchelskis (Khokhlov, 46), Kolyvanov, Yuran. Italy -- Pagliuca (Bufon, 31), Pessotto (Benarrivo, 60), Nesta, Cannavaro, Costacurta, Maldini, D.Baggio, Di Matteo, ...
  • College: NSCAA/Umbro Select Men's Rankings
    Men's NCAA Division I School Record Pts. 1 Indiana 16-0-0 760 2 Stanford 13-0-2 713 3 Virginia 10-2-3 636 4 St. JohnÆs 13-2-2 617 5 So. Methodist 12-2-0 593 6 Duke 13-3-0 571 7 Washington 11-2-2 563 8 American 9-3-3 487 9 UCLA 13-2-0 420 10 South Carolina 9-2-1 405 11 Creighton 11-3-1 375 12 Dartmouth 7-1-3 350 13 William & Mary 11-2-1 332 14 Maryland 11-3-1 253 15 Clemson 8-4-3 156 16 Saint Louis 10-4-3 154 17 Marquette 10-4-2 125 18 N.C. State 10-4-0 107 19 J. Madison 10-3-2 80 20 Gonzaga 12-3-0 46 ...
  • College: SA Women's Team of the Week (Oct. 20-26)
    G Tina Steck (Towson) (1) Blanks Hofstra, Delaware to set school shutout mark D Terra May (Evansville) (1) UW-Milwaukee and Illinois St. held to 6 shots on goal D Kelly Young (Saint Louis) (1) Freshman sweeper¦s first goal beats UW-Milwaukee M Sara Burkett (Clemson) (2) Scores first goal in 2-0 shocker over Virginia M Emily Burt (Stanford) (2) Winners puts Cardinal back over .500 M Colleen O¦Connor (Fairfield) (1) Goal vs. Loyola to take MAAC regular-season title F Traci Arkenberg (UCLA) (1) Hits gamewinner over crosstown rival USC F Robin Confer (North Carolina) (1) Hat trick in 4-0 rout of ...
  • College: SA Men's Team of the Week (Oct. 20-26)
    G Jay Palmer (Hofstra) (2) 2 shutouts upped school record to 9 D Josh Keller (UCLA) (1) Hat trick against Cal State Los Angeles D Roberto Vargas (Connecticut) (1) Scored OT gamewinner against Notre Dame M Andriy Shapowal (Virginia) (1) 22-yard free kick beat Duke M Chris Slosar (Michigan St.) (1) 2 goals in final 2 minutes beat Penn St. M Mark Simpson (Rutgers) (1) 3 goals, 1 assist in 3 conference wins M Ian Russell (Washington) (1) 2 goals and 3 assists in win over Oregon St. F Justin Sells (New Mexico) (1) 2 goals and an assist vs. ...
  • College: Soccer America Men's Top 20 (Oct. 27)
    Note: through games of Oct. 26 Rank/Team Record Last Week 1. Indiana 16-0-0 1 2. Stanford 13-0-2 4 3. UCLA 13-2-0 5 4. Virginia 10-2-3 6 5. SMU 12-2-0 2 6. Duke 13-3-0 3 7. Washington 11-2-2 7 8. South Carolina 9-2-1 10 9. St. John's 13-2-2 13 10. Creighton 11-3-1 12 11. American 9-3-3 11 12. Dartmouth 7-1-3 15 13. Maryland 11-3-1 9 14. Clemson 8-4-3 16 15. N.C. State 10-4-0 8 16. William & Mary 11-2-1 18 17. Air Force 11-2-0 17 18. New Mexico 11-5-0 nr 19. Gonzaga 12-3-0 nr 20. James Madison 10-3-2 ...
  • World Cup '98 Qualifying Results: Asia (Oct. 24-26)
    Group A Oct. 24 in Kuwait City Kuwait 0 Qatar 1 (Khamisi 10). Half: 0-1. Att.: 20,000. Oct. 24 in Riyadh Saudi Arabia 1 (Masaad 89) Iran 0. Half: 0-0. Att.: 60,000. TEAM GP W T L GF GA P Iran 6 3 2 1 13 6 11 S. Arabia 6 3 1 2 6 5 10 Kuwait 6 2 1 3 7 7 7 China 5 2 1 2 7 10 7 Qatar 5 1 1 3 2 7 4 GROUP B Oct. 25 in Tashkent Uzbekistan 4 (Shkverin 20, 33, Fyodorov 43, Kasimov 73) ...
  • College: Soccer America Women's Top 20 (Oct. 27)
    Note: through games of Oct. 26 Rank/Team Record Last Week 1. North Carolina 17-0-1 1 2. Notre Dame 16-0-1 2 3. Santa Clara 14-1-1 3 4. Portland 11-3-0 4 5. Connecticut 16-2-0 5 6. Texas A&M 15-2-0 8 7. Nebraska 15-2-0 10 8. Florida 14-2-1 9 9. Virginia 12-2-2 6 10. Minnesota 16-1-1 11 11. Duke 13-3-0 7 12. William & Mary 13-4-0 12 13. Hartford 13-1-1 13 14. SMU 13-4-0 14 15. Massachusetts 15-2-0 15 16. Maryland 9-5-2 16 17. Clemson 11-5-0 17 18. UCLA 13-2-0 20 19. Penn State 13-4-1 nr 20. Michigan 15-2-1 nr ...
  • MLS: Individual and AT&T Best Eleven Awards
    At the MLS gala awards dinner October 25 in Washington D.C., league top performers were honored. Preki had already captured the Budweiser Scoring Championship at the conclusion of the regular season. 1997 MLS Individual Award Winners Award Player Position Team Honda Most Valuable Player Preki M Kansas City Wizards BIC Defender of the Year Eddie Pope D D.C. United Pepsi Goalkeeper of the Year Brad Friedel GK Columbus Crew Bandai Rookie of the Year Mike Duhaney D Tampa Bay Mutiny Mastercard Goal of the Year Marco Etcheverry M D.C. United Snickers Fair Play Award Mark Chung M ...
  • 1997 MLS Cup Starting Lineups
    Oct. 26 in WASHINGTON D.C. Colorado -- Hahnemann, Martinez, Vermes, Trittschuh, S. Henderson, Balboa, Kmosko, C. Henderson, Pantino, Rammel, Bravo. D.C. United -- Garlick, Vaudreuil, Pope, Llamosa, Agoos, Williams, Sanneh, Harkes, Etcheverry, Moreno, Diaz Arce.
  • 1998 MLS Expansion Draft
    The Chicago Fire won the first pick at the 1998 MLS Expansion Draft, to be held on Thursday, November 6, at 1:00 p.m. (ET), by a coin toss. The second 1998 MLS expansion team, the Miami Fuson, will pick first in the other draft of their choice (either the 1998 Supplemntal Draft or the 1998 College Draft).
  • 1997 MLS Cup Summary: D.C. United 2 Colorado 1
    D.C. UNITED 2 COLORADO 1 Oct. 26 in Washington, D.C. D.C. United 2 Colorado 1. Goals: Moreno (Sanneh, Vaudreuil) 37, Sanneh (Harkes, Williams) 68; Paz (Patino, Kmosko) 75. D.C. United -- Garlick, Vaudreuil, Pope, Llamosa, Agoos, Williams, Sanneh, Harkes, Etcheverry, Moreno, Diaz Arce. Colorado -- Hahnemann, Martinez (Paz, 59), Vermes, Trittschuh, S. Henderson (Paule, 81), Balboa, Kmosko, C. Henderson, Pantino, Rammel, Bravo (Harris, 27). Yellow cards: D.C. United -- Garlick 20; Colorado -- Balboa 86. Referee: Brian Hall. Att.: 57, 431. SA Report Card D.C. United Player Rating Comment Garlick 6 Didn't let his team down ...