• COLLEGE WOMEN: NAIA Championship Tournament results
    NAIA TOURNAMENT Nov. 19-25 at Santa Barbara (Calif.) City CollegeFirst Round Wednesday, Nov. 19 Mary, N.D. 3 (Benedict 15, 20, Haugen 80) Malone, Ohio 1 (Huntington 27) Thomas, Ga. (McAuley 2, Cheyne 34) Northwood, Fla. 1 (Lorenzo 18) McKendree, Ill. 0 Northwood, Texas 0 (2OT) (McKendree advances on penalties, 4-1) Robert Morris, Ill. 6 (Amoah-Tetteh 13, Sackey 18, 42, 43, Baidu 63, 64) Park, Mo. 0Thursday, Nov. 20 Cal Baptist 1 (Davis 41) Union, Ky. 1 (Martin 25) (2OT) (Cal Baptist advances on penalties, 2-1)Second Round Thursday, Nov. 20 Lindsey Wilson, Ky. 8 (Udoh 6, Lipton 10, Petrovic pen. 16, ...
  • COLLEGE WOMEN: NAIA Championship result
    NAIA TOURNAMENT Nov. 19-25 at Santa Barbara (Calif.) City College Final Tuesday, Nov. 24 Westmont, Calif. 2 (Olson 31, Schoepke 158) Lindsey Wilson, Ky. 1 (Lirbank-Almbaek 26) (7OT)
  • COLLEGE WOMEN: No. 1 Lindsey Wilson, No. 2 Westmont advance to NAIA final
    Top-seeded Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) and No. 2 Westmont (Calif.) scored decisive victories Monday night at Santa Barbara (Calif.) City College to advance to the NAIA women's soccer championship game.Tuesday's final will be the first for Lindsey Wilson (25-1-0), which got a pair of second-half goals to overcome Concordia (Ore.), 2-0. Westmont (21-1-1), which dispatched William Jewell (Mo.), 5-1, is the two-time defending champion.Lindsey Wilson's men's soccer team has won six NAIA titles.Dani Petrovic headed home Nora Ohrnberg's 67th-minute corner kick, and Jill Lirbank-Almbaek scored on a sharp shot from Antoinette Anounga's feed in the 75th for Lindsey Wilson.Twins Karin and ...
  • COLLEGE WOMEN: NAIA semifinal results (Nov. 24)
    NAIA TOURNAMENT at Santa Barbara (Calif.) City College Semifinals Monday, Nov. 23 Lindsey Wilson, Ky. 2 (Petrovic 67, Lirbank-Almbaek 75) Concordia, Ore. 0 Westmont, Calif. 5 (Karin Sullivan 8, 51, Wyche 30, Kristi Sullivan 60, 90) William Jewell, Mo. 1 (McCarthy 70)Final Tuesday, Nov. 24 Lindsey Wilson, Ky. (25-1-0) vs. Westmont, Calif. (20-1-1), 7 p.m. PST
  • U.S. ABROAD (Nov. 21-22): U.S. keepers face off in English Premier League
    Manchester United's Tim Howard and Blackburn's Brad Friedel faced off in front of 67,748 fans at Old Trafford. In the 2-1 Man U win, Friedel conceded goals to Dutchman Ruud van Nistelrooy and Brazilian Kleberson. Howard was beaten by Brett Emerton.In Mexico, Daniel Hernandez, who has started five straight games, has qualified for the Apertura playoffs with Necaxa.MEXICO * Daniel Hernandez (Necaxa, D1) at Atlas, 1-1. Started: 90 minutes. Necaxa finished the regular season of the Apertura season 7th in the overall standings and 2nd in Group 4. Necaxa joins Pachuca, UNAM, Santos, Tigres and Atlante in the quarterfinals, which ...
  • COLLEGE WOMEN: NCAA/NAIA schedule
    DIVISION I Quarterfinals Friday, Nov. 28 Santa Clara (14-3-6) at North Carolina (24-0-0), 6 p.m. EST Penn State (19-3-2) at UCLA (19-1-3), 7 p.m. PST Florida State (16-7-1) at Florida (19-3-2), 6 p.m. ESTSaturday, Nov. 29 Brigham Young (14-5-3) at Connecticut (13-5-3), noon ESTDIVISION II Semifinals Dec. 4 at Virginia Beach, Va. (times TBA) Nebraska-Omaha (17-3-2) vs. Kennesaw State (23-1-0) Franklin Pierce (21-2-0) vs. UC San Diego (17-2-1)DIVISION III Semifinals Nov. 29 at Oneonta, N.Y. (times TBA) Chicago (16-1-4) vs, DePauw (15-4-1) Oneonta State (19-1-3) vs. The College of New Jersey (18-4-0)NAIA CHAMPIONSHIP at Santa Barbara (Calif.) City College Semifinals ...
  • COLLEGE MEN: NCAA Division I Results and Schedule
    First RoundFRIDAY RESULTSAt Berkeley, Calif. California 2 (Fukuda 8, Navarro 12) San Jose State 0At Blacksburg, Va. Virginia Tech 3 (O'Brien 21, 55, 58) Clemson 3 (Cutler 43, Moore 57, Souders 69) (Virginia Tech advances on penalties, 6-5)At Conway, S.C. Coastal Carolina 3, Davidson 0At Miami, Fla. Florida International 3 (Handy 47, Boswell 58, Einarsson 59), Central Florida 1 (Imran 69)At Santa Clara, Calif. Santa Clara 1 (Ustruck 65) SMU (Clark 78) (Santa Clara advances on penalties, 4-1)At Charlottesville, Va. Virginia 2 (Cristman 34, Holder 74) Seton Hall 0SATURDAY RESULTSAt Providence, R.I. Brown 0 St. Peter's 2 (Chambers 58, ...
  • COLLEGE WOMEN: Santa Clara gets past Portland on penalties; Carolina awaits in quarterfinals
    Defending NCAA Division I champion Portland exited this year's tournament on penalty kicks, falling to archrival Santa Clara following a 0-0 draw in a third-round clash Sunday on the Pilots' Merlo Field.The rematch of last year's title game, a game worthy of the final four, set up another -- with the No. 3-ranked Broncos (14-3-6) heading to No. 1 North Carolina (24-0-0) for next Friday's quarterfinals. Santa Clara beat the Tar Heels in the 2001 final and last year's semifinals.Florida State (16-7-1) also reached the elite eight for the first time, with a dramatic overtime victory at West Virginia, and ...
  • MLS: 2003 Awards
    Honda MVP: Preki (Kansas City)Gatorade Rookie of the Year: Damani Ralph (Chicago)ADT Defender of the Year: Carlos Bocanegra (Chicago)MLS Goalkeeper of the Year: Pat Onstad (San Jose)MLS Coach of the Year: Dave Sarachan (Chicago)Pepsi Goal of the Year: Damani Ralph (Chicago)GaS Play of the Year: Carlos Ruiz (Los Angeles)ACE Comeback Player of the Year: Chris Armas (Chicago)MLS Fair Play Award: Brian McBride (Columbus)U.S. Soccer Foundation Humanitarian of the Year: Ben Olsen (D.C. United)RadioShack Best XI:G Pat Onstad (San Jose)D Carlos Bocanegra (Chicago)D Eddie Pope (MetroStars)D Ryan Nelsen (D.C. United)M Mark Chung (Colorado)M Chris Armas (Chicago)M Preki (Kansas City)M DaMarcus ...
  • COLLEGE: Rio Grande knocks off defending NAIA men's champ Mobile
    No. 2 seed Rio Grande (Ohio) beat defending champion Mobile, 3-1, in the quarterfinals of the NAIA men's national championship at the Olathe (Kan.) District Activity Center.The Redmen got goals from Conar Dawson, Simon Carey and Tony Griffith to improve their record to 22-0-1.They meet third-seeded Hastings (Neb.) Monday in one semifinal. Fresno Pacific faces Berry in the other semifinal.Fernando Ramirez has five goals in two Fresno Pacific victories. He's one of five Sunbird starters from the Fresno Fuego team that reached the round of 16 of the 2003 U.S. Open Cup.
  • COLLEGE: NAIA Men's Tournament Scoreboard
    RESULTSFIRST ROUNDNov. 19Embry-Riddle 4 Simon Fraser 0 Alliant International 1 Si Tanka-Huron 0Bethel 1 Baker 1(Bethel wins 5-4 on penalties.)Virginia Intermont 3 John Brown 1SECOND ROUNDNov. 20Embry Riddle 4 Lindsey Wilson 2Lindenwood 3 Alliant International 0Hastings 2 Bethel 0Rio Grande2 Virginia Intermont 1Nov. 21Fresno Pacific 7 Southern Nazarene 1Berry 2 Grand View 0Park 1 Auburn Montgomery 1(Park wins 6-5 on penalties.)Mobile 3 Columbia (Mo.) 2 (OT)QUARTERFINALSNov. 22Fresno Pacific 3 Embry-Riddle 0Berry 3 Lindenwood 1 Hastings 1 Park 0Rio Grande 3 Mobile 1SCHEDULESEMIFINALSNov. 24#8 Fresno Pacific (21-1-0) vs. #5 Berry (21-1-1)#3 Hastings (23-1-0) vs. #2 Rio Grande (22-0-1)FINALNov. 25
  • COLLEGE: Yavapai prevails on penalties in sixth meeting against Mercer County in NCJAA men's final
    Yavapai of Prescott, Ariz., won the NJCAA Division I title with a 4-3 win on penalty kicks over Mercer County (N.J.) after the teams tied, 2-2, Sunday in the final in Tyler, Texas.The Roughriders, who won their fifth national JC title in 10 appearances in the final, also beat Mercer County in last year's final.This year's clash was the sixth time Yavapai and Mercer have met in the final. Yavapai also beat Mercer in 1997. The Vikings beat Yavapai in the 1991, 1995 and 1996 finals.
  • COLLEGE: NJCAA Division I Men's Scoreboard
    RESULTSQuarterfinalsNov. 21 Yavapai 2 Springfield 0East Central 6 Louisburg 1No. Oklahoma 3 Bryant & Stratton 3 (OT)(No. Oklahoma wins 5-3 on penalties.) Mercer County 2 DuPage 1 (OT)SemifinalsNov. 22Yavapai 2 East Central 1Mercer County 4 No. Oklahoma 0FinalYavapai 2 Mercer County 2(Yavapai wins 4-3 on penalties.)
  • COLLEGE: NCAA Men's Division III Scoreboard
    RESULTSQuarterfinalsSaturday, Nov. 22Wisc.-Oshkosh 1 Dominican (Ill.) 0 Wheaton (Mass.) 1 MIT 0Drew 1 Salisbury 0 Sunday, Nov. 23Trinity (Texas) 3 UC Santa Cruz 0 SCHEDULE SemifinalsNov. 29 Drew (20-1-2) vs. Wheaton (Mass.) (19-3-1)Trinity (Texas) (22-0-0) vs. Wisc.-Oshkosh (21-0-0)
  • COLLEGE: Perfect Trinity (Texas) and Wisconsin-Oshkosh advance in Division III men's tournament
    Cullen Davies' hat trick led Trinity (Texas) to a 3-0 win over UC Santa Cruz and move the Tigers into the semifinals of the NCAA Division III men's semifinals.The win gave Trinity a 22-0-0 record and Coach Paul McGinlay his 200th career victory.The win set up a date against Wisconsin-Oshkosh, which moved to 21-0-0 with a 1-0 win over Dominican of Illinois.Drew (20-1-2) meets Wheaton of Massachusetts(19-3-1) in the other semifinal.